It’s amazing how much time we can spend on things we don’t mean to, without realizing it. I’m not just talking about a project or a report or an email taking longer than you think it should to complete (though that is part of it). I’m talking about situations like: You make a list of
What do you do when your whale of a client does a free willy on you and you’re left searching for work?
(This is a little piece of the web I found and bookmarked years ago and the original page has vanished. Thank you to http://author-zone.com/write-opening-sentence/ for crafting this originally. All credit to you.) Bottom line: When you’re stumped as to how to begin a piece of writing, consider doing one of the following: Simply tell the
Initially compiled by Robert of LetsWorkshop.com, this collection of Email Subject Lines is a great resource for picking a subject line for your outreach email. All of my content marketing procedures for you to use Remove yourself from the work Bonus Lesson! Marketing ideas for your productized service How to choose the right service to
We’re talking about “The 3 Rs” of getting (and keeping) clients. Referrals Relationships Repeat projects Yesterday, we talked about getting clients through relationships (https://kaidavis.com/getting-clients-relationships/). Today, we talk about how to get clients through your repeat projects. Or, rather, we’ll talk about how to get repeat projects from your existing clients. If you need 10 projects/month for your business