Five Keys to Unlock Your Profitable Business

Five Keys to Unlock Your Profitable Business

Unlock your profitable Business: Last week I did a super fun interview with Kit Pang, the owner of Boston Speaks. In the interview, I revealed the five keys all entrepreneurs (and especially my boss ladies) need to unlock a profitable business. Almost 600 people watched this interview on Facebook, and I was overwhelmed by all the positive comments on how helpful it was.

In this interview you’ll receive the five keys to unlock your profitable business:
  1. How to rock your confidence and own your results and value
  2. Charge what your services are REALLY worth – this is something that comes up at various levels in business – and a big reason why I created my Savvy Business Retreat
    • FACT: I see way too many women bartering or working for free and asking other women to work for free. And I also see a lot of prices comparing with others.
    • FACT: If we want to get paid the same as men and be treated the same  – then that means we have to step up and claim our own worth.
  3. How to stay in your lane: Stop comparing yourself to others, stop competing on price with others
  4. Why investing mega $  is an important part of unlocking your profitable business
  5. Why surrounding yourself with savvy businesswomen who see your value and can help you step into your full power. (And why masterminds are so powerful!)

Now I’d love to know what was your biggest AHA or favorite part of this video!? Tell me in the comments below! And feel free to ask any questions you have!
 
Thank you to Kit Pang from Boston Speaks for featuring me!

{Podcast} Savvy Business Show #27: Up Your Marketing Game with Jamie Palmer

{Podcast} Savvy Business Show #27: Up Your Marketing Game with Jamie Palmer

The Savvy Business Show #27: Up Your Marketing Game with guest Jamie Palmer.

I had such a great time speaking with Jamie Palmer about all things marketing and how to simplify and improve your game. Hop on over to listen to the episode now.

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Listen to the episode here:

 

What you will hear…

Savvy Business Show #27: Up Your Marketing Game with Jamie Palmer

 

My guest for The Savvy Business Show #27 is Jamie Palmer. Jamie is the Founder and Creative Director of Outlier Marketing Group.

She is recognized for her in-depth understanding and use of specialized digital marketing methods necessary for hyper-competitive industries; including IT, Marketing, Financial, hospitality and Professional Services.

Outlier Marketing Group offers social media, web design, and branding services aimed at helping entrepreneurs with being authentic in their marketing and sales efforts.

 

Jamie and I start right out talking about how she started her business in college to help driven entrepreneurs build their online business empires. We will discuss how Jamie was at a six-figure business for a decade and how she in the last couple of years had tremendous growth in her business.

Jamie broke out of her comfort zone and learned how to delegate. You’ll hear Jamie’s story of her second child and how she made the choice to stop buying into her excuses and take action. Jamie then tells us about one thing she hears most often from people when it comes to marketing.

You can listen here, new episodes every Wednesday. And of course, I’d love if you’d share with your friends.

 

Application to The Savvy Business Mastermind is now OPEN!

Click here to learn more and apply to be part of the Savvy Business Mastermind.  The Savvy Business Mastermind is a network of ambitious entrepreneurs whose mission is to scale and grow their companies to profitable and sustainable empires, while becoming savvy CEOs, working with more ease and intention. Hop on over to get the DL now!

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Incorporate this sheet into your weekly CEO meeting and make the little adjustments that will result in massive success!

 

We want to hear from you!

What takeaway did you get from today’s podcast? Is there one thing in your business you could delegate?