In Part 1 of What if My Client Doesn’t Pay, I talked about the protections you can put in place with a client contract to strengthen your Emotional Fortitude with your client relationship. However, having a signed contract does not guarantee the client will pay. We are under the impression that we have control over […]
In this fast paced, technology-based economy, transactions with clients are often made with a verbal agreement, handshake, or even text message. I call the beginning of such a relationship “the honeymoon phase.” For service-based businesses, you are selling knowledge and experience borne out of many years working in your field. The value you […]
The Original Gold Rush A few months ago, while cleaning out some old boxes, I came upon some old stock certificates for a gold mining company. For just a moment, I thought “wow, I might be rich.” It’s kind of like when you buy that lottery ticket but the numbers haven’t yet been drawn. A […]
Social Media Disasters As an entrepreneur with a growing business, I rely on social media as a venue for potential clients to know, like, and trust me. My social media content allows people who need my expertise and services to find me. I’ve been posting legal tips, thoughts, and motivations for small business owners consistently […]
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