Published on:

15th Nov 2021

213. Prospect or Client? Embrace The Difference

On today’s Marketing Monday, we're going to be talking about prospects vs clients and how to tell the difference.

Have you ever given free coaching and consulting to prospects?

Have you ever got on three different calls with potential clients and nothing happened?

This has to stop! In this episode, I'm going to answer these questions and give you the ins and outs of how to set boundaries in your time spent with people looking for "free" coffee chats, advice, and consulting.

So if you're a coach, consultant, or service-based business owner who wants to STOP giving away their time for the sake of signing new clients - then tap play, and let's dive right in.

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About the Podcast

The Defiant Business Podcast
A business podcast produced by Defy The Status Quo for forward-thinking businesses looking to defy the status quo of mediocre customer experiences, barely surviving businesses, and haphazard business development.

We'll explore:
Best marketing and sales practices
Improving business processes
Attracting your ideal clients/customers
Striking YOUR perfect work-life balance
Business basics
Outsourcing for sanity
And so much more

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About your host

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Ruth Bowles

I have a passion for helping businesses express themselves through their content. My time as a military intelligence professional taught me how to find creative solutions to problems.

I turn those skills to helping client-based businesses who want to authentically connect with their audience, human to human. We use their content to educate, build credibility, and client trust.

I love working with business owners who truly believe their offer will change lives and who are living out their purpose through their business.