In this episode, we talked about
- Web design and the $300 website vs $1,500 website
- Educating the client and setting the right expectations at the beginning
- Why it’s all about gaining clarity in terms of what is your business about?
- Stepping up your level of professionalism
- Scope creeping and isolation playground
- Building relationships, providing good customer service and winning over your competition
- Blogging and why you are not getting comments
- This episode is jam packed
- “You have to find a way to make it work”
- “I started on a budget “
- “Usually they (clients) reach out for help after they’re out of cash”
- “That level of professionalism invites them (clients) to step it up”
- “People are not getting their content ready at all”
- “How does the person feel when doing business with you”
- “I need to cater to what truly matters”
- “Run your own race and be intentional about it”
- “It’s about building relationships”
- “The bottom line is, whichever platform you choose, there is a learning curve”
- “It’s about getting to know the person”
- “Simplicity is key!”
- “What am I really, really good at?”
- “You cannot give to others what you are not giving to yourself”
Connect with Webly at http://www.WeblyAlfred.com
Questions I ask before the meetup:
Tell me a little bit about yourself: Hi, I’m Webly a single mompreneur. My passion is working with determined entrepreneurs who are ready to dominate their websites, grow their potential client list, and nail it on social media so they can start focusing on the core of their business.
What are the 2 biggest challenges you have with entrepreneurship: Balancing single motherhood and growing a business. It takes a lot of patience, confidence to keep moving when you have no idea sometimes if you’re doing a good job for both.
We are at the local coffee shop down the street and I’m about to leave. Tell me 3 things you want me to walk away with from our meeting.:
1) Be you and never settle. At the right time, God will lift you up
2) you’re your only competition
3) don’t lower your standards to make others comfortable or to belong.
Favorite drink: Grapefruit juice
Name a place you would like to be at right now for this interview (we won’t actually be there, but it’s always nice to pretend right?): Haïti
Favorite quote:: “You can have everything in life you want if you will just help other people get what they want.” By Zig Ziglar
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Background on the podcast
Yes to Entrepreneurship is a podcast for anyone who is thinking about starting their own business or is already running one. This show features entrepreneurs who meet and talk about business, life, and how it all plays out.
Imagine sitting at a coffee shop and overhearing the people next to you talk about entrepreneurship – that’s exactly what this show is about. Swing by and drop in on our conversations – you’re bound to pick up a thing or two!