This conversation has been top of mind for me for a long time, and it feels like the right time to bring this up! I want to answer the question, “how do I know if this course or program is a good investment for me?”
I truly believe that the success of your business is dictated by the quality of the questions you ask, and the most common questions I get asked on a daily basis are:
These questions, while valid and asked with good intentions, keep us playing small in our businesses. My intention with this episode is to help you show up as better business leaders in your daily work, and show you a new perspective about making an investment in a program or course.
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!
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.