Stuck on where to look for contracting opportunities, watch this video for three offline marketing strategies that you can use to get the bid opportunities rolling in.
When bidding, I’m pretty sure you pay attention to what the contracting officers and primes say they want and then you put what you know into the mix and get to what EXACTLY needs to happen for them to get the results they want.
As I talk to prospective clients, I pay special attention to their needs, what they’re already doing and I figure out why it's not working.
What holds most people back and probably you to is when you’re not committed to your own success. You make EXCUSES why you can’t invest in a mentor. You don’t have the money to invest in a product… so you seek out the free resources like the SBA, PTAC, and SBDC. Well…
Are you stuck on finding contracting opportunities that are a good fit for your business? In today's video, I'm going to be sharing with you, not one, not two, but three marketing strategies and actually these are all online marketing strategies that you can start using to get the bid opportunities rolling in and attracting your ideal customers.
If you're stuck on projects without the time to develop new business, meaning you're working on projects but you don't have time to go out and look for new opportunities to grow your business. Well, by the end of this video you're going to have three ways for finding contracting opportunities that you can do even while delivering on your current projects that you've already been awarded and check this out.
Nobody wants a business that's mediocre. Everybody wants a business that's successful. Don't you? Here in this video, I'm going to share with you seven things you need to know to have a successful contracting business. So stick around.
If you're curious about what the successful contracting business owners know that you don't, hint, successful versus steel trying to figure it out, then you're going to want to chime into these seven things that I'm getting ready to share with you that successful contractors are doing.
By the end of this video, you're going to have all seven for you to take and implement in your business. My clients are using these seven things today right now in their businesses to achieve the level of success that they desire. Now I want to share those same seven things with you so that you can achieve the level of success that you desire in your business. So guess what? You're up next.
Hey, I’m Felicia Streeter. Ready to create a good deal? There are always deals to be made in business… maybe you have noticed. Here’s how you can create deals that are best for you and your business.
Want to know how to decipher a contracting opportunity, to see if it's a good fit for you and how to massage it a little bit and make it a good fit, if it's not?
As I’ve been working with private clients, a few of them are putting together some unique deals. Some are teaming arrangements, partnerships, and joint ventures. One of my clients came to me because he had an opportunity to partner with this lady and he was going to do a 50/50 split. HOLD UP! I was like, why?
Are you having growing pains? Got that feeling in the pit of your stomach, head, or both? As you grow your business, you will experience growing pains. I like to call it…
New level… new devil…
As a solo business owner or even with a spouse, significant other or business partner helping you inside your business there will be growing pains.
You only know what you know. You know craft, your gift, but what’s usually lacking is the back-office functions. Dealing with growing pains.
ou’ve got to start somewhere. And I know making the decision on what your approach will be to enter the government market is not easy. As a business owner, you must learn how to make decisions. You’re no longer the employee. You make the decision and provide direction. You don’t have the luxury of an employee to just sit back and wait for someone to tell you what to do.
Are you at the phase in your business where you're ready to scale up, grow your business and take it to the next level? If you are, hiring help is your next thing.
Today I'm going to actually be sharing a client case study with you. I’m sharing what my client went through, the growing pains that they experienced before reaching out to me as they tried to scale their business.
I'm going to be sharing: The case study, Tips, tricks, and strategies, Things that they should have done , Things that they did wrong.
You don't have to make the same mistakes.
Ever been in a position where multiple people have been bidding for your time? Do you feel like you're being pulled in multiple directions? Or maybe it's just me. I have four kids.
I cannot imagine what it would have been like to have to change four diapers at one time, feeding four kids a bottle at one time. If you know anything about kids, they like that individualized, one-on-one attention. With four, how do you do that? It's hard. When they're all bidding for your time at the same time.
I was fortunate, thank God, that my first three were four years apart, literally. God's doing, not mine. The last one was 11 years later. Now that definitely was God's doing!
I didn't have to change four diapers at one time, which is great and maybe your story is a little bit different, but here's what I know about relationships and even business. You can't build a bunch of relationships effectively at one time.
Yesterday I was hanging out with the girls and we were talking about things we like doing. I shared my love for teaching and training. How I taught elementarily and at the college level. I emphasized how I love teaching and training, which I do.
One of the ladies asked what I do.
I told them I had my own business and that I help small businesses start, grow, and scale their business in the government market place. Three of them asked for my business card.
With them asking “what I do” It got me to thinking what those in my community might not know about what I do or how I do something.
It came to me that you might not know the process of being a client of mine, us working together 1:1. It’s actually a simple process.
It starts with a conversation. For the right people, it takes less than 30minutes. During the conversation, I’m listening for key things to decide whether we’d be a good fit to work together.