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Going back and forth with potential clients can be exhausting. There are so many questions to answer, and so many things to explain. Sure would be nice to have a way to streamline that. Oh hey! That’s what an intro packet is! Click through to learn how to streamline your client screening and onboarding!
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One of our biggest fears as small business owners is that our business will not appear professional and legit to others. We worry that it will look like we did it ourselves or that it won't reach the right ideal client. There are several things you can do to make sure that your brand and website come across as professional and well thought out.
Over 50% of small businesses fail in the first 5 years I believe that most small business owners are their own worst enemy. Despite having the motivation and vision to be a business owner, entrepreneurs make mistakes that can be avoided. Today you will discover 30 business mistakes that entrepreneurs make that doom their businesses. You’ll uncover tactics, mindsets and facts that will help you insure your business success! 1. They don’t spend time on the (non-sexy) foundational work...
Approaching tricky client situations is one of the largest topics of discussions online with creative entrepreneurs and small business owners. Many people are unsure about how to deal with clients that just don't seem to "get it". But here's the secret: it's not the client's job to get it, it's yours! Click to read the Top Six Secrets of Managing Client Expectations! ...