Starting and running a small business is stressful. I'd say it's almost like cheap therapy...all your shiiish comes up to greet you as you try to manage and sell. During those times it's great to…Continue
I've been off quietly putting together my first webinar, and I'd love to get your feedback because I'm testing so many things like format, topic and pricing. Also, how to promote a telesummit.My…Continue
Every entrepreneur struggles with what to charge at some point. It's an amazing puzzle. Charge too little (because you're new or nervous, or frankly, desperate) and you run the risk of labeling your…Continue
When a client hits your 'hairy edge', the point where you're over their needy or demanding nature, it's time to say buh bye. It's better for them and you.
But how do you fire a client when you like her and feel guilty because you know it's partly your fault for taking her in the first place. It doesn't have to be a black and white decision. You can take baby steps towards fixing your working relationship.
Here are 3 steps for getting asking for change with a…
Using an ‘I Statement’ can help you articulate your needs in a neutral, non-threatening way. Your request is made in a manner that allows the other…Continue
You know we all want to change the world. Aptly written by John Lennon. I want a revolution, for sure. I'm leading the charge for anyone who wants be powerful without being pushy!
Nobody want to speak up
Speaking up is complicated, some say. Most people, maybe you, envision someone getting a gleam in their eye, straightening their back and taking in a breath to give someone else a good piece of their mind…Continue
Making a mistake sucks, doesn’t it. You didn’t want or intend it and it hurts. Sometimes it’s hard to bounce back and regain your confidence. But it can be done. Gabby Douglas and the women’s gymnastics team comes to mind. It’s about what you do after failing that makes you great. So let me share my secret for crawling back up when I slip on the climb to success.
Did you ever notice that the toughest questions to answer are also the…Continue