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Hailey Rowe and Jaime Morocco Discuss Overcoming Debt and Being Successful in Business
In this episode, Jaime Morocco and I discuss how she overcame debt and built a 6-figure health coaching business
By listening to this episode you will learn how to overcome challenges you may face and work toward your business goals.
I am live. And I’m so excited because today we have a special guest who I actually met through the Tony Robbins UPW event. Jaime is an example of somebody who is crushing it out there as a health coach. And you might have seen my recent episodes, one was with my client, Elana last week about her experience in selling her first high ticket coaching packages and growing her business and creating her stellar offers that are out there in the world now. Jaime here also has created something that women love. I’m super excited to interview her for you guys today. So you can see what her journey was like, and some advice she’d give. So welcome to the show. Jaime.
Thank you. I thank you so much for having me, Hailey. I’m excited to be here.
Yeah. So tell everybody a little bit about what you do. And also maybe where you started to where you are now.
Totally. Yeah. So I was a personal trainer. In my early 20s, I kind of worked my way up at a local studio, I was living in Boston. And I realized, like, there was nowhere else for me to go, because I was managing the studio, I was teaching classes, I was training other clients.
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And I always knew that I wanted to have my own business. So I ended up going back to school for my MBA started working out in Silicon Valley, actually, for a little while on the job market out there. It’s kind of tumultuous, like one minute, you’re laid off the next minute your company’s like going public, like it’s just a lot of ups and downs, right. So in between layoffs, I decided to go back and, you know, pursue, you know, my health and fitness. career goals, I have been like training clients and, you know, doing things with friends on the side.
So I built the online business kind of in between, you know, job layoffs, and then I got laid off, you know, for a second time, and I told myself, like, I’m not going back to work for anybody else, I really want to go all in on myself. And that was, it was like the August, July, August of 2016. And I went all in, and my boyfriend now husband, my boyfriend at the time. So my husband, he actually decided to start a business as well, why did so we ended up moving back home with my parents in Boston, lived with them for three years, took me about two and a half, three years to have kind of that first coveted, you know, five figure month.
But since then, like the rest is history, like I have a really consistent business, multiple, you know, six figure business really happy clients, a brand that is now has a lot of, you know, recognition in the online wellness space. So, you know, that’s, that’s kind of my story, I’m happy to dive into wherever, you know, wherever, yeah.
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Well, I love that. And I love that you took a risk. You know, that even that you shared that it took you a couple years to get to where you want to be because really, the whole point of this is, I think a lot of times I see coaches like rushing like I just I need it to happen right this second. And not to say that you can, you can definitely speed up your journey by learning from others and you know, getting structured in your business and keeping yourself accountable and stuff. But at the same time, that’s not the point.
The point is to get to, you know, do what you love and create a sustainable impact. And however long it takes to get there, I’m sure you weren’t like kicking yourself, like, oh, it took me three years, I’m sure you were like, wow, I’ve built my dream business. It’s sustainable.
Now I’m living off of this. And you’re, you’ve done it. So I I want to just point that out that that took some commitment. And I also want to notice that I to back around like 2017 That’s when I I worked at a startup. So I understand what you say when he said that job market, you know, you’re one day, hired next day. So entire company got let go because they had a bunch of delays and all these things.
And that’s when I went on my own too. And it was one of the best gifts like actually getting let go was one of the best gifts because it forced me to do my own thing versus you know, and one of my biggest regrets was when I was in that job not doing my own thing, like kind of putting it completely on the backburner because I had my business at the time, but I wasn’t really working it.
So it just was one of my regrets because I totally let it go and then got back into it after I left. So I love that we share some commonalities in the journey and congratulations to you for your success. And let’s talk a little bit about some things you had to learn to be able to build that multiple six figure business. How did you Let’s start first, I’ll go back to that question. But let’s start first with how did you decide on a niche that was going to work with you that you loved? Like, what was that process like for you?
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Totally. So I always knew that I wanted to help women with like body transformation goals in a way that like wasn’t restrictive, I just see, you know, we see it out there, I’m sure your clients and your audience does all the time. Those of us in the fitness industry, we have the knowledge and skill sets to, you know, kind of when something, you know, doesn’t feel right, and it’s being promoted to the masses, we can sift that out, but a lot of people can’t. So I knew that I wanted to really help women achieve a body transformation goal in a sustainable way.
But what I actually found is, a lot of times, I would try to spend so much time like focused on my my niche that I actually wasn’t even giving it time to develop myself. And as I have gone through the days, weeks, months and years of my business, I’ve really like honed in on my own niche, like I’ve really kind of developed my own niche over, you know, kind of learning, like, Who do I work best with? Who works best with me? Who gets the best results? And, who feels really drawn to my message? So it’s almost been an evolution.
Yeah, so I like that you took some action to learn what your niche was, and evolve it over time versus picking something realized, like thinking you have to be married to it overthinking it never getting started, because you’re like this is have to make this right decision. Like it’s such a key thing. I see so many people doing that. And I think the best way to really learn is to learn from what your audience needs or wants from you and who’s naturally coming to you. So that’s a really good piece of advice. Now, what about value positioning as a health coach?
So you used to do personal training, where people have a mindset of okay, I’ll pay this much you train me for an hour, I go home. And that’s it. So how did you start to shift into I think I’ve seen that you have like, different offers and programs and stuff like that. So tell us a little more about that journey.
Yeah, totally. And sorry, I don’t know if that hammerings. Okay. Um, yeah, so I started out just kind of like, throwing spaghetti against the wall and seeing what sticks. I started out charging $100 a month. And I found that, you know, plants were getting results, but I felt very drained and that they the commitment level kind of waxed and waned. I started looking at like, what other what other coaches were doing that were not in the fitness space, like I really started looking at, like, what are business coaches doing? How do they put together packages? How do they, you know, market and sell like, to their, you know, ideal clients. I started to realize that I’m not really selling like an hour of coaching, like, I’m actually selling a transformation. So really had to speak to that transformation and to that outcome.
And I actually make it very, very clear in my marketing, and my messaging, even on my, you know, strategy sessions with potential clients that like, I don’t sell results, because that’s like a lawyer telling you that they’re gonna absolutely win the case for you, or a doctor telling you, they’re absolutely going to cure you, like, we sell a transformation. But that means that, you know, you’ve got to do your part as well. And I think that holding people to, you know, a high standard of, you know, commitment level, whether it be monetarily or you know, getting their buy in in another way, actually does them a really big favor, because it causes them to rise as well.
So, hopefully that answers your question, but that’s really how I work through value positioning, I had to look outside of the fitness industry, because there’s a lot of like, oh, subscribe to this $30 A month thing. And, you know, go to, here’s the workouts, and I think those programs can be great for certain people. But what I’ve found is that like to create a lasting body transformation, because I’ve done that for myself. It wasn’t really the workouts and it wasn’t really the nutrition, I literally had to become like a new person, like new habits, new beliefs, new actions, and that’s not gonna happen from like a $30 a month subscription service. So
yes, I love a couple things that you said there. Number one, I love that you didn’t compare yourself to people in your industry, because I think a lot of people define or determine what’s possible for them just by looking around at what others are doing, which is not true. There’s always people within each industry who do something completely different and succeed. And that can be you so I love that and I love that you looked at other industries. I really enjoyed doing that too. Like I really enjoy. Like I was reading a book about business, but it was about a carpet They’re like a carpeting business and how locally they just dominate it and what they did.
And it was so interesting. It wasn’t online coaching, but a lot of the ideas there, I could be like, Wow, nobody’s really doing this, or this is such a great idea. And so, I want to stress for anybody listening, it is a good idea to look in other industries compare art, or music or other things, too. How are people packaging that? How are they doing the how is how is the songwriter writing the song, like all these things, that just little things you can take and learn and apply to your business in a fun way. And I also want to bring attention to that fact that you shifted from thinking, yeah, it’s it’s a personal training session to, I’m selling a transformation.
So tell me a little more about, you know, one of the things I’ve seen you do is, in general, and marketing, we want to connect the transformation to either something really crazy and amazing, improving in their health, something amazing improving in their relationships, or something having to do with wealth, you building wealth, you whatever, you know, creating an ROI. So how have you connected or what’s like you’re point A to point B, that has resonated with women to allow you to make sales totally? Well, my main message is, this is like the last body transformation program you’ll ever need.
And I believe that with my heart and my soul, because this is the exact framework that I’ve used to lose the weight and keep it off, since I was 18 years old, one of my coaches went through the program that the same and my clients do the same to. So that’s really, the end result that I’m speaking to is like, imagine taking this time now and having it be a permanent transformation and a permanent fix. And with that, of course, like when you feel better in your body, I mean, the name of my program is dream body, dream life.
When you feel better in your body, you’re able to show up more powerfully in your life, you’re able to create more wealth and abundance, you’re able to, you know, attract the soulmate relationship that you’re looking for, you’re able to kind of do the things that you that you maybe didn’t have the mind space or energy to do. Because you were so focused on how crappy you know you felt or how out of alignment you felt in your body.
Yeah, for sure. And I’ve even seen you tell your own stories, like how you’ve grown your business as a result of not having to be focused so much on your body and your way that, you know, freeing yourself up to be like, now I can focus on my business or just other things like, you know, you come up on my Facebook feed a lot, for some reason, which is good. That means something right?
Yeah, um, but I’ve seen like little stories here and there, and you connect it to. So what meaning once you get once you don’t have to worry about this body transformation all the time anymore. Look at what’s possible in your life, look at what you can do. Right? So um, that’s something I want to commend. And I want to ask you as well, like, how did you when you were new, and you were overwhelmed? You’re like, okay, I got to get my message out there. And I got to get clients. What were some of the things you did as a client acquisition strategy that worked? That didn’t work? Like tell us a little more about your journey there?
Yeah, first, I really had to, and this is kind of what we’re talking about earlier. I call this like, no Plan B energy. Like, when I quit my mind, I got laid off in tech, I was like, I will never go back to work for somebody else. I will figure this out. I don’t care how long it takes her what I have to do, I will do anything, right. So that has to be your foundation. Because if you try to add strategy, but you don’t have that rock solid foundation, you will look at every strategy and be like that doesn’t work. There’s evidence that I shouldn’t do this, that doesn’t work.
There’s evidence that I shouldn’t do this. Right. So going back to what you said earlier, just because I think it’s so important, like, people tend to be in such a rush to get to the end result. But who cares if it takes you a year, two years or three, as long as you get there.
And if you want to be a health coach, and you want to be a successful want to really help your clients, and a client comes to you and they’re like, I need to lose 10 pounds in a week. It’s the same energy, you know, you can’t really do that unless you’ve got off a limb or something right. So it’s the same and that we have to like almost release that grasp Enos of like wanting to for something to work and just be in it for the long game. That’s the foundation in terms of strategies and things that I have done over, you know, the years I’ve done ads, which has been a hit or miss experience for me because I find that cold traffic, especially now because my program like my main program starts at an 8k price point.
So it’s a high level of investment and To nurture a cold, you know, lead up to that level. Um, I haven’t cracked that code. And it’s not one that, you know, I feel called to crack right now, but I have done lead generation with Facebook ads before and I’ve gotten, you know, people into my world. Um, I think the best marketing strategy honestly, is relationships and connections, truly, like really looking at, like every relationship as an introduction to a whole other world of people, right. And that being said, not going into the relationship, like with the intention of like, Oh, I’m gonna sell this person or this is going to be, this means more like sales for me or whatever.
But why don’t you just build genuine connections with people, you know, and because people can feel when you know, things aren’t feeling so right. And you might want something from them, and it just feels off. But when you make a genuine connection, they you are going to be the first person they think about when they think about body transformation, either for themselves or for somebody that they know. So I think genuine relationship building is something that, you know, Facebook could go in tomorrow, Instagram to go away tomorrow.
But you can always build relationships, and those will stand the test of anything that happens to any social media algorithm. So that’s like the best strategy that I found, and the way to get into relationships that could be, you know, paid groups, or paid masterminds or free groups, you know, or, you know, making fake Facebook friends with people and just starting to build a connection in that way. So I honestly feel like that’s like my number one, you know, I don’t even want to call it a strategy, because I’m not again, I’m not going into it with that. But just be just looking at, like, how can I just build a network, you know, amazing people.
I love that. Yes. And I always preach that because I mean, I’m all about the principles, because as you said, algorithms can change. Tomorrow, social media could go away, something changes, something that used to work doesn’t work anymore as a tactic like, but the principles of meeting people talking to them, nurturing a relationship, adding value, you know, etc, making an offer, those things don’t change, you can do that.
And you could do it in any environment. And that’s really what I try to teach my clients and I teach them the different ways you can do that. But I think it’s really important to just get the core down. And just like you said, you need the core belief, first, that you’re in this for the long game, you’re open to evolving and adapting, because it’s gonna evolve and adapt your marketing is going to, you’re not going to just set something up, and then walk away and forever be in peace and just, you know, be done. Right.
So, um, I think that you really set the stage there. Well, and when it comes to relationship building, I think so many people, you nailed it, again, when you said, you don’t want to go in with like, I need to close a deal with this person right away. Like, that’s not the right approach, because then immediately your body shuts down. You don’t want to do that, that feels terrible. Nobody humans want to belong and connect and, you know, be friends with people not immediately thinking I want to sell them like you’re setting yourself up for not wanting to do that, right?
So when you say build relationships, this is a very vague term, it’s kind of like the term create value. Right? And a lot of people are like, Well, what does this mean? So you said, you know, some ways to meet people are you could do something like Facebook ads just to get in front of people and build build, or, you know, people to talk to, right. But you’re also in Facebook groups are you you are connecting with people in paid groups that you’re in networking groups, etc. But then take it one step further frozen, just maybe give an example of how you start a relationship or what you say, or kind of your process there if you’re open to it. And we’ll go from there.
Yeah, totally. And I’m glad you asked for the actual how to because I feel like you know, that is a big piece of advice. And when I was first starting, I would really want something kind of more tangible. So the way that I would approach it is like, let’s say that you friend request somebody on Facebook. I personally like when they accept that from us. I personally would not like send a DM like, to me that’s kind of the equivalent of like, you’re at a bar and then a guy like immediately comes up to you and is like, Can I buy you a drink?
And you’re like, oh, versus like, here’s my thing. Oh, hi. And then like, Wait, like, you know, just started a nice conversation or just something a little bit less forward? I think the kind of Facebook equivalent of like, easing into a relationship would be like, like some of their pictures or their content. Leave genuine comments, not just like love this Like, you know, you can say like, this spoke to me so much and like, I love that you said this thing. And you know, if the person that you friend requested, if their content doesn’t resonate, then don’t leave that comment.
But if somebody does, like, start liking their stuff, interact with their stories, you know, like, I remember the people that interact like with my stories and leave comments and, you know, leave genuine comments and things like that. So that’s how it started. And then when, you know, you feel like maybe that, you know, you’ve you’ve kind of built a connection and there is mutual, there’s like reciprocation, then you can only send a message and just saying, hey, like, I really love your content, I’m really, you know, looking to build some more genuine like, one to one relationships.
If it’s, if you’re open to it, I would love to have a connection call. If not, I totally understand. Either way, like, I love what you’re putting out there in the world, I think something like that, which is just hey, like, if you want to I love it. It’s not a sales conversation. It’s just a genuine connection. If that feels good to you, let me know, if not, no worries, I think that’s a really just a nice way to like, you know, take their relationship to the next level.
And then, you know, you have a conversation and you guys continue to keep in touch. Like, that’s how, you know, relationships get built. I mean, I’ve met like, some of my best friends right now, or like people that I’ve met in the online space, you know, yeah. That’s how I think but I think like, if you find somebody in two minutes later, you send them a DM, even if it’s like asking, even if you send that that message, it’s gonna feel like creepy guy at bar.
Yeah, totally good advice. So I think what you said there, like relationships get built, somebody has to take the lead a little bit. And you don’t have to take the lead by immediately being like, oh, we need to work together, but or get on a connection call right away. But I like the way you said that. And I also think, when if there was something you mentioned, I wanted to point out, shoot, I can’t remember now.
But. I think using your best judgment and EQ. Emotional intelligence. And also not making assumptions about the other person. So. In other words. I noticed a lot of people being like, well, no one would ever want to hear from me. Or like that person already. Has their life figured out because they do blah, blah, blah? Or like, don’t just assume based on what you feel like. Or what you what your experiences or whatever. I always like to find out, I would rather get a yes or no. If someone wants to build a connection or relationship, then wonder and be like, they probably don’t, and just like make assumptions. In business, we can’t just make assumptions that we think because of how we feel, or our own experience. Because other people have different experiences and things like that.
And. The other thing that I would say is, it depends on your communication style to like, I work with other business owners. So. Business owners understand that. You know. It’s important to connect. We like to expand our network. And we like to provide value to each other. Like. So. It depends on your niche as well. If you for me and you Jaime, we kind of connected right away. Like you were just like, hey, let’s connect. Let’s maybe do podcasts. I was like, hell yeah, let’s connect, right. And we had a common ground. Like we both were at UPW and stuff. So it was like, we didn’t need to be like, hey, you know, whatever. Like, I was like, you seem really cool.
Okay. Let’s connect. Like, so you got to use your best judgment. And. I personally, I usually do send a welcome message when somebody joins my Facebook group or follows me on Instagram. Because I’m like, hey, I acknowledge you’re here. Versus me being like, oh, you know, reach out later, like, so I’m very direct, and that’s my style, and I’m not selling them and message one. I’m not trying to get a sale. Like that’s not cool. But. I am, you know, I do want to acknowledge they they’re so it just depends on your style and what what you’re doing right.
Yeah. And I think when someone comes into your world, like it’s a little bit different, you know, and I think that you bring up a really good point, like when somebody enters your world, it’s a little different than like, Okay, I’m just gonna like You know, friend request them, and then as soon as they, like, I’m gonna do that right. So right, and you can tell the vibe behind it. Like, no matter what, it doesn’t even matter what you do, if the vibe behind it is really weird and creepy and you needy and desperate and raspy. People will sense that. Right? Yeah.
So. What has been some of the mindset things? So. You already said you had to be in it for the long run and just establish upfront, I don’t care, I’m going to do what it takes. I’m going to figure this out. And. You did. What were some of the other mindset things you had to go through in your business on the way to your success?
Yeah. I think a lot of it’s an ever evolving journey. You really, like can’t be afraid of like, quote, unquote, failure. Like. I really don’t even think that there is such a thing as failure. It’s either like, we get what we want, or something better. Or we learn something. I think that people paralyze themselves. Because they’re so afraid of like, what if it doesn’t work? Or what if this happens, or what if that. So I think that like, just not being able, not being afraid to try new things is really important. I also think that people tend to really, really freak out about like money. And it’s understandably so. We all have our own, like money, wounds and things like that.
And. You know. When I started my business, like, I went, like 30 G’s in debt. And moved in with my parents. I didn’t really start making money, you know, that could sustain me moving out for a couple years. And. I think sometimes people are so afraid of like, the money in the spending, and like investing in a coach. Like, you know, these things, you’ve got to be willing to have skin in the game. If you want people to invest in you, you’ve got to invest like in yourself.
And. I think that just not holding so tightly to like, the fear of like investing in help a coach, a mentor, something, I think mentorship, like, like, what you offer is really the best thing for somebody who’s starting versus like a large kind of, you know, just massive, massive, like, you know, group programming, those things can be great too.
But. I think that really kind of, you know, like, either small group or kind of one to one, mentorship is really great. So. Just don’t be afraid of like, the money. Like money is just, it comes in it goes, and you know what, like, it’s just it, if you’re afraid to spend money, you’re never going to make it. So. I had to really overcome my own like money fears, especially going into debt, like having, you know, no income. Another thing that I had to overcome, is just realizing that if you try to appeal to everybody, you’re really going to appeal to nobody. So not being afraid to be really polarizing. I made a live stream last year at the end of 2020, about how I made like, 400k.
And. It triggered some people. It triggered from former clients, you know, who knew me when I was first starting out. And. They’re like, You shouldn’t be talking about that. And. I was like, okay, like, I should, but I got 1000 views. So many people were like, thank you for sharing this, I never thought it was possible. The health and fitness space, or thank you for sharing, oh, my God, this is amazing. So realize that on your journey. Like I don’t want to say like haters gonna hate, but there will be people that do not like your message.
And. When you step into a position of leadership. And anybody who owns a business is right? You’re putting yourself out there, you will become a reflection of people’s triggers. It is not your job to try to fix them for other people. And. It is not your job to take that on, right and think that something is wrong. So. Just realizing that as long as I stay grounded on my mission, you know, I probably will upset some people. And that’s okay. I can be okay with that. And it might hurt. But I’ve got a bigger message.
And. I’ve got people that need to hear this message and are depending on me to do that. So. That was a really big mindset challenge, because that’s, that was a really big trigger of mine is like any sort of negativity or negative comments, especially coming from my former clients from like, many years ago, you know, and I had to work through that. And. I’m glad that I did because things like that sometimes make people shut down and be like, Oh, maybe I should just quiet my voice. Maybe I shouldn’t say that. Right. And. I was like, no, if that like I’m just gonna talk louder because there’s these 1000 people who are giving me all the love not gonna let the two people who said something, you know, like, derail my mission. So woof
Omar right now, this is really good. So. first of all, I just want to repeat that how other people respond to as a reflection of their triggers. We are in a personal development space. We’re talking about things like money. Things like your deep health challenges. And, things like your, you know, relationships and, and things that are not making your life the way you want it to be. And how you want to feel in your life. These are hot topics. This is not like a makeup brand or lipstick gloss, where you could be like, hey, this is the product enjoy.
So people are going to have reactions to that. They are going to have beliefs and reasons why they’re not where they want, they want to be in those areas. And. Those are going to come up probably when you’re, you know, setting a new example, or changing a new paradigm or whatever. Our job as coaches is to hold people accountable to what they say they want to do in their life. What what they who they want to be.
And. So. I see money, not as like, oh, so important, because nice things and you get to have, you know, go travel, whatever. I see money as like, this is a purse, this is a personal way to grow yourself. This is personal way to like track, like your mindset changes and how you’ve been able to, like do something in your life that’s created value. Like I just think it’s a great personal development thing.
Not even about the material of money, right? So. I think other people don’t see it that way they see money is the root of evil. And when you get a lot out of it, you become selfish. Yeah, I think it amplifies good. And people like it amplifies you being able to be generous and do things. So people have these different beliefs that they come to the table with. And your job is not to, you know, solve every problem in every video, you just can’t do that you can’t please everybody. And maybe it’s not even a thing that needs to be solved. I mean, that’s just how they are. That’s how they want to be.
And that’s fine. And. You have to be okay with being polarizing, as Jaime said. So. That’s key. And. The other thing that I when you brought up how you had to not be afraid of failure. That is so huge. Because personally. I had a coaching call recently, and I was like, the coach repeated back to me. It was like, so you think people shouldn’t make mistakes or mess up? And. I was like, wait, no. But I was putting that on myself. So. I was like, oh, crap, like, I thought I like. No. No. In my head, I should be perfect. I should never make a mistake. I should never mess up. And. Because I have this is a disaster. This is a catastrophe.
And. They’re like so, so wait. So you think like nobody should ever make any mistakes? Like no, no, that’s so I caught myself. But. You do have to be okay. And it feels bad. Because it’s uncomfortable. And. It’s not what our brain likes to deal with. But. We can and you become stronger and you learn from it. So the last thing I want to say to you is I want to ask you about content. So when what’s some of your things that do best when you do content? How do you come up with your ideas? Like. Tell me a little more about what’s your content process?
Gosh. I wish I had a better answer for you. I have tried so many different content strategies. Whether it’s like planning a month, it’s worth a week’s worth. And. I really found that what works best for me is to be in the moment within with my inspiration what comes to me. Write the post design the graphic or find the picture. And post it like I can’t even tell you anytime I’ve tried to plant like a month’s worth of content.
I, It feels super draining for me not everybody is like this, like you know I think all of us have our different like work styles and things like that but for whatever reason my content tends to perform the best like when I literally just get inspired and write it in that moment and posted in that moment. Um, that being said, you know, sometimes I you know, when I’m lacking inspiration or I don’t know what to write about, I will like look through like client check ins and see like what our clients winning what are they struggling with?
Could that be a piece of content what have I looked through my consultation notes, a look back at things that I’ve written you know, a couple of years ago I’ll look at some of the like business or money mindset coaches I admire and see what they’re writing about, and how can I you know, sort of use topics like that and put a fitness or wellness spin on it. So I am definitely not the fancy pants girl with her content coded calendar but hopefully there’s another you know, guy or girl out there who’s like thank you because that’s not all they are either and, you know, I’m proof you know in evidence that you don’t need to do that in order to have a successful business.
That is exactly what I wanted to point out. You are focusing on yourself Tips which I think are much more important anyways, then content and one of my big things is saying you can’t be successful because I do that I, you know, don’t post all the time either on Instagram stories and all that stuff without having to post on social media all the time. Yes, it helps nurture. Yes, it helps build value.
It could be your main strategy if you wanted it to be, but you don’t have to. It’s not the first thing I would prioritize, right. So I love that you pointed that out and good for you for just kind of being like, you know what, I feel inspired. I’m going to do this. And here’s what my clients need to hear today based on my sessions I’ve had and that kind of thing. So anyways, okay, so Jaime, this has been amazing and fun. Where can everybody connect with you?
Yeah, connect with me on Facebook or Instagram. You can find me and my it’s just search my name Jame Morocco, and I love to connect with you guys. And thank you so much for having me. This is so fun.
Thank you, and congratulations on all of your success. And I can’t wait to see where you continue to take things. Thank you likewise. All right. And for everybody listening to the replay. Go ahead and go to Hailey row.com to grab your free niche marketing training and Instagram bio checklist. And I’m going to be sending out a couple more exciting trainings and tips over the next couple of weeks gearing up for a live event that I’m hosting for free. So you’ll definitely want to hear more about that and we’ll talk to you soon. Thanks
About Jaime Morocco
Jaime Morocco is a Certified NASM Personal Trainer & Precision Nutrition Coach, Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and Master Mindset Coach. She lives on the beach in Miami with her white Pomeranian named Enzo.
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