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As someone who works from home, I live my life according to my own ability to successfully plan and budget my time.

After all, I don’t have a boss looking over my shoulder, or an office full of coworkers. In terms of my day to day, there isn’t the usual accountability factor that an office setting can provide.

So, it falls on me to motivate myself to get things done and be productive. I’m generally successful on my own; after all, I’ve figured out my own personal “user manual,” and I’m pretty good at being productive from a home office.

But, there are some days when I really need that extra push.

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Briana MorgaineBriana Morgaine

Let me ask you a question:

What is the difference between an agency that makes over a million dollars per year and one that barely breaks even?

No, it’s not luck. It’s not the quality of their work either.

I’m sure you have seen agencies offer a mediocre service and still, somehow, make a lot of money. It’s so frustrating to see that, yet it happens all the time.

Do you know how the million-dollar agencies get to make that kind of money?

I will tell you how: they know how to get leads. They don’t just know how to get leads, they know how to get lots of them.

The truth is, it’s not that hard to do so; if you know how to do it.

In this article, I will show you how any agency owner like you can create a lead pipeline that will help you bring more leads to your consulting business.

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Ivan KreimerIvan Kreimer

Entrepreneurship is a different path for everyone, so it’s amazing how “conventional wisdom” has emerged.

You’re supposed to understand – and follow – these unwritten rules if you want to succeed. Regardless of your unique situation or industry.

A lot of entrepreneurs try to do exactly that. They follow all the conventional advice that has been pounded into their brains countless times…

Then they wonder where everything went wrong, and why their business is still struggling.

It doesn’t have to be like this!

A lot of this conventional wisdom is just flat out wrong. The sooner you can spot the business myths holding you back, the sooner you can stop buying into them and take charge of your success.

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Corey PembertonCorey Pemberton

A faceless man standing on a pile of money.

For your service to turn a profit, you have to provide something your clients want. This may seem like a blindingly obvious observation, but ensuring what you provide aligns with your clients needs is far from easy – and is fraught with potential pitfalls.

Fear not though, there are some excellent ways to ensure you know exactly what your clients need, how to help them, how to win bigger and better contracts, and ensure your sales pitches and proposals clinch those amazing deals!

Below, we’ll look at five key steps to ensure you get all of these vital elements right and start confidently on the road to major success. Let’s go!

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We all have our own idea of what makes a successful entrepreneur.

While this conception may vary person to person, certain aspects remain constant: high intelligence, the ability to persevere in the face of adversity, a passion for what they do, a sense of fearlessness, the ability to adapt quickly, and so on.

These are the types of traits that spring to mind first—the quintessential smart, strong-willed, unfailingly confident entrepreneur, blazing his own trail.

No doubt about it, these are important qualities to have. But realistically, while they matter, they might not be the end-all, be-all when it comes to successful entrepreneurship—and they may not be indicative of long-term success, either.

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Briana MorgaineBriana Morgaine