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3 Things I Was Late To The Party On (But Now I’m Eating The Cake)

by Ashley on September 16, 2014 · 5 comments

3 Things I Was Late To The Party On

Do you ever feel like you’re completely late to the party?

Everyone else seems to have it all figured out. They seem to have this incredibly detailed plan and know exactly what they’re doing. They know all the tricks and have mastered the short-cuts.

But you’re sitting on the sidelines, watching these business rock stars whiz by.

Oh, I’ve totally been there.

In the past few weeks, I’ve discovered a few key things that (apparently) y’all have been doing forever.

And now that I’ve started incorporating these bad boys into my daily routine and my monthly goals, it’s like magic is happening.

I feel inspired, my bank account is growing (we all love that, right?), and I’m so much more fulfilled. Woohoo!

Check it out!

3 Things I Was Late To The Party On (But Now I’m Eating The Cake)

1. Joining the convo in Facebook groups

I’m a member of thousands (okay, I may be exaggerating, but still, I’m in a ton…) of Facebook groups. But I’ve only recently made an intentional effort to be more present and you know, talk to people.

Instead of just posting something when I am launching a new program or when I have a questions, I’m shifting so that I’m adding more value for others.

One of my newest daily action items it to spend at least 10 minutes joining in conversations, networking, answer questions, and providing helpful information for people in Facebook groups. It doesn’t take a lot of effort and I can usually do it while jamming out to T-Swift. *shake it off, shake it off*

Plus, I feel good knowing that I’m contributing, and I’m usually make someone else’s day easier. Win-Win!

2. Manifesting/visualizing

If you’ve been around the coaching world for any amount of time, you’ve probably heard people raving about how to manifest anything you want. It’s sounds totally woo-woo, but I promise it works!

I used to think it was some weird hippy exercise, but since I started actively tracking and visualizing my goals each day, I’ve seen amazing things happen.

I’ve manifested 7 new clients,  two huge guest posting opportunities, and over $2,500 in the past two weeks!

Yep, I’m totally sticking around on this manifesting train.

3. Making money fast

I’m not sure why I was so resistant to the idea of making money fast, but seriously, it has changed the way I look at my business.

When I first started Your Super Awesome Life, I thought I had to spend weeks and months creating new coaching packages, new programs, and new ebooks to sell to my dream clients.

But now I’ve realized that business doesn’t have be that hard.

When I’m crazy inspired with a new idea, I can whip up a new sales page in 45 minutes, and share it with y’all.

That’s what happened a few weeks ago when I launched my Business Kick-Start Sessions. I came up with the idea on Saturday and shared it with the world on Monday. And I made over $500 in one day. Bam!

Now I’d love to hear from you. Which of these three tips are you gonna try out today: joining the convo in FB groups, manifesting what you want, or launching a new offer to make money fast?

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Akirah September 16, 2014 at 7:08 am

I’ve been into visualizing/manifesting my goals lately. You’re right; it does sound pretty woo-woo, but I’m eager to try it (and have it work!). What does your process usually look like?

I’ll keep you posted!


Tina September 16, 2014 at 7:17 am

I manifest quite a bit with the law of attraction, The Secret, acting as if and through scripting and over the years have been amazed with the results but I don’t do it enough. I inted to begin a vision board to really make things come to fruition.


Lauren September 16, 2014 at 11:02 am

I have been feeling compelled to make more concrete goals for the coming months, and I have seen alot of talk about manifesting what you’re looking for. I would be interested in hearing about your process as well!


Vanessa September 21, 2014 at 7:20 pm

I struggle with the visualisation part because while I appreciate the aspects of it that work, I feel like it also makes people sell themselves short by not acknowledging the hard work they put in to make it happen!
I’ve been concentrating on facebook groups recently and wow, they can be both terrible (in which case I leave) and fantastic.


Tanja @ Conscious Introvert Success September 22, 2014 at 7:09 pm

Ashley, Facebook is such a big source of introvert-friendly connection and collaboration for me. But as you say, you need to actually take part in conversation: not just use it as an announcement board ;-)

I’ve actually gone one step further and started up my own free Facebook community for folks who are my “perfect people” (i.e. introverted, heart-based business owners), and it’s such an awesome way to get the sense of connection and contribution I need, but in an introvert-friendly context. Plus, from a purely selfish viewpoint, it’s also a wonderful place to figure out what issues my ideal clients are actually struggling with, and start conversations that will give me ideas for offerings.

Definitely something recommend!




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