Have you ever wondered…
“Why aren’t more people buying my stuff? I’ve worked really hard and put so much time and energy into this thing. Plus — my product is really freakin’ good! Why don’t I have more customers?”
If so, you’re gonna love today’s episode of MarieTV.
Listen in as my friend Ramit Sethi and I talk about a simple, yet profound, shift you can make to sell more and make your clients and customers happier in the process.
I gotta be a proud business mama for a minute.
Last week, we officially graduated the 2013 class of B-School: our online business training program for modern entrepreneurs.
Our grads are from 77 countries around the world. Totally diverse in age, type of business and drum roll — we had more men than ever in the program this year!
It was truly an extraordinary experience.
We’re getting close to having 10,000 worldwide graduates — which blows my mind.
On behalf of myself and my team — we feel both humbled and privileged to play a part in helping hardworking, honest, ethical business owners in every corner of the globe reach higher levels of happiness and success.
We’ll open up early enrollment for the 2014 class later this summer. If you want details, let us know by virtually raising your hand here.
Now onto today’s episode — which is a toughie!
You’ve worked really really hard to build a business you thought was your lifelong passion, but it turns out — it’s not.
The bills are piling up. The business is on life support and you need to make a clear decision: either turn things around and save your business, or admit defeat and move on.
Should you close down what you’ve poured years of your life into or do you strap yourself in and find a way to save your business?
I’m still riding a sweet TV high from Sunday night.
The Walking Dead and Game Of Thrones both had big nights (one season finale and one season premiere, respectively) and I was really happy to indulge in a little popcorn break.
That’s because since the car accident a few weeks ago, things have felt a bit more intense than usual.
Which brings me to today’s very special MarieTV episode.
You see, I’ve known about this topic for years — and even heard great things about it from many people I trust. But honestly, I was still skeptical.
That’s until our car wreck gave me a big reason to dig in and really test it for myself.
You see, the stress, psychological trauma and after-effects of that crash simply could not be cleared by traditional means.
I know that millions of people around the world swear by EFT’s effectiveness — and if you don’t already know what it is or how it works, you’re in for a treat.
Whether you have trauma from a past event, or simply a lot stress affecting your energy, results and joy — this episode is a must watch.
I just wrapped up a three day visit with my parents here in Los Angeles — we had sooo many laughs and good times.
One of the things I appreciate most about my mom, in particular, is how painfully direct she is.
“I don’t want to go on rides.” “I want that clam chowder — now.” “This show is boring. Let’s go.”
There’s no upset or drama. Just the simple truth of how she feels about any particular subject, in real time.
She’s a living demonstration of the phrase “give it to me straight.” While you may not always like what she has to say, you always know exactly where she stands.
Saying what you mean, directly and plainly, isn’t a skill that comes naturally for many of us.
Especially when it comes to having delicate conversations that involve both business and friendship.
Did you have any weird habits when you were a kid?
I did. While I didn’t realize it at the time, some of my childhood obsessions foreshadowed who I’d become as an adult. More on that in a second.
In today’s episode of MarieTV, we’re tackling a money block that holds a lot of us back and prevents us from being as successful as we can be.
If you ever feel conflicted about wanting to make more money, as though your desire to make more money somehow makes you less of a “spiritual person,” watch this video now.
Because you may have some toxic beliefs about money (consciously or unconsciously) that not only limit your income but your happiness too.