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Coaching Call with educator Kristina Jareno
Lawyer Digby Leigh joins me to share his experience converting his 30 person law firm from hourly billing to up front pricing.
The lovely and talented Blair Enns joins me to explore the question: WHAT IS STRATEGY?
Specialization guru Philip Morgan joins me to talk about when to niche down and what to do about the fear of doing so.
RevThink honcho Joel Pilger joins me to talk about how and why to consider fostering a community of clients.
Positioning consultant Emily Omier shares her secrets for finding clients on LinkedIn without being an annoying spammer.
Best selling author John Warrillow joins me to talk about what to do when you want to sell a SaaS.
Author, podcaster, and coach Tripp Lanier joins me to talk about how to feel more strong, free, and alive.
Erik Dietrich shares the secret sauce he uses at Hit Subscribe to improve search engine rankings for their clients.
Jim McDannald joins me to talk about the life changing magic of niching down.
Former professional baseball player Destin Hood joins me for a coaching call to brainstorm positioning for his new digital marketing business.
Financial planner and business coach, Dan Cuprill joined me On Ditching Hourly to talk about how service providers can increase profits by creating systems and experimenting with new pricing models.
Alex Hillman of Indy Hall and Stacking The Bricks joins me to talk about his new book The Tiny MBA.
Software course legend Wes Bos joins me to talk about how he created his training business.
Speaker, executive consultant, and author of "Marketing BS" Edward Nevraumont joins me to talk about how programmatic advertising (e.g., Facebook ads) can be used to grow a boutique service business.
Jimmy Rose of Content Snare joins me to talk about how to validate the idea for a SaaS product and position it with the target market as a solution to a painful problem.
Meet the new boss, same as the old boss.
You can't make things better without changing something, and changing something requires a leap of faith.