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Jan 29, 2016
In this episode I’ve got Curtis McHale on to share what he’s learned over the years about writing killer project proposals. The perfect proposal convinces a prospect you’re the perfect person to do their job. – Curtis McHale Curtis has grown his consultancy to 6 figures and understands well the role proposals play in growing a sustainable business. Could you stand to write better proposals? This episode is perfect for you if you’ve ever: Had a potential client reject your proposal, or Underbid a project, or Had something in the proposal (or left out) that came back to bite you in the butt Join us in this episode for an in-depth chat to learn how you can write better proposals.
Jan 22, 2016
Does your email marketing suck? Yeah, mine isn’t great either. That’s why I’m excited to introduce you to this week’s guest, Chris Handy. Chris is the founder of Fort Worth, TX-based Thinkhandy, an inbound marketing company with a special emphasis on Hubspot (they’re a HubSpot Silver Certified Agency Partner). Whether it’s a free consultation or one of his local Hubspot workshops, Chris is a master of giving away value and serving his potential customers in a way that keeps his sales pipeline full and his business growing. Join us for this episode as we discuss the tips and techniques Chris has used to build and nurture his email list and how you can do the same in your business.
Jan 16, 2016
Want to be successful in business? It feels like there’s a million things to know, from how to balance finances to how market your services. There’s one skill, though, that’s particularly essential for success. If you do this one thing well, it makes all the other pieces fall more easily into place. What is it? Communication. The ability to communicate well is at the heart of finding new customers, maintaining good customer relationships, and developing a solid standing in your business community. In this episode I’d like to introduce you to Topher DeRosia, someone who understandings the art of growing a network through real-life interactions, telling stories, and making genuine connections.
Jan 10, 2016
This is the official kickoff Officehours.fm Season 2! It starts with the theme Growing Your Business Skills. This year I'm switching to "themed" seasons, each one consisting of 12 weeks touching on specific topics related to the season's theme. The reason for the change? By introducing more continuity between episodes, I want to help listeners more successful in their business, whether you're freelancers running a business or working full time for an agency.
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