Conversations, tools and strategies to multiply your sales
I recently read an article in which they stated ¾ of all entrepreneurial ventures end in failure.
(Wow, Christy. Super uplifting, right?)
But it's not exactly news, either. We’ve heard all heard similar stats around the percentage of businesses expected to flop in their first 3-5 years.
The article went on to say that the reason for failure across all industries is a lack of capital. And it makes sense - If you’re a startup and have yet to launch, you are in pre-revenue mode and lack of sales equals lack of capital.
But for your business to thrive once it's gone to market, you're going to need to find a way to quickly generate that revenue you lack!
I once heard a very seasoned startup...
Reaching the end of the money before you reach the end of the month?
We’ve all been there. At some point, you are bound to face months where your expenses overshoot your revenue - and as a business owner, it falls on you to figure out how to turn things around.
The things that are going to set you up for success in the long-term are rarely accompanied by a sudden influx of cash, so you are going to need to figure out how to generate enough revenue to sustain you in the short-term.
Before you dive into this week’s video, I want to make one thing clear: The strategies I’m sharing today are meant to complement - not replace - your long term strategies.
These are intended to bring about fast wins to get you...
Want to stop riding the revenue roller coaster each month and start to see some consistency in your businesses’ bottom line?
Consistent results call for consistent actions.
This is by no means another blog post informing you that you need to be constantly hustlin’ in order to succeed. Quite the opposite.
I want to encourage you to work smarter, not harder. So, today I’m sharing my favorite tools for streamlining your processes and keeping your projects on track, making it easier to be consistent in the day-to-day management of your business.
But first, a disclaimer: Project management is not my strong suit.
I am a big-picture gal who loves strategy, planning, and engaging in sales conversations, so I am more...