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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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This episode features the wonderful Claire Pelletreau, someone who has truly created her ideal lifestyle as her business has grown. She focuses on consistent quality over potentially burdensome growth, proving that bigger isn’t always better.
Do you ever struggle to create content and get visibility on Facebook and other social media platforms?
For so many of my clients, they know what they want to sell and have an idea of what their offer will be but getting the message in front of the right people is a major challenge.
You’ll want to tune in to this episode as I’m going to be answering some of your most popular questions. I’m sharing what my favorite planner is, what I do for self-care, how I go about creating content, and so much more. I’m even going to be answering your questions about my eyebrows…
We are quickly approaching that million dollar threshold over here at Hawk Hustle Headquarters and I wanted to shared the seven mindset shifts I had to make to position my business for seven figures.
Give this episode a listen if you want to know what they are.
How This Caribbean Medical Residency Admissions Coach Leveraged Beyond 1:1 Application Services with Shawna-Kaye Lester
This episode features the magnificent Shawna-Kaye Lester, an amazing entrepreneur who’s been a client of mine for years.
Shawna works with individuals who attended medical school outside of the United States but want to complete their residency training in the United States. She helps them create standout applications and assists them to achieve the medical career they want.
Breaking your signature service into little bits and pieces may seem like a good idea. It allows you to offer more products at lower price points. However, it’s not providing clients with the entire process. And the truth is: discounting your prices can destroy your sales in the long run.