It’s sad but true. Entrepreneurs run around struggling to master three things to have the business, revenues and clients they desire.
1. Perfecting their sales strategy.
2. Developing and executing the perfect marketing plan.
3. Filling their pipeline so that clients are ready to work with them on a consistent basis eliminating huge month to month swings in income.
It is absolutely true that you need sales and marketing along with a full pipeline, but this isn’t the core issue. The real problem is the chaos you feel as you move through your day trying desperately to manage all of those moving parts.
What to do first? What’s the best way to increase revenue? How are you going to get all of these things done? What’s the fastest way to bring in clients? What will you actually be able to finish? What’s going to give you peace of mind? How to get yourself focused and moving? How to do all of this and manage the business you already have?
I have decided to host a teleseminar, during which I’ll discuss just how to stop struggling and start making the money you deserve by showing you how to identify what’s going to be most profitable for your business.
Now the really exciting part…during this teleseminar you will have the opportunity to ask me questions about your business and have me laser coach you right on the spot.
Click here to register now!
Here are the details:
Date: Tuesday October 18
Time: 8pm ET
Your investment: $0
Value including Profits, Clients, Peace of Mind: Priceless!
Click here to register now!
I am going to be recording this session so sign up even if you can’t attend live. But remember…you must be there live to have the opportunity to be coached on your situation.
OK, got to go…speak with you on Tuesday!
My sons, Eric and Josh, graduated from middle school last week. I had a conversation with them about moving onto high school. I expected to hear “I’m looking forward to high school,” “I’m nervous” and “I hope there isn’t that much more homework” but, after all of the complaints I heard this past year, I was surprised that what came out of their mouths was “I’m going to miss South Orange Middle School,” and “I really like my teachers.”
Middle school served Eric and Josh very well. They learned. They matured. They made mistakes, which they hopefully learned from. They met people and learned how to interact with peers, teachers and leaders. They learned to be part of a team and how to lead teams. They learned a lot about responsibilities. It was a good place for them to be.
So why not stay put?
Nobody ever considers staying in middle school beyond graduation because once you’ve graduated you’ve learned what you needed to learn there. How many times can you take the same science or math class? How many times can you write the same essay in Language Arts? Middle school was a vital stepping stone but it was just that…a stepping stone on a journey to another place. Sure it can be scary and there may be a few tears but unless you move on and take the next step you stagnate and won’t continue to learn and grow.
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