There is one consistent issue I see almost every single blogger who is trying to build a business get wrong. I’ve struggled with this myself for many years and it’s something I still work on today.
To find out what it is and see if you have the same problem, watch this 5 minute video.
Kat Loterzo was a successful personal trainer based in Melbourne Australia. She built up a thriving practice and enjoyed her work, but something wasn’t right. She wanted to do more, help more people and gain freedom from the hours-for-dollars business model.
Today she runs a coaching and digital training business and makes $80,000 a month. She has a membership site, runs online and in-person workshops, has a private coaching program and more.
Listen to this interview and learn how Kat transition from the hours for dollars model to selling digital products and services online.
The minimalist movement is all about simplification and removing decisions from your life. This principle can be applied to your business too, and may be the smartest choice for you as an entrepreneur.
Watch my quick video to find out more.
Recently I have been helping a number of new members of my coaching community to refine their blog topic.
In this video I explain two key considerations that have changed over the years and become even more important today when deciding what subject to focus your blog on.
Enjoy my video and talk to you soon.
This is for all the parents or people who are still working a full time job and thus have limited bursts of time available to work on your business.
You no doubt have already been told that outsourcing is important so you can focus on the most critical tasks. I argue there is a certain type of outsourcing that doesn’t involve human beings at all, that should be your key focus, especially when time is limited.
Watch this short video to hear my explanation.
Tracy started blogging in 2011 and within a year was making money. By the second year she had replaced her full time job income and in 2013 she made $80,000.
Today she makes her living selling various ebooks she wrote herself, and also makes on average $2,000 a month selling skin care related products from her blog via the Amazon affiliate program.
Listen to this interview to learn how she built up her blog and started earning an income from it.
Barbara Turley serves as inspiration to anyone who is currently working a job they like, yet want to quit because of a desire for the kind of freedom that comes from being your own boss.
Barbara had a solid career in the world of finance. The only problem was the incompatibility with the way she likes to work and the way the corporate world expected her to work.
A chance trip on a Virgin flight in Australia introduced her to my EJ blog (I was featured in Virgin inflight magazine many years ago), which opened the door to the world of making money from blogs. She read a lot of the articles on EJ, and later joined my Blog Mastermind program.
Barbara decided to take the leap, quit her job, and began implementing her strategy to become a "women and wealth" coach, helping other women with their financial security.
Listen to this interview to hear the whole story.
There are two different core strategies when building a blog – The Magazine Model and the Expert Model.
In this video I break down the differences between these models and which one I recommend you follow.
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Get ready to be inspired…
Tom Menditto is one highly passionate fellow!
Tom rose from a previous life suffering from the mental illness ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder). He mastered his own condition and today helps other people do the same through his coaching practice based in Pittsburgh.
Tom’s business has grown significantly in recent years primarily thanks to online marketing. Listen to this interview to hear the full story.
Nicola Lees started a blog, TVMole.com, about a very unique subject — she helps people who have an idea for a TV program learn how to pitch their concept to the people who can make it happen.
Nicola makes a living from her blog thanks to all the opportunities that come her way — from consulting gigs, to speaking on panels at events, to contracting work within companies. She also has a course she sells, a recent addition to her online business.
Listen in to this interview to hear exactly how she makes money blogging.
Michelle has been traveling all around Europe since 2005. She has three children (or should by the time you listen to this — she was pregnant with her third when we did the interview), and her kids have lived in a different city in Europe for each year of their lives so far.
Michelle makes $30,000 a month in service billings for her virtual assistant company, and makes as much as $30,000 on top of this each time she does a launch of one of her training programs. She also has a consistent stream of income coming from ongoing sales of her information products when she is not doing launches.
How Mike Grew His Network From $4,500 To $80,000 A Year
When Mike initially took over the BMX sites they were making $4,500 a year. There was clear potential to earn more with over one million page views a month coming to the community.
I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Natalie MacNeil, founder of She Takes On The World, a graduate of my Blog Mastermind and Membership Site Mastermind programs. She’s won an Emmy award, and today is in charge of a half a million dollar a year blogging business.
You can listen to this interview right now to hear the whole story.
In 2010, at 62 years old, Joel Friedlander decided to get back into the industry he left many years prior — independent book publishing.
He started a blog, "The Book Designer", which focuses on elements of book design like spacing, margin, typography and layout. In the same year he enrolled in my Blog Mastermind program.
Joel’s results since then are nothing less than spectacular. Listen to the interview to hear exactly what he did and how you too can start a money making blog.
Muhammad Noer, or Noer as he likes to be called, was born in Sumatra Indonesia.
As a side project while working his full time job, he started a personal blog because he wanted to get back into writing. His topics were speed reading and slide presentations, two subjects he is passionate about.
Today Noer has over 1,000 paying members to his two products and over 20,000 subscribers to his websites.
You can hear how he set all of this up in the interview.
Morgan previously worked in the mortgage world. He became quite experienced in the field, but did not like some of the practices going on in his industry.
He decided to start a blog about it, which he began as a side project while maintaining his job (his job provided plenty of ideas for blog content).
Initially his blog acted as a tool to help gain exposure for what he did at work, but as he studied more about blogging he realised it could become an income source. Eventually his blog became his full time project as his income reached the $4,000 to $6,000 a month level.