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Amy Porterfield Quotes

Amy Porterfield Tips

Amy Porterfield quotes: here’s my favorite millionaire tips and thoughts from the list-building, webinar-launching, social-media-marketing, course-creating queen, Mrs. Amy Porterfield.

“Get honest with yourself.  Right now.  Right this minute.  And speak out loud what’s holding you back.”

“Any highly profitable entrepreneur will tell you that their sales funnel is absolutely essential to their success!”

“I like simple.  It feels right to me.”

“If you hate it, stop doing it.  If it makes you miserable, find a new way to get to the result you’re after.”

“The energy of your business is directly tied to your email list.”

“The art isn’t always in getting it exactly right the first time out, but in being humble enough to regroup when you know in your gut that something is off and you can make it right.”

“Good things come to those who work their asses off.”

“One of my success secrets is taking action daily to move my business forward.”

“I do my best work when I feel good in my surroundings.  For me, my office has to be a space I enjoy creating in — it’s a must!”

“In my experience, little by little, the shift toward something great begins the instant you make it known.”

“I know that everyone thinks free traffic is the sexiest thing ever, but you know what is even sexier than free?  Results!”

“Ads in the newsfeed get way better conversions than ads in the right column.”

“A mentor of mine recently told me that we are worthy because we exist.  That’s all.  Because we exist.  That’s a hard lesson for me to learn and maybe you too, but I believe it to be true.”

“Facebook is an investment, not a free place to post your stuff.”

“My business strategy has always been to learn from those that are getting results and model what’s already working.”

“You can’t play it safe and you can’t just work on the stuff that makes you feel confident, accomplished, and smart.  In order to create amazing shifts and transformations for your clients and customers, you’ve got to dig in and work on the stuff that is important, but might not come easy to you at all times.”

“What does your ideal audience need to experience, be aware of, or believe… in order to want or need your product?”

“Give them what they want in your free giveaways.  Teach them what they need to know in your paid offerings.”

“When I started my training and consulting business, I thought I’d have a lot more free time, since I’d be calling the shots and no one was going to be tracking my hours any longer.  I’d just left a job where I was working 60+ hours a week, so the thought of working less was beautiful.  But I quickly realized that building a business is no cakewalk, and I think, during that first year, I worked way more than my 60+ hours per week with Tony.  It was a big eye-opener, and I realized I needed to start making some boundaries or else I would be living on my computer 24/7.”

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