After working herself to the bone in the fitness space, Jill Coleman started creating content for the internet in 2010. Since then her online persona has exploded and she is one of the leaders creating fitness programs and health information for people through her website. Now Jill works to empower clients as well as health and fitness entrepreneurs to lead with purpose and find positivity in the food and exercise space.
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Creating Continuity & Confidence
A big believer in overwhelming yourself at the start in order to gain experience and confidence, Jill is here to help you take the steps necessary to get your business dream off the ground. Learn why you need to earn the right to say no, how to distinguish what is okay to share with your followers and what to keep private, and ways to work together with your coach to create continuity and confidence.
If you are an aspiring entrepreneur, are feeling alone in your business or just looking for a fresh perspective when it comes to training, this is the episode for you. Jill is an inspiring role model who leads by example and believes in transparency and honesty in order to move your goals forward.
What baby steps are you taking to gain experience and confidence in your fitness and business goals? Share where you are at in the comments below.
On Today’s Episode
- Low stake ways to earn your confidence and business mentality through experience
- Exploring how things have changed in the online space over the last decade
- The importance of having a coach to keep you accountable and informed
- How to embrace overwhelm and find value in your own demand
- Why podcasting is the new blogging and how to create an online persona
Resources Mentioned In This Show
“Do something that is going to move you. To me, the solution in those situations is just to make more decisions.” (14:16)
“I am actually a huge fan of completely overwhelming yourself. I am to the point of like, say yes to everything until you have earned the right to say no.” (22:44)
“At heart, I am a teacher. So if there is something I don’t feel like I understand 100% the nuances of, or I am not the person that should be talking about it, then I am probably not going to talk about it.” (39:12)
“I think the value of having any coach in your life is to tell you what is important and tell you what is not important. I think that is extremely critical to your process.” (42:55)
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