Category Archives: Sales

3 Business Lessons I Learned, Believe It or Not, From Watching the ‘Jonas Brothers’ Documentary

Hi beauties, I just published another article on Entrepreneur.com! It’s called: 3 Business Lessons I Learned, Believe It or Not, From Watching the ‘Jonas Brothers’ Documentary I got so inspired about this documentary, that I wrote a blog, pitched an article, followed up for weeks, wrote the article, edited the article to add a bunch of business research and links, and… Voila! The funny thing is that even after all that perseverance and the triumph of […]

Create a Map to the Life of Your Dreams

Come take a ride with me!!! A real one, right now – in my car, around L.A. I’m going to show you how creating the life of your dreams is just like following your GPS.   I’m super excited about this one. It’s one of my favorite teachings and now we can actually DO THIS together.  You’ll have fun. Trust me!   Because I know you well enough to know that you and I have some things […]

3 Business Lessons from the new Jonas Brothers Documentary

Hey lovebirds,  I just watched the new Jonas Brothers Documentary on Amazon Prime and have been crushing ever since.  In all seriousness, I can’t stop thinking about how deeply their story relates to my business – and any story of success.  Sounds a little crazy, huh? Any time I watch, read, or listen to stories of crazy overnight success like theirs, I want to understand what really happened – because I don’t believe it’s magic. […]

Sales as a Dance: Change the Way You Have Sales Conversations

When you think of a ‘sales score,’ what comes to mind? I recently asked my team this question, and they went right to the dictionary and said: Score (noun): a number that expresses accomplishment (as in a game or test) or excellence (as in quality) either absolutely in points gained or by comparison to a standard So, they said, a sales score is some type of system you keep where you mark the number of […]

You Manipulator, You

Have you ever said to yourself, “I don’t like doing sales because they leave me feeling… pushy, slimy, sleazy, manipulative…” etc.? When you’re doing sales, do you experience them as something that doesn’t feel good – to you or the person you’re selling to? This is very common, and it’s one of the main reasons that I teach sales. Your sales conversations do not need to feel slimy, sleazy, or manipulative – in fact, they […]