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For most aspiring online entrepreneurs, “making it” means achieving success in your business. But what exactly is business success anyway? And how do outwardly successful online entrepreneurs define "making it"? Here at Mirasee FM, we wanted to find out, so we asked a group of diverse online business owners what success means to them. Their answers and insights surprised, moved, and inspired us. In this podcast, accomplished online entrepreneurs discuss what making it means to them, provide ...
 
Want to create a hugely successful online course, one that has a major impact on the lives of your students? If you want to learn how to create online courses from the best, you turn to Mirasee; and if you want to host that course, you can’t go wrong using the powerful platform, Ruzuku. Ruzuku co-founder Abe Crystal and Mirasee founder and CEO Danny Iny know what it takes to stand out and be successful in the online courses industry. And now they’re teaming up to share this intel with you in ...
 
Story Coach Lisa Bloom is the go-to expert on business story-telling. For decades she’s helped entrepreneurs master this important but overlooked skill. In Once Upon a Business, she’s turning her attention from the craft of storytelling to the stories themselves — the densely evocative folk and fairy tales that we all are exposed to regardless of our culture. In each episode of Once Upon a Business, Lisa reads a fairy or folk tale and then extracts rich business lessons that are applicable f ...
 
Where do coaches turn when they face a difficult situation with a client? Quite often, when coaching challenges arise, they reach out to a coach more senior than themselves. That’s the aim of Just Between Coaches — to be that trusted source of guidance for the coaching community. Hosted by Melinda Cohan, coach and creator of The Coaches Console business management system, Just Between Coaches will answer the tough questions that coaches face every day. For example, what can I do if my client ...
 
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Welcome to Making It! This weekly show explores the lives and stories of entrepreneurs as they share their unique perspectives on their success and the path to making it. For Dov, founder and CEO of Profitable Relationships, the what is the essential element to entrepreneurial success. Too often, people get bogged down in the how and limit themselv…
 
Mel Stanley, founder of FirstWoman.rocks, knew that she had to pivot really quickly when her revenue streams dried up due to the pandemic. When she stopped panicking, she successfully created her virtual coaching practice. Mel is the creator of the course, Brand for Success, which is designed to create meaningful transformation for her clients, who…
 
Story Coach Lisa Bloom is the go-to expert on business story-telling. For decades she’s helped entrepreneurs master this important but overlooked skill. In Once Upon a Business, she’s turning her attention from the craft of storytelling to the stories themselves — the densely evocative folk and fairy tales that we’re all exposed to. In each episode…
 
Story Coach Lisa Bloom is the go-to expert on business story-telling. For decades she’s helped entrepreneurs master this important but overlooked skill. In Once Upon a Business, she’s turning her attention from the craft of storytelling to the stories themselves — the densely evocative folk and fairy tales that we’re all exposed to. In each episode…
 
Welcome to Making It! This weekly show explores the lives and stories of entrepreneurs as they share their unique perspectives on their success and the path to making it. The experience of losing a very big client opened a new world for Talia Wolf, founder of GetUpLift. That loss led her to finally understanding the missing piece—the psychology beh…
 
With four simple steps, you can enhance your coaching and your client’s performance, says Dr. Eugene Choi, the founder of Destiny Hacks. Science shows that at any given moment, your brain is either in an executive state or a survival state. If it’s in the latter, you’re literally not able to think, much less powerfully support your clients. How can…
 
Welcome to Making It! This weekly show explores the lives and stories of entrepreneurs as they share their unique perspectives on their success and the path to making it. There are many opportunities for “making it” and Mindy Gibbins-Klein, the founder of The Book Midwife®, grabs them with both hands. But it isn’t just about the money, it’s about m…
 
Sharon Richmond, founder of Leading Large and creator of the course Candid Conversation, isn’t locked into a specific mental model of what a course should be, how to start designing it, or how to implement a course. She has an interesting approach that all course creators should start with – identify the hard and meaningful problem first. As an exe…
 
Welcome to Making It! This weekly show explores the lives and stories of entrepreneurs as they share their unique perspectives on their success and the path to making it. In When Shawn's biggest competitor copied 200 of his products and offered them for one dollar less, Shawn could have quit business entirely. Instead, he concluded that his busines…
 
Episode summary: A common perception is that perfectionism is the same as striving to be your best. Joy Torchia, the founder of Torchlight Life Design Coaching & Consulting, thinks it’s a trait to become aware of and overcome. But is there any situation in which perfectionism can serve you? Can perfectionism be a friend? Or is it always a fear-base…
 
Welcome to Making It. This weekly show explores the lives and stories of entrepreneurs as they share their unique perspectives on their success and the path to making it. Episode summary: Long before Josh Turner, founder of Connect365, started his own business, he was helping out in his dad’s company. He saw first-hand what it means to run a busine…
 
When Trevor Page, founder of Crafty Codr Inc. and course creator at Coders Campus, discovered he had a knack for teaching, he decided to venture into entrepreneurship, leaving his coding job. He founded his company and launched the website, Coders Campus, where he offers the free 4-week course, The Java Beginner’s Course, as a prerequisite for his …
 
Welcome to Making It. This weekly show explores the lives and stories of entrepreneurs as they share their unique perspectives on their success and the path to making it. Episode summary: A feeling of constant restlessness has always been a driving force for Sophie Lizard, the co-founder of Be a Freelance Blogger.com. Unless she found the work mean…
 
In the coaching world, there's a bit of dogma around non-directive coaching according to Danny Iny, CEO of Mirasee. Also, the way he sees it, there are many similarities between a great coach and a great consultant, but huge differences between poor ones. In this illuminating episode, Danny Iny, CEO of Mirasee, and Melinda discuss the dogma around …
 
To Abe Crystal, CEO of the online course platform Ruzuku, books are written to be read. Trying to simply translate a book directly into a video course may wind up creating something that’s too long, too digressive. So what should you do instead? You need a fresh approach to how to fit courses into your business. Abe writes in-depth about how to imp…
 
Welcome to Making It! This weekly show explores the lives and stories of entrepreneurs as they share their unique perspectives on their success and the path to making it. Episode summary: When computers were young, in the eighties and nineties, Abe Crystal, co-founder of Ruzuku, loved digging into things and trying to understand how they worked at …
 
Episode summary: All the Necessary Elements for Transformation (Melinda Cohan) Most coaches don't like running a business, so Melinda Cohan, co-founder of Coaches Console, created a technology platform to help coaches do so, combining it with unparalleled coaching and training, so new and new-ish coaches can leverage their time and effort easily. I…
 
Welcome to Making It. This weekly show explores the lives and stories of entrepreneurs as they share their unique perspectives on their success and the path to making it. Episode summary: Matthew Kimberley is the CEO of Book Yourself Solid® Worldwide, and according to him, “making it” means you get to decide where you spend your time, your money, y…
 
Episode summary: As a new coach, it can be difficult to keep the focus, but there are tools and techniques that will help you listen deeply and well. In this episode, Melinda Cohan talks to Ellie Ballentine, founder of The Mindset Mentor. Ellie is a transformational coach in personal growth and leadership, and her superpower is listening. In this e…
 
Express Your Contribution Through Your Business (Ron Kaufman) Welcome to Making It! This weekly show explores the lives and stories of entrepreneurs as they share their unique perspectives on their success and the path to making it. Episode summary: Ron Kaufman, the co-founder of Uplifting Service, has made it his mission to help leaders and organi…
 
Episode: Make Reinvention a Habit to Max Out Your Potential (Dorie Clark) Welcome to Making It! This weekly show explores the lives and stories of entrepreneurs as they share their unique perspectives on their success and the path to making it. Episode summary: For Dorie Clark, the most alarming fear is getting to the end of your life and you say, …
 
Episode summary: Firing a client certainly isn’t easy, and many coaches hope they’ll never end up in this situation. But in some cases, letting go of a client is necessary and for the best --- for both of you. Newer coaches and even some established ones really dread this conversation, but it doesn’t have to be as scary as you might think. In this …
 
Episode summary: How Students’ Lived Experiences Lead to Innovative Course Design (Sara Eisenberg): The feeling of a broken world and Sara Eisenberg’s own experience as an activist were drivers in the creation of her four-week online course, Radical Inclusion Immersion, which helps attendees deconstruct their biases. The course teaches simple pract…
 
Episode summary: Laura Sprinkle always wanted the freedom of entrepreneurship. Sitting in a cubicle from 9-to-5 never felt right to her. When a client asked her to become their affiliate manager, she found her jam. The two core values in Laura’s business, Rock Your Affiliate Program®, are partnerships and fun. She loves all things affiliates, all t…
 
Welcome to Making It! This weekly show explores the lives and stories of entrepreneurs as they share their unique perspectives on their success and the path to making it. Episode summary: Virginia Muzquiz, The Referral Diva® made mistakes repeatedly before she found her business acumen. She is the founder of Master Connector Inc., where she teaches…
 
Episode summary: A great coach has to possess deep compassion and understanding for their clients, in addition to the core coaching skills. A lot of newer coaches want to coach anybody, out of fear of missing out on clients and failing to build a coaching business. But that can actually prevent them from becoming great coaches. Learn why being a sk…
 
Conventional wisdom might say that Jackie’s experiential course material must be taught at an in-person retreat, but Jackie has developed a method that enables her to bring that material to a group online. This method forms the basis of her six-week online course “Purpose, Values & Vision,” in which Jackie helps clients to channel the passion, ener…
 
Welcome to Making It! This weekly show explores the lives and stories of entrepreneurs as they share their unique perspectives on their success and the path to making it. Episode summary: Darnyelle Jervey Harmon is a woman of strong unshakable faith. But also an award-winning CEO and business strategist at Incredible One Enterprises LLC, where she …
 
Welcome to Making It! This weekly show explores the lives and stories of entrepreneurs as they share their unique perspectives on their success and the path to making it. •Episode summary: The world-renowned business coach Melinda Cohan has a natural gift for organization. She’s a master of building workflows, processes, and procedures, and loves e…
 
• Episode summary: Why would you want to invest in coaching if you’re already a coach? One compelling reason has to do with the power of integrity—you can’t exactly ask your clients to do something that you haven't done or are not willing to do yourself. If you’re a coach who’s never invested in coaching, “you’re not walking your talk,” as Melinda …
 
Episode summary: How do you create an engaging course that students will actually finish? If that’s a question you constantly ask yourself, we’d like you to meet Gayle Van Gils. After spending 25 plus years teaching meditation to individuals and teams, and delving into the neuroscience behind habit change, Gail decided to take her expertise online …
 
Welcome to Making It! This weekly show explores the lives and stories of entrepreneurs as they share their unique perspectives on their success and the path to making it. Episode summary: The world-renowned business consultant Michael Zipursky is our podcast guest for this episode. He’s a successful entrepreneur who runs a business called Consultin…
 
Episode summary: Linda Claire Puig is an avid traveler and entrepreneur who started a business that allowed her to travel internationally and make money at the same time. Linda’s bucket list has been full of exciting locations and countries since she was a little girl. Her desire to travel was so strong that at the age of sixteen, she quit her job …
 
• Episode summary: Bootcamps, introductory webinars, books, and joint ventures are some of the best methods of attracting clients who are immediately interested in what a coach has to offer. But why are these sometimes known as feeder courses? How much should you charge for a feeder course? Or should you just give them away as freebies? Today’s coa…
 
Episode summary: How do you create an exciting and dynamic online course that provides a laser-focused and streamlined online learning experience for your students? Rebecca Cuevas is the expert who will help you set up your course so that students can actually learn from it. And even better, she’ll show you a method for designing your course that's…
 
• Episode summary: It can be extremely challenging and difficult if you, as a coach, suspect that your coaching client is lying. But it turns out, there are nuances to lying; not all lies are detrimental and they can even sometimes serve as self-protection. Wait, what? Isn’t a lie a lie? The answer, it turns out, isn’t so simple. Today’s conversati…
 
• Episode summary: Some habits are serving and some habits are not serving. Or as we usually say -- they are good or bad habits. Typically, a habit is the thing that either helps us to reach a goal or prevents us from reaching that goal. You can call them "invisible creatures," because sometimes you don't even know they're there. You just can’t fig…
 
Episode summary: Believe it or not, many highly skilled musicians suffer from performance anxiety. Or they can play well in practice but fall short of their potential when they play for others. This was the problem that Mark Morley-Fletcher set out to solve for himself and, in the process, developed a hugely popular, successful, and innovative cour…
 
Episode summary: Is it really possible to create a hugely successful course in a highly saturated niche? Turns out, it IS possible, and Jill Cruz is living proof of it. As a weight loss coach and Board-Certified Nutrition Specialist, Jill is in one of the most saturated niches around, and yet she’s managed to create an extremely popular high-ticket…
 
Episode summary: Danny Iny is a serial entrepreneur who runs a business called Mirasee, which serves visionary businesses and entrepreneurs who have something of value to share with their audience. He’s also the executive producer of all Mirasee FM Original podcasts. “Making it is not a permanent state,” says Danny. Instead, on your path to making …
 
Episode summary: Once a professional actor, Michael Port now runs a business called Heroic Public Speaking, which provides intensive public speaking training programs to help entrepreneurs and business leaders take their careers to the next level. He’s also a highly in-demand public speaker and New York Times bestselling author who’s been called an…
 
Episode summary: As your coaching business experience and expertise grows, there inevitably comes a time when you decide to raise your rates to better reflect the value of your services. But when you increase your prices, you’re likely to be confronted with strong reactions from your clients. And there’s a good chance this will happen more than onc…
 
Episode summary: Dr. G is the go-to media expert on creating resilience in your community, your team, even your own family. And she’s bringing her expertise to Course Lab. Dr. G’s online course, “Change the Behavior in You” teaches the path of change, without dictating the particular behavior you must work on. That way, you learn the structure and …
 
Lisa Bloom is a storyteller and author who’s passionate about the art and business of storytelling. She runs a business called The Story Coach and helps entrepreneurs to de-stress their marketing and find their unique success stories. After traveling the world and working a variety of jobs, she settled down in Israel, where she lives with her husba…
 
I should do this. I should do that. Are you hearing a whole lot of “I should” from your coaching clients, but they’re not making progress on their desires and dreams? Have your clients been should-ing themselves to death? Have you? How do you motivate your coaching clients to take action and follow through? And what's the harm in engaging in a litt…
 
Episode summary: Dave Lakhani grew up in a cult from age 6 to 16. At that point, he began his odyssey to understand why his mother chose to raise her children in that situation. This question has led to many breakthroughs in how people make decisions, how they're persuaded, why they do the things they do -- all of which has been applicable to not o…
 
Getting the Most Out of Your DNA Results (Diahan Southard) Episode summary: How do you create an online course about DNA and genealogy and make it interesting and understandable to people? First, you become an expert in the field and start your own DNA education company. You work with DNA tests that people have taken and use the results to help the…
 
Episode summary: This week, we sit down with Molly Mahoney, a long-time actress who runs a business called The Prepared Performer. In her business, Molly helps experts and entrepreneurs to grow and monetize their visibility using live video, organic traffic, social media, and automation that drives more human connections. For Molly, making it isn’t…
 
Episode summary: All coaches recognize that they should be helping their clients become more competent and self-reliant. If the coaching relationship isn’t doing that, it’s very likely that the client will become overly dependent. Coaches can, subconsciously, have an economic incentive to ignore the problem of client dependency, creating a potentia…
 
Episode summary: These days, video game writers are taking something old - storytelling - and marrying it to something new - technology. In this way, writers are redefining what it means to tell a story in the 21st century, just as screenwriters did in the 20th century. Now more than ever, great games deserve great stories. In this episode, hosts D…
 
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