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Intentions, Boundaries and Commitments!
3 Ways to Expand in Business & Parenting

Francoise Everett

Most mothers I work with (and dads, too!) struggle with fatigue and overwhelm, prioritizing and accountability, and making money. They often feel like they are falling short somewhere, and that’s where guilt comes in. Not a good thing!

Guilt is an energy leak to your vitality. Guilt costs you money in your business because you have a hard time owning your value. And worse it costs you quality time with your kids because energetically, you’re not truly present with them.

  • Do you struggle to keep your commitment to your business?
  • Do you have great intentions to spend more quality time with your kids?
  • Do you fall short in business and in parenting because you have unclear boundaries?

If you answered YES to these questions, keep reading!

Here are three things you must be willing to do to release the guilt and expand into your greatness, both in business and in parenting. They do not add another item to your to-do list. Rather, they help you flow, give you the space to move, and get the results you desire.

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Are You Ass-u-me-ing With Your Target Market? (Marketing Help)

One of the #1 mistakes businesses make is assuming they know what their target market wants, and creating marketing copy, promotions, products & services based off of those assumptions.

Why is this a mistake? Well, you know the old adage: "When you assume, you make an ass out of u and me." Are you doing this with your clients and your business?

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What Can the Olympics Teach You About Marketing?

Did you watch any of the Summer Olympics from Great Britain? It was very exciting to watch the competitors, hear their stories, and learn some more history of the country. I've been to GB a couple of times and it was nice to reminisce about my travels there.

I was very impressed with the facilities they had or built to host all the variety of competitions that were represented, the creativity of the Opening and Closing Ceremonies, and the seemless execution of all the details that made it come together into a spectacular experience for the Olympians and the viewers.

When Great Britain decided to put its bid in to be the host nation for the 2012 Olympic Games, they had to prove to the selection committee that they had what it took to get the job done. In essence, they had to promote or market themselves to be "hired." You can learn a lot about marketing your own business from this example.

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Greatness Is In All Of Us–Business Tips from the Olympics (and Nike)–Video

Have you been watching the incredible athletes from around the world the past week in the 2012 Olympics from London? I've been nearly glued to my TV in the evenings (and trying to avoid internet pages that might post the results beforehand and spoil it for me).

Aside from watching the actual competitions, I love the stories they highlight on various athletes and what they've gone through in their pursuit of excellence.

Yet, as I shared in my post last week, you don't have to be an Olympian to be considered great. In fact, you don't even need to make headlines. We all have the capability for greatness within each of us. See the video below that exemplifies this.

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Here Are Some of My Favorite Resources for Business, Mindset & Manifesting

Business Tools/Resources (Business Marketing Help)

Autoresponder, newsletters, blog broadcasts, leads database — AWeber
(Use this link to get a 30-day test drive for $1)

Email Marketing $19/Month!

Online Appointment Scheduler — GenBook
(Use this link and my promocode: LISASMITH1 to get 30 days free plus 15% discount on service)

Online file storage and sharing (documents, audios, pictures) — Dropbox
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