Today we are talking about one of my favorite things to explore with the clients I am working with. We are talking about mental static. What is mental static and how does it impact your sales? That is what we are going to be exploring today.
Mental static is one of the biggest sales killers out there when it comes to speaking and storytelling. Today I am going to share five mental static creating mistakes and what to do about them.
On today’s episode, we have Kevin Kwan. Kevin is a friend of mine that spoke at my event at the High Ticket Wellness Summit a couple of months back and I have been blown away by the excellent content he is creating. He is a master on Facebook in particular. He has been an excellent person to get to know, see how he is serving people, and how she is developing people. He is an expert in sales and creating great written content.
I wanted to invite him onto the podcast to share something that is near and dear to my heart. It is a simple and powerful framework that you can use to create content on social media that is going to be driving conversations and engagement that will be getting you more clients. If you can keep at this formula then you are going to be consistently attracting the right clients.
On today’s episode, we have Alex Moscow. I am so excited to share this episode with you. I started working with Alex about a year ago, helping him with his presentations on how to sell more over social media, how to improve your sales over the phone, and how to run great events both in-person and virtually. His processes and systems were phenomenal and very inspiring to me.
Within a few months, I was working with Alex not only on improving my sales and messaging but also on how I see my business, my role in my business, and what the most important things to be doing are. It has transformed my philosophy. One of the great things we get to hear in this episode and we get to see how it has evolved from attending and being inspired by music festivals when he was younger to planning, hosting, and coordinating tons. We get to hear his philosophy on what makes a great coach and what kinds of questions do great coaches ask.
Today we are going to be talking about a very interesting and a little bit contradictory topic. Can Authenticity Be Manipulative? If there is one story that I hear a lot of from people that I work with or people that are considering working with me, it’s that the story of why they can’t share a certain story.
We are going to talk about how to turn that around and make sure that we are using our authenticity in ways that are aligned with us and are not manipulative. I am sharing three steps today to make sure your authenticity is powerful and is aligned with the best version of yourself.
On today’s episode, we have Dr. Jeff Spencer. Dr. Jeff is an expert in all things champions. Being a former Olympic athlete himself and now working as a high-performance coach to many executives, top athletes, and top artists.
On this episode, we get to explore a lot of elements of his philosophy around what creating goals for a champion really looks like. There is a section of the interview I get to dive in with him on how he interviews potential clients to see if they are really ready for the transformation that he can provide. This is a really useful segment for anyone that is a coach and is trying to determine what their process is for onboarding clients. Dr. Jeff is making sure his clients are ready to show up.
I have another solo episode for you today. I have been loving creating these solo episodes and there is definitely a call for more of them. I have been doing this podcast for three years now and I can hardly believe that. There have been a ton of interviews, heard from a ton of experts, and it has just been fun creating my own stuff and sharing my own voice and perspective. Many of these things are emerging and growing for me and it is really exciting to be able to share this process I am going through with you. Looking back on this year of 32, I have four big lessons.