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Self-Employed Business Owners: Are you attracting enough clients to your business?

Is it a struggle for you to attract new, high-paying Boomer clients? Are you really good at what you do, but you just haven’t mastered marketing to Boomers yet? Do you wonder what their biggest challenge is and who actually makes the decisions? Do you wish you could turn more leads into paying clients? Do you feel like you’re working all the time without the money to show for it? Do you wish you could just book more business? If you’re like most business owners, you’re very good at what you do, yet there are some things that could be better

  • How do you attract the ideal, high-paying client?
  • How do you make enough money?
  • How do you setup the right marketing system?
  • How do you keep from becoming just another failed statistic?

If you find yourself in this situation, rest assured, there is nothing wrong with you. Chances are, you’ve only learned your business and never how marketing really works. You see, as business owners, we think of approaching new clients as “trying to get their business” as opposed to “offering something of value to them”. This almost always leads to less than stellar or even poor results.

There is a solution…

  • Double your clients
  • Attract more high-paying clients
  • Make more money
  • Have more freedom
  • Have potential clients call you, instead of you going to them

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What Can I Do to Ensure My Leisure Time Doesn’t Turn into a Job?

Published on March 3, 2012 by Tracey Fieber

Small-business owners, entrepreneurs, and other go-getters often worry that, in retirement, “spending” (that is, getting rid of) the time they have each day will become a burden akin to a full-time job.

This is a perfectly reasonable and understandable fear, especially if you’ve spent a significant part of your working life…

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What Are Your Action Plans?

Published on February 25, 2012 by Tracey Fieber

As a business owner, you will learn at some point that, in order to achieve success, you have to plan for it. Action plans, in the larger scheme of business planning, include the nitty-gritty baby steps you need to take to ensure you can enact the strategies that allow…

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Starting a New Business in Retirement

Published on February 18, 2012 by Tracey Fieber

Whether you planned all along to start a new business in retirement or you decided after leaving the work force that you want to get back in the game, retirement can be an excellent time to start a new business. But starting a business after working a full career…

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What Are Your Strategies?

Published on February 10, 2012 by Tracey Fieber

Last week, I outlined the basics of defining business objectives, and today’s article addresses the closely related topic of business strategies. If objectives are the “what” that you want to achieve, then strategies define how you go about achieving them. In other words, strategies define the specific, day-to-day actions you…

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How Can I Get Back into the Work World?

Published on February 9, 2012 by Tracey Fieber

One of the challenges that many of my clients face is the one of getting back into the work world after retiring—and it’s no wonder. Making the decision to go back to work is one thing, but actually reentering the workplace after time off is quite another.

I’ve found that the…

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Planning Is a Process

Planning Is a Process

Published on January 27, 2012 by Tracey Fieber

During my years coaching entrepreneurs and business executives, I’ve witnessed many plans get “derailed” by some unforeseen incident—the loss of an essential team member, an unexpected market shift, a changing economic climate, and so on. But with a little work and some mindset shifts, the people who experienced these…

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Published in Marketing, Your Retirement

Do You Have a Plan for Your Business?

Published on January 20, 2012 by Tracey Fieber

When you plan a trip in your car, you know exactly where to turn and which roads to take because you know exactly where you want to go. But many entrepreneurs I’ve worked with are much less clear about where they want their businesses to go—they may not even know…

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How Do I Get in Touch with Myself to Find the Dreams I No Longer Have?

Published on January 19, 2012 by Tracey Fieber

As you’ve probably heard at some point in your life, the most important relationship you’ll ever have is with yourself. That may seem almost laughable during the hustle and bustle of life, when you’re trying to balance relationships with a spouse, children, coworkers, employees, clients, and many more people.

But as…

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How to Be a Values-Based Leader and Still Produce Results

Published on January 13, 2012 by Tracey Fieber

There’s a common misconception in much contemporary business thinking that “producing results” is necessarily synonymous with “maximizing profits.” But values-based leaders understand that these terms are not interchangeable—and that the latter can, in the long term, actually hurt the former.

The truth is that you can be a values-based leader and…

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Six Questions to Ask Your Customers If You want to Close More Sales

Published on December 16, 2011 by Tracey Fieber

In his popular book, How to Become a Rainmaker: The Rules for Getting and Keeping Customers and Clients, the salesperson who brings in the big dollars, Jeffrey Fox boils down successful sales to asking six questions.

Killer sales question No. 1 “Do you have your appointment calendar on hand?”

Killer sales…

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