01 Dec [VLOG 50] Epic Failures
Scared to launch your new business? Then this episode is a MUST WATCH! Find out:
– Some of the funniest ways Alice and I have failed.
– How to think about money when launching your new business.
– What we think about working for free – should you do it?
– How to manage your own expectations around business growth in the first year.
– Our views on keeping a job whilst launching your dream business. And…
– The best way to develop skills in your new trade.
It’s a great episode, JAM PACKED with really practical advice, more than enough cringe moments and some stories we’ve NEVER shared before. It’s the perfect watch if you’ve just launched your new business or you’re scared to make the jump to launch your first business.
Let me know in the comments what you take from this video…especially if you feel more confident about launching your business…and don’t forget to include #Shoutout in the comments for a shout out in an upcoming vlog!
We really enjoyed filming this one. It’s a bit different than normal…let us know if you’d like to see more like this. We’ve been thinking about doing a weekly Q&A for example…What do you think?
Alice & Lisa x x
P.s. The Facebook live moment??! Oh my days! #epicfailure
How to change your life free course – https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLLx7wQDoRJXQvcVGHFS8FBGT-yxGU976n – Look for video 3 ‘How to make a living doing what you love’
ABOUT ME **
Hi I’m Lisa and I’m a coach, speaker and vlogger living in Tynemouth, Newcastle. Having built two traditional six-figure businesses by the time I was 30, I knew that ‘success’ wasn’t what I wanted. What I wanted was to be happy. Very happy. In my daily vlogs, I share brand new content on how to change your life, how to make a living doing what you love and how to live your dream life almost daily. Also obsessed with dogs, vegan baking and marketing. Love this content? Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to be notified of future vlogs. I post a new vlog showing my journey of change every single day!
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Filmed on Canon G7X Mark II