“Business as usual’ is now “business unusual.” If your service-based business is going to weather the storm, you need to adapt and embrace your new best friend — technology! We can point you in the right direction.
Let’s face it. In today’s fast-changing business climate, being willing and able to change is not a “nice to have” skill – it’s a “need to have” skill. But it’s a skill that can be developed by using tactics that simplify your business in order to multiply the value you provide to your clients.
It’s the holiday season, a wonderful time to rejoice and relax. With a time out from your busy schedule, do some special things for yourself. Schedule some real downtime to catch up on your sleep, get together with friends and family, and enjoy those indoor or outdoor activities you love but often don’t have time for during your regular routine.
2020 is the start of a new year and a new decade. Q4 of 2019 is the time to start planting the seeds that will grow your business success in the coming year and beyond. In this blog, we look at building a strategic business plan to give you 20/20 vision for 2020.
So many business owners are swamped during the hectic fall season – crushed between events, project deadlines and pressure on achieving year-end results. At the same time, marketing and business development requires consistency and repetition. In this blog, we look at how using “mindfulness” helps us stay calm, positive, productive and profitable.
How do you decide how much to charge for your services to gain a foothold in a competitive market? It involves more than simply calculating your costs and adding a mark-up. We share four basic pricing methods to consider as part of your marketing strategy.
Win over any crowd with these tips guaranteed to make your next presentation a winner!
I heard a story on NPR some time ago about New England fishermen working with scientists to develop a “smart” fishing net. This net would allow them to trap the plentiful flatfish in the Gulf of Maine, like sole and flounder, while avoiding endangered species like cod. It brought to mind the “nets” businesses cast in their attempts..
A client started a New Year conversation with a startlingly simple question that led to a powerful conversation. This kind of conversation is the easiest way to deepen relationships with the people who matter most to you and your business.
There are plenty of coaches and advisors out there, and if they are worth their sea-salt, they will help you be crystal clear on the two keys to planning ahead.