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I'm interested to know if any members have heard of a business co-op and if so have you heard of one geared to african-american women. No not a networking site, but a business co-op where there is a…Continue
Many micro businesses wear many hats including bookkeeper. Outsourcing is great but when you are at the beginning stages of your business outsourcing your bookkeeping doesn't seem practical…Continue
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PRICING STRATEGY TIP: Create the “Belief” factor for your ideal clients before selling to them. Don’t be the “Loomis Simmons” of your industry (remember that character of in Living Color, no? see the video and enjoy the laugh and learn something in the meantime). Simply creating a kick-butt product or program that you KNOW your client will love and hurrying to bring it to market is NOT the business. In fact a great product doesn't mean your client will…Continue
You left your corporate job (or perhaps it left you) and you’re finally self-employed. You get to finally live your dreams of business ownership right. but do you have the right mindset? Are you still treating yourself like an employee of your own business? What are the 3 things you need to do to shift your mindset from thinking "paycheck to paycheck" to thinking like a real employer?
When I said "that's IT" from my last corporate layoff (yes I had 2) I was…Continue
Multipassionate entrepreneurs often suffer from this...Self-competition - doing WAY too much in your business or having so many visions and passions that it's difficult and challenging to know exactly what to focus on - where and when to ask for help and how to really impact change with your work. What is the key "thing" you MUST know and understand if you desire your visions to truly manifest into real impact?
I'm excited to introduce my new PODCAST show…Continue
How to raise your prices without losing your clients
Eventually in your business you’ve probably considered or are forced to increase your fees or prices. And for many doing so without losing your most valuable clients/customers comes with a level of anxiety and perhaps fear.
Will they go to another competitor?
Will they begin to bad mouth me and tarnish my reputation?
Will they simply laugh at me and threaten to leave if I raise my prices another penny?…