Tips for Growing Your Business on a Budget

It's the old catch 22: You need help to grow your business but you need more revenue to afford the help you need. In this video, I share some strategies and an important mindset shift that can help you overcome this very common obstacle.

Check out the Active Growth Forget Traffic Podcast Series for strategies to grow your business with a customer-first approach.

Special thanks to RM Harrison for giving me some priceless support that helped move my business forward, and inspiring my own version of the Jam Session.

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Kronda Adair

Kronda is the CEO of Karvel Digital, a digital marketing agency that helps established businesses double their revenue in 12 months using online marketing. She loves empowering small business owners to not be intimidated by all this tech stuff. She's often covered in cats.

  • Barbara+Fisher says:

    I love that you are all over town with these! Seems like a lot of trouble, but I’m really enjoying the views. Great topic, too! As a person that has hired out a few things, and some for a pile of money, it’s almost always worth it. As a person that gets a lot of “can I pick your brain” requests – the answer is almost always “yes” for friends and “no” for others. What’s in it for me? I make a point not to ask others for this same reason. I’ll pick the brains of friends, but not business associates. I think they deserve to make money.

    • Kronda Adair says:

      It’s not really that much trouble. I do them near places I’m going anyway and networking / event season has started so I’m all over town anyway. I do prefer when the weather is nice…

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