Saying "in my opinion" is not leadership language. A lot of people ask what they're doing wrong. The answer is as simple as this: They don’t believe you.
Author - Ash Ambirge
Ash Ambirge is the owner of a no-bullshit community & mentor for business owners who roll their eyes at everyone’s “newsletter” and want to learn fresh, original ways to hijack the sea of sameness. (Located 20º north of the Strait of Eyeglaze.) She helps the lost, the confused, and the marketing anxious learn how to take their business & gracefully chainsaw through cookie cutter tactics that don’t even work (nobody wants your free goodies, or your “solutions”), and use the unexpected as a lethal sales weapon that no competitor can touch. But most of all? We help you screw “business as usual” and have fun doing business. Because if you’re not having fun, then you might as well be in jail, and jail is bad.
Nobody gets between me and my business. Nobody. Except, I used to make myself feel so guilty about this fact. I had to change the way I was doing my life.
Entrepreneurs - we really are a bunch of sickos. Volunteering to walk the plank without knowing if we can swim…just to find out if we can or not.
How do you make money? It is a lot less complicated than most people make it–you make offers, and people give you money in exchange for value.
Saying NO is healthy. No is realistic. No is yes, in a way. It just might be in a different way than most people assume.
Ash shares her remarkable story and why entrepreneurs need to see why no longer having a choice can be the best choice.
The average person’s attention span is now down to a not-so-respectable eight seconds. If the people in charge of marketing were scratching their heads before...
Should you give a client a percentage off or flat rate? Today Ash Ambirge talks to entrepreneurs about how to decide and run a sale that sells.