EP 06 - Finding Your Sweet Spot (ft. Lacey Sites)
Sales. That word will either bring you excitement or make you really uncomfortable. When it comes to speaking, you will have to sell yourself. But it doesn’t have to be uncomfortable, it can be something incredibly empowering! Whether you are selling your presentation to an organizer to get a spot on that lineup or you are selling your products and services to an audience to help move them into your business, today's conversation is going to help you really look at that sales process from a new perspective. It is all about finding your sweet spot! My dear friend, Lacey Sites, is going to help us navigate finding how we find our sweet spot. Because we don't always have to do the cookie cutter formula and sometimes just figuring out what our sweet spot will leads us to making the biggest impact.
Lacey Sites is a business mentor and success coach for high performing female entrepreneurs. At the start, her business grew to a multiple six figure mark in less than 16 months. After achieving that, she made it her mission to help other women build and grow their own service based business. She is an expert at finding your sweet spot so that your business can bring your personal and financial freedom.
Episode takeaways you don’t want to miss:
You can find a place that lights you up and brings all the things you love together.
Talking about sales shouldn’t be uncomfortable and shameful for your audience, but should empower them to decide if what you are offering fits them.
It’s OK if all speaking venues don't feel like a good fit. Take the time to find the ones that work best for you, or talk to the organizer about making adjustments to best fit your teaching style.
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