Thanks to Covid-19, there is no such thing as “business as usual” for entrepreneurs. Check out my conversation with Cash Flow & Business Mentor Connie Vanderzanden about how you can take greater control of your business in uncertain times.
Doing good doesn’t have to mean being broke. Or having to function as a non-profit. The key is identifying a need you can meet that enough people are willing to pay for, supported by a strong business model and marketing plan. Not sure where to begin? Epiphany Institute offers strategy sessions to help you arrange your thoughts into actionable steps. Request a consultation.
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