How To Collaborate

At the risk of sounding like I’m tooting my own horn, I have to tell you about a talent I have… Can you guess what it is?

No, it isn’t consuming an exceptionally large amount of coffee each day *although I do that, too!* it’s finding great people who share similar values and aspirations.

I love connecting with like-minded people who have a similar drive and passion for serving others. 

This ability to connect with others has been such an asset to my business and allowed me to serve in even bigger and better ways!

Does that sound like something you want to do?

I hope so!

If you’re ready to level up your business and the service it provides to your ideal client, it’s time to collaborate with others and bring something new to the table.

How to Collaborate

Share An Ideal Client

Because you want this collaboration to provide value to your audience, it’s important that you find other people and businesses who serve the same target demographic.

Take a few minutes to create a list of potential collaborations who fit the bill!

Reach Out and Invite

The second step may feel uncomfortable: you need to reach out and present an invitation.

Being vulnerable is never easy, but stepping out of your comfort zone is the only way to bring new growth to fruition.

Find A Mutually Beneficial Collaboration

Once a person or company agrees to a collaboration, it’s important to focus on mutual benefit. What can the two of you do together that will grow both of your businesses and serve both audiences well.

Grow your business with win-win opportunities. How to Collaborate with another business owner.

Are you the type that likes to have a worksheet and checklist to guide you through it all? Look no further. I created this How to Collaborate With Another Business Owner guide with just that purpose in mind. Click >>HERE<< to download it and start brainstorming now!