Britt Bolnick is a six figure business coach, speaker, and the founder of In Arms Coaching and Pittie Posse Rescue.
Britt Bolnick "BadAss Coaching" on The Erica Glessing Show Podcast #3031 In today's spicy episode, Britt shares how she went from nothing to building a successful coaching business -- starting off as a single mama. She's entertaining and inspirational at the same time! Find Britt on FB at and sign up for a complimentary breakthrough call! More About Erica Glessing SEO geek Erica Glessing believes when you tell your story, you change the world. Discover your zone of genius. Glessing is a #1 bestselling author 33X over, and built her company, SEO for Lead Gen, out of the desire to help entrepreneurs and small businesses be seen for their work in the world. With a strategic mindset, an easy laugh, and a creativity that meets geek sensibility, Glessing grew her podcasts to more than 100,000 downloads in 2020 alone and continues to build search engine optimization strategies for companies and influencers globally. “Global and local omnipresence requires discipline, commitment, and creativity,” says Glessing. She was originally an award-winning journalist, writing over 5000 articles for California newspapers before she built SEO for Lead Gen. Glessing is an Italian mom of three loud teens, a Corgi Aussi, and two very fat happy kitties. She lives in Northern California. You can find her: Instagram Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Sponsor Today's episode was sponsored by, an SEO company dedicated to providing SEO and keyword strategy so your business can be seen and heard and generate ample leads to thrive. Resources For your own complimentary 90-keyword strategic SEO guide, go here now!
Britt Bolnick is a successful, bad-ass business owner living a life she loves in Portland, Maine. She has traveled a path from financial scarcity to financial independence, building a 6-figure business she loves as a single mama​ working less than full-time.  Britt mentors women who are 100% committed to building thriving businesses that create wealth without compromising personal life OR sanity- teaching women to use authentic connections to build success, vs. high ad spend and common marketing hype.  Fun fact: this year she's started a non-profit pit bull rescue and sanctuary while also running her business, having three days off a week, and being an avid book-reader and beach-walker. If you would like to work with Britt you can contact her by going to her facebook page or check out her website Britt also has a thriving community on Facebook called Tribe of Sacred Rebels here: Her Pit-bull rescue is Pittie Posse Rescue and Sanctuary and you can find it here:
Britt Bolnick is a business coach specializing in helping entrepreneurs get out of their heads and begin trusting their instincts to grow a business that fits their ideal lifestyle.Britt epitomizes the term "overcoming" obstacles, as she has had quite a few in her journey. A key part of this journey was embracing the unknown by relocating her business from NYC to Portland Maine. Ultimately this proved to be one of the best decisions of her life as she found herself having more time to spend with her daughter.Because of the amount of traveling involved to take her daughter to and from school each day, it left limited time to focus on her business. Moving to Portland freed her up to have more time dedicated to building her business. As most people soon discover when moving to a new location, one of the challenges is to develop a new local peer group. She quickly discovered that the groups currently in existence were not her ideal crowd, so she created her own group. This is one of the best things any entrepreneur can do, create a group where you are to begin attracting people who will either become potential clients or refer people they know to become potential clients.In growing her business there were several things that proved to be vital to her success. First, it was hiring a coach. Her coach helped her identify what her weaknesses were, and challenged her on them. Secondly, she worked from a clear set of goals. Often new business owners have a hard time achieving results due to not taking the time to establish clear goals.A tool that often is underutilized by entrepreneurs is "trusting your gut". Often your inner instincts will help you make the right decisions. Think about the times that you had a feeling about a potential decision and you didn't trust your instincts. How did that turn out? Was it the way you wanted? Or was it otherwise?A fear that has to be worked on with many entrepreneurs is the "Imposter Syndrome". This tends to happen in the beginning of a career when you are beginning to advertise your services. The doubt comes from wondering if people will look at you as an expert, or will they think otherwise. Overcoming it starts with believing in yourself, recognizing its there, and ultimately working through it.When it comes to getting your first client, it often is not an overnight solution regardless at what claims you might see on the internet. When you are wanting to truly build up a client base, start by building the community first. When you consistently show up and love on them, do things of service for them, and become the go-to person they will ultimately begin to know like and trust you.The One Thing that entrepreneurs must do is start offering solutions to problems. People hire people to help them solve a problem. When you position yourself as a problem solver they will want to hire you, as long as you have built up the trust factor.To learn more about Britt visit:
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