Looking to streamline your business? Where’s the freedom to work on what you want (live in your creative zone of genius) that you thought you’d get when working for yourself?
Great question! As a solopreneur for more than 10 years, I can tell you, it’s available to your right now. All you need is a plan to access it. In today’s episode, I’m going to share a tool that can help you plan and create a process to streamline the admin work in your business so you can spend more time in your creative zone of genius. It’s what many solopreneurs, including myself, consider the best CRM for creative solopreneurs.
This Week on Touchpoints:
• An awesome tool for solopreneurs
• A tool that saves you time + money in your business
• A tool that will help you take care of your clients
• Better way to manage your business + client experience
Thanks for tuning in to this week’s episode of Touchpoints, a podcast designed for service-focused solopreneurs, like you, to learn the art of building lasting client relationships with systems strategist and your host, Amy Feierman.
If you’re like many solopreneurs, you want to spend more time in your zone of genius but are bogged down by time-consuming administrative tasks. It’s time to consider that there is probably a better way to manage your business and client’s experience working with you. I’ve got you covered.
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