Build a Venture Beyond Your Small Business

An Entrepreneur Coach works with all kinds of small business owners to help them face their challenges.

The landscape of business has changed dramatically especially in 2020. Business environments need to be adaptable and innovative. Many entrepreneurs discover that ‘building a venture beyond your small business’ is a more difficult project than they expected. So, getting your business to although challenging, has huge rewards.

When I say, “Entrepreneur Coach,” you might immediately picture a cheesy motivational speaker, a cold hotel conference room, and equally dismal coffee. But entrepreneur coaching can be the single greatest investment you make in your career or business.

Wellness + Business Skills + Community = Entrepreneurial Success

Coaching for your small business can help you -

Find a focus and differentiator 
for your business

Clarify your priorities in order to promote growth.

Uncover hidden obstacles and fears that may be hindering your progress

Build self-confidence and self-esteem
Get you and your business to where you have always envisioned
Achieve greater personal and financial success

So, what can you do to turn your small business into 
a personal brand income-generating powerhouse?  

Recapture existing customers 

Customers you already have are your best bet for increasing your sales. Customers who have already purchased from you once are more likely to do so again, especially if they have a positive customer service experience.

Ask for Referrals

Your current customers who are happy with your services are the best to ask for referrals. Do they know anyone else who would be interested in your products or services? You can offer them Incentivize referrals with a discount code and encourage customers to share and tag your brand on social media.

Attract New Customers

Here are a few ideas for attracting new customers:

Go virtual

Go virtual, such as a website with an online store. This puts your product or service in front of new customers in a new market.


Research groups who could use your product in similar ways to your initial customer base. Once you’ve identified a new market, you can advertise in media that targets that market or create custom marketing campaigns.

Discover & Promote

Discovering and promoting new ways to use your products or services may  encourage existing customers to buy more and help you attract new customers who might need your products for different reasons.


When you don't rely on just one type of target customer, you are more likely to survive changes to the market. 

If you don't want to expand to new markets or add new services to your revenue stream, you can also grow your business by being very focused on a single niche. This gives you the opportunity to become a "big fish in a small pond.”

Expert Branding + Clear Market Scope Online + 7.8 Billion Global Population 
​= Continuous Supply of Clients

Working with me as your Entrepreneurial Coach, we can develop your niche 

and build a venture beyond your small business.

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