You, dear business owner are a sales person. Understand that. Every day wake up and put your sales person’s hat on.
There’s a certain mindset you have to have, if you want to succeed in business.
If you’re not desirous to sell it’s gonna be tough to grow your business.
In this article, Ramon Ray, small business expert and author of Celebrity CEO gives his best tips on how you can better network at events.
Events are powerful ways to grow your business. However, maximize your time at the event, don’t just attend and sit in the seat.
As a consistent podcast guest, I have experienced many benefits that have impacted my personal and professional life along with growing my business exponentially. Being a guest on podcasts has allowed me to increase my visibility and reach a new audience, which has opened up many networking opportunities leading to new business ventures and partnerships. I have been able to establish myself as a thought leader in my field by sharing my knowledge and insights on various podcasts. This has helped me build credibility and trust with my target audience.
Far too many of us are silent when it comes to our voices, according to Lolita. It’s time to amplify its meaning and its impact to help us soar to greater heights – both personally and professionally.
Whether it’s your internal voice that guides your day-to-day actions or your external voice that shouts those actions from the mountaintops, your voice can help you even in the midst of circumstance.
Here are five strategies that will power you in your work, life, and home to help you leverage the power of your voice.
I am ordained to serve, is the affirmation that ICF-certified life, leadership, and executive coach, Lolita E. Walker reminds us of today. What if you chose to begin your day with those words and knew, trusted, and believed that you were ordained to serve?
Ordained – ordered, appointed, guided. Serve – employed by, performed duties for, in service of
Through five strategies, Lolita shared how we can remember that we are ordained to serve.
How can you communicate better? How can you be a strong communicator? It starts with understanding yourself so much better. A key principle of strong communication is understanding that everything you say is a reflection of the person you believe you are.