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  • Writer's pictureSamantha Hearne

4 Ways to Stop Business Launch Fears

If you're getting ready for your next business launch, you may have a swarm of fears running through your mind. In order to keep your energy up through your launch, you need to take a step back and put a stop to those launch fears. Read on for 4 ways that you can overcome those fears and crush your next business launch!

1. Planning

I stand by this one! Planning allows for freedom, flow, and fun. Without a plan, we can become haphazard, inconsistent and unclear.

Before your next business launch, aim to plan:

  • Your goals.

  • Your numbers.

  • Your timeline.

  • Your actions.

  • Your content.

  • Your message.

This is a great starting point to get you going!

2. People

You MUST know who you want to serve and have a pulse on if your audience wants what you are launching.

Ask yourself these questions:

  • Do you have a list of warm leads?

  • Do you have a plan to reach out to them?

  • Do you know who you want to speak to?

  • Are you ready for those conversations to convert?

  • Are you launching blind or with purpose?

3. Purpose

This is key! You need to be very clear on the purpose of this business launch for you, what the meaning is behind it, and how it will impact you and your goals. Not only that, but what is the purpose of this business launch for your audience? Why is this important right now and how will it support them?

4. Positivity

If your mindset and energy aren’t focused on what you can achieve, what’s possible, and the positivity behind your business launch, that will impact how you show up and sell. Positivity is vital. How you FEEL about what you’re launching / selling is key.

Are you ready to plan for your sales success so you can approach your next business launch with positivity, purpose, ease, and flow? Click here to check out the Sales Framework Training, designed to help you plan for your sales success without overwhelm, having to sell 24/7, or take on an enormous amount of clients.


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