What are YOUR Goals?
I Want to Grow Sales
You have two options: 1) Book more clients or 2) Raise your rates. If done right you don’t have to choose one or the other.
I Want a Better Company
After years of success you’ve got to chart a new course. What you did to get here might not get you where you want to go.
Getting from Here to There isn’t Easy
You didn’t start your company because you wanted more stress. No, you started your wedding business because you wanted more time doing what you love.
What’s holding you back?
Isn’t it time you got back to doing what you love?
Growing a business isn’t a skill you’re born with. Natural ability, luck, connections and charisma only get you so far. Even hard work and long hours stop producing success at some point.
Do you recommend DIY approaches to your clients?
Why would you DIY growth strategies for your own business?
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Featured Blog Posts
6 Ways to Move Buyers to the Next Stage
Wedding couples will make several micro-commitments before they say yes to your services. It’s not easy to push prospective clients off their status quo or make them feel confident to move forward with you.
The Real Goal of Your Initial Inquiry Response
The response you give to an initial inquiry is one of the most crucial parts of the sales process. Get it right and you’ll keep the prospect interested. Blow it and you’ll never hear from them again.
7 Mistakes NOT to Make When Asking Questions
The best wedding pros make time in the sales process to discover the needs of prospective clients. It’s too important to skip. After all, how do you sell something to someone if you don’t know what they want?