And that’s a wrap! In the final episode of the season, we’re talking about some of the highlights of Season 4 (looking at you Brooke Castillo), how I restructured my Ad Consultant Incubator and what that meant for the launch, expanding my team, and what you can expect in the next season of the Get Paid Podcast.“I started paying people to do more shit for me. So while I might not be making back the exact investment every single month, it's time and space for me to start thinking bigger.” - Claire PelletreauClick To Tweet
Iczel Katz is a launch strategist and business coach who uses her expertise with Facebook ads, the ASK Method®, and online launches to successfully grow her clients’ businesses. She leverages her diverse background and ability to clarify complex problems to help mission-driven business owners simplify, and create effective business processes.
In this week’s episode of the Get Paid Podcast, Iczel chats about the lessons trying to sell 48,000 pounds of Guatemalan coffee taught her, why every entrepreneur should read Choose by Ryan Levesque, and learning to prioritize things outside of her business.If you're a solopreneur and you're still figuring out how to do this, do not do a multi video launch as your first thing. It will not serve you.Click To Tweet
Courtney Foster-Donahue is an actor by trade, a four-time entrepreneur by accident, and host of The Courtney Show on purpose. She helps other entrepreneurs build, grow, and scale their businesses through her suite of acclaimed online programs including FB Framework™, The Course Course, and her content-free membership, Thrivemind.“A lot of people roll their eyes at evergreen funnels and things that are automated. And that doesn't make sense. Businesses should be in a place where we can get solutions to people when they need them, ” — Courtney Foster-DonahueClick To Tweet
Meet Jereshia Hawk, the engineer turned entrepreneur who went from leading projects worth hundreds of millions to doubling her corporate salary and quitting her job within the first year of starting her online business. Jereshia’s journey started on Facebook Live where she started selling $19 PDFs, she then turned it into a $60/month group program, and now she runs a business that has helped has helped hundreds of coaches, consultants and freelancers turn their side hustle selling services into six-figure businesses through her program, Services That Sell.“What's the simplest way for you to go out there and do your thing? What's the minimum viable audience that I could sell to? What if I just sell based off of value and it's a higher price point?” — Jereshia Hawk Click To Tweet
How did you determine the product your market needs? How did you launch your online course? How did you start getting clients? How do you get paid? These are the types of questions I ask my guests on the Get Paid Podcast. Back in 2015, I answered a few of these very questions on how I ran my business, worked with clients, and got paid in my first year of online business.
But, like many things – the way I get paid today is significantly different than how I did in my first year.“The biggest thing I learned about myself is that I seek - and flourish - off of external validation.” - Claire PelletreauClick To Tweet