Have you bought into the hype that if you create the perfect sales funnel with the right upsell and down sell, you can rapidly earn millions? This is simply not true.
In 2006, when I told my mother that I was going to quit my job and start a business she exclaimed in the most horrific mom voice you can imagine, “Oh my God child, are you sure you’re doing the right thing? You’ve got such a good job.”
When you have a job and you decide to quit your “very good” job to start a business, everyone thinks you’re crazy to give up your job security because being an entrepreneur is risky.
What exactly IS reasonably priced? She said, “I’m looking for a business coach who is reasonably priced, can you recommend someone?” Suddenly her Facebook feed was a flurry of comments. One stood out to me and prompted this blog post. The commenter said, “I’m not sure what reasonably priced means to you.”
There are two kinds of buyers in this world, one that shops based on price, the other based on value. And before you dismiss what I am about to say, let me elaborate…
The New Year is on the horizon, it’s time to say goodbye to this year and hello to your future. There is always LOTS of excitement and motivation in the air as one year completes and another year begins. It’s a time for you to spend some time looking at your past year and dreaming of what the new one will bring.
The following is a list of tips for you to review the year past and the year ahead in both your personal life and in your business. These 21 tips are crucial for you to follow if you want to set yourself up for a crazy successful, happy and profitable year.
A few years back, I wasted almost an entire year of business growth on a project to create passive income. Let me explain…
I hired a coach for a healthy five figure sum and told him I wanted to create some passive income. At the time, I had a bunch of ebooks, and a few online programs that most certainly should be making me rich while I slept. This guy knew how to do this, he was smart, came with raving endorsements and all in all was a great coach and mentor.
You’ve probably heard a whisper of the latest major clothing company that has gone bankrupt. How exactly does a company go from $85 million dollars in revenue in 2014 to bankruptcy protection at the end of 2016?
According to analysts in this LA Times article, Nasty Gal’s growth was fuelled by heaving spending in advertising and marketing creating what is known as a leaky bucket situation.
Face it, business planning is far less exciting than birthing a new idea, in fact, it can be downright boring for a creative entrepreneur.
Business planning to the creative feels painful, constrained, complicated and lacking in free spirited fun. It doesn’t have to be that way.