04 Dec 065: How Natasa Denman built a 7-figure coaching business in under 3 years
In this interview, we spend time with Natasa Denman, the founder and creator of The Ultimate 48 Hour Author.
In addition to Natasa sharing many nuggets of wisdom around how she’s built her business after overcoming her own hardships, I really want you to pay close attention to the energy and commitment Natasa brings to her business.
It’s really clear that one of the attributes as to why Natasa is successful is because she is very good at ‘saying yes and working out how.’ It’s a quality I’ve seen in many guests on the show, and Natasa is no exception.
After publishing her fifth book early in 2015 she now mentors entrepreneurs and business owners to become published authors and become the authority leader in their field.
Impressively, with 85 participants having gone through Natasa’s The Ultimate 48 Hour Blueprint, thus far, the course has achieved a 100% success rate in terms of participants authoring a book.
In this episode you’ll learn:
- How Natasa built her brand based on the back of feedback from others
- Natasa’s perspective on building relationships for life
- How visualizing her success and writing goals contributed immensely to her momentum
- How she now enjoys 3 months off per year while running a 7-figure business
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