The #1 obstacle that I see people face when trying to grow their blog is analysis paralysis.
It’s that feeling of being stuck.
You keep thinking that if you learn that one more thing, your blog will take off.
You keep working, but just feel like you’re spinning your wheels
It seems like no matter what you do, your email list just won’t grow
You can’t break through that next traffic level
You don’t understand why you're not making money
Everything that you try leaves you with the same frustrated feeling.
I’ve been able to help friends and fellow bloggers overcome analysis paralysis to start taking action and succeeding. Whether it be with their blogs, or just an big upcoming presentation.
Here’s what Jamila from Journey to Launch had to say about working with me:
Liz did an amazing job helping me prepare for my first major talk. She helped me get out of my comfort zone and forced me to go through my presentation in front of her despite my objections. Liz was direct and provided honest feedback which really helped me improve my talk and gave me the confidence I needed to do my best job on stage.”
Journey to Launch
Contact me and tell me a little bit about your goals.
We'll jump on a call to make sure it's a good fit.
You'll start getting more done, faster, and hitting you're goals.
For the longest time, I knew what I should be doing to improve my reach and grow my email list but somehow never got around to taking action. Liz forced me to take action and helped me as I went through step by step. I’m so glad I had her kicking my butt, because she pushed me to do a giveaway, my email newsletter subs doubled and my traffic has doubled too.
Elizabeth Stapleton is the founder and voice behind, the Side Gig Summit, Plutus Award Nominated - Less Debt More Wine, and ElizabethStapleton.com. She is the co-founder of the podcast Accio Debt Freedom.
She is a blogger, online entrepreneur, and recovering attorney whose writing has been featured on Entrepreneur, The Huffington Post, The Penny Hoarder, Budgets Are Sexy, Credit Sesame, and Magnify Money.
Additionally, she has spoken at FinCon and has been quoted in articles on Business Insider, Student Loan Hero, and Nerd Wallet.