Flower & business design insights, inspiration, and advise for the modern day florist (or wannabe florist).
The first step to getting started is getting organized. In this Launch Series, we'll cover everything you need to do launch your freelance floral business. Today, we are talking about business content. Below is a starter list of everything you need to get yourself out there.
How to use the list above:
Use the list above as a starting point to write down all the items of content you need to create or obtain. Consider recording them in the first column of a spreadsheet.
Write down everything you need to do or get in order to complete each item in the second column of your sheet. As an example, if one of my items is "build portfolio" then my second column might say, “schedule styled photo shoot, book photographer, order flowers, connect with event planner.
Write down a projected completion time and/or date in the third column and schedule deadlines in your calendar. Don't play games. Meet those deadlines!
RESOURCES: Use the content planner as a guide or a notebook. Put pen to paper try use Asana for the best results.
CONFIDENT AND CONSISTENT CONSULTATIONS
Inside the training you'll discover the 7 steps to confidently conduct consultations and close sales consistently. (Even if you're a new florist, need to re-brand, or only aspiring to start out.)
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