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I’ve worked with a business coach three times, which represent three of the best business decisions I’ve made. I encourage you to explore mentoring or coaching too.
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Attending an in-person event can be a great opportunity for creative business owners. You’ll be exposed to new ideas, learn useful skills and, perhaps most importantly, meet new people. But what happens next?
Online groups offer a space to meet new customers, build relationships, and where people can form connections with each other.