How to Escape From Amateurville and Turn Pro

Posted on / by Natalie Sisson / in Lifestyle Business Videos / 8 comments
How to Escape From Amateurville and Succeed With Your Online Business

Let me ask you a question that might be a little uncomfortable

If you’re being honest with yourself, are you really making progress in your business, or are you too busy sabotaging yourself?

Here’s what I mean.

If you feel like you’re yelling into the interwebs with a message you think is pretty amazing, but you feel like no one is listening, buying or caring about what you have to say, there’s a good chance you’re missing the mark.

Whether it’s knowing your niche, targeting the right customer, or the sales and marketing tactics you’re using  – there’s a science to a lot of this you know.

And when you get it done right, it can skyrocket your growth and revenue.

But the biggest factor here is believing you’re worth it and you’re ready to turn pro.

If you’ve been seeing lackluster results for a while now, it’s probably because you’re stuck in Amateurville. 

The good news?

There’s a way – three, in fact – that you can get out of this place for good.

Watch this episode to find out how you can escape from playing small in your business and turn pro so you can finally see payoff for all of your hard work.

What you’ll learn in this episode:

  • What it means to be stuck in Amateurville
  • Which one action you can take TODAY to fast track your business
  • Which two steps you gotta take in order to see success in your business

Can’t see this video? Watch it on Youtube.

Tweet: Struggling to find new clients for your business? Watch this yourself: Are you stuck in Amateurville with your business? Watch this video to find out how to escape.

Check out these resources to help you further:

Check out chapter 13 of my Suitcase Entrepreneur Book to read more about how to succeed with online business through multiple revenue streams, systems, and setting a solid foundation for your team.

Share this video with one person who is frustrated with the slow growth of their business and needs some motivation to keep going.