7 Must-have Features for Your Blog Blogs are a great way to connect and build relationships with your potential clients. Depending on what you talk about, they can help you reach a completely new audience and they give your audience a way to get to know you and your brand, and to participate in your community. All of these are important for both growing your business and growing your blog following.
Owning a business can be great, as long as you go in with your eyes open. Here are common misconceptions: I’ll be my own boss. Your customers become your boss, and can hire and fire you like any corporate superior. I’ll have more free time. You’ll likely work more hours until your business is ready to thrive without you. It’s just me…I don’t need a business plan. Every business needs one.
As an Expertpreneur®, you have a wealth of options for gaining clients. You can create a powerful lead generation system to draw prospects into your world... develop quality, actionable content to showcase your unique expertise and perspective... and convert with irresistible offers that shoot straight to their heart. All pushing them towards “pulling the trigger” and working with you. However, while
I was living what many would call a “picture perfect life.” I had made partner at a successful management consulting firm after only two years. I had a thriving practice, and I held a lot of influence. I also have a beautiful family – a wonderful husband and children who I love. And I was in good health. From the outside, everything was as it should be. Yet, I was deeply
If you wish you had more good clients… If you wish you earned more than you do now… If you wish you could make more progress, while working less… you are like most "expert" business owners I know. You know what your dream business looks like, but you just don't know how to get from where you are now, to where you want to be. And whatever you try to do just doesn't seem to work out like you
One of the biggest hurdles for Expertpreneurs® is the time for money trap. Because your service is sharing knowledge with others, you can spend a lot of time giving one-on-one coaching, training, or lessons to clients. And while you may charge a decent hourly rate, ultimately you're only getting paid for the time you give. Not a great formula for creating a successful business that gives you a great