Posts Tagged ‘entrepreneur’

Lessons in Business Development: Do You Have a Marketing Sales Funnel?

Every good marketing plan includes a sales funnel. The sales funnel is how you convert potential clients into paying clients and paying clients into invested and committed clients – fans of your work and your business. It’s the step-by-step process utilized to create awareness, education, trial, adoption, and finally sharing of your business/product/program/service. You have…

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Lessons in Business Success: 10 Quick Marketing Tips

When I teach, my programs are typically jam-packed intensives where students walk away with more information than they know what to do with. My recommendation is always to pick two or three things that you’re not currently doing and implement those immediately. In a few weeks, when you have those initial two or three that…

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26 Weeks to a Successful Business Launch

I’m often asked how to launch a successful business. While each one-on-one coaching client gets targeted, customized, specific direction, there are some commonalities that most start-up businesses can share. These are my recommendations in a week-by-week format to have your business up and off the ground in about six months (perfect option if you’re looking…

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10 Signs You're an Entrepreneur at Heart

For most of my adult life I have surrounded myself with entrepreneurs. I love being around them – they fascinate me. While I went the corporate route for around 20 years, I always had a business or two running on the side – I guess it’s in my genes. Personally, I advocate that everyone should…

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50 Business Products You Can Launch

I was working with a mentor a few years ago who, after reviewing my extensive list of products and programs, told me I should “Stop creating things” and begin instead to re-purpose what I currently had in place. I have to say it created some distinct discomfort within me. I am a creator. While I…

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