The #1 rule for launching

It’s clear that I’m not a woman who loves rules.

I was raised by hippies.

I did not have a curfew. Ever.

I was raised with the belief that my parents are humans and therefore, they make mistakes. If I didn’t think a punishment or rule was fair, I could challenge them and negotiate.

When it comes to launching, I have only one rule (I’m pretty sure Mom and Dad would approve).

Watch this week’s video to learn my #1 rule for launching.

This #1 rule for launching your next #onlinecourse will set you free @FaridehCeaser TWEET THIS

Who has been a big support for you in your launch? Do you know who you’ll be approaching to help out on your next launch?

 PS. In the next few weeks I will release “The Fun & Simple Launch” the nuts & bolts step-by-step program to walk you through your first launch. Put your email below to be the first to learn more.

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  • Great stuff Farideh! Definitely hiring you when the time is right 🙂
    Thanks for the useful information!

  • Great tip thanks! I love the idea of checking in with friends and family so they know why I’m a bit distracted in October!

  • I totally agree. I know i do this anyway because i am a talker but to be intentional is key i think in rallying support. I think we all inherintly want to support and love on one another and support anytime and especially during a launch is important.

  • My launch team is awesome! I tend to be bit techy when it comes to sites, HTML and testing, so much of my team is mostly emotional support, so of course the hubs and my mama bear are on board, my biz bestie Ashley Scott of Ashley Scott Fitness and my other big dreaming bestie Elyse! <3

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Nikki-Elledge-Brown-300x300I love how Farideh takes the overwhelm out of something we all tend to resist like crazy (even though we *know* it can lead to direct ROI!). The way she breaks each step into simple (often melodic) chunks is as delightfully refreshing as she is.
Nikki Elledge Brown,