Tracey Jazmin is a Neurolinguistic Programming Practitioner who specializes in helping creative women entrepreneurs reach the next level in their business by upgrading their mindset and business with game-changing NLP tools and strategy.
What inspired you to start your business?
Just one trick? That’s a tough one! I (and any successful business owner I’ve ever asked) credit our success in scaling our business to our belief and trust in ourselves. Work on believing in yourself and trusting yourself to step into the next level first (mindset) before you try to find the latest and greatest strategy, marketing or branding trick.
I started my business 9 years ago as a photographer and in that time have been both a successful wedding and branding photographer. I began my business to have the freedom to do what I love, and help my clients in the process.
I was inspired to step into the next level in my business as a Business Mindset Coach when I saw how many women were feeling stuck and overwhelmed in bringing their version of success to life in their business.
Having been there myself as a photographer, I knew what they were experiencing and decided to guide others through that experience so they too, could reach the success they desired.
Who do you serve and how do you help your clients?
I serve creative women entrepreneurs who are feeling stuck, overwhelmed and are ready to reach the next level in their business.
I help my clients grow their business with a balance of science, strategy and spirituality via Business Mindset Coaching. I use life-changing NLP tools to help my clients upgrade their mindset while simultaneously strategizing, organizing and creating a step by step action plan to reach their goals.
I offer both group coaching (The Evolving Entrepreneur) and private 1-on-1 coaching (The Elevated Creative) containers to help them step into their highest potential.
What are the top 3 mistakes you see being made in your industry?
What is your top trick for female founders & CEOs who are looking to scale their business?
1. Self-titled mindset coaches who are uncertified offering mindset coaching and not helping their clients make sustainable change to create real transformation. 2. Clients waiting to invest in coaching until it’s “bad enough” and not seeing coaching as a way to elevate their growth mindset, as well as a lack mindset. 3. A lack of compassion, care and empathy for clients to get real results which has translated into industry stereotypes that coaches are sleazy and just “in it for the money”. There is an overall lack of ethics and transparency.