You’re about to become a jack-of-all trades juggling marketing, PR, accounting, admin, selling, working with clients and customers or producing your product/service, coming up with new ideas, running the business day to day, posting social media … and oh yeah… you’re in a serious relationship or have a spouse and child you love and want to spend more time with.
Money Conversations – Learning the Language of the Executive
ROI, TTV, cost structure, etc… are a few commonly used business terms by competent business executives to articulate business matters. If you’re a new entrepreneur or haven’t gone to business school, you may not speak this language yet. We’ll help you get started.
Funding the growth of your company is a major milestone and could mean the difference between you struggling over a hobby or creating a legacy of wealth. Prepare, train, and learn the capital funding game before you engage investors.
Shiny Object Syndrome (SOS) – Transforming SOS Disruption into Focus
The media, advertisers, and social platforms are in competition for one thing: your attention. Their goal is to disrupt your focused efforts and hijack buying decisions. We’ll show you how to flip the script.
You get to choose your customers. Who are they, what’s unique about them, and why are they buying from you? Pricing, website content, marketing, and more… business hinges on being clear about this. We’ll guide you.
But I Hate Sales® – Training & Insights for Non-Sales Professionals demystifies the aura and hype of the sales profession, empowers business owners in sales engagements, and teaches the average non-sales person how to briefly and successfully share their best ideas and opinions.
Show Me the Money – Budgets, Forecasts, & Profitability Review
Understanding the language of the executive (money) is only the beginning. Understanding how to share information with stakeholders to anchor confidence and achieves desired outcomes is another. This will prepare you.
Lack of capital is the #1 reason for small business failure, and if you’re building on a small budget, it can be stressful. Learn creative and practical steps to run with the big dogs while capital is trickling in.