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The Femtrepreneur Show

A Femtrepreneur is anyone who wants absolute autonomy, freedom, and independence through running their own online business, their way. The Femtrepreneur Show will give you only the most actionable, practical, no-bs strategies and tools to make your online course business a reality - profitable, leveraged, and 100% on your terms. Mariah Coz is the founder of Femtrepreneur, has been an online entrepreneur for 8 years and has built a 7-figure business through online courses and programs. Megan Minns is the systems, tech, and productivity chief at Femtrepreneur. She tests all the programs, software, and apps for your online business, and let’s us know what’s working in the tech of online courses. She is also a wizard when it comes to making all your software “play nice” with each other. Together, they pull out the most effective strategies and systems for online course creators and sellers, whether you’re starting from scratch or starting to ramp up and scale. This podcast covers everything from finding your niche, choosing your course topic, creating your course, answering all of your questions about online courses, list-building, launching, webinars, evergreen sales, passive income, and tools and tech. In The Femtrepreneur Show, Mariah and Megan are bringing you real case studies and real launches, detail-oriented interviews with online course business owners, and all the strategies and tools you need to take action with your course idea today.
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Dec 27, 2016

In this episode, we’re chatting with Cole Hennen, of ColeHennen.com, and we’re talking all about how to find a profitable course idea if you don’t have your own list, and how to avoid burnout and stress with your first launches.

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TOPICS DISCUSSED:
- Introducing Cole Hennan

- When to rebrand

- Income streams

- Launching

- Connecting with your audience

- Struggles and challenges

- Predictions and goals for the future

 

QUOTES WORTH SHARING:

“Don’t be clever, be clear.” - Mariah (Click to Tweet)

“A signature course isn’t how much it is, it’s that one thing that you’re known for.” - Megan (Click to Tweet)

“I feel like you never get too big to reach out to your audience on a one-on-one basis.” - Cole (Click to Tweet)

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED:

- ColeHennen.com / Pines Up North
- XOsarah.com
- Launch Your Signature Course
- InDesign
- Apple Pages
- Canva
- Workbook Workshop
- Maya Elious
- Adobe Illustrator
- ConvertKit
- Gmail
- Deadline Funnel
- Tim Ferriss
- Squarespace


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Dec 20, 2016

In this episode, we’re talking about the very basic software and platforms you need to start out with in your business, and sharing a bunch of free and inexpensive tools that we love.

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TOPICS DISCUSSED:

  • Asana
  • Buffer
  • LastPass
  • Squarespace
  • G-Suite
  • ConvertKit
  • DPD/Gumroad

 

QUOTES WORTH SHARING:

“Really, if you’re not collecting emails you don’t have a business.” - Mariah (Click to Tweet)

“For Asana to work you have to prioritise that all of your tasks go into Asana.” - Megan (Click to Tweet)

“Save up your coffee money and buy your website, it’s so worth it.” - Mariah (Click to Tweet)

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED:


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Dec 13, 2016

In this episode, we’re chatting with Maya Elious, of MayaElious.com, and we’re talking all about creating strategic content leading up to your launch and how to start building the right team.

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TOPICS DISCUSSED:

  • Introducing Maya Elious
  • Starting on MySpace
  • Pre-selling, then learning what’s needed to deliver
  • Transitioning from services to products
  • Stepping back to reframe your expertise
  • Strategic content planning
  • The importance of mindset
  • Building a team
  • Struggles and challenges
  • Predictions and goals for the future
 

QUOTES WORTH SHARING:

“Take your brain and package it into a product.” Maya (Click to tweet)

“Your content positions you and you can’t just let it be whatever.” Mariah (Click to tweet)

“If your mindset isn’t that you’ve got this, you’ve already failed before you started.” Mariah (Click to tweet)

“I am smart and I could figure it out, but the amount of time it would take me to execute is not worth my time to learn.” Megan (Click to tweet)

“Just because you could do it doesn’t mean that you should do it.” Maya (Click to tweet)

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED:


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Dec 6, 2016

In this episode of The Femtrepreneur Show, we’re talking about how to hire contractors such as designers and Virtual Assistants for your business that are a good fit for your company culture. 

 

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TOPICS DISCUSSED:

  • The Femtrepreneur company culture (3:00)
  • Hiring (6:30)
  • Hiring the opposite of you (12:10)
  • Paying contractors (15:20)
  • Hiring for culture, personality, and values (18:00)
  • Interviewing tips (21:00)

RESOURCES MENTIONED:

  • 10 Must Ask Questions When You’re Interviewing your VA

QUOTES WORTH SHARING:

“Hiring someone who fully believes in your mission but cannot help you ...is a waste of your money.” - Megan

 

“You have to have the foresight and the self awareness to know that you should hire the opposite of you.” - Mariah

 

“You should be hiring someone who has strengths that are your weaknesses.” - Megan

 

“Don’t cheap out on good people.” - Mariah



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Nov 29, 2016

In this episode we're talking with Rebecca Tracey of TheUncagedLife.com to discuss the logistics of being location independent, running in-person retreats, and making your own schedule.

One of the biggest benefits to running your own business is being in charge of your schedule and having the freedom to go wherever you want. We also chat about being fearless when investing in your business and her predictions for the future of online course businesses.  

Topics Discussed in this Episode:

  • Introducing Rebecca Tracey (1:10)
  • Life before The Uncaged Life and transitioning into an online business (1:50)
  • The logistics of running a business on the road (7:30)
  • Advice for fellow nomads (14:25)
  • Hosting retreats and live events (17:10)
  • Pricing and selling your retreat (24:50)
  • Blending your retreat to the rest of your content (27:05)
  • Rebecca's annual launch calendar (28:40)
  • Launching her first course: Advice and stories from Rebecca Tracey (33:50)
  • Growing a team: Struggles and concerns (42:55)
  • How to be fearless when investing in your own business (50:00)
  • Rebecca's predictions for the future (59:45)

If you want to see the unedited video version of these recordings, head over to thefemshow.com/youtube to see the raw video footage of each episode.

Quotes Worth Sharing!:

"Building an online business gives you the freedom to actually create your own schedule" - Rebecca

"You have to show the value of your retreat or your course. It's not just 'here's a retreat, here's the price, come!'" - Rebecca

"If you start off with fear, then all of your decisions are based in fear and you just keep the cycle going" - Rebecca

"Spending money is good for your business" - Mariah

Resources Discussed in this Episode:

Connect with Rebecca Tracey's uncaged community: https://theuncagedlife.com/community/

Fem Show listeners get a FREE copy of Rebecca's Three Month Hustle Checklist for getting your business off the ground! Grab yours at https://theuncagedlife.com/thefemshow/

We're updating our popular Launch Your Signature Course workshop! Sign up to be the first to know when it launches: http://www.launchyoursignaturecourse.com/

Don't Forget!:

  • If you liked this episode, please subscribe to the Femtrepreneur Show on iTunes, and leave a rating and a review. It might seem small, but reviews make a big impact and help us get more amazing guests for you and keep bringing you the best strategies and tools for free each week!
  • Join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag, #thefemshow
  • More of a visual person? Want to see what we look like? Every episode of The Fem Show can be found on our YouTube channel:http://thefemshow.com/youtube
  • Have a question you want answered on The Fem Show? Submit your questions for us here!: http://thefemshow.com/ask
  • Discuss this episode with us and our community of entrepreneurs by joining our Facebook group: http://thefemshow.com/community

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Nov 22, 2016

In this episode, we’re chatting with Parker Stevenson, of Evolved Finance. We’re talking all about how to create good financial habits and a sustainable business as an online entrepreneur.

Resources Discussed in this Episode:

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Nov 15, 2016

In this episode, we're chatting with Lauren Hooker of ElleandCompanyDesign.com about balancing freelance work with launching and running courses, what sets her apart from other content creators, and finding the right mindset for hiring new members for your team. We discuss constantly being pressed for time while juggling client work as a freelancer, creating a course, and being present in our day-to-day jobs.

Topics Discussed in this Episode:

  • Introducing Lauren Hooker (0:50)
  • How Lauren transitioned from the corporate world to running her own business (2:05)
  • Building her business and identifying income streams (5:55)
  • Why you should cap the enrollment for your first launch (9:40)
  • Setting goals for yourself and cultivating the right mindset (14:25)
  • How Lauren's approach to creating, selling, and teaching courses is unique: Live courses, building a community, and running a business without a big team (16:00)
  • Validating your ideas and preselling courses (32:55)
  • Putting yourself in the driver's seat: Balancing freelance work and course creation (38:00)
  • Challenges and learning curves (46:25)
  • Hiring an assistant and growing your team (48:00)
  • Lauren's predictions and goals for the future (53:10)

If you want to see the unedited video version of these recordings, head over to thefemshow.com/youtube to see the raw video footage of each episode.

Quotes Worth Sharing!:

"You can have all the marketing assets in the world but it doesn't matter if you don't have great testimonials" - Mariah

"I keep things simple because there's only so many hours in the day and only one of me!"- Lauren

"You have control over your schedule. Exercise it"- Lauren

Resources Discussed in this Episode:

Don't Forget!

  • If you liked this episode, please subscribe to the Femtrepreneur Show on iTunes, and leave a rating and a review. It might seem small, but reviews make a big impact and help us get more amazing guests for you and keep bringing you the best strategies and tools for free each week!
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Nov 8, 2016
 
In today’s episode, we’re answering Haley's question: “What are your thoughts on services before courses?” This is one of our most frequently asked questions and one of the biggest misconceptions we’ve seen. Join us as we discuss why coaching and working with clients isn’t a requirement for selling your own courses and how to give yourself permission to do whatever you want to do with your business!
 
Topics Discussed in this Episode:
 
● Giving yourself permission (1:00)
 
● The benefits of coaching before selling a class (1:50)
 
● The cons of one-on-one coaching (3:25)
 
● Setting boundaries and making sacrifices (6:35)
 
● What if you don’t like working with clients? (8:10)
 
● Letting go of the “pay your dues” mentality (11:35)
 
● Enjoying (and being good at) your work (12:20)
 
● Just do it! (14:10)
 
If you want to see the unedited video version of these recordings, head over to
thefemshow.com/youtube to see the raw video footage of each episode.
 
Quotes Worth Sharing!:
 
“You don’t need permission to do anything” - Mariah
 
“No matter what you’re doing in your business, you should be excited about it. If creating your course doesn’t excite you then maybe you shouldn’t make one” -Megan
 
“If you need someone to give you permission, I’m giving it to you! Do whatever makes you the most excited” - Mariah
 
Resources Discussed in this Episode:
 
● We’re updating our popular Launch Your Signature Course workshop! Sign up to be the first to know when it launches: http://www.launchyoursignaturecourse.com/
 
Don’t Forget!
 
● If you liked this episode, please subscribe to the Femtrepreneur Show on iTunes, and leave a rating and a review. It might seem small, but reviews make a big impact and help us get more amazing guests for you and keep bringing you the best strategies and tools for free each week!
 
● Join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag, #thefemshow
 
● More of a visual person? Want to see what we look like? Every episode of The Fem Show can be found on our YouTube channel: http://thefemshow.com/youtube
 
● Have a question you want answered on The Fem Show? Submit your questions for us here!: http://thefemshow.com/ask
 
● Discuss this episode with us and our community of entrepreneurs by joining our facebook group: http://thefemshow.com/community
 
More from Mariah:
 
● Femtrepreneur: http://www.femtrepreneur.co/
 
 
● Your First 1K: http://www.yourfirst1k.co/
 
● Webinar Rockstar: http://www.webinarrockstar.co/
 
● Launch Your Signature Course: http://www.launchyoursignaturecourse.com/
 
More from Megan:
 
 
● Free Squarespace Video Course: http://www.freesquarespacecourse.com/
 
● Website in a Box: http://www.websiteinabox.co/
 
Nov 1, 2016
 
Many course creators feel like they’re trapped in the “launch to launch” cycle – constantly waiting for the income from their next launch to come in. In this episode, we’re joined by Addi Ganley of AddiGanley.com and FrugalFanatic.com for a conversation on escaping this cycle by setting up streams of passive income. We discuss how to master affiliate marketing, the benefits of simplifying your courses and pricing them low, and how you can confidently ask your audience what products they truly want to purchase!
 
Topics Discussed in this Episode:
 
● Introducing Addi Ganley (01:30)
 
● Deciding to treat your blog like a business (04:30)
 
● Setting standards and monetizing Frugal Fantatic (05:25)
 
● When should I start an email list? (10:30)
 
● Trends in revenue jumps (11:30)
 
● Selling products in a “saving money” industry (12:20)
 
● Keeping it simple: Lessons learned from Addi’s first launch (15:20)
 
● How to survey your audience (19:40)
 
● Affiliate marketing: Breaking free from the launch-to-launch economy (23:25)
 
● Addi’s Pinaffiliate concept (29:50)
 
● Passive Income Without a Product (34:15)
 
● Struggles and challenges (36:50)
 
● Predictions and goals for the future (40:00)
 
If you want to see the unedited video version of these recordings, head over to
thefemshow.com/youtube to see the raw video footage of each episode.
 
Quotes Worth Sharing!:
 
“When you have the right product and the right audience, it doesn’t matter what niche you’re in” - Addi
 
“Make your courses smaller and easier to digest” - Mariah
 
“Always put your audience and their needs first” - Addi
 
“Instead of creating something new, monetize what you have and put it on Pinterest!” - Addi
 
Resources Discussed in this Episode:
 
● Check out Addi’s course, Passive Income Without a Product, completely free for The Fem Show listeners!: http://www.addiganley.com/thefemshow
 
● Addi’s Pinaffiliate Masterclass for leveraging the power of Pinterest: http://www.pinaffiliatemasterclass.com/
 
Don’t Forget!
 
● If you liked this episode, please subscribe to the Femtrepreneur Show on iTunes, and leave a rating and a review. It might seem small, but reviews make a big impact and help us get more amazing guests for you and keep bringing you the best strategies and tools for free each week!
 
● Join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag, #thefemshow
 
● More of a visual person? Want to see what we look like? Every episode of The Fem Show can be found on our YouTube channel: http://thefemshow.com/youtube
 
● Have a question you want answered on The Fem Show? Submit your questions for us here!: http://thefemshow.com/ask
 
● Discuss this episode with us and our community of entrepreneurs by joining our Facebook group: http://thefemshow.com/community
 
More from Mariah:
 
● Femtrepreneur: http://www.femtrepreneur.co/
 
 
● Your First 1K: http://www.yourfirst1k.co/
 
● Launch Your Signature Course: http://www.launchyoursignaturecourse.com/
 
More from Megan:
 
 
● Free Squarespace Video Course: http://www.freesquarespacecourse.com/
 
● Website in a Box: http://www.websiteinabox.co/
 
Oct 25, 2016

In this episode, we’re joined by Alex Tooby of AlexTooby.com. Alex is a master of turning a follower on Instagram into money in the bank, and she’s here to discuss her method to marketing on Instagram, how to cultivate the best feed for your business, and her top advice for beginners just starting out with online courses and Instagram.

Topics Discussed in this Episode:

●“It was always my goal to make something for myself”: How Alex got started with Instagram and quit her full-time job (1:05)

● Social media consulting and niche-ing down (6:05)

● The secret to making money on Instagram (7:20)

● Men & Coffee (9:50)

● Income streams (12:20)

● Alex’s first launch (14:40)

● Launching her second course and creating a funnel (22:25)

● Doing price increases and relaunches (25:45)

● Strategies to launch (28:20)

● Tracking Instagram links (31:40)

● Post examples for promoting your business (33:10)

● Staying consistent on Instagram (39:25)

● “Just start somewhere”: Alex’s advice for beginners (44:15)

● Challenges and obstacles (46:40)

● Predictions for the future (49:30)

If you want to see the unedited video version of these recordings, head over to thefemshow.com/youtube to see the raw video footage of each episode.

Quotes Worth Sharing!:

“Healthy businesses should have multiple income streams”- Mariah

“Providing little nuggets of value on Instagram is the best!”- Alex

“Instagram is pretty casual. Don’t stress about your posting schedule” - Alex

“Embrace the process. There will be failures and mistakes. It’s totally normal. If you don’t try then you’ll never know”- Alex

Resources Discussed in this Episode:

● Alex’s famous Men & Coffee account: https://www.instagram.com/menandcoffee

● Follow Alex Tooby on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/instawithalex/

● Check out Alex’s free 7 day course on skyrocketing your success on Instagram!: http://alextooby.com/thefemshow

● Instagram Marketing Mastermind Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/makemoneyoninsta

● Pretty Link Plugin for tracking visitors to Wordpress: https://wordpress.org/plugins/pretty-link/

● Instagram scheduler: https://later.com/

● The doors to Launch Your Signature Course are open for a limited time! Find out more here: http://www.launchyoursignaturecourse.com/

Don’t Forget!

● If you liked this episode, please subscribe to the Femtrepreneur Show on iTunes, and leave a rating and a review. It might seem small, but reviews make a big impact and help us get more amazing guests for you and keep bringing you the best strategies and tools for free each week!

● Join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag, #thefemshow

● More of a visual person? Want to see what we look like? Every episode of The Fem Show can be found on our YouTube channel: http://thefemshow.com/youtube

●Have a question you want answered on The Fem Show? Submit your questions for us here!: http://thefemshow.com/ask

● Discuss this episode with us and our community of entrepreneurs by joining our facebook group: http://thefemshow.com/community

More from Mariah:

●Femtrepreneur: http://www.femtrepreneur.co/

●Build a Profitable Blog: http://www.femtrepreneur.co/build-a-profitable-blog/

●Your First 1K: http://www.yourfirst1k.co/

●Launch Your Signature Course: http://www.launchyoursignaturecourse.com/

More from Megan:

●Megan Minns: http://www.meganminns.com/

●Free Squarespace Video Course: http://www.freesquarespacecourse.com/

●Website in a Box: http://www.websiteinabox.co/

Oct 18, 2016
In this episode, we’re joined by Abby and Donnie Lawson, owners of http://justagirlandherblog.com/, to discuss how they transformed a small personal blog into a full-fledged business, complete with ebooks, webinars, and online courses. We talk about their best marketing strategies for attracting the right audience, how to launch for the first time, dividing up responsibilities and getting organized, and how to decide which topics become ebooks and which topics become courses.
 
Topics Discussed in this Episode:
● Introducing Abby and Donnie Lawson (1:25)
 
● Making the leap to blogging full-time (4:30)
 
● Printables, emails, and coaching: How Abby and Donnie doubled their income in a month (6:50)
 
● Managing multiple income streams (8:40)
 
● Launching Book Boss (12:35)
 
● Pre-sales and increasing price points (20:00)
 
● What to do when your first course has 500 students (22:55)
 
● Attracting the right audience (25:20)
 
● Best marketing strategy: Webinars (28:55)
 
● Advice for launching your first course (32:30)
 
● Setting a date for your launch (36:45)
 
● Is this idea a course or an ebook? (37:35)
 
● Tips for writing an ebook (42:30)
 
● Abby and Donnie’s struggles (49:00)
 
● Predictions for the future (51:20)
 
If you want to see the unedited video version of these recordings, head over to thefemshow.com/youtube to see the raw video footage of each episode.
 
Quotes Worth Sharing!:
 
“You might be underestimating how many people are on your email list, read your blogs, and are fans but unless you give them some kind of nudge they’ll just sit on the fence” - Mariah
 
“It’s so important to get organized. If you try to fly by the seat of your pants you won’t do everything you intended to do, and it’ll take a lot longer” - Abby
 
“Ebooks are a good stepping stone for an author and their audience” - Abby
 
“Every subject matter could be a course. Writing an ebook is a way to build an audience for a potential course’ - Donnie
 
Resources Discussed in this Episode:
● Abby and Donnie have a free course just for The Fem Show listeners! Sign up for their Build Your Launch List course by visiting http://justagirlandherblog.com/thefemshow
 
● Check out Abby’s ebook, Building a Framework: The Ultimate Blogging Handbook:
 
● Interested in the popular Book Boss course? Visit http://courses.buildingaframework.com/ to sign up
 
● Ask: The Counterintuitive Online Method to Discover Exactly What Your Customers Want to Buy...Create a Mass of Raving Fans...and Take Any Business to the Next Level by Ryan Levesque
 
● We’re updating our popular Launch Your Signature Course workshop! Sign up to be the first to know when it launches: http://www.launchyoursignaturecourse.com/
 
Don’t Forget!
 
● If you liked this episode, please subscribe to the Femtrepreneur Show on iTunes, and leave a rating and a review. It might seem small, but reviews make a big impact and help us get more amazing guests for you and keep bringing you the best strategies and tools for free each week!
 
● Join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag, #thefemshow
 
● More of a visual person? Want to see what we look like? Every episode of The Fem Show can be found on our YouTube channel: http://thefemshow.com/youtube
 
● Have a question you want answered on The Fem Show? Submit your questions for us here!: http://thefemshow.com/ask
 
More from Mariah:
 
● Femtrepreneur: http://www.femtrepreneur.co/
 
 
● Your First 1K: http://www.yourfirst1k.co/
 
● Webinar Rockstar: http://www.webinarrockstar.co/
 
● Launch Your Signature Course: http://www.launchyoursignaturecourse.com/
 
More from Megan:
 
● Megan Minns: http://www.meganminns.com/
 
● Free Squarespace Video Course: http://www.freesquarespacecourse.com/
 
● Website in a Box: http://www.websiteinabox.co/
 
Oct 11, 2016
In this episode, we’re answering a question we get really often: What is a signature course and why do I need one? We're explaining the differences between a regular course and a signature course, the benefits and side effects of being known for your course, and the top misconceptions surrounding creating and selling a signature course.
 
Topics Discussed in this Episode:
 
●Why should I create a signature course? (00:50)
 
●Characteristics of a signature course (04:20)
 
●Having ONE signature course: Launch benefits (17:00)
 
●Common misconceptions (20:00)
 
●Is a signature course evergreen? (23:35)
 
●The benefits of doing less: Defining your signature course (26:40)
 
 
Quotes Worth Sharing!:
 
“A signature course is an asset that you can sell again
and again” - Megan
 
“Experts don’t create courses, courses create experts” - Mariah
 
“Sell more of what you’ve already created” - Mariah
 
Resources Discussed in this Episode:
 
● Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown
 
● Sign up for our brand new 3-part video workshop here and get our Course Creator Starter Kit instantly: http://www.launchyoursignaturecourse.com/
 
Don’t Forget!
 
● If you liked this episode, please subscribe to the Femtrepreneur Show on iTunes, and leave a rating and a review. It might seem small, but reviews make a big impact and help us get more amazing guests for you and keep bringing you the best strategies and tools for free each week!
 
● Join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag, #thefemshow
 
● More of a visual person? Want to see what we look like? Every episode of The Fem Show can be found on our YouTube channel: http://thefemshow.com/youtube
 
● Have a question you want answered on The Fem Show? Submit your questions for us here!: http://thefemshow.com/ask
 
More from Mariah:
 
● Femtrepreneur: http://www.femtrepreneur.co/
 
 
● Your First 1K: http://www.yourfirst1k.co/
 
● Launch Your Signature Course: http://www.launchyoursignaturecourse.com/
 
More from Megan:
 
● Megan Minns: http://www.meganminns.com/
 
● Free Squarespace Video Course: http://www.freesquarespacecourse.com/
 
● Website in a Box: http://www.websiteinabox.co/
 
Oct 4, 2016

Today’s guest is Ankur Nagpal, founder of Teachable.com, a course hosting and creation platform that we’ve loved and used for all of our recent courses. We discuss the insights Ankur has gathered from his position beside the scenes of running and selling thousands of courses on Teachable, metrics and data you can use to measure the success of your course, and his predictions for the future of course creation.

Topics Discussed in this Episode:

● Introducing Ankur Nagpal (1:05)

● The origins of Teachable (4:00)

● How do you market your first launch? Top tips and mistakes to avoid (10:50)

● What makes a course successful? (17:15)

● Pricing your course for a targeted audience (21:45)

● Course completion rates: Are they something to worry about? (25:20)

● The gimmick of gamifying your course (28:25)

● Ankur’s favorite weird courses on Teachable and embracing your niche (32:35)

● Leaderboards and transparency on Teachable (36:35)

● Ankur’s challenges and goals for Teachable (38:30)

● Predictions for the future of course creation (41:40)

● What’s next for Teachable? (49:05)

 

If you want to see the unedited video version of these recordings, head over to thefemshow.com/youtube to see the raw video footage of each episode.

 

Quotes Worth Sharing!:

“The biggest reason why most people fail is that they never even get to their launch. They spend all their time planning but nothing ever actually happens”- Ankur

“Deliver value for free, build trust, and then ask your audience what they’re struggling with and help them solve it”- Ankur

“The most successful course creators are not perfectionists”- Megan

“A course is not a collection of videos and PDFs”- Mariah

 

Resources Discussed in this Episode:

● For a free month of Teachable and other goodies, visit https://teachable.com/thefemshow

● Follow Teachable on Twitter: https://twitter.com/teachable

● Follow Ankur Nagpal on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ankurnagpal

Don’t Forget!

● If you liked this episode, please subscribe to the Femtrepreneur Show on iTunes, and leave a rating and a review. It might seem small, but reviews make a big impact and help us get more amazing guests for you and keep bringing you the best strategies and tools for free each week!

● Join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag, #thefemshow

● More of a visual person? Want to see what we look like? Every episode of The Fem Show can be found on our YouTube channel: http://thefemshow.com/youtube

●Have a question you want answered on The Fem Show? Submit your questions for us here!: ·http://thefemshow.com/ask

More from Mariah:

●Femtrepreneur: http://www.femtrepreneur.co/

●Build a Profitable Blog: http://www.femtrepreneur.co/build-a-profitable-blog/

●Your First 1K: http://www.yourfirst1k.co/

●Launch Your Signature Course: http://www.launchyoursignaturecourse.com/

More from Megan:

●Megan Minns: http://www.meganminns.com/

●Free Squarespace Video Course: http://www.freesquarespacecourse.com/

●Website in a Box: http://www.websiteinabox.co/

Sep 27, 2016

In this episode, we’re answering one of the most frequently asked questions from our Facebook Group: Why would anyone pay for my course when there’s so much information available online for free? While all of the free content available on blogs, Youtube channels, and Pinterest might make creating and selling your own course feel silly, we’re living proof that customers will happily pay for your expertise! We share our five main reasons why people buy online courses, and how being confident in your own story is the key to attracting the perfect audience.

 

Topics Discussed in this Episode:

● Why would anyone pay for my course when there’s so much information available online for free? (00:35)

● Reason #1: Information overload (03:35)

● Reason #2: Time is valuable (06:45)

● Reason #3: Finding a community (10:05)

● Reason #4: It’s all about you (13:20)

● Reason #5: Put some skin in the game (20:40)

If you want to see the unedited video version of these recordings, head over to thefemshow.com/youtube to see the raw video footage of each episode.

Quotes Worth Sharing!:

“You’re not sitting there trying to convince people to buy something they don’t need. You’re offering a solution to people who are out there desperately trying to find an answer” - Mariah

“There’s so much value in being a connector between people” - Mariah

“The moment you start sharing your story is the start of allowing yourself to make more genuine relationships and connections. You’re not just another voice in the industry”- Megan

Resources Discussed in this Episode:

● Download our FREE Course Creator Starter Kit with tools, worksheets, and planners for anyone looking to start their first course: http://www.launchyoursignaturecourse.com/

● Discuss this episode with us and our community of entrepreneurs by joining our Facebook Group: http://www.thefemshow.com/community

●Website in a Box: http://websiteinabox.co

Don’t Forget!:
● If you liked this episode, please subscribe to the Femtrepreneur Show on iTunes, and leave a rating and a review. It might seem small, but reviews make a big impact and help us get more amazing guests for you and keep bringing you the best strategies and tools for free each week!

● Join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag, #thefemshow

● More of a visual person? Want to see what we look like? Every episode of The Fem Show can be found on our YouTube channel: http://thefemshow.com/youtube

●Have a question you want answered on The Fem Show? Submit your questions for us here!: http://thefemshow.com/ask

More from Mariah:

●Femtrepreneur: http://www.femtrepreneur.co/

●Build a Profitable Blog: http://www.femtrepreneur.co/build-a-profitable-blog/

●Your First 1K: http://www.yourfirst1k.co/

●Webinar Rockstar: http://www.webinarrockstar.co/

●Launch Your Signature Course: http://www.launchyoursignaturecourse.com/

More from Megan:

●Megan Minns: http://www.meganminns.com/

●Free Squarespace Video Course: http://www.freesquarespacecourse.com/

●Website in a Box: http://www.websiteinabox.co/

Sep 20, 2016

Today’s guest is Adrienne Dorison from adriennedorison.com, a success strategist, entrepreneur, and host of the podcast The School of Self-Mastery. We discuss how Adrienne quit her day job, launched a 6-figure course, and paid off her student loan debt – all while starting with a tiny list. Prepare to be inspired! 

 

Topics Discussed in this Episode: 

  • Introducing Adrienne Dorison (1:25) 
  • Why effort doesn’t equal progress (3:35) 
  • Self-sabotage and fear (10:50) 
  • Why Adrienne started her business and how she transitioned (12:40) 
  • Adrienne’s first launch (19:15) 
  • Building confidence in charging for your content (25:00) 
  • Transitioning from a free challenge to a paid course (30:45) 
  • Making time for the hustle (36:00) 
  • Working with and benefits of a little list (43:00) 
  • Launching when you’re ready, not when you have a big list (56:30) 
  • Adrienne’s struggles in business (1:08:50) 
  • Predictions for the future of course creation (1:12:15) 

If you want to see the unedited video version of these recordings, head over to thefemshow.com/youtube to see the raw video footage of each episode. 

Quotes Worth Sharing!: 

“Effort does not equal progress” - Adrienne  

“Put your best stuff out there for free. People need to get a result for free before they’re willing to pay to work with you”- Adrienne 

 “If you can’t sell to a small list and really engage them, then it’s going to be much harder to do it with a large list” -Adrienne  

“It’s not a race to get the most so you can make the most. It’s a stepladder - one tiny step at a time”- Mariah  

Resources Discussed in this Episode: 

  • Check out The School of Self-Mastery podcast for more of Adrienne’s opinions on business, money, and life : https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/school-self-mastery-business/id1022041617?mt=2 
  • Be sure to download Adrienne’s free worksheet, exclusive to The Fem Show’s listeners: adriennedorison.com/thefemshow 

Don’t Forget! 

  • If you liked this episode, please subscribe to the Femtrepreneur Show on iTunes, and leave a rating and a review. It might seem small, but reviews make a big impact and help us get more amazing guests for you and keep bringing you the best strategies and tools for free each week!
  • Join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag, #thefemshow
  • More of a visual person? Want to see what we look like? Every episode of The Fem Show can be found on our YouTube channel:http://thefemshow.com/youtube 
  • Have a question you want answered on The Fem Show? Submit your questions for us here!: ·    http://thefemshow.com/ask 

More from Mariah: 

●     Femtrepreneur: http://www.femtrepreneur.co/ 

●    Build a Profitable Blog: http://www.femtrepreneur.co/build-a-profitable-blog/ 

●     Your First 1K: http://www.yourfirst1k.co/ 

●     Webinar Rockstar: http://www.webinarrockstar.co/ 

●    Launch Your Signature Course: http://www.launchyoursignaturecourse.com/ 

  

More from Megan

●     Megan Minns: http://www.meganminns.com/ 

●     Free Squarespace Video Course: http://www.freesquarespacecourse.com/ 

●     Website in a Box: http://www.websiteinabox.co/ 

 

Sep 13, 2016

In this episode, we’re answering Nancy’s question: “Let’s talk about summer launches. Will it hurt to have a summer launch or should I wait until the fall?”   

 

Timing a launch is a common source of anxiety for course creators, but it’s way less complicated than it seems! We discuss why the audience of your course plays the biggest role in deciding the season of your launch, and the pros and cons of launching in the summer versus the winter.  

 

If you like to see things visually mapped out, download our free worksheet to help you figure out the best time to launch your show. 

 

Topics Discussed in this Episode: 

  • Does launch time matter? (00:35) 
  • Timing your launch to fit your audience’s needs (2:05) 
  • Benefits of a summer launch (6:20) 
  • Why you shouldn’t stress about a winter launch (8:20) 
  • Timing your first launch (11:30) 

 

If you want to see the unedited video version of these recordings, head over to thefemshow.com/youtube to see the raw video footage of each episode. 

 

Quotes Worth Sharing: 

“There are so many other factors that decide if your launch is successful or not. The date you launch is not the make-or-break factor” - Mariah  

“The best thing about having your own business is that you get to make the rules” - Megan 

 

Resources Discussed in this Episode: 

  • Get the 12 Month Launch Planner Worksheet at http://thefemshow.com/6 

 

Don’t Forget! 

  • If you liked this episode, please subscribe to the Femtrepreneur Show on iTunes, and leave a rating and a review. It might seem small, but reviews make a big impact and help us get more amazing guests for you and keep bringing you the best strategies and tools for free each week! 
  • If you want to discuss this episode with us and a whole community of awesome ambitious entrepreneurs, make sure to join our free Facebook group: http://thefemshow.com/community  
  • Join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag, #thefemshow 
  • More of a visual person? Want to see what we look like? Every episode of The Fem Show can be found on our YouTube channel: http://thefemshow.com/youtube 
  • Have a question you want answered on The Fem Show? Submit your questions for us here!: http://thefemshow.com/ask 

 

More from Mariah: 

●    Femtrepreneur: http://www.femtrepreneur.co/ 

●    Your First 1K: http://www.yourfirst1k.co/ 

●    Webinar Rockstar: http://www.webinarrockstar.co/ 

  

More from Megan

●     Megan Minns: http://www.meganminns.com/ 

●     Free Squarespace Video Course: http://www.freesquarespacecourse.com/ 

●     Website in a Box: http://www.websiteinabox.co/ 

Sep 13, 2016

In this episode, we’re answering Nancy’s question: “Let’s talk about summer launches. Will it hurt to have a summer launch or should I wait until the fall?”   

 

Timing a launch is a common source of anxiety for course creators, but it’s way less complicated than it seems! We discuss why the audience of your course plays the biggest role in deciding the season of your launch, and the pros and cons of launching in the summer versus the winter.  

 

If you like to see things visually mapped out, download our free worksheet to help you figure out the best time to launch your show. 

 

Topics Discussed in this Episode: 

  • Does launch time matter? (00:35) 
  • Timing your launch to fit your audience’s needs (2:05) 
  • Benefits of a summer launch (6:20) 
  • Why you shouldn’t stress about a winter launch (8:20) 
  • Timing your first launch (11:30) 

 

If you want to see the unedited video version of these recordings, head over to thefemshow.com/youtube to see the raw video footage of each episode. 

 

Quotes Worth Sharing: 

“There are so many other factors that decide if your launch is successful or not. The date you launch is not the make-or-break factor” - Mariah  

“The best thing about having your own business is that you get to make the rules” - Megan 

 

Resources Discussed in this Episode: 

  • Get the 12 Month Launch Planner Worksheet at http://thefemshow.com/6 

 

Don’t Forget! 

  • If you liked this episode, please subscribe to the Femtrepreneur Show on iTunes, and leave a rating and a review. It might seem small, but reviews make a big impact and help us get more amazing guests for you and keep bringing you the best strategies and tools for free each week! 
  • If you want to discuss this episode with us and a whole community of awesome ambitious entrepreneurs, make sure to join our free Facebook group: http://thefemshow.com/community  
  • Join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag, #thefemshow 
  • More of a visual person? Want to see what we look like? Every episode of The Fem Show can be found on our YouTube channel: http://thefemshow.com/youtube 
  • Have a question you want answered on The Fem Show? Submit your questions for us here!: http://thefemshow.com/ask 

 

More from Mariah: 

●    Femtrepreneur: http://www.femtrepreneur.co/ 

●    Your First 1K: http://www.yourfirst1k.co/ 

●    Webinar Rockstar: http://www.webinarrockstar.co/ 

  

More from Megan

●     Megan Minns: http://www.meganminns.com/ 

●     Free Squarespace Video Course: http://www.freesquarespacecourse.com/ 

●     Website in a Box: http://www.websiteinabox.co/ 

Sep 6, 2016

 On this episode of The Femtrepreneur Show we’re joined by Sarah Morgan, blogger and online course creator at xoSarah.com. We discuss how to make your transition from client work to course creation as easy as possible, the true reality of running multiple online courses, outsourcing, niches, and creating courses on a level system.  

  

Topics Discussed in this Episode: 

  • Introducing Sarah Morgan (2:20) 
  • How Sarah transitioned from client work to generating passive income (6:15) 
  • Sarah’s products and income streams (8:50) 
  • Why everyone wants to create an e-book (12:20) 
  • Should I simplify my courses? (15:00) 
  • Topic-based courses vs step-by-step classes (17:37) 
  • The evolution of a course: Badass Babes and beyond (23:20) 
  • Why having a simplified course load is better than the “launch high” (32:20) 
  • Emotional connection and sunk cost (35:48) 
  • Why outsourcing can be tricky (37:05) 
  • Sarah’s predictions for the future (43:45) 
  • Benefits of tiered courses and Facebook groups (45:20) 
  • Staying loyal to your niche (50:40) 
  • What’s next for Sarah Morgan? (56:30) 

 

If you want to see the unedited video version of these recordings, head over to thefemshow.com/youtube to see the raw video footage of each episode. 

 

Quotes Worth Sharing!: 

“I felt anxiety unpublishing my courses. But then you do it and you’re like, ‘Oh, okay, that feels good! Now I don’t have to deal with that. One less thing to promote’”- Sarah 

“Even if you think you have the perfect puzzle, pieces will change as time goes on” - Megan 

“To become an expert at something you need to train for 10,000 hours. You can’t take a course and now you’re an expert. It doesn’t work like that” - Sarah 

“Stick with those weird-ass niches. That’s where the money is” - Mariah  

 

Resources Discussed in this Episode: 

 

Don’t Forget! 

  • If you liked this episode, please subscribe to the Femtrepreneur Show on iTunes, and leave a rating and a review. It might seem small, but reviews make a big impact and help us get more amazing guests for you and keep bringing you the best strategies and tools for free each week! 
  • If you want to discuss this episode with us and a whole community of awesome ambitious entrepreneurs, make sure to join our free Facebook group at http://thefemshow.com/community  
  • Join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag, #thefemshow 
  • More of a visual person? Want to see what we look like? Every episode of The Fem Show can be found on our YouTube channel:http://thefemshow.com/youtube 
  • Have a question you want answered on The Fem Show? Submit your questions for us here!: ·    http://thefemshow.com/ask 

 

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Aug 30, 2016

In this episode of The Femtrepreneur Show, we're answering two questions all about picking the right topic for your course. 

 

1. Emily asked "how do I pick my first course to make when I have three different topics that I'm extremely passionate about?"  

 

2. Raven asked “What do we do if two completely different course ideas we've put out to followers are both getting the same amount of popular responses? How do I choose which one to pursue?”  

 

Be sure to listen to this episode to hear all about our fail-proof criteria for picking a course topic! 

 

Download your copy of the Course Criteria Worksheet here: http://thefemshow.com/4 

 

Need course ideas? Read our blog post, 5-Fail Proof Strategies for Finding Your Profitable Course Topic and Idea here: http://www.femtrepreneur.co/blog/profitable-course-topic  

 

The Fail-Proof Criteria:  

1. How easy is this idea for you to execute?  

2. Do you have an advantage in one topic that you don’t have in another?  

3. How affordable would it be to create this course?   

4. How quickly can you complete this course?  

5. Is there an identifiable audience for this course? Not sure where to find your students? Listen to Episode 1 to hear about how to find your audience. 

 

If you want to see the unedited video version of these recordings, head over to thefemshow.com/youtube to see the raw video footage of each episode. 

 

Quotes Worth Sharing:  

  • “Thinking and not doing is the most dangerous area to be in”- Mariah  
  • “There’s a vulnerability in launching your first course. There’s almost a part of you that self-sabotages” - Megan  
  • “The longer you say you’re going to take on your course, the less likely it is to ever launch”- Mariah 
  • “If you don’t want to be known for it, don’t sell a course on it” - Megan 

 

Don’t Forget! 

 

 

More from Mariah: 

 

More from Megan

  • Megan Minns: http://www.meganminns.com/ 
  • Free Squarespace Video Course: http://www.freesquarespacecourse.com/ 
  • Website in a Box: http://www.websiteinabox.co/ 
Aug 25, 2016

In today's episode we're answering Nancy's question, "Do I really need a blog to have a successful course?"

The short answer is no and we're telling you why, as well as giving you eight alternatives to blogging!

  1. Podcasting
  2. Newsletter
  3. Webinars
  4. Guest Posting
  5. Live Streaming
  6. Instagram
  7. Medium
  8. YouTube

The key to all of these is to have a single incredible piece of signature content - whether it's an ebook, an email course, or a video series, create that memorable piece that everyone will remember you by. 

If you want to see the unedited video version of these recordings, head over to thefemshow.com/youtube to see the raw video footage of each episode.

Don’t Forget!

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Aug 22, 2016

On this episode of The Femtrepreneur Show we’re joined by social media mogul Caitlin Bacher. After working as a freelance social media marketer and consultant, Caitlin took a chance and launched her own online courses. She is now the owner and CEO of a 6-figure business!

We discuss why you should create your own Facebook Group, the importance of trusting your intuition and taking chances, and how to maximize your profits while working five hours a day.

This is a hugely valuable episode if you want to make a living selling courses! 

 

Topics Discussed in this Episode:

  • Introducing Caitlin Bacher (1:30)
  • Committing to an idea and trusting your intuition (7:30)
  • Tuning into how you work best (10:40)
  • How Caitlin transitioned from consulting to selling courses (12:00)
  • Income streams creating a new course versus selling a current one (20:00)
  • “I can’t start a Facebook Group because…”: Working past excuses (25:50)
  • Why start a FB Group? (28:00)
  • Testing out Groups without committing fully 30 day marketing schemes (33:00)
  • Balancing paid courses with free FB Groups (35:00)
  • Juggling multiple communities on different platforms (42:00)
  • Why you shouldn’t rely on Facebook alone (44:15)
  • Caitlin’s tips for starting from scratch  (46:25)
  • Pushing past fear (49:20)
  • How to think like a CEO (55:45)
  • Caitlin’s predictions for the future (01:01)

 

Quotes Worth Sharing:

  • “What’s the worst that could happen? So it doesn’t work out -- who cares? You have to try”- Caitlin
  • “You don’t need to know how step ten is going to work out. Just start at step one”- Mariah
  • “Creating better content all comes from listening.”- Caitlin
  • “Stop telling me why you can’t and learn how you can”- Caitlin

 

Resources Discussed in this Episode:

 

Don’t Forget!

  • If you liked this episode, please subscribe to the Femtrepreneur Show on iTunes, and leave a rating and a review. It might seem small, but reviews make a big impact and help us get more amazing guests for you and keepbringing you the best strategies and tools for free each week!
  • Join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag, #thefemshow
  • More of a visual person? Want to see what we look like? Every episode of The Fem Show can be found on our YouTube channel! Click here to view those now!
  • Have a question you want answered on The Femtrepreneur Show? Submit your questions for us here!

 

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Aug 19, 2016
 
Welcome to The Femtrepreneur Show, the podcast that teaches you everything you need to know about creating, launching, and selling your own online courses.
 
On today’s episode we discuss how to find the right students for your courses by finding and infiltrating social media groups, and how to then capture the attention of your potential community.   
 

Topics Discussed in this Episode: 

  • Starting from scratch: Infiltrate and capture (0:00) 
  • Using forums and Facebook Groups to find community (04:50) 
  • Marketing on Reddit (11:35) 
  • Tapping into someone else’s audience: Vertical Market Partners (16:30) 
  • Why finding an audience is step one to course creation (20:30) 

 

Quotes Worth Sharing: 

  • “Your audience already exists. It’s your job to go find them and bring them onto your email list” - Mariah
  • “Infiltrate and capture” - Mariah
  • “By providing value and expertise, people will put you at the expert level without you having to do it yourself”- Megan 
 

Resources Discussed in this Episode: 

 

Don’t Forget!

  • If you liked this episode, please subscribe to the Femtrepreneur Show on iTunes, and leave a rating and a review. It might seem small, but reviews make a big impact and help us get more amazing guests for you and keepbringing you the best strategies and tools for free each week!
  • Join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag, #thefemshow
  • More of a visual person? Want to see what we look like? Every episode of The Fem Show can be found on our YouTube channel! Click here to view those now!
  • Have a question you want answered on The Femtrepreneur Show? Submit your questions for us here!

 

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Aug 18, 2016

Welcome to The Femtrepreneur Show, the podcast that teaches you everything you need to know about creating, launching, and selling your own online courses. Join us as we discuss our no-bullshit strategies for finding your niche, creating your course, building your list, and more! We’ll bring you real case studies from real launches, interviews with online course owners, and all the answers to your tech and technique questions.

Meet your hosts, Mariah and Megan! In this episode we discuss our backgrounds in online businesses, how we collaborate on Femtrepreneur, and what you can expect from our podcast.

 

Topics Discussed in this Episode:

  • What’s Femtrepreneur about? (0:00)
  • How Mariah transformed a $97 email course into a 7-figure business (1:30)
  • Megan’s 15-year passion for systems and technology (6:30)
  • What to expect from Femtrepreneur (9:20)

 

Quotes Worth Sharing: 

  • “I gave myself an all-or-nothing goal to make it work within the next 30 days”- Mariah
  • “I help people turn their weird passions into leverage digital products”- Mariah
  • “Being in a supportive role is totally my zone”- Megan

 

Resources Discussed in this Episode:

Please visit thefemshow.com to learn more about our show!

 

Don’t Forget!

  • If you liked this episode, please subscribe to the Femtrepreneur Show on iTunes, and leave a rating and a review. It might seem small, but reviews make a big impact and help us get more amazing guests for you and keepbringing you the best strategies and tools for free each week!
  • Join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag, #thefemshow
  • More of a visual person? Want to see what we look like? Every episode of The Fem Show can be found on our YouTube channel! Click here to view those now!
  • Have a question you want answered on The Femtrepreneur Show? Submit your questions for us here!

 

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