Power Of The Pop Up!


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  Power Of The Pop Up- Retail and Travel.

 As the landscape of retail continues to evolve a lot of retail shop owners are embracing the power of the Pop Up Shop, for which I am a huge advocate! Pop ups offer several advantages including but not limited to:

  • Short term leasing!

  • Connecting with people in person without a long term commitment.

  • Lower upfront costs and investments.

  • Opportunity to network and collaborate with other business owners.

  • Opportunity to introduce your products to a new audience.

  • Time to observe and test foot traffic in a certain location.

  • Freedom and Travel!

 Pop up shops are a great alternative for a lot of online sellers, who still need to get out from behind their desk from time to time. This got me thinking about a conversation I have pretty regularly with plenty of client's about how they want to travel but don’t know how to juggle it with the demands of their business.

Online sellers should know that they have a major advantage that brick and mortar shops simply don’t- the freedom to move, and not be tied to an unforgiving schedule. What’s more is that if you’re willing to cart some inventory in your luggage and plan vendor registristration in advance, you could set up a pop up shop literally anywhere you want to go! And if that doesn’t sound like a good time, you can work from your laptop or phone anywhere there’s a wifi connection.

 But that’s where my travel advice begins and ends, which is why I enlisted the help of my travel expert, Lilian! She is a travel agent, a mom, and someone who frequently works on the go. She knows how to grow and sustain her business while traveling and I just knew her advice would be the best for any shop owners who are looking to travel and still continue to work. As it turns out you can absolutely do both, and Lilian broke down her Top 11 Tips for Traveling and Working!

 Working from home is the best decision I’ve ever made. There are so many positives. The one I most love, though, is that I can travel anytime I want. As long I have Internet connection and a computer, I can work!

Traveling nowadays is more affordable than ever. Here are 11 ways that you can save and plan your travel without breaking the bank:

Travel during low season.

In the Caribbean and Mexico, low season is the end of September, October and early November. Summer and winter are usually the most expensive traveling times to the Caribbean. You can find very low prices, though, if you travel in the Fall. But to Mexico there always good deals even during winter.

January-April travel to the Caribbean and some parts of Mexico are high due to the “snow-birds” escaping the winter and all the resorts in sunny destinations are much more expensive...including (or especially) Florida.


Avoid Summer and Holidays - families travel when schools are not in session.

Europe’s low season is winter and Fall— if you are not skiing of course. March, April and October are great months to visit Europe, it’s still a little cool, and there are less tourists. Avoid May to early September, the peak season in Europe.

Greece has been a very popular destination lately, but you can still spend a week there for less than 3k including flights from the east coast of US, during low season!

USA territories in the Caribbean - You can fly to the beautiful islands of St Thomas or St John in the Virgin Islands for about $200. You don’t even need a passport if you’re an American Citizen, because these island are part of the US. The same goes for Puerto Rico. Did you know that a lot of people - who work from home - are moving to Puerto Rico? Apparently there are some huge tax savings, so they say.

All-Inclusive Resorts


 All-inclusive resorts are a great way to save money because all your meals, drinks and entertainment are included in the price. Some even include transfers to and from the airport! Most All-inclusives are in the Caribbean/Mexico.

Travel Agents

 Reaching out to a travel agent is another way to save money. I’m not one of those “Old-fashioned” travel agents, I plan some awesome Honeymoons and vacations around the globe. And yes lots of people use our services! Because we travel a lot and are very familiar with the destinations , we play a roll of match-maker, matching you to a perfect destination/ hotel etc.

 We agents work with wholesalers that offer our clients better prices on resorts and international flights. I can put a package together for you in which you just need to first put a small deposit down ($200) and then the final balance is due 45 days prior your departure (90 days if it’s a cruise) this way you’ll have months to save for your trip. We can also help you decide when or where to go to best utilize your time and money depending on your budget.  

Tips for shopping for your own flights

 Avoid shopping for flights Friday-Monday. That’s when I’ve noticed the airlines prices go up, because most people shop on weekends. The prices go down to normal again by Tuesday, usually.

 If you’ve been shopping for flights on the same device for a few days, before you buy it, try doing a new search for the same flight under a New Private Window (to open a private window click on File then New Private Window in Safari) or in Incognito Mode in Chrome. Based on my experience, if I keep shopping for the same flights for a few days on my home computer I usually get the same price, but if I start the same search under a New Private Window, I usually get an updated lower price. Don’t ask me why, but I’ve noticed the difference in price- for the better.
   Also try shopping for 1 seat at a time, rather than 2 or more. Sometimes the airline still has 1 seat left for lowest price but if you try searching for 2 seats together you’ll get the higher price for both. But if you book them separately, you might get the one seat at the lowest price. It has happened to me!

 If it’s international check with me before booking to see if I have a contract with that flight, if I do, I’ll be able to offer a lower price.

Travel fund/Budget

 Start a Travel fund! You can do this either by opening a savings bank account exclusively for travel, or just find a box/piggy bank at home and start saving money every month or every paycheck. Try to put away what you can, $10 some weeks $50+ others... it adds up! Many couples do this while planning for their wedding/honeymoon. But, always put something away even if it’s only $5. Keep in mind, you’re not using this money to buy new shoes, it’s for travel only! With discipline, it works really well.

 Get a budget app and start cutting costs you don’t need. Things like coffee at Starbucks, dinner out, happy hour, mani & pedis, new shoes, cable tv, new outfit, another new outfit, and another, and- well, you get the idea.

Getting married?

Some resorts offer different ways for guests attending your wedding to contribute to your honeymoon instead giving you plates or pots or pans.

Budget airlines

You can watch prices drop on certain airlines to specific destinations. In certain times of the year, you can fly to Paris or Iceland for $400 round trip! There are some low price airlines, like Spirit, Wow Air or Bee Airlines. Bee is a French airline and flies from the West Coast of the US. Wow Air is from Iceland and flies from the east coast to Europe. No one can beat their prices, and they fly to many awesome destinations. (Be careful with Iceland, everybody wants to go there now and while you can get a very inexpensive flight ...everything else is very expensive, food, car rental, tours and hotels.) Be aware: These airlines prices don’t include seats, luggage or meals- everything is purchased separately, but usually, it’s still the best deal.


Cruises can be SUPER AFFORDABLE. If you book in advance, you can find prices as low as $250 per person, going to the Caribbean or Mexico in a cabin without a window. And the great thing about it is that includes all your meals and entertainment. The only problem with cruises is that they’re not very wifi friendly. If you need internet to work, it can get expensive (internet on cruise ships are extra and can be weak at times.

Consider a group tour

There are lots of tour companies out there that are specially focused on millennials or other specific ages. You travel together with the same age group through Europe, visiting many countries in a very affordable way.

Credit Card Rewards

If you use credit cards to make purchases for your business it’s a good idea to get one that gives you money back or miles that you can use to book free flights on any airline.   Or applying for a credit card by an specific airline that you are thinking about using in the future. We fly to New York quite often so it was worth it to me to get the Jetblue cc, or another example... I was on this American Airlines flight and they had this fantastic offer, they were giving away 4k miles if you applied for it and spend certain amount within 3 months. I knew I wanted to go to Barcelona with my son and AA had the best price to Barcelona so I applied and I got 1 free ticket with the miles. Just make sure you research all your the options out there and pick the one works best for you. And also make sure to pay the cc bill every month, otherwise it doesn’t make sense.

Create a vision board

 If you are a visual person, create a vision board of the destinations you want to visit and put somewhere you can see everyday. This will get you excited about saving for it.  Write everything down, have a plan, list all the countries/cities you want to visit then shop for them once a week or once a month, write your findings down to compare. Make your goals tangible by writing them down.

Having a plan is the way to go! Plan ahead!

A special bonus to Amanda’s readers:
If you’re too busy growing your business and don’t have time to plan an awesome trip, contact me and I’ll be happy to help you plan. Just mention this post and I’ll waive my vacation planning fee. 😊

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Happy New Year! And Happy Travels!


How Does Your Shop STAND OUT Online?

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I was recently scrolling through Instagram and something caught my eye, and I started backtracking thinking there had been a glitch. I had just seen the same photo twice in a matter of swipes. As it turned out, it was not a glitch at all. It was two images from two different clothing boutiques that looked nearly identical. At first I just thought “What are the odds”, but as I got thinking about it, and how common those two images were to other content I see daily, I realized the odds were actually very high that there were near identical images from shop owners splattered all across social media.

Now, I don’t want to embarrass anyone or call people out without their permission, so I won’t be posting images as example. I’ll leave that to your imagination, because the majority of us have seen them numerous times, but they usually follow the criteria of:

  • outside

  • single female modeling

  • heavily filtered or edited

  • posing on a street, sidewalk, in a yard, in a driveway

And there wouldn’t be anything wrong with this if four million other people weren’t also doing the exact same thing, but this is absolutely why you need to stop doing it right now. I figured my knowledge on the matter might not be the only one worth consulting so I asked two respected photographers, who have experience working with business owners to talk all about product photography for marketing. Jenn of Jenn Marie Photography , Julia of Julia Rabkin Photography , and I- retail expert at large…all gave our opinions on why you need to do something different and how exactly to start right away!!

Q: What is your opinion when you see all of these shops on social media posting images that look so similar?

Jenn: For me, I tend to zone out when I'm scrolling and I see something like that over and over again. It's when I see someone showing me something interesting, shocking, or even weird that I actually stop to take a second look or "slow my scroll" as they say. Even then, in order to RETAIN the interest, it has to be aligned with their brand and what they're trying to tell me with it. [ This one kind of image] is something that has been pushed on people so much [and so frequently] that they are immune to it, and it really doesn't speak the truth to what you're trying to do nor [ does it ] draw people in. 

Julia: I think it’s boring, unless the product is really unique and stands out right away. I will scroll past without thinking too much of the content.

My thoughts: This works for influencers because they got on the bandwagon BEFORE everyone was doing it, they’ve become elite at modeling, taking high quality images with professional cameras, they go looking for unique backgrounds, and MOST IMPORTANTLY they aren’t SELLING only product. They’re selling themselves and their life style. When you throw a shop into the mix that doesn’t have the built in influence and is just “trying to be like” someone (or in this case A LOT OF SOMEONES) who have already done it, and done it better, you’re essentially wasting a lot of your time. What’s pushing a consumer to purchase at one shop over the other when you can barely tell them apart? In this case, blending in is not doing you any favors, and trying to look like an influencer is going to have a lot of people passing you by instead of looking at your products.

Q: How do you think product photography can improve this?

Jenn: This is SO HUGE! Product photography does a few things for your imagery. 
1. A good product photographer will do extensive research into your brand, it's philosophy, and really get the to heart of your business. 
2. Having true product photography allows a second set of eyes and influence into your imagery. A new perspective can really amp up your game. Sometimes we get stuck in these rotations and keep doing things the same way, and adding another person into the equation with a new artistic approach will help get attention. 
3. Consistency is KEY! There is nothing more obviously unprofessional than inconsistent imagery. It looks cheap, it doesn't allow people to buy into you brand, and it doesn't tell a story. There's nothing that makes me crazier than a shopfront IG feed with a million cell phone images that don't blend together or carry me along and SCREAM to me what I can get at that store.

Julia: I think product photography can be a huge asset to sell the items and highlight their positive and unique features and downplays any negative features and also makes a true representation of color, scale, etc .

My thoughts: Product photography usually includes creative direction and a theme. It improves consistency and quality control in your images. You can shoot a WHOLE COLLECTION together which helps you sell outfits and makes great marketing campaigns for weeks of social media content. It ensures that you’re showcasing your product in the best possible way. This is about the products, it’s not about the model, or you, or the store, so getting as many quality images is important. If you’re selling online exclusively these are the images that are selling your product. Your customer can’t walk in and feel the fabric, inspect it with their eyes. They can’t hold the details up for a closer look. Your images have to do all of that for them, so they can make a good decision on purchasing. Wouldn’t you like to take the guess work out of it, so you can move the product easily?

Q: How important is it to shoot a collection together?

Jenn: If I am a shopper, and you are there to tell me WHAT to buy, showing things together will naturally draw shoppers to those specific collections as a whole. When they see it together, they need it together, therefore increasing your sales based on the imagery. 

My thoughts: In a time before the internet, catalogs were how stores got their product seen, and fashion houses STILL release a lookbook for each new season of product. Specialty retailers still shoot marketing campaigns and set their floors by the trend, theme of each collection (and season) as it rolls in for consumption. Are there different rules for small privately owned boutiques and retailers? Well, there are no rules because owners can do what they want, but that system has worked for decades and decades. As Jenn said a collection shot together ( with multiple models, styled with props and a location) just help your brand, they uphold consistency and they sell product together!! Yes, it’s more expensive but the ROI is also incredible. If it wasn’t- corporations wouldn’t still do it.

Q: What can a styled shoot do for products?

Jenn: EVERYTHING! This is the biggest service that I provide my clients. A styled shoot allows you to see your products in a real-life way. Every potential shopper can see your products ACTUALLY BEING USED! How many lipstick commercials do you see with a tube of lipstick sitting on a shelf? NONE! It's on a model, she's going to the club, making out with her boyfriend, and then looking back at you and showing you it's still there. People don't want to see a purse. They want to see themselves USING the purse. At a party. Going to work. Riding the train. This is what styled shoots do. They put your product into the ideal world of your shoppers.

Julia: Styled shoots are great because they create polished branding and a cohesive and high end look that represents the brand .

My thoughts: I think there’s a misconception that styled shoots have to be fancy or high end. They can be as casual as you want them to be. It can be as editorial as you want it to be. It’s supposed to add quality, not make your product or brand into something it isn’t. At the end of the day it’s about selling the product, and standing out from all the other shops that are trying to sell similar products. It’s going to come down to how you framed the product, and how you sold the experience people will have in that product.

Q: What do you suggest shops do if they want to take images with their phone or their own camera?

Jenn: Instastory! [ put them in instastory so the lower quality doesn’t disrupt your brand consistency]

Julia: Clean backdrops, nothing too busy. You can get a backdrop and autopole for fairly cheap.

My thoughts: I would be really mindful of what’s predictable, and go in an entirely different direction. Your neighborhood doesn’t make the best professional background. A lot of busy things going in the background can take away from the product. Don’t forget to shoot the product from multiple depths and from multiple angles.

Q: Why do you think we find a lack of creativity in images like this?

Jenn: Because we're all programmed to think people like something, only because it worked for one person. We settle into someone else's success comfort zone, follow all their rules and their path, only to find out that we aren't them (SHOCKER!). We have to forge our own path. 

My thoughts: Honestly, there’s not a lot of direction out there for shop owners telling them not to do this, and without that guidance they see what other shops are doing and they copy. Honestly, it’s a combination of not knowing any better, and cutting corners . I know shop owners might feel offended by that because they work really hard, and taking images (even if it’s from your phone) can be time consuming and a whole lot of work!!! Hiring a photographer and setting up a shoot is even more work AND an extra expense, so they try to do it themselves. Playing it safe comes at a cost. You must challenge yourself to do things different than what everyone else is doing! If you have the results to back up that your images are helping you to sell product that’s one thing, but if they aren’t, and you’re also struggling to get noticed and get followers on social media then you have to know that the content is blending in and it’s time to try something new.

Merchandising Your Store for Maximum Sales

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With Holiday shopping well underway I know you’re probably filling and replenishing your store inventory more often than normal. This can be a stressful time trying to keep up with demand, keep the shop clean AND merchandised in a way that maximizes sales. So I’m going to give you my top tips for merchandising your inventory that will help your store look incredible, and help your customers leave happily with a quality purchase.

Merchandising, from my experience is largely misunderstood. Merchandising is especially misunderstood by small business owners who don’t have a background in retail or fashion prior to opening a shop. The general understanding shop owners have is the need to stylize your products for marketing purposes, but that isn’t merchandising’s ONLY responsibility. If you’re surprised, don’t worry. It’s not your fault. The moment you Google or look up merchandising displays on Pinterest, the results show the coolest most creative window and store displays. They’re artistic, thought provoking, and attention getting which is absolutely what you want your displays to do, BUT there’s more to merchandising than looking cool. So one of the first tips I have is to

Understand ALL the things merchandising can do.

One of the biggest objectives to merchandising well is making your store look full and impactful- well stocked with several options, neatly organized for easy browsing.  This eliminates gaps on the sales floor where the customers attention could be pulled away from the products.

That means filling holes on your tables, shelves, and racks where product has sold out or sold down. Keeping everything full keeps people shopping. This means that merchandising, especially during the holidays, becomes a constant task. Displays that are usually “set it and forget it” are being updated daily based on sell through, and it can become a problem that snowballs if you don’t have enough inventory or a good understanding of how or why you should keep things replenished. It only takes a matter of hours for your store to go from looking styled, clean and cohesive to an absolute mess that doesn’t make any sense at all.

Merchandising also requires identifying when and where products sell well and where things aren’t performing as well as you’d like, then moving those items around to see if they’ll sell better somewhere else in the store. Maybe an area that gets better traffic, or can catch the eye differently. Maybe it would be a great complimentary item to something that sells well, or the perfect add on at the register. Survey your inventory as you clean and sell so that you can make adjustments as the day goes on.

The last responsibility that’s often overlooked with merchandising is knowing your customer, what they like, and where they like to shop from. Do they often shop the table before the rack as retail statistics often show? Do they pay better attention to the mannequins in the window or next to the fitting room? Weight your decision to place certain products in certain areas based on what actually moves the products out the door versus just catching attention because selling the item is obviously the end goal.

Maintaining inventory levels.

Now, as I mentioned all of this is hard to do if you don’t have the inventory to pack things out and make the sales floor look as full as you’d like! It can also mean missed sales opportunities if you don’t keep tabs on which sizes or colors are available on the floor. It’s easy to overlook pulling surplus stock from the back for sizes or colors that have sold through or sold down. That can be solved in a number of ways;

  • Make sure your back stock inventory is minimized through the holiday rush. You can represent several size, style or color runs in various places throughout the store. You might not start out with enough room for it all, but as things loosen up, pull out the remaining inventory to your sales floor. You can’t sell it if it’s sitting in your back room.

  • Keep track of what you’re selling, so you can replenish accordingly. This is also a great way to be aware of what is selling well and what isn’t, so you can make floor adjustments accordingly.

  • Order more product if you don’t have enough to stock the store well. I know that is easier said than done with buying seasons, trend forecasting, and projected sales, but there are always vendors and designers out there looking to work with stores who need more inventory. You might have to reach out to local makers or wholesalers that you haven’t worked with before. As long as you do your research on them, there’s no need to worry.

  • Eliminate some racks and tables to cluster more product together. Rearrange racks and wall displays to fill empty space without the need for more product. This should only happen if you do not have any remaining inventory to restock your sales floor. There are merchandising tricks that will give the appearance of fullness when product is selling out.

  • The best solution, however, is to be proactive and have the product. It’s much easier to keep a floor beautifully merchandised for maximum sales when you have lots of options to play with.

Placing product by price and shopping habits.

  I already mentioned paying close attention to the shopping habits of your customers, but there’s a few more variables that can maximize sales and that’s why it’s important to always know what areas in your store sell the best.

   First, it’s definitely advantageous to put items at a higher price point in the areas of your store that sell the best. There are statistics that support table displays sell the best. It doesn’t matter if you sell apparel or soap or crafts. Tables can sell it all. With that knowledge in hand corporate retailers have been making table displays a focal priority for years.

   But it’s not enough to just slap your most expensive product on a few tables and call it a day. You’ll want to:  

  • Maximize the full space on that table, so choose the products you want represented there carefully.

  • Be aware that tables are easy to shoplift from. Take extra precautions with security tags and table placement.

  • Add complimentary products in order to sell a collection of items that work well together. Example: I was recently looking at home interior store. They had a fabulous round table near the front of the store with some beautiful chairs pushed in around it. The table was filled with center pieces. Further back in the store there were plates, drinking glasses, and other decorative items. I thought there was a missed opportunity to set the table as it would appear in someone’s home. They had enough pieces to set a beautiful table, and certainly a set table with all the stylish details would sell much better together than a bunch of centerpieces? It was hard to see the potential the table had with it buried under all the centerpieces, and so customers weren’t even looking at it as a piece they could potentially purchase, and that is a loss to store.

                 This kind of thoughtful merchandising helps you build the sale without having to say a word. It showcases the items together and helps the customer see how well they work together. Which is a great for…

Maximizing sales by pairing complimentary items together.

The objective is to never sell a solo item, but to surround the feature item with complimentary items so that the customer wants to buy it all together. Using my example from earlier: would you rather sell a centerpiece or sell the table, chairs, and the entire dining set?

  This works perfectly for clothing stores too. By layering displays with a top, a bottom, a jacket, and a handbag you suddenly have a whole outfit, not just one piece. The customer might not buy the display exactly how it’s represented, but it opens their mind to the versatility of each piece and how they can make their own outfits while shopping. And all of that simply means…


Creating an experience with displays that help the customer see your products in their life.

   Visual tools such as the examples I’ve given above are incredibly useful in helping a customer make a quick decision. You’re helping them see themselves using or gifting that product, and. you’ve taken the time to make an entire atmosphere for them. It helps them piece together an enhanced version of the gift they were planning to purchase, and who doesn’t love when shopping takes less time than expected?

Ease of motion through your store is also worth mentioning. You want a merchandising plan that pulls your customers through an experience, that draws them into the store to look at all the items. I know I just said STOCK THE FLOOR FULL, and now I’m going to say do that without cramping your customers personal space. If the racks are so full customers can’t walk around without knocking things over, if it infringes on wheelchair and stroller accessibility, or if there’s product in the way of reaching other product then you’ve gotta rethink product placement. If the racks are so full that customers can’t look at a garment on the rack then it’s time to loosen things up. You’ll have to get creative, but there’s lots of options for moving product up and out so that you can fill in the floor with lots of inventory without interfering in the customers positive experience with your business.

To take this one step further we need to consider the one bottom line, make-it-or-break-it-variable; PRICE. You want to make pricing clear and straightforward. If you want to run a promotion, I strongly suggest a promotion that incentivizes and rewards customers for buying multiple items.

   Most people statistically will not ask for a price if they cannot locate it quickly, or if they’re confused by a convoluted promotion/discount. The biggest merchandising tool in all the land can help with this and it’s called SIGNAGE. Clear and straightforward signage helps your customers understand discounts, and special offers, and if done well, helps the store look more brand consistent and full.

   This can be done as tastefully and unobtrusively as you’d like. Window signs especially help with attracting new customers. They work as silent sellers, and it’s pretty cost effective way to market your holiday promotions without breaking the bank.

THERE YOU HAVE IT. Merchandising for the holidays can feel like a daunting task. Especially with so many sets, resets and updates, but I promise if you keep these rules in mind and combine them with a winning customer service experience you will sell more than you have ever sold.

MONDAY MONEY MOTIVATION- jump start your busy week with high vibe energy work!

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  Now that you’ve got your sales goals in place with The Goal Setting Sunday Worksheet,  you can now move on to the energy work!

Energy work is my favorite because no things are bad things inside this mind space. I know a lot of different people would describe energy work numerous ways, but for me it’s simply getting my mindset, confidence, and beliefs inline with what I desire to make a reality this week. I align with my soul filling purpose and the passion that drives everything I will do and say for the week. It’s a fantastic way to be present with yourself, to check in throughout the day or week on how you’re feeling, to upkeep your mental wellness, AND above all it gets you super jazzed to get to work!

Since Monday is officially the day we all start to come out of hibernation on social media it’s the PERFECT DAY to boost your frequency, and get fucking motivated ESPECIALLY around all the money you will make this week. I understand that not everyone feels incredible about Monday and that is first mindset shift that needs to change. Mondays have always been gold for me. They’re a clean slate, they’re a brand new opportunity, they’re filled with potential, and it’s important you set yourself on the right track from the very first moments of the week so that you carry that through to work you do, and the life you want to live.

 You’re going to make a heaping pile of money this week, what’s not to love about Monday?  You have more control than you think and you’re in the driver's seat of your reality what’s not to love about Monday?

So if you’re not a big fan of Monday’s lets start there!

  • Why ? If you’re a business owner who has fully committed to your purpose and stepped into your passion you should absolutely be OBSESSED with Monday!

  • If the things you don’t love about Monday could be fundamentally changed to make you more a productive and positive person on this day- what would you do differently?

  • Would you rather take Monday off and work on a weekend day?

  • Would you consider outsourcing things that you despise doing on Monday?

  • What things could you incorporate into your schedule to make Monday more enjoyable?

  • What about your environment could change to make Mondays more desirable?

If you already love Monday and everything I said above then let’s move on to the energy work!

Your passion and purpose are the core of everything you do and that is what we will focus on today!

  •    What kind of difference do you want to make today in people's lives?

  •    What kind of difference do you want to make in yours?

  •    What amount of money do you decide to make today?

  •    What do you decide happens right now for the rest of day to make that happen?


See, sales and the energy/positivity to create those sales come from your purpose and passion. It comes from you honoring the quality of service you have to provide others. It comes from deciding you will have it, from believing you already do and feeling the feelings of that truth.

Imagine a Monday where you get to have everything you want! What would the perfect Monday look like for you?

  • How would you serve your passion and purpose?

  • How much money would you make?

  • How would you make it?

  • What would your message be to all your humans?

  • What would you have for lunch?

  • Where would you go?

  • What would you do?

  • Who would you do it with?
    Why would this make you the most unstoppable, successful, abundant, and happy human on earth?

  • Where would you choose to work from?
    How would you serve your humans?

  • How would you make sure you delivered some of your good vibes onto them?

  • How would you pay it forward?

  • How would you give back?

  • What would you wear?

  • What music is on this epic days playlist?

  • Who is owning their shit today?

Now go out there and make this your Monday!!  There is absolutely no reason I can think of if you are a healthy business owning person why you cannot get in on these vibes and raise that energy from the time you roll out of bed in the morning to the time you get back into it at night!

If you’re all ‘but, but’ with some excuses as to why this isn’t practical, I really want to challenge you to rethink practical. If this is what serves your soul and facilitates your highest frequency of soul filling work and soul filling joy, then why can’t it be this way? What can you do now to go into the week making sure more of this is actually happening, not just on Monday but every day.

Now, go out there and crush it! Sell more than you’ve ever sold and live your best life! Period!