I hired a six-year-old to run my business, but only after the teenager I'd put in the corner office had messed things up pretty bad.
Let me explain.
In my five year journey as an entrepreneur, I have faced many challenges. I have also reaped many rewards, like being able to spend three winters in [...]Continue Reading →
Have you ever been caught in limbo? Like when someone doesn't actually break up with you, but just stops acknowledging your existence. Or when you feel like you a big change, but you haven't figured out what to do instead. So you keep trying to make the "old" thing work and pretend you are actually [...]Continue Reading →
If you haven't heard about Miley Cyrus's performance at the Video Music Awards, you must be living on a mountaintop in Tibet. People seemed shocked, freaked out and disgusted by her behavior last month as she strutted on stage during Robin Thicke's song, "Blurred Lines," twerking and sticking out her tongue. She might as well [...]Continue Reading →
I have gone through long periods in my life of feeling lost. Intensely lost. Like I'm down the rabbit hole and can't find my way out.
I have been a perpetual seeker, a workaholic, a failure (twice) and a damsel in distress (mostly with myself).
I have cried the ugly cry. The ugly cry is [...]Continue Reading →
I have watched numerous brilliant leaders over the years abandon the solopreneur/coaching niche. For every one of these extremely talented, highly-ethical people who have told you the truth and tried in vain to lead you, you will have ten charlatans waiting to take your money, which so many folks seem to have no problem handing [...]Continue Reading →
Have you ever struggled with your pricing? What's too much? What's too little? What are my competitors charging? Should I go for lots of sales at a low price point or higher price point with fewer clients?
What's your strategy for pricing?
My strategy uses a combination of things. I decide how much an hour [...]Continue Reading →
Friday night on ABC television, a special interview aired with Taylor Swift in advance of both her award nominations and the release of new album Red.
If you don’t know who Taylor Swift is, she is a 22-year-old recording artist who has won 6 Grammys and sold 20 million albums.
Katie Couric asked Taylor a [...]Continue Reading →
Improv comedy is one of the toughest genres to master in the performing arts.
There is no script, and you play off the unique dynamic of the other performers to create something as an ensemble. It requires a keen in-the-moment awareness and a quick wit, and if done correctly, the result will be an over-the-top [...]Continue Reading →
Have you entered the world yet of clear divine guidance? We all have to some degree — whether it's an intuitive nudge or something more profound — but when you have an awareness of it, life becomes fascinating, effortless and easy.
It's the difference between receiving a perfect set of directions for your journey from [...]Continue Reading →
I see a lot of purpose-driven entrepreneurs become frustrated with the mentoring they're receiving. And a big part of that is because of the focus their coaches and consultants place on information products and leveraged programs (such as teleclasses) as the magic avenue to wealth.
Info products can be a great way to organize your [...]Continue Reading →
About Beth Grant
Beth Grant is a writer, speaker and thought leader who helps you be yourself in business, in love, in life.