Uncommon Business Practices That Will Make You Re-Think, Re-Position, and Re-Tool Your Business

  • von Phillip Van Hooser
  • 1 Std. 0 Min.
  • Rede


Can you challenge the conventional wisdom and thrive? Phillip Van Hooser did. Listen as he explains why:
Taking any speech for any fee on your topic will serve to raise your fees

Negotiating fees can be a good thing

Bigger (as in staff, offices, and inventory) is not always better

Creating products could be a really lousy idea

Hiring a speech coach could hurt your performance, not help it

Paying big bucks for product development is just plain crazy

Letting clients go can get you more income

Refusing referral fees can result in even more business

Working with speakers bureaus might stunt your professional growth

Missing family birthdays, dance recitals, and ballgames may draw you closer to loved ones
Maybe you don't consider yourself a contrarian, but you occasionally find that some common "wisdom" touted by the self-proclaimed "gurus" of speaking, training, and consulting just doesn't fit your personal business model. Maybe you want to rethink and retool your business practices, but you're fearful of sacrificing where you are to get where you could be. If any of these statements ring true with you, our guest for this session will help you see a different perspective that might help you generate more passion, profits, and personal satisfaction from your work.
Phillip Van Hooser has learned to challenge conventional wisdom while creating business practices that work for him, his clients, and his family. Hear the thinking that has resulted in his creating a thriving business, a solid bottom line, and healthy family relationships.
This is a live recording of an interview-format teleseminar focused on information that would be valuable for speakers, trainers, consultants, coaches, and other information entrepreneurs. It was recorded via telephone.


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  • Erscheinungsdatum: 19.06.2007
  • Verlag: SpeakerNet News