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In each episode, we take a deep dive into one core growth strategy so you can gain a solid understanding of what’s required to serve, sell, and scale your consulting business.
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Today’s podcast is all about teaching you how to convert your social media followers into customers that pay for your services. Seeing as so many of you are asking me how my content is converting so well, I decided it was time to let you in on a few secrets that will get you leveraging your social media platforms to get some results that will get you serving your clients while putting money in the bank.
Today I’m chatting with a wonderful human being who has an amazing drive and passion for what she does. Within a few years, she’s gone from selling an individual service to scaling her business to seven figures.
Get ready, as things are about to get a little intense on today’s podcast. But that’s because I’m so passionate about this topic. And, because I know you’re ready for it.
Today I’m chatting with Melody Gross who recently enrolled in my Services That Sell program. She’s currently a full-time director of marketing and communications for a local nonprofit and has a side hustle where she provides marketing and communications services for other nonprofits.
I’m curious to know… what do you call yourself? Are you a consultant, freelancer, contractor, coach, or what? Recently I was having a fascinating conversation with a friend about this, and I felt it was so good that I had to share it with you. Because it does matter what you call yourself. Here’s why…
EP40 – How Switching Her Niche Positioned SEO Copywriter To Freelance Full Time Successfully with Quiana Darden
Today my special guest is the incredible Quiana Darden, who was finally able to achieve the success she desired by switching up her approach.