I’m Baaack…With an Important Lesson

I want to apologize to you, my wonderful readers, for my extended absence!

In today’s video, I’ll let you know where I’ve been while also sharing a very important lesson as you kick of 2011.

Stay tuned for tomorrow’s video, where I show you one of the most painful (literally) marketing mistakes I made while I was offline! ; )

Let me know what you think about the training by commenting below and please share with your friends!

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8 Responses to “I’m Baaack…With an Important Lesson”

  1. Mike Klingler Says:

    Great message Natasha!

    There is definitely a time to put your head down and “go underground” – in fact, I think that is a vital thing to do to really create the most valuable aspects of the business!

    Those committed, we are ALL experiencing the same process!

    Keep up the great work!
    Mike Klingler recently posted..Wind in Your Sails – Linking Coaching Skills to the Economy to Make a Real Difference

  2. Kelly Baader Says:

    I cannot agree with you more! The “get-away” or “go underground” time is essential for all aspects in life, especially for business. Oftentimes when we are willing and confident enough to step away from the noise, that’s when we can produce more and go higher!
    Thank you for sharing!

    Much love,
    Kelly Baader recently posted..Merry Christmas Movie Trailer &amp Gift for you!

  3. Kim Steadman Says:

    An E-Mail from Natasha! Immediate Click is my rule!
    Never wait to read your stuff.
    I’m excited for your “under-ground” experience and can’t wait to see where you take us. Hmmm. Isn’t the Network Marketing Business funny? You can have “mountain top” experiences (making contacts or sales) , “head in the sand” (go forward no matter the nay-sayers), and go “under-ground” (intense working on projects and to-do lists).

    Can hardly wait to see it all! I guess I’ve been “underground” as well as I’ve been working through your Lead Whisperer course and really defining and redefining myself and my passions.

    Thanks for always being the inspiration that you are!
    Kim Steadman recently posted..The Power of Social Media and 20 Minutes

  4. Natasha Nassar Says:

    Mike- Thanks for stopping by! Glad to know that I’m not the only one who has gone underground! I have to admit when I do go into “hiding”, it makes me really miss all of my wonderful fellow entrepreneurs….but as you said, it’s vital- so I’m going to stick with this strategy because it has served me well thus far!

  5. Natasha Nassar Says:

    Kelly! As always, you raise a very insightful point…that you need to “go underground” not only for your busines, but for all aspects in life! I have to admit that this is probably the biggest challenge for me. So much to do, so little time….. but Rich and I have made a commitment to take more time for non-business “stuff”- like getting in shape, traveling for fun, etc. :)

    Sending you big hugs :) Talk to you on Sunday!

  6. Natasha Nassar Says:

    Kim- could you be any sweeter? I don’t think so!

    I’ve got some awesome stuff in store for you and all of my awesome fellow entrepreneurs. If only there were 50 hours in the day, I could get out the info as quickly as I’d like!

    I’ve truly enjoyed witnessing your online transformation, Kim! You’re most definitely not the same gal I met last fall. The content you are providing is superb. You’re on the right track. We need to set up a time for that coaching call that you won- can’t wait to mastermind with you on the phone : )

  7. Tracey Rissik Says:

    Hi Natasha

    Welcome back – here’s to a great 2011 for us all!

    How intriguing that I opened your email now – right after reading a magazine article about various cycles in our lives – the analogy used was the 4 seasons – so it sounds like you’ve had a “Winter” or hibernating phase, and are now emerging into the “Spring” of a new cycle – new/renewed products, new energy – and new business too no doubt!

    I applaud you for doing the “winter” work – I find it a challenge when I’m tired to carry on, so the plans I had made for myself to get stuff done in the quiet period between Christmas and New Year ended up being a “sloth time” for me – I know I needed the rest though, so can’t be too tough on myself :)

    Look forward to tomorrows post!

    all the best!
    Tracey Rissik recently posted..A useful tool for links in sidebar widgets

  8. Natasha Nassar Says:

    Thanks Tracey! What a fantastic analogy. I have to say that getting rest when you need it is also extremely important. Otherwise, you’re burned out and you aren’t as inspired!

    I can’t wait to see what you have in store for us this year! I have recommended your site to a lot of people. It’s a goldmine of information! For my readers who don’t know Tracey’s site, it’s (http://www.thesimpleblogcompany.com)

    We need to chat sometime soon- I’ve got some ideas on how you can monitize your fantastic information with relatively little extra effort because you’ve got so much quality information!

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