Episode 47: How to Co-Create in a Partnership with guests Orange, Liston and Dew

Episode 47: How to Co-Create in a Partnership with guests Orange, Liston and Dew

When three established business owners let go of their main sources of income and form a partnership, one of two things will happen: it will implode or it will be magic. The founders of Orange, Listen and Dew transparently share what it takes to form a true collaboration and what they had to let go of to create what they’ve seen missing in the coaching marketplace. You’ll hear what they love about this new way of working together, what they’ve struggled with, and the tips they have for any kind of collaboration you are considering. Join Orange, Liston & Dew for Coffee Talk, where they help business owners come up with fresh and different ways to meet their challenges in real time at StellaOrange.com/Coffee-Talk Watch here: Listen here: Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS | More About Orange, Liston & Dew: Orange, Liston & Dew is a marketing shop and business incubator co-founded by a copywriter, business intuitive, & integrator-at-large. They serve coaches, healers, consultants, and brick-and-mortar business owners who love their work and are building singular, sustainable, and satisfying businesses. The trio offers a full range of proposal-based services including strategic vision, writing, planning, and implementation support. As a business incubator, they hold an uncommon and rare place for their clients’ business dreams to be seen, nurtured, and grow in the community – while deeply rooted one’s own values. They host BeaverCon in person several times a year and Beaver Lodge LIVE online, gathering business owners around the world who know that we can go farther and build faster when we do it...
The Excuse of “I Can’t Afford It”

The Excuse of “I Can’t Afford It”

The ever so popular and overused excuse of, “I can’t afford it”; is it really true? And what if you are not motivated by money? When we use that as an excuse, is it truly that we can’t afford it? What I actually find that is true, is that comes down to two reasons, number one is, the person (yourself included) just doesn’t believe that they can create it. So you either don’t believe you can create it or you don’t have the ability to create it. The second reason is, it is not really a priority.  When something is not a priority, you will not create money for it. What is beautiful about this excuse is when we can be brutally honest about what’s really behind it, we can change it and we can create some extraordinary things. You have got to look deeper, either within yourself or with your clients or potential clients. If you are having a sales conversation with a potential client and they do not believe they can create the money for your program, then where is that belief coming from and how can you bridge the gap for them to see the possibility?  Or when you are having that sales conversation, your potential client doesn’t feel like your program is a priority, then you want to go back and ask some bigger questions about what the gap. That is, where are they and where do they want to be and does your program truly bridge that gap? If it doesn’t then it’s not that they can’t afford it, but rather than being honest...

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