As service providers, everything about the way we work is changing, and it may never be the same again.
However, amongst the uncertainty, two things have stayed the same:
Now is not the time to slow down your business - doing so would be a mistake. Take this opportunity to build client relationships by showing up and serving their best interests.
Not only will you build better relationships and breed loyalty - but it’ll also ensure that after all this over and we return to some semblance of normality, you’ll come out on top. In this article I’m sharing the 5 steps I’m personally taking to keep clients confident in the value of my service. Read on to find out more.
If you’re a service provider and you’re struggling with the current set of challenges you’re facing, I’m here to help....
Coronavirus is changing everything and creating a huge amount of fear and uncertainty for consultants and entrepreneurs alike. Make no mistake, though - I’m in this with you. I have my share of struggles and questions as well, and I’m going to do everything I can to help.
Over the next few weeks, I’m packing my perspective into a content series of blogs, educational emails and Facebook Live webinars. Each session will focus on a different core topic, designed to help you adapt quickly to the changing business landscape brought on by coronavirus and prosper in the new market afterwards.
Today, we’re focusing on the first step - survival. This is what service providers can do right now to make an immediate difference to their businesses. Our clients’ results come from our actions, and these are a direct result of our mindset. This is where we need to start.
Digest and apply this information alongside me, and we’ll both come out of this winners! Read...
If you want to become a " premium" consultant or a "premium" entrepreneur, you have to follow some principles.
In fact, 12 principles that are actually the foundations of all successful premium and luxury brands.
The beauty of it is we can apply them in our own businesses to become best in class, crush competition and work with fewer but better high-paying clients.
If you want to learn more "How To Get a Stream Of Premium, High-Paying Clients Every Month Consistently Without Having To Fight Crazy Competition Or Rely Only On Referrals Ever Again", you can check out our free 30-minute training over here https://join.bepremium.academy/freetraining/
Today, I will share with you a few powerful & actionable tips to enable you to hit your 2020 revenue target without wasting your time chasing low quality clients.
For access to our free training on how to get a steady stream of premium clients, click here: https://join.bepremium.academy/freetraining/
Did you know that your competitors can dictate the health of your business?
Whether you have the ambition to dominate your market sector, or you are simply looking to keep growing, my advice is the same:
Keep an eye on your competitors.
Why? Because it’s not consumers that dictate the laws of the market – it’s your competition.
When you decided to go into business, you set your foot into the arena. If it’s going to be there at all, it might as well be in the lead, right?
Having superlative products and services alone won’t be enough. If you want to soar above your competition and get your clients coming to you, you need to keep an eye on your competition as well. Don’t believe me? Here are 5 reasons why competitive intelligence should be high up on your priorities
Knowing what your competitors are up to gives you a head start. Why? Because you won’t just...
In English, there is a widely used expression "You can talk the talk, but can you walk the walk?”
When we think of great business leaders, we often equate them with this expression. Being a leader is something almost identity-based that an individual has deep inside them. Leaders inspire because they don't just talk about doing something, they take the right steps to do it.
Being able to formalize what your company does is an essential part of sustainable leadership - the famous "walk the walk". It means having the ability to put into words what sets your company apart, why what you do is important and how you will achieve your goals.
Successful leaders not only think about their companies in a different way, but they also speak about them differently. They are driven by a dynamic of change/change. By using...
The holidays are now behind us, and you know what that means? It’s time to get back to business.
To help you hit and exceed your targets in quarter 3, you need to incorporate the below 10 quick business tips into your strategy. Keep reading to find out more.
If you want to grow your business over the next 3 months and you only take away one principle from this list, make it this one:
Satisfied customer = loyal customer.
It’s that simple. You can have all of the tools, tactics and strategies in the world, but if you can’t give your customers what they want (and go above and beyond that), then they won’t come back, and they won’t recommend you. You’ll slowly bleed your business to death.
So, where do you go from here? Sit down and plot out your ideal customer journey and work out where you’ll make contact with them along that journey to ensure they’re getting...
As a driven business owner looking to grow your profits, delivering a world-class service needs to be at the top of your priority list.
However, there’s one small problem –
When all of your major competitors are focused on the same thing, that sometimes isn’t enough.
The typical working relationship that we’re all used to is part of an outdated model. Right now, if you want to succeed in the modern market, you need to focus on customer intimacy.
It’s this very intimacy that’s the difference between you repeatedly churning short-term clients and nailing down long-term, profitable business relationships. And with that, comes huge profit potential.
To fully capitalise on business growth opportunities, you need to focus on customer intimacy. In this article, I’ll teach you what customer intimacy is, and give you 4 key tactics to help you incorporate it into your business. Read on to find out more.