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Natalie Sisson
Works at The Suitcase Entrepreneur
Attended Victoria University of Wellington NZ
Lives in My Suitcase
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Japan's second biggest Buddha was impressive #kamakura #japan
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If you're having trouble focusing, or figuring out what the heck you should be doing to get paid to do what you love then my latest video is for you.

Seriously, take a few minutes to watch it now. I know you'll learn a lot and this is damn important. Discovering and honing in on your niche is so key to building a real business.

+Becky Crouch  this one is for you as it's your question!

How to Pick a Niche and Find Your Sweet Spot
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Love it +Becky Crouch!!
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Guess who found a New Zealand gift shop in Akasaka Tokyo! #nz #tourism
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Webinars seem to be all the craze as of late and next week I'm releasing a megapost on how to go about using these incredible marketing tools to make more sales and build your list.

I think the reason a lot of people aren't using them for their own business is either because they tried and failed miserably or haven’t started because they don’t know how or are worried no one will show up!

There is A LOT of confusion out there with setting one up. Everyone seems to be using Google Hangouts for their webinars and are running them on Google+. BIG MISTAKE.

Google Hangouts are great but you should ALWAYS be hosting your webinars on your website. By getting visitors to register for a webinar on your site, you grow your email list and business in ways you can’t with anything else. Want to know how?

My friends Omar and Nicole at Business Republic are launching the DIY Webinar Guide, a complete step-by-step system on how to plan, promote, and run successful webinars on your website using Google Hangouts. 

They walk you through exactly how to create registration pages, confirmation pages, webinar pages and even replay pages on your website using Google Hangouts. You also learn how to teach, present and sell on your webinar with their complementary Teaching & Presenting Handbook.

They have some limited specials going on today, so check them out if you want to master webinars and grow your business with them. #webinar   #DIYbusines   #hangouts  
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+RM Harrison awesome!!
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Spotted a traditional wedding couple taking a ride on a rickshaw today here in Kamakura.

Next up is an archery festival at the temple.

Being a tourist today. How about you?
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It was sort of fun. It would also have been wrong for a pair of bikers to not stop at another biker in distress. :)
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Mathematicians' New App May Have the Answer for Jet Lag .

If like to try this app but in the meantime I love the inflight drink 1Above #travel #antijetlag via +Mashable
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Got the spring back in my step today. Hired 5 new team members and now topping it off with showing friends around my hood!

Even better we've been welcomed by the locals everywhere and found out there's a bar and restaurant event tonight where we can discover a bunch of new places and get drinks for just 300 yen ($3) #awesome #onlyinjapan 
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Havin' fun, good for you!!!
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Are you someone who loves a lot of different things but aren't sure which one to focus on?

In this week's lifestyle video I talk all about narrowing your focus, finding your niche and discovering your sweet spot.....that's what she said ;)

#HowToPickANiche   #SuitcaseEntrepreneur
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I've watched this trend for years +Elizabeth L Juarez-Brockway that those kicking ass are always making the extra effort and consistently.

People undervalue how much effort you need to put in too and for how long to get results 
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Loving the answers on the best place to work from in the world if you could work from anywhere on this interview I did with the WPCurve guys. Leave your comment on their post and be in to win a copy of my Kickstarter Guide!! #digitalnomad #internationaltravel
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Showing entrepreneurs creative ways to run their business from anywhere using online tools, social media and worldsourcing
  • The Suitcase Entrepreneur
    Create Successful Women Entrepreneurs & Social Media Personal Training, present
  • British Medical Association
  • Bausch & Lomb
  • Schwarzkopf Professional
  • NZ Lotteries Commission
  • Motor Industry Association
  • No 8 Ventures Ltd
  • Connection Point Systems Inc
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My Suitcase
London - Vancouver - Wellington - Auckland - Buenos Aires
A Kiwi Entrepreneur, traveling the world and empowering others to build a business they can run from anywhere
I love living life to the full and making the most of every moment.

I'm passionate about the intersection of entrepreneurship, online business, digital products, social media and international travel.

I enjoy personal development and constant interactions with interesting and culturally diverse people.

I coach others on how to use online tools, social media and worldsourcing to create freedom in business and adventure in life.
  • Victoria University of Wellington NZ
    Information Systems & Event Management, 1997 - 2000
  • Otago University NZ
    Certificate in Fitness Management, 2005
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Andres provided outstanding attention to detail for our trip to Japan. We had an amazing day visiting a Sake Distillery and a Tea Factory and with all the right personal touches and a very knowledgeable guide. I was most impressed with Andres knowledge and quick responses on our options for the group. As well as how organized everything was with a detailed itinerary and instructions all sent in advance. Now Boutique Japan Travel Company is my go-to resource for everything as I continue to travel and enjoy my time here.
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