In this webinar I'm working with Sarah Leather, taking her online membership club from nothing to sellable product in just an hour (okay, maybe an hour and a half - including time for questions). Follow along here.
We've since rebranded as Simplero, so don't be confused by the talk about zenbilling,
Maj already had a successful private practice as a couple's therapist and sexologist when she decided to add an online component to her business and become "The Web Sexologist". Yeah, she had to sink twice before owning that. But she did, and here we are.
In this interview she reveals how she got started, the key decisions she made along the way that got her to where she is today, and the advice she would give others in her place.
NB. Simplero was known as zenbilling back then. Don't let...
Nadia (now Carolina) was a freelance journalist when she had her first child. She quickly realized that being a freelance journalist and a mother was a recipe for stress.
She started an online business teaching other parents how to carry their children in a sling - a great way to foster a close parent-child connection.
18 months later that had grown into a business that could sustain her family, with no need to do any work on the side anymore.
Listen to her tell the story in this interview...
Robin had a thriving acupuncture practice when one day her husband was fired, and her family was suddenly forced to think on their feet to keep the roof over their head.
Robin decided to take this as an opportunity to stretch herself, and become the sole provider for her family, so her husband could stay at home and take care of their children.
Her specialty was doing acupuncture with kids. Having never done any kind of information product before, she managed to put together a program....
This interview is from last summer (2013), back when Simplero was still called zenbilling, but don't let that fool you. Torill's story is just as impressive today as it was back then.
Listen to her tell the story and everything she learned in the process.
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The special offer at the end is obviously no longer relevant, but her story is as impressive and valuable as ever.
I've always had a strained relationship with physical exercise and movement. I hated phys ed in school, I hated when the family wen biking together, I hated golf, I hated pretty much anything physical. I preferred to sit very still on an office chair in front of my computer and program.
Right before I was going to be in the military I had my brother show me how to go for a run, because I'd never done it. I remember being so sore and my feet got blisters all over from the run. Phew. Not for...
As you may know, my name wasn't always Calvin. I was born Lars. But I changed it, in part because I never liked it, in part because it was tricky in the US (especially my middle and last names - Holger Pind), but mostly because I got really curious about numerology, and wanted to try it out.
Since then I've changed my name one more time, and I'm loving it all the way. The way my life has changed since first changing my name is simply incredible, and completely in line with what the numerology...
Going from having a job where you have to put in body time in order to get paid, like most people do, to making your income from passive or recurring sources, like royalties, licenses, and so on, is a really big step. I wish for everyone to experience the financial freedom that it brings.
But I think if that's all we're shooting for, that's setting the bar pretty low.
What I really want to see is, I want each and every human being on this planet to discover their inner life force, their...
I had the craziest day a couple of weeks ago that I've been meaning to tell you about.
For a long time, I've been wanting to do stand-up comedy. I took a workshop last year and it totally sucked. I also took some classes in improv, but it wasn't quite the same. People have told me that stand-up comedy was a very specific discipline, and that it takes something very special, and that there's a lot of technique and that I should basically forget about it. Blah blah blah.
For even longer, I've...