Four ways you're sabotaging your online business

Self sabotage can disguise itself in lots of ways. Find out the four ways you may be unknowingly self-sabotaging your online business! 

 In this week's episode:

  • Entrepreneurs typically self sabotage (without knowing it!) when they're about to "level up" in their business.
  • Self sabotaging can look like loads of other things, though--and often do.
  • Identifying how you may be self sabotaging is crucial to your business growth!
  • Find out four ways I have recently self sabotaged in my business and what I did about it,

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Why being less visible may actually grow your online business

This episode was recorded during many of the Black Lives Matter protests and during the Covid-19 pandemic. It highlights how both personal and environmental events and experiences can affect you and what you can do to help yourself in the process.

Mentioned in this episode:

  • Sometimes I'm less visible online because I simply get tired of all of the posting and creating and selfie-taking.
  • But during other times, it the environment or certain events I experience that cause me to withdraw and become less visible.
  • The Covid pandemic and protests and riots and deaths are some of the reasons I've been less visible.
  • I cannot pay attention to the death stats from Covid because it affects me too much.
  • I'm an empath and empaths FEEL EVERYTHING.
  • I need to practice MUCH more self care right now so that I can rest the way I need to and grow my business the way I want to.
  • I had to learn the importance of self care the hard way. (I almost died.)

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13 more self care strategies to improve your health and your business

My life had a lot more anxiety, sleepless nights, and poor health before I started practicing self care. Here are 13 additional self care strategies I use at least once a month.

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Eight quick and easy self care strategies to increase your health and grow your business

Self care doesn't have to take a long time at all; in fact, each of these eight quick and easy self care strategies takes under three minutes--and most only take a couple of seconds!

 In this week's episode:

  • Each of the eight self care strategies I mention are ones I do each day--and ALL of them can be accomplished in three minutes or less!
  • My morning coffee has one tablespoon of collagen in it and my hair, skin and nails have never  better 
  • I try to half my body weight in ounces of water a day (This is explained further in the episode).
  • Vitamin C helps keep the colds away and I take about 1500 mg daily and one of the ways I get it is like candy.
  • Because apple cider vinegar tastes so awful to drink, I get the benefits from two apple cider vinegar gummies or capsules each day.
  • I've written in my gratitude journal every day for over 500 days in a row. Each entry takes about three minutes and I detail how I do this in the episode.
  • I try to move every day. Just. Move....
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How to Easily identify triggers, deal with them effectively and get rid of them.

Triggers are things, people, events, situations, colors, music--literally anything--that set off a negative reaction in your mind and sometimes also parts of your body. And everyone has them.

Note: This episode was taken from a Facebook Live broadcast and the content is stellar; however, the sound isn't perfect.

 In this week's episode:

  • Triggers are anything (people, events, dates, songs, etc.) that set you off and affect you--usually negatively. It is a thought, feeling, physical reaction in your body.
  • Everyone has triggers.
  • Triggers may come and go but, ultimately you determine what/who will allow to trigger you as well as those that won't.
  • Identifying your triggers takes focus and reflection, but knowing what triggers you and how to effectively deal with them will improve your productivity.
  • You are 100% in control of what goes through your social media feeds.
  • Like, comment, share, save, archive posts that you want to see more of in the future.
  • Mute accounts (silence for a...
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EASY, proven and FREE strategies to gain online business visibility without ever leaving your home

You don't need to go to major conferences to be visible online and grow your brand! Here are four simple and proven ways to do it, free, without leaving home.

In this week's episode:

  • The number one rule to gaining online visibility is to be where your audience is online. If you're unsure, google "social media demographics" and look at the data for the platforms you enjoy using most. 
  • Facebook has approximately 2.8 billion people, so your audience is likely on there.
  • LinkedIn is all business all the time, so if you have a business you should have a daily presence there. 
  • Use one or two hashtags for each social media post (up to 30 for Instagram), including a branded hashtag and one topical one.
  • You cannot own a hashtag, but you can dominate it.
  • The easiest and fastest way to get noticed by experts or others in your industry is to be a helpful audience member in the chat of livestream broadcasts. I detail many ways to do this in the episode including greeting the host(s),...
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Goals, gratitude, depression and Next Steps for fabulous online business growth

This episode will help you plan out your future business success through gratitude, goal setting, depression, and more. Get ready to take notes!

In this week's episode:

  • 65% of people set New Year's resolutions
  • According to several research studies, most people abandon their New Year's resolutions by January 19
  • If you really want to achieve your personal and professional goals, you need to write them down (I give examples in the episode).
  • I detail exactly how to easily map out everything you'll do for your business this year in the episode.
  • Keeping a gratitude journal has changed my business and my life.
  • I describe how depression has affected me in the episode.
  • I thoroughly describe the Next Steps mini-course and how it's designed for busy entrepreneurs who need the blueprint for what to do next to jumpstart their business success in the episode.

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Self care should be part of every business plan!

Self-care (meditation, healthy eating, yoga, rest, drinking water, exercise, journaling, proper sleep, mani/pedi, massage, etc.) provides your body with the mental, physical and spiritual energy it needs to perform at an optimal level. Practicing self-care helps your business grow! Note: This episode was pulled from a "reflections in the Egg Chair Facebook Live broadcast.

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In this weeks' episode:

  • Each of my daily gratitude journal entries begins with "I'm grateful for." I don't use any fancy journal....
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I was terrified to start my podcast: Resistance, Ego, Failure and Podfading

 

In this episode, I detail how terrified I was to start the Business Fabulous podcast. It was the hardest thing I've ever done and I experienced a lot of anxiety, including resistance, ego, failure, and podfading. 

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Resistance: The refusal to accept or comply with something; the attempt to prevent something by action or argument.

Ego: The part inside of you that "keeps you safe" and keeps you away from harm, fear, and failure.

Podfading: When someone's podcast disappears because they've quit. When a person stops producing episodes for their podcast, they have "podfaded."

  • When someone is about to grow personally and/or professionally, they will often experience resistance.
  • I experienced many symptoms of resistance in the months before I was able to start my podcast including anxiety, chest pains, sweating, increased periods of being distracted, less ability to focus, and procrastination.
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