Why your clients are not taking your prices seriously

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Click here to share on Facebook | Click here to tweet When you want to be paid for what you are worth, you need to engage with clients that will respect and view your prices fairly. I must admit that this is not always an easy thing to do. One too many times, all of us have been guilty of setting prices that were influenced by inadequate experience, lack of confidence or external distractions. Your aim as someone who is {Read More}

Do you have a plan for your business expenses?

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This is a guest post by a lovely friend of mine Jodi Leong. Jodi is the creator and business owner of her own natural skincare range, JOLI. Jodi understands what it is like to be start a business with limited funds so her blog post below should help you allocate those funds wisely. When starting up a business one of the things you need to factor in are your expenses. What immediate funds do you have available? How are you {Read More}

Are you setting an income goal that lifts you up or makes you drown?

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When you set an income goal, naturally you want to get results. You want to set a goal that is so clearly defined and highly desirable that you can’t help but want to work towards it. If you have not done so, write down your income goal – the amount of money which you would like to earn from your business. (This sets the direction on where your business should be heading and also highlights the value of efforts you {Read More}

Learn to leave an impression that is more than a business card

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Click here to FB share | Click here to tweet Imagine that you are going out to a business related conference where you get to learn from experts in your field of interest and a chance to meet with 150 other female entrepreneurs for the first time. You are nervous yet excited. This is the chance to do a bit of networking, make a good impression and hopefully gain new professional contacts. A few of these women are not really {Read More}

How to tell others what you do without sounding like a pipsqueak

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What do you do? A question that can spark many answers depending on who’s asking. Some will shift uncomfortably in their seats, hearts beating a little quicker than usual and palms turning sweaty. When they open their mouths, the first sound is a squeak followed by an embarrassed giggle. Short of tripping on their own two feet, they may wish for the ground to open up so they can sink into it. Then there are the confident ones. The ones {Read More}