Straight Talk for Smart Business Women
About This Show
Lessons on building your business from smart business women. If you are a woman owned small business who is looking for tips and new ideas to build your business, you have come to the right place. You will hear the stories of other woman owned businesses along with key learnings they have had as they grow their business. I hope you feel validated in your entrepreneurial journey as well as build simple tips to immediately apply to your business.
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Straight Talk with Julie Finch
5 days ago
Julie Finch is founder of Finch Law. Her 12 years of experience have led to many lessons. Hear three of her lessons on this episode of Straight Talk for Smart Business Women. 1. You just need to be comfortable being uncomfortable. 2. Follow-up, follow-up, follow-up. 3. You have to educate your market about your goods and services. For additional information about Finch Law visit www.Finch-Law.com. For a free 30 minute consultation email Julie at Jfinch@Finch-law.com _____________________ Show notes: 3:00 I really backed into owning my business. 3:49 I am always making it up as I go. 5:10 You only get to play the mom card once. 7:30 I want to be in a place where I control cost and the experience. That's how I start the business. 8:30 I've not wanted the experience of having people work for me. 10:40 You can have a business without being Amazon. 12:00 You just need to be comfortable being uncomfortable. 13:10 What does riding a horse have to do with running a business? 15:25 Follow-up, follow-up, follow-up 16:15 If someone doesn't respond to you don't take it personally. You don't know WHY they didn't respond. 18:00 Don't let social media and email be your only follow-up. 19:00 You really have to educate your market about your goods and services. 19:30 We're talking but not actually communicating. 20:00 We tend to avoid talking about our business and accomplishments because it is so personal to us. 21:10 We forget how good we really are and how much we need to educate people about how good we really are.