Ep. 67 How to Make Your First 1k Without Fear
with Allison Nelson
"We don't have to have a rags to riches story. We don't have to have something amazing happened to us in order to feel to be relatable and to share it.
People don't care about a hospital stay nearly as much as they care about the fact that I cried when my daughter went to her first day of first grade. Because that's more relatable! People want relatable. People want the normal."
Discussed in this Episode...
Where to start to make your first $1,000 in business?
How do we overcome the fear that we're unqualified?
So how can we create confidence and new evidence?
- Why coaching is important to confront our mindset
- You’re probably charging too little and have more to offer than you realize
- You need to believe in your value!
- The importance of curiosity
- How relatable content is king!
More about Allison:
Allison Nelson is the business coach for solopreneurs looking to take action in growing their online service-based business. She weaves her past experience in marketing, counseling and education into her passion for helping female entrepreneurs build organic marketing strategies that take their side hustle to consistent income. Allison believes that with the right blend of strategy and mindset, women don’t have to wait until their kids are older or they have more time to grow the business of their dreams and take care of their family. In her spare time, Allison loves reading books with a good cup of coffee, playing princess tea party with her five year old, and organizing (and re-organizing) every room in her house.
More about Lani:
Lani is a mom to 6 kids, and wife to her husband of 15 years. She survives on caffeine, laughing with her kids, cooking in the kitchen, hiding in the pantry eating chocolate, and helping other women know they are not alone in the chaos of motherhood & their entrepreneur journey.
She is a Clarity & Strategy Coach for mom entrepreneurs! Helping them to create flexible strategies that adjust and move with the chaos of mom life, but still bring consistent monthly income. Her mission is to help mompreneurs get out of survival mode, release the mom guilt, and create a clear plan of action that will help them reach their dreams of consistent monthly income, flexibility, and freedom.