Building a business is a very challenging journey. When it comes to strategies, marketing, public, offers, finances, there is a lot that could go wrong and a lot that could be hard to wrap your head around. That’s why it’s very common for new business owners to give up with the first frustration, but it’s important to know that there are mentors and coaches out there with the exact solution for your exact problem.
In this episode, Sarah welcomes Sarah Mawji to talk all things business. One of the biggest mistakes when starting your entrepreneur journey is trying to build a business on top of a variety of niches. The fact that you are not defining your target client and those that will be helped with your service or product, will lead to confusion for potential buyers. Sarah explains that once you prove the model, then you can expand. Tune in!
“It’s really helpful when you have someone to guide you through what you need to do first, what you can dish out, and what you can save for later.” – Sarah Mawji
About Sarah Mawji
Sarah Mawji is a publicist, media specialist, and Managing Director at Sevans PR. Working with financial groups, tech startups, and CEOs all over the world, Sarah helps companies with crucial aspects of a business, such as public relations consulting and operation management.
[00:43] – Sarah Mawji’s round of personal questions;
[03:16] – Sarah’s range of practice when it comes to mentoring and coaching;
[06:05] – The most common advice Sarah gives to her clients building a business;
[08:33] – Practical example of gaps that exist in businesses nowadays;
[10:57] – Should business owners help everybody, with everything, all at once?
[17:00] – Biggest mistakes Sarah sees with companies;
[23:31] – The importance of not getting frustrated with the first challenges;
[26:39] – On PR consulting for businesses;
[33:30] – Expanding a business takes time.
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