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Soul-Sourced Business Podcast
29 minutes | a day ago
Constant Gentle Realignment
Do you get thrown off your game when the world doesn’t behave like you think it should? As an entrepreneur, you have a vision for how you want things done in our business, but what happens when a client or team member doesn’t understand or maintain your standards? Let’s take a look at things that can put us off kilter, and learn to course correct while avoiding a meltdown.Today, we’re going to examine the ways we get triggered when things don’t work according to plan, and how to use that awareness to institute a new, more effective way of responding so you don’t get freaked out when things get out of whack.I’m sharing a passage from what might be my favorite business book ever. It’s called, “Setting the Table: The Transforming Power of Hospitality in Business” by restauranteur Danny Meyer, then digging into his management style and giving you my take on his “salt shaker method.” You’ll hear 3 hallmarks of effective leadership according to Meyer, and learn how to incorporate the principle of “constant gentle realignment” in your business and life to maintain your vision and integrity … without losing your shit when it gets challenged by others (or even yourself).I’ll share the inspirational story of a client who, after learning to lean into the cycle of disappointment and realignment, finally achieved his goal of buying the perfect property for his retreat center. Plus, we’ll dig into a tool called the “Sunday Summit.” It’s been a game changer for hundreds of our Uplevel students over the years, and I bet it will help you, too.
28 minutes | 8 days ago
What to Do on Your Weekly “Biz Dev” Day
Do you ever feel like you’re on a hamster wheel … always running to keep things going, but never moving forward? This often comes from a lack of clarity. What just might be in order is a strategic day focused on things that really have the potential to grow your business for the long-haul. Let me show you how to use a business development day to get out of the CRAP (which is an acronym for the Cycle of Reactivity and Panic) so you can focus on things to grow your business for the long haul.As we close out 2020 with a pandemic that doesn't appear to be ending anytime soon, it’s a good time to look at how we’re serving our clients and make sure the systems we whipped up to work with people remotely are actually getting the best possible results. In a prior episode, I introduced the idea of batching time each week for business development, where you step away from the day-to-day workings of your business to do the things that have the potential to grow your empire. Today, we’re going to dig into the importance of taking time for the creative/strategic side of your business (as opposed to tasks like client calls and last minute emails), and I’ll share a story of how business development days helped a client move from trading hours for dollars to selling a package that took her to over $100K a year. I’m going to walk you through the 3 key areas of growing and scaling a service-based business, and I’ll explain exactly what you should - and should not - do on your business development day. Plus, I’ll share a fun exercise to help you understand the value you provide, and make sure your offer is designed to give people the results they expect. Listen in and find out how to plan your own business development strategy to close the year out strong and prepared for the year ahead.
24 minutes | 15 days ago
The Nitty Gritty of Launching Anything
Do you love the inspiration-filled process of creating stuff but hate the marketing side? I’m here to help navigate the energy switch between creating something to help people and convincing them (and yourself) that it’s worth paying for. There’s a tendency among us Soul-Sourced™ types to hope our ideal clients will simply manifest instead of us proactively connecting with people we’re meant to serve. Part of it is our reluctance to switch from our receptive, creative phase into something that feels pushy and forced, but if we dig a little deeper we find a lot of common fears around value, worth, and price tags.Listen in this week to hear the 3 key components I’ve learned about launches through my years of experience. You’ll hear about the difference between soliciting transactions and creating campaigns, and I’ll teach you how to launch a campaign that keeps your business moving in the direction you want it to.We’ll get into ways you can navigate between the modes of creation (building products) and conviction (believing your products are worth their price tag). Plus, I’ll give you my #1 tip for getting over any conviction hurdle. Check it out and discover the potential your launch campaign has for connecting and fostering a lasting relationship with your ideal clients even before they buy. It’s high time you feel as aligned with your marketing as you are with your mission.
24 minutes | 22 days ago
On making and (deflecting) big decisions
Hate making decisions? Wish someone would just tell you what to do instead of having to make the decision? There’s a thin line between getting guidance and handing the reins over to others who don’t have access to your intuition of what’s best for you. Let’s look at how our egos deflect scary questions by asking others what we should do and claim our power to step into each day with clarity, authenticity, and ownership.When we ask someone to make decisions for us, we render ourselves powerless and not so subtly shift any responsibility or blame from ourselves to whoever told us to do the thing that did or didn’t work out. It’s our way of avoiding discomfort and alleviates our need to know the answer ourselves.Thing is, the uncomfortable phase of making any decision is vital for internal growth. That’s how you build confidence to take ownership of your business and your life. So, let’s figure out how to stop relying on others’ opinions of what you should do and start leaning into your internal knowing and authority as a Soul-Sourced™ entrepreneur.In this episode, you’ll hear a conversation I had with my friend Kathy when I belittled my work as a musician and a business coach in comparison to her noble career as a defense attorney, and what she helped me understand about the power of our natural strengths and unique abilities. I’ll also share the story of when I was called the worst salesperson ever. I’ll dig into where this person’s cutting comment came from and how accusing me of not working hard enough to get her business ended up helping her make her own choice.Listen in to learn how to separate others' opinions from your intuition and confidently make decisions that are best for you.
25 minutes | a month ago
When Someone Gets Pissed At You
Do you shrink and panic when someone gets mad at you? Do you spiral into a good hour or two of beating yourself up? Confession: Me too. At least I used to be like that. These days, I rely on some simple steps to help manage these reactions and effectively deal with the internal and external strife that arises when someone says they’re pissed off. Today, I’m sharing them with you.Anger happens. Especially when you’re a business owner. So, what do you do when you’re caught off guard with someone’s anger? Let’s look at some techniques you can use to kick your emotions out of the driver’s seat. The thing is, one highly charged situation can resurface every time someone has been angry at you. These uncomfortable moments are an opportunity to dig in and grow out of old unconscious stuff that has been in charge for far too long.I’ll highlight the difference between fostering real resolution and what author and Buddhist teacher Tara Brach calls “impression management,” which is that impulse to respond to anger by defending your status as a well-meaning “good guy” rather than addressing the situation at hand. Let’s not forget those pesky knee jerk reactions to anger that blind us to our best actions. To keep panic in its place, I’ll share a practice so you can proceed with clarity and confidence in your response. To bring these tools to light, I share a personal story. (Maybe even too personal?)Listen in and find out how to break the patterns you use to avoid discomfort and discover a calm, composed path to real resolution.
24 minutes | a month ago
On Writing Your First Book
Dream of writing your first book? Or maybe you’ve started writing, but you’re questioning yourself every step of the way? At the recording of this episode, I’m three short weeks away from releasing my first book, and I’ve got some insight to help you think more clearly - and less judgy - about yourself as you get your book outta your head and into existence.As a first-time author on the verge of launching a book around my Soul-Sourced™ philosophy and mission, these are the stories of what I learned through the book writing process, from my first idea to final publication.You’re going to hear the #1 book writing law you can’t escape plus, I’ll discuss the top book writing rules you’re likely already following … then tell you why I think you should totally consider breaking them.My goal is to help you hone your own style and claim your freedom to approach the deep and often challenging endeavor of writing a book in a way that’s aligned with you. Because just like everything else you do, this experience is teaching you something that goes far beyond just writing a book.Don’t worry, my action-minded friends, we’re also going to talk about the wide variety of ways you can get the writing part done, and I’ll share some of the choices I made and strategies I used in my process.Listen in for my confessions around what worked and didn’t work for me. I’ll also share stories from my clients, talk about the lessons they learned, plus you’ll hear what one client said to spark my book writing journey in the first place. Maybe it’ll spark you, too.
18 minutes | a month ago
When Beliefs Block Your Vision
Do you have a great big dream for your business … but catch yourself settling for less? Let’s unpack the subtle (and not so subtle) ways we sell ourselves short, and I’ll share some time-tested insights into how you can stop asking - and striving - for less than you deserve.This week, we’re digging into the difference between going for what you truly want versus settling for what you think you can get. I share a story about coaching a client through a "playing small" moment when she needed to raise her COVID-panic prices for someone who wanted to sign on for another term, and how I helped her lean in and learn from the fears that stood in the way of her owning her value.We’ll talk about ways you can get your business to move forward even when you have no idea what lies ahead. I’ll also delve into why entrepreneurs choose to play small, and give you some keys to opening up to what’s possible for you. Clarity and focus are vital for growth, discover how being self-aware and actively recognizing your limiting beliefs is just as important as the strategy track of your business. Your business is territory for your soul’s expansion. Listen in for simple ways to open up possibilities awaiting you.
26 minutes | 2 months ago
Procrastination and Imperfect Action
Is there a book waiting inside you, but you keep not writing it? Maybe a new program or a new direction in your business, but you remain frozen. No matter where you’re procrastinating, if the idea of not getting things 100% right is keeping you from even trying, let’s explore some common fears that keep Soul-SourcedTM entrepreneurs stuck, and discover the purpose (and power!) of taking imperfect action.Mastery is not a destination, it’s an evolution. The way you become great at something is learning through your mini failures (and sometimes big ones). Once you achieve your goal, whatever it is, you’ll realize it wasn’t so much about getting the goodies at the end of the rainbow, but about becoming the person you evolved into along the way.Listen in to hear the story of my first music gig and how taking that job - even though I wasn’t ready for it - turned into a full year of paid performances, and set me on a path of learning to be a successful, self-managed musician. Plus, I’ll share 4 symptoms you can spot when it’s time for you to just start, even if you don’t feel ready… in business or life.We’ll get into how perfectionism keeps us from starting that very scary thing, and I’ll give you 4 strategies to help you take those first bold steps … spoiler: it’s kinda like tricking your ego into doing the thing it believes you’re not good enough to do.I’ll tell you how I personally broke free from the need to prove myself to my ego, or anyone else for that matter!
30 minutes | 2 months ago
How to Reinvent Yourself
Ready to create your big reinvention story? Before you toss the old to make way for the new, here’s some insight from my own personal breakdown-before-the-breakthrough. This episode exposes the secret truth of how reinvention really happens as I share the five years of uncertainty and a-ha’s that were part and parcel of my own journey of letting go. This episode is kind of like part two of The Breakdown before the Breakthrough from last week. Because after the transformation takes hold our ego tells us we’ve reinvented ourselves. But…. the general concept of reinvention is kind of a lie … in that our perception of reinvention comes from stories that are told with hindsight after the transformation has taken hold.Once you’ve gotten through all the doubts, fears, and meltdowns that come with the transformation, it’s easy to look back and see all the clues, all the monumental tiny moments that led to your new, successfully reinvented self. But when you’re in it, it looks a lot more like sh*t hitting the fan.So I’m sharing my story of how I walked away from my career – and identity – as a musician and started an online coaching company that ultimately became a multimillion-dollar business. I’ll talk about the truth of what it’s like to be in the breakdown before the breakthrough, and I’ll share a key decision I made when I left music behind.Find out the 2 huge resistances we deal with in the early stages of a breakdown, plus I’ll give you 3 insights for when you find yourself in the beginning phase of knowing something’s going to change. Listen in to find out how to trust and move forward, even (especially!) when you’re not sure where you’re headed. I’ll teach you how to hold on to uncertainty so you can allow your growth to evolve, and how to let go of the urge to control the outcome.
28 minutes | 2 months ago
The Breakdown Before the Breakthrough
Got business burn out? Feel like nothing’s working for you anymore? Well, it’s been a hell of a year, and the pressure to achieve just keeps building, even though everything feels off. So, how can we keep going? Let’s explore the bright side of your breakdown and provide you with tools to see the potential that’s inviting you in.Sometimes when we have these "breakdowns" in our Soul-Sourced™ business, it's because something much bigger is happening, and you never know how it’s going to play out or what it will bring. Often, what’s going on is a deep calling to shift focus and direction toward a breakthrough, perhaps one you don't even see yet. In this episode, I reframe what a "breakdown" is and explain why I think they're highly underrated. You’ll also hear several stories about mindset, including how I learned to stop forcing an outcome when I was an aspiring songwriter, and how I taught a client to stop aiming to make $1M and instead aspire to become a 7-figure business owner.Learn the 3 worst things you can do to make your breakdown harder than it already is. And, get 3 action steps to help you receive your experiences — good and bad — as they come, and open yourself to the insights they bring with them.I know things are tough for a lot of us right now. Let’s figure out how to stop fighting the “breakdown”, and lean into the lessons it’s meant to teach. Plus, as a bonus, I’ll give you a sneak peek at what’s coming in future episodes of the Soul-Sourced™ Podcast. Hope you enjoy!
40 minutes | 2 months ago
The Empire Mentality
Does it feel like you’re always putting out fires in your business? Are you treating your passion-driven work as a hobby? Sometimes it’s hard for Soul-Sourced™ Entrepreneurs to go from taking direction, operating as an employee, to taking ownership, thinking like a business owner. So let's look at some essential steps to claim your place as the CEO of Y.O.U. and make those lingering internal adjustments so you can fully embody what I call your empire mentality.Entrepreneurs are vision people and often don’t enjoy getting bogged down in tedious details, I’m preaching to the choir here right? BUT… if you really want to set yourself up for success, you have to start treating your business like a business. Whether you're just getting started or your existing business needs a big ol’ reset, today’s episode may deliver a few wake up calls. And I promise each awareness will guide you toward your “Empire Mentality,” which is key to creating a supportive framework for the important work you do.We're going to take an honest look at the ways you might not operate from the level of business ownership and dig into the beliefs behind your actions, or non-actions, that keep you from claiming extreme ownership over your enterprise.I’ll offer you 7 simple action steps to stop treating yourself like a hobbyist in your business and tips to start honoring yourself as head of a growing empire (or mini-empire if that feels better to you.) Plus, I’ll share some stories of my own growth from being an aspiring musician to becoming the successful CEO of Uplevel. Let’s honor you today and that badass Soul-Sourced™ entrepreneur you know you are!
24 minutes | 3 months ago
The ‘Play Big’ Zone
Is there something you keep not doing? Something big you want to take on that you just haven’t been able to bring yourself to claim? Confession: I was scared to death to tell anyone I wanted to be a musician. And I did exactly what scared people do... I made excuses, told stories, and stayed stuck. These patterns can stop any dream, vision, or goal dead in its tracks. Today’s episode features two stories… one when I was about to give up on everything, the other when I saved some clients from giving up everything.This week, I’m sharing a chapter from my soon-to-be-released book, “The Soul-Sourced™ Entrepreneur.” And what’s becoming more and more clear to me as we progress through these turbulent times is this book shows you how to dig deeper within yourself to gain a level of wisdom beyond anything the world, and its shoulds, has to offer you.“The Play Big Zone” is the chapter I’ve chosen to share with you in this episode, where I recount one of the first masterminds I led and how much I learned when everything went south... the first day. You’ll hear how I navigated from panic to inspired from within.My intention is, as you listen, you’ll begin to hear the ever so subtle differences between being committed and being convinced and how to use the power of commitment to act on your decisions, despite external no’s and internal doubts.It’s when we can move up and out of our own gravity and spot our own stuff, that we can fully jump into becoming who we’re destined to be. Dreams require decisions, and decisions require commitment.
27 minutes | 3 months ago
Change the How, Not the What
Have you lost that lovin’ feeling for your business? Has the passion and excitement run dry? Before you take off sprinting in a completely different direction, let’s get curious and find out what else might be going on. Maybe it’s not WHAT you’re doing that has you wanting to cut and run, but HOW you’ve been doing it … and that my friend, can be fixed.When a client comes to me and says ‘I’ve lost the passion in my business’ they often immediately follow that with the new idea they’re ready to start tomorrow.And that’s when I, ever so delicately, introduce them to the idea of changing the how, not the what. If you’re at that place where you’re ready to throw in the towel, it’s likely your mindset, happiness, and excitement have been slowly whittling away. Of course, I don’t want to make you feel like you have to stay stuck, but before you ditch your current business, let’s explore what might be the real issue.In this episode, I’ll outline 3 places to start changing the HOW in your strategy track, which is the tactics and marketing, sales stuff of your business. Then I’ll give you 3 places to start changing the HOW in your soul track, where all the softer, internal stuff functions, which is something we tend to forget is just as important—and impactful—when you’re running a Soul-Sourced™ Business. Listen in to remember what’s deep and true about what you do and see if we can ignite that lost spark again.***If you liked this episode enough to give the show a five-star review, please click those stars and leave a written review.***Featured in this Episode:Read Profit First, by Mike MichalowiczPre-Order The Soul-SourcedTM Entrepreneur on AmazonSong: Now that I Know, from the Right Outta Nowhere album
27 minutes | 3 months ago
When Boundaries Get Broken (Part 2)
Have you ever broken a boundary you set in your business, only to sit back and wonder, “What the heck was I thinking??” In part two of “When Boundaries Get Broken,” we enter the ninja zone of self-awareness and extreme personal power. You’ll get some real tools for how to catch yourself at that critical moment as you’re about to dive off the “Sure, I’ll do that!” ledge yet again, so that you can pause and get clear. In part one of this series, I shared 3 key questions to ask when you’re having a boundary issue, and I gave you action steps to help you clear your emotions and operate from a place of integrity when addressing a colleague, client or contractor who seems to have crossed a boundary.Of course, just knowing those steps doesn’t guarantee your conversations about boundaries will be easy, but putting them into practice makes it easier to trust yourself when you share your clarity with others. And as with all things in a Soul-SourcedTM business, the place to turn for that clarity is within. This week, we’re doing some self-reflection to find where you stopped being clear, when you settled for less than you needed or deserved, and what you tolerated when you didn’t want to. I’ll guide you through the patterns behind all those times you said “yes” when you meant “no”, and we’ll take a look at when you’ve trained people around you to not honor your clarity. Spoiler: it all comes back to your ability to clearly express your needs. So I’m also digging into the five core beliefs we all have that make us avoid being clear and seemingly force us to break our own boundaries. Note: If you missed part 1 of the series, I’d suggest you check it out first because it’s a good introduction to what we cover in this episode. But, you know, if you only downloaded this one and aren’t currently on wifi, that’s cool … just give part 1 a listen when you get a chance.
35 minutes | 3 months ago
When Boundaries Get Broken (Part 1)
Does it sometimes feel like people just walk all over you? Or you hear yourself saying “yes” when you know in your heart you should say “no.” Do you ever feel like people ignore your boundaries, standards or needs? If so, then fret no more! In this first episode of a 2-part series, we’re going to look at what to do when a boundary has been miscommunicated or a line has been crossed, and how to express your feelings from a place of clarity, authenticity, and integrity, even when (especially when!) it’s uncomfortable.Boundaries are a big topic for Soul-SourcedTM entrepreneurs … whether they’re being broken by clients, questioned by your team, or even when you’re the one breaking a clear boundary you set up yourself.And to be clear, boundaries aren’t necessarily a “none shall pass” impenetrable barrier. They’re often just simple needs and standards you have. The ways you work most effectively. The kinds of clients you’re meant to serve. The types of team members you groove with. Essentially, boundaries are the standards you set based on what works best for you and your business. To help paint this picture, you’re going to hear what I learned when a musician I admired held firm boundaries with me backstage at a show. Navigating these situations can feel tricky, so let’s talk about how you can clear your emotions and operate from a place of integrity. Listen in to learn the three questions to ask yourself when you’re experiencing a boundary issue - including how to see it as an opportunity to expand. Then I’ll walk you through four simple action steps to take BEFORE you address your concerns with someone else. Be sure to check back next week for part two where I’ll cover five key areas we often find crossed boundaries, and the unconscious core beliefs that cause us to break them.
24 minutes | 3 months ago
On Being Cut Out for Business
Ever ask yourself if you’re cut out for this entrepreneur thing? Well you’re not alone. In fact, I’ve asked myself the very same question. So many books out there about how to run a business … all the strategic, left brain stuff that rarely jibes with Soul-SourcedTM entrepreneurs who started with an idea, not a business plan. But, just because you’re not one of those kick-ass-and-take-names entrepreneurs, doesn’t mean you can’t be highly successful. And that’s what today’s episode is all about.I’m doing something totally different in this episode. I got a couple of inspirations that made me want to switch things up. Yup, call me a Quick Start. I recently did a coaching Q&A call, and many of the questions received from podcast listeners, such as yourself, had a similar theme: Am I sabotaging my business being the way I am?So today I have the perfect antidote for the feeling of “I'm doing something wrong,” by sharing the intro of my new book The Soul-SourcedTM Entrepreneur, which is all about the inner game of having a business.It’s a story I called “On Being Cut Out for Business” from the early days in my music career. It’s a behind-the-scenes story proving that you don’t have to be the way all the strategists and gurus tell you to be in order to be successful.You’ll also hear why I require my clients to check a box that says, “I’M IN.” (HINT: It’s an acronym for: Initiating intention, Managing power, Interpreting experiences, and Navigating decisions. Discover why the business world is one you’re cut out for, my friend, and more importantly, one that’s cut out for you.
40 minutes | 4 months ago
The Fear of "Putting Yourself Out There"
The number one entrepreneurial fear my clients have confessed to over the years is the fear of putting themselves out there (i.e., the fear of being seen, or being a fraud). To make matters worse they then move on to stuffing those feelings down, which won’t help at all. Well, today on the Soul-SourcedTM Business Podcast, I'm bringing you an alternative option, one that you can turn to time and time again when you need it. Confession: I am always scared to put myself out there. I am never not nervous to step on a stage. I’m always jittery when I hit send, publish, post, record... you name it. Always.I’m not supposed to admit that. (Whoops.) In fact, if you and I follow all the success gurus? We’re supposed to crush fear, kill fear, and smash fear. Or better yet, act like we don’t have any!Well here’s the deal. You can clear the fear and move forward!So in today’s episode, I’m amping. that. shit. up. We’re gonna deep dive into this crazy fear that stops WAY too many people in their tracks. First, we’ll talk about the phases and scenarios when it likes to rear its ugly head. Then I’ll break down the untruths about this particular niggly fear. And last I’m going to share how I teach my clients to move through it so it loses its tight grip.
38 minutes | 4 months ago
The 5 Phases of the Entrepreneur
Starting, running, and growing a creative business - what I call Soul-SourcedTM - can be tricky waters to navigate. Then we throw in comparisonitis and all the should’s of entrepreneurship, and we begin to blindly follow the white rabbit down the trail. But there is good news, my friend. Over the years in working with clients here at Uplevel, I've identified phases we experience, and with this clarity, we're put back into the driver's seat of our business!We've all heard from the old school business drowns that creating a business plan is the first thing you must do as a business owner. This mentality doesn't take what I call the Soul Track of business into consideration. This includes the mindsets that, very naturally, get us stuck in place and unable to move forward or even make a decision.Now there is nothing wrong with business plans, yet for example what a solo-business owner needs when they begin is to get clients and put some other things to the side, until they're ready for those elements - and that's the tricky part.That's where the five phases of the entrepreneur come in. They help you identify not only the right strategies for where you're at, but there will be a huge weight lifted from your shoulders as you let go of all the shoulds you've been carrying around.These phases determine your needs, highlight the obstacles, and the mindset blocks that prevent you from making money and getting to the next level. Phases aren't steps, and they're not defined by revenue! Listen in and feel the liberation when you finally find your entrepreneur phase.
31 minutes | 4 months ago
The 6 P’s of Coaching
Being a coach is a skillset based on knowledge, experience, and practice. Some entrepreneurs have a hard time labeling themselves as “coach,” but in reality, we all coach our clients in some fashion. Coaching happens in all types of businesses. Let’s take a look under the hood and find the truth about the mechanics of coaching.What you hear in today’s episode isn’t a guide to being a great coach, or something you might read in countless eBooks found all over the Internet. These are six core components that I’ve developed while working with clients.Coaching is unique to each individual. Even when two business owners are in the same field, their coaching will be vastly different as they’ve faced different challenges and overcome them in their own way.And honestly, that’s the beauty here. You serve as a source of personalized information and guidance. It isn’t about telling people what to do. It’s about being a place of support as you help others navigate obstacles you’ve previously conquered. As you listen to the 6 P's of coaching, check-in with yourself, and see which principles you connect with. Cheers to coaching clients!
31 minutes | 4 months ago
Cringe-Worthy Requests and What to Say
Let’s face it. These awkward moments are gonna happen. Sometimes, they make us laugh. Sometimes, they piss us off. Either way, you can remain calm and clear - and maintain your standards and boundaries. Today, we’re going to look at this all-too-common occurrence from every angle. Think of it as a full-body workout, and let me share a framework to navigate these conversations with ease.When was the last time someone put you on the spot? Maybe a dear friend asked you for a discount. Maybe your sister volunteered your time and ignored the fact that you just started a business. These scenarios can feel defeating and frustrating, and sometimes stop us in our tracks. Those lovely Gremlins pop up in our heads and in an instant our attention is diverted into a blackhole of self-doubt.That’s exactly why I created something for myself - five steps in fact - so when on-the-spot questions came up, I could respond clearly and confidently.I share the experience from a recent client as an example of how an awkward discount request was turned into a confident response. You’ll never get stuck wishing you knew what to say with these strategies in your hip pocket. Cheers!
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