67: Carolynn Ananian

Carolynn’s take on entrepreneurship is unique and honestly a breath of fresh air amongst all the $10K per month hype and “Be your own boss!” stuff plastered all over social media. We covered sooo much awesomeness in this episode. Asking the right questions, using leverage and figuring out what motivates you – plus a rant or two for extra spice. Listen now. 

Can’t-Miss Moments From This Episode:

  • Question: “How can I get started?” Answer: Don’t ever ask that question again. Hate to break it to you, but there is such a thing as a terrible question. Carolynn and I get a little ranty on this one.
  • What kind of subliminal message are you sending to your prospective clients with your pricing?
    (hint: it’s OK to be Neiman Marcus, and it’s OK to be Dollar General. But you better know WHICH on you are).
  • Are you investing in your business? If your answer is “no,” allow us to offer you a quick mindset adjustment on the incalculable value of spending both time AND money on your skills.
  • Counterintuitive advice: why Carolynn insists (and I agree!) that having a day job can help you be a much better entrepreneur.
  • How to distinguish legit mentors and coaches from BS artists: Carolynn’s simple test for figuring out who’s a true expert and who’s just flexing on IG.

This one is jam-packed full of advice. Don’t miss out – listen now!

Carolynn’s Bio:

Carolynn Ananian is a financial copywriter at Money Map Press. Despite the pandemic and one of the worst stock markets in Wall Street history, she’s still sold a buttload of investing newsletters and made her employer a lot of money when other businesses were closing their doors. 

Carolynn spends most of her time building sales funnels and upselling customers. Her specialty is finding the “hidden money” – the opportunities most businesses overlook when it comes to quickly scaling revenue. Carolynn has not written any NYT bestselling books, but her mom thinks she’s awesome.  

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