Professionals spend years of study and work developing their specialized expertise, but their potential clients don’t know what differentiates one expert provider from another. Marketing-for-professionals expert Stephen Newton presents an insider’s guide to practice development, detailing how to develop the necessary systems and approaches for building a strong business. Newton capably delivers step-by-step, replicable – if occasionally repetitive – information, including nice charts and worksheets. He carefully explains why you should evaluate potential clients thoroughly; in fact, his elaborate evaluation system might seem too time-consuming and subjective. getAbstract welcomes Newton’s comprehensive, detailed approach. If you are a professional who needs effective, efficient ways to build your practice, his insights belong on your desk.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why you need more than professional expertise to build a successful practice,
- Why clients must “like and trust” you,
- Why and how to identify and target ideal clients, and
- How to present yourself to possible clients, including the right people within targeted firms.
About the Author
Business coach and consultant Stephen Newton founded DLO Associates.
Comment on this summary
10 months agoInvaluable advice and processes to better manage your client base. Important direction on how to interact with the various people in a prospective organisation. Excellent guidance on how to engage your clients and the importance of marketing. You Brand awareness is the getAbstract is powerful.
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