Smart business owners are always looking for a way to increase conversions and boost sales. Many try convoluted and difficult tactics. However, they overlook one of the simplest and most effective strategies. Offering two options in your sales page can be a fantastic way to boost sales.Read more →
Being productive while working from home can sometimes be more of a challenge than you think. There are a number of possible distractions. When working for yourself as a business owner, you want to be effective and you desire to see results.Read more →
You’ve been busy planning, writing, and marketing your business. Days go by. Months go by. And suddenly years have gone past and you cannot remember the last time you took an active look at your website and updated it. I have an idea for you…Why not takeRead more →
You may think that being introverted means that a person is shy. That’s not necessarily the case. Introverts do tend to prefer one on one conversation over group meetings. They also tend to require a significant amount of quiet time to think and reflect. What Is anRead more →
Business goals can help you drive yourself and your business further. With well-defined goals, everyone on your team will know what to shoot for and how to get there. With poorly defined goals, your business will struggle to maintain equilibrium. Not to mention drive your OBM or VA nuts!Read more →
Sometimes when you own a business you get to call all the shots. You get to set your schedule and you can decide what takes priority each day. However, sometimes outside life interferes with your business schedule. Sometimes you need to change your work-at-home work schedule. ForRead more →
I see it all the time… VAs barely making enough money and ultimately deciding to throw in the towel because it’s not worth it. Sure, the business is fun, the hours are flexible, but when it comes to making ‘real’ money, they haven’t seem to crack the code on that part. And what do I mean by ‘real’ money? Well, it depends on who you ask because we all have different ‘why’s’. I love my business because it affords me the opportunity to do all the things I want to do, like attending every single one of my son’s marching band competition without having to ask a boss for time off, or traveling to fun and exotic places (I’m going to Kenya next month with husband and son). But let’s face it, I can’t travel, donate money, or have my nice car without making money. It’s either run a successful business or go back to a JOB. yuck.
So let’s dive right in and figure out how we can make YOU more money.Read more →
Being a good time manager is often not about learning how to manage your time well; instead it’s about making sure you don’t make time management mistakes that cause stress and inefficiency in your life. These are five of the most common time management mistakes that people make, along with how to avoid them.Read more →
Your audience is your second most valuable group of connections. Your customers are obviously the most valuable asset to your business; however, your customers are part of your audience as well.
As your business grows and changes, it can be difficult to stay true to the people who have been with you from the beginning. I know it’s easy to get sidetracked from your original message when things are coming at you every week – technology, social media, keeping up with your industry. Yet if you stay true to your audience, your business can expand in unbelievable and profitable ways. It’s about keeping your old friends and making new ones too. You can be innovative, add new products and services, and still meet the needs of your audience. Here’s how:Read more →