Are you guilty of saying (or even thinking) that you have to do “XYZ” before you can... (fill in the blank here)? Examples: I need to have my website up before I can sign clients, I need to figure out my niche before I can start creating content for Facebook.
You can't stay stuck like this if you want to create a business. Here's why:
When it comes to online business strategies, it’s always important to focus on your strengths. Focus on what you love, because those are the strategies that will come the most natural to you! After one year of testing EVERY single cookie cutter strategy, these are the three that work best for me.
If you’re feeling uncertain about what exactly your niche or your message for your business should be, then I have some good news for you…
You CAN find business clarity, and all you really need is some paper and a pen!
I always thought it's all about strategies and tools when it comes to making five figure months in my
business. I always thought I have to "work hard" to make this work as well.
Well, here's in all honesty and openness what I've REALLY changed during my first multi-five-figure month - and it might not be what you've expected:
There's always been ONE thing in life that I truly missed whilst loving this lifestyle:
Living with PETS! 🐶 🐱 🐨
Now we're pet sitting around the world, which doesn't only allow us to share our time with lovely furry-babies, but provides free luxury accomodation around the globe as well.
How long does it ACTUALLY take to make money in your business, to create consistent income and fulfill your wildest dreams?
Here's how long it took me to find my first client, quit my day job to travel the world and make $12,000 in 3 weeks:
Friends and clients call me "ambitious as f*ck, determined and disciplined." I give most credit for my success, my drive and my results to my daily and weekly disciplines.
But what am I actually DOING each and every day and how can you come up with your own aligned disciplines for success?
It's my first business anniversary. 12 months since I finally decided to call my Life Coaching business "Dreamlife Deluxe". What can I say? You and your business change as you go - and that's amazing. Start before you're ready!
What would I do differently? How much did I invest? What had the biggest impact on my success?
Ever wondering how my location independent summer in Canada looks like?
I decided to spend my summer at a Whitewater Rafting Resort in British Columbia.
To reconnect with nature, to try rafting, and to take some time off from the huzz and buzz of big city life. Here's how a typical day in my current project and life looks like:
Being location independent includes the freedom to work from anywhere at anytime. But it requires discipline as well, to design your day in a productive way. You are responsible for your own work-life balance.
I took notes about a perfect and typical day in my location independent business and life, which took place during week 6 of my second round-the-world trip, in June 2017.
Who saw Elizabeth Gilbert cry on the bathroom floor in Eat Pray Love? Desperately lost about the direction in life, doubting her marriage, her life purpose and herself? I fell in love with Eat Pray Love for the first time at the age of 25. I was fully absorbing the book’s travel tales and identifying myself with the soul searching quest. Traveling to find myself sounded incredible and appealed to me on all levels.
Are you wanting to change your life? Do you know that you want to change your life and build a freedom lifestyle, but don’t know how to take action? I am going to go through four reasons that can prevent you from taking action, and give you the solutions you need to change them.
It took me almost 10 years to finally find the courage to quit my job for the first time. Then my freedom lifestyle began and I started to travel the world. I became an expat in Sydney and never came back. Now, after 3 years in Australia, I did it again: I quit my job for my second round-the-world trip! Here’s how!
If you are anything like me, you prefer living like a local while traveling. It can be cheap, is a cultural experience and allows you to explore a place from a local’s perspective. Hotels can be quite anonymous or lonely, whereas hostels and backpackers are often a bit of a party place for the younger crowds. AirBNB offers unique places and experiences all over the globe, from tree houses, to small guest houses and real authentic homestays.
How Your Money Mindset Affects You: I still tend to worry about money. I DO have enough, I DO earn enough, but still. Our life experiences affect our money mindset, which are subconscious thoughts and feelings towards money. Developing a bad money mindset can create a hurdle between you and your financial goals. Since our thoughts control our actions, feeling stressed can hold you back.
Traveling can be life changing. Truly experiencing different countries and cultures by living like a local, was incredibly eye opening for me. The best part of traveling slowly and volunteering overseas is to live like a local. I despise experiencing a country from the hotel pool only and love nothing more than to really immerse myself into the culture and local life.
I have met many people over the years with similar limiting beliefs holding them back from reaching their dreams. Have you been able to achieve your goals in business, relationships or life in general? Or do you make excuses as to why you can't reach those goals?
The goal in MY life was to travel! I knew that the 9-5 wasn’t for me. From a young age I knew that I wanted to travel around and experience everything the world has to offer.
I’ve been reluctant to show too much of myself. I would have preferred to build my business without my friends and family watching and without strangers judging. I tried to present myself as “neutral”. However people don’t buy your service – they buy YOU and your personality! Sharing your personal story is a great way to grow your business.
Starting a new business can be a stressful part of life. In the beginning months of starting my business I felt all types of emotions. I was excited about this new adventure, but scared of the unknown. In hopes of helping someone else during their journey of entrepreneurship, I've written down 3 things I learned in the first months of starting my business.