14-page PDF filled with out-of-the-box ideas to get your business noticed – and without spending a cent. Pretty cool, right? So go ahead and click the link; grab a copy & get started!
One the hardest lessons to learn when I became a mompreneur was to learn how to juggle so many responsibilities at once. Suddenly not only my child needed me at all hours – but so did my clients! I pretty much take all the household duties myself (with some help from my little guy!), so I’ve devised a strategy to be as effective as I possibly can! Click this link to download my list of tips that keeps my life sane and my business growing from strength to strength.
What could go wrong with a home business? A lot!
- If you bake or cook/cater, what would happen if one (or several) of your customers became ill after eating your food (whether the food was to blame or not)?
- If you knit or create a clothing line, what would happen if the fabric caused an allergic reaction or caught fire, etc?
- What if you provide a creative service and the finished does not live up to your client’s expectations, and they take to social media to voice their frustrations?
- What if a client is unhappy with your service and takes to a customer complaint site such as Hello Peter to tell the world about their negative experience?
- What if you offer a discount or use a site such as Groupon but are not able to keep up with demand, and as a result, end up providing an inferior product or service?
- What would happen if a child was injured in your day care group?
It’s best to be prepared so click this link to download your template for a Mini Contingency Plan for the Home Business
78 Angles to pitch to journalists (updated link: a mindmap to help create story ideas for your blog or to write a press release)
Giving Gratitude to 2015 and Moving Forward to 2016 (updated. In Word format so you can save and write on the document)