Survive and Thrive
At this time so many of us are turning to social media to stay connected – not just to our friends and family – but to the world at large. As a result a genre of hashtags have shown up to curate the conversation. Here some are the most popular and positive.
We know the coming months could be tough on business, health, mindset and other areas of life. Remember, you are not in it alone. Every business challenge can be turned into an opportunity. Continue to focus on adding value, be generous with your expertise and focus on solving problems.
Caching is both a blessing and a curse for web sites – particularly websites where content changes frequently, like membership sites. Below is a quick list we have compiled that can help you identify specific caching issues and suggested solutions for resolving them.
If you’ve ever looked at another entrepreneur and wondered how she manages to get it all done, the answer might surprise you.
She’s got good systems.
It’s true. The most productive people all have one thing in common: they don’t reinvent the wheel every day. Instead, they’ve figured out the best, most efficient way to do every task, and they create a system to do just that.
No matter what business you’re in and what projects you find yourself tackling, a systemized approach will help you:
Have you ever taken one of those quizzes on Facebook that answers those life-changing questions like “What’s My Power Rock?” or “Which Superhero Does My Dog Resemble?”. You may be sharing more information than you gain. Read on to learn why this is a privacy nightmare.
Understanding this is key to being able to effectively position, market, run and grow a successful membership business. There are a number of reasons people join and stay in a membership site. More often than not, there are multiple reasons. Here are the top 5.
Launching a membership or an online course is an exciting time in your business. Before opening the doors, conduct a beta test to ensure that you have the best possible version of your site. Not to mention, reduce the stress associated with launching a new platform.
Creating an online course or membership site is a profitable way to scale your business and serve more of your ideal clients. So, where do you start? Online course of membership site? There are a lot of commonalities… but there are some distinct differences, too.
Who doesn’t love automation? Shopping carts and membership sites automate your sales and content delivery. Email autoresponders automate relationship building. And calendar apps automate your schedule, putting an end to the frustrating back and forth of setting appointments.
There comes a time in every entrepreneurial venture where you realize you simply cannot do it all yourself.
Sure, when you’re just getting started you really are the “chief, cook and bottle washer.” But as your business grows, it becomes painfully obvious that trying to do everything is only going to lead to frustration, burn out and overwhelm.
People don’t buy your product or service… they buy the benefits of your product or service. Your prospect wants something that will take them from where they ARE to where they want to BE. Here’s how to do just that.
You really can’t do it all alone. No small business becomes a big business with a single person at the wheel. It takes a team of experts to scale your efforts.
The problem is, building that team brings its own stress.
How can you know who to trust? Where will you find the time to train? What if you can’t afford to outsource?
These and other questions are what prevent entrepreneurs just like you from turning a good business idea into a 6- or even 7-figure empire. Here’s what to do about it.