Yes, every one of these actually happened to me. Some days, it feels like I’ve made every webinar mistake in the book!
I’m sharing my epic fails to help you skip these mistakes and head right toward becoming a webinar expert, one who presents with the confidence and authority you need to use webinars to sell more of your products and services. Enjoy!
One of the challenges we face as business owners is coming up with valuable content for our target audience on a regular basis.
While knowing your ideal customer backwards and forwards—as well as the main problems and issues they face in their lives—is key to creating content that is relevant and useful to their particular needs, there are some additional things you can do to help you step outside the box and offer content that is not only valuable but also creative and unique to your business.
Most of us have heard this familiar Eleanor Roosevelt quote: "With freedom comes responsibility." But many people haven’t heard the context of the quote—what Eleanor wrote just before that famous line in her book, You Learn By Living:
As entrepreneurs, we have the amazing opportunity to design our own professional lives. You run the show and make the decisions that will create and maintain the lifestyle you want.
One of the most important aspects of the entrepreneurial lifestyle—one we often overlook—is how you support yourself. As you succeed in your professional life, you also want to make sure you are maintaining you—the person behind the scenes who has wants, needs and responsibilities outside of your business.
Here are four tips—things I’ve learned from my own experience that I’d like to pass on to you. My hope is that these tips will help you maintain balance and harmony as you run your business, just as they’ve helped me.