Dec 8, 2022
Welcome to The Profit Talk! In this show, we're going to help you explore strategies to help you maximize profits in your business while scaling and creating the lifestyle that you want as an entrepreneur. I am your host, Susanne Mariga! I'm a certified Mastery Level Profit First Professional. Let's dive into strategies to maximize profits in your business!
In this episode, I interview Tara Newman. Tara Newman is the Founder and CEO of The Bold Profit Academy where she teaches service-based business owners how to sell premium services and programs without the emotional stress of launching, worrying about ads, overwhelming social strategies, or complex funnels.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
-How do you start a conversation, generate leads and sell?
-Where does lead generation go wrong?
-You’ll understand the difference between traffic, lead prospect and buyer.
-Examples of conversational questions you can ask your lead that can lead to a buyer.
To learn more about Tara and the services she provides, visit her website https://theboldleadershiprevolution.com/
You can also visit and listen to her podcast on Apple at https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-bold-money-revolution/id1295075028
Visit my FREE Facebook Group, The Profit First Masterclass, where I'll be sharing additional exclusive trainings to members of the community.
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