Have you reached the point where you’re just over the corporate life? That was Natalie Sisson before she left her corporate career to monetize her 6 month old blog. In today’s episode, I chat with Natalie on how she has built 8 profitable revenue streams in her business since then!
We cover how Natalie built her different products over time, the crucial lessons she learned along the way, and why it’s okay and essential to keep pivoting.
If you’re multi-passionate this episode will show you how you can channel that into a thriving and profitable business that not only helps you reach your big life goals but is also recession-proof.
Thanks for listening today! If you’re ready to start making consistent 5-figure months as a soloprenuer, apply for my free workshop. I’ll see you there!
In this episode, we cover:
How Natalie built her different revenue streams over time,
The crucial lessons she learned along the way, and
Why it’s okay (and essential!) to keep pivoting your business
Resources and links mentioned in this episode:
Find the book Natalie mentioned HERE
Get Natalie’s 9 Step Audio and Get Paid to Be YOU Guide HERE
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More about Natalie Sisson:
Natalie Sisson is a New Zealand entrepreneur, author, speaker, host of the ‘Untapped’ podcast and triathlete. After ditching a successful corporate career and co-founding a technology company, Natalie decided to monetize her humble, 6-month old blog. That blog, the Suitcase Entrepreneur, turned into a multiple-six figure online education platform back in 2010.
In her efforts to continuously innovate, Natalie, the OG of digital nomads, has since turned that content and knowledge into 8 different revenue streams including digital products, courses, workshops, international retreats, and coaching.
These days, she’s passionate about helping others leverage their unique set of skills, knowledge, and experience to earn a living and make an impact from anywhere, simply by being them.
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