Let me speak from experience – mine and so, so many of my clients’. Once you have started your business things can go from start to full-scale crazy town really, ever so quickly. You don’t want to be falling in a messy puddle before you’ve even had a chance to drink champers to your first year of business.
Have you ever found yourself sitting at your office desk, flicking through “Build My Business” websites and thinking to yourself; “My boss actually might not know what he’s doing. Honestly, I think I do most of the work here. Running my own business is going to be so much more simple. I just need to quit because when I am working full time for myself life will be so much easier than working for this guy.”
Do you want to know the real story behind making 400k?
So, you want a six-figure business? Because with that it means that you will be successful right? Actually, maybe not. I want to tell you a story about how I made $400,000 and then fired my sister.
So you’ve had time to settle into the year and start making some positive changes and decisions about how you’re going to handle your business this year. It’s time to simplify your to-do list and take action.
When a prospective new client or customer opts-in to be part of your mailing list, hark! You are now on hallowed ground.
These days, an inbox is a privileged space. And, as over 90% of us check our emails at least once per day, it’s also the golden halls of communication between a buyer and a seller.
Once you acquire a fresh subscriber it’s time to really make them feel as if they’re in the exact right spot. Take things up a notch with your email marketing and keep your Leads Hot, Hot, HOT!
You start each day with intention. You have a strict list of what you are going to achieve and you’re ready. Then, you are suddenly, time-warping, unexpectedly at the close of the day.
I’m Lauren, mumma, blogger, recovering perfectionist and reformed business hustler, sushi aficionado and faux farmer, decaf coffee lover, Endo thriver, hope-holder, Educator, home reno buff who refuses to do business not in jeans and makes a mean ‘picky plate’ while walking the fine line between hard-ass and soft-touch – (un)gracefully.
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