M3 Business Coaching: 8 STEP program
STEP 2: Who are you? - Identifying skills, talents, abilities, passions etc (Product) - What are you offering; what sets you apart? (Product) [Do 360Survey]
STEP 3: Who Are You Selling To/How To Get Them To Buy From You - Getting the customers you want and getting them to pay you what you’re worth - Where & How to find your crowd/customers (Place)
STEP 4: Preparing a Product Launch or Re-launch * Elevator speech * Clarify vision, mission and desired income * Creating an event
STEP 5: Getting Started Right on Social Media - How to use social media to be “famous” for what you do/sell/provide - How to use social media to boost sales/get clients or customers
STEP 6: Pricing & Promotion - How to price your products to sell (3 prong approaches) - How to run lucrative promotions
STEP 7: How to accomplish your goal - One BIG (long-term goal) - One small (short-term goal) - Create a daily worksheet (28 days at a time)
STEP 8: Master Q & A
*COURSE IS A ONE DAY GROUP MASTERCLASS WITH THREE FOLLOW UP COACHING SESSIONS
** Coaching sessions by appointment only
***Coaching sessions must be completed with 30 days of the MasterClass
Nomalanga Mhlauli-Moses is the founder of The Mocha Moguls.
Nomalanga is Mrs. Botswana Earth 2012. She was honored to place as the second runner up at the Mrs. Earth international pageant in August 2012. She is also the first ever Mrs. Botswana World and held the title from 2010 to 2011.
Nomalanga is a Business Coach who loves to help women successfully balance Marriage, Motherhood and Moneymaking.
The former beauty queen describes herself as a home-schooling blogger, wife and mother who is also a social commentator and life strategist. A prolific blogger, Nomalanga is a Sr. Editor and contributor at Your Black World, the hottest black news site on the Internet as well as the founder of the blogs healthyblackwoman.com and theblackhomeschool.com
As a businesswoman, Nomalanga serves as the Principal and founder of NOMA UNlimited where she offers success programs that help women building or grow their businesses while balancing marriage and motherhood.
She previously served as an Assistant Professor at a local College where she designed and instructed a Learning Community Seminar course she specifically created for women of color. The course was designed to help women be successful and lead healthy and balanced lives.
The Botswana native spent her college years in Providence, RI where she served as a “Big Sister” in the Big Brothers and Big Sisters of RI organization and also received her graduate degree in Teaching. In addition, she has two undergraduate degrees including a concentration in Psychology.
Her accomplishments as a businesswoman earned Nomalanga a nomination for the Network Journal’s 2010 Twenty Five Influential Black Women in Business Award. Nomalanga is also a self proclaimed “compulsive writer” and has published hundreds of blogs and articles pertaining to Black women leading healthy and balanced lives.