Category: Profitability

March 19, 2019 Kim Dawson

Many people gravitate toward starting a service-based business because they tend to be easier to start. You don’t need as much capital, there’s not as much risk involved and they’re less expensive to run. But service-based businesses often trade time for money, especially if you’re charging an hourly rate. Time is finite. There’s an end…

January 23, 2019 Kim Dawson

The word scalability gets thrown around a lot in the online world, and for many business owners it’s a scary term. It sounds like growing a million-dollar business, which isn’t always the case. If you’re a solopreneur, you may be wondering if you even need to know how to scale your business. Many small business…

December 26, 2018 Abby Herman

Pricing. It’s one of the most-talked about topics in small business. You don’t want to charge too much, for fear that you’ll scare prospective clients away. You don’t want to charge too little because you won’t be profitable. It’s time to take the emotion and stress away from pricing and to start thinking about it…

December 12, 2018 Abby Herman

 Workflows and scaling go hand-in-hand, and scaling a service-based business requires that those workflows be easy to follow and easily repeatable. And with them, you can easily scale your service-based business. On this week’s episode of The Sassy Strategist, Rhonda Melogy, productivity consultant of Business Plan of Action is sharing some behind-the-scenes of what…

November 6, 2017 Kim Dawson

Most entrepreneurs will say they started with an idea or a passion for something, usually a solution to a problem. But having solutions or filling a need that isn’t currently met, doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll be profitable if you attempt to make a business out of it. For starters, people may want something, but might…