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The One Thing I Hate Doing Every Day (but has made me wealthy + happy more than anything else)

The One Thing I Hate Doing Every Day (but has made me wealthy + happy more than anything else)

Happy Holidays!

The past couple of weeks have been a whirlwind of traveling, speaking on stages, and now Momentum ‘18, which I know many of you are playing!

As I sat down to write this blog, I started to think about all of the topics I could teach you.

In my 18+ years in this industry, I’ve learned a lot. And if there’s one thing you all know about me, it’s that I like to give away my best stuff for free. (What can I say? I take after my grandmother in my Jenerosity.)

So I made a quick list of all the things I could possibly teach (hint: this is a #protip you can use yourself when you’re creating your own blog content).

The topics on my list included: marketing, branding, sales, operations, how to lead a team, how to hire a team, how much money you can expect to make in year one, what digital marketing looks like, how to create sales funnels, leadership must-haves…and the list goes on.

While I actually plan to teach on all of this and more in 2018, I wanted to hone in on a daily ritual that has now changed everything for me.

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Here’s Why It’s Okay to be a Vulnerable Entrepreneur

Here’s Why It’s Okay to be a Vulnerable Entrepreneur

Today, I want to ask you an important question. How are you? Okay, maybe I should rephrase that: How are you when the going gets tough? The reason why I’m asking you this question is because it’s very easy to say things are doing well when, well, everything’s going great. Maybe you were able to […]

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How I Defined my Brand Language using Brand Archetypes

How I Defined my Brand Language using Brand Archetypes

What does your brand language sound like? Is it funny? How about informal? Maybe you use a no-nonsense kind of approach? Whatever it is, the way you choose your words when you post on the ‘gram or when you’re running a Facebook ad can tell a visitor what kind of person you are and if […]

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Stop Keeping Your Gifts Quiet (aka How To Build Your Brand)

Stop Keeping Your Gifts Quiet (aka How To Build Your Brand)

It’s kind of amazing how resistant and resilient humans can be. 

If you’re a Master Brander, a Launch Leader, a Notorious B-I-Z, I just want to acknowledge you big time. Because going that deep with your brand takes courage. You’re sharing your brand story with a bunch of strangers, and to those of you that are really standing on the edge of your courage and posting on your business page, your private page, on Twitter, or anywhere public, let me just tell you, you are doing the things that the greats do right now.

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i’m back. and what to do when overwhelm is your enemy.

  It’s been about a month since I’ve been in touch, and I violated one of the first rules of running and marketing a successful business – CONSISTENCY.  I wanted to write a quick note apologizing for being so quiet for about 4 weeks now.  I’m not much for excuses (they don’t call me “Jen […]

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why your job is really…to go get a career.

Hello beautiful, So this whole new year, whole new you thing – are you enjoying it?  I have to joyfully say that I AM thoroughly embracing 2012. Part of that joy comes from hanging out with all of you on a regular basis (even if it’s in cyberspace), And the other is because I am […]

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