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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

and...

you can do this without working so hard! Get the scoop on the Attract More Boomers System

What Is Your Market Niche?

Published on December 9, 2011 by Tracey Fieber

Chances are, you started your business because you saw a clear need for the products or services you offer. But between that ah-ha! moment and today, you’ve probably encountered plenty of challenges and obstacles. If you aren’t sure how to deal with those obstacles, they may leave you questioning whether…

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How and Why to Create a Unique Selling Proposition (USP)

Published on December 2, 2011 by Tracey Fieber

If you’ve never spent time thinking about your Unique Selling Proposition (USP), or if you haven’t devoted much thought to your USP in a while, now is a great time to (re)visit the concept. Your USP is what sets you apart from people offering services or products similar to…

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How to Cut Your Costs and Increase Your Sales

Published on November 25, 2011 by Tracey Fieber

When a mid-year review of your bottom line reveals you must cut costs and increase sales right now or face losses this fiscal year, what do you do to salvage your year? On paper, the choices look easy. You must either sell more or decrease the cost of sales.

Selling more can be tough…

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Positioning Yourself for New Leadership Opportunities

Published on November 18, 2011 by Tracey Fieber

Whether you think that leaders are born or made, you can position yourself to be ready to take on leadership opportunities that may come your way. Planning for a leadership role does not mean you aspire to run the company, but if you look ahead to see where you…

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Outstanding Qualities of a Successful Leader

Published on November 11, 2011 by Tracey Fieber

When it come to leaders, does one size fit all? Some management theorists list five or ten qualities that make a good leader, but does every situation require the same type of approach and the same skills?

Broadly defined, a leader is someone who takes a group of people from Point…

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Transitioning from Manager to Leader

Published on November 8, 2011 by Tracey Fieber

Within coaching circles, a lot of ink has been spilt laying out the differences between managers and leaders. According to some, managers are higher-level worker bees who get the job done, while leaders are the movers and shakers. Where managers oversee the day-to-day work, leaders see the big picture.

If you…

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Should I Have a Non-Compete Clause?

Published on October 30, 2011 by admin

When you hire staff, you hope they will be part of your business family for a long time to come. Unfortunately, business arrangements don’t always work out as planned or things change. To assure smooth transitions, you need to develop procedures to handle hiring, firing, and layoffs and even consider…

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Developing a High Performance Team

Published on October 24, 2011 by admin

Unleashing a team to solve a problem can be a very effective way to approach and solve problems – or it can be a disaster. If you have ever been on a team when some team members relied on the group to get the job done, you may question the…

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Positioning Yourself for Career Growth

Published on October 19, 2011 by Tracey Fieber

In the 1986 movie Working Girl, Tess, played by Melanie Griffith, was a stockbroker’s secretary with eyes on the corner office. She had an intuitive approach to stock trading, but was not regarded as promotion material because she graduated from night schooland came from working-class roots.While working in the secretarial pool, she…

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Building and Maintaining Strong Relationships with Key Players in the Organization

Published on October 14, 2011 by Tracey Fieber

No man is an island, no man stands alone.

Whether you know that line from the poem by John Donne or from a song you learned in high school glee club, you need to take it to heart if you’re in business. Even if you think you are a self-made success…

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