Are you trying to grow your online business?
Do you feel a bit alone, scattered, or overwhelmed? If so, this is for you.
If you’re trying to grow your online business but feel a bit alone, a bit scattered, and overwhelmed, I want to share a free resource with you that’s really helped me recently, because I think it’ll help you too.
I’m Liz, the writer behind Green Goose Ghostwriting, where online entrepreneurs get help to write books that build their businesses.
It's not a book!
This week, I’m not talking about writing books, because I’m really excited about this free resource that’s been helping me grow my business (it’s not a book!) and since you guys are online entrepreneurs just like me, I want to share it with you.
Introducing ... Jenny Shih
A few years ago I discovered a business coach called Jenny Shih. She works with online, service based business owners. I felt drawn to her because she speaks very openly about running a business while she was very, very sick. She had Lyme disease, which just sounds brutal. And it spoke to me because, for four years, I really struggled with a chronic pain condition.
My pain, freelancing, and finding career faith
And that’s why I started freelancing—because suddenly I wasn’t well enough to haul myself into an office every day. I needed flexibility to go to doctor’s appointments and treatments and to work from my bed when I was having a bad day. Jenny Shih gave me faith that I didn’t have to give up on my career dreams just because I didn’t fit into the corporate mold any more.
Now, my chronic pain is almost completely under control. I still have to be careful about how I live so I don’t tax my body too much, but I’m doing really well.
And so is Jenny Shih. This fall she launched this free resource for online, service-based entrepreneurs. It’s called Make It Work Online Prep School + Workshop and it’s a free group coaching program on Facebook and email.
Still time to get involved
The prep school part has been going on for a few months and I’ve already got new clients by following her advice in there. The workshop part starts January 16, so there’s still time to get involved. It’s also free. I think it's a lead-in to her upcoming paid program, but don’t let that put you off. Jenny is well known for giving away free content, so I'm confident there’s going to be a ton of benefit to the free workshop.
Plus, below you can sign up to get more cool stuff to do with writing a book for your business. If you really want to make progress in building your business this year, I encourage you to take advantage of these free resources.