Welcome back to another quarterly income report! This episode is super special because it's the one year anniversary of this podcast! I can't believe this podcast has been around for a full year. I looked at the stats recently, and discovered that our little podcast has been listened to in 1300 cities across the globe! I am so full of gratitude to all of you guys who have supported this passion project by listening, leaving reviews, and coming alongside me in my journey. THANK YOU.
In this episode, I break down how I made over $100K so far this quarter, some of the biggest changes I've made in the last three months (hiring my first full-time employee), how my $27 tiny offer made 40% of my revenue this quarter, and the importance of pivoting and persisting in business.
If you want to learn more about what a tiny offer is, and how you can create a profitable tiny offer for your business, check out my good friend Allie Bjerk's program, Tiny Offer Lab.
Want to know how I made over $102,000 in a 6 month time span last year? Download my 6 Figures in 6 Months Income Report at the bottom of my homepage: ellenyin.com
If you’re familiar with my six figures in six months income report, today’s guest is the woman who inspired it. In early 2018, I discovered Elise Darma’s blog where she shared her income reports at the end of every month, detailing how much revenue she made in the business, where she spent her money, what her profit margins were, and how much she paid herself. I was inspired by her transparency and tired of the lack of accountability from industry gurus who made flashy claims about their earnings without revealing expenses or profits, so I decided to release my own monthly income reports from January through July of 2019.
We discussed both the benefits and drawbacks of sharing your personal finances with the Internet in depth in today’s episode. For those of you who are unfamiliar...
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We’re back to talk about all things money, wealth, and investing in another finance focused episode - this time with Ryan Lee, co-founder of Cashflow Tactics. Now Ryan happens to be one of my trusted financial advisors as well as one of my favorite humans, and he and the team at Cashflow Tactics are on a mission to help everyone - whether you’re working a corporate job or working for yourself - become financially free in 10 years or less.
Today, we’re taking a deep dive into why 97% of the financial advice you’ve been told your...
My favorite part of recording this podcast is being exposed to new and different worlds in the online space, and this week’s guest - Yan Stavisski - is introducing us to the fascinating world of travel hacking and credit hacking, the practice of leveraging credit to produce positive cashflow.
Yan went from drowning in $82,000 of credit card debt just 3 years ago to running a 7 figure company by the age of 25. He did this all while traveling 47 countries and getting nearly $500,000 worth of first class flights and travel perks for free. Yan shares some really interesting insights with us today, but I want to preface our conversation by reminding you that nothing in this episode should be taken as legal financial advice from Yan or myself as a prescription for what you should do. This is simply Yan sharing his own story and his unique experiences. As with all financial strategies, there is risk and personal responsibility involved.
My hope is this episode...
Em Ducharme is a business strategist and founder of Zero to CEO whose work has been featured on major media outlets such as Forbes, ThriveGlobal, The Good Men Project and Business2Community.
As a former corporate sales consultant for Fortune 500 companies, Em helped to grow and scale businesses for the last ten years in various sectors, inluding hospitality, finances, entertainment, and e-learning. She's raised millions of dollars in investor funds for the companies that she worked with and was able to scale her own companies past the multi 6 and 7 figure mark in record-breaking time.
We cover a diverse range of topics in today’s conversation, including making the leap from the corporate world to entrepreneurship, proof that having more products is actually less profitable, and how she made six figures in five hours while going to the spa.
Curious what type of business owner you are? Take Em’s quiz!
In celebration of my 26th birthday (this Wednesday, May 6th) I am answering your burning questions, both business related and personal. I had so much fun with this episode! I have to say - you guys really showed up and answered some quality questions!
Check out the timestamps below to see who asked what, and where in this episode you can find specific answers!
2:40 - Britney Gardner of The Show Up System: What is the next best thing if you’re not able to do sales calls?
4:30 - What is your favorite & least favorite thing about podcasting?
7:57 - Heather Stewart of Prosperity Flow Coaching: When you are starting to get coaching clients but you don't have a large library of additional offerings for them to access - what have you found is the best way to keep them in your funnel and keep them engaged with your business?
10:22 - Elizabeth Stuckey of Raise Your Words Design: Do you recommend splitting into separate Instagram accounts if you have two different...
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There are few people that could get me up before the sunrise, but today you’ll get to listen in to an early morning coffee chat with my dear friend, Allie Bjerk. In an online world of flashy cars, mansions, and big claims, I immediately resonated with Allie because we both adopt an anti-guru approach to marketing. Allie teaches entrepreneurs how to create more impact and income with time-leveraged programs & marketing automation through her signature program I joined a few months ago, Tiny Offer Lab. Our conversation centers on how to create a list of buyers instead of freebie seekers, how Allie made over a million dollars from a single funnel selling a $27 digital product, and how she manages two, 7 figure businesses on 20 hours a week as a mom of 3. Keep listening for Allie’s tangible steps on how to dream big and...
I am so excited you get to be a fly on the wall for my conversation with FloDesk co-founders, Martha Bitar and Rebecca Shostak. Chatting with these two is like having happy hour with your best girlfriends, Martha and Rebecca are so funny, down to earth, and brilliant. Flodesk is disrupting the email marketing space and making it ridiculously easy for small business owners and creatives to design gorgeous emails people love to get. I switched over to Flodesk a few months ago and haven’t looked back. This episode is full of quotable moments and inspiration for every female founder, so keep listening to learn how these two are self-funding a thriving tech startup in Silicon Valley, their secret to growing a loyal subscriber base without a sales team, and why you need to be a little crazy to create your dreams.
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If sales make you feel icky, anxious, or awkward, today’s interview is a must listen. I’m diving deep into sales with my friend Stevie Marie, founder of the Redesigned Empire. Stevie has 15 years of experience selling over $50 million dollars worth of products and services in everything from the auto industry to door to door sales and now online. We covered so many tangible takeaways you can implement immediately in your business, so listen in to find out the top 3 mistakes people make in sales, how to redirect rejection, and the play by play of a confident sales conversation from opening to close.
You know we love bringing you the wisdom of successful entrepreneurs who have - so to speak - already made it, but we also think there is so much value in learning from entrepreneurs who are actively working in the trenches to build their business. I recently got to chat with my sweet friend, Lauren Strain, a 29 year old single mom and founder of newly launched company, “Pollumination", a collection of eco-chic candles + ceramics.
Lauren actually created a few custom tumblers for me before, and besides the fact that her products and packaging are so beautifully made, she also has a huge heart for giving back. A portion of all her proceeds goes to the Pollinator Partnership in San Francisco, California to support bee conservation.
Lauren shares with us the hardest parts of transitioning from a service based business as a photographer to now a products based business, why she chose to make giving back a key element of her business model from the beginning,...