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[035] How to Build and Scale A Successful Online Business with Sabine Matharu

“If you really look closely, most overnight successes took a long time.”  Steve Jobs

The idea of starting an online business that becomes an overnight success is a myth that still persists.

It is true that the Internet has made building a business easier and very affordable. However, for a business to succeed and continue to be solid and profitable over time, it requires solid foundations, persistence, consistency, skills, the right mindset – which means entrepreneurs must work on themselves, not only on the business – and other ingredients.

We all have in mind successful startups becoming gigantic ventures, like Amazon and Google. However, before becoming the massive entities they are today, it took them years of hard work, trials and errors as well as the thinking and planning and gestating needed before the formal founding of any company.

My guest in today’s episode of the ProsperityOnAir podcast, leadership and business coach, entrepreneur, author and speaker Sabine Matharu,  started what today is a very successful business as a side job.  After a very successful corporate career, her outlook on life changed completely with the birth of her children: she wanted to be there for them and see them grow. Following her passion to help other women build a lifestyle that would enable them to provide a good income without sacrificing their families, she founded Reach For Greatness, a platform where parents can find resources to learn business skills and also get mindset and life/work balance right.

 

 

Sabine Matharu is one of the amazing speakers at the Women Who Dare to Desire Conference, magnificently designed and organized by Debora Luzi, my special guest in Episode 22 of the ProsperityOnAir podcast.

This is what we’ll cover in today’s episode:

  1. Building a business around your passion
  2. What you need to know about building an online business
  3. The significant shifts in Sabine’s entrepreneurial journey
  4. The importance of being authentic to stand out from the online crowd
  5. Self-confidence and intuition: two key ingredients in Sabine’s business success
  6. The importance of setting boundaries
  7. Selling every day if you don’t want your business to die
  8. Sabine’s tips for building and scaling a successful business
  9. Sabine’s book project

and much more

Links for this Episode:

 

Sabine’s Website

Sabine’s Facebook Page

Sabine’s Facebook Group

Sabine’s Book: Rise, In Pursuit of Empowerment

Women Who Dare to Desire Facebook Group

Women Who Dare to Desire Conference

ProsperityOnAir Podcast – Episode 22

Follow me on Instagram during the Conference

Follow me on Facebook during the Conference

 

Now it’s your turn! What is your biggest challenge in building and/or running your business?

 

Remember to share as much detail as possible in your comments: many people come here every week for inspiration and advice, so I encourage you to share your thoughts. Your experience and insights may inspire and trigger a meaningful change for someone else. And if you have someone in your life who could benefit from this podcast, share this post with them – they’ll thank you for it.

Thank you for listening!

To your success and prosperity

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P.P.S. If you are looking for guidance and support for creating prosperity in your life and in your business in 2020, you may be interested in joining a community of like-minded women in my brand new membership program The Prosperity Hub.

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