Welcome back to Begin As You Mean To Go On. I am coming off of my self-imposed break to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the podcast. I wanted to come back and celebrate with you and also debut a new feature of the podcast that’s going to make it even easier to take action on all of the advice that I’ve been offering you over the past year.
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Dear struggling service-business owner...
I know you.
You’re making things look shiny on Instagram, but inside your bank account, it’s hit or miss.
You’re either hustling for clients or you're busy serving those clients and marketing is the first thing to fall by the wayside, because let’s face it, you hate selling anyway.
Once your current projects finish, the cycle starts all over again.
Let’s stop the cycle.
The answer to growing your service-based business is not working harder. You already work hard and it’s not getting you where you want to go.
It’s time to try something different.
That something is working hard once at the right things that actually move you forward in the long term. (They’re usually not sexy).
- It's creating assets that sell for you long after you’ve created them.
- It’s creating a marketing system that can work 24/7 whether you’re serving clients or getting that long-overdue massage.
- It’s focusing on revenue FIRST so that you can finally outsource the things you’re bad at or don’t like doing so you can actually love your business again.
There’s a lot of hard work between where you are now and where you want to be. I want to give you the map that will take you around the potholes and speed up your results.
Kronda is the best medicine you can find for an ailing business. You won't always like taking her suggestions but your business health will flourish because of her.
Attorney, Onboarding Strategist
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It starts with belief
I just have to say that the thing that helped me shift my belief around being able to make 100K no problem was hanging out with you. Because what I learned were the systems that would get me where I want to go. And now that I am creating these systems, it’s so much easier to believe I can make 100k. That and I keep asking myself, “what would a business owner do?” This has really shifted for me in the past month. Thank you.
I got on Active Campaign and sent out our first newsletter. I was really beautiful to get immediate feedback that it was a success via people signing up for events. I am working on automating stuff for the future to better reach out to donors but this is a great start.
Through Kronda's consultation and support, I was able to see that I do actually have good ideas for content (!!!) but that they need to be structured in a way that makes sense for my audience. Now, I feel like I can import the strategies she gave me for Human.School into my business and other projects because I "get" the underlying content principles.
I was overwhelmed
Here's what I learned:
- The structure of a good/epic blog post.
- How to let go of perfection and do the best I can most of the time.
- How to come up with content ideas.
- How important and beneficial it is to take the time to set up a funnel and nurture sequence emails.
I've made lifelong changes in the way I run my business
It's been an amazing journey! You are the first leap I've made into hiring a coach – you've made lifelong changes in the way I run my business. Not only will it benefit me but also my clients. My family thanks you as well - BONUS! :) As an entrepreneur, it affect every area of your life.
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