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Get out that note pad and your favorite gel pen, because today’s episode is filled with GOLD. This 5-Step mini-training will help you grow your authority and your audience by speaking on stages.
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Here’s what we’ll cover:
Even if your nerves seem overwhelming or you’re worried you’ll suck at first, remember that those BIG goals you’re chasing won’t happen until you put yourself out there. I’m giving you the roadmap to make it happen.
Are you ready?
If speaking on stages in 2020 is a goal for you – you won’t want to miss this episode or the (BONUS!) cheat sheet...
We all want that outer glow. And I'm not talking about that dewy skin, outer glow like Giselle. I'm talking about magnetism. Or as we call it around here, the “It Factor”.
Today I’m sharing that the secret to embracing your “It Factor” is the inner work you do to grow yourself personally and professionally. You and I both know that personal growth is a huge determining factor for online business success. But when things get so busy and schedules fill up with launches, client calls, project plans, emails (all the things!), it’s to find time for personal and professional development.
You can’t find it, you have to create it. In this episode I’m sharing three specific actions that you can take -- that don’t require much effort or time -- that will help you take small steps (and big leaps) to create that outer glow and achieve those big goals.
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I get a lot of questions from business owners about personal branding in the online space, so when an expert on the topic reached out to ME to be a guest on her show, I immediately knew I had to turn the tables and get her on The Heather Sager Show.
My guest, Brittany Krystle shares what you need to know about building a personal brand online, got me rethinking how I viewed one of the most underutilized platforms online (pay attention here, friend) and sharing insights on showing up online with strong content that attracts your ideal customer.
Brittany is a personal brand and growth expert with almost a decade of experience in personal brand strategy and content development. Her sweet spot is empowering people to build influence online that allows them to create the future that they want. She’s worked with some of the biggest personal brands online to grow their influence – founders and entrepreneurs like Gary Vaynerchuk, Marie Forleo & Tom Bilyeu
So, do you um, sometimes stumble on your words and like uh add fillers in when you’re trying to, uh figure out what to say on like video?
That was painful.
Those ums, uhs… likes, sorta, kinda and the sneaky sentence connectors, SO and… and so… filler words are diluting your message.
Chances are you have a New Year’s resolution related to cutting crap from your life, how about giving up something that is muddying your message instead?
Listen up, it’s time to cut those pesky fillers.
// Psychological Reasons We Use Filler Words | Business Insider
// Um...Little Words Can Signal Big Lies...You Know | Psychology Today
// The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg
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It surprises most people to learn that I have a hearing loss and often leads to a lot of questions, especially since I’ve built my coaching business on the topic of communications.
For today’s episode, I’m going unscripted and getting super raw *bring the tissues* to share with you the real truth behind my seemingly invisible disability (and how it led to my superpower).
P.S… did you know more than 5% of the world's population – or 466 million people – has disabling hearing loss. That’s 432 million adults and 34 million children. While you might not be one of them, you more than likely know someone who struggles with their hearing. I hope this episode gives you some insight into their world.
[Stats from the World Health Organization]
Was I born with it? No. Am I deaf? No. How has it impacted my life? So. Many. Ways.
// Episode #9: The Art of Communication: More Than Just Words
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Slow down so you can speed up. It’s a phrase I heard years ago that helped me understand that taking time to think, reflect and plan is one of the most valuable uses of your time, especially as an entrepreneur. On today’s episode, I’m doing just that.
I share the top 5 lessons I learned in my first year of online business. We’ll cover topics like picking the right mentors, investing in your own learning, taking action, avoiding the head game, and talking to REAL people – in real life.
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Everybody’s telling you it’s time to get your annual plan together and develop a strategy to knock it out of the park in 2020. If that feels a bit overwhelming, today’s episode is for you.
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Today’s guest, Kristen Westcott is here to help us plan effectively, even when don’t have a lot of time. After more than a decade of helping others with goal setting, time management and project management, Kristen is an operations consultant and project manager to online coaches and course creators looking to scale their businesses without the added frustration. She guides her clients through strategically planning out their quarterly goals, manages their projects, teams and day-to-day operations so they can be the CEO of their business. Her gift is helping entrepreneurs take their vision and create an action plan so that it becomes a reality.
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As entrepreneurs we often get pulled into the pressures, stresses, and let’s be real - sexiness - of things we work on each day. But there comes a point when begin to alienate the thing that most likely inspired us to become business owners in the first place: our family.
Today’s guest, Nick Murphy knows the struggle entrepreneurs face finding balance in their lives. As an NFL veteran turned serial entrepreneur, he knows a thing or two about discipline, ambition, and peak performance. With 5 kids of his own, he set out to teach parentpreneurs (yep, that’s parents + entrepreneurs) how to accelerate the growth of their businesses so they can hustle less and earn more – all while being present to what matters most at home.
Nick’s perspective on business growth related to this so-called balance (btw he hates that word) between family and work is quite refreshing and doesn’t ask you to choose between your two babies or push...
Want to know how to get present, push through discomfort, and become more magnetic in the process?
When your mind is racing all the time, it’s difficult to slow down and be present and presence is QUEEN when it comes to communication. That means keeping your nerves, insecurities or wandering thoughts at bay to focus on what (or who) is right in front of you. But it isn’t just your mind that creates presence, it starts with your body.
Today’s guest, mindfulness educator Athea Davis is helping us explore the connection between our bodies and our minds, sharing how yoga and mindfulness practices can be powerful tools for showing up for our audiences in a bigger way.
Athea Davis is a mindfulness educator at KIPP Texas Public Schools. She’s the author of Today’s Gonna Be Awesomesauce: Daily Meditations for Youth, Parents & Families, and the creator of the powerfully positive weekly classroom + home resource, the affirmation + art card deck,...
Want to know the real secret to finding your IT FACTOR? It’s being YOU.
The more we understand ourselves, the more authentic we can be. If you are consuming other people’s content online and find yourself modeling their way of speaking, posting or just doing business, it especially important for you to understand your specific strengths and tendencies so that you show up as YOU.
Today’s guest, Melissa Koehler is sharing with us all about the Enneagram --a system of personality typing that describes patterns in how people conceptualize the world and manage their emotions.
Melissa is a Small Business Strategist and serial entrepreneur who started her first business in 2001. From stationery design, to scrapbooking, to professional photography, she’s self-taught her way to success on her own terms. Today she’s the founder of a multi-million dollar consultancy that helps creative entrepreneurs turn their passions into a sustainable...