This Week’s Guest On Legacy Leadership Is Sheryl Plouffe
Most entrepreneurs reach 6-figures with hard work alone. But it’s Systems that get them to multiple six figures.
Sheryl’s mission is to help coaches, consultants, and experts achieve scalable growth for their businesses without complex funnels or big teams. With her proven strategies and personalized coaching, she can help you take your business to the next level and beyond.
She understands the challenges and obstacles that come with scaling a business, and I’m here to guide you through every step of the process. From identifying your unique value proposition to creating a customized marketing plan, she’ll work with you to develop a roadmap for success.
Whether you’re just starting out or looking to take your established business to new heights, They have the experience and expertise to help you achieve your goals.
Key Quotes From The Show:
- “I feel strongly that I’m at a point in my life now where it’s my role to put other people in the spotlight and put, to put them on a pedestal and, and put them, you know, in a place where they’re the broadcaster of their own business.”
- “I really feel strongly that broadcasting is such a great platform to learn marketing because that’s really what you’re doing. You’re just not doing it for your own brand.”
- “I was very painfully shy as a child. I would cry when the teacher called on me in class. And so it was really strange for me at 15 to start wanting to do these things. But I think it was just an inner knowing that I wasn’t circumstance, like in my circumstances dictated one thing and I just knew in my heart that I was not meant to be in that place. I was meant to be somewhere else. So I started taking these chances and facing these fears and doing these things that were very, very scary for me at the time. And then I would always learn from it and it would be a stepping stone to another thing, to another thing, to another thing, meeting another person, another connection, etc. And I think it’s really all about facing fears that that’s been the constant, I think in my teenage and adult life.”