Being successful requires being proactive and not waiting for life to come to you.
Rich & BJ focus today on your business model and all the hidden landmines that are ready to go off.
We recorded our latest podcast for a LIVE AUDIENCE at the New Canaan Chamber Small Business/Big Ideas Conference. Our topic is Marketing in Today’s Climate: When to Bring in the “Professionals”. FYI - This is going to be a longer format podcast - you have been warned.
When you first leave a company you want to get away from the structure and rules that were holding you back. You feel free and able to do your business, your way. Today, BJ & Rich are going to talk about what are the NEXT steps to success.
Do you find it hard to get your point across? Do client meetings leave you anxiety-ridden? Does your staff not listen to you and do what they want to do? Are proposal negotiations fraught with indecision? We’re going to help you today with powerful tips to help you better communicate in-person.
Are the right clients finding you? Are you attracting them? Have you drilled down deeper to your unique selling proposition? Are you satisfying their curiosity, needs, and pain? BJ and Rich are going to help you do just that during our podcast.
While there can be many different challenges when starting and managing a small business, money concerns top the list for most small business owners. There are many ways you can give your business a financial overhaul by modifying your operations processes, but there are also some easy things you can do in the day-to-day management of your business to improve your finances.
Being a small business owner is expensive as it is -- every penny counts when you're living on razor-thin margins and fighting for market share. But owning and operating a small business is even more expensive when you pay more taxes than you owe.
How do you currently communicate with clients and prospects today? Is it still working or do you feel you might have to tweak it in a few areas? Today, Rich and I are going to help you diagnose, treat, and test new communication strategies for your business.
When was the last time you took a hard look at your client base? Do you love working with ALL of your clients? What ones cause you to say “Oh no, it’s THEM.”