Kate Byrne

Today I’m talking with the always awesome Kate Byrne from Betty Means Business. Kate’s a business coach, consultant and blogger who loves roller derby, Japanese food and 80s movies and she’s also an absolute gun at being totally booked out.

In today’s episode we’re talking about letting your personality shine through, accountability and how it can help you get shit done and why you need to ask your audience what it is that they really want. Plus, Kate shares her incredible expertise and delicious, juicy tips to help you connect with your ideal clients, craft the perfect offerings and fill your calendar full of appointments with clients you absolutely love.

There’s so much goodness in this episode I know you’re gonna love it!


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Here’s what we’re talking about

  • Why your audience connects with you, not just the information you share.

  • How deadlines help you find your voice (and fast)!

  • Why it’s important to build an engaged community before you launch your products and services.

  • Making feedback your best friend.

  • How to attract and work with clients you love.

  • Making it easy for clients to work with you.

  • How to package your services in a way that will appeal to your ideal clients.

  • Why your business decisions don’t have to be forever.

  • Sales funnels and how to use them without it feeling icky.

  • The difference between you and your biz heroes.

  • Plus Kate shares why you don’t have to be salesy, pushy or robotic to connect with clients you love.

Kate Byrne - you don't have to be pushy

Resources mentioned in this interview

Denise Duffield Thomas’ article about The Evolution of a Million Dollar Course


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What’s been your biggest learning from today’s episode? Share in the comments below.


P.S. Loved this episode? You’re going to love this chat I had with the incredible Jaclyn Carlson from Blog Society.