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[Workshop Invite] Plan With Me: Create Your Next Launch Map

Overwhelm.

You know, that thing that can make you feel like:

… you’re trying to do too much

… you’re getting nothing done

… you wish you had more time

So you think – how can avoid being overwhelmed?

I’ll make a schedule! I’ll prioritize my to do list! I’m going to delegate the work!

And you might feel better…if you do these things.

…but avoiding overwhelm isn’t the key to a less stressful (or more successful) launch.

Creating a map is…

Part planning, part strategy – a map is a guide that lays out everything from the dates you’ll open cart but also includes how you’ll community, what tech you’ll need in place, and the results you want to achieve as a result.

A Launch Map is the manual for your launch.

On June 30th, I’ll be teaching you live how to create a fully fleshed out launch map. One that you’ll turn into your complete launch to do list.

Behind every successful launch I’ve worked, there’s been a clear, well-thought out plan. Before the product was finished. Before the partners were contacted. Before the open-cart date was defined. Before the team was assembled.

The launch plan and schedule served as the bones for everything.

If you’ve got 6 weeks or more before you want to launch a product or service online now, this workshop is for you.

Not only will you be able to participate in a live group training with me and others who are also planning their launch, but you’ll also get all the resources I know you’ll want and need as you dig into your own planning.

Join me live on June 30th at 10am PST for this live once a year workshop.

Here’s a peek at what we’ll be covering:

  • Why Planning Is Important + How far in advance is just right for you
  • Tools I recommend for planning out your launches
  • Common launch scenarios and schedules
  • How to set the main dates of your next launch
  • Guidelines for breaking down a project or a launch
  • How to stay on track secrets – for when you’re launching alone, with a team or client
  • How long things take for real and the art of padding the schedule – stuff that needs to start early, what to skip, what to avoid.
  • 6 things that you need to include in your launch map that DON’T go on the calendar!

If you’re there live with us, we’ll be doing some of the following together:

  • Set the main milestone dates for the launch
  • Identify the systems you’ll need to set up & how far in advance
  • Start breaking down your project and defining weekly deliverables
  • Complete a simple project breakdown and calendar for a sample project that includes webinar, Facebook ads, members area – online course creation and even delivery!

 

You’ll also receive lifetime access to the materials and free entry into future Launch Mapping workshops.

If you’re ready to stop sweeping overwhelm under the table, make sure to check out all the details of the class right here and reserve your spot today!

See ya there?

-Anne

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How To Create A Solid Launch Map In 8 Simple Steps

We’re talking about create a launch map INSTEAD of simply planning your launch.

Does the idea of planning your next launch make you cringe?

Does it bring up sudden waves of overwhelm?

If you simply do not enjoy planning and like to let your business, projects and promotions roll out organically, today’s episode is for you.

We’re talking about create a launch map INSTEAD of simply planning your launch.

Because the truth is – planning as you might know it (and hate it) does not work for launches.

And – you can no longer fly by the seat of your pants.

So instead of creating a schedule or following a checklist, we create a map that gives us direction, keeps things moving in a forward direction toward the results you want to achieve.

If you want to create a map that’s actually useable and reliable — and also one that gets you to your final launch destination, there are 8 critical elements you need to include.

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How To Choose The Right Online Course Builder

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Today’s episode is a question from YOU! Recently I received a request to help someone figure out which online course builder to use…so I decided this was a great question to share with everyone who listens to the podcast.

If you are an online course creator looking to get their courses launched asap, this might just be your ticket…

An online course builder or learning management system allows you to pull together all the content you’ve created for a course, put it in a protected space, and then invite your customers and audience to join.

If you aren’t terribly techy and have heard there are some easier ways to get your digital product created, don’t have a team or work with one person – then finding the right course builder could be just the thing to kickstart your business.

So, if you’re ready to kick tech overwhelm to the curb, start creating online courses and digital products more easily, stick around.

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How To Get More Traffic To Your Podcast + Blog Posts

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I was minding my own business late one night pinning over on Pinterest when I realized a number of the pins on my home page were all about how to get more traffic.

And I won’t lie – I got sucked into it the dream, the obsession, the need to find, attract and get more traffic to my blog.

It’s not the first time I’ve been sidelined by this topic.

A few years ago I was trying to create 3 different pieces of content each week. 1 video, 1 blog post, 1 podcast…

Until I said wait – too much. This is not getting me more traffic, more leads or more sales…

So I stopped and returned to an easier 1x a week publishing schedule and spent more of my time promoting the content I was creating instead of churning out stuff no one was going to see.

Over the past 2 years the strategies I’ve used to share my content with more people has changed drastically…and while I’m still concerned with page views on my blog, there’s more to this story.

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