Make Your Professional Relationships More Personal

I began my coaching career in my late twenties, and I was very aware that I seemed to be one of the youngest guns in the bunch. When I went to professional networking meetings, I acted like my normal outgoing and fun self. When I was teaching a live seminar or communicating in my ezine, I did my best to be professional.

I thought acting professional meant being serious, profound, and very “corporate” (whatever that means!). It took some undoing, but I finally ditched the façade of being professional. It was very hard to connect with people when I was focused on how I was communicating and trying to build credibility the old-fashioned way instead of simply being myself.

Everyone and their mothers are competing for your attention online… all promising amazing and miraculous solutions to whatever ails you and your business.

The one who gets the most clients and customers is the one who connects best with their targeted audience.

Your mission should be to create a love affair with your peeps… and that’s best done by utilizing your God-given talents.

I happen to be a little goofy and very curious. I also really care that the people who read my articles, enroll in my programs, and buy my products get massive value and make changes in their life and business. I make sure that I bring my enthusiasm, curiosity, and caring nature to every interaction I have with my peeps.

I’m very informal, so it was incongruent to my natural style when early in my business I wasn’t letting my warmth come through in emails to a potential client. I still have to periodically remind myself when I’m busy that I need to remember I’m talking to a human being, not completing a task when responding to an email or answering the phone.

Even when you’re following up with someone who has purchased your goods or services, don’t just pitch the next offer. Make the connection to the human who just bought from you.

  • Did they like their purchase?
  • Did it live up to their expectations?
  • How else can you support them?
  • If they have questions, is there an easy way for them to get answers?
  • Do they feel appreciated for doing business with you?

When you market, keep it personal. Sure, you want to make the benefits and features clear, but you want them to know that there’s a person behind the offer who truly cares about them.

Your brand and humanness need to shine through in every communication. Little details speak volumes.

For instance, I love it when I buy something in a store and my purchase is wrapped in tissue before being tucked into a nice bag. When you throw an expensive item in a cheap plastic bag, somehow I just don’t feel like it’s as important of a purchase.

Bottom line is that making your professional contacts personal will increase your number of raving fans. I consider my clients my friends. I DO socialize with them (even though I was told in coaches training that you can’t coach friends). I send them cards, notes, and gifts. I adore them! Why wouldn’t I be loud and proud about our relationship?!

If you want them to rave about you, rave to them! 


Jeanna Gabellini, is a Master Business Coach who assists high achieving entrepreneurs, corporate leaders & their teams to leverage fun, systems and intentionality for high-octane results. An entrepreneur for 20 years she has a treasure trove of kick-butt tools to give you peace & profits.   A Gift For You! Get your complimentary Business Building Audio CD “Transforming from Chaotic Entrepreneur to Conscious Leader” for the entrepreneur who wants to be a SUPERpreneur:

Categories: Business, Manifesting Desires, Personal Growth, and Success Strategies.

Turn Your Business Model Upside Down

I never thought much about my business model until almost twenty years into being an entrepreneur. I know: crazy, huh? My model was to get an idea, implement it, and keep doing it… if it was fun. But I didn’t have criteria to gauge what was working and what wasn’t.

Who cares if I’m constantly reinventing the wheel, as long as I can put food on the table?

Are you doing something similar? Maybe you have a well-thought-out model, but you’re unhappy and not producing as much profit as you’d like. Your model might feel confining or boring.

How about chucking your current model for something better? And what if you created a model that worked in harmony with your behavioral style, values, and lifestyle?

What if you kicked it up another notch and created a business model so cool that it put your creativity at an all-time high?

Turn your business model upside down, shake it out, and put it together in a way that 100% turns you on. You might be cringing right now at the thought of figuring out a business model. It might sound complicated.

Nah! It can be a simple, easy, and creative process. In fact, the end product can fit on an 8.5 x 11-inch piece of paper.

Get your fantasy hat on and ditch the voices of every business expert you’ve ever heard for this exercise. Answer the following, not worrying about how each question relates to the next. You’re connecting with your Inner Business Expert to speak your heartfelt truth.

  1. What do you love doing or offering? (You’re so energized by it that you could do/offer it all day long and be ready for more.)
  2. How involved do you want to be in the process?
  3. Do you want to sell to a few or to many clients/customers? (You’re not worrying about monetizing yet, so be honest about your preference.)
  4. Who do you freakin’ love serving?
  5. Do you enjoy offering a few things or many?
  6. If your business were a party, what would be the theme? Is it intimate and mellow? Is it high energy with fun food, drinks, and dancing? Are you playing poker and giving awesome prizes? Are people showing up in costumes, tuxes, or jeans?

Get all the components on paper. And if you weren’t worried about how all the pieces fit together, what would you be thrilled to offer and in what way? If you weren’t worried about offering products and services in the low, mid, and high price points, what would you offer?

Next, weed out any ideas that seem fun but won’t sustain your passion.

The last step to creating your model is to piece the components together in a way that flows for you and your ideal customers. And your pricing has to feel good in your heart yet support the profits you claim as your desired outcome (you might need some coaching on that, right?).

Your business model needs to support you. There are many models out there that shouldn’t work based solely on what business strategists say. And yet they do, because they’re passion mixed with well-thought-out plans.

When you do it your way, it’ll work much better. 



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Original Publish Date: May 14, 2013
Categories: Business, Manifesting Desires, Personal Growth, Success Strategies, and Wealth.

Focus Frequently On Your Frequency

If you’re wondering how to ensure your business plan becomes a reality and your biggest goals are achieved this year, there is one strategy that blows all the others away.

Focus Frequently on Your Vibrational Frequency! (If you want a brain twister, look up what Wikipedia has to say about vibrational frequency.)

I’m the kind of person who thrives on taking bold action, but action means nothing when it is generated from lack or fear. In fact, those actions can do more harm than good.

How you feel about money and success is more important than what you do to create it. How you feel determines your vibrational frequency.

Imagine a conveyer belt coming straight toward you. It’s loaded up with piles of money, super duper smart people, and amazing opportunities that are guaranteed to give you everything you desire in your business.

The speed of the conveyor belt is determined by how you feel. If you’re fired up about your business and completely inspired when taking action, that belt is moving miracles right atcha. Everywhere you turn, you experience helpful people and awesome synchronicities.

If you’re procrastinating, doubting your success, and stressing out, that conveyor belt has all but stopped. Nothing good reveals itself to you. You seem to experience one setback after another.

Your emotional state determines how fast or slow you vibrate (manifest) abundance into your business.

So why do you place more importance on productivity, getting it “right,” and efforting than feeling good?

When it comes to success, paying more attention, more often, to your connection to your Inner Guidance will yield massive spirals when it comes to your income.

As Abraham-Hicks has preached for decades, “Nothing is more important than I feel good!”

Whip out your business plan for the year and write in the biggest font possible:
Paying attention to how my goals, practices, and actions feel is my secret weapon.

If it feels good, it goes on the Hell YES List. Everything else is placed on the Hell NO List.

Get that conveyor belt moving at full speed by Focusing Frequently on Your Vibrational Frequency! 



Categories: Business, Success Strategies, and Wealth.

When is Good Enough Not Enough?

Sometimes it’s good to stay put and not make major changes in your business. A busy schedule, a crazy relationship, high stress, or a new pet or child in the family may be all that you can handle at the moment.

Focusing on one highly challenging situation at a time will prevent extreme overwhelm and physical illness from adding to your stress.

But what about when you know in your heart of hearts it’s time for change and you’re met with voices in your head shouting all the reasons you need to settle for what you currently have?

Any change you make in your business should be done at a time when you can get your head and heart behind it. Many entrepreneurs, myself included, have waited much, much too long before making important decisions in their business, and it’s cost us dearly.

For instance, maybe you’ve got too many tasks on your plate. You wish you could delegate some of the tasks, but you don’t trust your team to do it right or you’re scared to shell out the money. You know you can cram in a few extra hours of work this week and it’ll all get done. But then you create a pattern of overworking yourself to get it all done.

Or another example is a computer, employee, or system that can get the bare minimum done and nothing more. I used to work with an assistant who did what I asked and no more. He never came up with new ideas. He never thought about how each task impacted the rest of the project. The bottom line was that he was good at what I asked but not good enough to have me bragging about his work.

One day I asked myself, “Is this the kind of assistant who will take me to a seven-figure business?” I already knew the answer before I asked. My heart had known for almost the entire time he worked for me that he was nowhere near ideal. He excelled in many areas, but the ones that he lagged in caused my energy to plummet.

The only decisions I’m ever disappointed about are the ones I didn’t make sooner. I ask myself, “Why did I tolerate that for so long?”


I feared hurting someone.
I feared change.
I feared the switch to new technology or employees would cause major upheaval.
I feared the extra expense for upgrading a system, coach, or contractor.

Sometimes my fears came true but nowhere near what I’d anticipated.

And so what if the change came with a little turbulence?! Not making the change was creating more havoc and getting me nowhere fast.

But in the end, not settling for good enough and deciding to up my game always brought me immense peace, more profits, and more efficiency.

Value your business and life enough to choose to experience better than good. Great, magical, and amazing is what you want to feel about all aspects of your biz. When you think it’s doable, it will be.

Categories: Business, Manifesting Desires, Personal Growth, and Success Strategies.

Marketing Is A Four-Letter Word

“If only I knew how to market in a way that made people get the value of what I offer!”

Every time one of my coaching programs had few (or zero!) registrations, I cursed marketing. I knew it was the one thing standing between my ideal clients and me. And it really ticked me off!

I decided to channel that irritation into one of the most powerful tools in my business. I decided marketing could be fun and easy.

I also decided that I had what it took to be good at it.

  • How do you feel about marketing?
  • What kind of results do you expect from your marketing efforts?
  • Are you following your own rules or somebody else’s?

Shifting how you feel, what you expect, and 100% honoring your values when you market is going to change how many ideal customers say yes to buying from you each year.

Good marketing isn’t about quantity, it’s about creating heartfelt relationships with your tribe. People say yes because they get the value of what you offer.

And they can only understand the value when you feel strongly about what you offer and communicate that while standing in your power (with love, of course!).

You don’t have to replicate what the marketing gurus do when it comes to reaching out to your people to share your products and services. You just have to be you and stay true to your brand.

Many of you reading this may be on my email list and think, “Jeanna, I can’t send out an article every week or promote my stuff like you do.”

You don’t have to … and you could choose to make it easy (and dare I say fun?).

Once I decided to learn about marketing and do it the “Jeanna” way, I immediately got different results from every marketing action I took.

I never market when I feel scared about money or not 100% behind the offer. I never send out an email or put up a webpage that doesn’t feel true to my brand or values. I never talk about things that I can’t back up. If I promise it, I’ll deliver. And that’s why I can be fully in my passion when I speak about my products and services.

Marketing is just an extension of you. It’s called communication with the people who need your stuff most. You are helping them to create a solution in an ideal way.

And that makes marketing a beautiful thing. If you think marketing is yucky, then it’s going to be a bit challenging to make more than enough money to survive doing what you feel passionate about.

I suggest you make marketing a four-letter word: LOVE. Yep, spread the love. Only communicate the value of the solutions you offer from a place of inspiration and joy. Create a love affair with your ideal clients and customers.



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Practice Abundance to Increase Your Revenue

Everything you do is a practice. Got a messy desk? It’s a practice. Always find yourself needing to make more money? That’s a practice, too.

If you pay attention, you’ll notice that throughout your day most of your actions and thoughts are habitual. And often, that’s not a good thing!

If you practice something for a few weeks (or even a few days!) it can become an unconscious habit. You always attract more of the thoughts and actions you practice.

For instance, I notice on Mondays I ease into my workday by going through my email inbox. I don’t usually take any appointments on Mondays, therefore it’s a spacious day and designed to work on projects. It was not a conscious decision to automatically dive into email every morning and get sidetracked for hours answering them. This is how easy it is to get set in a behavior. It works the same way with attracting abundance!

You’ve heard that it takes 21 days of repeating an action or a thought before it becomes a habit, right? Well, how many habits do you have? Which ones help you attract profit? Which ones just suck up your time? Which ones literally work against you?

Take time to do a little self-check right now. If you don’t, you probably have a habit of not taking time out to create powerful new habits.

I’ll give you some examples from my own life.

Habits that support my abundance and peace of mind:

  • Walking
  • Mastermind meetings
  • Weekly business meetings
  • Delegating work to my fabulous assistants
  • Setting my intentions for each day (I do a minimum of six; I use Stephen Covey’s 6 Big Rocks formula)
  • Scripting out my business goals (writing stories about my goals as if they’ve already manifested)
  • Tracking my income/expenses
  • Breathing purposefully
  • Going to the gym
  • Creating specific goals in all areas of my life
  • Having structures in my life that keep me accountable to my goals
  • Listening to uplifting audios and videos
  • Checking email only 3 times a day
Habits that suck up my time (I stopped some of these years ago when I took inventory of my habits and found that these ticked me off!):

  • Checking email too many times a day
  • Reading almost every joke that gets sent to me via email from my family
  • Tearing articles/recipes out of magazines and then having to file them
  • Reading aviation articles that I know don’t impact me
  • Reading accident reports for skydiving (I used to skydive every weekend)

Habits that work against me (notice that many of these habits have transformed into habits that work for me, above):

  • Making business plans without accountability
  • Not forecasting with my finances
  • Being complacent about my team’s performance
  • Not delegating enough
  • Worrying about not making my targets
  • Not trusting
  • Loose targets with my team
  • Waiting until the last minute to get the articles to my VA for my ezine (used to drive my team bonkers!)
  • Waiting until after 6pm to go to the gym
  • Not taking time to read books
  • A messy desk

Habitual behavior is a direct result of your thoughts. For instance, if you constantly worry about not having enough money, you’ll begin practicing profit-sabotaging behaviors. But if you decided you were sick and tired of worrying about having enough money, you could intentionally begin to practice empowering habits around money.

Every time you accidentally slip into worry, consciously get your mind to focus on a visual of you rolling in money (doesn’t that sound fun?!).

Next, you could set up a minimum of two new habits to practice that will support the vision of you being surrounded in piles of cash.

Your new habits can be big or small. Your frame of mind and personality will dictate what is best for you at this moment. I like to incorporate both small and big habits when I want to increase my abundance.

The small habits keep you grounded on a daily basis and are easy to accomplish, increasing your confidence. The big habits create change quickly. They are defining. For instance, twelve years ago my business hit a big slump and I acquired a lot of debt. It felt out of my control, so I took charge and shredded all of my credit cards except my American Express business account.

That was powerful for me and it affirmed my commitment to my new revenue goal. I also created spreadsheets that tracked my income and my debt balances. This was a big deal for me to create, but a small thing to fill in every week. I began the practice of overdelivering to my clients.

Nine months later I was completely out of debt and I had doubled my income! Small practices led to huge results (thank goodness!).

Now, back to you. Which habits are you willing to drop right this moment?Choose two. If you feel apprehensive about letting them go, ask yourself what is possible by letting them go. You want to get connected to the impact these practices have in your life.

Now choose two to three new empowering habits that will serve your goal of abundance. Decide how you’ll stick to practicing these new habits while they are in progress.

By the way, all habits are your choice. Good, bad or ugly… you are the one that practices them. You can change them at any given moment. Do something different.

Baby steps lead to avalanches of revenue.
What’s your next baby step then?
Categories: Business, Manifesting Desires, Success Strategies, and Wealth.

Action is NOT The Answer

When you look for a way out of any corner, the first thing you usually ask yourself is, “What do I need to do?” It’s an okay question to begin the process of moving into solution. But an even better question is, “What was I focusing on that led me into this corner?”

You can trick yourself into thinking you are moving forward toward any business or personal goal by taking heaps of actions. You may even pat yourself on the back for making the effort. But have you ever noticed that you can bust your butt at work and still not feel like you’ve made much movement forward? I hear this a lot from clients. Heck, I used to be the one who’d work until midnight and still feel like I was never going to catch up with all that needed to be done.

Let’s just set the record straight: action is not the answer in most cases. Observing and poking around with curiosity at what you believe it will take to actualize a goal is a much better place to start. All actions are initiated by what you believe. If you think that going to networking meetings will build your business, then you’ll check into the meetings available in your area. If you think networking meetings are a waste of time, you’ll choose to market your business in another way.

But I’d encourage you to dig a little deeper with your beliefs. If you believe you need more expertise to be better at your job, business, or relationship, then you’ll constantly create situations that prove you aren’t smart enough to figure out the way to have success in that area of your life. You could try every technique in the “how-to” books and still be discouraged.

Why is action not the answer? Because the Universe is a mirror for what you believe and where you put your emotional focus.

It doesn’t care what you do; it cares about how you feel.

It always responds to your thoughts. Your actions are just an offshoot of your thoughts and therefore irrelevant when your thoughts are focused on what you desire.

Now, there are some cases where an action will make you feel better, therefore shifting your thought. But you’ll only gain movement forward when your focus changes.

If you are stressed out about money and make a plan to increase your income for the following month, it may inspire you to get excited about possibilities forthcoming. That shift in your confidence could be the very thing that will generate an increased income.

But action without shifting your focus is a waste of time and energy.

Shift your focus and beliefs, and then any action you take that feels good will support your desired outcome. In fact, you could take actions that didn’t yield results in the past but now they do. When your perspective is different, the actions seem to give you the Midas touch and everything starts going your way.




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Categories: Business, Manifesting Desires, Personal Growth, and Success Strategies.

Ask the Right Questions

Most ideas begin with enthusiasm. Sometimes you hit a roadblock in your mind as fast as the good idea came. Other times you begin to act on the idea and then find yourself stumped. Is it time to jump ship when the boat springs a leak? Not necessarily.

You could immediately try to plug up the hole. I recommend asking some questions first. Not just any questions, but the right questions. How do you know if they are right? They should lead you to an answer that will move you toward what you want.

In our example of a leaking hole, you could ask the following:

  1. Why do these things always happen to me?
    2. Should I sue the manufacturer of this ship?
    3. What is the best solution for fixing the hole in this moment?
    4. Who is responsible for allowing this hole to manifest?

Which question will attract the most useful response? The third question gets my vote. It will lead you to an answer that you can use to fix the ship and set sail. The other questions may get you a response that is interesting, but is it the most useful?

Who you are asking the question of is also important. Ask yourself the question first. Many times we have our own answers but look to everyone else for advice. You are your own best expert when you’re not caught up in the emotional drama of a problem. Calm yourself down before you begin asking questions. After checking in with yourself, you might then ask some other questions of people who will support you in moving toward your desired end result.

The types of questions you ask will reflect where you’re focused. Let’s say your goal is to have a ten percent increase in profits this month. Asking yourself, “What will happen if I don’t attract it?” is not a productive question. A better question is, “What is a simple way I can increase my profits immediately?”

I ask myself daily, “What is most important for me to focus on today?”

What’s the question you’ll ask yourself to be better aligned with your most important desire?





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Original Publish Date: July 19, 2011


Categories: Business, Manifesting Desires, Personal Growth, Success Strategies, and Wealth.

Backup Plans

When you have a goal or desire that is important to you, do you ever go into mental overdrive before you see the results? I know I have.

You can go into overdrive in several ways:

  • Thinking about every possible scenario that could go wrong
  • Thinking about solutions for every scenario that could go wrong
  • Anxiety striking, and when your head hits the pillow at night you have one- sentence mental loops like, “I’m not going to have enough money. I’m not going to have enough money”
  • Wavering back and forth between two or three plans of attack to manifest your goal
  • Stewing on the fact that you don’t know how to get the desire; feeling unclear and creating anxiety on “being stuck” or not knowing the next steps

Finally, you create a plan for what you’ll do as a worst-case backup. Now you’re just flat-out worn down and feel mentally beaten up.

If your backup plan doesn’t feel good, don’t count on it. Use a backup plan to soothe you, knowing you at least have a plan. Then make another decision. Make a plan, an intention, for the way you’d like to have it happen.

I have a perfect example of this. Some years back I had a rather large expense pop up that wasn’t planned. The cash wasn’t available, and the due date was looming. I say looming because I had begun to feel tension about not knowing how I was going to pay for it.

My mind searched for the worst-case scenario backup plan. The best I could come up with was to put it on a charge card. I checked in with how it felt. Not ideal, but hey, it’s a worst-case backup plan.

I let the backup plan take away my tension. Then I made the real plan: Attract new cash. Well, there was really no plan for how to do that. I just decided it would be so.

I checked in with my inner guidance and kept receiving the message that the money would arrive. I was going on pure trust because I was seeing no evidence that any new substantial amounts of money would be coming to me.

Then the “hows” began to arrive. I called the company to which I owed the money and asked if they could give me another week. The answer was yes. Cool.

Then I began to take a stand for the value that I bring to my current and future clients. I began speaking differently to inquiries about business. It wasn’t what I was saying but who I was being. It was a not a conscious effort. It just happened. The result was more than enough money.

Two days later the money I needed for the expense showed up—and so much more.

The backup plan was long forgotten by then. If you don’t have a plan, make one up.

Next, decide what you really want.

Then chill out so your best-case plan can unfold.

Do you have a backup plan? If so, let me know about it in the comments below.




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Categories: Business, Manifesting Desires, Personal Growth, Success Strategies, and Wealth.

How to Create or Upgrade Your Lady Mafia

How much money comes into your life is a direct result of what you consider to be the “reality” of how easy (or hard) it is to attract prosperity. You might have a great vision of yourself doing great work in the world and being compensated handsomely for it… but your environment may be dragging you down.

I asked Denise Duffield-Thomas, a manifesting maven, to share one of her secrets for upgrading your money setpoint. This girl just blew me away with her announcement of a three-book deal with the most badass publishing company in the industry! I wanna be like her when I grow up. ;-)


Do you ever get the feeling that your friends are bringing you down?

When you hang out with friends, do you feel like you can’t mention money because you think so differently than the people you’re hanging out with?

Don’t worry, we’re going to talk about what to do when you know you have to create or upgrade your lady mafia, and I have a great resource for you to use afterward, too.


Your lady mafia is that group of friends or mastermind buddies who you know will always have your back. These are your “ride or die” friends and mastermind buddies.

They’re the friends you celebrate your successes, your ah-has, and your screw-ups with.


You can outgrow your lady mafia.

It’s sad, but true: if you’re working on your mindset, your business, and your money blocks, and your fellow lady posse members aren’t, then chances are you’ll outgrow them pretty soon, if you haven’t already.


First of all, check who you’re hanging out with.

Are they friends who have all said that they want to start a business, but then just moan on about how they can’t quite decide what to do or that it’s too hard?

If you’re on fire with ideas and enthusiasm but your lady posse likes to sit and whine, then you’re not an energetic match… and I’m sorry, sweetheart, but it’s really likely that they’ll bring you down.

When that happens, you pay with decreased business motivation that reflects in your bottom line.

If you need to upgrade your lady mafia now, then here are a few ideas of how you can:

Suggest that you all study a mindset or manifestation course together, or read a book on the subject to lift you all up.

Give them a chance to get on the train with you, but if you expend a lot of your energy to keep everyone motivated and enthused, it’s not worth it.
You might have to face the fact that it’s time to cut your ties to that group.

Cut your ties. It can be as simple as saying that you can’t make your meetups anymore, or arranging other activities for yourself whenever the old group schedules something.

Manifest yourself a new lady mafia! This might sound hard right now, but if you’ve cleared a space for it and created a vacuum as well as gotten really specific about what you want, it will happen fast.

If you want immediate support with your money mindset and to release any money blocks so can upgrade your life… you’ll dig this.

(There’s no cost.)

This is also a great opportunity to connect with a new lady mafia, and once you learn to break through your money blocks, abundance will begin to flow toward you easily and without struggle.

It’s your time, and you’re ready for the next step.



Denise Duffield-Thomas is the money mindset mentor for the new wave of online female entrepreneurs. Denise helps women release their fear of money, set premium prices for their services, and take back control over their finances.

Categories: Business, Manifesting Desires, Personal Growth, Success Strategies, and Wealth.