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"kathleen tonight" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"kathleen tonight" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

"She was recognized as a millennial thought leader by the Hong Kong Institute of CPA's and a millennial entrepreneur to watch by the office of Congresswoman. Barbara Lee Denise says the Star financial expert in the TV series going from broke produced by Ashton Kutcher which garnered over twelve million views in its first season a former NFL. Cheerleader turned money. May Even an entrepreneur. Jonathan believes that charting. Your own path is the key to financial freedom and if he'd like to get caught up on denise though we've had her on the podcast before a code number one sixty eight high deny that. I'm so glad that you have joined us today. How're you doing good? Emily feeling at peace and focused and super excited to reconnect with you and inside in our conversation right so a you were last here with us on being boss back in twenty eight to eight. I just looked it up. It was actually March twenty eighteen so are recording this in March. Two years ago we were hanging out together and we were talking about money mindset and energy and I'm really being like one of the most energizing conversations especially about money that Kathleen tonight ever had. We loved having you on so much. Abbott been two years. Since we've really connected what have you been to on my Gosh? I can't believe it's like two years to the day that's awesome Well so much has changed so much hasn't changed as well What has changed money? Amo- says is my my baby that's continuing to grow. She can now walk by herself. She's starting to make her own food Starting to allergy right. You can feed yourself some yogurt from having.

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"kathleen tonight" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

The Wellness Business Podcast

08:30 min | 1 year ago

"kathleen tonight" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

"Can you don't believe January like already halfway through January. No I can't believe it when you said. Hey Hey it was like. Hey Hey hey how you doing like the what is it. It's Theresa Caputo the Long Island medium. Skin always does that. Hey did not know that. Made me think so. Yeah we are. Dr Has halfway past more than halfway through the month. Oh my gosh. Where's it going? I don't even know where it's going. That is like crazy crazy town guys. You making me laugh today. I'll tell you okay. Here's an enzyme zebra. So we're trying they get a little more efficient with these podcast recording so this is the third one of the day so it could go downhill from here. Just saying guys were time blocking. We are got had a whole lesson on this in the wellness business insiders club about time blocking and keeping your focus on one specific task during a specific period of time time. And this is the first time we've ever time blocked four episodes. Now we've never done this before and luminaires again. Then maybe we're going to be a little more giggly. We don't know but we definitely encourage time blocking and hopefully I you are we. You should do an episode on this. I think the right thing that would be good. Yeah or bring let. Let's let's see success story wings the others episode goes let's reserve bragging bragging about it so listen let's Divan. It's that time of year when we all feel. At least I feel that way and I know Kathleen does does as well that we have a fresh start in business and I think most of us feel like it's exciting and all things are possible and that's exactly how we we want you to feel. We want you to be excited because it is exciting. And whatever your journey as Ben in your business up to this point is really we want you to think of it as water under the bridge if things haven't gone the way you wanted them to. It's not a predictor of what will come and if you have systems in place that are working working for you that you're rinsing and repeating crate and you have a head start on this year and that's phenomenal to write again because you can rinse and repeat heat. Those same things that you know work for your audience does Amino will work for every audience but it is working for your audience and I know when Kathleen then I mapped out. How are twenty twenty would look? We nixed some things that we didn't think we're working that well we said you know what that's not working. And why are we kind of beating a dead horse here. Let's just get on with it. And then we kind of replaced that and incorporated. Some things is that we've never tried before and we're still in the planning stages. Obviously this is still January. But we're also going to be doubling down on the things that we already know work in attracting our ideal clients and making more sales and we're GONNA be talking about that with you here on the podcast today so so you can kinda get a look into how we worked through this and this isn't your traditional calendar Promo promotion type training so. I think you're GonNa find this very interesting. And and Super Informative. Yeah because we're being really transparent on the podcast. Colloquial is our but we're really going to give you a behind behind the scenes glimpse of for some things Russ. What's working well? What's not working as well and what we're doing to have it you know? And here's the thing. Business is business but we know better than anyone how hard it can be two separate our personal feelings MMA brand. That's all about ask that begs the question. How do you separate the personal from a personal brand? Even when you're building a health coaching business. That is your own personal personal brand. You must be able to draw that mental line in the sand. So you can apply solid business principles to your daily L. E. Tasks and offers if every decision you make is based on how you feel or maybe your big picture opinion of something something rather than data and analytics. Your Business is going to be all over the place right. Hello Shiny Objects Syndrome. You feel like you're spinning your wheels constantly on the other hand when you're using that data actual measurements and factual info to make make decisions. You'll see a noticeable and consistent growth in your business and this is such an important concept to keep in mind is because you think an I'll use as the example of email because I see this happening all the time well. I don't really read emails in my inbox is just too cluttered. So I don't think I should send emails Good wine alert wrong. That gets me fired up. Yeah Okay Yeah. Let's not go down on that road. 'cause all we won't on I'll just get on a soapbox but guy that is not the best attitude even if that's feel not not the best from a standpoint standpoint of profitability. Let's right yeah all right so we thought again. It might be helpful to you to get clarity on on this topic if we were to give you some examples from our own joint businesses so remember Kathleen tonight each have our own business and then we have you've joint collaborations one is this podcast and then the other one is our membership program. The wellness business insiders club and when we sat down to do our planning for twenty twenty we discussed the current status of the podcast. What our opportunity is for growing wing our listener base? How much potential? We have to monetize this podcast for our own programs as well as any affiliate get promotions that we feel are good fits for our audience we also talked about what's working. Believe it or not the podcast is two and a half years old already. I can't even. I can't even believe that. Can you believe that no. It's flown by. I know so fast. AST and at this point we have over three hundred and twenty five thousand downloads. Were very very very proud of that. And we love having this platform to give real life information to health coaches wanting to build a profitable wellness business. We know it's working because our monthly monthly downloads keep increasing. That's our data and analytics right. We have a platform that tells us how many downloads we get each month and that number is consistently consistently growing so we know this platform is working and on top of that. If we didn't have that we have listeners that continue to write us telling ask their success stories or leaving reviews right telling us that when they implement what we taught and teach they see and get results and we know we want to keep doing this. PODCAST in twenty twenty. We've verified that it's working and although it is a lot of work and believe me it takes. A village takes a village of people a whole team to bring this to life. Were you each week. We are committed to this client attraction method in the New Year. So this is something that were were still going all in on. Probably more in two thousand twenty than we've ever done before we're going to tell you a little bit more about that in in a few minutes but we know this is working and we WANNA keep. Yeah the big thing to as it's actually something we love and we look forward to doing. And that's that's really important to it brings us joy and happiness. Hey so let's share an example of what wasn't working well for us in two thousand nineteen and how we're GonNa Change Our strategy for twenty twenty so again. Most of you probably already know that we have our monthly membership program called the wellness business. Insiders Club where where we deliver a monthly client traction and conversion.

Kathleen twenty twenty Theresa Caputo Long Island Super Informative Ben Russ
"kathleen tonight" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

The Wellness Business Podcast

08:30 min | 1 year ago

"kathleen tonight" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

"Can you don't believe January like already halfway through January. No I can't believe it when you said. Hey Hey it was like. Hey Hey hey how you doing like the what is it. It's Theresa Caputo the Long Island medium. Skin always does that. Hey did not know that. Made me think so. Yeah we are. Dr Has halfway past more than halfway through the month. Oh my gosh. Where's it going? I don't even know where it's going. That is like crazy crazy town guys. You making me laugh today. I'll tell you okay. Here's an enzyme zebra. So we're trying they get a little more efficient with these podcast recording so this is the third one of the day so it could go downhill from here. Just saying guys were time blocking. We are got had a whole lesson on this in the wellness business insiders club about time blocking and keeping your focus on one specific task during a specific period of time time. And this is the first time we've ever time blocked four episodes. Now we've never done this before and luminaires again. Then maybe we're going to be a little more giggly. We don't know but we definitely encourage time blocking and hopefully I you are we. You should do an episode on this. I think the right thing that would be good. Yeah or bring let. Let's let's see success story wings the others episode goes let's reserve bragging bragging about it so listen let's Divan. It's that time of year when we all feel. At least I feel that way and I know Kathleen does does as well that we have a fresh start in business and I think most of us feel like it's exciting and all things are possible and that's exactly how we we want you to feel. We want you to be excited because it is exciting. And whatever your journey as Ben in your business up to this point is really we want you to think of it as water under the bridge if things haven't gone the way you wanted them to. It's not a predictor of what will come and if you have systems in place that are working working for you that you're rinsing and repeating crate and you have a head start on this year and that's phenomenal to write again because you can rinse and repeat heat. Those same things that you know work for your audience does Amino will work for every audience but it is working for your audience and I know when Kathleen then I mapped out. How are twenty twenty would look? We nixed some things that we didn't think we're working that well we said you know what that's not working. And why are we kind of beating a dead horse here. Let's just get on with it. And then we kind of replaced that and incorporated. Some things is that we've never tried before and we're still in the planning stages. Obviously this is still January. But we're also going to be doubling down on the things that we already know work in attracting our ideal clients and making more sales and we're GONNA be talking about that with you here on the podcast today so so you can kinda get a look into how we worked through this and this isn't your traditional calendar Promo promotion type training so. I think you're GonNa find this very interesting. And and Super Informative. Yeah because we're being really transparent on the podcast. Colloquial is our but we're really going to give you a behind behind the scenes glimpse of for some things Russ. What's working well? What's not working as well and what we're doing to have it you know? And here's the thing. Business is business but we know better than anyone how hard it can be two separate our personal feelings MMA brand. That's all about ask that begs the question. How do you separate the personal from a personal brand? Even when you're building a health coaching business. That is your own personal personal brand. You must be able to draw that mental line in the sand. So you can apply solid business principles to your daily L. E. Tasks and offers if every decision you make is based on how you feel or maybe your big picture opinion of something something rather than data and analytics. Your Business is going to be all over the place right. Hello Shiny Objects Syndrome. You feel like you're spinning your wheels constantly on the other hand when you're using that data actual measurements and factual info to make make decisions. You'll see a noticeable and consistent growth in your business and this is such an important concept to keep in mind is because you think an I'll use as the example of email because I see this happening all the time well. I don't really read emails in my inbox is just too cluttered. So I don't think I should send emails Good wine alert wrong. That gets me fired up. Yeah Okay Yeah. Let's not go down on that road. 'cause all we won't on I'll just get on a soapbox but guy that is not the best attitude even if that's feel not not the best from a standpoint standpoint of profitability. Let's right yeah all right so we thought again. It might be helpful to you to get clarity on on this topic if we were to give you some examples from our own joint businesses so remember Kathleen tonight each have our own business and then we have you've joint collaborations one is this podcast and then the other one is our membership program. The wellness business insiders club and when we sat down to do our planning for twenty twenty we discussed the current status of the podcast. What our opportunity is for growing wing our listener base? How much potential? We have to monetize this podcast for our own programs as well as any affiliate get promotions that we feel are good fits for our audience we also talked about what's working. Believe it or not the podcast is two and a half years old already. I can't even. I can't even believe that. Can you believe that no. It's flown by. I know so fast. AST and at this point we have over three hundred and twenty five thousand downloads. Were very very very proud of that. And we love having this platform to give real life information to health coaches wanting to build a profitable wellness business. We know it's working because our monthly monthly downloads keep increasing. That's our data and analytics right. We have a platform that tells us how many downloads we get each month and that number is consistently consistently growing so we know this platform is working and on top of that. If we didn't have that we have listeners that continue to write us telling ask their success stories or leaving reviews right telling us that when they implement what we taught and teach they see and get results and we know we want to keep doing this. PODCAST in twenty twenty. We've verified that it's working and although it is a lot of work and believe me it takes. A village takes a village of people a whole team to bring this to life. Were you each week. We are committed to this client attraction method in the New Year. So this is something that were were still going all in on. Probably more in two thousand twenty than we've ever done before we're going to tell you a little bit more about that in in a few minutes but we know this is working and we WANNA keep. Yeah the big thing to as it's actually something we love and we look forward to doing. And that's that's really important to it brings us joy and happiness. Hey so let's share an example of what wasn't working well for us in two thousand nineteen and how we're GonNa Change Our strategy for twenty twenty so again. Most of you probably already know that we have our monthly membership program called the wellness business. Insiders Club where where we deliver a monthly client traction and conversion.

Kathleen twenty twenty Theresa Caputo Long Island Super Informative Ben Russ
"kathleen tonight" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

The Wellness Business Podcast

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"kathleen tonight" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

"Hey Hey hey how you doing like the what is it. It's Theresa Caputo the Long Island medium. Skin always does that. Hey did not know that. Made me think so. Yeah we are. Dr Has halfway past more than halfway through the month. Oh my gosh. Where's it going? I don't even know where it's going. That is like crazy crazy town guys. You making me laugh today. I'll tell you okay. Here's an enzyme zebra. So we're trying they get a little more efficient with these podcast recording so this is the third one of the day so it could go downhill from here. Just saying guys were time blocking. We are got had a whole lesson on this in the wellness business insiders club about time blocking and keeping your focus on one specific task during a specific period of time time. And this is the first time we've ever time blocked four episodes. Now we've never done this before and luminaires again. Then maybe we're going to be a little more giggly. We don't know but we definitely encourage time blocking and hopefully I you are we. You should do an episode on this. I think the right thing that would be good. Yeah or bring let. Let's let's see success story wings the others episode goes let's reserve bragging bragging about it so listen let's Divan. It's that time of year when we all feel. At least I feel that way and I know Kathleen does does as well that we have a fresh start in business and I think most of us feel like it's exciting and all things are possible and that's exactly how we we want you to feel. We want you to be excited because it is exciting. And whatever your journey as Ben in your business up to this point is really we want you to think of it as water under the bridge if things haven't gone the way you wanted them to. It's not a predictor of what will come and if you have systems in place that are working working for you that you're rinsing and repeating crate and you have a head start on this year and that's phenomenal to write again because you can rinse and repeat heat. Those same things that you know work for your audience does Amino will work for every audience but it is working for your audience and I know when Kathleen then I mapped out. How are twenty twenty would look? We nixed some things that we didn't think we're working that well we said you know what that's not working. And why are we kind of beating a dead horse here. Let's just get on with it. And then we kind of replaced that and incorporated. Some things is that we've never tried before and we're still in the planning stages. Obviously this is still January. But we're also going to be doubling down on the things that we already know work in attracting our ideal clients and making more sales and we're GONNA be talking about that with you here on the podcast today so so you can kinda get a look into how we worked through this and this isn't your traditional calendar Promo promotion type training so. I think you're GonNa find this very interesting. And and Super Informative. Yeah because we're being really transparent on the podcast. Colloquial is our but we're really going to give you a behind behind the scenes glimpse of for some things Russ. What's working well? What's not working as well and what we're doing to have it you know? And here's the thing. Business is business but we know better than anyone how hard it can be two separate our personal feelings MMA brand. That's all about ask that begs the question. How do you separate the personal from a personal brand? Even when you're building a health coaching business. That is your own personal personal brand. You must be able to draw that mental line in the sand. So you can apply solid business principles to your daily L. E. Tasks and offers if every decision you make is based on how you feel or maybe your big picture opinion of something something rather than data and analytics. Your Business is going to be all over the place right. Hello Shiny Objects Syndrome. You feel like you're spinning your wheels constantly on the other hand when you're using that data actual measurements and factual info to make make decisions. You'll see a noticeable and consistent growth in your business and this is such an important concept to keep in mind is because you think an I'll use as the example of email because I see this happening all the time well. I don't really read emails in my inbox is just too cluttered. So I don't think I should send emails Good wine alert wrong. That gets me fired up. Yeah Okay Yeah. Let's not go down on that road. 'cause all we won't on I'll just get on a soapbox but guy that is not the best attitude even if that's feel not not the best from a standpoint standpoint of profitability. Let's right yeah all right so we thought again. It might be helpful to you to get clarity on on this topic if we were to give you some examples from our own joint businesses so remember Kathleen tonight each have our own business and then we have you've joint collaborations one is this podcast and then the other one is our membership program. The wellness business insiders club and when we sat down to do our planning for twenty twenty we discussed the current status of the podcast. What our opportunity is for growing wing our listener base? How much potential? We have to monetize this podcast for our own programs as well as any affiliate get promotions that we feel are good fits for our audience we also talked about what's working. Believe it or not the podcast is two and a half years old already. I can't even. I can't even believe that. Can you believe that no. It's flown by. I know so fast. AST and at this point we have over three hundred and twenty five thousand downloads. Were very very very proud of that. And we love having this platform to give real life information to health coaches wanting to build a profitable wellness business. We know it's working because our monthly monthly downloads keep increasing. That's our data and analytics right. We have a platform that tells us how many downloads we get each month and that number is consistently consistently growing so we know this platform is working and on top of that. If we didn't have that we have listeners that continue to write us telling ask their success stories or leaving reviews right telling us that when they implement what we taught and teach they see and get results and we know we want to keep doing this. PODCAST in twenty twenty. We've verified that it's working and although it is a lot of work and believe me it takes. A village takes a village of people a whole team to bring this to life. Were you each week. We are committed to this client attraction method in the New Year. So this is something that were were still going all in on. Probably more in two thousand twenty than we've ever done before we're going to tell you a little bit more about that in in a few minutes but we know this is working and we WANNA keep. Yeah the big thing to as it's actually something we love and we look forward to doing. And that's that's really important to it brings us joy and happiness. Hey so let's share an example of what wasn't working well for us in two thousand nineteen and how we're GonNa Change Our strategy for twenty twenty so again..

Kathleen twenty twenty Theresa Caputo Long Island Super Informative Ben Russ
"kathleen tonight" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

The Wellness Business Podcast

12:25 min | 1 year ago

"kathleen tonight" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

"Right so let's get back. Jasmine WE'RE GONNA shift gears here a second so at this point jasmine had only forty eight hours before the cart closed and again. She needed to turn things around like she's asking yourself. How am I going to save this and what she did was really quite unconventional so she had to figure out something that was going to bridge the gap between her webinar selling unsocial and and her next lesson inside social curator which was a four week launch plan okay and what she did was is she created a forty eight hour expiring bonus so almost like a last chance bonus that she called SOS selling selling on social so this was a bonus and what it is is a complete selling system which had a four hundred ninety ninety seven dollar value that any purchaser got for free when they signed up for social curator and the idea was to create an irresistible will offer that bridge the gap between the promotion and the sale okay so now she has this Webinar that people were attracted to selling calling on social now she's created this last chance bonus also named Sally on social which was so smart because it's certainly going to capture the tension of the thousands of people that enrolled in the Webinar and it allowed her to bridge the gap so she was going to teach them how to sell on unsocial right after they had this four week launch plan so she was putting the puzzle pieces together and then what she did next as I said was very unconventional so rather than sending another email to her list to announce the new bonus. She decided that she was going to sell this forty eight hour bonus on social media so sell the selling on social last chance bonus on social media which I have have to say I think was a bold new. What do you think Kathleen like I would have been I would have been leveraging my email list Yes yes. I don't even think would've even thought about it. Bellas faces. She is the queen of Instagram at live video and TV so yeah. I love us. She did not really really bold so here's what she did. She recorded a few videos for instagram's stories and then she did a facebook facebook live. This is actually your husband's idea. He said Jasmine like you're always talking about selling social and how you just do it through your authentic authentic life while you're always at coffee shops. Let's show him how you do it so they showed exactly how she uses coffee shops and in props to sell unsocial for less than fifteen dollars. She took photos with her iphone while her husband. Jd hosted a facebook live of the entire process so imagine this Jasmine's in a coffee shop. She's got a few little trinkets that she's laying out. She's doing the photo shoot route that leads to the image issues is on social media that she uses to sell and the whole time her husband has a facebook live live of her walking everyone through the process and let me tell you within twenty four hours that facebook livestream had been seen over thirteen thousand times and at that point whore. Her sales started to go crazy so she said listen. If you WANNA sell in social I have this bonus. Here's the kind of things we're going to talk about. Let me show you how I do it behind. The scenes and her sales went crazy. That is pretty amazing. I must say talk about out of the box thinking on that no and definitely misleading. I love that she did it because it just goes to show that you can make crazy amazing things happen. Even untraditional ways definitely well. The good news is she ended up meeting her her good goal which and then so that information she'll take for next time and the next one's going to be even better. I'm sure yeah I love getting inside scoops on what other people are doing and how it's going because you usually only see the good the positive of the old look at me. Look what I did so. It's really nice when you Kinda Peel back the curtain yeah the glimpse of what other people are doing and it's one of the things that I respect about her so much because she shares all of that information or shares very freely probably doesn't share it all but she shares freely the good the bad and the ugly and I really try to model that in my business and we certainly try to model that for all of you here on the podcast because it isn't all just rainbows and UNICORNS. I mean there's as many times as you have. Something amazing happened. There's probably quadruple that of things you try that didn't really work out spe- An experimenter Yup. That's so true how yeah well. We hope this gave you some good ideas and really hurt. Jasmine's biggest takeaway is our biggest takeaway and that is your offer absolutely needs to align with how you're promoting it. If you're doing a Webinar make sure that the title of the Webinar and its content relates to the program you'll be selling. Maybe you're doing a workshop. Okay make sure that the topic topic of the workshop dovetails perfectly with something you teach in your program so it's your program is the next logical step if redoing challenge make sure that the topic and content of your challenge slows right into your program. If you feel like there are gaps between the two for your offer and promotion you can do with Jasmine did and create some type of irresistible offer or bonus to tie to tie it together to close the gaps that was that was Roy. Anna Mike they say right. It's it's not over till it's over so if you're in launch mode right right now and you're trying to figure out where's the gap. You still have time to salvage. I think what she was talking about. This is a great example. She you know she discovered this forty eight hours. Before cart closed. There's not a whole lot you can create in that period of time but what she was offering and wasn't ready right then it was going to be ready at a predetermined date two or three weeks in the future so that bought her some time time to put that together so that's an option to. I'm so glad you mentioned that because that was the case. It was two weeks out from the close of the cart that that she ran the class live recorded it and then for anyone. Even that was a social curator member before that launched so her long timers like me who have been with her since the beginning we got access to that training and I did watch that training and it was so so good because she's she's. She's telling you information step by step how she does it. How she uses is just normal authentic conversations about her life that plants seeds about what's possible and in her case about about entrepreneurship in your case it would be about something about health and wellness that then leads to either someone checking on her program or private messaging her and then the conversation goes from there so the initial layer of how to cede all of this so that you can sell in social was so so good such a good training it was. I think it was just under two hours. She did a quite a lengthy Q. and A. It was very informative. I'm very happy that she shared it with all all of us. Well and you know what's interesting about that. That training may have never come of bowed if she didn't even realize she needed to close the gap over everybody benefited everybody benefit like when I heard that podcast episode immediately logged into social curator and started like she has a bonus Zona section I started. Oh please please please let it be there and sure enough. It was like Oh my gosh then I popped on my calendar and watched a few days later but yeah supergun supergun and she and like I said I have so much respect for her as a business owner as a woman as someone that just really shares the good the bad and the ugly. I love love people that are authentic like that well here. Let let's share one thing that people oh so we had her on the podcast a couple episodes ago and we were freaking out how she said. Yes to come on the podcasts out of the big deal. That was a really big deal. It was a really big deal and and here's the coolest spur you guys we approached her at social media marketing world and you know just like any grow. Crocker's right stock doc girl crush. We ran up to a right before her talk Jasmine Jasmine. Can we get a picture with you and and you know I shared that was a longtime social curator are member and how much I love the program and that we would love to have her on the podcast and she without hesitating a second said absolutely here's who you contact on my team to make it happen like she was all about it just so gracious so kind not like oh well. You're going to have to talk my assistant none of that like she just in the moment said yes and we were like oh my. Gosh Guinea schoolgirls down slapping each other really outgoing away play. Let cool play it cool till she kathy anymore than it's like. Oh Yeah Pinch me. Is that real. No seriously I mean that is exactly how he felt like. We were both feeling like social media. Marketing world was a win just for that reason yeah it really was so sorry guys so as Kathleen mentioned at the close of her promotion she ended up hitting getting her good goal which was her logo but she felt incredibly grateful to make it that far and it just goes to show how closely your marketing message needs to be completely aligned to convey it to your ideal clients in a way that gets them to purchase right you have you have to have all of that congruent and and these are the types of lessons that were working with our clients inside the wellness business insiders club not only just training them and how you can do it for yourself but supporting you as mentors along the way until you get your feet wet and really hone that skill because Kathleen tonight we're not born with this ability and there are certainly people that are better at it than we are but I think we're pretty good at it and so that's something that we offer as mentors the wellness business insiders club that really benefits our clients want. I think what's interesting is you and I both we. We just frigging love marketing. We eat it. Breathe that sleep. You know it's it's truly our passion so whenever we have a chance to go to an event learn more read more were always diving into the latest that way we know a lot of you. You don't have the time or the desire. It's so we enjoy the we do that part for you. Is that makes it really yeah. Which is why we have this platform so we can enchanted best of the best with you. Yep absolutely you are. I think that does it for today for.

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"kathleen tonight" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

The Wellness Business Podcast

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"kathleen tonight" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

"You're doing. Your challenges your Daily Post, and you're really focused on building that one group. That's great. This episode is still gonna give you great ideas on how to run a challenge or launch in your current group. So most of the same principles are gonna apply. So it's definitely something. You wanna listen to even if you don't plan to run a shorter term group. Yeah. Great point. I'm really glad to said that because it could be confusing. You have to do what works best for you for. Sure. And like we said using pop Facebook group is another option for how to generate a buzz around in coming challenge or video series or live online training series or program launched we've seen this model being used quite successfully. So we decided to give it a try, right? We're going to test it and see how it works for us in our results were awesome, actually, truthfully better than we had intimidated. So we wanna share what we did. Kathleen tonight. A love LA. Love. Love running are group's because they're fun and they're interactive. And it's such a good way to find out what your audience wants and build rapport, and you can be sure that you're hitting the Mark on their challenges their struggles their needs and desires because you're building that relationship and the key with using the strategy is to number one know what the pop-up group will be four and what it will be about. So what will it lead people to next in our case? It was to the wellness business insiders club. Will it be a support group during challenge, and then you'll invite people into your program will be a support program during a training series or something else? Then lead you're paid program be very clear the goal for the group for us. It was to deliver the live training series interact with our participants and really get to know that. Hey, that's number one number two..

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"kathleen tonight" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

The Wellness Business Podcast

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"kathleen tonight" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

"Up work dot com is another resource if you don't really know of any virtual assistance that can help you because what you're gonna find is. You're spending a lot of time on five. Five to fifteen dollar type of tasks where you can have someone else do those things. So you can focus on things that are going to help you feel a lot more productive less stressed, and you're gonna enjoy the process a whole lot more face it. I mean, there's things that you were gonna right now, whether it setting up an optin page or setting up mail him chances are you don't love those things you have it in your budget. You can start really really small to figure out. What are some of the things that you can outsource and delegate to somebody else? I think that's super important. How about you, caring? Yeah. I totally agree. And I've again, this is all about being intentional guys. Really? I mean, everyone of these things comes back to intention prior to this year. I feel like I kind of haphazardly did that where again this year? I pulled back I'm running everything through that joy and happiness meter, and then I'm being very intentional with. Okay. What pieces of? This project. I really wanna have my hands in and what pieces can I delegate? So here's a great example. You all know that Kathleen tonight is launched the wellness business insiders club and we record five videos in total for each lesson. We've done October and we've done November now, and I have been the one editing the videos and Kathleen keeps telling me we need to find somebody to add at the videos, and it's like right now, I am feeling so much joy and happiness to go through those and do the at inning. Of course, it's a lot of time. But I'm feeling very connected to our project by doing that. And it's making me happy. So when it stops making me happy or it Stott, or it starts interrupting other commitments that I have we will definitely outsource it. Certainly that's the plan. But right now that is making me very happy to be connected to our project in that way. So again, it's personal. It's about your intentions. It's where your goals are. But the things that you can outsource definitely do that the gal keep nagging her about it. No worries. I know somebody can probably definitely do a better than I can probably make us look even a lot better. But I don't know. There's right now, I can argue that you do good job. Thank you. All right. Number four is focused on the actions that will directly bring you clients and imprint the seas as we made this outline we put be intentional and stop wasting time on social media. So what we mean by that simply is there are many of you that are wasting time on tasks that aren't directly bringing you clients, and you're doing it because you're avoiding selling your voiding the things that actually will bring you in clients because let's face it. You've got to promote you've got to market you've got to sell in order to get clients. Now, if you do that through a webinar like Kathleen. Ed workshops, like, I did whatever your your mode is that's different. But you've got to cross that start line of OK is uncomfortable. As this is making me feel I need to start doing the things repetitively consistently. That are going to bring me clients in social media is one of those things. Yes, it's part of an overall marketing strategy, but it's also a gigantic time suck that can take all your creative time and all your marketing time, that's should be dedicated to the thing who really need the most which is clients which equals revenue which equals you have a business. In throws it out the window. So just be super intentional with. Okay. A little bit of time goes to things like social media. And then the rest of your time is going to the things that directly get you clients right at that eighty twenty rule and you say, Kathleen. Oh my gosh. Yes. Absolutely. And just keep in mind. Ask yourself that question when you're working on something will this directly bring me paying clients give you one example from yesterday. Someone had posted on my Facebook group a a screen shot of her logo. I thought. Okay. That's great working on that. However that logo is not going to bring you clients. So I believe it would be that's not to say you don't have to have a logo..

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"kathleen tonight" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"kathleen tonight" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Just say, hey, Alexa, play WBZ NewsRadio on iheartradio to get nightside. With Dan Ray on WBZ, NewsRadio ten thirty. Let's head right. Back to go back up to New Hampshire, and we got Lawrence in New Hampshire. Lars, you're next on nightside. Go right ahead. Dan. It's a perfect time for me to enter the Cray here. You had a Canadian on? Okay. You had a wonderful quote from judge on tonight, which I had not heard Jordan Peterson a Canadian has written extensively. You know about education. He's been a guest in this program. One of the chapters. Explain psychoanalysis, and he cautioned psychoanalysts, which he is one to listen, I think his chapter is you continue to listen, your vernal learn more than you ever thought. But in the chapter, he points out that Freudian psycho analysis frequently when a patient presents themselves, and they ask things like, we're having difficulty sleeping there. They have memories they have trauma. They have something. They prob- interrogate lead the patient to uncover this recessed, meaning this oppressed thinking, and in fact, he says in his chapter the patient leaves the office thinking that they've rediscovered truth six years ago. It was pointed out that Dr went through psychoanalysis, and then she evidence the tax, and my point is it's very possible that this is a faulty process. S and nobody's thinking about and asking some professionals whether or not they could very well be a failure to come forth with actual events, even though people reconstructed them under analysis. Yeah. Well, we had some conversation last year about the mic McMartin cases. And I talked about the fells acres case here in Boston, Massachusetts. We just lost that call. I I didn't hang up on him. If he wants to call back Lawrence feel free to call back. If. If you can you can get through. It's been very busy tonight. But we have talked about some of these false memory cases that I have no idea. Let's see what Dr Ford says on Thursday. Let's keep it rolling here. We're going to go to Kathleen in west Roxbury Kathleen in west Roxbury. You're the second. Kathleen tonight. I think yes. And. To name that means dared to my heart and your dear to my heart. Dan, thank you for taking my call. And thank you for shedding light on this. I'm going to have a little different twist and just bear with me for a moment. A few years ago at holy name parish. We were standing outside holding up signs stand up religious freedom and twice different men came by canoe homes swearing in saying you f Catholics always causing trouble. Again. Knitting together, gut Cavanaugh is a practicing Catholic and these anti-catholicism in New England in the rest of the country. I live down south the man next door was the grand dragon of the chief of police, and he told me how much he hated and use the N word Jews, and he said, we really hate Catholics. So these have been my experiences, and I think there's a lot here would take good cow of Planned Parenthood. They're talking an enormous fortune that they would lose. And if this abortion issue gets turned over the follow the smoking gun, and that's what we're really talking about a up politicians that say, the Catholic, but they say, my personal view. I wouldn't have an abortion. But I can't prevent anyone else. I'm a practicing Catholic. I don't have that byu. I am in a twelve step group. And actually, I missed some of the program tonight because I was at a meeting, and I've been sold for forty four years one day at a time God's grace view. Thank you, Dan. Thanks and spots women that have had abortions. And when they're having a problem with staying sober every single woman the problem that I sponsor we dig down..

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"kathleen tonight" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"kathleen tonight" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

"One project makes it better. So I have experienced the seeing where dividing and conquering gets us more done in more time or in less time. But I've also experienced the flip side where whenever we can really collaborate and do something together at the same time that it also gets done better even though it's taking maybe a little more time in the long run. I think it's. Less time because we're not having to redo it. Yes. It's almost like one of those, like the some of the whatever it is greater than they are separately. There's some sort of saying they're insert wise saying about efficiency here, right? Wait, no, wait, wait the. Some of the whole is greater than its parts? Yes. I think that something like that, I feel like that's what happens sometimes when you and I get together and collaborate together, and this is one of those things that has taken us a couple of years to really get into that flow. And very honestly, it was writing the book together that really likes sparked our ability to do this. So Kathleen tonight, showing up several times a week for three months to write the being boss book got us into a place where we can make magic together whenever we're collaborating in the same space, meaning Google doc at the same time, look at each other talking things out, writing things together, editing in real time, those sorts of things. And we've done this with writing. We also occasionally do this with design. We recently did some website stuff together, some website, design stuff together. We'll get on share screens and just sort of work through things together, and it's so much fun to collaborate in that way. To see what comes out of it in that way. Because again that like finished product is better than it would be if we had separated it and said, Kathleen, you do content, I'll do and we'll put it together. Sometimes it ends up looking like a bit of a Frankenstein project. However, when we're both able to dive in there together, it all comes together in a beautiful way yet because not only is it clarifying, like you're like, oh, well, I was watching this for design and I'm like, oh, yeah. Okay. Let me knock that out. And then what if this, you know, moved around the website like this. I mean, I think that what happens whenever we brainstorm together, we're collaborating in real time together. Is that separately? I would have my ideas separately. You would have your ideas and out worse. There's a disconnect, like there's a disconnect between my ideas and your ideas, and we're working so fast that we're not on the same page and that has definitely happened before. And this has happened with our team as well. Whereas together we're able to one get on the same page and then to like. I've got my ideas. You've got your ideas. We start riffing on them, and then this like magical third idea comes up like this energy between the two of us that we would have never come to on our own is able to be born out of us just simply getting on zoom and chatting it out together. Right? So it's as simple as that, like I'm talking about it being magical and it kind of is, but at the same time, it's just very practically talking through like processing it. Yes, and I won't talk a little bit about that active talking it through because again, it took us a while to get there. I want to talk about what that sort of feels and looks like in that one, no idea stupid unless there's a stupid idea and then you laugh about it together, which totally happens. But like you simply speak the ideas. I think neither of us come to the table filling timid or embarrassed or like an idea isn't good enough to be shared. We share all the idea's good and bad and ridiculous and everywhere in between. So I think there is this like openness. And therefore trust that has to be there in order to really share ideas in that way. I also think we're both really good at questioning ideas. So let's say, you know, I come to the table with an idea. You don't quite see you where I'm coming from an incident of shooting down. You'll ask for further clarification, and then we go down that road and see if it works or if it doesn't. And there is no fear and asking those questions either on either side..

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"kathleen tonight" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

The Wellness Business Podcast

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"kathleen tonight" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

"Interested is Travis Brown, and he can be found at podcast buddy dot co, and he's just awesome. So if you have a podcast and you need an editor or you plan on starting one, we definitely recommend him. He is been with us from the beginning and we would never ever want to do this without him and certainly will put his website link and our show notes page. So you can go check out Travis and connect with him directly. So. Okay. Let's get past the funny stuff. We do have a serious topic today. Let's transition to talking about how to build a thriving business. When you are an introvert to boy. Here we go. Let me just say right air. We are. We have to introverts that are doing a podcast. Yeah, though it is possible. You're right, like go figure figure it out, whatever you want to say. It's like, and then have a good editor. Or sure at which is code for anyone can do this. Right, right. So we've noticed that there are many, many health coaches wellness business owners that are introverts, and we thought that this would be a really interesting topic to dive into here on the podcast. So last fall, Kathleen did a poll in her Facebook group, and when all is set in done over seventy percent of the group members that responded said that they consider themselves to be an introvert and actually Kathleen tonight or both introverts. I know some of you are probably thinking no way, but once you listen to this entire episode, you're gonna know exactly why that is for sure, one hundred percent without a doubt. We realize that this may present some unique challenges as far as how to build your business. When your now. Not an extrovert who loves going to avent's hanging out with large groups of people and attending networking events. You may even feel like you're added disadvantage somehow. Right? Like how am I ever going to make this work? I know I'm an introvert. I can't keep up with everyone else, but we have good news for you. That is not true at all. And today we're going to talk about why in also share some secrets to help you thrive as.

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"kathleen tonight" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"kathleen tonight" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

"I think it's enjoying the process ally. I mean, really wanting to get everything done all the time and like being the puppet master, whatever leaves me just really sort of like driving at home all the time. It's like you see the invision and you wanna be there. Yes. I was actually just having conversation with David yesterday about this where I do have a really hard time sometimes seeing the cycles where I just wanna start something finish it and be done where. And I have a really hard time dealing with the fact of while I'm finishing that thing, three more things are going to start that will also have indicates that will only mean more beginning dates like the cyclical nature of creating. The thing is really difficult for me because I want to get it done, but it's it's never done. Yeah, that is super difficult for me, but also trusting other people to help me make it do. It's hard as well. All right. So what are some habit. That you went to practice as get shit done CO. One of the things I have to focus on a lie is taking care of myself of like again, just driving it so hard all the time and he depaz a lot and remember that if I'm not healthy and happy than neither is anything that I'm doing. Okay. I think that's something that would be so helpful for you because I've seen you like get into this place where you are all work and not enough play as much as we talk about boundaries and all the things. I think that like you, you're good at sitting on your porch and you're good at making your meals. You're good at gardening. I mean, you're good at like mandatory lazy days, like that kind of stuff. Yes. But I feel like whenever it comes to the other things that you wanna do like yoga or hitting a sauna, I remember a few weeks ago you were real like, I don't know, not feeling well, and I was like, I think you need to go sweat it out in Asana. And every time I say Asana, I think of the project management for we are talking about the cedar boxes. You sit in that are really hot and you let you sweat in the literal sauna. Or as people appear Saana up, nor do they. Yeah, sound to anyway, I think that you need to time block those out for yourself like those times to do those things of self care. I agree. I completely agree with that. We've not some training on time blocking. Right. What is it? Yes, people going boss, dot clubs, slash time if he'd like to know how it is that Kathleen tonight time Walker calendars to get all the things done, including going to the sound. Celena senior time block that out. Okay. So what else do you wanna talk about with getting shit done CEO. I think we're good. I think thinking back on some things that really helped me sort of a line and get all the things done that I need to get done. It's for me creating some hardcore boundaries around things like my office hours. Like if I didn't have them, I would work all the time all the time. So for me, setting office hours like we all talk about nine to five, but I have a nine to five. Like being boss is a nine to five, because if I didn't, it would be a nine two, nine, two nine..

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"kathleen tonight" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:44 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen tonight" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Great pleasure to say please welcome tune yards that so giving me a given me you do muscle dot com got kathleen tonight uhhuh guy oh yeah god john i'll tell you about never they will joan as now living in a dream whole.

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"kathleen tonight" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen tonight" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Turn to the experts different kind of morning in new york sports yankees are coming off a loss and that's a win bombers pitching no match for the athletics the as they scored all five runs when they were swept by the astros while oakland doubleday yesterday at ten five win at the stadium sunny great taking the loss for aaron boone bomber was pretty good actually on the three running they're just mate's mistakes on with to strike starts domingo her mom this afternoon against andrew triggs talk ninety five pregame on the fan the twenty five year old vermont six no hit innings in his first start last weekend the mets they were two outs away from being five hundred but they're seventy four and forty two against the phillies over the last six these aretha s because they quite frankly they own the philly's last night it was heck who's your daddy you're and who's your daddy a metzer my daddy i shouldn't be saying this because now you're gonna women two games but boy oh boy to the mets philip near hector narrow sees him last night michael conforto denver mr rocco took back to back pictures yard to a race yeah keep laughing laugh at something my team was can't win a game phillies could not have come in a perfect time for the next year the mets stink and then they faced the phillies in the phillies make them look like the leaders in the national league east so one nothing deficit turned in through three one win from micky calloway's clot we haven't had that jubilation noah syndergaard goes against kathleen tonight matt harvey's i read start for scoreless the six to win at the dodgers giants rookie camp rolls on today winnipeg vegas opened the stanley cup western conference final tonight and webb simpson enters round three of the players championship with a five stroke lead with reports every twenty minutes dave uram wfan twenty twenty sports all.

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"kathleen tonight" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

The Wellness Business Podcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen tonight" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

"Right and in the whole thing too is that they want people creating content that is that is cheryl meaning like someone finds a lot of value in it and they want to and the value could be subjective right the value could mean like for business value entertainment purposes education whatever that might be they want people creating that type of content they wanna share with their friends their colleagues or family whatever to see more of in so we as advertisers need to approach our content that way both from a you know where like nonpromotional type of content versus and also if we are doing a webinar for example so just leading with value i and have our target audiences good how the intention there for two to be helping them and we should be fine as advertisers it really when when i heard about the changes i kind of just felt like okay so for all those entrepreneur tyre kickers out there that just thought they could come on facebook and make a fast buck like that those people are going to be eliminated from the whole pool of advertisers because just paying or not bringing value i that is exactly what kathleen tonight try to teach our audience here simply that you know it's about what is your ideal client really need what are they looking for and then bring that to the table is your opening marketing conversation bring them into your you know on your list and then nurture that relationship and so it's a good policy just like you said to really just focus on that value value value in facebook livestream is a tremendous opportunity to do that yet.

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"kathleen tonight" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

The Wellness Business Podcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen tonight" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

"How to do it right now it's just something that is going to play a big part in for a lot of people in marketing so if you're wondering what the heck is a facebook messenger bought it's a way that you can automate your communication through facebook messenger and what's nice about it one of the reasons why it is so powerful as that people don't have to leave the platform you're meeting them where they are ready are in it works incredibly well when it's done the right way open rates click through rates and replies are so much higher than email because again when you see that little notification i have a have a a message you go to check it and you open it but i don't i also don't want to have you think that email is not still important because it is email is still incredibly important and it's not going away anytime soon but messenger boss allow you to automate a lot of the process and assist another way to reach people and stay in touch with their audience mrs definitely more advanced strategy and once we have our guest on us going to talk about this i think it's gonna give you a better idea if this is something that you might wanna incorporate this year so if it's something you're not ready don't worry about it because it is it's more vance we would rather you focus on building your email list for now get that down and then once you have that in place move onto something else we agree karen i totally agree and i think it facebook messenger bots definitely more advanced strategy that were even kathleen tonight were still figuring it out in we are.

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"kathleen tonight" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen tonight" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Agassi because he and his wife were having trouble conceiving today is thirty seven years since john lennon was killed this is your hourly reminder to take a deep breath you weren't even borneo worry nope and this woman go to elvis durancom this woman look so much lake beyond say it's insane this is her on the right that's not beyond say on she looks more like beyond beyond say you that does it make sense and say hurling brittany william he lives in detroit his i mean they're eyebrows are the same everything she says she get stopped all the time people tastes her down to try to take pictures she is not beyond say looks identical go to elvis turns allowed now as is really social fierce again let's that's her sasha thank you both and a great phone tap today kayden the incredible son of an incredible froggatt way to hear this phone tap is coming up next on what's hot right now and how history now here's wet girl kathleen tonight is the night we've been waiting for inaugurated the one hundred jingle ball here in new york city so if you want to get in on the action and follow along an hour ventures tonight at madison square garden head over to the home page we have our full list of socials there so you can follow everybody and you won't miss a get out this amar ellisoncom store incom just in time for the big day walmart has great robot prices on toys so this year you can get everything you're looking for under the tree and the best part the great prices are all available right now shopping storewalmartcom or on the walmart app divine rollbacks on all their favorite today.

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"kathleen tonight" Discussed on Z100

Z100

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen tonight" Discussed on Z100

"Enjoy have a great get the you know you need a pact you can learn how you can learn how to speak pet e i du on her little earthy niddle to your it'll teach you how to love something though i had some a greatly he loves his pack of more now we love you greg yet i was a great job thank you so much yeah thank you mean let's get into your headlines bethany what's going on yeah the california wildfires are still raging though santa ana winds are proving deadly over two hundred thousand people have had to evacuate and there's a new fire that started in san diego county governor jerry brown declared a state of emergency in san diego and santa barbara county is thousands of firefighters this woman look so much lake beyond say it's insane this is her on the right that's not beyond say on she looks more like the aunt debbie beyond say how are you that does it make sense and say hurling brittany wilkinson he lives in detroit beautiful she's i mean they're eyebrows are the same everything she said she get stopped all the time people chase her down to try to take pictures she is not beyond say looks identical good elvis turns allowed now as it really social fierce less hurt sasha thank you bethany a great phone tap today uh kayden the incredible son of an incredible froggatt wait to hear this phone taps coming up next on what's hot right now and how history night here's wet girl kathleen tonight is the night we've been waiting for it all year it z one hundred jingle ball here in new york city so if you want to get in on the action and follow long an hour ventures tonight at madison square garden head over to the home page as we have our full list of socials so you can follow everybody and you won't miss a beat get.

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