Recorded: May 6, 2021: You had a discovery call with a potential client. You talked about what they need and how you can help them, and they’re interested in your ideas. They’ve asked you for a proposal. Now what?!?
Do you dread asking to be paid? For many writers, this part of freelancing is difficult… even scary. But it can be really simple with the right tools…
Sometimes you’re just humming along, doing everything you’re supposed to do… meeting your deadlines… making time for friends and family… even keeping up with the house… and then life pulls the rug out from under you…
If you want to take good care of your reputation, it starts by controlling what people say about your business by doing your very best work.
Everyone knows that you must provide great service to be successful. No great revelation there. But what are some of the steps you can take to help your clients do their best at providing good service to their customers?
When it comes to working with clients, a little diplomacy can go a long way toward solving problems and making people feel good. In your business, it can help you manage even the most difficult clients with grace.
When you meet a potential client for the first time, especially at a networking event, you have precious little time to make a great first impression. This Hollywood villain can give you a few pointers.
During an economic downturn, business owners — especially small business owners — are still fearful. They’re naturally in a belt-tightening mindset right now, but that doesn’t mean they don’t need your services!