One of the best ways to start creating systems and processes in your own business is to break down the task or project you're about to start into individual steps.
This not only ensures you're going to have a record of every single step you take each time you do something in order to actually get that thing done, but it'll also help you double check yourself in the future so you don't forget something super important.
In this episode, I share how to publish your website in 7 steps!
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You've already launched your podcast, and you're loving every minute of it; congrats! ...but now you're wondering how on earth you're supposed to keep up the momentum and traction the iTunes New & Noteworthy push is pumping into your podcast.
In this episode I share the 7 strategies I've been using over the past year to grow my podcast audience. If they're working for me, then I know they can work for you, too.
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There are a lot of projects we come up against in our business that are intimidating, overwhelming - too massive to even know where to start. And so we put them off, set them aside, and they never get done.
In today's episode I'm going to share how I've tackled a massive project in our business by leveraging the SCRUM method: breaking it down into SCRUM projects, Sprint preps and Sprint periods.
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Ever wonder how on earth you're supposed to know what your audience wants and needs from you?
How do you even begin to create the right products and services for them?
If you know how to listen, then your audience will literally tell you exactly what they want and need.
In this episode I lay out a 5 Step process you can follow to increase engagement with you audience in order to serve them better.
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In this episode I share exactly how you - or someone on your team - can become the greatest community manager your business has ever seen by following a specific set of steps... a process, really.
This specific set of 5 steps, when completed over time and continuously, will help you rock your community management like you never thought possible.
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If someone had told me 3 years ago that today I'd be helping run a multi-million dollar business, I probably would have fallen over.
In this episode, I share the top 9 lessons I've learned in the past 3 years as a full-time entrepreneur.
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Having an accountability partner who I meet with on a consistent basis and who I know is going to hold me to doing what I say I'll do has changed everything for me.
Tasks that used to get pushed to the side and abandoned for months at a time; major projects that I didn't start because I wasn't sure where to start exactly; these are all things that having an accountability partner has pushed me to accomplish - finished tasks, setting deadlines and accomplishing my goals.
In this episode I talk about how to find an accountability partner, and then also how to set your partnership up for success.
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One of the most frequently asked questions I get related to hiring and growing a virtual team is: what tasks should I delegate to my virtual assistant?
In this episode I share all the things we delegate to our virtual team members to help us gain back time - because time is freedom. Hopefully this list is helpful in giving you some ideas for what you might delegate to your virtual team.
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Creating a nurture campaign is no joke, and by that I mean it’s a lot of work.
Is it worth it? Yes, I believe 100 percent that it is totally worth it.
But why a nurture campaign? How did we even come up with the idea to create it, what does it include and what does it look like, and how do you actually create one?
These are all the questions I’ve been receiving from Fire Nation, and today, I'm on the mic to answer them all.
Listen in to hear why and how we created our nurture campaign.
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