A few years ago, I discovered a tool that helped my business deal with a challenging time. It’s a question that entrepreneurs often don’t ask.
In the midst of the roller coaster, I have 3 ideas that can help you pause and reset your business this summer. Whether you are busy or quiet, these ideas will give you valuable insights and keep you growing in your future
In the midst of this global pandemic, there is alot of information being shared about how to help entrepreneurs navigate their finances. But there are a few questions that are not being asked. So we are going to dive into how to look at your finances like a CEO.
We SHOULD avoid info overload. But do we really understand how too much information impacts our business? ie. spending too much time watching the news or digesting social media updates on the virus. I dive in during my latest podcast episode and highlight why this warning is important for entrepreneurs, freelancers, and small business owners. […]
I was talking with a few entrepreneurs recently about goal setting. It’s that time of the year. You pull out the fancy planners and you think about, ooh, this is what I want to see happen in my business this year, and you set forth the goals. (Transcript of audio) The conversation got really, really […]
It’s the beginning of the year! And people are dropping coins on pretty planners and hip goal setting tools. Before you buy a planner or spend an afternoon thinking about your goals, I encourage you to listen to my latest audio. I dive into the mistakes that entrepreneurs often make when they are setting goals […]
It’s easy for people to dismiss the price of your services when they don’t know the value. Here are 3 tools to help you examine how to best share that value and shift out who might be a good future client.
If you are a “roll up my sleeves and I’m gonna get it done” freelancer or business owner, this post is for you. You are smart enough to know that overnight successes are rare. You believe that starting and growing a business will take work. Time. Resources. And you are not afraid to roll up […]
It’s easy to spend money on the things that don’t necessarily get money in the door but make you feel good. For the newly initiated, it’s often the “non shiny” stuff. Read for how to avoid this pattern.