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5 Ways to Be the Leader Everyone Wants to Follow

Don’t think you’re a leader? Guess again! When I was in high school, I remember playing this game in drama class where one person would be blindfolded and their partner would take their hand and lead them around the school. The poor victim would be dragged across the football field, up and down stairs, through…

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Hit Send! 3 Things to Always Include In Your Email Newsletter

Entrepreneurs get super excited about “killin’ it” on social media, but the real money is in your email newsletter list. Your posts can get lost in the feed on social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram, but everyone checks their email. An email newsletter subscriber list contains your most valuable customers. When your customers sign…

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Ask Me Anything! Master To-Do List Versus Daily To-Do List

I’m a to-do list kind of gal, and I can’t get anything done unless I have a detailed plan of attack in front of me. But I’ve noticed the disturbing trend of people working from their master to-do lists, not their daily to-do lists. That’s a recipe for disaster! So what’s the difference between a…

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Why I’m Massively Editing My Business

NOTE: There is a limited-time promo code at the end of this blog post if you want to skip ahead and use it. Gather ‘round, children. It’s time for “Sage’s Honesty Corner.” I’m normally a pretty optimistic person, but the past 2 months have made me feel more drained and frustrated than I’ve felt in…

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The Foolproof Way to Price Your Products and Services

One of my very first coaches gave me some advice that I’ve never forgotten, “Charge as much as you can say without stuttering.” That’s a pretty gutsy move! What would you charge for your products and services? A million dollars? What my coach meant was that you have to be confident when you say your…

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New Clubhouse Class: Warm Letter Campaigns

Back in college (when dinosaurs roamed the Earth), I remember one of my professors teaching us about cold calls. Randomly calling a stranger to try to get them to buy from you was supposed to be a tried-and-true marketing tactic. It felt icky to me then, and cold calls are still one of the sleaziest…

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