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How A Help First Attitude Can Help You Start and Expand Your Business

"Serve your ideal client first- serve people where they’re at- comment on people’s work, offer encouragement, respond to messages help first without an ultimatum, it will come back full circle" - Hilary

Hilary Krueger | Michelle Hagen | The Busy Years Podcast

Have you thought to yourself, “I really want to start my own business, but I just don’t know how!” Maybe you’ve even said, “It all just seems so overwhelming! Where do I begin? What steps do I need to take?” In this episode, we hear from Hilary Krueger, a wife and mama of 3 who has figured out how to answer these questions and successfully scale her 3 businesses with ease and simplicity. She shares some straightforward business strategies and tips that when implemented to any business plan can have a radical impact on its success. Her enthusiasm for coming alongside women and helping them figure out the things they are passionate about is what motivates her in her business. She believes in the motto “Help first” and coming from a place of service will always pay off in the long run. Let’s dive in to hear what she has to say!

In this conversation, we covered:

  • Figuring out your priorities in order to be productive

  • Discovering who your ideal client is and how to serve them where they are

  • The importance of building a strong relational foundation with clients

  • Using resources readily available to you to scale your business

  • Having a positive outlook and mindset when it comes to the challenges of balancing business and family life

  • Embracing the motto of “Don’t Overcomplicate things! Just Do It!”


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