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4 Steps To Get Off Busy Street In Your Business

Do you ever find yourself getting a lot of 'stuff' done but at the end of the day you didn't really get anything meaningful done towards your goals? 

When this happens day after day and week after week, that's when you wake up and realize you aren't any closer to your goals. 

4 Steps To Get Off Busy Street In Your Business With Jennifer Trask

It happens to the best of us! 

However, with 2019 around the corner you'll want to make sure that this doesn't happen to you next year (or the years after that!) 

In today's video you'll discover 4 steps you can come back to anytime, to ensure that you stay off 'busy street' and stay on the path to your goals. 

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Written by Jennifer Trask at 07:27

How To Finish Things You Start

I was inspired to do this video because I often hear from coaches and entrepreneurs about having too many things on their plate. There’s a thousand and one projects happening and it can be very difficult to figure out how to finish them without the right habits in place to support that. As well, when you always have 'too much to do', it can easily cause you to get into overwhelm, frustration and stress. We all know that they are not good for business. That being said, here are 4 steps to getting things done (and staying out of overwhelm)...

How To Finish Things You Start With Jennifer Trask

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Written by Jennifer Trask at 04:01

How To Prioritize Your To Do List

Picture this: You are at your desk, with a list longer than your arm. You look at the dirty dishes and think, 'now that's a better idea!' lol 

We've all been there. When you are running your coaching business, it seems as though there is a long list of things to always be doing. How do we determine what we should be prioritizing next? 

Here's a simple way to do that:

How To Prioritize Your -To Do - List

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Written by Jennifer Trask at 07:49

3 Steps I Took To Turn My Coaching Business From Part Time To Full time

When I decided that I wanted to be a full time coach helping self-coaches grow their business so they can change the world with their gifts, I knew a few things had to change. Before that decision I was running my business more like it was a hobby than an actual business. In fact, some of the clients that I had were getting better results in their businesses than I was, because I wasn’t 100% committed yet!

This time however, enough was enough and I wanted real results that translated into making a great income and had me being 100% location-independent. 

To make that happen I did the following 3 things differently:

3 Steps I Took To Turn My Coaching Business From Part Time To Full Time 

 

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Written by Jennifer Trask at 13:56

6 Big Marketing Lessons In 6 Years Of Entrepreneurship

This month marks my 6th year as an entrepreneur (how did that happen?). Over the last 6 years I’ve had one business fail (big time), one that evened out and one that made it (it’s this one in case you were wondering). 

According to many of the successful entrepreneurs I know, I’m right on track. All of them have had failures before they hit the jackpot. When I realized that it’s been 6 years since my first home based business, I couldn’t help but reflect on what I’ve learned over the years. It’s been so much. Deciding to venture out into the unknown land of entrepreneurship has been one of the best blessings of my life. It’s helped shape me in ways I didn’t know it would. I’ve learned about things I never knew existed (who knew what a split test was or shadow work?) and I’ve become a braver, bolder and smarter version of myself. 

This week, I want to share with you 6 Big Marketing Lessons I’ve Learned In 6 Years Of Entrepreneurship. Marketing itself is a big topic but there are some fundamentals that will stand the test of time. 

 

6 Big Marketing Lessons In 6 Years Of Entrepreneurship With Jennifer Trask

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Written by Jennifer Trask at 10:34