How to ask for the sales without being salesy

How to ask for the sales without being salesy

As a solopreneur one skill you need to master is the art of selling your services but asking for the sales can feel itchy and uncomfortable. So, you avoid it all together.

You’re good at sharing your expertise, giving tips and telling your story however asking for the sales is something you never do. You expect all your visibility will make people knock on your door and book a session with you. I hate to be the bearer of bad news but if you don’t ask for the sales, people won’t buy from you. So, let’s overcome the limiting beliefs that are holding you back from asking for the sales. (more…)

The Secret To Never Run Out Of Inspiration

The Secret To Never Run Out Of Inspiration

Last week I shared with you how to create a content plan and how to be strategic with your content. Now, lets talk about creating a content ritual because let’s be honest: inspiration comes and goes and when she isn’t showing up, creating content feels really hard and your consistency suffers.

Watch today’s video to learn how to never run out of inspiration. (more…)



Industry research (a.k.a. seeing what others in your industry are offering) is part of the process of validating your idea but it can easily turn into comparisonitis.

And comparisonitis is the worst.

It makes you doubt of yourself, your brilliance, and your idea.
It makes you mimic what others are doing without considering your strengths and genius.
It makes you procrastinate because ‘what bother?’
It makes you dim your light.
It makes you ignore your institution.

The list goes on, I’m going to stop it here because you get the point.

These are well-known side effects of comparisonitis, yet today I want to talk about a bigger problem comparisionitis brings into your business.

Watch today’s video and learn 3 ways comparisonitis is damaging your business big time, and what to do instead. (more…)

3 Pillars of Success

Despite what it looks like from the outside, success doesn’t happen by accident or to a few lucky ones. It’s designed.

You can design your business to be successful or you can keep throwing spaghetti to the wall wishing someday something will stick.

I bet you prefer the first option and speed up your success, am I right?

In today’s episode I’m sharing with you the 3 pillars you need to design your business for success.

Watch the video here: (more…)

The content you need to put out there

The content you need to put out there

Today is one of those days when inspiration shows up and I’ve spent the whole morning writing. I wrote 4 posts in a row then I realized I’ve been hoarding content. I know it sounds terrible, but it’s the truth. In the last 3 years I’ve written so many posts and ideas that I’ve never published.

And I apologize for that because those are articles will help you move your business forward. Keeping them on my computer isn’t helping anyone.

You may be thinking, so why haven’t you published them? (more…)

Your niche can make or break your business

Is your niche really that important?


Your niche is so important that it’s the foundation of your business success. However, every day I talk with women entrepreneurs who resist niching down their business.

I get it, narrowing your niche is scary

  • You’re afraid to leave people out and lose business
  • What if you get bored talking about the same topic over and over?
  • Do people would be really interested in your small niche?
  • What if you pick the wrong niche?
  • You think your business is different and picking a niche won’t work for you.

Almost every entrepreneur has these fears. After all we want to help as many clients as we can. The trick is that by narrowing your niche you’ll help more people because you’ll have a clear focus and you’ll be known for one thing – this is the secret of all successful women you admire. Think Marie Forleo, Denise Duffield-Thomas, Gabrielle Bernstein, and others.

OK, now that we’re on the same page, here is the formula to find your profitable niche: (more…)