The words you use to describe and sell and promote your business can honestly make or break it, and yet not many of us start our businesses as skilled wordsmiths. Hiring a copywriter when you’re just starting out isn’t always a budget-friendly option – it certainly wasn’t for my business. Luckily there are resources to help you shape up your copy and pick the right words for the greatest success in your business. Tori Autumn is one of those incredible resources.
Tori Autumn is an email strategist and copywriter committed to helping coaches and course creators grow impactful businesses. In this episode, Tori shares her secrets to high converting copy for emails and sales pages, as well as some strategies to overcome common roadblocks and get out of your own way when it comes to marketing your business as a new entrepreneur.
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“Screw morning routines!” It’s kind of hilarious because while I’ve said that, deep down inside I’ve yearned to have one. I’ve believed that maybe a morning routine could unlock that next level of success or that I’m broken because I just can’t stick to a routine.
Are we screwed if we don’t have a morning routine or if we’re in a season of life where morning routines just aren’t realistic? For a while I thought that was the case until I started incorporating this new idea, and it has been LIFE CHANGING. This episode is all about what to do if a morning routine just isn’t your thing or isn’t plausible in this season of life.
Is writing a book a goal you’ve held close to your heart for many years, but you feel like you haven’t had the time or energy or skill to make it happen?
Chandler Bolt is the CEO of SelfPublishing.com. Through his books, podcasts, YouTube channels, and Self-Publishing School, he’s helped thousands of people write a book that grows their income, impact, and business. He’s on the Goal Digger Podcast to dig into the world of writing and self-publishing a book, from narrowing down an idea, the strategies to write a great book in a short amount of time, and how to promote that book, even if you’re not showing up with a massive built-in audience of potential readers.
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Why do people always say 'the riches are in the niches'? It's all about the power of specialization, my friend. By focusing on a specific market or industry, you can tap into a highly targeted customer base and charge premium prices for your specialized products and services. And let's be real, who doesn't love the idea of making more money, right?
In this episode, I’ll share 7 tips for identifying and maximizing your niche so you can get specialized and do more of what you love (and what makes you more money!)
Have you ever thought about quitting your job… but the fear of what comes after not only for your professional life, but also your personal life, is keeping you stuck? Let me and my friend Amy Porterfield peel back the curtain on what happened to our personal relationships and our marriages when we finally gave our two weeks notice.
We’re talking about how our relationships have been affected through our entrepreneurial journeys and what you could expect if this is the year that YOU put in your two weeks notice and leave what you’ve known to embark on something new. Ready for a chat with Amy like you’ve never heard her?
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What’s your unpopular opinion? I love this question. It’s a really fascinating opportunity for people to share a countercultural or a counterintuitive belief that they hold, that they believe enough to proclaim. I definitely hold a few unpopular opinions and some not-so-normal business practices that other people might judge.
In this episode, I'm gonna break down the six unpopular opinions or business practices that I hold with confidence – things that I often get teased about or I talk about with others who kind of scoff or look at me with disbelief. I’ll break down why I stand behind the methods of my madness.
Mallory Ervin is known for exuding energy, joy, and laughter, whether on stage in the Miss America pageant or on screen as a three-time contestant on The Amazing Race. She built a platform from her passion of sharing fashion, beauty, and life, and now it’s a global lifestyle brand. But despite her public accomplishments, Mallory is no stranger to battling unhealthy attachments to performance and success.
What did that journey look like to overcome those unhealthy patterns and find a deeply fulfilling life? Mallory gets vulnerable and real in her new book, Living Fully, and she’s on the Goal Digger Podcast with me now to unpack pieces of her story that I know we can all relate to. If you’ve ever felt like you’re living a “just fine” existence, that you’re stuck in a valley and can’t see the light, or that you’re not truly living the life that’s true to your visions, this is the conversation for you. Pour a cup of coffee and get cozy for this chat with my friend Mallory Ervin.
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Want to have a powerful life-changing conversation with questions to bring out deep meaningful answers? These five questions are the basis of the powerful life-changing conversations I was part of at a mastermind early in 2023. Asking these questions of yourself and your peers is a way that we can support one another in real time and show up for each other throughout the year. What would it look like for you if you brought these 5 questions into your life and business?