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I recently announced to my email list that I’m quitting my podcast for now. Actually, I turned it into a teachable lesson where I explained how it’s okay to quit a project. I even encouraged my list to share some of the things they were quitting with me. To my surprise, many of them responded […]

Departments to consider outsourcing

Part of making sure you get paid is retaining current clients. After all, it’s easier (and cheaper) to retain clients than it is to find a new one. While the overall experience of your service will help retain people, you can start with your client onboarding. What is client onboarding? Client onboarding is when you […]

how much taxes

In the world of finance, there is always a debate about whether or not you should DIY your taxes. And as with all things finance, the answer is always “It depends.” (I know, don’t you hate that?) I can tell you that I have not done my own taxes in years. However, I did DIY […]

email sales

I’m currently running my first giveaway ever for my business. I’m in the process of running a giveaway where the prize is a free ticket to The Financial Blogger Conference in Orlando. I happened to have an extra ticket and rather than selling it, I decided to see if I could run a giveaway to […]

Due Small Business Sales

It’s really frustrating when every sales prospect you speak to is a flop. I know because I hear it from business owners all the time. They feel like their market is broke, people don’t get what they do and everything is hopeless. The solution is to create a consultation application. What is a consultation application? […]

checkout experience

I have a friend who just quit her last corporate job. In a matter of two months, she’s managed to have $39,000 of proposals out. She’s also closing sales left and right. While hanging out with her recently, she mentioned how closing sales is easier than she thought it would be. She had no prospects […]

Departments to consider outsourcing

Sometimes your best course of action is to stop outsourcing. The reality is that outsourcing too much is a thing and it can easily lead to profit leaks. The good news is it can also easily be avoiding. Now, this may sound counterintuitive. After all, as a business owner, you can’t do everything by yourself […]

increase sales performance

One of the biggest things I’ve had to learn over the years is sales tips for creatives. Even though I now understand business and finance, this wasn’t always the case. I am a creative before I’m anything else, and I had to learn how to think like a business owner – starting with sales. I […]

Depending on your audience, Instagram marketing is a great way to get the word out about your business. As someone who loves Instagram for both personal and business reasons, it’s also a lot of fun. Over the past couple of years, I’ve grown my Instagram following from 700 followers to over 13,500 followers. I’ve also […]

marketing your small business

One of the main issues I help students and private coaching clients with is overcoming the fear of criticism. It’s a crippling fear that can keep business owners from asking for fair pay, marketing themselves or putting themselves out in the open. First, let me say that this fear is quite normal. No one wants […]

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