Why do people hire me as their small business coach?
Reason #1 – So you stop wasting time
Yes, you can read free resources online. Or attend events or workshops. But that doesn’t mean you are any closer to your personal solution.
Information is free these days. But figuring out a solution that fits your business and entrepreneurial leadership like a glove requires someone who can dive in deep and listen to what matters to you.
And my solutions come from years of working with entrepreneurs. I’ve delivered numerous workshops. Taught 50 hour “Start a Business” courses. And worked with a long list of clients one on one to find solutions for their businesses.
So you can continue to wade through all of the “free” info. Or you can decide that you really want the solution and bypass the wait.
Reason #2 – Because you have no idea how to really market or sell your service
And it’s too big a topic to start while you are searching for clients.
Honestly, you are not alone. Most service based business owners have not formally been educated on these topics. Or worked professionally in these areas. So they struggle.
End the crazy cycle by hiring Malla to help you customize a marketing or sales plan that is easy to follow and keeps you motivated because you are finding clients.
Reason #3 – You need a boost of confidence
One of the oft-missed topics for small businesses is entrepreneurial leadership. Whether you have dreams of a lifestyle business that allows you flexibility or you want a small team that helps you reach hundreds of customers, you need entrepreneurial leadership skills. And the confidence to handle the inevitable bumps that come along with owning your business.
So work with a coach who has won business plan competitions, received press like a feature article in the New York Times and is totally committed to helping you systematize your strengths in your business.
Malla Haridat is an award winning entrepreneur, author and founder of the New Designs for Life Training Company.
Malla has been recognized by the Mayor of New York City for her work as a mentor to entrepreneurs.
She has won the NYC Small Business Award for entrepreneurship innovation.
The New York Times did a full-page article on her work and said “Malla Haridat gets people thinking like an entrepreneur.”
Malla Haridat is a contributor to Black Enterprise Magazine, HuffingtonPost and has been quoted by Fox Small Business and Inc.
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