Women entrepreneurs come to me to work on their marketing and sales so they can grow their business. Many of them struggle with the marketing and self-promotion part of their business before they coach with me.

It’s very common that self-promotion is the fatal flaw for many entrepreneurial women.

Is that true for you?

Women say that marketing themselves and their services is one of their most challenging tasks. They have a hard time blowing their own horn with confidence. They cringe at the thought of being rejected when someone says no. They don’t want to appear pushy or salesy when they talk about what they do.

If you find you’re resisting promoting yourself and your business, and not attracting all the clients you really want, here are three things you can do starting today to feel more confident and powerful:

  • Work on developing a more empowering set of beliefs about yourself, your strengths, your talents, and your abilities. Know that you have a unique gift to offer that many people need and want.
  • Build supportive relationships with every communication you have. Grow your community of people who want to stay connected with you and build a network of mentoring and support.
  • Switch to attraction marketing and education-based marketing an you’ll never have to sell again!

If you’d like help turning your fatal flaw into a powerful strength, contact me to schedule a strategy session. I can help!

I’d love to hear what you do to feel more confident promoting yourself and your services.


Jan Marie Dore
Jan Marie Dore

I mentor coaches and women entrepreneurs to attract more clients and sell more of their coaching services, programs and courses online at www.JanMarieDore.com. I also host a Free Facebook community for women entrepreneurs at Coaches & Changemakers. Come join us - it's FREE!

    1 Response to "Is Self-Promotion Your Fatal Flaw?"

    • Pulling clients in by giving them value is much easier than trying to sell them. Good luck Andrea! Let me know how it goes.

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