Have you ever introduced something to the world – a new offer, workshop, coaching package, etc. – and didn’t sell even ONE?
What can you do to turn this all around? In today’s episode, I’m sharing how to put yourself out there without feeling pushy, plead-y, or sleazy.
There’s a misconception in the coaching world that “badass” equals punching down on other women coaches, publicly, with the intention of drawing business away from them and over to you. I think you’ll find in this episode, and in our townhall presentation, that there is truly another way.
In this episode, we discuss the magic of being a “slow food” entrepreneur, why “just making money” isn’t enough to be a successful business owner, the importance of ethical business, equity, and dismantling the white supremacy model, and taking your model from transactions and conversions to transformational change.
I talk about my “haters” on the Rich Coach Club podcast quite a bit, and it’s not because I care what they think or feel like some victim in a cheesy horror movie.
It’s because I like to call out internalized misogyny when I see it. And, since I encourage all of you to speak up and make a scene, you will likely attract your own hub of haters.
Interestingly, the people who try to quiet your voice and your vibe are not always strangers on the internet. They might be family members, friends, colleagues, mentors, or neighbors.
If you’re shining too bright, some people will try to dim your light. Something that our guest – a passionate erotic educator and sex goddess – is very intimate with!
When it comes to pleasure, y’all better know that I understood the assignment. Society wants us to remain distracted, hating our bodies, and keeping our mouths shut. The patriarchy knows that if women have more pleasure, they gain more power.
And that’s why: PLEASURE IS NOT OPTIONAL.