Money Matters

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Money Matters

Making the Sale

In “Set Your Rates Right” I talked about charging what you’re worth. I attempted to convince you to give up the guilt and understand that being paid well for your work is good for you, your business, your clients, and the dogs. But knowing you’re worth a decent rate is only half the battle and […]

Don’t Give It Away

We’ve all been there—at a party, or in line at the grocery store, or at a child’s soccer game. Wherever it happens, you know how it goes. Someone asks you what you do. You tell them. Next thing you know you’re listening to their dog problems and being pumped for free advice. And it’s a […]

Expand Your Revenue & Your Impact

The usual challenge for dog training businesses is to get up to full speed, to run a full class schedule at maximum capacity, or fill all the appointment spots in your private training calendar. But once you reach these goals, there’s often a new problem to solve—how to create room for additional growth. Not every […]