What isn’t working in your wedding planning business? Sometimes you’re too close and emotionally attached to it to know exactly where you should make changes. But something might just feel “off” to you. One thing that trips up most newer business owners, no matter the industry, is that they treat their business like a passion project or hobby.
If you got into business because you have a passion for the process or your clients, you may be overlooking some of the common mistakes you’re making. Don’t learn the hard lessons the hard way. I don’t want you to have unhappy clients or legal issues on your plate. Insead, take a listen to this episode and course-correct now.
As a side note: These mistakes aren’t exclusive to wedding planners; I’ve seen them made in all different industries. So just because you’re not a wedding planner or in the wedding industry, don’t discount this episode. You could very well be making these mistakes in your own business too!
LISTEN TO THE EPISODE
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE
Who you’re hiring in your business: an independent contractor or employee (and why it matters)
Why you shouldn’t “borrow” the wedding photographer’s photos and what to do instead
How to determine what kind of contract you need for your target audience
What to never do with your clients’ vendors
How to make sure your business continues to remain in the black
RESOURCES WE TALKED ABOUT
SAVE YOUR SEAT FOR THIS FREE MASTERCLASS
QUOTABLE MOMENTS FROM THIS EPISODE
You can fix these things and they’re not that hard. But if you don’t know what the issues are; if nobody tells you, you’re going to have to learn it the hard way.
Be thinking about these nuances, not only from a place that covers your butt but it also offers the best service possible for your clients.
The best form of referral is through word of mouth, by executing an excellent event. Your next clients might be at that wedding you’re planning.
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