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Alexis Pierce (Business Heroine Magazine)

The Harsh Truth About Why You’re Still Struggling

It’s 1am the night before a big trip, so I’m going be straight with you. It may rub you the wrong way, but I’m tired of sugar-coating: When you spend your time looking for reasons why your business isn’t working – and how to fix it – you’re just solidifying the problem. Because for 99.9% more »

Stella Orange (Business Heroine Magazine)

6 Simple Questions For A Clear and Compelling Marketing Message

A lot of Internet-Famous Super Coaches talk about how you need a message in your marketing. And they’re right. But from there, it always seems like they never quite tell you what the actual ingredients are in a money-making marketing message. This can be frustrating, not to mention weirdly mysterious! The truth is, there’s no more »

Grace Kelly (Business Heroine Magazine)

How To Navigate Life And Business Gracefully

Self-consciousness blocks connection in life and business. People feel it when your focus is on yourself, your agenda, and not them. I really got this about 8 months ago when I invested in a weekend event. I sat in a room with a small group of people and I couldn’t relax. I kept wondering: Was my dress OK? How more »

Kate Northrup (Business Heroine Magazine)

How To Have Serious Fun And Stay Playfully YOU In Business

I always had this idea that if I took myself seriously as a business woman, author, speaker, and what have you, I wouldn’t be able to have fun in business. So I prided myself on not taking myself too seriously. It made me more approachable. It made me more likeable. And, if I’m being honest more »

Stella Orange (Business Heroine Magazine)

7 Ways To Write Inspired (And Consistent!) Content

Sharing great content with people who haven’t bought from you yet is a classic — and classy — marketing move. But for some reason, writing a newsletter or publishing our blog consistently is a real challenge for many self-employed professionals, healers, teachers and coaches. So how can you improve your consistency, when in comes to more »

Denise Duffield-Thomas (Business Heroine Magazine)

Six Things That Don’t Have To Be Perfect In Business

I admit that I used to be a bit of a perfectionist, and I still can be. If I’m not careful, I can really beat myself up over everything in my business. I totally get it, I totally understand But I’ve also been able to create a very successful seven-figure business by giving myself permission more »

Pat Romain (Business Heroine Magazine)

Make Social Media Easy!

Nowadays every company has a presence on social media. If you have a business (or manage one) and you are not on there yet, you should be. Embracing the benefits of social media marketing (especially for small companies) to engage your customers and attract prospects is now the norm in the marketing world. Social media more »

Anne-Sophie Dumetz (Business Heroine Magazine)

She’s a Changemaker: Loving in Business, Loving Myself

She’s a Changemaker: Every heroine has a Changemaker within. She’s smitten with a dream that feels bigger than she is, and she dares to rise into it. She bravely steps beyond her fear, choosing instead her soul’s deepest desires. She has the audacity to disturb, defy, and go her own way. Heed the call of more »

Grace Kelly (Business Heroine Magazine)

Spotlight Interview: Grace Kelly On Building Your Biz With Confidence

Grace Kelly is a success coach who helps women increase their confidence & earning power to create stylish lives & businesses they love. Formally a French teacher in London, Grace left her salary behind, moved to Italy, and started an international coaching business. After successfully growing her business to 6-figures in 6 months, she went on to generate more »

Allyson Spellman (Business Heroine Magazine)

How to Bring Your “A” Game

In my “former life” I was an actress and in-between gigs I did what most actresses have to do to survive –get a “real job.” For me that job meant I better become a “take no prisoners” salesperson or I wasn’t going to make my rent. It was during those “starving artist” years that I more »

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