EP 196 | Transformation with Lisa Laliberte-Alle
November 17, 2020
Transformation is possible. However, working harder at current (and ineffective) methods will never produce the dramatic changes that lead to transformation. For real change, transformative change, start at the beginning and be prepared to abandon old strategies for new.
In this episode we learn:
- satisfy your existing clients and they’ll do your marketing for you
- the process for determining a realistic budget is built into the BOD™ 15
- tell your client what is going to happen at each step along the way
- create strategies to help you keep in touch with your clients after the project is completed
- consider showing a completed client binder at the consultation
Track your hours! Just do it every day.
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