Have you ever been lying in bed and thought about what would happen to your business if you were unable to work? Or if you suddenly had to take time off? I know I sure have, and whenever I think about it, I don’t always have clear answers to those questions.
That’s why in this episode, we’re talking to Julee Yokoyama about covering your ass in your business and how to plan for the unexpected.
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You’re probably already doing strategy work in your business, but you’re not getting paid for it. Or you’ve got strategy offers and you feel like they’re not quite right or you’re struggling to sell them. No matter what’s going on with selling strategy in your business, I’ve got you.
In this episode, I’m diving into everything I’ve learned from my Sell the Strategy offer and what you need to consider if you want to start selling strategy.
Get the inside scoop right here: smallbusinessboss.co/sell-the-strategy-offer
As a business owner, sometimes you get a feeling. Like you’re missing something. Or like things can’t be this simple. I’m here to tell you that feeling may be lying to you.
In this episode, we’re looking at some places where BS sneaks into our business and very practically how to deal with it, as everyday actions are what makes all the difference in building a sustainable service business.
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So many of the business strategies and tactics that we’re taught feel overwhelming. Like we need to learn something new and start over. But what if we didn’t need to constantly add new things and simply would build on the foundation we already have?
In this episode, we’re diving into how to actually build a service business that’s sustainable and cutting through all the BS around scale. I’m sharing key questions to ask, the problem with overconfidence, and how the secret of sustainability really lies in small, simple changes.
Get the inside scoop right here: smallbusinessboss.co/sustainability-for-service-business