I sat down with my business coach and new podcast intro voice talent, the beautiful Tash Corbin to chat. We talk about business, creating lean start-ups, what connected leveraged income looks like. This is great for wellness entrepreneurs who are looking to start up or fall back in love with their businesses again.
- Lean start-up specialist and passive and leveraged income specialist
- Hashtag enthusiast #ladyposse #nomorepinkghetto
- Mission – stop women from creating amazing service based businesses but aren’t paying themselves minimum wage.
- What does a lean start up mean to Tash practically – how Tash started her business with no money. She did make a few mistakes, but she got good at understanding what her peeps need from her and responding to that.
- A lean start-up business shows us that we can be super –responsive, you can go out with no money, find people who are in your target market, and sell them a service.
- A lot of people don’t have money to invest up front. She believes it’s possible to make money without spending a cent in your business. Spend the money on growth, not on start up.
- Starting a Facebook page not doing anything is like building a pretty shop in a really quiet street and expecting people to find it.
- Connection is where business thrive.
- Women are really good at connecting.
- Balance of masculine and feminine energy in the online business world.
- Tash had no idea where her place would be in the world when she started her business. The advantage lean start-up was that she could change track quickly.
- Started working with creatives and got really passionate about dispelling myths about online business. Helping people craft their offer and package their services.
- Tash’s mission grew out of spending time in the online space and getting ranty about it.
- Start with a service and you’ll start to see patterns and trends, and you’ll find a soap-box and you’ll find your mission.
- Don’t compare your beginning with someone else’s middle.
- Tash always “knows a guy” – she’s good at relationship building.
- “Even if you’re not going to be my client, you’re going to be part of my crew.”
- Tash’s down moments and what she learned from it.
- Having a buffer can take away that intense feeling of pressure.
- Why she chose to use her name for her business.
- When she hit her upper limits and what happened.
- How Tash’s partner was her cheer squad.
- Got sucked into what her business should look like, instead of what would best work for her.
- Why a disconnection strategy didn’t work for her.
- When you’re questioning if this is for you, most of the time it’s because you’ve fallen out of love with your business model, not your mission. And how you can fix that.
- Tash loves programs that have an interaction element and how it lights her up.
- If you pick the thing that lights you up the most – you’re doing it right – regardless of what the passive income “experts” say.
- Who Tash looks up to whens she needs inspiration.
“We’ve moved from the old school model of making something and convincing people to buy it.”
“I fundamentally believe that you can be making $1000 per month profit within 3 months of starting your business.”
“A Facebook page is like a shop front, joining a Facebook group is like going to a networking event.”
“The whole social media world is where it’s at”
“Being flexible and responsive and creating your business in a way that responds to a market need.”
Tash Corbin’s purpose in life is to help people to uncover and value that unique ‘something’ they have to offer the world. She works with heart-centred, soul-driven entrepreneurs… Those people who give of themselves to help their clients… whether that be teachers, mentors, coaches, healers, yogis, instructors or advisors… She helps those who help others to build sustainable profits and the dream lifestyle and business that they are lusting after.