Posts from the Jenna Kutcher Blog
Top posts from the Jenna Kutcher blog teaching entrepreneurs how to run profitable and successful businesses. Topics include email marketing, social media…
The Best Digital Courses for Your Specific Kind of Biz
So often, people ask me to share the ONE course of mine they should start with. And they want to know whether they should take more than one to better accelerate and scale their businesses. So today, I’m breaking down which courses of mine go BEST with whatever type of business you run. Whether you sell t-shirts or coaching services, run a bakery or run an online boutique… I’m sharing how you can invest wisely in online education that best supports your business
The 6 Keys to Create Your Own Digital Course
I had this massive realization that digital course creators don’t have to have a doctorate. They don’t need 28 years to master an industry or craft to create an impactful, results-driven program, either. They just simply need to be able to get people results. That’s it! That means me or you or ANYONE who has a unique skillset or valuable information inside their noggin is capable of creating a wildly successful digital course.
Behind the Scenes of Our 4-Day Work Week Experiment
We, as a team, are testing out a 4-day work week for 90 days! So let me share a little research behind 4-day workweeks, how I finally made the decision to implement quickly, and how it’s going!
A Day in My (Current) Life: Work, Kids, Health, and More
I get it: a life like mine can kind of look like a mystery from the outside. How do I have time to run a massive business, work with a team, be a parent, care for my health, and do *everything* else I do — in the same 24 hours? In this episode, I’m not here to tell you how to PACK your days with every single thing and hack every hour and sacrifice your sanity in order to do it all. In fact, you might find I do far less than you imagine…
The 5 Questions Top Biz Leaders Are Asking Themselves and Each Other
Do you ever have those events in your life where it kind of forms a chasm, almost like this before and after? I feel like I have a lot of those, and a lot of times when I think about my career or where it’s taken me, I often take the time to trace the origins of a lot of those big things that unfolded before me. It’s funny because I can viscerally remember four years ago getting a text message with an invitation that really did change my life.