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Feel the Fear + Do It Anyway

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Feel the Fear + Do It Anyway

FEARLESS.

Do you hate that word as much as I do?

It causes such a visceral reaction within me.  Like, makes my body really warm and tingly, but not in a good way. 

I am NOT fearless.  I feel alllll the fear when I'm making big decisions.  

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My Top 5 Tips to  Creating a Killer Social Media Presence So You Can Attract Dream Clients You Want to be BFF's With!!

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My Top 5 Tips to Creating a Killer Social Media Presence So You Can Attract Dream Clients You Want to be BFF's With!!

1. All of your social media platforms should be consistent and streamlined so you can build a strong + iconic brand.
  

Twitter, InstagramPinterestFacebook, Periscope, LinkedInGoogle+.  All of these accounts should either have your name, or some variation of it, or the name of your company, as your handle.  

If for some reason your name is not available, sometimes adding a middle initial is an option.  (This is also a good way to help you figure out a company name if you don't want to use your personal name.  If all of the social media handles are taken, maybe think about a different name for your company.)

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Finding My Niche

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Finding My Niche

As a Life + Marketing Coach who helps new entrepreneurs build businesses that feel authentic + aligned with their higher purpose, one thing I've noticed that holds many new coaches back is the inability to decide on a niche.  

When you're first starting out as a coach, it's important to know who you want to serve and who your ideal client is so you can gear your messaging and content towards the people that light you up.

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The Power of Purpose: Living From Deep Within

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The Power of Purpose: Living From Deep Within

"Each of us looks for fulfillment and authentic happiness in our own way.  

Sometimes the yearning for fulfillment becomes a call so loud and so intense at midlife that we cannot help but step off the path we are on and devote ourselves to the search for fulfillment..."

 

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