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Power + Presence + Position

In a world where the rules of business have been written by men, how do women entrepreneurs who want to make millions of dollars AND impact millions of lives, create enormous success on our terms? This show has the ANSWERS. On Power + Presence + Position (PPP) we believe you CAN make big money and have a big impact. We celebrate your bold opinions, your unapologetic ambition and your unwavering commitment to build an impeccable business and life. Award winning journalist, women's leadership expert, and host of PPP, Eleanor Beaton is on a mission to double the number of women entrepreneurs who generate over a million dollars in annual revenue. This show will teach you to learn to think, communicate and get paid like a 7-figure CEO.
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Now displaying: June, 2022
Jun 28, 2022

In this replay episode, we’re digging into a topic that not only cannot be ignored, but one that honestly drives me absolutely crazy. Why? It’s the difference between setting yourself free versus producing more headaches for yourself as an entrepreneur.

 

The terms “growth” and “scale” are often used interchangeably in the business world, but here’s the central idea: they sure as hell aren’t the same thing. Not establishing the difference between these two terms is contributing to the confusion and stress you’re experiencing, and I know that’s not what you’re after.

 

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This is a rampant problem, especially for women entrepreneurs and leaders who all have a greater mission in common. Cash is great, but we want more than that. We want influence, autonomy, and to make an impact. To do that, you need a business that’s simple to run and that doesn’t require all your life force to grow it.

 

Tune in this week to discover the difference between “growth” and “scaling,” and why this distinction matters. You’ll learn how this will reveal what truly matters and what will produce results for your company, and the principles of scaling to begin implementing so you can move forward with intention.

 

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

 

  • The difference between growth and scaling.
  • An example from my life of how powerful it is to understand the difference.
  • 3 things every woman entrepreneur wants in business.
  • Why focusing on growth models in your company is leaving you feeling conflicted.
  • The principles of scaling.
  • How scaling creates the margins that enable you to build a successful life and business.

 

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Jun 21, 2022

When I was running my consulting business and first started my coaching practice, each one of my clients had specific, varying needs. For this reason, every proposal or solution I offered was custom-tailored to fit them like a glove. They always got exactly what they needed to solve their specific problems, but there’s just one problem with this approach.

 

When you create bespoke, custom-built services, you morph what you offer around what your client needs. This makes marketing and selling super easy. However, what isn’t easy is getting back the hours you spend essentially reinventing the wheel with each and every client, which not only creates so much complexity in your business, but also sucks all your time and energy.


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For those of you who want to stop being the linchpin in your company the way you are now so you can finally create more time and freedom, the solution here is a scalable offer. At Safi Media, we believe in the power of a scalable offer that increases your income without having to increase your effort, but how do you do that?

 

In this episode, I’m first guiding you through how to create a scalable offer. You’ll discover why marketing and selling becomes more challenging when you make this shift in approach, and therefore, how to create demand for the solution you’re now offering.

 

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

 

  • What a scalable offer means, and how to create one.
  • 3 secrets to building the skill of creating demand.
  • The pros and cons of creating bespoke consulting or services for every single one of your clients.
  • What the pretzel approach means, and why you don’t need to create demand when you use it.
  • Why creating demand is a skill that requires a profound shift in your approach.
  • How to be effective in creating demand around scalable offers.

 

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Jun 14, 2022

So often in the work I do with my clients, I see women leaders doing highly valuable, complex work selling packaged services, coaching products, or intellectual property. However, when the market wants us to provide customizable, made-to-order contracts and offerings, there’s a huge labor and cognitive strain involved.

 

Go back 10 years in my business and you’ll see that everything I did was customized. This meant that I was stuck at $250K a year at an absolute maximum. The truth is you can choose to hustle in this way, but like me, you’ll experience an earning ceiling that seems impossible to break through, and not only that, you’ll be intellectually exhausted.



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If you’ve been experiencing a revenue plateau, it might be time to audit the complexity in your business and release it. When you can create an offer that doesn’t require extra legwork from you to deliver, whether you’re selling $500K or $5K worth of that offer in a year, you’ve created what is known as a $500K Offer. And on this episode, I’m guiding you through the steps to creating exactly this.

 

Join me this week to discover how to use the $500K Offer to make the second half of 2022 more lucrative while experiencing more freedom. I’m showing you why this is the key to making your company scalable, and how to start driving constructive change so you can take your business from where it currently is to where you want to go.

 

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

 

  • What the $500K offer is all about.
  • Why I don’t offer customized packages or services.
  • The key to a million-dollar revenue stream in your business.
  • How to create a $500K offer.
  • Why you want to bring standardization to your offerings.

 

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Jun 7, 2022

As women founders and leaders, we talk often about making money, and lots of it. But are we using the money we make to create the kinds of changes that we want to see in the world? I like to say that money is power, but only if you make it so.

Your money becomes a powerful force when you use it in a way that advances your mission, aligns with your values, and brings your vision to life. And this week, I have someone who is a living example of what’s possible when you’re intentional about how you generate wealth and use your money to advance the causes you believe in.



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Tanja Hester has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and CNBC, just to name a few. As the author of Work Optional and Wallet Activism, she’s been widely recognized for her thought leadership in the area of wallet activism. She also spent a long career in political consulting until she retired in 2017 at the age of 38, and she’s offering her insights on her road to retirement on this episode too.

Join us this week as Tanja gives us the lowdown on wallet activism. She’s offering her deep well of wisdom on what wallet activism looks like, why it requires critical thinking and discernment on our parts, and how it’s truly a long-term, life-long project we all need to be on board with.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • Tanja’s earliest memory of being a person who wants to make changes for the greater good.
  • How Tanja retired at the age of 38 and made it so work is optional for her.
  • Why wallet activism is truly a long-term, life-long project.
  • What wallet activism means and how Tanja’s interest in it started.
  • Why wallet activism isn’t just about spending.
    Tanja’s thoughts on the problem with organic food.
  • What surprised her most about the themes that emerged in her research on wallet activism.
  • The biggest shifts Tanja has made since embracing wallet activism.
  • Why responsible banking is more important than you realize, and responsible investing is less important than you think.

 

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