Felicia is now an Instructor and Business Advisor for Langara College

I’m pleased to announce that I’ll be joining Langara College’s Self Employment Program as an Instructor and Business Advisor.  A few of my clients are successful graduates of this program, and I have been conducting some workshops there for recent graduates.  So, when Kofi Ohene-Asante, the Program Manager, suggested that I join their team, it […]

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Stop Procrastination!

How many tasks are on your To-Do lists that you are procrastinating on?  Here are a few ideas to help you get started to combat procrastination: Don’t be a perfectionist.  Settle for the 90% solution! Have a problem getting started?  Pick one small portion of one task to get started. Have a problem completing a […]

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Financial Literacy for Mom Entrepreneurs

A common theme I see in working with many mom entrepreneurs is that many of us aren’t all that literate when it comes to the financial side of our business.  Sure, we know how much sales we make or want to make.  But when the conversation goes beyond the top line –  say on topics […]

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Womanzworld Academy Launch

Am thrilled to be partnering with Natalie Sisson at Womanzworld to launch Womanzworld Academy in May – a group coaching program on steroids for women entrepreneurs in early stages of their business, focusing on establishing marketing, sales, and business development processes.  More details here: http://womanzworld.com/startup-academy/ Watch the intro video on why we’re putting it on:

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On being optimistic

We put so much focus into protection and security in our physical lives.  We install locks on our doors, security systems to monitor our homes and businesses, and we set up passwords to protect our information.  It amazes me that we don’t nearly do the same for our mind.  What negative thoughts do you allow […]

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Which Wolf Will You Feed?

An elder Native American Chief was telling a story to his grandchild.  He said “There are two wolves fighting inside of me.  One wolf stands for anger, fear, doubt, regret, self-pity, and inferiority.  The other wolf stands for courage, joy, compassion, confidence, kindness, and generosity.  These two wolves fight every day.” When his grandchild asks, […]

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6 Steps to Overcoming Client Objections

No one likes being rejected, so I hear about this fear very often during coaching sessions.  Sometimes a client fears it so much that it stops them from calling or contacting prospects completely.  Most times, once they understand that objections are a good thing, with a little nudging, they get over the fear. Yes, objections […]

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Introducing the Make It Business Bookclub for Entrepreneurs

I love the idea.  A great business book, a cup of coffee, and 12 entrepreneurs sitting down to discuss what they’ve learned and how they are applying concepts from a top-selling business book.  This is the Make It Business Book Club.  This is way better than just your average networking event.  In a mere 90 […]

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Strategies from the Father of Coaching

I am a big fan of Thomas Leonard, and was very pleased to discover this post which contains his 21 strategies of personal evolution. Regardless of where we are in our business or career or life, I’m sure you’ll find a gem in this list!  My personal favorite is number 20: 20. Cause something and […]

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Pricing Strategies – Cheapest Ain’t Always the Best

Is pricing an Art or a Science?  The Vancouver Chapter of Enterprising Moms Network discussed this last night – our topic was on Pricing Strategies, presented by Michelle Tice of Savvy Mom Media Inc.  Pricing comes up very often in my coaching sessions, and I wasn’t surprised to see lots of questions, suggestions, and feedback […]

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