The introverted entrepreneur is a good fit for online business ownership because we don’t mind being by ourselves, connecting with a community virtually through email and Facebook groups. But the autonomy afforded by a work-at-home business is another big advantage of the laptop lifestyle, and today’s guest wants to teach you the marketing methods she uses to generate income so that you, too, can enjoy the creativity that comes with total business and lifestyle freedom!
Angela Wills was working an afternoon shift in a factory, making $3,000 a month when she discovered virtual assistant work. She offered her services on a networking forum, and within 24 hours she had 11 clients on the roster. After nine months, she was able to quit her job and work from home, building websites, creating sales pages and opt-in forms, and writing email newsletters. Ten years later, her business has evolved to focus on group coaching and information products. She offers guidance to novice entrepreneurs through her blog, The Laptop Lifestyle.
Today, Angela shares her top three revenue streams, how her strength in building strong one-on-one relationships propels her business and the importance of mindset in overcoming limiting beliefs. Listen and learn how you can join Angela in enjoying the total freedom of the laptop lifestyle!
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