Free Live Event: How To Choose The Absolute Best Course Topic

In celebration of the final launch of the Crash Course Method beta version, I am hosting a workshop on Thursday, June 27th at 6:30PM Pacific Time titled “How To Choose The Absolute Best Course Topic.” It will be found exclusively in my free Course Discourse Facebook Community.

In this workshop, I will teach you my method for choosing the perfect subject matter for your course, give you some tips about what to call it, and help you define your target market. Bring your questions, as there will be a Q&A session directly after the class.

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Feeling Stuck In Your Business? 3 Steps to Rekindle Your Passion

If you are feeling stuck and stale in your business, it probably boils down to one thing- lack of passion.

And here is the real sign that you have lost your way: you start procrastinating.

Procrastination is the opposite of passion, and it is one of the most obvious signs that you need to fix something in your business.

And what is the number one reason why people procrastinate in their business….

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The Journey To Influencer

I have decided that it is time that I start working towards becoming an influencer in my space. Sure, there are already a few big ones in my niche- Marie Forleo, Amy Porterfield, Amanda Frances, Emily Williams, and many others... but I have something to offer that they do not. My skill set, style, tone, and message are purely unique to me. There is no saturation when there is only one of you in the market! 

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Notes From Jen- Self-Confidence and Business

I had a realization today about why many of my previous business adventures didn't succeed- and it was all tied to my self-belief.

And a lot of it was because I didn't know who I was, deep down inside. And when I actually did discover a part of me, I would always discount it, thinking that everyone was good at that, or that it wasn't very important in the grand scheme of the world, or that there were so many other people out there who were better at that thing than I was.

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