Feb 28, 2019
How did you determine the product your market needs? How did you launch your online course? How did you start getting clients? How do you get paid? These are several of the questions I ask my guests on the show and in season 1, I answered a few of these very questions on how I ran my business, worked with clients, and got paid in my first year of online business.
But, like many things - the way I get paid today is significantly different than how I did in my first year.
On today’s episode, I share my “origin story” and some of the things I did in my first year of online business. I share how things have changed and evolved over the years and the steps I took to close out a $220K year. I also share the most shocking revelation I’ve had regarding my former attitude toward spending money as well as how I started my first group program and how it has evolved to become a huge revenue source for my business today.
“The biggest thing I learned about myself is that I seek - and flourish - off of external validation.” - Claire Pelletreau
This Week on the Get Paid Podcast:
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Now it’s time to GET PAID
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Now, it’s time to go get yourself paid.