A shift in my business, and an announcement

by Michele on October 22, 2016

I’m up to some new things, so I won’t be posting here as much.  Here’s a quick rundown of what’s going on!

Here is the link I mention in the video (updated to new website name):

www.onenoteworthylife.com

Find the Bullet Journal website here: bulletjournal.com

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Scheduling Social Media Posts

by Michele on July 15, 2016

Ask Me Anything, Segment 19

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In this segment of Ask Me Anything, I answer a question about scheduling social media posts.  I share the main tool I use to schedule my posts and give my biggest tip on using scheduled posts.

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Summary here:

  • I use Hootsuite to schedule social media posts ahead of time
  • Scheduling some posts ahead of time is a good way to have a continuous presence on your social media sites, however it is critical to regularly interact with people in real time.
  • Be sure to be social when you interact with people.  Ask questions, join conversations and contribute useful ideas.
  • Takeaway: You can use Hootsuite or any of a number of apps to schedule some of your social media posts ahead of time.  However, make sure to actually put some time in where you are interacting and engaging people in real time.
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Thoughts on delegation

May 31, 2016

Ask Me Anything, Segment 18 (Prefer to read instead of watch?  Scroll down to below the video player for a written summary.) In this segment of Ask Me Anything, I give some brief thoughts about delegation. Written summary here: In this segment, I give some thoughts on delegation I do not delegate much in my […]

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To make sales, you have to make offers!

May 11, 2016

Ask Me Anything, Segment 17 (Prefer to read instead of watch?  Scroll down to below the video player for a written summary.) In this segment of Ask Me Anything, I fill in the final piece of finding coaching clients. You have to make offers! If you don’t actually give your audience a chance to say […]

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How to communicate with your audience

February 20, 2016

Ask Me Anything, Segment 16 (Prefer to read instead of watch? Scroll down to below the video player for a written summary.) Once you start building an audience for your coaching, consulting or service business, you’ll need to communicate with them on a regular basis to build credibility and demonstrate your ability to help.  This […]

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Use the right language to attract your ideal clients

February 17, 2016

Ask Me Anything, Segment 15 (Prefer to read instead of watch?  Scroll down to below the video player for a summary.) One of the best ways to attract the right people to your audience is by using the right language for them.  This may not be the same language you use when talking about your […]

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What kind of clients do you love to work with?

January 30, 2016

Ask Me Anything, Segment 14 (Prefer to read instead of watch?  Scroll down to read a summary of this video.) When building an audience for your coaching business, it’s important to focus only on attracting those people who you love to work with and who get great results from your work.  In this video, I […]

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Build an audience of interested people (Ask Me Anything Segment 13)

December 16, 2015

Ask Me Anything, Segment 13 (Prefer to read instead of watch?  Scroll down to read a summary of this video.) Instead of trying to sell to people right away, focus on building an audience of people who are interested in the services you provide.  That way, you can build credibility and connection before you try […]

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Your solopreneur business: one big experiment

October 16, 2015

When you are trying something new in your business, it’s almost impossible to get it perfect on the first try.  That’s why I suggest that you always be experimenting with your business.  Even if a new idea that you try works out great, it’s valuable to learn why it worked and how to repeat it. […]

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Have a practice in place for writing your to-do list (To Do List Tip #6)

October 8, 2015

(Prefer to read instead of watch?  Scroll down below the video for a summary.) Keeping a to-do list isn’t just something to be done occasionally – solopreneurs have way too much to juggle to be haphazard about their workload.  It’s important to have a regular practice of keeping your to-do list up to date. Link […]

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