Becky Auer (aka the $6.5 Million Dollar Woman) has 26+ years of experience in entrepreneurship and has started 3 multi-million dollar businesses. The last was a Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar that she took from $0 to $6.5M in just over a year and kept it there until she sold it.
Becky is a national speaker, coach and author. She was proud to be awarded the Empowering Women in Business Award by Inspiring Lives Magazine and the GKIC Hall of Fame Award for helping hundreds of small business owners reach their goals through coaching. She is ranked #20 of the Top 200 Small Business Coaches in the World for 2017.
Becky runs group coaching and mastermind groups as well as coaching private clients. For Free Resources, go to www.BeckyAuer.com or connect with her on Facebook at NoBSMarketingandBusinessBuilding
Articles by Becky Auer
There are 7 steps to a sales process, and one process builds on the next, you should strive to master the first process before moving to the next.
8 ways to motivate yourself. An occasional lazy day is ok, but when they become a regular occurrence, something needs to change.
Becky Auer goes step by step and discusses whether we, as coaches should offer up our time, resources, training, and knowledge with free coaching sessions.
Many people get so focused on listing all the features, they forget to tell their audience about the benefits. Learn the top 10 online sales copy mistakes.
You have the knowledge and possess a ton of mad skills. Becky Auer will show you how with these great tips to become a better coach and leader.
No BS Marketing expert Becky Auer shows you the 5 daily mistakes your making that are killing your business and how to avoid them.
Becky Auer asks business coaches “are you ready to achieve more in less time?” and shows you exactly how to do it this year!
If you’re having trouble meeting your business goals, take a look at these top 9 content marketing mistakes to learn how to fix things or avoid making the mistakes altogether.
What’s the most profitable thing you can do for your business? Hint: it costs more than five times as much to bring a new customer on board than it does to retain existing ones.