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Future Client Process And Resources

Future Client Process And Resources

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.

HOW TO CONFIDENTLY BID YOUR FIRST CONTRACT IN 60 DAYS

Let’s talk about those contracts you’ve been thinking about for a while now, but you’re just stuck in the unknown of what to do next to actually take the next step…

… or maybe you haven’t started because you keep putting other things and your personal life first. I get it.

I CAN HELP YOU GET STARTED WITH BIDDING CONTRACTS.

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It starts with your marketing, but before you can even say if it’s on point you need to double back and make sure

For who would you give ANYTHING to have access to?

How would your business be IMPACTED if you had access to me in your hip pocket?

What kind of impact could you have on your bottom line profits?

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