If there is one change I made to my business (and personal life) during the past year that made a huge difference for me and my clients (and family) it would be “going live”.
When you’re LIVE people can see you on camera. There is more connection, engagement, communication.
So, in the past 12 months, I’ve had
- LIVE Mastermind Groups
- LIVE 1:1 Coaching Calls
- LIVE WeChat calls with my son in Austria
- LIVE group video calls with my siblings
- LIVE Cookbook Writing Q & A calls for members of my email list
LIVE is risky. Not only can people hear us, but they can see us. We put ourselves and our faces out there.
LIVE is so good. Plus it’s fun and connects me with clients and family like never before.
As a result of LIVE broadcasts, masterminds, and coaching I tripled my coaching and mastermind client load over the past 12 months.
And, LIVE gets easier and easier the more I do.
Next, I plan to offer LIVE webinars, Q & A Calls, and Facebook or YouTube LIVE to promote my work to a larger audience.
How much LIVE work are you doing in your business?
If you said not much, I challenge you to take the time to LIVE.
Cookbook author, editor, and Culinary Dietitian Maggie Green, RDN, LD coaches first-time cookbook authors during the pre-publication phase of writing a cookbook.
Would you like to write a cookbook, but feel alone in the pre-publication phase of writing?
Are you stuck thinking about your cookbook idea or has you project fizzled?
Do you feel overwhelmed with publishing options and the recipes, photography, and publishing process?
I’ve been there. I know first-hand that there’s not a lot of support for first-time cookbook authors who don’t have an agent or a publisher yet. That’s why I started my work as a cookbook writing coach.
Here are a few resources for you as you venture into the world of cookbook writing:
An 11-point checklist that helps you answer the question, “Am I Ready to Write a Cookbook?”