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We have an exciting guest on the show today, friends. I’m thrilled to be sharing my conversation with the inspiring Jordan Lee Dooley. Jordan is a National Bestselling Author, Speaker, Creative Business Educator, and Host of the Top Rated Podcast, SHE. This Indiana Native is kind of a superstar - it’s funny because I actually went to Target for some groceries after our interview and happened to walk by Jordan’s face on the cover of her debut book, Own Your Everyday, on display in the book section. Jordan’s mission is to help people find and live their purpose through her online education platform called The Own It Academy, which is designed to help creative women start and grow small businesses from home - much like how Jordan got her start as an Etsy shop owner selling her calligraphy work. On her impressive list of accomplishments includes serving on Liberty University’s School...
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.
If signing clients and growing your business feels like an unsolvable mystery, you are in good company! This week, I’m breaking down one of the biggest struggles of service-based entrepreneurship - how to get clients signed up! When I sit down with business owners who are struggling with this, they are usually making one of three common mistakes, that I call “sales leaks.” Not only will I be breaking down these three mistakes and why they happen, but I’ll be sharing my tips for how to avoid them in the future and get out of the dreaded client-chasing cycle.