21 Professional Services Business Models You Can Start from Home without Capital or Tech Skills

Uncategorized Jun 10, 2020

21 Professional Services Business Models You Can Start from Home

without Capital or Tech Skills


  1. Interim fractional executive work
  2. Project based work
  3. Strategy consulting work
  4. Sales Performance coaching
  5. Group coaching
  6. Mindset coaching
  7. On-line course creator
  8. Virtual membership
  9. Combo of the last 5
  10. Conversation Copywriter
  11. Virtual Assistant of Online entrepreneurs
  12. Resume writer for the “C” suite
  13. On-line Event Promoter
  14. Mastermind memberships
  15. Technical mentor
  16. Executive search consultant or
  17. Researcher for Executive search firms
  18. Affiliate Partner Model
  19. Specialty outsourcing model
  20. Social media advertising specialist
  21. 911 People coach for small business owners
  22. Advisory Board Member



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How to Structure a first meeting so that you get the next meeting

Uncategorized Feb 16, 2018
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5 Tips No Stress Professional Networking

vlog_5nwtips Jan 22, 2018

You know that in order to build your business or consulting practice you need to make connections, but you hate to network. I get it, but it beats cold calling.  I've built three businesses through networking and I've interviewed dozens of successful introverted entrepreneurs, in which I’ve found a few common themes in their networking strategy. We share these with you in the video.

You can also click HERE to download the summary of this video and bring it with you to your next conference for a refresher.

Not sure it works? In the last few years, I was able to sell a million-dollar consulting assignment because of a prospect I met at a networking event. It took a year and a half and many touches where I was just bringing value to this person but in the end it worked. This contact introduced me his boss because he felt we brought some value to him. This eventually ended in a million-dollar contract!  These five tips will help you successfully book coffee meetings with...

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5 Step to Help You Decide Where to Network


5 Step to Help You Decide Where to Network

Downloaded this guide to help you as you  decide where to network to build your professional network.


 Let me know how this is working for you and if you have question, please post in the blog.



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3 Steps to Booking a Follow-up Meeting after a networking event


This video will help you get that follow-up meeting after a networking event.



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Forget Everything You Know About Elevator Pitches

vlog_elevator_pitch Nov 17, 2017

You are at a networking event and you get the standard “So, what do you do?” question. Many experts will tell you to have an “elevator pitch” or a positioning statement memorized and then to launch right in. I think there is a big flaw in this approach: It presumes that everyone we talk to will receive that pitch the same way. It doesn’t account for the reality that people come from various backgrounds and experiences and will each understand your message differently (or not at all).

 How many times has someone from an industry or field you know absolutely nothing about given you a scripted spiel—and you’ve found yourself checking out and nodding politely because you’re so mystified? When what you do is tightly niched or specialized, you need to first set up some context with the individual you’re talking to (whether it’s your grandmother or a CEO) so your one-of-a-kind message will make sense to that person, sink in,...

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