Today’s case study is with someone that a lot of listeners may resonate with. Zahra Cruzan is a new entrepreneur who finally made it over the “hump”, and she generated $8k in less than 3 weeks, but she didn’t need a big email list or lots of followers to do it. Zahra is the founder of Brand Author, and she works with entrepreneurs to enter mainstream markets by creating an irresistible brand, and this conversation is all about how she launched her very first online course, along with the major shifts that it led to in all aspects of her life!
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In the episode you’ll hear:
The life events that led to Zahra having to figure out her business and first product launch in just 3 weeks
A breakdown of the launch, including her revenue numbers
The mindset shift she made that changed everything for Zahra
What it took for her to get over the “hump” and the stories she was telling herself as a mother and entrepreneur that were holding her back
Where to look if you find yourself stuck…
What’s next for Zahra and the advice she has for other mothers wanting to pursue their entrepreneurial dreams
Her Online Programs
Dollars Flow To Me Easily by Richard Dotts
Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell