One of the questions I get a lot is, “Where do I find the time to create an information product?” Here’s the thing: If you think you have to create something big and complex like a 6-month program or even a 200-page book, yes, you’ll need to set aside a […]
Category Archives: 2-Creating Products
Do you consider yourself a writer? Then don’t read this article! As a business owner, you’re called on to manage a variety of tasks. Due to the importance of content, one of those tasks is writing. You have content to create. This can be a scary and potentially overwhelming concept […]
Video production for your business can be an anxiety producing task. Whether you do this on your own, like what I do, or you hire a video production company to make them for you, you still need to know a few things in order to “get it right.” Add to […]
There are many ways that people communicate and learn. In this month’s series so far, I’ve shown you some ways to communicate with visual spatial learners and talked about ways to communicate with verbal linguistic (aural) learners, and touched on some ways to communicate with kinesthetic/tactile learners. This week, I’m […]
There are many ways that people communicate and learn. In this month’s series so far, I’ve shown you some ways to communicate with visual spatial learners and talked about ways to communicate with verbal linguistic learners. This week, I’m going to touch on how to communicate with bodily kinesthetic learners. […]
There are many ways that people communicate and learn. Last week I shared some tips about how to communicate with visual spatial learners. This week, I’m talking about verbal linquistic learners. Verbal Linguistic learners represent about 15 to 25 percent of the population. Since verbal linguistic, sometimes called auditory, learners […]
There are many ways that people communicate and learn, the most commonly known are Visual, Verbal and Kinesthetic. But there are more. Learning how to communicate using these various learning styles can make your educational material more effective and the delivery of your message more engaging. The most common learning […]
Last week, I was the featured guest on the Paycheck to Passion Podcast with Meredith Eisenberg, which I mentioned when she was a guest on my podcast. On her show, I share some techniques you can use to get out of struggle mode and start creating a business you love. […]
Last Friday, I attended Entrepreneur.com’s “Winning Strategies for Business” event here in Long Beach. The main reason I went was to hear Michael Port, author of Book Yourself Solid, speak … and he did not disappoint.
Although he talked about things I already know, he put them in a different light than I had seen them before, giving me a new perspective. But there was one thing he said that gave me pause, and almost had me in tears when I started to really think about it and let what he said sink in.
He was talking about developing a personal brand identity and how part of this was why you do what you do and what you stand for. He said that standing for something means making difficult decisions and sometimes saying “no” to people or things that are not in integrity with what you stand for. He also talked about thinking bigger and being bold about who you are and who you serve.
When I first came up with the “Own Your Awesome” brand, I vibrated with alignment. This was IT. This was the business I had been trying to develop and build all these years. I knew in my heart of hearts, my soul of souls, that this what what I was meant to do.
And then I began to realize all that brand promised and what it meant for me and how I live, breathe, eat, be in my everyday life. I had created very big shoes for me to fill! For how can I ask others to own their awesome if I wasn’t owning mine.
It is a rare day that I don’t ask myself, “Am I owning my awesome here?” (more…)