Is This The Life You Wanted?
Julie begins her presentation by sharing how she struggled initially with an identity crisis. Her story is incredible. She shows us that you can be whatever you want to be. You have all you need within yourself to reach your goals no matter how many mistakes you make along the way.
She takes us through the skills you need to be successful as an online entrepreneur. Once you learn the skills of getting people to buy online, you never have to worry about your financial future again. One of the skills that you're going to need to be successful in business is you have to listen to your gut.
The written word is the most powerful piece of your brand. As an entrepreneur, you should learn how to write or at least hire a writer in your team. You’ll need the written word for your ads, your copy, your funnel. Talking of sales funnel, this is another skill you need to work on. The third one is finding your traffic and where they congregate. This will help you serve them.
Tune in to this amazing episode and learn more about other skills that you need to be successful in your online business.
- You don’t have to have techie skills to be successful with an online business (04:11)
- Learn the skills of getting people to buy online and you never have to worry about your financial future again (17:46)
- Learn how to write. The written word is the most powerful piece of your brand (18:56)
- Write about hooks stories and copy to make your business blow up (19:34)
- Sales funnels are the way to capture a new customer (20:23)
- Traffic is people: Find the traffic of people whose problems you can solve (23:17)
- In the depths of Julie's despair, she learned the keys to put in her pocket, so that she can launch anything online that she ever wants to sell (24:36)
- Build strategic relationships with other business owners (27:59)
- It is not enough to have skills; you have to find a network (30:40)
- The identity that you can keep working on is that you are allowed to make mistakes, and you can forgive yourself (33:39)
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