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How To Use Task Management Software

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What are you waiting for? It’s time to manage your tasks more effectively. Spend less time on things like email, and more time doing what matters most! 

Are you struggling to manage all the tasks in your inbox? There is a better way. Task management software will help you get ahead of deadlines, delegate tasks, and stay organized. You’ll be able to focus on what really matters: running your business! Don’t wait another day before getting started with task management software.

What is task mana…

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4 Ways to Use Videos in your Online Course

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It's no secret that video has become a powerful tool for marketing and education. With the advent of YouTube, Facebook Live, Periscope, Snapchat Stories, TikTok, and other platforms where anyone can upload videos in seconds to share with the world, it is not surprising that video as an educational tool is gaining popularity.

If you're still on the fence about using video in your course or are not sure how to incorporate it into your strategy, this blog post will give you some great ideas about …

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Dropping an Automation Truth Bomb On You

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Here is an automation myth I hear too often…

It takes too long to automate parts of my business.

Not true!!!

Actually it’s the opposite of true.

While there are some areas of automation that require a longer investment in time, you can get some super quick automation wins if you know where to focus your efforts and energy.

Today I’m sharing 3 of my favourite speedy automation wins with you.

  1. Add an auto response to your inbox - let people know that their email has been received and you’ll…

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The First Time I Failed at Course Creation

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Very early on in my business I decided to create a mini-course to bring some passive income into my business.

My plan was to create a 1 module, 3 lesson course, sell it for $27 and sit back and watch the money roll in.

So I did what most first-time course creators do…

I started creating content.

I wrote my scripts, filmed the videos, loaded them to my video host, created the emails to deliver the trainings, designed a super simple sales page, and wrote some social posts to promote it.

And I…

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My Most common Tech Q

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“What platform do you recommend?”

This is probably the most common question people have asked me over the last few years.

And it’s the easiest question to answer because I have one recommendation…

Simplero.

Doing what I do means that I have worked with the most well-known, and not-so-well-known platforms that can help you get results in your business.

Some of them are wonderful…

Some of them not so much…

And even though I have serious shiny object syndrome and a new piece of tech hitting …

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Are you making this mistake with automation?

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If you’ve been following me for more than 5 minutes, then you know I love automation. Actually, it’s more than just loving automation. I am passionate about it, it’s my zone of genius, and I get so much joy in sharing the power of automation with other coaches and consultants.

But there is a big mistake that I see people making when they automate parts of their business.

They jump straight into putting the process on autopilot without considering how effective the process is first. That’s not …

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Want automation success? Time to get smart with your automation goals

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If you were to make contact with me about automating your business, one of the first questions I would ask you would be “What are your goals with automation?”

Some of the typical responses I hear are 

to save time, 

to stop being so manual, 

to not have to do the things that don’t light them up.

While these are certainly goals, they are so general that it’s going to be very difficult to determine if you have been successful in attaining them.

It may seem cliche to say that you need to be ‘…

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How do I outline my Course?

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One of the questions I get asked quite a bit in regards to course creation is how to get started with outlining the content for the course. Once someone has decide to create a course this can be a big roadblock; deciding what to include and how to include it.

In my Course Creation Formula, I share the structure of outlining your course as The Roadmap to Transformation.

Through our course, we are taking our students from a pre-transformational state to a post-transformation state.

From their c…

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This seriously sucks

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My husband HATES the little numbers that show on applications on his iPhone screen and he will do anything and everything he can to get rid of them, even if that means deleting the application itself (I know...extreme right). 

If you’re like him at all and get a little freaked out or frustrated by the numbers on your screen or counting unread emails in your inbox, then you’re probably going to want to look away…

But this is the number of unread emails in my private inbox (not my business ones)…

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Vogue 73 Questions

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I’ve got 73 questions and answers coming your way today, inspired by Vogue Magazine’s 73 question series.

I’ve watched a lot of these videos and they are great; they give you a lot of insight into the people answering the questions and help dispel a lot of myths and assumptions.

The basis of it is that you are asked and answer the questions in a single take, and in under 10 minutes...no  do overs, no second takes, no take backs.

So below check out my answers to the 73 questions…

And once you…

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