Geeta Nadkarni
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Geeta Nadkarni is an expert in the field of publicity, marketing, and helping small business owners to grow their businesses.
  • Geeta Nadkarni is an award-winning journalist
  • She is a world-renown speaker and passionate entrepreneurship advocate
  • Nadkarni is an expert in DIY business growth strategies
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Geeta got her first paid writing gig when she was 12. In the 25 years since, she has had her name and face on TV, radio, print and new media including the New York Times, CNN, CBC, ABC, Reader’s Digest, Asia Pacific Broadcasting and more. She currently contributes to Huffington Post, Entrepreneur, Inc and Global TV.

She is a serial entrepreneur and specializes in helping info-preneurs (folks who turn information into transformation for their clients) follow a distilled strategy to create exponential growth in their companies. Her students have grown six- and seven-figure businesses often in their first 12 - 18 months by having the same 5 epiphanies she’s going to share on this masterclass and turning their knowledge into profit.

She likes to go fast. And have fun. And break rules​.​

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5 Reasons Why Building a Subscription Into Your Business Is a Winning Strategy

While testing this recipe for a five-figure webinar, my team and I discovered that though we seemed to get a ton of positive feedback in terms of the value we delivered, our price point was a deterrent.

At first, our team floated the idea of a “prequel” course, something that would help educate and prepare prospective clients so that they would not only be more interested in our flagship Baby Got Booked course, but also be in a better position to use it to its fullest. . . .

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Neuroscience Says These 3 Phrases Will Make Your Customers Buy More Often

People buy with emotion and justify with logic. In fact, neuroscience suggests that most buying decisions are made subconsciously - actually outside of the buyer's rational control. Harvard Business School professor Gerald Zaltman says that 95 percent of our purchase decisions take place unconsciously and our conscious mind actually makes up reasons to justify them.

Big brands like McDonalds, Burger King, and Pizza Hut have tapped into these bizarre brain biases by, for example, by choosing a color combination known to stimulate hunger. . . .

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3 Questions to Ask Before Ditching Your 9-5 Job

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★ The Truth about Financing a Small Business (Did it with a $300)

★ Coaching Is a Billion Dollar Industry But . . . This Is a Bubble Industry: 
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★ High-Ticket Selling When You Are Selling Yourself (or Idea)

★ Starting a Small Business When Your Business Partner Is Your Spouse

★ Gig Economy: The Best Thing You Can Sell (Information)

★ School Won’t Guarantee You a Job—How to Invest in Yourself

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