Effective Lead Generation Methods
In this episode, I am sharing my interview about lead generation I did in Amy Lee Westervelt’s Facebook Community.
By listening to this episode you will learn effective methods for lead generation.
Good afternoon everyone. So excited to be here with you on another edition of Wednesday wisdom. My guest today is amazing. I’ve known this gal for a couple years now and I’m finally just getting her on the show. You guys are gonna love her. I’ll be back in a couple of seconds with Hailey Rowe
Hey everyone, welcome back so excited for my guest today you guys are going to love this gal. Without further ado here she is the Sales and Marketing Strategist and Co Founder of Power Player Marketing Services. Welcome everyone. Miss Hailey Rowe. Hello, Hailey. How are you? Hi, I’m good. I love to pump up song before we get started. I love it. Oh, yeah. No, it’s Yeah, it’s you know, just part of making you guys feel good. So yeah, I’m good morning, Sheena. Good morning, Robert are good day. So Hailey, as you know, this show is all about Wednesday, wisdom, sharing your wisdom, we would love to know, who are we talking to you today is to tell us a little bit about you. Yeah, so I am a sales and marketing strategies strategist, as you said, and also offer marketing services.
Getting Consistent Leads
And my goal is really to help coaches and consultants and online course graders and service providers take their business to from, you know, a hobby and something that they love to actually being something where they’re getting consistent leads, they’re selling their packages, things like that. Because one of the things that killed me when I first got all my certifications, and coaching and whatnot, was that, okay? Now you’re a business owner all of a sudden, and you have to figure out how to apply sales and marketing to your business. And a lot of coaches aren’t ready for that. Or they’re like, Whoa, okay, how do I do this. So I wanted to take the overwhelm out of that for my clients.
And I love that you said that. And by the way, guys, if this resonates for you, you feel like anybody in your audience or your group needs to hear this message, it is public, you can share it. So feel free to do so if it moves you. But that being said, it’s so true, because you know, as a coach, as someone who works with clients, it’s really easy to start to feel bad about yourself, because you don’t have that marketing piece.
Like if you’re not careful, you can start to lump your coaching in with the fact that you don’t know how to get in front of enough eyes, or you don’t know copy or you don’t know these other things. And it starts to trickle in and become part of will This is why I’m not successful. Well, no, it has nothing to do with your skills as a coach or your expertise. It has to do with the fact that you’re not a marketer. And so when people realize this, and I know for me, it was such a big aha to go from, oh my gosh, I suck at this to No, I’m really good at this. I’m just
Excuse me, I’m just
really, I was going to try to sneeze on the break, but it didn’t work.
I’m just really not, you know, they’re good at sharing it. And so I love that people like you are out there to be able to do that. Hi, Scott. Hello, hello. Thanks for joining us today. So good to see you. So okay, so that being said, How did you go from you mentioned coaching, and then how did you kind of move from like, you know what, this is really where my zone of genius is? Yes. So I started out working with people on their habits and behavioral change. And I majored I got a bachelor’s degree in entrepreneurship. And I’ve always had two passions. One is just kind of personal gRoweth and personal development. And the other is business I, I loved learning entrepreneurship, I think it’s a great example of putting personal development into practice having to do that for your business.
So after I got my bachelor’s, I worked in business development and marketing for a couple startups. And they were wellness based startups, they were, you know, I did that for a couple years. And I realized that a lot of the principles I was learning could apply to coaching businesses and co you know, people who are trying to gRowe their business online. So I put my coaching on the backburner during that time to work at these startups, wearing so many hats and doing all these things. And then eventually, one of the startups I worked for ended up letting everybody go because they were facing a ton of delays and all these challenges. And that was when I was like, Well, you know what, I this all apply
Everything I’ve learned from this startup and wearing 12 different paths would apply to my own business. And so I’m just going to take that and, and do what I’m good at, which is helping people with their marketing, helping people, you know, feel take their passion and turn it into business. And so that’s kind of what happened. A lot of people who are coming to me, it kind of came out of who was coming to me, I was getting a lot of questions about from like, health coaches and life coaches, saying things like, well, how did how did you, you know, do X, Y, and Z. And so I realized this, there’s a market here, this is something that I feel I can help with.
So that’s kind of where I work, how I started doing what I am doing today. And that was about three years ago. Wow, that’s amazing. And that’s kind of right around the trajectory of when I started doing what I’m doing. So that’s really interesting that we’re kind of like we were babies together. So one thing that I think is really powerful about what you said, too, is, you know, I’m all about building your dream business. I’m all about like, what does it look like for you to do what you want to do, and you being able to say, you know, I know how to do this. But this is where I really excel. And this is what I want to put out there is just so powerful.
Defining a Deal Breaker
And so I would love to know, when you were building your business, kind of like, what were some of the deal breakers, things you had to have in your business and things you were like, No way on, that’s not happening here. Yeah, so I love the concept of a dream business. Because I think it’s something that you don’t want to have to escape from, you don’t want your business running you as I as you know, that quote is about, you know, you don’t want you want to be running your business, not your business running you. So one of the things that was a very, that was very important to me was that I’m focused on what’s essential and what is,
not adding extra drama, or extra needed steps that don’t need to be there. So learning how to manage myself and how to manage my time, it was really important to me that I took my business and I didn’t overthink things. And I just got moving. And I started learning from my failures and, and not over complicating things. Because if I got too up in the weeds about very specific things, it would be a deal breaker for my business, and it may not fun. And so I had to kind of get myself in that zone of learning how to manage myself and my mind and not overthinking things and just going for it. Another major thing for me that’s important is that I am able to focus on results.
And really like I see I didn’t, when I first started, I wasn’t able to say the same things I’m able to say now. So in other words, now I could say I can help you hit a 10 came up, I can help you do X, Y, and Z because I’ve done that. And I’ve helped clients do that. In the beginning, it was a deal breaker for me to feel inauthentic.
And I had to start with just saying I can help you with your business habits, I can help you improve the way you spend your time, like and so I think it’s important for people who feel afraid and the beginning of their business that like imposter syndrome or whatever, just saying what you know, you can provide them what you’ve done yourself and start there. And you can always evolve your messaging as you expand. That was another really important thing to me. And then the last piece is I started out on my own and now I have a partnership.
In addition, so I the CO the Power Player Marketing Services. And I think a thing for me that was important is however my however I’m going to make my impact I’m flexible to how that happens. So this this partnership kind of came into my life. And it wasn’t where I wasn’t expecting to do that. But it kind of happened organically. And as long as I’m hitting the end goal of helping coaches and consultants keep their jobs and you know, rock their business.
I’m open minded to how that takes shape.
That is like music to my ears. Because that is one of those things that you know you have your tenants that you teach. And one of my tenants is that you can’t be attached to the how you can be attached to the what you can be attached to the feelings around the web, but you can’t be attached to the hell because if you do, the universe will definitely make that happen.
But it might take 15 years, right? It’s like my dad used to say, you know, you can put an A monkey in front of a computer and he’ll read the Encyclopedia Britannica. dated I know. But it’s going to take a couple 1000 years, right like it will happen eventually. But when you dis attach or detach from the how it’s going to happen and you just focus on I’m going to have so many happy clients. I’m going to help people really make move the needle in their business. Now all of a sudden, it’s all open for you about how you go about that and with what you do, just like with what I do, there’s so much variety right some people in the end
Little bit more help an organization some people need messaging, some people need strategy, like some people need email marketing, like there’s so many different pieces, and everybody’s business is a living breathing organism. So I absolutely love that you said that. One other thing I want to add to the deal breaker piece that I think you probably agree with is I wasn’t willing to sacrifice my health and my like, mental well being for this business. So in other words, I’ve never done all nighters. I’m not like, I’m gonna hustle myself to the ground. And I work hard, no doubt. And I do sometimes work a lot of hours, but not at the expense of my walks, or my, you know, like, that kind of stuff.
Right? Cuz that’s all part of it, too. Like, people think like, Oh, my well being is separate. Now, it’s very much part of your business. Because, as Emily always says, Only when we’re at our highest vibration, taking optimal care of ourselves, do we do our greatest good in the world. So if you’re, you know, have a headache, and you’re not sleeping, and you don’t have all your needs met, you’re not focused, you’re not paying enough attention. You don’t have that creative juice to be able to really propel that person’s business in the right direction with them.
So absolutely, totally agree with that. So moving into the content piece a little bit, what do you think, in your humble opinion, is the biggest mistake that business owners make when it comes to their sales and marketing? Yes, so a couple things that are, I noticed a lot of times people get wrapped up in the wrong things.
So in other words, they think things like, posting on social media is going to be the answer to all their problems, and have everybody coming to them for their services. Or they think having a $5,000 website right off the bat before they’ve tested their concept, before they’ve actually sold anything. They think that is the first step. So I think the biggest thing is getting focused on at the end of the day, the number of offers you make minus the nose, you get, as Brooke Castillo says, equals your results.
So if you can set your business up, or if you’re looking at what is essential for me, you need to look at how can I make more offers and set myself up in a position where I can make those offers? And it’s not weird. So in other words, you’re nurturing your audience? You are, you know, so social media is a part of that. But it’s not like the answer, right? But how can you set yourself up to make more offers, learn from your nose to get the results that you want? So that’s the first thing is getting wrapped up in the wrong things is a big mistake. I see.
The second thing I think, is that is a killer is comparison and jumping around. So in other words, I was just talking to somebody yesterday, who said, No, I see all these other coaches and people doing this.
And I feel like it’s so oversaturated. Why even bother. And these thoughts are not productive, and they’re taking her away from doing what’s actually important in her business. At the end of the day, it’s really not that saturated. If you went to a party, or you were at an airport, or you were in public, I bet you You’re the only coach or online entrepreneur, course grade or whatever, there, okay, so it’s not that saturated, get over that, focus on what’s in your control, and, and stop comparing yourself to other people.
Focusing on the End Goal
And then the third thing, I think, is trying to be too many things to too many people, which I know is cliché, and everybody says this, but having a clear niche having a very irresistible offer for that niche that they actually want to pay for that’s focused on the end goal of what they want, not how coaching is a how having a course is a how offering the services, how nobody cares about that most people in marketing language, okay, they care about what is it going to bring to their life? How are they going to feel? What is the thing they’re never going to have to struggle with? Again, what is the solution you provide? So that’s, that’s the third thing I see.
Yes. And I think that piece, the part about the transformational value, there’s kind of two pieces to that too. And guys, grab your pens and pencils for this one, there’s an emotional transformation. But there’s also and this is the one that most people miss. There’s a tangible transformation. I like to think of this as the thing that if an alien drops down in your living room, what would they see physically, that would show that this transformation has happened and correct me if I’m wrong.
This is the piece that a lot of coaches service providers. Yada yada, yada. Really miss is what will my life look like? Not how will I feel because the field we get right, you’re going to feel great, it’s going to be wonderful, but what are the tangible outcomes that are going to be different in my life? Yeah, and it should be so easy that a 10 year old could understand it if you explain it versus I help you become an inner goddess, you know, etc. What does that mean? Right?
Yeah, right, I hope you wake up every morning without anxiety about what am I going to do with myself all day? That’s a tangible outcome, as opposed to, I make you feel better, or you’re just going to be so aligned. What does that even mean?
Nobody even knows what that means. Absolutely. I love that. So okay, tell me and tell us And guys, feel free to bring your questions. And at this point, tell us a little bit about kind of some of the services that you provide, like the done for you the done with you all, but because you have like a whole suite of services, and these guys need to know about it. Yeah, so there’s kind of two sections. One, I like to start with why we even do this. So first, I think it’s important to know that as an entrepreneur and a coach, it’s very hard to do juggle all the things, you’re your own admin, you’re the coach, you’re the marketer, etc.
And so what I want to help coaches do and online entrepreneurs do is be able to have leads coming in, be a little more hands free in that department, in their business, and also, at the same time, have the principles of sales and marketing, working for them so they can convert more sales. So the kinds of services I provide, I do coaching to help you teach it, to do it yourself first, which a lot of people find value in doing it themselves first, before they hire out things, because then they can know what to look for and that kind of thing.
And then I also have a side of my business, it’s more lead generation. And the way we do that is different depending on your business, and who your audiences and where they hang out, and that kind of thing. But basically lead generation, what it means is bringing in qualified potential clients that fit within your target audience, to see your stuff, because the most heartbreaking thing for me is when I see coaches out there, they’re killing themselves doing this amazing content, you know, going live like this, and nobody is seeing it, or they’re not doing something every day to gRowe their audience of people seeing it. So that’s what I help with.
I love that. Yeah. And I remember I first met you was because I had clients that were looking for virtual assistants. I remember you said to me, and I, I’ll never forget this, you were like, Oh my gosh, like your Amy Lee. And I was like,
Yes, really need like that. I’m just Yeah, no, it was it was one of those like moments that I was just like, Wow, she like knows who I am. And I don’t know how she knows the way I’m gonna put it. It’s so funny. Because now I mean, it’s like, you know, we were everywhere together. It’s It’s so cool. But yeah, absolutely.
Online, it’s really awesome to watch. And you’re bringing value in Facebook groups and things like that. And so I did see your face so many times. It’s kind of like brand recognition that when you reached out I was like, Oh, this I know. I know what this is. Yeah. Which is mind boggling to me. Because I’m like, like anybody even knows who I am. But, and that was, what, two years two years ago, a year ago. Time flies. Yeah, like you said it, I’d be like,
but No, I’m kidding. And Nancy just said leads inbounds music to my ears. So yeah, let’s let’s talk about that. What does that look like? What does it look like to generate leads for a client? Yeah. So I think the first thing to get clear on is when you’re going to do a lead generation strategy, you want to think about, okay, what is my amazing irresistible offer? And Who is it for?
And then from there, we’re able to say, okay, it sounds like what would be good for you is something like LinkedIn lead generation, or it sounds like something that would be good for you his email, campaign, or ads or whatever. So, but what I the way I like to talk about how we do lead generation in general, is we want to make it conversational, we want to do cast a big net. So we want a big volume of people that we’re connecting with.
And we want to make it personal and building a relationship, because a lot of the people we work with are high ticket coaches, or people who have offers where you couldn’t just kind of send them to a page. And I mean, you could but most of the time, they’re selling private coaching group programs or things like that, where they they want to have a personal relationship with the person that they’re buying from. Right. So the way that we do that is first we build you an audience. And just to give you an example, you will take LinkedIn lead generation as our example. What we do is we build your audience 2400
people within your target audience, and we use something called Sales Navigator, and then we do a two message conversational friendly campaign. And that’s part two. So part two is a messaging in general for Legion and and then we do
That on repeat, and you’re just kind of, you know, getting new calls or getting new potential clients interested that kind of thing. Another thing we do, for example, would be like Instagram growth, where we’re liking we’re following people who would be in your ideal client avatar, and they’re following webinars, and they’re seeing your posts, and you can connect with them and that kind of thing. So I think that the thing is, the three parts to it is number one, we build your big audience. Number two, we connect and start a conversation with that audience.
And then number three, we follow up and follow through. And that’s where most people, if you’re a coach, and you have 1200 different projects, that’s where you’re missing, you’re missing out on that follow through and people continuing to have touch points with you, and be able to come to you now, for a service because it does take touchpoints to have somebody convert to a client, if that makes sense. So you want to have that lead gen, that nurturing of the lead, and then they convert, because you continue to follow up showing value, that kind of thing.
And let’s talk about that for a second. Because this is something I can definitely weigh in on from an add perspective is that, you know, when people don’t answer you back are when they read you and left leave you on read, sometimes they’re me. And they have five kids, and they’re doing laundry, and they’re trying to do the next thing or they just woke up or they’re like, you don’t know how many times people that are in different parts of the world will message me early in the morning, or people that get up before 10, let’s be real.
They’ll message me and I’ll like read it when I’m in a stupor. And then I like forget to go back to it. Yeah, and those people don’t come back and be like, there was this one awesome guy that I met, I ended up accepting a friend request from and he lives in Ireland, and he left me a voice message. And I saw it, forgot to listen to it. Then this morning, he was like, Hey, I’m back. And I was like, Oh my gosh, I’m so sorry. But if he had never done that, you know, he might have thought, Well, she’s just a jerk. And she’s, you know, whatever. So it’s like giving people the benefit of the doubt and understanding that the world is today we have decision fatigue, and you’ll hear me talk about this on all my interviews all the time.
The world is designed to keep us confused. I mean, look at Facebook, it’s literally like, hey, look at your newsfeed, but also out of your peripheral vision, look at these three ads, and oh, while you’re at it, also look at the notification like they’re teaching us to be distracted, right? Like it is it is like it is being conditioned that way. So knowing that and knowing that that is who your ideal client is, because that might even be what you’re trying to help them with. you’ve kind of got to meet them where they are.
So I love that you said that thing about the follow up? Because that is so true. Absolutely. I can’t tell you. Oh, have said, Hey, thank you so much for reaching out, or thank you so much for following up. Because people just are, like you said they’re distracted. So I completely agree. And also how can you, Amy Lee, the business owner, juggle answering your messages and that kind of stuff. So that’s the thing we want to help you with. And you know, some things require your personal touch, and we don’t know how to answer the question of, Hey, you know, something extremely specific about your program.
But it’s much easier when you can focus on those things rather than constantly trying to juggle all the balls. And so let’s let’s touch on one of those, you know, misnomers misconceptions. Because I mean, we’ve got you here, we might as well have your occupation. People think that things like lead generation and things like that are cost prohibitive? Well, I have a small business, but like, let’s just use some, like round numbers.
Like if, if you know, lead generation cost you 1000 a month, and I’m just being conservative with a nice round number, you know, and you ended up getting 10 leads, and three of them closed as a client. And those three clients are all let’s say, $5,000. Is it worth it to spend 1000 to make 14, right? Yes, exactly. It’s like what’s the cost of not having people interested in what you offer because one of our clients who did LinkedIn lead gen as an example, she got
a 40 $100 sale, a think one of them was like a 2k to 3k dollar intro sale, and then an 80 grand part time corporate coaching job in like six weeks, and that’s not going to happen every single month, every six weeks, you’re going to get another part time job, but you aren’t going to you see that the ROI is and can be there and even if it’s not like rigid, like every single week, I checked off, I spent this much I made this much as a whole looking at the whole month she her investment was like compared to the opportunities that she got. So you do have to think about Okay, what am I missing here? If I’m not doing something like this
I love that. Yeah, that’s so true. And, and yeah, I mean, they say, you know, it takes money to make money and it in some ways it really is true it but it’s more it takes an investment to to get a return, right because you can’t it’s like if you don’t play the lottery, you’re not going to wait. Right? You can’t, you can’t energetically extract what you didn’t, energetically Yes. And that’s really where it is from a metaphysical perspective.
So you can do this work yourself, you can go do your own lead generation, you’re still putting in the work, whether you’re paying when to do it, you’re still doing it, nobody, I don’t care who they are, is just sitting there, on the couch, watching Netflix, eating bonbons, getting clients, that’s just not how it works, you have to be out there. And whether you’re doing the work or somebody is doing the work for you. And again, that’s different, you know, like different people have more, some people value their money, their time.
You, you know, you’re gonna trade money for time one way or the other at the beginning. So, you know, I think it’s really important to have that conversation. Um, if anybody has any specific questions for Hailey, we can totally take those at this time. And while we’re waiting for those to come through, because I know there’s a little bit of a delay, let’s talk about how people can get a hold of you, if they want more info. Absolutely. So you can get a hold of me, just by DMing me on Instagram, if you want it at hailey_rowe, I also have a website, haileyrowe.com.
And then the last thing more for the marketing services is gopowerplayer.com. My business partner and I have a site together there so and you know, feel free to DM me on Facebook too, if you’re more of a Facebook person, but really, um, I also have a podcast, it’s called health coach nations for health coaches and life coaches. We share business time management, all that kind of stuff, tips. I have a Facebook group called Health Coach Nation, so I’m pretty much everywhere.
But um, if you want to reach out privately, you know, feel free to say hi, and we do and I’d love to connect. Yeah, she’s super nice. You guys. You love her. Alright, so we don’t have any questions yet. So I’m going to ask my own question. So you know about my business, you know, what I do? You know, how I show up online? What would be one tip that you would have for me in my specific niche that I invented? Um, what would be something that you would recommend that that maybe I should, you know, add to my whatever? Yeah, well, wait, so remind me the niche you invented. Right? So dream design, right?
So bring out what you really want unlocking kind of what your true desires are, as opposed to what everybody else tells you that you should want or what everybody else wants. Okay. And what would you say is the top struggle you’re facing in the business right now that I’m facing? Yeah. Um, what is the top struggle?
I think my top struggle is
focusing on one program, because I feel like I have two different open and closed cart programs. And then I’ve got some evergreen stuff. And I have a hard time figuring out how to kind of like, melt that all together in a nice, you know, cohesive storyline, I guess. Okay. So one thing, Well, two things just to say, I know, this will probably apply to everybody. One thing I found really useful this year is doing collaborations with people on Instagram Live or in their groups, or whatever.
And so if you can get in a habit of like, once a week, you do at least one guest training or one, like live with someone who’s complimentary to your business, like, you do dream design, but maybe somebody else does, like declutter life, and all that melts under like, dream life, like awesome, you know, women who want to clean, you know, I don’t know, just generalize, but you know what I mean? So that can be something that’s a lot of people, I think, just overlooked.
And it’s free, organic marketing. The second thing I’d say for you personally, is if you have all these buckets, and you’re like, I don’t know, I can’t, I don’t know how they all come together, I would have something called a narrative that you write out for each different program. So in other words, I want you because this will give you clarity about how they could work together, or how you could upsell down sell, and how you can put this all into some kind of funnel altogether.
So I would write out like for one of your programs, what is the client journey, they find you on XYZ, Instagram, or they go to this lead magnet, or they click on this ad, then they go to this email funnel, then they go to Xyz, then they sign up for the program. And then once they’re in the program, what’s the next step for them? Like what’s the client journey? Do they upsell into the other thing? Whatever right? So like, write it all out, and have your team look at it.
So they’re like, because this is the other thing. Sometimes, we get so bogged down in everything. And we expect people to read our minds and know, and just be able to give us advice. But if you write it all out, so it’s all like, here’s what we do. And you do that for each thing, you’ll be able to start to see the gaps and the holes in the like, oh, but what if we could simplify this step? and connect it with this step? Like, just getting it all out on paper will be the very first step? And then second, ask yourself, How can I?
Where are the gaps in this process? What am I missing out on? Where are we losing people like looking at your data? Like when do they stop
clicking on the Evergreen, whatever funnel, and seeing how you can improve those. And then the last piece is where and ranking yourself on like, because as I always say, I’d go back to Alec sharpens five core function as functions of business, which are lead generation lead, nurture, convert conversion, delivery, and retention. If you can rank yourself in those areas for each individual program you have and see where the lakhs are, then you’re going to be able to have a much clearer plan to start resolving those things. I love that. Yeah, that’s all really great stuff. And yeah, I definitely feel like I have a customer journey that like is like a ride at Disney World, right? It’s like you’re going up a hill, and then you come down. And
it’s like, oh, you know, it’s smooth sailing here. And then it’s like, we jerk around the corner. It’s a bunch of characters that are laughing and joking, and it’s great. And then all of a sudden, you’re like getting splashed in the face. And you’re like, I wasn’t ready for that. Like, that’s pretty much my customer journey. I think that anybody who’s ever been on my customer journey can probably attest to that for sure. For sure. Um, okay, let’s see, Jerry Lee says yes, sometimes, having a full funnel is great is great and challenging to keep up with? Yeah, good problems to have right. Good problems to have. I love that. And of course, Lindsay’s here. So that’s exciting. never see her on here.
So glad to see you, Lynn. Okay, any last minute questions, anything you want to add to the conversation? Anything else? You want to tell them? Anything you want to leave them with? Yeah, sure. Um, I always go back to my framework, which is grow your business the fast way. And it stands for followers, action, sales, time and transformation. So with followers, that’s going back to our conversation of what is your strategy to fill your pipeline, there’s a million different options, pick one thing, first, focus on it, and then continue to expand action stands for how are you getting those people coming in to see so much value and have such a clear step that they take action, and it’s compelling and urgent enough for them to do so. So take a look at your copy, take a look at what you’re saying. ‘
And ask yourself, if this person has a problem? Would they see this as compelling enough to take the action? S stands for sales? So that’s how do you feel so confident on your sales calls? How do you feel so confident about the value you’re offering, that you are closing more sales, that you are preparing the client for that conversion, that kind of thing? And then time and transformation is time management? Where are you spending your time practicing constraints, from things that you don’t need to be focused on right now. And then transformation is making sure you’re always clear on the transformation you providing and your personal transformation you need?
Who do you need to become to become the business owner, who can have the results that you want and provide the transformation that you want to provide? So in a nutshell, I think everything in business falls under one of those categories. And my takeaway for your audience would be to ask it, have them look at that and say, which one do I want to focus on first? Where are the holes? And what am I going to focus on for the next month or three months or whatever? Yes. And speaking of audience I don’t know if you know this, most people don’t know this, but we are live right now on my personal profile on to business pages in my group. We’re also live on YouTube. So wave to
wave that’s efficient. I love that. Yeah, stream yard is where it’s at. Let me tell you it is amazing. And it’s like one stop shop. I’ll never go back. Sorry, ZOOM. I love you. But.
I love Streamyard more. Nice. Awesome. Well, thank you so much for being here. Hailey here. Amazing. I hope that people got I mean, I know people got a lot out of this. And of course you’re in the group. So if people have questions that they don’t necessarily want to ask publicly, they can ask you in the group, she’s in my group if you guys aren’t already a member of my group, the name of it is dream building entrepreneurs. We would love to have each and every one of you it is a great place to hang out very high vibe. But we also have a lot of practical knowledge tips tricks, expert you know, calm
And of course talking about manifesting our dream lives and businesses. So I hope you guys will join me there. Um, that being said, Hailey, you’re awesome. Thank you so much for being here. It has been such a pleasure. And I really am glad that you were able to join us after all this time, right. Thank you so much for having me. It’s been awesome. You’re still welcome. And that’ll do it this week, guys for Wednesday, wisdom until next week when I’m back with another awesome guest. May you be happy, may you be healthy, may you be safe. And may you be at peace Namaste day
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