How to Live Your BEST Life (with Mindset Coach Taylor Slango): Episode 068

How to Live Your BEST Life (with Mindset Coach Taylor Slango): Episode 068

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Episode 068:

Takeaways:

  • Taylor talks about how believing you can do something can set you apart from other entrepreneurs. 
  • Limiting beliefs lie in our subconscious mind.
  • Money mindset: So many people associate money with greed. People don’t think they are worth making money…this is such a huge disconnect. What you need to do is set a foundation to break that block. The income you want needs to be aligned with what you want. 
  • Realize that things aren’t just coincidences. Things happening around you in the universe are happening for a reason. Don’t discount them for a coincidence.  
  • Life is happening FOR you, not TO you.
  • To overcome confidence issues, you need to sit with yourself. Take time and breathe, and think through it. Focus on one issue at a time, and sit with it. Prayer, meditation, whatever you call it. Make time for yourself.
  • Write down your perfect day! You will be so surprised what can happen if you think bigger, and hold onto those specific desires you have for your life. 
  • Taylor talks about how it is so important to get out of your own way. People will have expectations of you. But you have to follow your gut, and take risks to create the life you want to live.

Highlights:

  • (1:26) A little more about Taylor.
  • (2:03) The Law of Attraction, and how this ties into Taylor’s lessons.
  • (2:29) Why does Taylor thing entrepreneurs need to focus on mindset?
  • (3:02) Conscious mind vs. Subconscious mind 
  • (3:48) How can you unlock your deep limiting beliefs?
  • (4:38) An example of a limiting belief Taylor sees often, and how to overcome it.
  • (6:27) Example of manifestation.
  • (11:30) How society plays a role in limiting beliefs.
  • (12:32) Taylor’s tips for people struggling with self doubt and confidence issues.
  • (15:26) Mediation apps Taylor recommends. 
  • (16:02) The power of your perfect day.
  • (18:21) Taylors entrepreneurial journey. How did she get into mindset coaching?
  • (24:50) Moving forward is key. Keep moving forward.
  • (25:40) Taylor’s goals for 2019.
  • (27:21) The power of getting out of your own way.
  • (28:50) Surrounding yourself with people who understand your goals, and being an entrepreneur.
  • (30:49) What does it mean to Taylor to make an impact? 
  • (31:21) Where to connect with Taylor!

Quotes:

“If you pivot and change your beliefs, what can your life look like?”

“Life is happening for you, not to you”

“Focus on the stillness”

“If you don’t have 10 minutes for yourself, you don’t have a life” -Tony Robbins 

“Everyone has 10 minutes”

“We are faith filled, big thinking risk takers. We will never insult God with small thinking or safe living. We want to seek God for the impossible, believe God for the miracles, dream that God would do exceedingly and abundantly more in our lives for his glory, that generations would know who He is. We will be faith filled with all that we do.”

“I remember the days I prayed for what I have now”

“START. Do those crazy things and take action!”

Resources:

Connect with Taylor:

Website:  taylorslango.com

Instagram: @taylorslango

Mindset Freebie: taylorslango.com/simple

Mediation apps Taylor recommends:

Headspace (app)

Mantra meditation

Visualization meditation

Videos talked about in this episode:

Rick Warren Daring Faith: Building a Life of Faith (Part 1)

Craig Groschel (LifeChurch): Jesus and We (Part 1): Faith Filled, Big Thinking

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How to MASTER Sales Funnels (with Reelika Schulte): Episode 067

How to MASTER Sales Funnels (with Reelika Schulte): Episode 067

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How to MASTER Sales Funnels with Reelika Schulte

Takeaways:

  • Reelika talks about how when she was growing up, everything belonged to the government. Entrepreneurship wasn’t really a popular option. She watched her parents start up a company and she saw how they worked on their own terms, and that it was a different mindset, different view of the world, and she knew that life was for her.
  • She became an entrepreneur because her cubical job was making her feel so stuck. She knew that wasn’t her dream, so she acted on that feeling, and turned to entrepreneurship.
  • If you’re looking to sell at a high price point, Reelika says to get people on the phone with you. You want to be able to answer those questions. If you’re selling a course, you can totally sell online.
  • A landing page is so important. If you’re trying to drive traffic, you want to be sure people are coming to a place where everything is super straightforward. Reelika stresses how important a successful landing page is. 
  • “It’s okay to give away some really awesome content” You have to give away some key info so people have that ah-ha moment and then people will see you as an expert, and someone who can benefit from you. Don’t be afraid to give away too much!!
  • There is so much power in saying NO. You can’t say yes and commit to everything. You need to be able to say no to things that don’t suit you.
  • Client calls need to be a addressed like talking to a friend. It’s a conversation, but you shouldn’t be doing all the talking. Ask questions.
  • You have to make people remember you. You can’t email once a month! Make people remember you.
  • When you start booking calls, automate procedures. Ask questions ahead of time! This will really help people to show up. You can then decide if people are ready. If people feel like you know them, they will show up to their call. (GOLDEN TIP!) 

Highlights:

  • (2:18) A little more about Reelika.
  • (3:12) How she grew to have an entrepreneurial mindset based on her childhood?
  • (5:05) How did Reelika get started on the path of the business she’s in now?
  • (8:25) What is an evergreen business model? How do you implement it into your business?
  • (10:48) Where does Reelika get her traffic?
  • (12:34) The breakdown of Reelika’s business model.
  • (14:41) Metrics!! How Reelika breaks everything down.
  • (14:59) Landing page: why it’s so important.
  • (16:14) Where do most people get stuck in this process?
  • (18:02) Why giving away key information is a good thing, not something to be worried about.
  • (19:55) Why it’s important to say NO.
  • (21:48) Mistakes that Reelika has noticed on client calls.
  • (23:01) What questions should you ask on client calls? Remember- you shouldn’t be doing all the talking. 
  • (23:50) Why your email list is your biggest asset.
  • (26:30) GOLDEN TIP!! How to get people to show up for their scheduled calls!
  • (29:40) Market research. Use your words in your marketing message. If you use your ideal clients words, people will get clarity.
  • (30:27) Reelika’s favorite book.
  • (31:48) What does it mean to Reelika to make an impact?
  • (32:45) What’s next for Reelika?

Quotes:

“At the end of the day, I realized that time is the biggest asset that you can have in life”

“I didn’t want to miss out on my son’s life, or my life”

“It’s okay to give away some really awesome content”

“Really have the strong mindset that it’s okay to say no”

“Talk less, listen more”

“These are your people that came to you for a reason.”

Resources:

Website: designdreamlifestyle.com

Other social media platforms (where she hangs out the most):

https://www.facebook.com/groups/coachingbusinesscommunity/

 

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How to Grow Your Social Impact Business (with Rianne Klein Geltink): Episode 066

How to Grow Your Social Impact Business (with Rianne Klein Geltink): Episode 066

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Episode 066:

Today I’m talking to Rianne Klein Geltink! Rianne wants to see a world where all businesses exist to make a profit AND be a force for good. She uses her talents in commerce to guide startup social impact entrepreneurs on their journey to success through her online membership community. She is also the owner of Impact Business Base- a startup community for start up businesses, helping them on their journey for success.

Takeaways:

  • Rianne talks about how social entrepreneurship is the way to tie together your social mission with your company. She gives the example of TOM’s shoes, where every pair of shoes sold, a pair is donated to a kid for school.
  • She says you have to be crystal clear about why you want to give back, or who you want to help. You can’t help every single person. Be crystal clear on who you want to help, so you can decide a model for your business.
  • You don’t HAVE to be a nonprofit to give back. You can weave partners into your business and have a sharing model, so your profit company can be giving back.
  • Making the shift to an online entrepreneur is difficult. But don’t think for a second that you can’t do it. Rianne talks about how it’s all about trial and error.
  • Rianne shares that some of her clients don’t show up as much as others. This is bound to happen in any business, but it is important to realize 20% of your students are going to interact 80% of the time. It’s normal, don’t overthink it.
  • She talks about how mindset is everything. Rianne says the only thing holding her back is herself, which is so so true. If you learn to not self sabotage, you can soar. Don’t ever hold yourself back!

Highlights:

  • (2:21) A little more about Rianne.
  • (2:57) How Rianne went from her job in Coporate Netherlands, to a social entrepreneur and digital nomad.
  • (5:11) Social Entrepreneurship: what is it?
  • (8:01) Other big companies that are making a MASSIVE impact.
  • (8:55) Different models of social entrepreneurship.
  • (10:39) Different ways how businesses can begin adding social impact into their business. How can businesses start out?
  • (14:25) How to find a model that works for your business, and who you want to help.
  • (17:05) Even more examples of how people cam implement this into their business. 
  • (19:25) Rianne’s membership site: Impact Business Base.
  • (21:51) How Rianne finds clients for her membership site.
  • (23:54) Rianne talks about her membership site, and the power of her clients success.
  • (25:35) How traveling has shaped Rainne as a person, entrepreneur, and her business. 
  • (28:20) Rianne talks about environmental issues. How travel has shaped her view on single used plastic. 
  • (30:32) The best book Dianne has read.
  • (31:58) What is next for Rianne?
  • (34:37) How can you further connect with Rianne?

Quotes:

“We all want to be part of something bigger than ourselves”

“We crave authenticity”

“Make your customers part of this story”

“Theres so much that we can do in the world when we take the initiative”

“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness”

“The only person holding me back is me”

Resources:

Website: www.impactbusinessbase.com

Instagram: @impact_business_base / @riannekleingeltink

Facebook: Impact Business Base

Books Talked About In Today’s Episode

“Start Something That Matters” book by TOM’s Founder, Blake Mycoskie

“The Big Leap” by Gay Hendricks

Business models talked about:

  • Toms
  • Warby Parker
  • Listen Headphones
  • The Giving Keys
  • Ethnotek Bags
  • Microlending Institute

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Healing Your Relationship With Food, and Loving the Skin You’re In (with Karen Diaz): Episode 065

Healing Your Relationship With Food, and Loving the Skin You’re In (with Karen Diaz): Episode 065

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Episode 065:

Today I’m talking to Karen Diaz. She is a registered dietitian, and intuitive eating coach who helps women calm the chaos around food, and love the skin they’re in, so they can live the life they were meant to lead. She helps people find a healthy relationship with food and body image, a struggle that sometimes comes up for so many of us. We talk all about self care, body image, and dealing with food and how it does effect your business. So good. Let’s dive in!

Takeaways:

  • Karen talks about how she really felt called to do the work of helping with eating disorders. The path you choose is always going to have roadblocks. Hers was the chemistry of her industry. Know the passion behind it, and it will get you through it. 
  • One of Karen’s big takeaways is that entrepreneurs should focus on nutrition and health because it is related. If we feel good in our body, and we feel healthy in our skin, it will help our business in turn.
  • If you do have negative self image thoughts, it will hold back your business. Karen shares that a lot of times if people are self conscious, they won’t show up everyday ready to do whatever is needed for your business (livestreams, in person meetings, etc.)
  • Take messy action. Show up as you are, don’t wait for a number on the scale, don’t wait until you’re perfect. It takes time to figure it all out, but don’t wait until it is. 
  • Karen shares that it’s not about doing a specific diet- but your relationship with food. Make it something that is exciting to eat. If you’re going to eat dessert, make it be something amazing! A piece of cake from the grocery store is not something amazing. It’s not something that is worthy of your mouth.
  • Sometimes our body needs specific things. Cravings don’t come from nowhere, sometimes it’s filling the place of joy, or connection, or time to ourselves. Try different things and be experimental.
  •  

Highlights:

  • (1:48) A little more about Karen’s story, and how she got to where she is today.
  • (2:38) What made her want to get into eating disorders and nutrition?
  • (6:14) Why is it important for entrepreneurs to focus on nutrition and health?
  • (7:58) How can a negative body image of yourself negatively effect your business?
  • (10:55) What are ways to practice self care?
  • (13:09) Examples of things to do to give your body what it needs.
    • Taking some time to breathe, journal, work out.
    • Every couple hours, take a break.
    • Don’t multitask while you eat. Take time to eat and just enjoy your meal. Don’t eat stressed out, then you will digest stressed out.
  • (16:30) Dessert. Why it’s important to make sure it’s worthy of your mouth.
  • (18:14) Shifts Karen helps her clients with to have breakthroughs with food.
  • (20:02) The power of letting go of stories of the past.
  • (21:01) More story examples of will power with food.
  • (22:51) Ways we can uncover negative beliefs with food on our own.
  • (23:54) Karen’s experience moving to Costa Rica for a year.
  • (27:43) Karen’s book. What is it about, and why you need to read it!
  • (29:55) What does it mean to Karen to make an impact?
  • (31:20) The ripple effect.
  • (32:10) What’s next for Karen Diaz?
  • (33:08) Where to further connect with Karen?
  •  

Quotes:

“Your body is going to get what it needs no matter if you give it to it or not”

“Don’t eat stressed out, then you will digest stressed out.”

“A belief can keep us stuck when we don’t take the time to look at it a different way”

“Any time you’re away from home, there’s going to be challenges”

“It’s not about leaving a legacy, it’s about living your legacy”

Resources:

Email Address

withlove@thefreelife.com

Website

www.thefreelife.com

Other social media platform (where you hang out the most)

https://www.facebook.com/TheFreeLifewithKarenDiaz/ 

Instagram @karendiazrd

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Interviewing Emmy Award Winning Motivational Speaker, Media Coach, & Author (with Katrina Cravy): Episode 064

Interviewing Emmy Award Winning Motivational Speaker, Media Coach, & Author (with Katrina Cravy): Episode 064

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Episode 064:

Takeaways:

  • Katrina shares the story about how much she loves entrepreneurs. She knew she wanted to help get them on TV.
  • At 17, Katrina got an internship with her local media station.
  • While Katrina was still on TV, she asked what her audience would want. She surveyed them and asked what was resonating. If you don’t ask your audience, you won’t know what they need! So important.
  • You’re stealing if you don’t put yourself out there: Katrina says that you owe it to yourself, you are doing a disservice to everyone who you could be helping. BELIEVE in yourself!
  • Mindset is a huge part of nerves. Flip the script- try being EXCITED instead of NERVOUS.
  • Katrina says you can’t wing it. You need to prepare. Work on answers, go-to things to say, and answers to questions you know they’ll ask. The elevator speech is SO important.
  • Elevator speech: Start with WHY! Make a connection in people’s minds, and how they can connect to you. Then, people will remember you.
  • Use the word “local” to your advantage!
  • Check all your social media profiles- because other people will. Media goes and looks at it all before they put you on TV, so make sure it’s a representation of you.
  • If you sent an email, make sure to wait about a week before following up. You always want to be positive and up beat. Don’t become annoying. If you’ve gone through 3 emails and 2 phone calls, wait a month or so, with NEW hooks. Sometimes the media isn’t looking for what you’re offering. So wait a little bit, and try again.
  • When you go Live, don’t start it off by waiting for people to join. Don’t wait, because people rewatch it. Don’t lose people! Start off by sharing what your Live will be about, say hi as people join, and slowly start to give out your info, always shouting people out (they love that) and always be reiterating your tips. Don’t take forever to get to the point!!
  • Katrina shares that in order to be likable, you need to like yourself. SO KEY.
  • If you’re afraid of public speaking or your elevator pitch, PRACTICE! Record yourself on your phone, practice in front of your family and friends, and get feedback. Tickle your fears, as Katrina says.

 

 

Highlights:

  • (2:03) A little more about Katrina, and how she got started in the business. 
  • (3:22) What made her interested in broadcast media in the first place?
  • (4:38) What was Katrina’s transition from TV into the online space like?
  • (5:35) The power of market research.
  • (7:31) Some of Katrina’s secrets of getting on air!
  • (8:46) THE SECRETS: How to make an email that media industry people will reply to:
    • Know their names
    • Personalize the pitch
    • Keep it short and sweet
    • Compliment the producers
    • THEN go into your pitch
  • (10:49) How to become the media’s go to expert
  • (12:50) Tips for not freezing on TV.
  • (15:23) Katrina’s tips on preparing your elevator speech.
  • (16:56) What are some questions you have to prepare for?
  • (18:46) Social media platforms to be on, and what you should and shouldn’t have on your profiles. 
  • (19:50) Tips to attract the media to you: be an ATTRACTIVE, POSITIVE person.
  • (24:15) How to keep your live videos short, sweet, and attractive.
  • (25:30) What is a good quality intro? (Hear Katrina’s!)
  • (26:40) Facebook live tips: how to not have an awkward start.
  • (28:32) What’s one of the best books Katrina has ever read?
  • (30:22) Katrina’s examples of good vulnerability.
  • (31:32) What does it mean for Katrina to make an impact?
  • (32:10) Tips for people who are struggling with confidence:
    • Do something that scares you.
    • Make a list of things that frighten you, or mental fears you say. Write it down, and how you can jump over them.
  • (35:08) Why I went to Kenya, and how it made me grow.
  • (38:31) What is next for Katrina Cravy?
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Quotes:

“Everyone was always asking me how do I get on your show?”

“You see what’s out there, and you see the dream, but you really have to put in the work.”

“You have to give people what they want, and then actually deliver it.”

“You have to be bigger than YOU.”

“You’re stealing if you don’t put yourself out there.”

“I’m not nervous, I’m excited.”

“Being vulnerable is when you’re in the most power.”

“You need to be human, you need to be likable.”

“To be likable, you need to like yourself.”

“Tickle your fears.”

Resources:

Website: Getontvforfree.com

Tips to get in touch with media:

Twitter: @KatrinaCravy

IG: katrinacravy

FB:  @katrina.cravy

 

ON AIR: Learn Insider Secrets to Attract the Media And Free Publicity by Katrina Cravy

 

Books Talked About in the Episode:

Braving the Wilderness by Brene Brown

Shoe Dog: A Memoir by the Creator of NIKE by Phil Knight

The Power of Vulnerability by Brene Brown

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How To: Save Money, Reduce Risk, Remove Stress, and Keep On Your Journey (with Licensed CPA, Katie Ferro): Episode 50

How To: Save Money, Reduce Risk, Remove Stress, and Keep On Your Journey (with Licensed CPA, Katie Ferro): Episode 50

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Episode 050:

Happy 50th Episode!! Thank you so much for all the support, and getting us this far with over 30,000 downloads to date. (You guys are amazing!) Today I have a special interview for you, of a livestream I did last Friday with Katie Ferro! Katie is a licensed CPA with over 10 years of tax & accounting experience. She’s worked for a local CPA firm focusing on small business clients in all stages of their businesses and has managed the sales tax department of a multi billion dollar company. You are going to want to take notes, because you will learn SO MUCH! And be sure to sign up for her challenge! Let’s dive in.

Takeaways:

  • Katie shares that the numbers side of your business can be overwhelming, but it can be so empowering. Once you get good habits and really dive in, you see where it is you can save money, what you are doing right, and what your last months look like. You can learn from it, and create goals from looking at your numbers.
  • Use your numbers to see how to make improvements and what you can do to make more money!
  • Katie’s tips to keep things simple:
    • 1. Separate business and personal funds.
    • 2. Keep your receipts using Dropbox (or anywhere you can organize it)!
    • 3. Keep a daily journal, spreadsheet, or log. (Miles, where you went, what you did etc)
    • 4. Use some sort of bookkeeping software. (Xero)
  • Sometimes when you’re traveling, you might need to know how long you were there for travel. This is something that over time is important to keep track of.
  • Katie recommends not using paper, it’s too easy to lose when keeping these important notes that could be crucial for tax season.
  • Katie’s challenge starts TODAY! Be sure to check under resources to take part in it.
  • Her fear is that entrepreneurs will not keep track of their deductions. You have to be so organized as an entrepreneur, and it’s so important. Income is so easy to trace, so you have to keep track of your deductions. 
  • A lot of people don’t know what value a CPA can bring. Don’t be afraid to pay some money for major advice. It will be worth it in the long run. Invest in your business, and the things you don’t know.
  • Katie shares that one of her struggles was mindset, and the emotional part of considering her business a business. She shares that it took her a while to come to terms with her business, that it can really make a difference in the online space. She kept seeing free webinars, and worried how she could sell hers. She modeled what I was doing for what her business could do, so she signed up for Impact Blogging Academy (IBA).
  • Confidence and clarity are two things she has seen change since signing up for IBA.
  • Katie says her idea of making an impact is to really change women’s lives, and empower them to go out and make a difference, and start educating entrepreneurs of what she knows about. Using her voice to help other women succeed in their business and beyond.

Highlights:

  • (3:24) A little more about Katie, and how she got started in the business.
  • (5:45) Why entrepreneurs should be excited  about the numbers side of business.
  • (6:54) MY story about paying taxes, and saving this money. My main mistake.
  • (7:30) Katie’s suggestions to reduce your tax bill.
  • (10:10) Katie’s 4 Tips to Keep It SIMPLE!
  • (15:24) What is Trello, and why I use it!
  • (16:24) What can you do to get things under control and clean up your goals and business for the upcoming year?
  • (18:49) Why does Katie worry about today’s entrepreneurs?
  • (22:01) Mistakes Katie sees entrepreneurs making.
  • (26:23) Katie’s biggest struggle so far in her years as an entrepreneur.
  • (28:41) Changes she’s seen in her business since joining Impact Blogging Academy.
  • (31:12) What’s the best book Katie’s ever read?
  • (32:50) What does it mean to Katie to make an impact?
  • (33:29) What is for her? Be sure to sign up for her challenge!
  • (34:06) Where to connect with Katie Ferro, and how to sign up for her challenge!

Quotes:

“The reason you’re in business is to make money, otherwise you wouldn’t be calling it a business”

“Receipts are only there in case you get audited”

“If they don’t keep track of their deductions, they may end up with a big tax bill”

“I had no list before IBA.”

“There’s this huge movement of women empowering women”

“My idea is to really boost it for 2019”

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