How to Sell to People That Don’t Have Enough Money | Curator Coaching Session

One of my favorite parts of what I do is getting to coach Social Curator users in all different industries all over the world.

Whether it’s in a private session to air on the Jasmine Star Show or in Group Coaching sessions in our private Social Curator Community, I love helping business owners in all different stages!

That being said, this coaching session is no exception.

I loved getting to know Karen, Celeste, Sarah, and Chrystal, and empowering them to make bold decisions to push them outside of their comfort zones and onto the path to success.

In this episode, you’ll hear my raw answers to the following questions:

  • “What’s the best way to approach the same ideal client who is at different stages in her life?”
  • “How do I sell to people that don't have the money for my services?”
  • “How do I go from telling our story to inviting followers to make a purchase?”
  • “How do you bring your brands together when you wear multiple hats in each of them?”

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Karen Greenoe

Karen is a floral designer and educator from Charlotte, NC. In 2009, she decide she was sick of her corporate career and founded Lily Greenthumb's. Since then, she and her team have designed over 1,000 weddings and events all over the southeast. When she's not designing (or teaching floral design!) you can find her having nightly dance parties to Jimmy Buffett in her living room with her husband and two daughters.

Celeste Sánchez

After going through huge money problems in 2014, Celeste realized that so many mothers (and women in general) need information about how to handle their money every month, how to pay debt faster, make a budget, use credit cards wisely and help their families do better with money. So in 2020, she created Dinero en Orden and went full time with her website, Instagram account and podcast, so she could share what she learned and help other moms. Celeste is a journalist and mother of two sweet girls, and she dreams of making a difference in the lives of thousands of moms and their families.

Sarah Capehart

Sarah is a 31 year entrepreneur but a brand new CEO and corporation owner who lives in Indiana with her husband of 28 years and her 13 year old Westie. She has 2 grown daughters and with that, Sarah finds herself in wedding season again (1 down, 1 to go!), which is one of the main things that fuels her work. She started Alegria Accessories in 2021 to create jobs for the young women who grew up in the orphanage her parents founded in Honduras 23 years ago. They design and handcraft jewelry in Honduras in a safe environment for generous living wages. Their mission is to interrupt the systemic poverty that perpetuates the orphaned and abandoned children that can be subject to horrible circumstances, trafficking and starvation.

Chrystal L Graves

Chrystal L. is a Hairstylist, Educator, Salon Owner, Non-Profit Co-Founder, Diversity Strategist and Founder of All Hair Academy. She is a firm believer that diversity is not an option but a necessity. Her mission is to promote equality and equity within the beauty industry by supporting future beauty leaders build successful businesses with inclusivity and create a safe space where everyone feels like they belong.

She is not only a successful business owner, but also a person who is motivated by a higher cause. Chrystal is passionate and dedicated in serving her local community in Columbia, MO by co-founding the non-profit BOLD Academy, an organization that supports, nurtures, and enhances the leadership skills of Black and Brown girls in Columbia.

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