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This episode is helpful for the beginner entrepreneur and the seasoned business owner alike. Today’s guest, Holly Haynes, is an inspirational entrepreneur, business owner, and podcaster. She helps female entrepreneurs create simple, scaleable offers and systems to grow to multiple 6-figures without relying on the social algorithm or giving up their time freedom. An industry expert and featured Thrive and Entrepreneur.com author with a 20+ year business consulting background with Fortune 500 companies, Holly runs her strategic coaching business, the Crush the Rush Planner company, and hosts the top 100 Crush the Rush podcast while raising her twin daughters with her husband in Columbus, Ohio.
Key Takeaways from this episode
- How Holly replaced her corporate salary with a business she created working 8-10 hours a week from home.
- Why Holly flipped the model and built her audience first before marketing an offer and how that streamlined her process to sales.
- Tips to scale your business to 6 figures before you quit your job.
- Why a long-form dependent marketing strategy is a better investment of time than a social media dependent marketing strategy.
- What to do when you lose your Instagram account.
- Holly’s 80/20 rule: 80% of your income comes from 20% of your clients.
- Tips to simplify your tasks and increase your productivity by segmenting your work using theme days.
- 3 of Holly’s most instrumental things that impacted her success as an entrepreneur.
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