How Getting Laid Off Helped Me Start My Business

One minute I was sitting at my desk working and the next minute I was being walked out the door by HR. It was a thirty minute time span that I don’t think I’ll ever forget.

I worked for this company for 3 years. I found my people, I found a career path that I really enjoyed, and I had an amazing manager. No, I didn’t love the company but when you love your boss, the people you’re surrounded by, and you enjoy the work, it’s easier to overlook the flaws of a company as a whole. Plus, I made decent money and I had a path to being manager some day.

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What to Include on Your Website to Generate More Leads

Your website is one of your most valuable assets. To an outsider interested in your services, a website makes your business seem more legit and it’s where people go to gather information about what you do, who you do it for, and how they can obtain your services.

Below is a quick list of what your website absolutely needs to have. Without this information, your visitors may be left unsure of who you are, what you do, and most importantly how to contact you to book your services!

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6 Key Things You Need on Your Contact Page

Let's talk contact pages. Because they're really, really important.

Contact pages aren't only good for the obvious reasons... providing potential clients with a way to contact you and generating leads. Well designed contact pages can also save you from spending hours every month, every week, or maybe even every day from communicating back and forth with potential clients to gather the information you need.

The best thing about contact pages is that they're super easy to create. Once it's designed and set up correctly, you basically can set it and forget it. Your contact page can work for you so you can work less non-billable hours (you know... those hours you spend working on your business but can't actually charge your clients for).

So what does a well designed contact page need?

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