ESSENTIAL Lessons I Learned at Tony Robbins Wealth Mastery Event: Episode 031

ESSENTIAL Lessons I Learned at Tony Robbins Wealth Mastery Event: Episode 031

Episode 31 Show Notes

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Today I wanted to share about my experience at Tony Robbins Wealth Mastery Event! I am going to get pretty vulnerable, and have so much to share with you. I learned so much and wanted you to be able to have the opportunity to learn and reflect on it all too!

Takeaways:

  • Tony has really changed my life and my mindset.
  • The best place to start is Tony’s book “Unshakeable”
  • We are all so busy! When was the last time you actually sat down and thought? It seems silly to schedule time to think, but it’s so important. As yourself a question, and implement time to think on it.
  • You need to be setting goals for yourself. Write them out! And get in a peak state- which is jumping around, dance, and get high energy! Stand up when writing your goals, and get hyped!
  • Limiting Beliefs about money: It will all go away. Who am I to have this success? What are they? BULLSHIT.
  • You need to figure out what your TRUTH is. What’s my truth?
    • I am a child of God.
    • God has a plan and a purpose for my life. I am resourceful and can do anything I set my mind to.
    • I surround myself with people who are smarter than me.
    • All I need is within me now.
    • I continue to invest in myself and my education.
    • I lead with integrity and always aim to provide value
    • I’m smart and think strategically
    • I follow my gut
  • Keith Cunningham shares that if you make more than $30,000 you’re earning more than 1/10 of 1% of the world’s population
  • 6 Big Investing Mistakes when Starting a Business

1. Mistake #1 Obsessed with the product. They think  if the product is good enough, they’ll make money.

2. Mistake #2: Speed

3. Mistake #3: Irrational Optimism

4. Mistake #4: No 2nd idea

5. Mistake #5: Operating Skill

6. Mistake #6: Unwilling to pay the price

  • Finances don’t define wealth. If you’re healthy, and happy, aren’t you rich?
  • Core Biz Beliefs:
    1. There’s no such thing as a natural biz owner, you must educate yourself
    2. Pin the tail on the donkey is the silliest way to become successful (get mentors)
    3. Don’t run the wrong direction enthusiastically
    4. In order to do better, you’ve gotta get better. If nothing changes, nothing changes
    5. People with great lives have lots of choices

Thinking questions: 

  • How would I run my business if all of my future growth was by referral only?
  • What don’t I see?
  • How could I serve my people so well they’ll never leave?
  • What skill am I missing?
  • Where have we tolerated mediocrity or lowered our standards?
  • Why do customers buy from us? Why is this strength not sufficient to dominate the competition?
  • What might be the obstacle in the way?
  • Why isn’t my business two times bigger than it is?
  • How big would your business be if you retained all the customers who ever worked with you? RETENTION.
  • Who do I want to buy from me?
  • What must happen to cause them to buy?
  • What could cause them not to buy?

Highlights:

  • (1:43) What is Wealth Mastery?
  • (3:50) Learning about business, and the power of setting aside time to think.
  • (5:10) Some examples of questions you should SCHEDULE to ask yourself.
  • (6:15) Short term, intermediate, and long-term goals: How to set goals in these categories.
  • (8:02) Sharing MY goals with you.
  • (13:01) Money- going over limiting beliefs, and why you should rip them up. They are bullshit.
  • (15:10) Keith Cunninghams breakdown on money.
  • (16:42) 6 Big Investing Mistakes when Starting a Business
  • (21:39) The wealth pyramid.
  • (24:52) Final overview!

My Top Four 1 Year Goals:

Goal #1: Million Dollar Business in 2019 (or more!)

Why: It means I’ve added massive value to my audience, it’ll allow me to fund more charities, have more money to invest and build a house for Rose

Goal #2: House in Senegal for Rose

Why: She needs a place of her own to thrive, it’ll make my hubby happy, we can turn it into a rental property and another revenue stream

Goal #3: Investments earn $1,000 per month or more

Why: It’ll take pressure off of me and the business, it’ll mean I’m intentional about investing and growing more revenue streams

Goal #4: Donate $50,000 or more in 2019

Why: We’ll be able to glorify God, make an even bigger impact on the world. I’ll be living my purpose and mission and it’ll inspire others to give back

Quotes:

Progress is what makes you happy, not achieving the goal.

It’s what you learn after you know everything that really counts. 

You’re not wealthy until you switch from getting to giving. 

Your decisions, not your conditions determine your financial destiny.

Problems are really gifts.

Positive energy is infectious. Negative energy is even more infectious.

Commit to collecting more hearts, not just things because relationships bring true wealth

When you’re in a powerful state, it impacts your story. When you’re in a state of scarcity, no strategies work

Success is getting what you want, fulfillment is giving what you’ve got -Keith Cunningham

“You can’t produce a baby in a month by getting 9 women pregnant” Warren Buffet

“Stupid in small thing, stupid in big things” Warren Buffet wouldn’t do a $20 bet even though he made over $5 BILLION last year

“Anything worth doing is worth doing poorly. Not forever, but at the beginning” Keith Cunningham

Grow and control work inversely. The more control you’re willing to give up, the more growth is available to you. Keith Cunningham

Ordinary things consistently done produce extraordinary results

Roger Bannister ran the 4 minutes mile—belief changes that it was possible

BEFORE you write down your goals, get into peak state! Video on Youtube: tony robbins change your state, but don’t be sitting down. Play music, dance, stand up while writing this!

“Most people over-estimate what they can do in a year and under estimate what they can do in a decade”

Resources:

Books to read: 

Unshakeable by Tony Robbins

The Most Important Thing by Howard Marks

The 4th Turning

Millionaire Success Habits

Be a Real Estate Millionaire

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Ask Rachel Q&A: Episode 028

Ask Rachel Q&A: Episode 028

Episode 28 Show Notes

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Today is an episode of #AskRachel! I’m answering questions all about opt ins, strategies, how Pinterest can grow your business, and get free advertising! Hope you enjoy!

 

Takeaways:

  • You can totally have one Pinterest account, and simply make the boards that are personal ones (recipes, fashion etc) private!
  • Pinterest IS free advertising. One of my students, Kenal, paid over 2,000 on Facebook ads to get traffic to his art, and he ended up getting WAY more traffic for free from using Pinterest, and the conversion rates of customers was higher coming from Pinterest too!
  • Search YOUR NICHE! This will help you find your best boards for Pinterest with your ideal clients.
  • Unless you’re completely changing your brand, maybe it’s best to keep your current blog. If your ideal client doesn’t change, you don’t need to start all over. If it does change, you might want to start from scratch on your content.
  • Online courses is the BEST way to monetize your business.
  • People want to work with YOU. Be sure you’re branding yourself.
  • It takes people a while to actually buy your product. What I always suggest is to create CONTENT about whatever you’re selling. That way you can link your pins to this blog post where they can learn more about you, before they buy.
  • If you send people directly to a sales page, and they’re not ready to buy, they’ll just go right back to Pinterest and click out of your website.
  • Start using Tailwind Tribes right away! You can always schedule more later as you make the content, but don’t wait. It’s better to start small and grow to more.

Highlights:

  • (1:38) Is it better to have personal related boards along with your business ones, or to keep them separate?
  • (2:22) When trying to get in front of as many eyes as possibly, how important is paid advertising vs. free advertising?
  • (4:11) Where is the best place to find group boards for your business?
  • (5:02) If you’re changing directions for your blog, is it better to start a brand new blog and hone your niche, or do you just switch your current blog to better fit your content? Micro shift, or brand new blog?
  • (7:31) Should you make a personal website or keep your company website?
  • (8:40) Is it better to post pins linked to your products, or to your blog?
  • (10:14) How many pins to the original content should you have before you use Tailwind?
  • (10:49) How can you draw in people to your blog instead of straight to a lead page?

Quotes:

“You don’t have to do paid advertising to get results”

“You want to brand YOU”

 

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How Entrepreneurs Can Create a Standout Personal Brand (with Brand Strategist, Isabelle Mercier Turcotte): Episode 026

How Entrepreneurs Can Create a Standout Personal Brand (with Brand Strategist, Isabelle Mercier Turcotte): Episode 026

Episode 26 Show Notes

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Today I’m interviewing Isabelle Mercier, she is the co founder and CEO of Leap Zone Strategies, and host of Leap TV. Isabelle Mercier-Turcotte is a ‘no-nonsense’ dynamo, born to catapult passionate entrepreneurs to build infectious and impactful brands, businesses and lives. As one of North America’s Top Small Business Influencers; best-selling author, TEDx speaker with more than 1.6 Million views, and TV show host, Isabelle’s sole purpose is to empower ONE Million Entrepreneurs to rock their businesses and lives into shape by creating a worldwide “My Life, My Biz, My Way” Movement.

Takeaways:

  • Sometimes the universe works in mysterious ways. Isabelle talks about how she was supposed to be a dancer, and because of her injury she was never able to get back to it. She then went on to study something else which led her to the love of her life, and started her on this course correction to her successful career path.
  • The key to be strong in business is consuming versus creating. People who are successful and people who are not have only one difference, their level of discipline. When you live in creating mode, theres more joy and more fulfillment.
  • The key to branding is to differentiate yourself. You want to leave people knowing what your mission is.
  • Think of how you want people to feel when they see your brand. Isabelle says to get a mentor that knows about what you want your brand to be. You want to look under the hood of what your genius is, and of who you are”
  • Isabelle had turned down the TEDX invitation to talk. She eventually agreed to do it, but talked about how she was nervous, and didn’t want to mess up in front of an audience. Everyone has holdups like this- but it’s when you let go of those holdups that you grow the most.
  • If you want your business to thrive as much as the people you are helping, you need to give it that attention!
  • You need to give as much attention to yourself as your clients.
  • Momentum. Isabelle talks about how important this is. If someone feels activated, that means they will feel empowered to create exactly what they want.
  • You can’t be everyones cup of tea- you need to be exactly who you are and you will attract who you’re meant to work with. If you try to impress everyone, you will loose your genuine tribe.

Highlights:

  • (2:25) A little more about Isabelle.
  • (3:18) How did she get started in the industry?
  • (6:02) The biggest lesson she has learned so far.
  • (7:30) Consuming vs. Creating: What mode do you want to live in?
  • (9:50) Isabelle talks about her Build to Rock program: how to set yourself up for success YOUR way. Not stuck in other peoples mold.
  • (10:45) Branding: Her keys to doing it correctly, and why it is SO important?
  • (12:20) What is your Genius? What is your Promise?
  • (13:40) Isabelle talks about how she built a 7 figure business without a website!
  • (16:50) Brand Promise: how to categorize what you want your brand to promise to people?
  • (17:50) How did Isabelle land a spot on the TEDX Stage?
  • (18:30) Isabelle shares how loosing her train of thought in her TEDX speech ended up being a huge ah-ha moment in her life.
  • (21:23) What does the preparation for TEDX look like?
  • (22:06) Leap TV: What is it, and how does Isabelle use it to teach people to build a brand?
  • (24:42) Isabelle talks about how you need to set up your business for success, and you need to learn to wear many hats, and some of those have to be for yourself.
  • (26:36) Business coaches: Why you need one (or three like Isabelle)
  • (27:42) What made Isabelle decide to go from an offline business, to online?
  • (29:31) Isabelle talks about what team look like, and the importance of people in your business that you can trust.
  • (32:00) What does it mean to Isabelle to make a difference?
  • (35:05) What sets her apart?
  • (36:24) What’s next for Isabelle Mercier?
  • (37:21) How and where to connect with Isabelle!

Quotes:

“There are two things in this life: the pain of discipline, and the pain of regret”

“The key to branding is understanding your mission”

“Understanding the key ingredients of your brand, what your brand stands for, that is what dictates what your look and feel is going to be”

“I built a 7 figure business without a website”

“When you’re in the frame you can’t see the picture”

“You gotta treat yourself like your own best client”

“In order to make a difference, you’ve gotta make a stand”

Resources:

As promised, here are a few links that you might want to share with your community.

FREE INTERVIEW GIFTS;

 

OUR WEBSITES

SOCIAL MEDIA HANDLES

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6 Essential Strategies to Optimize your Blog for Pinterest: Episode 025

6 Essential Strategies to Optimize your Blog for Pinterest: Episode 025

Episode 25 Show Notes

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Today I want to teach you 6 Essential Strategies to Optimize your Blog for Pinterest!

Takeaways:

  • The goal is to get them to your blog, get them on your email list, and get them to become customers! That is the end goal and we want them to stay on your blog and subscribe. Not leave and go right back to Pinterest.
  • If people come from Pinterest to your blog post, you want people to see what ELSE they can learn from you. Create an intro for your blog posts, and act like you’re speaking to a stranger and tell them what you do, and make sure they stick around.
  • You want people to come to your blog and OPT IN! No one wants to subscribe to be on a news letter. You want to add value and have it in the middle of your blog! (Not the bottom) Use pop ups, freebies, and juicy wording.
  • It is so important to have consistency in your blog. You want your audience to know exactly who you are, and give your audience what it is you have to offer. When a Pinner looks around your blog, make sure it is in sync with the initial post that drove people to your blog.
  • People need them to tell you what to do. Make sure it’s very clear in your posts that you want them to opt in, and exactly what your freebie has in store for them once they do! Don’t expect them to know.
  • Your content needs to be helpful, thorough, and leaves the reader wanting more. Give away freebies, and be an open book. You’ll be surprised how much this will people be impressed with you- which in turn will lead to them wanting to learn more from you.
  • People are more often then not scrolling through your blog posts on their phones. So make sure its simple, straightforward, and easy to read.
  • Have headlines and sub headlines so that people can read them easily and correctly!

Highlights:

  • (2:05) Tip #1: Speak as if you’re speaking to a stranger for every blog post.
  • (3:10) Tip #2: Include a place for people to opt in on your blog.
  • (5:08) Tip #3: Make sure your blog has a super clear theme and message.
  • (7:18) Tip #4: Make sure each blog post has a clear call to action for the reader to take. (**This call to action should be for them to opt in- and have them join your email list!)
  • (7:55) Tip #5: Create killer content!
  • (8:29) Tip #6: Make sure your blog posts are very easy to read. (**list formats are typically the best!)

Quotes:

“You can have all the traffic in the world. But if you don’t have your blog optimized in the right way, that traffic will all bounce back to Pinterest”

“There is so much power in having a clearly defined message”

“Give a lot away for free and people will be impressed and they’ll want to see what else they can learn from you”

Resources:

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How to be a Mompreneur and Grow Your Facebook Group (with Allison Hardy): Episode 23

How to be a Mompreneur and Grow Your Facebook Group (with Allison Hardy): Episode 23

Episode 24 Show Notes

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Today’s interview is my good friend Allison Hardy, a business strategist for mompreneurs.  She helps women create businesses of their dreams. Through infusing their business with automation, social media, Facebook lives, and stepping into being an influencer in email marketing, she helps her clients become leading experts in their industries.  Listen to see how she gets Facebook ads for only 85 cents!! If you want to know Facebook ads, this is the episode for you! Enjoy.

Takeaways:

  • Allison shares how Facebook favors groups. Facebook wants to be social and develop a community. Personal profiles and pages do not get as much traction. This helps get 1. Ideal clients, and 2. A trust factor and connection with your audience.
  • Encourage your Facebook group members to talk about THEMSELVES! The more opportunities you give your audience the better. They will become more excited about your group, and it will establish a culture for your members.
  • If you want your Facebook ad to be high converting, you need it to stand out! If you can have an image that pops, it will get people to stop scrolling. You also want a captivating headline!
  • Market research is KEY for reaching your target audience. Look for someone who’s a step ahead of you, with a similar audience, and then that will help you determine the next steps, and how to attract your ideal client. Think of terms and pages they might search.
  • Instagram story ads don’t have to be perfect. Add funny GIFS, be YOURSELF, and be honest. That will attract your ideal client.
  • Allison shares that you should talk like yourself! Don’t make yourself sound formal, or like a marketer. She says to maybe record yourself talking about your products or freebie and just transcribe it. Being genuine is how you’ll attract your tribe!
  • Be the same you in your ads that you are in real life!

Highlights:

  • (2:20) A little more about Allison Hardy, the mompreneur business stratigist.
  • (3:42) Facebook groups: How to use them effectively?
  • (5:25) How does Allison monetize her Facebook groups?
  • (8:02) Can you post too often in your group? How often should you post?
  • (9:06) The secret for high converting Facebook Ads!
  • (11:09) Audiences. How to appeal to your target audience.
  • (14:30) Split Testing! What is it, and why you should use different images, and see what works better for different audiences?
  • (15:28) Lead Costs: How Allison is making a lead for 16, and 85 cents!!
  • (16:05) Instagram story ads…how 15 seconds can be so helpful to attract new clients!
  • (20:18) Retargeting ads, and Facebook pixels. What are they, and how do they work?
  • (22:00) Allison talks about ad conversions. How to switch out your images for specific audience reach.
  • (26:05) Colors- and why your color scheme should match in your ads.
  • (27:54) What does making an impact mean to Allison?
  • (29:48) Talking about organizations to give back to, and how once you make more, you can GIVE more, and why it’s such a huge part of making an impact.
  • (33:04) What’s next for Allison Hardy??
  • (34:14) How can we connect with Allison?

Quotes:

“Regardless if you want to become an influencer or not, as the head of a Facebook group, you’re the person that determines it’s success.”

“Ad agencies can help you do that, but you need to know what works and what doesn’t before you work with them.”

“It’s important that the person who’s in your ad is the person you are in real life.”

“The more that you make, the more you can give.”

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3 Essential Marketing Strategies for Selling Products on Pinterest (with Kenal Louis): Episode 23

3 Essential Marketing Strategies for Selling Products on Pinterest (with Kenal Louis): Episode 23

Episode 23 Show Notes

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I’m going to share how to sell your physical products on Pinterest! I’m sharing my top 3 essential marketing strategies, and then bringing on one of my students Kenal Louis to share his personal story of how his business grew 20x what it started at in just 45 days after completing my course!

Takeaways:

  • Pinterest is a SEARCH ENGINE!
  • Instead of sending traffic to an easy site, send them to your blog. If people don’t like the first thing they see, they will exit the site. However, if it goes to your blog, and your products are all there they are on YOUR site exploring all the different outlets.
  • Use a Facebook helper plugin on your blog post to then bring up adds on peoples Facebook of your product they were looking at on your site.
  • Once people are on your email list, then you can build a relationship with them.
  • Even if you are only selling physical products, you can still make blog posts for your potential clients through using blog posts.
  • Kenal talks about how Pinterest is the key to his success in selling his art.
  • Make an investment in yourself! It was through investing in himself that Kenal saw results. He used hard work and the money he spent as the driving force to push his business to the next level.
  • If you create content around your products, it gives your audience a full array of what you have to offer. Like Kenal says, he doesn’t just post his art, he creates blog posts about the backstory of his art, and why he created it. Having his products also on his blog keeps all the traffic on HIS site, not on a giant platform like Etsy where people can get easily distracted.
  • He spent $2,000 on Facebook ads and his reach was 2.1 million people a month. With Pinterest, he spent $0 and gets consistent 4 million monthly viewers.
  • Kenal suggests that for artists, there is a HUGE market for shirts. He builds brand ambassadors to everyone who buys a shirt. It’s such an easy way to sell consistently and isn’t as pricey as art. It’s helping him build his brand.
  • Being so hungry for results allowed him to work for it, and get it.
  • Having a clear mind, being positive, and having a list of reasonable tasks every day to get done, and meditation, are some tips on how Kenal has really allowed himself to grow in his business and his positive mindset.
  • There is POWER behind writing down and speaking what you are going to do into existence. Manifestation!!
  • Write down your goals in the first person, and have them clearly defined TODAY!!

Highlights:

  • (1:25) Strategies for selling your physical products on Pinterest. (FREE!)
  • (2:30) Strategy #1: Use Pinterest to drive traffic to your blog, not an etsy store.
  • (4:19) Strategy #2: Build your email list!
  • (5:48) Strategy #3: Add value to your potential clients via your blog.
  • (7:37) Kenal’s backstory.
  • (8:10) A little more about how he got into art, and his story.
  • (9:51) How Kenal used social media to sell his art.
  • (12:30) Promotional strategies that Kenal has used to get shoutouts, and exposure.
  • (15:45) Kenal went through my online course in 3 days! He talks about the value of going through the course so fast, and how it jump started his success.
  • (17:09) Kenal shares his results. (3-4million monthly viewers on Pinterest!!)
  • (19:07) What does Kenal Pin??
  • (19:36) The answer to the question: Why is it SO important to create blog content centered around your products??
  • (22:05) Kenal’s sales/numbers: how his sales have gone up in the past month using Pinterest.
  • (23:01) His strategy of monetizing his online sales.
  • (25:10) What happened with his brand? Name recognition? Google?
  • (28:12) Main core strategy recap.
  • (30:39) Habits and discipline that Kenal has added to his career that has made a difference.
  • (34:29) How mindset has made a HUGE difference for Kenal.
  • (38:01) How Kenal uses manifestation and mindset to set goals and accomplish them.
  • (39:40) Talking all about manifesting our goals. Examples on why YOU SHOULD TOO!
  • (41:00) What does it mean to Kenal to make an impact?
  • (44:43) Where can we connect with Kenal

Quotes:

“Most people won’t buy your product the first time they see it”

“Content is KEY”

“Believe in investing in yourself”

“There’s so many uses for the content on Pinterest”

“It’s not just an inspiring thing visually, but for me, having my art in someones home is like…woah… it’s the goal.”

“Don’t allow yourself to be stressed about getting so many things done”

“More than 60% of the traffic I get per month to my site comes from Pinterest”

“You’re not done, you’re just getting started”

“Theres so much significance and power in writing things down that you want to accomplish”

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Rachel Ngom

Entrepreneur, Author, Pinterest Strategist

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hang with me on Insta Stories

Email: clientcare@rachelngom.com

 

“Life is a gift, and it offers us the privilege, opportunity, and responsibility to give something back by becoming more.” Tony Robbins

 

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