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Is Your Vision for Your Life Connected To the Vision of Your Business?
Episode 2868th December 2022 • Course Building Secrets® Podcast • Tara Bryan
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In this episode, Tara welcomes Sherri Coffelt to talk about online courses and coaching and to connect your life vision with your business vision.

Sherri Coffelt partners with service-based entrepreneurs to attract high-quality leads they can turn into high-paying clients…all while they live the life of freedom and flexibility they crave.

Sherri is living her bucket list now, having sold her home and most of her possessions to travel the world, taking her Coaching/Consulting business with her. And she’s never looked back!

Leveraging her step-by-step Freedom Finder Formula, Sherri’s clients create a customized plan to build a business around the lifestyle they want to create and the income it will take to support it.

She is living proof that you can build a business that allows you to work WHEN you want, from WHERE you want, with clients you LOVE.

You can find more about Sherri here: www.resultspartner.com

Check out her site for the free gift: The Freedom Finder Checklist

LinkedIn- @Sherri Coffelt

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My name is Tara Bryan. I help business owners break into the next level of success by packaging their expertise into an online course experience. It's my passion to help to find the fastest path to results to create a greater impact and income for you and your tribe.

Check out my free Step-by-Step guide to building your online course. In it are the top steps and questions you need to ask before you get started. Check it out here: https://goto.taralbryan.com/step-by-step-guide

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Tara Bryan:

Hey, everybody, welcome to the course building

Tara Bryan:

secrets podcast. I am so thrilled to introduce Sherry

Tara Bryan:

Coffelt it today. And welcome to the show, I am so happy to have

Tara Bryan:

you here. Just to get us started. Tell us a little bit

Tara Bryan:

about who you are, what your experience is, and what brings

Tara Bryan:

you here today.

Sherri Coffelt:

I would love to do that. And first of all, thank

Sherri Coffelt:

you for having me be here. I'm excited about the conversation.

Sherri Coffelt:

So I have been in this crazy topsy turvy world of coaching

Sherri Coffelt:

consulting for over 20 years, it's hard to say that out loud.

Sherri Coffelt:

And I absolutely love it. I love supporting women to share their

Sherri Coffelt:

gift to do it in a way that it gives them that freedom and

Sherri Coffelt:

flexibility. It's why most of us started our business, right? And

Sherri Coffelt:

gives them that that freedom and flexibility to live their bucket

Sherri Coffelt:

list now and take your business with you. That's That's my big

Sherri Coffelt:

thing is that we get to avoid waiting until Sunday and

Sherri Coffelt:

instead, get clear on what our vision is for our business. And

Sherri Coffelt:

then or excuse me for our life, and then build our business to

Sherri Coffelt:

fit into that vision. So that's what I do all the time. I love

Sherri Coffelt:

supporting my clients to build a virtual business because then of

Sherri Coffelt:

course, it gives you more flexibility, right? And do it in

Sherri Coffelt:

a way that that generates the income that they want to live

Sherri Coffelt:

the lifestyle that they want to live.

Tara Bryan:

Yeah, very cool. So tell us a little bit about you

Tara Bryan:

personally, like how did you get into this work? And and what was

Tara Bryan:

your journey to sort of go, I assume that you are in maybe

Tara Bryan:

some sort of traditional brick and mortar kind of scenario, and

Tara Bryan:

then moved into, you know, really being able to step into

Tara Bryan:

more of a virtual lifestyle? What does that look like for

Tara Bryan:

you?

Sherri Coffelt:

Absolutely. Well, I started started my

Sherri Coffelt:

career out of college and corporate world, which so many

Sherri Coffelt:

of us did. And you know, corporate was really pretty good

Sherri Coffelt:

to me. But after about 13 years there, I really wanted to make a

Sherri Coffelt:

bigger, bigger difference. And, you know, ended up starting

Sherri Coffelt:

three businesses in my first year out of corporate, you know,

Sherri Coffelt:

from the frying pan into the fire as the saying goes. And

Sherri Coffelt:

over over the years, I was able to turn them all into multi six

Sherri Coffelt:

figures in one seven figures, business sold that the seven

Sherri Coffelt:

figure business and have been concentrating on my coaching

Sherri Coffelt:

exclusively for the last 12 years, I guess it is and had

Sherri Coffelt:

been coaching that entire 22 years, believe it or not. And

Sherri Coffelt:

you know, in that that time period, I had a lot of different

Sherri Coffelt:

variations of my business, I think that we have to be nimble

Sherri Coffelt:

as a business owner. And that as trends change, our businesses

Sherri Coffelt:

need to change, I have to remember I started my coaching

Sherri Coffelt:

business in 2002 1000. And virtual businesses didn't barely

Sherri Coffelt:

existed at that point. So I've seen a lot in in the two decades

Sherri Coffelt:

plus that I've been in business. Getting to where I am now, quite

Sherri Coffelt:

honestly was a bit of a knock upside the head moment. It was

Sherri Coffelt:

about six years ago now pre pandemic. And I was updating my

Sherri Coffelt:

vision letter, which is part of my process for my annual

Sherri Coffelt:

planning. And I had that that proverbial knock upside the head

Sherri Coffelt:

moment where I was looking at the vision letter I had done the

Sherri Coffelt:

year before. And the one I did was doing for this year, and

Sherri Coffelt:

realized that I wasn't living my bucket list. What I really

Sherri Coffelt:

wanted to do was travel full time. And yet I unconsciously

Sherri Coffelt:

grown my business very successfully, but was relying

Sherri Coffelt:

mostly on live speaking. So I was you know running around

Sherri Coffelt:

doing speaking from stage and getting client getting leads

Sherri Coffelt:

that I turned into clients. But it kind of kept me at least

Sherri Coffelt:

fixed to the US if not California at the time. And so I

Sherri Coffelt:

realized that I you know, I felt pretty out of integrity, I have

Sherri Coffelt:

to be honest, because I teach this whole process of getting

Sherri Coffelt:

clear on your envision and then having your business fit into

Sherri Coffelt:

that business, your business fit into that vision. And here I had

Sherri Coffelt:

unconsciously got me into a place where I wasn't doing that.

Sherri Coffelt:

So within six months, I completely changed my marketing

Sherri Coffelt:

strategy when 100% virtual, sold my house, put my stuff in the in

Sherri Coffelt:

storage and was traveling about nine months of the year

Sherri Coffelt:

internationally, taking my business with me. And that's as

Sherri Coffelt:

the intro I've not looked back. And even during the pandemic, I

Sherri Coffelt:

was able to keep doing some travel in the US and spend a lot

Sherri Coffelt:

of time with parents and family and friends and started

Sherri Coffelt:

traveling again in beginning of this year and I can't do it. I

Sherri Coffelt:

have no idea when I'm going to kind of get over the travel bug.

Sherri Coffelt:

I don't know if it'll be forever or not.

Tara Bryan:

Yeah, that's so cool. So So for our listeners, I

Tara Bryan:

think just to break that down a little bit, which I think is

Tara Bryan:

really powerful is is that you sort of you evolved right so as

Tara Bryan:

you went from corporate to starting your own thing to doing

Tara Bryan:

live speaking which I assumed sort of as the baby step to Oh,

Tara Bryan:

I'm gonna I want to travel more so I'm going to do live speaking

Tara Bryan:

in different cities. And then it was like Wait a minute, now I'm

Tara Bryan:

traveling for other people still not for myself. My business

Tara Bryan:

isn't serving me. It's it's sort of chaining me to travel Bakley

Tara Bryan:

that isn't really travel I want to be doing right, right. It's

Tara Bryan:

your Yeah. And so then just to sit and have that moment of, we

Tara Bryan:

have to shift, we have to pivot and then actually move into

Tara Bryan:

integrity. I love that I had a

Sherri Coffelt:

cell what I do, whatever point now I decide

Sherri Coffelt:

where I want to travel to. And then I reach into my community,

Sherri Coffelt:

find out who lives there, and find out how I can do speaking

Sherri Coffelt:

there. So then I can write off 100% of the trip.

Tara Bryan:

Well, yes, See, there you go. It all comes full

Tara Bryan:

circle. But yeah, you're so you're able to choose where you

Tara Bryan:

want to go. And then you know, you can work there. Because

Tara Bryan:

you've set up your life in order to work wherever you are,

Tara Bryan:

instead of, you know, having to be dictated by where you're

Tara Bryan:

going. So I love that. That's so cool. Okay, cool. So let's shift

Tara Bryan:

into your business and talk about, you know, how do you

Tara Bryan:

deliver to your deliver to your people, while you're able to do

Tara Bryan:

all the things? What does that look like? So courses, programs,

Tara Bryan:

one on one speaking, all those different things?

Sherri Coffelt:

Yeah, most of those things will be part of it.

Sherri Coffelt:

Yeah, I typically serve my clients in two ways. Excuse me,

Sherri Coffelt:

I just still do one on one coaching. I actually love

Sherri Coffelt:

working with people one on one. And I do believe that the

Sherri Coffelt:

fastest path to success is typically one on one coaching,

Sherri Coffelt:

when you could really go deep and have someone that's that's

Sherri Coffelt:

kind of hooking arms with you and with you step by step during

Sherri Coffelt:

the process. But I also believe in the power of small groups,

Sherri Coffelt:

and what I call hybrid courses. So yeah, most of my pro in fact,

Sherri Coffelt:

all of my programs, I've chosen not to sell Do It Yourself

Sherri Coffelt:

courses for a long time, because people, people just don't

Sherri Coffelt:

complete them. I mean, the statistics are less than 10% of

Sherri Coffelt:

people make it through the second module of an of a do it

Sherri Coffelt:

yourself online course. So what I do instead, is I use my

Sherri Coffelt:

courses, and I have three major courses, I use my courses to

Sherri Coffelt:

deliver information, that would be the same thing I'd say to

Sherri Coffelt:

anybody, pretty much no matter who's watching it, and I use the

Sherri Coffelt:

coaching part of it to really go deep answer questions, get

Sherri Coffelt:

engagement, have people learn from each other in the group

Sherri Coffelt:

programs that I do that are around a course, if you will.

Sherri Coffelt:

And really add the value that keeps people engaged, keeps

Sherri Coffelt:

people moving forward, and actually creating the

Sherri Coffelt:

transformation that they bought the course in the first place

Sherri Coffelt:

for?

Tara Bryan:

Yep, that's so powerful. One of the things that

Tara Bryan:

we focus on too, is exactly what you're saying is like, how do

Tara Bryan:

you how do you, you know, package as much as you can? And

Tara Bryan:

we are we even like talking about like, creating a virtual

Tara Bryan:

version of yourself, right. So it's not just information, but

Tara Bryan:

it's also the experience that you're creating for people that

Tara Bryan:

they can become successful, and have that transformation. And

Tara Bryan:

then you're enhancing it by being there, you know, to help

Tara Bryan:

coach them along the way. Have you found like, in your

Tara Bryan:

experience, those typically the that, like it's helpful for

Tara Bryan:

people, because my statistic is actually 97% of people don't

Tara Bryan:

finish courses. So giving them the benefit of the doubt. Yeah,

Tara Bryan:

you're Yeah, you're like, Yeah, though, you know, maybe some

Tara Bryan:

more people will, but most people don't. And the reason is

Tara Bryan:

that they need that guide, they need somebody to guide them down

Tara Bryan:

the journey. And if you can do that virtually, that more power

Tara Bryan:

to you, right, like, we specialize in helping people

Tara Bryan:

actually build a journey online that helps them progress, not

Tara Bryan:

just like giving them a bunch of stuff. But one of the things

Tara Bryan:

that I find so fascinating, and I'm interested to hear your

Tara Bryan:

opinion on this is it, it's it's beneficial for the learners, but

Tara Bryan:

it's also beneficial for the for the coach for the person who's

Tara Bryan:

teaching because more often than not, if you haven't, uh,

Tara Bryan:

something that's just all automatic, all automated, right,

Tara Bryan:

we're not serving your people in the way that you want to show up

Tara Bryan:

and serve your people. And so you tend to just like, then make

Tara Bryan:

more stuff, and then go, Well, I don't feel connected, I don't

Tara Bryan:

feel like I'm making a difference. And so it's actually

Tara Bryan:

for both it's for the for the person who's doing the coaching

Tara Bryan:

and training, and it's for the learner to have that hybrid

Tara Bryan:

model.

Sherri Coffelt:

I agree. 100%. And when I first started

Sherri Coffelt:

coaching courses, and I've had close courses for, I know, 15

Sherri Coffelt:

years or so at least more than that, anyway, for a lot of

Sherri Coffelt:

years. And and they were doing it yourself when I first

Sherri Coffelt:

started. And that's exactly why I switched to more the hybrid

Sherri Coffelt:

model because I didn't feel connected with the people that

Sherri Coffelt:

were buying my product. And then you know, I would look at what

Sherri Coffelt:

they were consuming. It's like wait a minute, you know, you're

Sherri Coffelt:

not opening the videos, you're not using the worksheets, and so

Sherri Coffelt:

I knew they weren't creating the transformation that they had

Sherri Coffelt:

spent their hard earned money to buy this course. And the reality

Sherri Coffelt:

is when people don't get results. We know human nature,

Sherri Coffelt:

right? Who do they blame? When they look in the mirror? They

Sherri Coffelt:

don't look in the mirror and say, I didn't take action. So

Sherri Coffelt:

I'm the one that is to blame. Too often they actually blame.

Sherri Coffelt:

Who they? Who sold them? The course?

Tara Bryan:

Yep, yep. And there's a little less visibility

Tara Bryan:

there. Right? Like, there's

Tara Bryan:

a responsibility there from us to say, how do we help help

Tara Bryan:

somebody get there? But yes, your your 100%? Right. And then

Tara Bryan:

do you find that like, when you first were doing it that way,

Tara Bryan:

then you would just like, poke in and like, check in and like,

Tara Bryan:

do all these little things anyway? Because

Sherri Coffelt:

even more of your energy because it's from a

Sherri Coffelt:

frustrated, almost anxious is checking in,

Tara Bryan:

how's it going? Exactly. Like, yeah,

Sherri Coffelt:

the other thing that I would say to that was a

Sherri Coffelt:

big shift for me, and there's so much technology out there now,

Sherri Coffelt:

that helps us around this is adding things into our courses

Sherri Coffelt:

that encourage engagement and encourage forward progress. You

Sherri Coffelt:

know, I have my courses on a platform that allows me to do

Sherri Coffelt:

reward points. And I have something I call Rapid Rewards.

Sherri Coffelt:

And so when people take action, that can collect points, and

Sherri Coffelt:

then they can turn those points into an extra call with me, or

Sherri Coffelt:

an invitation to a live event or whatever different different

Sherri Coffelt:

things they can use the reward points for, and people love to

Sherri Coffelt:

get those badges or reward points, right. So whatever you

Sherri Coffelt:

can do, to encourage people to, to acknowledge them for taking

Sherri Coffelt:

action, first of all, and then have some kind of a way that

Sherri Coffelt:

they can see their progress makes a huge difference.

Sherri Coffelt:

Checklists help with that, too. I have a checklist I need to my

Sherri Coffelt:

modules. So when they check off the different things that

Sherri Coffelt:

they're completing, they feel that sense of accomplishment,

Sherri Coffelt:

because that's what stops people is they get into the course, and

Sherri Coffelt:

they get stuck in some way. And there's not something there

Sherri Coffelt:

that's helping them through that obstacle. So they give up. And

Sherri Coffelt:

that's where we'll start. As course creators. That's our

Sherri Coffelt:

responsibility.

Tara Bryan:

100% Well, and and just like all of us, right,

Tara Bryan:

there's, you know, this going on and this going on, and they may

Tara Bryan:

have great intentions. But if you don't have anything that's

Tara Bryan:

helping them progress, like exactly what you're talking

Tara Bryan:

about, then, yeah, then they're like, oh, yeah, I really need to

Tara Bryan:

get to that. I mean, I have courses like that, that I've

Tara Bryan:

bought, right? I really need to get to that. Yeah. And that he

Tara Bryan:

stays on the to do list forever, because I don't have time, time

Tara Bryan:

to get into it. And and if you're, you know, meeting with

Tara Bryan:

somebody and you know that you have to be prepared, then you

Tara Bryan:

tend to take a little bit more responsibility to get there

Tara Bryan:

because you don't want to let that other person down. Right.

Tara Bryan:

It's that accountability. We all need to yep, yep. Very cool.

Tara Bryan:

Awesome. Okay, cool. So what would be? So I have two

Tara Bryan:

questions for you what would be the first one is like, give us a

Tara Bryan:

tip, something that you see all the time that if only people

Tara Bryan:

would do that, then their course or their program would be so

Tara Bryan:

much better?

Sherri Coffelt:

Wow, if only people would do that, the

Sherri Coffelt:

rewards reward system that I talked about would probably be

Sherri Coffelt:

one of them, making sure that they have some way to

Sherri Coffelt:

acknowledge people for making forward progress. And I think

Sherri Coffelt:

the second one we haven't talked about would be creating a sense

Sherri Coffelt:

of community. One of the things people like about group programs

Sherri Coffelt:

is that they don't feel like they're alone. And creating

Sherri Coffelt:

that, that group dynamic people can learn so much from the

Sherri Coffelt:

questions other people ask, giving them that, that, that

Sherri Coffelt:

space to feel comfortable and confident that it's a safe space

Sherri Coffelt:

that they can ask any question, and that they can learn from

Sherri Coffelt:

each other. It's just, it's just invaluable in terms of creating

Sherri Coffelt:

that forward momentum.

Tara Bryan:

Yep, for sure. Awesome. Okay. And then, so if

Tara Bryan:

somebody is first starting out, okay, this is a two parter. So

Tara Bryan:

if somebody's first starting out, like a cloud, or you help

Tara Bryan:

them figure out like, what to teach and what they should be

Tara Bryan:

doing in their course, that's the first part of the question.

Tara Bryan:

The second part of the question is, when should somebody start a

Tara Bryan:

course?

Sherri Coffelt:

Great questions. So what the approach I take in

Sherri Coffelt:

my business is I use what I call creating your genius roadmap.

Sherri Coffelt:

And your genius roadmap is simply a way for you to take out

Sherri Coffelt:

of your head onto a least virtual piece of paper, how you

Sherri Coffelt:

support your clients in solving the problem and creating

Sherri Coffelt:

transformation that you promised them. So whatever your promises,

Sherri Coffelt:

think of that as the end of the roadmap, if you will, the end of

Sherri Coffelt:

the road, and you getting clarity on what are the literal

Sherri Coffelt:

steps if it's more of a sequential process. What are the

Sherri Coffelt:

pillars of success? If it's if it's not necessarily sequential,

Sherri Coffelt:

that make you unique in how you help people get to a specific

Sherri Coffelt:

end result? And the reality is we all have a process, whether

Sherri Coffelt:

or not we realize it. And I typically go through a process

Sherri Coffelt:

with clients where you're asking a lot of questions. It's like,

Sherri Coffelt:

think about your favorite client, what did you do with

Sherri Coffelt:

them first, and this having them be get out of their head? How

Sherri Coffelt:

they did work with that client to create that, that

Sherri Coffelt:

transformation. And when you do that for two or three, one on

Sherri Coffelt:

one clients, or even in a group, how you work with them, you can

Sherri Coffelt:

get pretty clear on that. So that's the first thing, then, in

Sherri Coffelt:

terms of where you start, once you have that genius roadmap

Sherri Coffelt:

laid out, the approach I take is now where along that genius

Sherri Coffelt:

roadmap, do you want to focus first, on helping your clients

Sherri Coffelt:

create success? Are you wanting to create a course or a program?

Sherri Coffelt:

Let's say? Because we've kind of talked about the hybrid hybrid

Sherri Coffelt:

approach? Do you want to create a program where you help people

Sherri Coffelt:

get from A to Z on that entire genius roadmap? Or do you want

Sherri Coffelt:

to focus in first on a particular stop or pillar if

Sherri Coffelt:

you're not an adequate sequential approach on that

Sherri Coffelt:

genius roadmap, my genius roadmap is five steps AI is

Sherri Coffelt:

fairly sequential. Most of my work focuses on the first three

Sherri Coffelt:

steps. And I do have some, you know, some go into the fourth

Sherri Coffelt:

and fifth step. But I really love to focus more on the first

Sherri Coffelt:

three steps, which are kind of pretty much from startup to

Sherri Coffelt:

multi six figures in your business. I have VIP clients I

Sherri Coffelt:

work with on on leveraging scale, which are my fourth and

Sherri Coffelt:

fifth steps. But for the most part, I focus on those first

Sherri Coffelt:

three steps, either is perfectly fine. But when you get clarity

Sherri Coffelt:

on that, then you know where to go with your program. And what

Sherri Coffelt:

you want to include in the course. In order to deliver on

Sherri Coffelt:

that problem that promise, excuse me, because the big

Sherri Coffelt:

promise you have for your entire zone of your work, if you will,

Sherri Coffelt:

can be bigger than the promise that you that you solve in a

Sherri Coffelt:

particular online course. That makes sense.

Tara Bryan:

Yep, yep. Yep. That's great. Yes, I love I love

Tara Bryan:

the roadmap, we talked about that all the time is, you know,

Tara Bryan:

what, what is the step from point A to point B, you don't

Tara Bryan:

just like get into a car and drive?

Sherri Coffelt:

Exactly right. You've got routes from LA to New

Sherri Coffelt:

York?

Tara Bryan:

Yeah, yep. Exactly. Awesome. Okay, so then, like,

Tara Bryan:

when should somebody get started? When they're trying to

Tara Bryan:

package their expertise, I think that there's a perception out

Tara Bryan:

there that you can just go from, you know, having an idea to

Tara Bryan:

packaging your expertise. But tell me a little bit about your

Tara Bryan:

philosophy around that. And when is the right time to do that?

Sherri Coffelt:

My philosophy is that as a newer coach or

Sherri Coffelt:

consultant, the best place to start is almost always not

Sherri Coffelt:

always, but almost always, with one on one clients. And the

Sherri Coffelt:

reason for that is multifold. The key reasons are number one,

Sherri Coffelt:

it's the fastest path to cash. Because when you're first

Sherri Coffelt:

starting out, you don't maybe don't have a list, you don't

Sherri Coffelt:

have a lot of people to draw from. So a lot easier to have

Sherri Coffelt:

people say yes, on a one on one basis, where you just talk to

Sherri Coffelt:

one person, ask them to work with you. And they say yes or

Sherri Coffelt:

no, than it is to get even a half dozen or a dozen people

Sherri Coffelt:

into a group program. So start with one on one, because it's

Sherri Coffelt:

easier to get some cash in that foundation going for you. It's

Sherri Coffelt:

also the greatest market research incubator that you can

Sherri Coffelt:

ask for. Because when you start working with those one on one

Sherri Coffelt:

clients, you in essence, are implementing whatever section if

Sherri Coffelt:

you will, of your genius roadmap that you promised them, either

Sherri Coffelt:

all of it or part of it. You're taking them through your process

Sherri Coffelt:

on a one on one basis. And you're going to learn from that,

Sherri Coffelt:

what works really well. What maybe doesn't work as well, and

Sherri Coffelt:

what's missing. And so many people that that jump into

Sherri Coffelt:

creating online courses, they literally go and they create the

Sherri Coffelt:

entire course before they even try to sell it, let alone

Sherri Coffelt:

deliver it. And what ends up happening is that when they do

Sherri Coffelt:

start delivering it, they realize oh my gosh, I've missed

Sherri Coffelt:

this and Oh, this isn't working at all, and the end up redoing

Sherri Coffelt:

it all. And that's a that's just breaks my heart because I have

Sherri Coffelt:

met people I'm sure you have to that have spent a year

Sherri Coffelt:

developing their online course never made a penny from it. And

Sherri Coffelt:

then it either does it sell or when they sell it for you to a

Sherri Coffelt:

few people. It doesn't deliver. Yep. And that's just oh my gosh,

Sherri Coffelt:

that just breaks my heart.

Tara Bryan:

It's like It's like this, this you know,

Tara Bryan:

masterpiece, and unfortunately, it's too early to make a

Tara Bryan:

mistake. As a minimum viable option, so Exactly, yeah.

Tara Bryan:

Awesome. Okay, cool. Well, we could talk all day like, I am so

Tara Bryan:

happy to have you on the show. And we'll have to have a second

Tara Bryan:

episode later where we can just dive into some more detail

Tara Bryan:

because it is, you know, what we talk about is all of the action,

Tara Bryan:

the tips, the tricks, the nitty gritty, in this podcast, and so

Tara Bryan:

I am just so thankful that you're able to share some of

Tara Bryan:

your expertise with us. It is fabulous. Yeah. And so if people

Tara Bryan:

want to learn more about you and and, and your stuff around the

Tara Bryan:

bucket list and building, they're building their

Tara Bryan:

businesses, where should they go to find you?

Sherri Coffelt:

Well, they can always reach out to me on my

Sherri Coffelt:

website at results partner.com That's results with an S partner

Sherri Coffelt:

70 singular, and there's a free gift there that they can opt in

Sherri Coffelt:

for it's called the Freedom finder checklist, great way for

Sherri Coffelt:

them to get started to see where they are on their journey to

Sherri Coffelt:

building their bucket lists life and maybe some steps along the

Sherri Coffelt:

way they might have missed. And I also connect with a lot of

Sherri Coffelt:

people on LinkedIn, it's my handles my just my name Sherri

Sherri Coffelt:

Coffelt.

Tara Bryan:

Perfect, awesome and those will be in the show notes

Tara Bryan:

so you can grab them. Thank you so much for being on with us

Tara Bryan:

today. And we will see you later.

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