Laura Gisborne

About Laura Gisborne

Laura Gisborne is a highly successful business expert with over 20 years experience. From structuring and selling small boutique businesses to owning a multi-million dollar wine and real estate empire, Laura has owned nine businesses, her first when she was only 23 years old. Laura is an Internationally recognized speaker and serves as a business consultant for business leaders and entrepreneurs in a wide range of industries. The innovative business model of her company, Legacy Leaders Global, exemplifies that companies can be both profitable and purposeful. Through her initiatives, thousands of women and children are receiving regular contributions in multiple countries across 5 continents. Locally, she has served as a Guardian Ad Litem for foster children through CASA, Parent Education Coordinator for Family Outreach, Board Member for Habitat for Humanity, Sedona School District, and Global Women’s Empowerment Fund. She is the author of the book, “Stop the Spinning – Move from Surviving to Thriving” and has been featured as a guest expert on both CBS and ABC, as well as on the national hit show, “The List.” Learn more about her work at www.lauragisborne.com or contact her at laura@lauragisborne.com

Feminine Leadership

It is such an exciting time to be a woman. Paradigms are being broken daily, and we are being called to step into our leadership in whole new ways. Each year, we host an invitation-only leadership conference for women business owners who are committed to philanthropy. Most women don’t identify themselves as philanthropists. However, I’ve found that giving back is one of the main characteristics of truly successful women in business who lead from a place of balance and femininity.

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Top Three Things to Know about Boosting Your Business with Live Events

Live events are one of the most powerful tools for attracting new clients and for building your community. Live events give you the opportunity to both build relationships with potential clients and to deepen relationships with existing clients.

Hosting an event might feel out of your comfort zone, but the benefits are worth it and there are some things you can do to make it easier. For best results, focus on these three main areas. The rest will fall into place naturally.

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Marketing and Sales: A Love Story

Are you in love with your business? How about your clients? Your team?

Most entrepreneurs are deeply creative beings who long to serve others. Business requires us to constantly expand in areas that we don’t always love, like “marketing,” “conversions,” and, the dreaded, “sales.”

The way I see it, business is a love relationship. Our clients give us the opportunity to earn a living by serving them. Of course we love them. We just aren’t always clear about how to reach them.

Good marketing means:

  • Knowing who your ideal client is and not allowing yourself to spend time with people you are not here to help
  • Listening to your clients’ needs so you know exactly what they are struggling with
  • Letting your potential clients know that you are committed to partnering with them to generously create solutions together

If your marketing is done well and you establish caring relationships with your ideal clients, the sales will literally close themselves.

Your job is to provide solutions to problems. In the sales process, you only get to the solution when you have earned somebody’s trust. To earn that trust you must do a little warmup; a little marketing.

When you focus on solving another person’s problem in a unique way, marketing and sales become a joyful dance you welcome each day in your business.

Here is a link to a webinar that may offer some additional insights to Sales with Ease.

Consider joining us at one of our upcoming mastermind events to gain tools to make your entrepreneurial journey a joyful one.

Our Limitless Women Leadership Conference will be held April 7-9, 2017, in Newport Beach, California.

Money, Marketing and Sales Retreat for Women will be held June 14-16, 2017 in La Jolla. Details are online at www.lauragisborne.com.

Where to Focus When

You can achieve anything you want when you focus your energy and passion. Your passion may be about your business, but your focus may be on responsibilities: your day job, your partner, your kids or your parents.

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How Giving Causes Growing

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We tend to think that we’ll make a difference when we “get there.”  This doesn’t work, since the giving actually causes the growing. If you wait until you get there, you never actually get there. 

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Too Busy? Try this.

alarm-clock-590383_1920Want to add free time to your busy schedule? Here is a simple practice that saves sanity. I use the free Google calendar connected to my Gmail account.

To simplify your life, first set up your Google calendar, and then let go of these two things:

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S.E.L.F.C.A.R.E. to Succeed

Human Hand, Spirituality, Sunrise.

I am frequently asked, “How do you do everything you do, and still find time to take care of yourself?”

I think the answer lies in knowing where to focus. After many years of not doing this very well, I have finally found that there are a few things that, when I do them, make life and business easier and more enjoyable.

Sleep. Sleep is non-negotiable. Adults need seven hours. No exceptions. No shortcuts. Schedule it.

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TWIB Radio with Laura Gisborne: Stop the Spinning

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Laura Gisborne shows us how to “Stop the Spinning” in your life and business by creating systems for business, life and self-care. She also discusses how to hire a team and how to use philantrophy in your business, even if you are brand new. Laura Gisborne Headshot New Resize 3x4

How Do You Know When to Leap?

Laura G Digital graphic 3You may be on a slow and steady path of growth, but I have found that the greatest experiences and opportunities often present themselves as “leaps of faith.” Embrace these opportunities even if they seem risky at first. Try following this system to help you decide if you should make the leap.

Ask yourself these five questions:

1.    Do I trust the source? Is the opportunity being presented by someone I know, like and trust? What is my intuition telling me? Do I feel excited about this new venture, or am I putting it off because I just can’t get my head around it?

2.    How will the change affect my loved ones? Change is constant. Fortunately my family is not frightened by change, but I have built my businesses around my core belief that there is nothing more important for me than being a mother. Even now that my children are young adults, I still ask myself this question as it pertains to them and to my husband.

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Laura Gisborne
is our Thriving Woman of the Week!

Laura Gisborne Headshot New Resize 3x4 How long have you been in business? 27 years, 9 different companies.

Why did you begin your business? I married into the first one, then each one spun off from there.  I usually saw a hole in the marketplace, and an opportunity to make money doing something creative.

What is your mission for your business? To break cycles of poverty by healing the poverty consciousness of leaders in business.

If there was one thing you wish you knew before you began your business, what would that be? Not to waste time learning how to do things (web related especially) that would not generate revenue or provide services that I am uniquely experienced to share.

What is a guiding principle that you use in your business? Service first.

What makes you a thriving woman in business? The community I surround myself with.

What do you love about being a thriving woman in business? I am continually humbled and honored at the opportunities to serve that I am presented with now that I have learned how to receive.

What is the next big thing or dream for you in your business? Having our television show raise $1 million dollars for charity.

How can our readers connect with you? www.lauragisborne.com