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Signature Story Case Study with Jono Petrohilos
Listen To My Latest Podcast Episode: Signature Story Case Study with Jono Petrohilos
How do I niche down and figure out my area of expertise, make it specific and still resonate but not abandon the wealth of knowledge and experience I can bring to the table? How do I make hard decisions in my business?
These are some of the questions I hear most often. It's a constant battle most budding entrepreneurs are grappling with often early on in their business and even my students inside my program, Speak Up to Level Up, struggle with this too.
Today's theme that will become our mantra is this phrase:
It's for now, not forever.
We have this deep feeling that we're meant to do something bigger — a realization of how gifted and incredibly skilled we are and that we could help other people.
But there comes a point where we doubt ourselves, get a little dramatic at times and think everything is important and feel permanent leaving us second guessing all our decisions.
Chances are it’s likely you’ve felt this before.
But what if we...
Confidence. It’s the word that I hear most when people tell me their goals related to speaking. People often consider it a feeling that you either have or must fake it until you magically do. How is it that we can be so confident in some areas, but insecure in others?
Today I’m sharing with you where confidence comes from and how you can consistently grow it for yourself. So if you’re struggling with confidence because you're venturing into something new or struggling with self doubt, this message today is for you.
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Well, hey friend, welcome back to another episode. I am...
A lot of times as we're growing in our businesses or in our careers, we have a tendency to shy Have you ever felt uncomfortable calling yourself an “expert”? On one hand, you have incredible experience and knowledge with your topic, but on the other, it feels there are so many more people who are qualified. Leaving you with the question, who am I to…
...speak on that stage.
… Post that video.
… Create that program.
… call myself an expert.
It’s likely you’ve felt this before. You know that you have a great deal of expertise and know that your experience is valuable that it can help and teach others, BUT you still second guess yourself at almost every turn.
So the question is, do true “experts” feel this way? Is it possible to own your authority AND feel like you’re not qualified enough?
We dive into this today in a real, unscripted conversation where I share my perspective on why calling...
Your style is something that makes you unique. A big part of this is how you show up, what you're wearing and how you're styled. They all come together and create a story. That’s why I brought in this week's guest, Trish Taylor, a stylist and a brand embodiment coach who helps online entrepreneurs grow their brand and confidence and show up authentically.
We talk about practical styling tips and how your style can help bring your brand to life in photos and video. We also take a little woo woo turn and talk about how to move past mental blocks when it comes to being seen using tools like meditation and journaling and even EFT tapping.
Not into the woo? No sweat, we approach this in a way that will fuel your soul to help you confidently show up for your brand, whether you're nervous getting on video or terrified of putting yourself out there on podcasts. So if you've ever struggled with that a bit, this episode is definitely for you.
As we think about entering this next quarter with the end of the year coming into view, it might feel tempting to coast for the next few months. Today is a reminder that you have big goals and NOW is the time to make them happen.
Today's guest, business coach Katie Wussow will help you create a strategic plan for the fourth quarter and will share some mistakes people make when it comes to the planning process, specifically goal setting and how you could avoid them (hint: if you’re a dreamer who loves coming up with the ideas, but falls short on following through with the actual steps to make it happen, pay close attention). This conversation is a must-listen if you want to level up your approach in your business and to create more flexibility and freedom to do the things you want.
Inside this episode, you’ll learn:
As a speaking coach, I’m good with words.
I used to feel weird saying that, like I was being braggadocious, but now I’m confident in my skills (I mean, if we can’t own the skills we’ve worked hard to master, how can we expect others to believe in us?!)
Seriously. Pass me a mic and I’ll deliver an inspirational pep that will make you laugh, tear up with emotion and teach you something that will stick with you.
BUT, give me a blank piece of paper, or empty google doc and ask me to write a paragraph of inspiration?
I’ll take my seat on the struggle bus.
I’ve learned that it’s one thing to speak words and another to write them.
The former comes naturally for me, the later… I’ve had to develop.
I’ve also learned that it’s the opposite for many… with writing feeling more natural and controlled and speaking… total deer in headlights!
Take my client Zafira Rajan.
She’s literally a professional...
Have you noticed how the mentors you follow online seem to have this magnetic pull? That podcaster in your ears has become a trusted biz bestie that you rely on each week, you find yourself saying the phrases of your fav business coach, you jump at the chance (or at least pay attention) when you see that they’re speaking at an upcoming virtual summit even if you’ve heard them speak many times.
Whether that’s Brendon Burchard, Amy Porterfield, Lewis Howes, Anthony Trucks, Rachel Rogers, Brene Brown, Gary V, or whoever is on your online mentor list, it seems that whenever they open their mouth, it’s pure gold. Each has their own distinct personality, communication style and many different business models. So the question is - was there some kind of unicorn magic passed to them in utero? Or are there commonalities that we can use as a road map for becoming more influential?
Today I’m going to share with you 3 distinct behaviors adopted by the highly...
What the heck is 75 Hard? Why did 2 moms + business owners with already busy schedules commit to making their lives intentionally harder? And what happened when we followed the program for 75 intense days?
This episode is for those feeling the need for a kick in the pants. Maybe you’ve been in a rut or are just craving a level up with your habits, health, productivity or mental resilience. I recently sat down with my friend, Frannie Wilson, co-founder of Ampersand Studios, a commercial photography studio specializing in creating photo and video content for brands. to talk about our individual experiences completing the 75 Hard challenge.
Spoiler - Frannie was the one who inspired me to do this intense challenge when she shared her journey on Instagram..
Don’t worry, we’re not going to convince you to do the challenge yourself, unless you want to of course. Our hope is to inspire you to kick your excuses to the curb and start building trust with yourself in...
Putting yourself out there can feel HARD. And being completely real, BOLD and opinionated? It can be terrifying (what will people think?!). So while many say they WANT to stand out, they choose instead to blend in.
But not today’s guest.
I wanted episode 100 to be special, so I sat down with the incredible Jill Stanton of Screw the Nine to Five for a real talk convo about life, business, being a mom and making noise.
In this episode, Jill opens up and shares her struggle of self-doubt, how she stays future focused and positive by changing her thoughts, and of course, we’ll talk about how Jill approaches speaking on a stage.
I just wrapped up the 75 Hard Program where I fully committed to my health, growth and development for the last 75 days. And I've gotten lots of questions around, how do you do all these things and still show up consistently?
Join me today on my morning walk as I share a quick conversation around the idea of letting go of this vision of needing to get everything perfect and just go get things done to move your business and life forward.