This Mindset = Exponential Results

You can be brilliant, talented, want to influence for the kingdom but if you aren’t WHOLE-HEARTED about really getting RESULTS, you won’t be successful.

A big need I see that people need to implement into their leadership is a MINDSET of being TOTALLY IN. Without this, you will get lack-luster results and quit thinking you just must not have what it takes to be an influencer.

This is about a ten minute video and I impart in prayer the spiritual grace of perseverance that God gave me and I believe he will give to you if you take the time to watch and agree for this download in your own life!

Love you! Bec:)

P.S. Are you considering at some point launching a business coaching, speaking or writing your books? Have you launched but are just not being able to fill your pipe-line now? Join me for this free call and get the strategies you need to grow successfully!

How To Wait On The Lord Practically

In today’s video, I want to talk to you about what I learned about waiting on the Lord in the context of moving from a prophetic vision to an actual apostolic model in business. Prophetic is what helps you birth your vision but then you have to move into a new mindset and that will cause you to have to wait on the Lord in a new way.

Don’t sabotage yourself with passivity or frustration from not seeing your vision come to pass fast enough.

Watch this video and grow successfully! Meet you in the comments below!


What Building An Email List and Stewardship Have In Common

In the book of Genesis, God takes time to build a beautiful world and then creates Adam to work and take care of it.  Can I tell you something? Your vision for coaching, speaking, writing and transforming people with your testimony is the world you create. Your email list is the “work” God has given you to do practically. Adam stewarded the animals and people God had given him. You’re going to steward the people who follow you by putting them on an email list and sending out great training, blogs, and programs that help them become successful!

Now, here are a couple reason’s why it’s important that you begin to create and then cultivate a list.

1. Your list is your’s alone. You can’t steward what isn’t yours. Taking personal ownership is a biblical principle and the challenge with free websites, free anything is if people don’t like what you are saying, they can remove you off the platform and you lose all your work and all your intellectual property.

2.  An email list helps you manage WHO God is sending to you. If you build your list correctly (and by correctly I mean by serving people in a powerful way) it helps you graciously care and help your subscribers be developed over time. Let me say that again. Over time. Why over time? Because you want to be authentic and not exaggerate or hype things up and it takes consistently serving people over spans of months in order to help them trust you. This translates into them buying your products, programs and books without you feeling like a car salesman. (Apologies ahead to those in the car dealership arena)

3. Your email list is your weekly pulpit. It’s where people come to listen to you give them something spiritual and practical to take home and grow with. Imagine your Pastor showing up once a month to help you grow in the word of God. Nope. If you’re going to steward people’s hearts, you’re going to have to be consistent and faithful over long periods of time.

4. It helps you stay in a place spiritually where you are serving because you want to be faithful not because people are paying you. Believe me people can see the difference and they will tell you thank you when they finally do buy a product or program. Give them some of the best things you have because here is what you’re working for! To hear this:

Well done, good and faithful servant! You have been faithful with a few things; I will put you in charge of many things. Come and share your master’s happiness!

Did this help you see your email list as a faithfulness issue not “business work”? Any questions? Meet me in the comments and I would love to hear! Love, Bec:)

3 Authentic Ways To Convert Clients Through Your Blog

At the beginning of my business, I really struggled with how to blog, market and serve clients all at the same time. I didn’t have anyone open the door for me to speak so I had to come up with creative ways for people to understand how I served and how I could help them receive the results they were looking for.

I found out fast that consistent service was one of the most important things about growth. I thought about myself in the pulpit every Sunday. It would require me to really come up with specific strategies on how to help people grow. There was no maybe or I don’t feel like serving. I took my “businistry” seriously and you will have to also.

Here are three things you can do to create conversions without coming across pushy!

Vision cast and them offer to help them accomplish that

When I began my business, I created momentum and buzz with a free monthly teleseminar by picking a topic that I knew my clients wanted to solve. I then wrote three blogs in a month that peaked curiosity and activated their faith that this was solvable. At the end of every blog, I put a link for them to sign up for my free call and then on the fourth blog, I told them what I was going to solve for them if they showed up live to listen to my call. I basically used my blogs as a script with some minor adjustments and then on the call I gave them a couple molecular points that I hadn’t talked about the blog. I also made a time-sensitive offer that if they moved forward within two days, they received a discount.  I did this every month for two years until I built up enough business to fill my pipeline consistently. When I finished the call, I turned it into a video and began tucking idea’s away for a membership area for my Leadership team which I still do to this day.

Create a product and then link to it in your author box

This is a strategy that really works and every time you schedule a post to repeat on social media, you can drive more passive income. Basically, you share a little about yourself and where you an expert and then link to your current program. Always make sure where you drive traffic has a compelling sales landing page and easy check outbox. When you are ready to begin to pay for advertising on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook, you can figure out what your most popular blog is and then just place your offer on the bottom.

Lead them to a great opt-in-offer

This is an extremely effective way to convert leads IF you have a “how to solve” series that people want to sign up for. This requires you to get very clear on exactly WHO you think your clients are and what they need to solve to go the next level in their growth. This is work I do with my Leadership team as it takes trial and effort as well as specificity.  As you market, you can get up to 100 new leads a month to add to your list for as little as $5 a day. As you continue to serve on your weekly newsletter, you will convert to your current offers of what you have going on. Remember, this process takes time as people do not typically sign up for programs, coaching or buy products the first month they sign up on your list. However, if you serve consistently and well with excellent content, you will grow in a paced manner.

The biggest challenge people have is not blocking time EVERYDAY to market your business. You can’t expect people to just hear from you. You must strategize and take time to build a funnel system so while you’re serving clients, you’re list is growing. Meet me in the comments below and share with me which one you are going to work on now that you have some focus!

Creating Categories And Tags For Your Blog

When you are ready to pioneer and begin sharing your message, consider blogging weekly. This is an authentic way to share a tip or two and lead people to how you serve without hype. When you begin to blog, pick out (you can change this as you go along if you want)  four to five categories and then when you are done writing the blog, put in about 10 tags.

If you’re new to blogging, categories are three to five high-level topics that when people land on your website they can see quickly where your specialty lies.  It helps your reader identify what subjects you speak, coach, and write around. For example, here’s Michael Hyatt who does an outstanding job with his leadership, message and website.

Leadership, Productivity, Self-development, Entrepreneurship, Platform building. 

All his books, podcasts, conferences, coaching, speaking all revolve around these 5 categories.

Next, it’s normal when you begin to share your message and blog to feel like you’re all over the place in your writing. Don’t QUIT! Keep writing weekly and what you will find by the end of 25, 50, 75 and 100 posts is that you have a pretty good idea of what niches you’re hitting. Remember, do your best and tweak it as you go along.

Another example. My five categories:

Self-sabotage, Spiritual warfare, Identity in Christ, Pioneering Leadership, Message Multiplication

Here’s how I organized this particular blog: It went into the category of Message Multiplication

Tags: People don’t generally search for a person or product, they research the PAIN they are in. So for example, I know people aren’t going to say to themselves…Hey, today I need a life coach who specializes in identity in Christ and helping me share my message once I am an overcomer! LOL! It would be really nice if that happened:)

So, I put Tags and Categories in the title of my blog because that’s what people are going to google. What are Tags? So, this is when you want to make sure you’re thinking strategically about your title and tagging it so people can find it.

You really don’t want to put any more than 15 tags on a blog, including your categories in that number. If you do, it will actually have the opposite effect with WordPress and won’t show up in the reader.

Here is an example of my tags for this particular blog.

What are tags? What are categories? Tags vs. categories, what is the difference between categories and tags, How to start blogging and people find you.

Remember, it takes time to develop your brand and that’s why you must be consistent writing weekly even if you feel it’s not that great. Now, tell me what you’re going to start blogging about below by meeting me in the comments and I will be praying for you to get momentum! 



How To Start Impacting For Christ Through Your Blog

Today I want to talk to you about why it’s important for you to start a blog and a couple practical things you can focus on with your writing so you can begin to impact people immediately for Christ.

First things. I believe one of the most crucial things about helping people receive transformation from Christ is simply activating their faith. You see, faith my friend, is the difference between life and death. I know, if I can simply just plant a seed of hope that has the possibility of bringing forward momentum. Every day, there is a battle for people’s hearts. We will either contribute to them moving forward or we will add to their unbelief because there is no middle ground in the kingdom of God.

Here’s the next thing. It’s our job as people of God to promote courage. To help them push past fear so they will risk failure and see it’s possible to be successful with that dream in their heart. Without this, they will never be overcomers. And for me, everything boils down to what can I do as a coach, speaker, and writer to help people see that they have within them, an overcomers identity. Even when they feel scared and are belching, pooping and vomiting from the stress of pushing themselves out of the comfort zone. Did I say that? Yes, I did because that’s how I know my clients are really applying themselves to faith. Just saying:)

  1. You must be comfortable with bringing people to a decision making place. Believe it’s possible that God will use you as unfinished as you are!  That means you must be persuasive in why you believe the course of action you are suggesting is not just important but imperative. Tell them exactly why they simply must do what you are suggesting.
  2. Write to your best friend, not a huge audience. This way you will be much more personal and heartfelt. Break it down into a process, you’re helping him or her solve a specific problem and you know they will be successful if they just do 1, 2 and 3!
  3. Tell them CLEARLY what will happen if they don’t move forward. Pain is an important motivator and this is not deflating faith. Jesus clearly talked about the difference between life and destruction. He also had no problem telling people how to be successful eternally and what they were doing to make things difficult. He was loving but spoke the truth in a way where people had to make a choice. You will never impact anyone on your blog if you don’t get over the fear of offending people or making it very clear what the right and wrong way to do something is.
  4. Use scripture. Don’t cram it but I suggest using minimally one scripture per blog if you’re just starting out. Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the word of God. I personally believe the word of God is alive. It’s not just pointing to the story of the resurrection but literally alive. It’s Christ incarnate and it does not come back null and void. It’s sharper than any two-edged sword and has the ability to discern motivations to people if they are open to change.
  5. Give them a next step on how they can partner with you or get plugged in for momentum. This is the most important part of your blog. This is not about you, this about helping your client or member receive the support they need to stay consistent all the way to the end. No one builds anything successfully on their own. There are typically two or three people in their life that help them stay clear, on track and motivated until they finish their goal.

Remember, blogging is just an extension of your personal identity. All you’re doing is thinking in a context that you’re a couple steps ahead of who you are trying to help. You don’t have to be a famous, international guru! That’s not the point. The objective is to help someone receive transformation from Christ through your blog and the steps God has given you. Need support as you get started on your journey to disciple, coach or speak from your heart? Join my Leadership team and let me get you plugged in with a year’s worth of identity and branding work!

Why People Aren’t Convinced You Can Help Them When They Read Your Blog

Because part of what I do is helping people get started influencing for Christ, writing blogs is part of my training I do for my Leadership team and private clients. It took me time to learn how to blog and get results so today I want to share with you what I wish someone would’ve helped me with. The truth is if you’re not clear on the results you want to produce, then you’re blogging is not going to be as effective.

Here’s a possibility if you’re writing and not being able to turn your blog into conversions to coaching, speaking or consulting. They don’t reach out to you because the truth is, they may not be convinced you are the person who can really solve their problem.  Have you ever seen someone do a video, connect with you or write something that literally set your hair on end? I mean, they touched something really deep down in you and instantly you knew…no matter what it takes financially, this is the person for me!  If you have experienced this, you know what it feels like to pray and pray for God to lead you to the right person or resource, to read dozens of articles but finally come across someone you trust enough to invest and move forward. It could be into buying your book, coaching, counseling, membership programs or attending a conference.

I am talking about an emotion and feeling that this is the right fit for you. And here’s the thing I have noticed about this for myself when I have experienced this. This person I hired didn’t sell me. They activated faith in my heart to the point I knew if I just stuck with them and followed their mentoring, I was going to be successful. 

So here are a couple other reason’s you might not be seeing conversions. 

  1. You are using your blog to process pain that you have not received resurrection power for. Never share publicly what you haven’t received breakthrough for privately. People can tell you’re still wounded or still feel victimized.
  2. There’s a lot of storytelling but not specific strategies that people can instantly implement for results. It’s great to tell a story but it should point to why it’s important to move forward if you include it.
  3. You have not defined WHO God is calling you to serve exactly so you can’t stay strategic for that audience. You haven’t been called to serve the entire world but a very specific niche of people. Find them and you will get excellent results.
  4. Your personality is not coming out in your writing because you’re trying too hard to be perfect. This separates you from everyone else doing the same thing and serving the same people.
  5. Not enough consistent blogging. It takes once a week over years time for you to grow an expert status if you are trying to create a brand from scratch. You can’t fill a pipeline with once a month blogging.
  6. You’re writing from your head and not your heart so people don’t see you as authentic. People want to know where you have made mistakes and can show them out of your own experience how to receive success. Lead with a limp.

Lastly, have you learned how to activate faith in people? In Romans 10:17 it says, faith comes by hearing and hearing by the word of God. I have learned over many years how to use the word of God to activate people’s faith for them to believe it is possible to see a breakthrough in their lives. If you would like to join me for how that translates into blogging and writing, I invite you to join our Leadership team as I take everyone through live training on this very subject so that you can help the people God is calling you to get the result’s that glorifies God!

Women Teaching Men: Success Or Sabotage Biblically?

Yesterday, I talked on my business Facebook page about an Instagram post my daughter Abby did talking about how thankful she was that the Lord has graced her to make disciples, teach and lead.

But a really good question was asked on my page… “Do you believe women can teach men in the church”.

My response is below and is very simple.

First, we need to think about the mandate that Christ gave us in Matthew 28. Who was it addressed to?

And today in our modern world of internet, marketplace leadership…where is the church?

The second part of my response is in regard to the tension that I see women create for other women.  I share the questions I ask those who question my authority to preach and teach in the church and outside of it.

I’ll explain more in this week’s video, see you in the comments! 

Does It Make A Difference Whether Your Launching A Business Or Ministry?

Will you launch a faith-based business or a ministry? Does one help or the other help you serve people better? If you launch a business, can you still apply the thought processes you would if you were church-planting or running a non-profit?

I’ve had the opportunity to be part of two church planting teams as well as launch my own faith-based business. My first experience with leadership was in a small group in my neighborhood and then when I led prayer and trained intercessors in our local church.  Next I wanted to learn to how to use my own testimony and experiences to help people receive breakthrough so in 2007 I launched SUCCESSnotsabotage coaching. I also have done a lot of speaking on how to brand your business or ministry (same process).

My favorite part of owing my own business is the significance I have gained from watching God redeem all the pain I went through in my early years. I have watched the Lord set hundreds if not thousands of people free and been part of launching hundreds of men and women into using their testimony in coaching, speaking, blogging and writing their own books. I can also be invited to secular organizations and not be pigeon-holed into a specific genre.

The choice you make whether to launch a business or ministry will affect the way you lead and in this video I give you three specific reason’s I opted for a business as opposed to a ministry and how I have grown successfully with what was in my hand rather than a huge marketing budget.

Watch now and see you in the comments below!

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