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Being a women entrepreneur comes with some unique struggles, the many roles we juggle in our business and our family can create challenges to our time, our well-being and how good we feel about ourselves. Have you ever struggled with feeling guilty when you’re working on your business because you aren’t with your family, only to then feel guilty when you’re with your family because of everything demanding your attention in your business? Do you struggle to serve clients – working 60 to 80 hours a week, but don’t have any money in the bank? If you’ve ever felt chained to your business, with a burning desire for your freedom. Then join me as I interview guests and share my insights from business coaching other women entrepreneurs.I believe that through a healthy and vibrant businesses, we can create and enjoy healthy and vibrant families. I count myself among the few who can build businesses without sacrificing my family. Through this show I will show and prove to other women entrepreneurs that they can as well.Topics of the show include: Time Management and Productivity; Marketing & Sales; Work/Life Balance; Business Building Skills, Business Experts, and Women Entrepreneurs sharing their journeys. Our shows will launch weekly on Tuesdays. If you love our show, please SUBSCRIBE and feel free to leave an honest REVIEW.

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Being a women entrepreneur comes with some unique struggles, the many roles we juggle in our business and our family can create challenges to our time, our well-being and how good we feel about ourselves. Have you ever struggled with feeling guilty when you’re working on your business because you aren’t with your family, only to then feel guilty when you’re with your family because of everything demanding your attention in your business? Do you struggle to serve clients – working 60 to 80 hours a week, but don’t have any money in the bank? If you’ve ever felt chained to your business, with a burning desire for your freedom. Then join me as I interview guests and share my insights from business coaching other women entrepreneurs.I believe that through a healthy and vibrant businesses, we can create and enjoy healthy and vibrant families. I count myself among the few who can build businesses without sacrificing my family. Through this show I will show and prove to other women entrepreneurs that they can as well.Topics of the show include: Time Management and Productivity; Marketing & Sales; Work/Life Balance; Business Building Skills, Business Experts, and Women Entrepreneurs sharing their journeys. Our shows will launch weekly on Tuesdays. If you love our show, please SUBSCRIBE and feel free to leave an honest REVIEW.

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Helpful and really informative. Job well done to you.

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From the content, to the strategies, if you want more health, this is a great place to start!

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By Gisele_Oliveira - May 12 2017
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Helpful and really informative. Job well done to you.

Leslie crushes...

By @ChadGrills - Jan 14 2015
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From the content, to the strategies, if you want more health, this is a great place to start!
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Healthy Business Healthy Family Show with Leslie Hassler

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Rank #1: Take Advantage of Every Opportunity

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Motivational Moments: Take Advantage of Every Opportunity

APRIL 27, 2015 BY LESLIE LEAVE A COMMENT(EDIT)

There are smart ways to grow your business and hard ways to grow your business.   One of the smartest ways to grow your business is to take advantage of every opportunity, and not just in a small way, but in a big way.  For every opportunity that you have to market and sell your business continuously ask yourself, how can I apply the 10x rule to what I am doing.

How can you milk each oppotunity for everything it is worth?

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Apr 27 2015

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Rank #2: The Your Biz Rules of Social Media

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There are RULES in your business that make things simple and easy for you to have a profitable business that gives you the time to enjoy it and the freedom to serve your big purpose.  Leslie Hassler, you’re Your Biz Rules, shares  the RULES of social media- giving you the gift of a getting more done in your business and growing it too.  Listen to this business coaching moment and find out what you might be missing about using outsourcing as a strategy to grow your business.

There are 5 Rules to Using Social Media in Your Business and Today Leslie Hassler goes deep on the how to use social media to grow your business.

R = Regulate

1. Regulate the number of channels your are one.  The social media channels you select should support an measurble goal AND be one where your businesses' clients will likely be.  You also need to regulate your communication so you can be consistent and frequent.  It often takes daily interaction with a social media channel to see momentum build.

U = Understand

2.  Understand not just where your clients or potential clients are, but why they are where they are.  Kristen spoke of the 3 Es of Social Media to education, engage and entertain.  Your messaging needs to meet the needs of your potential clients, not just drive sales.

L = Love It, Let It Go or Leave It

3. If social media isn't your thing, don't force it.  You truly need to love being in the social media environment.  If you don't love it, it will be obvious to your audience and will repel them versus attracting them.  If social media is important to reaching your business goals, then let it go; by delegating to a capable team member or outsource to an expert.  Warning: You still need to know what is going on.  Don't dissappoint a potential client that talks to you all the time on social media by not knowing who they are.

E =  Efficiency Rules!

4. Be efficient.  Develop a system to put social media posts online.  Develop content banks so you are always prepared and use systems like Social Oomph and Edgar to save you time and help you reach your business goals.

S = Success Equals Success

5. Build on the success you see.  When your audience responds, give them more.  Recipes work for you?  Who else could you share that information with?  Questions get great engagement for you?  How could you create a experience every week built around a question to build expectation around your social media.  The social media arena is a great platform to test and measure marketing ideas in your business.

Thank you for joining us today for this business coaching moment.  If you loved the RULE I shared today, be sure to join me for a free webinar on January 28th at www.yourbizrules.com/grow. I’ll be sharing with you the rules to guaranteeing growth in your business, plus you’ll receive the 5 most popular ways to kickstart growth in your business, Be sure to join us next week for our motivational moments on Monday, a great interview with about your business and sales with Joleene . Until then, this is your hosts Leslie Hassler and my dog bailey saying, You don’t have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great.

Jan 23 2015

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Rank #3: Double Your Business in 90 Days

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http://yourbizrules.com/double-your-business-in-90-days-how-to-use-the-5-rules-to-improve-your-sales/ - There are many ways to improve your sales skill and develop a sales funnel. The function of sales is to help your potential clients say yes to themselves and the benefits you offer.

Join Business Growth Coach Leslie Hassler, from her office in Dallas, Texas she shares how to improve your sales skills through learning the 5 Rules of Sales.

In this episode we will cover:

* Discover the shifts happening in the market place that influence your clients* The 5 Rules of Sales* Q&A

Join in on the conversation with us live on Monday's at 1:30 on this page; or subscribe to the show on BLAB.IM at https://blab.im/YourBizRules

Leslie Hassler, Business Growth Coach

Leslie Hassler, owner of Your Biz RULES ™ teaches women business owners how to grow their business to be profitable, sustainable and rewarding. As a business growth coach, Leslie helps smart service-based businesses across industries, avoid the pitfalls and distractions of business to grow into 6 and multiple 6-figure businesses, all without having to sacrifice your personal resources. In her practical and grounded approach, you learn how to zero in on what works, generate results and create a business that is a win for your clients, for yourself and your family.

Leslie’s ability to simplify the complex process of building a business, whether it’s marketing, sales, systems, or just finding time to do it all – you’ll make more progress working with Leslie than you ever did on your own. The strategies and techniques that her client’s implement creates 30% to 200% growth – easily within the next year.

At the end of the day, it’s about creating a business that supports your life, your family. As a mother of two ‘wild & crazy’ boys and wife to her soulmate of 16 years, Leslie understands that creating a healthy profitable business is key to supporting the lifestyle and health of her family.

Feb 17 2016

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Rank #4: Making The Tough Decision of Staying At Home

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Pamela Zimmer, Author & Mother, Episode 17

Join Guest Pamela Zimmer, author of Reclaim The Joy of Motherhood as we discuss the decision that women make to either stay-at-home or maintain their positions in corporate and entrepreneur.  Pamela specializes in helping other mothers navigate through the journey of postpartum depression.  Leslie & Pamela also share tips for handling depression, balancing your family and business and having the confidence to make the best decisions for yourself.

BIO:

Pamela Zimmer is a Stay-at-Home Mom, #1 bestselling author & speaker, dedicated to bringing awareness to and supporting women with Postpartum Depression. She has two beautiful boys, Zackery and Brayden, and a loving husband, Will. As with most women, there is more to Pamela than just being a Mom. She was an Architect by profession and after more than thirteen years of working in the industry, seven of which she ran her own successful business, Pamela took a leap of faith to follow her heart. She had always wanted to have a successful career, but she couldn’t ignore her true passion and life purpose of being a Stay-at-Home Mom. Just before her second son was born, Pamela quit her career for Motherhood.

The decision was one of the hardest she had ever had to make, but it was also one of the most rewarding. Being able to stay home and care for her children was what she wanted more than anything. What Pamela didn’t anticipate was the struggle she encountered with Postpartum Depression. She thought she was prepared for it, being proactive in her determination not to “get it.” What she didn’t realize was that Postpartum Depression is not anything you can predict, prevent or even really prepare for.

On her blog, Stories of A Mom, Pamela writes about her experience with Postpartum Depression, as well as every day experiences and inspirations with her two boys. A bestselling author, she finds joy in her writing, and is not afraid to be honest (because sometimes life isn’t always pretty). Pamela has truly found healing and peace through her writing, and she invites you to be a part of her journey both through her blog and with her book, Reclaim The Joy of Motherhood. By sharing her story Pamela hopes to inspire other women who are ready to make a big life change, as well as providing support for women going through Postpartum Depression. She is always willing to listen, and is never afraid to speak from her heart.

 [Time Stamp 5:20] Pamela describes the her architectural firm that she owned,  he decision process and the reasons she decided to make the decision to become a stay-at-home mom.

[Time Stamp 9:10] Leslie and Pamela discuss the difficulty of making the decision of whether you choose whether to be a stay-at-home or not. They shared their experiences with motherhood and the choices they make.

[Time Stamp 14:00] When you make a past investment into your career or business, it can be easy to feel guilty about making a change.  Leslie shares her viewpoint on making a change.

[Time Stamp 15:00] Pamela shares her story of being diagnosed with postpartum depression after the birth of her second child and the realization of how much the postpartum depression had been in her life since the birth of her first child.

[Time Stamp 20:00] Leslie and Pamela talk about the thoughts and reasoning that you can go through when you don’t feel justified in feeling sad.  The realizations that you make when you are in depression and how it different it can look after recovery  

[Time Stamp 23:18] Pamela talks about her book, Reclaim The Joy of Motherhood. And in comparison to the other books on postpartum depression, how the book she wrote became the book she wished she had to read during her recovery.

[Time Stamp 26:28] Pamela shares the tips and strategies from Reclaim The Joy of Motherhood.  These strategies are the one that she walks each of her clients through to create a foundation for recovery.

[Time Stamp 32:32] Pamela shares how she is using the Happy Mommy Method to recover from postpartum and how this develops a long-term solution and skills to show Moms that they are not alone and that there is more to life after postpartum.

[Time Stamp 34:30] Pamela shares some tips if you believe a friend is suffering from postpartum depression and how you can be there for them.

Pamela’s Parting Words

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Follow your heart whatever it is. If you have a big decision or big choice to make, don’t be afraid of it.  Because the greatest things always happen when you have a breakthrough after the moment of feeling uncomfortable.  If you hold back and don’t follow your heart, you will never have the courage to bust through whatever is making you uncomfortable.  You never know where it will lead you.

LINKS:

Begin your journey of healing now, with Pamela’s 3 FREE GIFTS:

“Postpartum Depression - Fact or Fiction?” (a surprising quiz for anyone who wants to test their knowledge on PPD),“30 Daily Affirmations to Achieve Balance and Fulfillment” (a pdf to help you become your best each day), and the eBook “From Business Success to Parenting Fulfillment: A Woman’s Journey to Motherhood” (in which she shares strategies for creating and implementing a bigger plan).30 Days of Affirmations

www.loveandmommyhugs.com

Thank you for investing your time with us on the Healthy Business Healthy Family Podcast Show.  For more resources and show notes, head over to YourBizRules.com/pamela10.  Join us next episode as we talk Kristen Robinson with KR Design.  She’ll be sharing her expertise with social media, the misconceptions that entrepreneurs have and the tips and strategies to make it your own. Until then, this is your hosts Leslie Hassler and my dog bailey saying, She never looked nice, she looked like art and art wasn’t supposed to look nice; it is supposed to make you feel something.

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Jan 14 2015

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Rank #5: How is Your Emotional Attitude?

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Join Leslie Hassler with Your Biz Rules for today's business coaching moment. Emotion plays an important role in your ability to be successful and can be one of the determining factors to whether you are able to realize success.

Leslie goes into the role emotion plays in your business, how to manage it and the tips and strategies to experience the emotion and improve it so that you are able to maximize your up-time and minimize your down-time.

Thank you for investing your time with us on the Healthy Business Healthy Family Podcast Show.  If you loved today’s episode, be sure to join me for my Rules of Growing Your Business Webinar at www.yourbizrules.com/grow.  And as an instant bonus, you’ll receive my 5 most popular rules to kickstarting the growth in your business. Be sure to join me on Monday for your motivational Moments 5 minutes to start your week off right.

Jan 16 2015

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Rank #6: Double Your Business in 90 Days

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Do you feel frustrated every time you look at your budget and don’t see how you could possibly fund growth in your business?  There are 4 points of leverage in your business, and money is one of them.  Join Business Growth Coach Leslie Hassler & guest Jenny Kassan, from her office in Dallas, Texas as we share how to leverage other people’s money to grow your business. In this episode we will cover:

  • The 4 Points of Leverage To Grow Your Business
  •  The 6 components of Money Leverage
  • Learn About the Types of Funding and Who they are good for
  • Q&A

Subscribe to the show on BLAB.IM https://blab.im/YourBizRules.

More about Our Guest on the Double Your Business in 90 Days Show
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Jenny has two decades of experience as an attorney and advisor for mission-driven enterprises.

She has helped her clients raise millions of dollars and raised several hundred thousand for her own business. Jenny serves her clients in the areas of business start-up, entity structuring to preserve mission, enterprise finance, securities regulation, investment crowdfunding, nonprofit law, and cooperatives.

In 2010, Jenny co-founded Cutting Edge Capital, a consulting firm that helps social ventures raise community capital and pioneers tools for a more inclusive and values-driven economy.  Jenny served as Cutting Edge Capital’s CEO for five years.

Jenny earned her J.D. from Yale Law School and a masters degree in City and Regional Planning from the University of California at Berkeley.

Prior to beginning her work in securities and finance, Jenny worked for eleven years at a nonprofit community development corporation in Oakland, where she served as staff attorney and managed community economic development projects including the formation and management of several social ventures designed to employ and create business ownership opportunities for low-income community residents.

Jenny is the President of Community Ventures, a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the economic and social development of communities.  She also co-founded the Sustainable Economies Law Center, a nonprofit that provides legal information to support sustainable economies.

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Jan 30 2016

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Rank #7: How To Be Unstoppable In Your Business

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Tish Times – How To Be Unstoppable In Your Business

BIO:

Tish Times brings a sense of purpose and authenticity back to networking. She works with companies and entrepreneurs who aren’t effectively leveraging networking as a tool to grow business and increase profits so that they can confidently engage their ideal clients.  Tish combines her results-driven business brain with her compassionate personal side as the owner of HireTimes Training & Coaching Group. She combines proven strategies with inter-personal awareness to create effective networking plans that produce results while still feeling natural. Through her signature program, the Unstoppable Confidence Networking System, Tish helps clients develop customized networking strategies that produce unparalleled results, and build genuine connections.

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SHOW NOTES

[Time Stamp 03:10]: Listen as Tish starts off the show by comparing business networking with personal relationships, and knowing how to pace the conversations. Leslie and Tish discuss other common mistakes entrepreneurs tend to make when networking, and being self-aware of the message you are sending.

[Time Stamp 6:50]: As simple as following up is, Leslie and Tish discuss why it tends to be a problem for most people. Tish gives great advice on developing a networking system which will includes all aspects of networking to help you minimize the chance of missing any opportunities. Tish shares the elements of the system that makes following up truly effective, and a time frame for each follow-up step.

People will buy from a personal connection, don’t be afraid to create it. @TishTimes shares #networking gold CLICK TO TWEET

[Time Stamp 14:05]: Tish shares how you can sort out different relationships while networking. She explains that having an open mind about different personalities will help you seize more opportunities. Even if they don’t seem like a customer for your business, that individual could be a great joint venture partner or a great referral. Tish also explains how knowing the right queues and key words will help you distinguish what type of relationship you will be starting.

[Time Stamp 20:50]: Tish gives direct pointers to entrepreneurs on how to strengthen their networking skillsets. She explains the importance of having a plan, and knowing your audience for that plan. Setting goals with actual numbers will help all entrepreneurs track their progress, and help self-motivate themselves on reaching personal goals.

Networking is emotional, it’s never “just #business”, hear more from @TishTimes CLICK TO TWEET

[Time Stamp 24:09]: Tish shares what our networking persona is, and how we are able to control it more than what people believe. Our networking persona boils down to what our intentions are, and Leslie and Tish share how self-reflecting before any networking event will help you clearly determine your intentions. Tish also talks about her take on “elevator speeches”, and how to quickly engage someone’s interest to your services/business.

[Time Stamp 29:30]:  Tish emphasizes on the importance of emotionally connecting with people, before you get into any type of business conversation. Tish gives examples on how connecting emotionally with others first has left an imprint in her head about that person.

[Time Stamp 31:20]: Tish shares tips on what you can do if you feel like it’s too late to follow up with someone, a brilliant method she calls the reconnection week!

It’s never too late to follow up. Use the #ReConnectionWeek method! Gr8 tips from @TishTimes CLICK TO TWEET

[Time Stamp 35:00]: Tish shares her FREE audio CD: 7 Networking Mistakes that Decrease Your Net Worth. Tish also talks about her conference: The Unstoppable Networking Conference held in Phoenix Valley in September 2015.

*Tish mentions how you can get $100 off for the conference by just downloading her CD!

Tish’s Parting Words [Time Stamp 39:30]:

“Don’t feel like you have to be someone else in order to be successful. We should all be able to learn from other entrepreneurs, but at the end of the day people want to be around you when you are genuine and authentic. Be yourself, and know that’s more than enough!”

 

LINKS

7 Networking Mistakes That Decrease Your Net Worth

The Unstoppable Networking Conference

More on Tish Times

Jul 29 2015

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Rank #8: The Road To Recovery & The Power of Healing Daily

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Rachel Crawford, Teamotions

Join our guest today, Rachel Crawford with Teamotions.  Rachel brings her story of a business that came into life as a part of the healing process after the premature deaths of her twin daughters.  Leslie and Rachel discuss the resiliency that is required to come back from loss and grief, whether it is in your business or your life.  Rachel shares her experience and how she launched two businesses and helps others recovery from grief and move into a state of healing.

BIO:Rachel Crawford is a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist and grief and healing educator, founder of Heal By Choice, and co-founder and tea creator at Teamotions. Helping people heal their hearts is her passion and profession. She wears her own healed heart on her sleeve for the world to see.

Teamotions is a revolutionary emotional well-being company that has transformed a simple cup of tea into a truly healing experience by using adaptogens and other powerful healing herbs in every blend. Adaptogens are remarkable herbs that are scientifically proven to boost immunity, restore balance and vitality, and improve the body's response to stress. Used daily our award-winning whole-leaf organic teas foster and support emotional well-being in every way.

The inspiration for Teamotions came after her twin daughters Aubrey and Ellie died in 2008 just a few weeks after they were born. Together with her sister Crystal Tenpenny, we are on a mission to share our message of hope and healing through tea.

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[Time Stamp 3:40] Rachel shares more about her role as a healer and a grief recovery specialist and why she is passionate about

Tweetable: I knew I wanted healing, but there was a huge gap btwn wanting 2 heal & knowing how to heal. @teamotions founder shares, www.yourbizrules.com/rachel26

[Time Stamp 5:17] Rachel talks about the death of her daughters and the birth of her business, the role of tea in the healing process and the benefits of adaptogens.

[Time Stamp 8:25] Rachel talks about how the creation of the Teamotions as a business, gave her tangibility and a tool that helped her heal at a heart level.

Tweetable: I got a lot of comfort from helping other people heal.  Sometimes knowing UR not alone makes all the difference, hear more www.yourbizrules.com/rachel26

[Time Stamp 12:55] Rachel talks about the role that knowing the ‘why’ and the mission of the business adds to the strength of focus of the business.  She shares the role that intuition plays in balancing the advice and the commercial aspects of running a business.

Tweetable: A deep passion & a specific goal keeps @Teamotions focus, but we’ve learned about intuitive business as well. Hear more www.yourbizrules.com/rachel26

[Time Stamp 16:54] Once the she accepted the ultimate responsibilities of running her business with faith to her values, her passion and her purpose – Rachel shares the strengths that the responsibility has given Teamotion to stay true to their paths, turn down opportunities and find better opportunities in their business. She explains how the pain and loss of her children has changed her concept of risks.

[Time Stamp 20:55] Rachel talks about how she has taken the intangible process of healing and giving the people the tangibility of tea.  Rachel explains how grief is the result of a loss in your life, from death to retirement; it is a very complex emotion.  And for that reason grief is very abstract. Rachel describes how people can feel when they are in the grieving process and the tangible tea can empower people to move through the healing process.

[Time Stamp 26:11] Rachel talks about the power that we have to recover from grief doesn’t mean that you have to go alone, but it is about the giving ourselves permission to heal first; and then getting the support to go through the process with partners, friends and family.

Tweetable: The risk I am taking in my business, isn’t unrecoverable for me.   I choose to go big. @teamotion

 [Time Stamp 28:30] Leslie and Rachel talk about the communal value of tea and how the process of drinking tea truly support her mission of healing hearts.  Rachel talks about how the power of the tea helps us staying in our hearts versus staying in our heads

[Time Stamp 32:45] Rachel shares some additional myths that we have around healing.   

 [Time Stamp 37:55] Rachel shares the steps to making healing a daily and weekly process. She talks about the struggles that men and women have in the healing process. Rachel talks about the re-education that we need concerning recovering from grief. She talks about the importance of relationships and the importance of focusing on the heart.

Rachel Parting Words –

I would like to encourage that there is a big difference internally between being overwhelmed and being emotionally depleted.  If we can keep our focus to keeping our heart healthy and full, we will be better enabled to handle the stresses of life. Reminding ourselves that our hearts matter, we aren’t trying to reach some state of bliss, we are just trying to do a better job at taking care of our hearts on a daily basis.

LINKS:

Visit www.healbychoice.com for hope, support, and tools for your healing journey. Or attend one of my Heal By Choice Retreats to learn how to tend to your heart and foster heart-healing for a lifetime.

So, whether you need healing for yourself or are looking to equip your church, organization, or business with powerful tools for emotional well-being reach out to me. I'd be honored to help you. Together we will get to the heart of the matter.

Contact me at rachel@teamotionstea.com or healbychoice@gmail.com

“ All we have control over is how we choose to respond to all of the things we do not have control over.”

Feb 04 2015

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Rank #9: Episode 88: Double Your Business in 90 Days – How To Find Your Ideal Client

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Defining An Ideal Client is a hard process for many business owners.  In business you'll find that it is definitely a process that develops over time.  Join Business Growth Coach Leslie Hassler, from her office in Dallas, Texas; as she shares how you can double your business in the next 90 days by better defining your ideal client.  Along with Guest, Sabine Messner of Soul Purpose Branding; we will cover:

  1. What an Ideal Client is
  2. Defining the Ideal Client Target
  3. Mistakes You Make With Your Ideal Client
  4. Q&A

Join in on the conversation with us live at Monday 1/11 at 1:30 PM CST on this page; or subscribe to the show on BLAB.IM .

More about Today’s Guest on the Double Your Business in 90 Days Show

Sabine Messner: BOTTLE YOUR SOUL INTO YOUR BRAND AND SKYROCKET YOUR BUSINESS

Known as The Wizard of Soul Purpose Branding®, Sabine Messner is on a mission to stop the rampant cookie-cutter niching in the expert industry, by helping Spirit-Led entrepreneurs put their soul into their brand, and get their business on purpose.

Sabine’s branding magic is said to be ‘pure medicine’ for people’s souls, businesses as well as their bottom-lines. She helps her clients unlock their innate wisdom, and fuels it into innovative, visionary and dynamic business expressions that are a not only financially rewarding but deeply fulfilling. She calls that Soul Purpose Wealth™.

Sabine is a soul purpose trailblazer in her own right. Having followed her own sacred calling she emigrated from Europe in the mid nineties to launch her dream life and career in the United States. As a mesmerizing keynote speaker, an international retreat facilitator and bestselling co-author, an award winning Wired Web pioneer, she catapults her clients to the leading edge of the new paradigm. Blending the Strategic with the Sacred, Sabine has extensively studied with world-renowned teachers at the leading edge of consciousness as well as with Peruvian and Tibetan healers and shamans who are still a secret.

Sabine holds a M.A. in Visual Communication (Magna Cum Laude) from The Berlin University of the Arts. She is the CEO of Soul Purpose Branding® and the founder of the Soul Purpose Wealth™ Retreats where clients rebirth their life and business from within the new Prosperity Consciousness. Sabine lives blissfully in Paradise Valley-Phoenix, Arizona with her soul mate husband and her soul mate cat-son. Learn more about Sabine and discover how you can be positioned as a multi-dimensional leader in your divine legacy at www.soulpurposebranding.com/

Related Blog Posts:

How to Find Your Ideal Client:

Searching for the Ideal Client in Your Business  

Are you ready to kick start the growth in your business?

Grab your free gift - 169 Ways to Double Your Biz in 90 days. These tools are the same tools Leslie uses with her clients to cut through all the hype and simply find the best way, the easiest way for you to grow your business. http://yourbizrules.com/169-ways-to-grow-your-business/

Jan 19 2016

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Rank #10: The Rules to Solving Problems in Your Business

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Being a proactive problem solver in your business is key to having a business that can innovate and grow at crazy rates.  If you are tired of the problems in your business, tired of putting out fires all day long, then listen to Leslie Hassler’s Business Coaching Moment.

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BE RELENTLESS VIGILANT

Adopt a Zero-Tolerance to habits and practices that create problems.  If you tolerate the processes, habits and practices that create problems, you tolerate the problems.  If you are tired of putting out fires, stop giving them the opportunity to start.  The easiest way to solve a problem is not to allow it a chance to happen first.

UNDERSTAND THE FINANCIAL 360

When it comes to problems, we let the perceived past investment or future cost of the solution stop us from tackling the problem. But that is only part of the financial impact in your business.  What else is the problem costing you?  What opportunities are you missing by dealing and being distracted by the problem?  If the problem is only costing you pennies a day, what is the compound effect of that financial leak in your business?

LET GO OF THE SOURCE OF THE PROBLEM

Typically the problems in our business have a source.  Is it software or tool based?  Is it people based?  Listen to hear my suggestion for letting go of the source whether it is a client or employee creating a problem; or even if it is you as the entrepreneur who is creating the problem.

EASE, NOT EMOTION

When problem solving at the micro stage is a part of our viligance, the problem solving is simple, it is easy.  You don’t have fires to put out because you put out the embers the moment they take flame.  Emotion around problems is often time the fuel for the fire for them.  When the emotion and fear is gone, solving the problem is not about heaviness and isn’t hard.  It is just easy.

SIMPLIFICATION FACTOR

Don’t let the simplicity of the problem or of the solution beguile you.  Often times our greatest growth in our business comes from the simplification factor.  This is a two-fold principle that the more things are simple, the less problems arise, but at the same time, simple solutions can yield big results.

May 15 2015

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Rank #11: Business Is All About The Benjamins

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Howdy!  Welcome to today’s motivational moment in business.  Guess what, It is all about the Benjamins.

Yep.  That’s what I said.  It is all about the money.

Hard to believe – we’ve been programmed time and time again to say, “Oh, it’s not about the money, I just want to serve others.”

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But let’s get real just for a moment.  You are in a “Business”.  My favorite definition of a businesshas always been a ‘healthy and profitable venture that can work without you.”  I fully believe that if that isn’t your goal – then all you have is a job.

If you’re ok with it, I’m ok with it.  Let’s just not camouflage it as anything else.

Dictionary.com even agrees.

Business – 

  1. The purpose and sale of goods in an attempt to make a profit.
  2. A person, partnership, or corporation engaged in commerce,manufacturing, or a service;profit-seeking enterprise or concern.

There is that profit word again.  Just in case you are wondering, to be profitable that means that there is money left over after you’ve paid your expenses AND yourself.

And cash coming in the door doesn’t mean that there’s profit left in the bank. Sorry, that’s just a #businesstruth.

A little tough love this morning.  Why?

Because, if you are going to truly serve people; if you are truly going to improve the world and leave it better than how you found it…you have to have a healthy profitable business to do so.

If you truly want to serve people and it’s not about the money – then go volunteer – you’ll save yourself a lot of frustration about not having enough to be successful in business.

The biggest mind-opening thought I have ever come to understand is this.

Ask any nonprofit.  They will tell you.  They love to have you volunteer – but what really empowers them is your monetary gifts.  They can have a greater impact when there is the money to fund the infrastructure.

Consider Maslow’s Heirachy of needs.  In order to satisfy the needs of others, you must first satisfy your needs first.  It’s basic human nature.

It’s ok to be focused on the money.  I’m not talking about going all scrooge on me.  It’s is that today I wanted to give you permission to say that it is all about the Benjamins. That I do my best work, and serve my clients to the best of my ability by having a healthy and profitable business.  And when I have benjamin’s left over, I can truly begin to serve others and improve the world.

Jul 27 2015

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Rank #12: How To Create A Productive Environment in Your Business

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Barbara Hemphill – Create a Productive Environment in Your Business

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Barbara Hemphill is passionate about helping people eliminate the physical, digital, emotional and spiritual clutter so they can accomplish their work and enjoy their lives.

Frequently referred to as “The Paper Tiger Lady,” Barbara started her company in 1978 with a $7 ad in a New York City newspaper. As her business grew, so did her vision. She wanted to be able to offer other women the same opportunity that she had: a business of their own that could provide a lucrative income with flexible hours, doing something they love. Today, Productive Environment Institute includes an international team of Certified Productive Environment Specialists whose mission is to help individuals and businesses transform how they work and live.

Barbara’s books include Taming the Paper Tiger series, Love It or Lose It: Living Clutter-Free Forever, and Organizing Paper @Home: What to Toss and How to Find the Rest. She has been featured on Today Show, Good Morning America, in Reader’s Digest, Fast Company, and New York Times

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[Time Stamp 02:15]: Listen as Leslie gives Barbara a great introduction on her different aspects of life! Barbara starts off the episode by talking about how common over-stressing is, and how being unorganized is one of the main causes for the problem. Barbara explains how being unorganized hinders our responsiveness, which can highly effect both our personal and business lives. 

[Time Stamp 10:00]: Barbara discusses how to work the independent system for entrepreneurs and why outsourcing your work is worth the time saved, and the money spent. Barbara also talks about how to find the root of your problem when it comes to organization and how her company aids with both physical and digital clutter. Barbara shares on how to create a filing system to help with different types of clutters, where everything is organized and accessible at the same time.

To help with your organization, find & be aware of your decision making system. @barbhemphill shares more here CLICK TO TWEET

[Time Stamp 17:30]:  Barbara explains her SYSTEM acronym they use in the program, which stands for Saving You Space Time Energy and Money. Barbara mentions the different types of programs, such as the 8-hour miracle (for cluttered desks) and the magic six. Barbara explains how organizing should be looked at as an art, and not a chore.

[Time Stamp 20:20]: Barbara gives a full overview on what the magic six is, and how it works. Leslie and Barbara discuss how the freedom of choosing your own organization methods help people stay more invested. She talks about the importance of using the right tools when organizing, and how sometimes the obvious tools may not always be the best for your situation (such as binders/filing cabinets).

Having a specific place for your business tools will help you focus @barbhemphill shares #businesstips CLICK TO TWEET

[Time Stamp 25:00]: Barbara gives specifics on what type of organization issues she helps resolve, from finding the right tools, to helping clients re-do their work spaces. Barbara talks about clients in the past that she was able to aid by choosing the best organization method based on their business and personal situation.

[Time Stamp 29:40]: Barbara talks about how much time you can really save by being organized. She mentions how you can balance your data on both digital and physical paper, and still be organized. Barbara discusses some of her personal methods she uses for staying organized in business, and how she is treating the transfer method of switching from physical paper to digital.

[Time Stamp 32:48]: Barbara shares the 4 questions you can ask to test if you are organized; 1) Does your method work? 2) Do you like it? 3) How does your method affect other people (family, friends, and business associates)? 4) Can I recover quickly? These 4 questions will help you stay aware of your current organization techniques, and how they are effect your life.

[Time Stamp 38:10]: Barbara shares the services she offers from her short and long term coaching session as well as the upcoming retreat; Less Clutter, More Business.

Find YOUR balance of digital copies and physical copies of data. @barbhemphill shares more here. CLICK TO TWEET

Barbara’s Parting Words [Time Stamp 46:35]:

“I encourage you to ask yourself does this method/tool/object help me accomplish my work or enjoy my life? If that method or item does not benefit your business, or does not fulfill your enjoyment needs, then I would define it as clutter. However even though it may not benefit you, it could benefit someone else in your community.”

“One man’s trash, is another man’s treasure”

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Less Clutter More Life

Barbara Hemphill

Jul 22 2015

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Rank #13: Understanding Wrestling With God

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Join host, Leslie Hassler as she shares a personal story and current time in her life where she is wrestling with God, and understanding the process of putting faith into what we feel called to do and being angry when the results are not what we want or the struggle seems harder than it should be.

Jul 20 2015

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Rank #14: How To Write A Book of Worth To Market Your Business

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Dr. Angela E. Lauria – The Author Incubator, key to writing your perfect book.

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Dr. Angela E. Lauria is the founder of The Author Incubator and host of the popular Book Journeys Radio and ^Page UP^ podcasts. She has been helping people free their inner author since 1994 and has created 85 bestselling authors in the last 18 months. She is the author of the bestselling book The Difference: 10 Steps to Writing a Book that Matters. Her clients have been seen everywhere from Vanity Fair to O Magazine to the Today Show. She lives in Washington DC with her son, Jesse, and the world’s hungriest cat.

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[Time Stamp 03:10]: Angela shares the different types of communications, such as the public side including journalism and public relations as well as the personal psychology side. But no matter what aspect of communication you are dealing with, Angela believes that “there is no such thing as truth, and communication is impossible”.  Angela also shares her experience with working for different authors helping in book marketing, ghost writing, fact checker, and as a researcher.

[Time Stamp 8:40]: Angela gives her take on the growing trend of people becoming authors. She shares the importance of knowing the power of words, as well as how to use them. She also shares how other people will change their perspective of you after writing a book, whether you were already an expert in the subject or not. Leslie and Angela also discuss the process of writing a book with real meaning and content to change the reader’s life.

It’s not always what words you use, but how you use them. #author #enterpreneur @alauria shares more here! CLICK TO TWEET

[Time Stamp 13:30]:  Angela talks about the publishing industry, and how Amazon has built great tools to help authors out (for both E-books & Hard copies). She talks about Amazon’s system, where authors can get free exposure by publishing through them. She shares her great insight on the difference between NY Times best seller, and Amazon best seller authors and many more great tips about the industry.

[Time Stamp 19:00]: Leslie and Angela discuss the process of writing a great book. She shares the common mistake most people make when starting to write a book, and the importance of planning out your book before you just start writing. Leslie and Angela also talk about how knowing your specific target audience will help your vision stay clear throughout the whole process.

We need to meet our readers where they are, and not force them. @alauria explains the goal for #author success CLICK TO TWEET

[Time Stamp 22:35]: Angela shares what her 3-day workshop is about and how the average process of writing a book only takes 16-24 hours! She discusses her process with authors on finding their target readers, on what their take of a successful book is, and how to help their ideas get on paper.

[Time Stamp 30:30]: Angela shares a tip on attaining the right motivation, and how to keep it throughout the whole process of writing. She talks about writing on what has happened/happening now, and not to worry about future content because you can always write another book. She mentions how the first one will be the toughest to get through, but once you have done it, you will be familiarized of the process.

[Time Stamp 34:55]: Angela shares what her program, the Author Incubator is about, and how she helps authors go from just ideas to an actual product. Her great program includes editing, design, marketing, book launch, building 1st product and many more steps and strategies to help authors give birth to a product they are truly proud of. She shares the two different types of programs available to best fit your needs.

Now is the time to write the book you were born to write. @alauria inspires #entrepreneurs & #speakers CLICK TO TWEET

Angela’s Parting Words [Time Stamp 38:50]:

“Don’t let your book take up brain space. Either do it, and commit to it or choose not to do it. Don’t break a promise to yourself every day, because that will make a difference, whether you have a book or not”.

Jul 15 2015

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Rank #15: Who Do You Need To Be?

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Have you ever considered that in order to make all your plans and desires successful, you might need to become a better version of yourself to make it happen?  Join Leslie for Today's Motivational Moment in Business, as she invites you to consider who you need to be in order to have all that you want in your business.

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Be The Person You Need to be to have the future you desire

Have you ever thought about that?

That is actually what I believe is one of the fundamental roles of coaching.  Anytime one of a client has the desire to grow, it is crucial to help guide them through the transformation of becoming a better version of themselves to make it a reality.

Think of it this way.

You are great exactly who you are. 

Who you are has gotten you to where you are – for better or for worse.

Are you content staying here?  The point in which you are?

Or do you have desires past today, past where you are in this moment.

To travel that path, to commit to that journey – who do you need to be to get there?

Sometimes the be is skill related.  I need to be a better manager of my business.  I need to be better at sales. Some times the be is more mindset related.  I need to be more confident.  I need to be a believer.  I need to be a dreamer.

Sometimes, it is taking things on a moment by moment basis. Who do I need to be in this moment to stay true to the vision, to stay true to who I say I want to be in my life?

Everyday you get the chance to be a better version of yourself.  The question is, do you take advantage of it?

For today’s show notes page, head to www.yourbizrules.com/mm80

Jul 13 2015

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Rank #16: How To Be Successful In Business Together

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When you are in a committed relationship you are, in a sense, in business together – the business of life. Whether you actually work together or not you can learn a lot by taking a peak behind the curtains and learn secrets to being richer together – in life, love and your work. Check out my interview as Relationship and Intimacy Experts, Drs. Rob and Janelle Alex, Ph.D. share not only their insight and knowledge, but powerful wisdom!

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Drs. Rob + Janelle Alex, Ph.D. – Experts in Relationship + Intimacy Dynamics

BIO:

Experts in relationship and intimacy dynamics, Drs. Rob + Janelle Alex, Ph.D. are mentoring couples around the globe. They recently released their new book, Richer Together: Secrets for Working, Living and Loving Side-by- Side. Passionate about married dating, Secret Animal Powers, and Transcendent Lovemaking™ Rob and Janelle are obliterating long-standing relationships myths.

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[Time Stamp 02:45]: Listen as Leslie introduces both our guests today, Dr. Rob and Janelle Alex, Ph.D. They talk about their own journeys of entrepreneurship, and how they later converged after getting married. Rob and Janelle Alex talk about buying back the old family bowling alley business, which started off great however suffered as the economic crisis emerged.

[Time Stamp 7:45]: Janelle and Rob share what they learned after getting out of their bowling business, and how much they learned about each other. They share the importance of always putting your relationship first, no matter what type of business you may be involved with. Having a business as a couple isn’t easy, and Janelle shares the different aspects to be conscious of such as sharing responsibilities, focusing on each other’s strengths as well as weakness.

Let go the need 2 B right, & appreciate a different perspective. Tips from @janelledalex #PowerCouple #RichTogether CLICK TO TWEET

[Time Stamp 12:30]: Leslie discusses the concept of “I’m not only a CEO of my business, but also my household” with Rob and Janelle. They discuss how the importance of knowing how to balance business and house chores together as one big business. They share some great tips on scheduling, and how to handle last minute add-ons to your fix schedules, and great tools such as Google Calendar. Rob and Janelle also share tips on how to keep all your problems light, and to always have fun at the end of the day.

[Time Stamp 24:45]: Rob and Janelle discuss ways on keeping their relationship strong, and connected through all the distractions we have in this day and age. Janelle talks about how important it is to spend time apart as it is to be together, as it keeps mystery and a surprise element to the relationship. Rob mentions how doing something completely different and getting out your comfort zone will build a stronger bond for both you and your partner.

If U aren’t enjoying UR commitments, what is the purpose of exhausting ur resources on it? #Gr8Wisdom @janelledalex CLICK TO TWEET

[Time Stamp 30:00]: Janelle talks about the concept of earmarking marriage money. Where no matter where you are financially as a couple, it is important to put aside a percentage of your money to invest in yourselves as a couple. This strategy will help you always have resources available whether that is coaching, or going out for a comedy show.

 [Time Stamp 34:50]: Rob talks about the importance of putting focus and effort on your intimacy and sex life, as it can affect the energy levels of the entire household, and business to change in a positive way. Rob talks about how not to be afraid of bringing in laughter inside your sex life and other intimate aspects of your relationship, this can bring positive energy vibrations to your kids and other family members in the household.

[Time Stamp 38:25]: Janelle shares that it is important for women to set aside the masculine energy such as the competitive and business side so that they can properly connect with their feminine side which will cause in greater sexual energy and also just feeling stronger and confident.

[Time Stamp 42:30]: Rob and Janelle share a quick synopsis of their book, Richer Together. The book is on interviews of other successful couples, who are also involved with a business. The book has great insights on different approaches on keeping a perfect balance on relationship and business. As well as a wide range of interviews giving diversity in the business backgrounds.

U can create as many businesses as U desire, but U will only have 1 family. #WiseWords @janelledalex #RichTogether CLICK TO TWEET

Rob & Janelle Alex’s Parting Words [Time Stamp 47:30]:

“Let love rule!” I want people to go into their relationship knowing that love is the most important aspect. Also there is no such thing as normal, as long as it feels right to you, and your partner…you should go for it!

 

LINKS:

Richer Together: Secrets to Working, Living and Loving Side-by-Side

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Jul 08 2015

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Rank #17: Want Great Clients In Your Business? Start With Yourself

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Join host and Business Coach, Leslie Hassler for today’s Business Coaching Moment.  If you still struggle with branding and marketing to find your best clients, then listen for the tips that Leslie shares on how using the ‘Big Brands’ as your benchmark is a mistake and the 5 step approach to marketing that enables your ideal clients to step forward, while your ‘poor-fit’ clients take a step back.

Jul 03 2015

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Rank #18: How Teenage Depression Inspired My Passion

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In the hustle to build your business, are you finding yourself at the end of the line?  Join us on this week’s episode of Healthy Business Healthy Family podcast as, skincare creator and expert, Katrina Schendfield of Katixon Skincare shares her inspirational entrepreneurial story, the depression that led to her passion and how she helps others care for themselves naturally.  Listen now to catch all of her great tips on taking care of yourself naturally!

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Katrina Schenfield, Katixon Skincare

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Katrina Schenfield, the owner of Katixon Skincare, is an entrepreneur, public speaker and popular natural skincare creator. Katixon Skincare products are each 100% hand-crafted using powerful and concentrated natural ingredients developed by Katrina Schenfield and have been featured by numerous media publications. Katrina teaches her clients how to care for their skin so that beautiful skin is inevitable and everlasting.

 

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[Time Stamp 2:50] Katrina shares her story of struggling with bad skins that damaged her confidence and ultimately led her to try to take her own life.  Katrina talks about how that event inspired her to make her own skin care. Leslie points out how resiliency in Katrina’s life showed up in her young life and how resiliency is key to success in business.

[Time Stamp 6:00] Katrina talks about her military career and how she came back into her passion of natural skin care.  Leslie asks Katrina how long the research and development of her product took.  Katrina shares that analysis paralysis one of many of the challenges she had to overcome in her business, she continues to share the challenges that she faced early in business.  Leslie & Katrina talk about confidence and its role in being successful.

No matter how life gets U down, jump right back up & move forward, @Expert_Skincare shares #business wisdom here CLICK TO TWEET

[Time Stamp 11:15] Katrina shares her secrets to balancing her business and family and how she takes care of herself.  Katrina keeps to her priorities of joy and peace, so she seeks to do those things that add joy and peace to her life.  Katrina shares the activities that feed her soul and the schedule must haves to make it through her days.

[Time Stamp 14:10] Katrina shares tips for taking care of ourselves as women entrepreneurs. The first tip is to switch out your make-up remover with a natural oil.  The power of natural oil has a cleansing and moisturizer impact.  The second tip is to switch out your aluminum based deodorant for a dusting of baking soda. The third tip is to use an herbal facial toner for adult acne treatment.  Katrina shares her recipe of a thyme toner to improve.  Leslie and Katrina talks about the changes of your skin over time and how what our skin needs can sometimes seem counterintuitive

My goal was to develop just as powerful product, just without the junk. @Expert_Skincare shares her journey here CLICK TO TWEET

[Time Stamp 19:33] Katrina and Leslie talk about how to take some of these healthy skin tips and use them for our children.  Katrina talks about the overall benefits of natural skin products versus the harsh chemicals of more commercial products.  She gives several simple and readily available options for teaching our teenagers good skin care

[Time Stamp 22:36] Katrina shares her favorite Katixon Skincare product, the green tea facial scrub.  She shares the passion of her natural products and how that passion and positivity serves as a foundation to her success.

[Time Stamp 25:20] Katrina shares her most inspirational message.

If we did all the things we are capable of, we would literally astound ourselves.

People that look their best, earn 5% + / hour, it's just human nature. #businesstip @Expert_Skincare shares more here CLICK TO TWEET

Katrina’s parting words 29:25

Make sure you take care of yourself.  In everything we do to build our business, we often put ourselves at the end of the line.  And we get worn-out and worn-down.  Keep yourself built up with positivity and lots of encouragement.  Take time out for yourself.

LINKS:

www.KatixonSkincare.com

For Katrina’s special: 3 Free product samples with every order, good until midnight 7/1/14

http://www.hf.katixonskincare.com/

Jul 01 2015

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Rank #19: Don't Underestimate The Restorative Value of Silence & Nature

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One of my favorite TV shows is Sunday Morning.  I personally look forward to the end of the program when they share about 30 seconds of some pristine, untouched place of nature. Without voice over or narration this brief moment of nature and silence is restorative to me.  So on this weeks motivational moment, I wanted to share the experience with you.  If you are looking for a way to motivate your monday, then listen here.

Jun 22 2015

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Rank #20: How To Find Your Ideal Client

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Join Dallas based Business Coach, Leslie Hassler on today’s episode all about finding your ideal client.  In today’s business coaching moment, Leslie shares the frustrations that you may be experience on the quest for your ideal client, the 3 characteristics of your ideal client, and how to know when you are close.

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Time Stamp [4:05] Leslie share the 3 most important characteristics of every businesses ideal client. These 3 points can save you time, money and frustrations if you use them to pre-qualify ever potential client in your business.

Time Stamp [13:30] Leslie shares the ideal client matrix and how you can use it to fine tune how you attract your ideal client.  She shares how using the learnings from today in your marketing will help attract more of the right clients to you business.

Jun 19 2015

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