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Josefin features the Josefin & Merriweather Google Fonts. The styling has been meticulously set to fit the aesthetics of the theme, providing a relaxing reading experience.

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Styled Counters

We've taken extra care in styling the number counter feature Divi offers. We've included dark & light background options. Showcase your stats in style with the Josefin Child Theme.

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We've utilized and styled the Rotating Tweets Plugin by Martin Tod. Display your tweets elegantly using this plugin and the Josefin Child Theme. We've included an instructional video on how to set this up.

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A photo is worth a thousand words. Parallax backgrounds combined with great use of whitespace allow the focus to be on your beautiful images. We've also styled a masonry layout as an option for your images.

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We've also taken extra care in styling the contact form in Divi. We've included dark & light background options. Make your contact form stand out with the Josefin Child Theme.

Instagram Widget

We've utilized and styled the WP Instagram Widget by Scott Evans. Display your Instagram photos elegantly using this plugin and the Josefin Child Theme. We've included an instructional video on how to set this up.

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Divi comes with some nice animation options. We've added additional animation classes you can apply to your sections and modules. We've included an instructional video on how to use these animations.

Features Grid

Easily build a features grid with Josefin. We've created an instructional video with links to the CSS and a Divi Layout files. Import the layout into your site with a single click.

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Your purchase comes with our superior support. Email us and we’ll respond to you as soon as possible. We also have video tutorials showing how to implement different features of the theme.

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How To Embrace Failure (because your business depends on it)

how to embrace failure

You're not going to like it when you first hear it, but I promise you'll thank me. If you want to be happy and successful in your business (whatever your definition of that is) you need to embrace failure.

Yep. Embrace failure.

We live in this weird world where more and more of our lives are shown as edited highlights. Our social media feeds are dominated by success after smiling success. And it can screw with our heads because it hides the messy reality of being a human.

This is especially true when it comes to those with online businesses. There's a deliberate marketing tactic that's based around presenting yourself as someone with an enviable life because this triggers a sense of 'authority' - we subconsciously associate those people as folk who know what they're talking about, can be trusted and who we should listen to.

At it's worse it's a deliberate form of manipulation. But even when it's done innocently, it also leaves us with a sense of inadequacy.

'Why isn't MY life that organized?, What am I doing wrong? Why isn't my business as easy as theirs What's wrong with me that I'm not making six figures/living on a beach/speaking to thousands at conferences/having a blissful marriage?'

The truth is that no one's life is perfect. No one's life is without mess or is always easy. So if we just present this edited version of ourselves, we're inadvertently adding to this problem. The cycle continues and we all end up feeling crappier and crappier about our 'normal' experiences - because they start to seem abnormal in this pristine and edited world.

Embracing failure is about accepting a real and messy life.

And there's another reason to embrace failure. one related to your business (well, actually your whole life -

The truth is you will only be able to build your business if you get used to failing.

When we reach, we risk.

And there's a very good chance we'll fail. This is a good thing. We need to build our resilience through failure. Because if we're not failing, we're not doing enough.

In this podcast episode, I'm going to explain a bit more about why you need to get used to failure and 'embrace the suck' as Brene Brown says.

I share a few (of many) of my own experiences of failing in my business and how every single one of them helped to take me closer to my goal of a sustainable business AND how I still experience failures in my business. At the time all of these failures hurt like hell, but with some distance, some of them are pretty hilarious in hindsight.

I don't LIKE failing - hell no! but I've learned that they are a necessary part of growing myself and my business.  It's OK to feel disappointed, cry, lick your wounds, eat a LOT of chocolate. But then you have a choice. Do you bounce back or give up?

The more you practice, the easier this becomes (note: I'm not saying it's EASY, just that it gets easier with practice).

I'm such a fan of breaking this taboo of revealing our failures that I make it a regular part of my group coaching program The Supernova Collective - where we regularly challenge ourselves to share our failures in the supportive arena of the community we've cultivated. That way we build our collective resilience, break done entrepreneur isolation and support one another through the inevitable messy bits.

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Why We Need A New Kind Of Marketing

Why We Need A New Kind Of Marketing

We need a new kind of marketing. Why? because the old sort is feeling tired, overused and manipulative. We need a more human approach to building our community, reaching out to our customers and interacting with our potential clients.

Something is happening in the online world - can you feel it? There's a shift away from some of the marketing methods that have dominated this online space are being rejected. If you've felt uncomfortable or just bleugh about some of the online marketing techniques I've good news for you.

Here are just a few of the things that make me roll my eyes SO HARD I get a headache:

  • Having my inbox filled with seemingly EVERYONE promoting the same training program,
  • Loooong sales pages filled with smiley bland people walking along beaches.
  • 3 part video series' where the 'coach' shares their rags to riches story followed by a promise of how if I buy their magical system I too can be an 'authority in my field/attract high-end clients with ease/eliminate negative emotions forever'
  • Facebook posts along the lines of 'I've just made a bazillion dollars working only 5 minutes a day, want to know how I did it? Comment 'hell yeah' in the comments'
  • Responding to a friend request only to have them message you TWO MINUTES later trying to sell you something
  • People showing up on Facebook having posted the exact same 'buy my thing' post in 7 different groups you're in (and you know this because they all show up in your newsfeed.
  • Webinars that are 20 minutes of background about the host, 10 minutes of light content, and 30 minutes of a sales pitch. (I've zero problem with being sold to on a webinar FYI - I just hate the ones that basically have zero content and are just a thinly disguised sale pitch).

I could go on!

And if these things leave you wanting to reach for the sick back you're not alone. More and more people are waking up to the fact that these tactics are becoming passe, annoying and ineffective. We don't want to be taken down an obvious sales funnel. We don't want our emotional buttons pushing so that someone can make a sale. We want a new kind of marketing (that's maybe approaching it old school but with new technology).

We want human connections. Services and products that really serve our needs. Businesses that listen to us. A more human way of making money.

Holly Worton and I dive into this topic on today's podcast. What was formed out of a frustrated Facebook post from Holly has grown into a rallying cry for a better, more soulful, more connected way to market our businesses.

What You'll Learn in this episode about Why we need a new kind of marketing

  • Why there's a shift going on in certain parts of the online business community
  • What's not working for some people in online marketing
  • Why marketing can feel manipulative and sleazy
  • Why positioning yourself as an expert can be open to exploitation
  • Why certain marketing tactics just don't feel good to some people
  • How we get to the next phase or style of online marketing and what does that look like

 

Things We Discussed

Jo's Facebook group 

Holly's Facebook group 

Fabeku Fatunmise

Kelly Diels and the Female Lifestyle Empowerment Brand

Derek Halpern's Social Triggers

Robert B. Cialdini's book Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion 

Of course, I discuss marketing a lot and really do believe that marketing is an essential part of growing your business. You can learn more ways to ethically market your coaching practice here:

What the Bend & Snap Taught Me About Growing A Coaching Business

Want more life coaching clients & referrals? – do this now!

How To Beat A Coaching Business Slump:7 Things You Can Do Right Now

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Finding Joy In Your Business With Paula Jenkins

With all of the moving parts involved in building your practice, the question of how to find joy in your business is maybe not that high on your list of priorities. But in the busyness of building a coaching business, it's possible to kick up a sandstorm of negative emotions that can leave you feeling overwhelmed, confused and let's face it, a bit dusty. I've talked about how it can bring up our feminine conditioning, the imposter complex and feel very, very messy at times.

So, without resorting to the mystic arts or trying to conceal these not so pleasant feelings, we are delving into the emotion of joy to find the answers.

This week I’m joined by my dear friend, Paula Jenkins from jumpstartyourjoy.com, as we deepen the conversation about this thing we call joy. You will discover all about exploring joy and how it can unlock your creativity, enabling you - and your business - to be seen online, in a way that doesn’t make you want to vomit on your shoes and leave you absolutely exhausted. You will learn how joy shows up for Paula, allowing her to be seen in her own life and brightly shining her light. Also, how joy has affected a well known 90's heartthrob (I can't contain my excitement for this part).

You will learn how joy shows up for Paula, allowing her to be seen in her own life and brightly shining her light. Also, how joy has effected a well known 90's heartthrob (I can't contain my excitement for this part). and how you can start to find joy in your business.

"You have to let down your guard, let down your inner critic... It takes a lot of courage to be just all of you, and be totally joyful.’’   Paula Jenkins

From discovering that a healthy dollop of joy in your life can be the perfect antidote to all the negativity, shame, and guilt that arises when building your coaching business. And joy can be the secret ingredient to unlocking your authenticity, energy, and passion in your, and your clients’ lives too.

From discovering that a healthy dollop of joy in your life can be the perfect antidote to all the negativity, shame, and guilt that arises when building your coaching business. And joy can be the secret ingredient to unlocking your authenticity, energy, and passion in your, and your clients’ lives too.

This podcast is packed with all the inspiration you'll need to feel joy deeply, honestly and authentically, inside and out.

‘’Joy is a choice and you must keep choosing it’’  Paula Jenkins

I’ve always thought joy was a lovely sounding word as well as, a wonderful emotion to feel. So, what if you could feel more joy AND build your business at the same time?

What we discuss in this episode on how to find joy in your business

  • Being visible online. Why having a coaching business and finding your way with your marketing is a major hurdle. The tension between having a coaching business that you’re really passionate about and being seen authentically.
  • How finding joy in your business isn't complicated (but that doesn't always mean it's easy either).
  • Paula uncovers the origins to her podcast, what lights her up and her insatiable. connection with joy... Including her love of speaking, the key to active listening and being in the moment.
  • How laughter can be the perfect tool to help your clients connect to their joy.
  • Paula tells all about her favorite ‘Start Your Joy’ podcast guests (this may include a 90’s heartthrob!).
  • Why joy is a choice and you must keep choosing it.
  • Using joy as a tonic to eradicate negativity and deal with the current political climate.
  • How it’s possible to find joy when others are facing hardship, and why that’s ok.

‘’Life can be dark and it can be scary, but there is also, always, joy to be found.’’  Jo Casey

About Paula

Paula Jenkins is a life and career coach and podcast host focused on transforming lives. From working one on one with coaching clients, to writing, and hosting a weekly podcast, she is dedicated to bringing more joy into the world. Her purpose and her work all dance with the transformative nature of joy; even when we are faced with hard times and difficult questions. She is motivated by the words of Henri Nouwen: “Joy does not simply happen to us. We have to choose joy and keep choosing it every day.”

Paula's website: http://jumpstartyourjoy.com/

Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/jumpstartyourjoy/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jumpstartyourjoy

Twitter: https://twitter.com/jumpstartjoy

Paula’s podcast course 

Links mentioned in this episode:

Welcoming Spirit Blog - Paula Jenkins

Danny Wood

Jump Start Your Joy with Danny Wood - Episode 20

Twitter https://twitter.com/Dannywood

Danny Wood Foundation

New Kids On The Block Website

Alison Arngrim  

Jump Start Your Joy  with Alison Arngrim -Episode 15:

President of: http://www.protect.org/

Book - Confessions of a Prairie Bitch: How I Survived Nellie Oleson and Learned to Love Being Hated

Podsave America Another podcast that saves my sanity on the regular

Elizabeth Gilbert Tattoo

A Brief For The Defense by Jack Gilbert:

 

We must have the stubbornness to accept our gladness in the ruthless furnace of this world. To make injustice the only measure of our attention is to praise the Devil.

 

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