How would you describe the work that you do? And, what problem do you solve?

I am a coach and a consultant for coaches and agencies. I help them get more clients in their business, but providing lead gen (Linkedin or FB Ads), creating sales funnels and optimizing for conversions, setting up email messenger bot as followup.

Why is building a tribe important to you?

In the past I have been fishing on LinkedIn which works extremely well and using paid facebook ads. When I get on a call, 90% of the time the person has not consumed enough of my content to be ready to buy. This is what I talk to my clients about as well. Having a tribe, gives me the platform to build credibility prior to asking for the sale.

What excites you most about building a tribe?

Having one place where I need to show up for, instead of 10 (instagram, pinterest, etc). Getting on calls with people that would love the opportunity to work with me and me not having to sell my value.

What do you see as being your biggest challenge in building a tribe?

What content I should share in the group.

What is the legacy that you would like to leave on planet earth?

On my tombstone it should ready “She was there when we needed her most” I am here on Earth to help people when they “feel’ confused, stressed, out of options. I am a problem solver.

Tell us one thing about yourself that not many people know?

I wanted to have 10 children, probably because I am an only child and didn’t have someone to play with most of the time.

How would you describe your life outside of business?

I live in North Carolina, I am married with 3 children. We enjoy the beach, would love to have a home in a community with beach access. We also spend time playing games, watching movies, and swimming. We also travel as a family, we have been to Africa where my husband is from, enjoyed cruises, NYC, and many other places, especially Myrtle Beach where we go at least times per year.

Where can people connect with you?

Group:Coaches Tech MovementFacebook Page: Doresa Coaching / LinkedIn Doresa Ibrahim