48. Alessandra Braun: Stop Doing All the Things

48. Alessandra Braun: Stop Doing All the Things

In this episode… 

When @alessandracaprice went from doing all the things in her business (1:1 coaching, group programs, launching courses all the time, etc.) to combining them ALL into one package, everything shifted. She realized she wanted to serve more people, and wanted to make what she was teaching even more accessible to her audience.⁠

By no longer doing #AllTheThings, she can now serve far more people … plus, she finally has the clarity and direction she was craving.⁠

More nuggets in this episode:

  • How Alessandra soon realized that her fear of not doing enough was creating a muddled mess of a message (3:24)
  • Her biggest fears around things not working out (6:40)
  • How her offline marketing translated into online marketing (7:33)
  • Why imposter syndrome crops up when you’re marketing online (8:57)
  • What Alessandra wanted her clients’ investment to look like (11:07)
  • Why she did mindset work around thoughts vs facts (14:44)
  • The freedom she feels about creating one thing (18:30)
  • The questions you should ask yourself if “should” didn’t exist (20:11)

Alessandra Caprice is a Mindset Coach and Business Strategist focusing on helping new and on the rise coaches get visible with intention and master soul-centered sales. She infuses deep mindset work into everything she does so that her coaches not only become better coaches themselves, but they don’t let limiting beliefs and fears hold them back from starting, growing, and scaling their businesses.

Website | The Emerging Coach (free Facebook group) 

47. Veronica Yanhs: It’s Okay to be Multi-Passionate

47. Veronica Yanhs: It’s Okay to be Multi-Passionate

In this episode… 

Veronica Yanhs tried to do what the business gurus said—she pursued her two businesses separately, but it just didn’t work. She worked on each one every other year, but it resulted in her missing business, speaking, networking, and client opportunities…and to her feeling totally frustrated.

In 2018, she decided to ignore “best practices” and ran both businesses simultaneously. It changed everything for the better. She worried she might burn out, but the systems she’s created for both businesses have actually made her more productive. She was also able to realize that both businesses, although totally different, helped clients own their power, skills, and gifts by unapologetically stepping into who they were.

More nuggets in this episode:

  • How Veronica changed from doing one business at a time, to two (4:15)
  • The life skills she learned from kink, including that your voice matters, and as soon as something feels wrong, you have to speak up (6:19)
  • Why Veronica felt alone in her pursuit of being multi-passionate (7:21)
  • How pursuing both businesses fulfills her core values of freedom, joy, and integrity (9:20)
  • Why more brands are taking a stand (14:11)
  • The reason you should just show up as yourself (16:48)
  • Where the non-woo Veronica believes the Universe is showing her she’s on the right track (21:58)

Veronica Yanhs is a multi-passionate entrepreneur on a mission to strip people bare—of the expectations and limiting beliefs that do not serve them—so they can thrive unapologetically exactly as they are. From systems to spankings, she emboldens womxn to leverage their pleasure and power in business and the bedroom with Business Laid Bare (systems for creatives and entrepreneurs that scale and save their sanity) and Desires Laid Bare (kink education for beginners in a fun and shame-free way).
Website | Business Laid Bare | Desires Laid Bare | Instagram | YouTube

Resources
“Fifty Shades of Grey” by E L James

46. Kyla Roma: Find What Works Best for You

46. Kyla Roma: Find What Works Best for You

In this episode…

When you offer group coaching, how do you sell potential clients on it not being custom to their needs (even if you know the problems are often the same)?

Kyla Roma didn’t have to coach people live to get really great results for them. She did it by using an asynchronous method to communicate outside the bounds of a calendar. She was able to totally restructure her business, work 20 hours a week while being at home with her toddler, and stop trying to do everything for their clients, so they could do things themselves. 

By thinking outside the box, Kyla created better boundaries that allow her better work-life balance, peace of mind, and joy about her work. 

More nuggets in this episode:

  • Work changes after baby is born (02:17)
  • Having the same conversations over and over (02:35)
  • The solution that changed everything (03:58)
  • It’s vital to not ask anyone for permission (17:12)
  • Be playful, experiment, and find things that work for you (18:38)
  • Help clients take greater ownership of their own problems (20:30)

Kyla Roma is a marketing strategist and business coach. She’s spent the last decade teaching gutsy small business owners to confidently attract their dream customers and grow their profits. She’s also a toddler mom, and her family’s breadwinner. She believes that YOUR definition of success is the only one that matters, that your business should be delightful to run, and make it hard for you to fail.

Website | Instagram 

 

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