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Are You Too Expensive?

I’m aware I sit in the middle to high price range for my business services. That’s OK with me – I know I am valuable and I have the business balls to back up my pricing.

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5 Essential Steps Before Starting a Business

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.

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Are You Ready to Move from Employee to Boss?

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.”

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Keep your Leads Hot, Hot, HOT!

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!

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Fear. Can’t Win

What stopped you from beginning a business when you first got that inkling you could be bigger and better than your regular 9 – 5 grind?

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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.