The Fresh Princess of Email Marketing, Liz Wilcox is an Email Strategist and Keynote Speaker showing small businesses how to build online relationships + make real money with emails. She’s best known for selling a blog, turning a $9 offer into multiple six-figures (without ads), and helping you untangle the email “knot” with pop culture references. She loves the 90s, headbands, and the beach.
In this episode, get insight on how hiring a virtual assistant can help maximize business growth for entrepreneurs.
Tune in to learn about the strategies that wedding virtual assistants and photographers use to succeed in the industry.
Photographers, other creatives– like writers, real estate agents, online course creators, etc. These are all businesses that can benefit from having a VA on their team. In this episode, Emily talks to special guest, Jen Mullen, to break down what it is that makes VAs so useful for the modern day entrepreneur. Tune in to find out more!
Emily and Alexa discuss the pain points Alexa had when first deciding on whether or not to hire her VA, why she ultimately decided to make the investment, and the value she sees from that decision in her boudoir photography business today.
In this episode of the No Mercy Business podcast, Emily is going solo and will delve into the topic of setting boundaries in female entrepreneurship. Women in business often struggle with the pressure to be constantly available and do everything themselves, but this approach is not sustainable and can lead to burnout. Emily will share […]
Join us as Terina and Emily latch on to the discussion of vocal empowerment through the words we use. Tune in to find out more!
What the heck are you supposed to do once you have a strong financial foundation? Maybe you haven’t even had time to think about that, or it gets so overwhelming to think about it that you just put off the “f-word.” (Finances… what were you thinking?)
Did you know that reading more books is one of the most common New Year’s resolutions? Of the individuals who make that resolution, did you further know that most would prefer non-fiction? Move over Brene Brown , but the point I’m trying to make is– what if it was your name on the cover of that book? In today’s episode, Emily is talking to Lanette Pottle, an author and book coach for female entrepreneurs. “It’s like magic,” Lanette says, “writing your book boosts your authority.”
Are you looking for less overwhelm in your life?? Are you struggling to feel like you can manage it all? Learn how to take back your focus.