Posts Tagged ‘believe in yourself’

Let Go–and Sell More!

See, the thing is, my closet was just an analogy for other areas of my life and business I needed to clean up. I needed to do some serious “letting go” of physical stuff, guilt, limiting beliefs and fears, and relationships (business and personal) that no longer “fit.”

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Small Mindset Shifts that Give Big Sales Results!

Imagine that I have just handed you a magic wand that will allow you to manifest exactly the amount of sales you want to create this month. Is it $10,000? $50,000? $100,000? $500,000? More? Whatever the number might be, imagine that using your magic wand could double it, without utilizing any more effort. Wave the wand, it’s done!

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3 Ways to Outsell Your Fear

If you had no fear, what would you do differently in your business and in your life? When you know THAT, it is much easier to move through the fears above and apply the tools. Stop settling for less than the best and get clear on what you really want!

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5 Steps to Take a Quantum Leap

Is it easy for you to receive money or do you find yourself discounting your products or services when you don’t need to? Do you find it difficult to ask for the sale when the time comes? If you have answered yes to any of these questions, you are not alone. Most people have a lot of fear surrounding asking for money and limiting beliefs around how much money they deserve, etc.

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What I learned from Giuliana Rancic

After sharing her journey with us, she then gave us three points that she believes have been important to her success. We all leaned in expectantly, holding our breaths, waiting for her to share her guiding principles. Giuliana’s three principles to success (as shared from the stage at the WinDS conference)

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Why Being Real Matters More Than Ever!

Oscar Wilde once said, “Be yourself, everyone else is already taken.”  I love that quote! Whenever I post it on Facebook, there is always a quick response of , “yes!” or when I state it at a speaking event,  there are nodding heads throughout the audience. We love the idea of just being ourselves, but…

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