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Sales Is A Numbers Game

Sales Is A Numbers Game by Jill CelesteWhen I first started my coaching practice, I received a piece of valuable advice from a business coach: “Sales is a numbers game.”

I will never forget when she told me this nugget of wisdom. First, it showed me that I can’t just wave a magic wand and customers would magically appear. It will take (marketing) work.

Second, it removed the “they won’t like me” feeling from the equation. It’s about meeting a volume of people. Of course, the odds are that people won’t convert to customers. It’s just math!

I want to explore the “sales is a numbers game” message a little further with you, putting it into a context of the Law of Attraction and authentic marketing.

Because, yes, we need to get out there in a big way (it’s a numbers game, after all), but we can do so without selling our souls.

Let’s delve in!



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What’s Your Pricing Mindset?

What’s the one thing that really hangs entrepreneurs up about creating packages and pricing?


Perhaps you’re plagued with questions, such as:

  • How much do I charge?
  • Am I really going to charge that?
  • Will people pay for that?

And the list goes on and on.

Today, let’s tackle your mindset about setting your prices.

What's your pricing mindset?

Price base on the results you give

Most entrepreneurs, especially at the beginning of their businesses, have a tendency to want to charge low because they think, “I’m just new. Therefore, I can’t charge a high price or I can’t charge what I really think I’m worth.” Continue reading

4 Ways To Constantly Hatch New Social Media Content

Do you ever experience “social media post block”? Similar to writer’s block, this is when you’re not sure what to post on your social media accounts. It happens to most entrepreneurs! The best way to get past this block is to have processes in place that will constantly keep your “information well” full.

Here are four ways to constantly hatch new social media content:

4 Ways To Constantly Hatch New Social Media Content

#1: Set up Google Alerts

Google Alerts help you monitor interesting, newsworthy content from the Internet. First, set up Google Alerts on keywords related to your industry. Then, once a day, you’ll get an email digest of news articles that contained your keywords. From there, you can review the articles and post the ones you like to your social media accounts. Continue reading