Simple scheduling for your coaching business (using Calendly)

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Once you coaching business starts to gain some traction you might find scheduling appointments with your clients becomes increasingly difficult. Each of them has ever changing schedules as do you who is now juggling all aspects of your business (clients, marketing, bookkeeping, etc.) along with your personal life. If only you could afford an assistant… Continue reading Simple scheduling for your coaching business (using Calendly)

Quick Guide to Building a Website and Audience for Your Coaching Business

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First of all I want to say congratulations for taking the daring leap of faith that is entrepreneurship. I’m sure you’ll find it a journey that is incredibly rewarding as well as very frustrating. I know I do. As you are aware the first step for building up an audience for your coaching business is… Continue reading Quick Guide to Building a Website and Audience for Your Coaching Business

Creating processes to become a great entrepreneur

Great entrepreneurs don’t have better ideas, they have better processes. Eric Ries This quote is not suggesting that great entrepreneurs are building successful businesses out of terrible ideas. What it is saying is that what makes businesses successful, and the entrepreneurs that found them great, is execution. Developing processes and executing them is what allows… Continue reading Creating processes to become a great entrepreneur

Use the five whys to get to your value proposition

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For one of my products I was getting getting polite interest but not turning any leads into customers. That is a recipe for a failed business. I knew that the product was a good one that would allow the leads to make a huge jump with their business in terms of retaining existing customers and… Continue reading Use the five whys to get to your value proposition

Consume less. Create more.

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Today is the first day of National Novel Writing Month which is where thousands of people set a goal to write a novel during the month of November. How you get there is up to you but many set a goal of writing at least 1,000 words a day. I fully intend to take part… Continue reading Consume less. Create more.

Developing an idea for a business

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Often wanna-be entrepreneurs place too much emphasis on the idea and not enough on the hard work that follows. However the idea is not to be discounted. It is the zygote that grows into your business. I specifically used the word “developing” in the title of this post rather than “finding”, “thinking of”, or “creating”.… Continue reading Developing an idea for a business