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.
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.
Making more money in your business as a small business owner, as a contractor, no matter what you're doing is possible. It could be your side hustle. Watch this video as I share with you three tactics that you can implement starting today to help you start making more money in your business.
If you've hit a plateau in your business and you're stuck and not knowing what to do to take your business to the next level, to start making more money, increase your bottom line profits, then you're going to want to hear the three tactics that I'm going to be sharing with you right here that you can actually start implementing in your business. They can be your go-to tactics whenever you hit this roadblock. And guess what? It's been proven with hundreds of my clients and now is your time.
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?
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.
Have you been looking for a way to grow your contracting business fast? Well, truth bomb time, are you ready?
There's really a simple and quite smart way to go about growing your contracting business.
Hang on to your seat, because what I'm about to share with you here right now might literally blow your top off.
Today, I'm going to be sharing with you three simple action steps that you can take to grow your contracting business fast. It’s really simple and quite smart.
While I was out networking. There was a procurement officer, in attendance. She told the entire audience...
We do not have enough minority contractors meeting the requirements to win our contracts.
When you bid and you don't win a contract, you'll ask for a debriefing. Here's what you’d probably hear.
You don't meet the requirements.
Have you heard that? You're probably thinking it's just you, but it is not.
Apparently, if you have this procurement officer standing up to a group of 100 people saying,
You guys are not meeting the requirements. We have opportunities we want to give to you.
What are they saying? Up your game, so you can meet the requirements. We have contracts we want to give to you.
Too many times, I see contractors bidding contracts they have no shot at winning. I don't know why, but guess what? Today that ends.