The Five Reasons Your Stuff Isn't SellingSix Figs add
So you just started your business and you’re so excited! But…your services or products just aren’t selling. Why is this?
I’ve come up with five reasons as to why your stuff isn’t selling and I tell you all about them in Episode Ten of Six Figs Podcast. Tune in to find out what they are, and why they’re all so important to consider.
I Found My NicheSix Figs add
This week I am talking all about how my business started and how it has evolved over the past 18 months. I have been doing a lot of work to hone in on who I am as a business owner and what Upspeak is. I’ve been digging deep, uncovering layers and finding my ONE THING. Tune in to hear me talk all about it.
Is this something you have been experiencing? Are you in the process of “niche-ing” down? If so, I want to hear all about it sister! Let’s start that conversation over on the Six Figs Instagram page. Tell me what the process has been like for you.
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Your Dreamiest Dream ClientSix Figs add
For a while I really thought I had my dream client nailed down. She was a woman, in her thirties, married….annnnnd that was pretty much it! Then I had a conversation with my business coach. She asked me who my favorite people to work with were. From there, I discovered a whole new way to hone in on who my dream client is. That is what I talk about in Episode 8 of Six Figs Podcast. Together, we are going to do the work to find out who our dreamiest dream client really is. Let’s do this sister!
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You're Worth a MillionSix Figs add
Welcome back to the podcast! We are in the of a transition of a re-brand. Dream Weaver was perfect for Upspeak 1.0 but isn’t quite clear enough for Upspeak 2.0. Now, we bring you Six Figs, a podcast that strives to help women earn six figures on their own.
This episode is based off of some slides that I put up on my IG stories about how to decide how much to charge for your services. It got tons of attention. People were asking me all sorts of questions so I decided that we needed to have this conversation on the podcast. Moving forward, as you may have noticed from the rebrand, the content of this podcast is going to be based on women making six figures on our own terms. I want to de-stigmatize the conversation around money. We are all capable of changing our money stories and making six figures so let’s do it honeys!
This week we are talking all about pricing. How do I price my services? This is a question I get all of the time from clients and followers on Instagram. Often, we are starting in the wrong place. A lot of new business owners are asking, “What are others charging for this service?” Or they make assumptions. “Can people actually afford this?” These are not the questions that you want to ask yourself when pricing your services. There is sooooo much that goes into the equation. Tune into Episode 7 of Dream Weaver to learn how to work through this process.
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Copy CatsSix Figs add
After a short coffee break, we are back Dream Weavers! This week we are talking all about copy cats. We have accused others of copying our creative idea, and maybe we have even copied fellow creative citizens. Either way, Meg is here to teach you the difference between inspiration and blatantly taking someone’s idea. She will also dive into how to properly handle these situations.
Are any ideas original? How do we know if we are copying someone else’s work? When is it the right time to call someone else out on taking our work? Here’s what I have to say about that in Episode 6, “Creativity in general is the wild west. So here's the thing, at the end of the day, I think it's about just figuring out how to really own the things we're doing, feel good, and like we have integrity in that, and then honor our competition in the ways that allow us to exist in a community with our competitors and not be seen as infringing.”
Tune into Episode 6 for more.
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Just Jump, GirlSix Figs add
In Episode 5 of Dream Weaver, Meg demystifies the idea that there is a “blueprint” for taking the leap. There is no blueprint. There are no special powers. The people who take the leap are no different than you. They are simply pushed into it, or internally pulled. Tune in to find out what that looked like for Meg, and why she thinks it is possible for you too.
What it's like to be in a relationship with an entrepreneurSix Figs add
This week on Dream Weaver you will get to listen to a conversation Meg had with her husband Charlie, about what it is like to be married to an entrepreneur.
Meg and Charlie explore the highs, the lows, and everything in between, of what it is like to be married to an entrepreneur. They talk about how they compliment each other, how Charlie was a big piece of the puzzle in Meg starting her business, and finding legitimacy in yourself and in your business.
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Your Talent Isn't EnoughSix Figs add
Do you think that your talent and passion are enough to take you on the path of becoming a successful business owner? Well-sorry, it’s not true. Talent and passion are only two out of the seven building blocks in creating a successful business. In Episode Three, Meg tells you all about them.
Today on Dream Weaver, Meg is going to tell you all about the seven most important pillars of building a successful business. What are those pillars? Well sure, it starts with talent and passion, but it doesn’t stop there. When building a business you must also focus on follow through, incredible delivery, enthusiasm, the ability to make people feel and committed organization. Meg speaks to each of these. Stay for the whole episode because at the end, Meg answers some questions that the producer of this podcast had. Do you have questions to ask Meg? Send them over to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try our best to answer them in a future episode.
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Structure to Scale with Marisa Vitoria, Founder of Virtual ZenSix Figs add
Hey Dream Weavers! Welcome to Episode 2 where host, Meg Witt talks all about the structure to scale in your business with the founder of Virtual Zen, Marisa Vitoria.
Marisa Vitoria is the founder of Virtual Zen. And no, she’s not a virtual assistant. She coins herself as an online business partner and brings balance to creative small service based businesses. In Episode 2 of Dream Weaver, Meg talks to Marisa all about the difference between a virtual assistant and an online business partner, how an online business partner can help you scale your business and when it’s the right time to hire. Marisa says, “It’s finding the perfect window of knowing, okay I’ve come to a place where I’m ready to scale, I’m ready to change the way I work. How do I do that and who’s going to help me?”
Marisa also discusses what makes working with an entrepreneur so different. As mentioned in Episode 2, “Nothing is black and white with working with an entrepreneur. It’s a very colorful space and you have to be comfortable with the uncomfortable.” Tune in to learn more about the importance of implementing systems, the importance of being an adaptable entrepreneur and more.
Creating Raving FansSix Figs add
Welcome to Episode One of Dream Weaver! This week we are talking all about five star customer service and how that in turn, creates raving fans.
When Meg started her business over a year ago, she knew that one of the biggest things that was going to make her stand out from other business owners was her ability to connect with her clients in a way that was unlike other businesses and to deliver an unparalleled experience. However, in the beginning of her entrepreneurial journey she realized that this was not something other business owners were prioritizing. In conversation she heard fellow entrepreneurs say things like, “Well, I don’t work on weekends,” or “Now, that’s not in our contract.” This isn’t the case for Meg. In Episode One of Dream Weaver, Meg tells us how delivering five star customer service is the thing that took her business to the next level. And what is that one thing she is looking for when she delivers an unparalleled experience? A raving review. Find out how she does it in Episode One.