Welcome to One Woman Shop Weekly Finds - where
we members of the community scour the web to bring you a curated list of posts, links, and resources that we they think will help your business—and maybe even your life! This week’s curator: marketing coach and passion junkie Fab Giovanetti.
Are you a ninja, a rockstar, or a guru? When you are a One Woman Shop fully immersed in your own industry, you hear those cliches all over the place. Repetitive? Possibly. Hyperbolic? Absolutely. Useful? You betcha! Rebecca from the Uncaged Life explains why ‘juiciness’ and ‘tribe’ are actually good for your business.
Sometimes it happens. We identify ourselves with our business and forget to love ourselves as an individual. When doubt and fear come my way, I find it useful to go back to these three tips from Female Entrepreneur Association.
When I am not musically inspired (or when I am just too lazy to put something on), I love this app: Coffitivity. It recreates the ambient sounds of a cafe to boost your creativity and help you work better, and it’s great for solopreneurs who can get pretty lonely in the house all day.
Is your day dominated by fear? Fear of not being enough, not charging enough, not being perfect enough? (As if that can even be possible!) Resistance creates stagnation in our business and in our lives. Erika Lyremark guides you through the 15 most common feelings of resistance, and how to get unstuck.
This podcast = manifestation + money love, on steroids. Kat Loterzo interviews Denise, who's not afraid of taking life head-on and openly and honestly she shares her story. The money blocks are the same ones we all repeatedly face on a regular basis. It’s refreshing to hear that success doesn’t come overnight, but it can start manifesting quickly!
Are you looking to create a video series? They are hotter than Brad and Angelina’s wedding in the one-woman business community. Marketing extraordinaire Amy Porterfield breaks down the top tips to create a three-part video series, exploring techniques, tools and strategies to create an effective lead magnet. Genius!
Should you do a blog crawl? Firstly, what is a blog crawl? Blogger Sarah Von Bargen explores in her three-part series why you should do a blog crawl, how you should organise it, and who you should ask to contribute. It’s an effective tool for that new (insert product or service here) you are about to launch.