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You Are Brilliant And Expert In Your Field.
You know your solution is game-changing, and you’re confident in the value it provides, but you’re having trouble selling it. Something isn’t quite right, and you’re not sure what it is…
If this describes you, you’ve come to the right spot and are not alone.
If you’re like most small business owners, freelancers, and digital entrepreneurs, you jumped right into your firm without doing the groundwork that goes into developing clear brand messaging. It’s really prevalent, and here’s why…
You have big dreams and a clear vision of where you want to go, and you’re passionate, excited, and a touch impatient about it.
You know your offer is fantastic, and you’re excited to start working with clients and witnessing their results.
You’re networking, blogging or podcasting, publishing to social media, generating freebies, hosting webinars, participating in specialty groups, and even sneaking into strangers’ DMs – you’re doing everything correctly (ew).
It’s also why you’re working so hard and getting so little in return…
Many people appear to be interested at first, but they never follow through and join up.
Sales aren’t where you want or need them to be, and you’re sick of not getting the results you know you’re capable of in your business.
And maybe — even if it was only a momentary notion — you considered giving up and getting a job, with this as a side hustle.
The trouble is, when you’re the creator, you spend months or years planning your business and how you’ll benefit others — and you spend hours upon hours obsessing over every last detail and nuance, making sure everything is perfect.
So, when a prospective client expresses interest, you tell them everything.
Because these are the things that influence buying decisions, they’re uninterested in learning more or taking the next step.
Jennifer Bourn: Get to Know Her
Individuals do business with people they like and trust, and I hope this page will help you get to know, like, and trust me!
I’ve spent 23 years as a graphic designer, 16 years as a web designer and microagency owner, 12 years as a blogger, and 5 years as a course author. Writing, workshops, speaking, and mentoring dedicated, ambitious freelancers are all things I enjoy.
I’ve made every mistake I suppose you can make over the years, and I’ve learned most lessons the hard way… I’ve learned that running a business takes a lot of time and effort, but it doesn’t have to be difficult if you have the correct information, tools, and assistance.
You can create a successful, prosperous, and freedom-oriented business.
You can have a life that is amazing, joyful, inspiring, and fulfilling.
You can have it all without jeopardizing your soul, sanity, or health.
Creating A Freedom-Based Company
My objective is to build and run a business that I love — one that makes me happy and enthusiastic every day — while also enjoying life and generating important memories with the people who matter most to me… And it is my mission to assist you in doing the same.
I spent far too many years working to live, allowing my company to run me wild and leaving me feeling overworked, overwhelmed, and fatigued. For a long time, I pondered how other freelancers, entrepreneurs, and self-employed professionals were able to achieve the mythical independence I imagined when I established my company.
Thankfully, I now strive to live a fulfilling and amazing life.
To feel inspired, fulfilled, and thrilled about what’s ahead, whether it’s the problems I need to solve, the chores on my to-do list, or the students and clients I get to work with, I ruthlessly manage my time and proactively manage my obligations and expanding business.
Monthly recurring revenue and passive income (that requires active marketing) from online courses, business training programs, digital items, live events, and yes, client services make up my broad income portfolio.
I can now take time away from my business to refresh my soul and actually enjoy life with those that matter most to me.
That doesn’t mean I don’t take my work seriously or take pride in what I make. In fact, despite working less hours and taking longer vacation than ever before, I now feel more creative and inspired than before.