I’ve spent years of my career fundraising for clients’ ventures and my own, with each project requiring hundreds of hours for the tap-dancing-dog-and-pony-show pitches required to pique investors’ interests. I’m now piqued to learn about a site called Caplinked that promises to make the process of “private investment easy, secure, and social.” Continue Reading →
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It’s been at least 5 years since I last bumped, so I’ve increased my prices (I like the easy math of an hourly rate going up in $25 increments). Two months into the new rate, and I don’t detect any change in my clientele; but that wasn’t the case in the first business I owned. Continue Reading →
If your time or expertise are things for which you bill clients, getting Fun and Profit depends on a profitable billing rate and knowing how much you’re willing and able to work a week. Even if you’ve been in business awhile, revisit your costs, and your capacity to be sure you’re billing to build your Fun and Profitable business. Continue Reading →
Now’s the time to plan for the new year.