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5 Things I Wish People Knew, Before Working with Service Providers.




1. It’s going to take some time and effort on your part. The more you put into it, the more we can help you! Telepathy hasn’t been invented for everyone, so in the meantime, it takes some time and willingness to bring us up to speed in your business.

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2. Trust the process. Systems and processes are there for a reason, not just to create busy work and to waste your time. There’s an intentional reason behind each step and if you aren’t on board, it can jeopardize the whole project success, so get on board with how they do things, they are the experts in their field after all, and have done more web design, brand design, copywriting, marketing, accounting, photography or coaching than you have to know what works and what doesn’t.

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3. There's a chance they may not get it right the first time. There may be revisions, and changes that need to be made, but don’t give up, if you hired the right fit for the job, let them prove it to you. I know it can be super emotional when money and your business baby is involved. It may be a process, but you have to be willing to be on the journey all the way to the destination. {ps you will get there}

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4. Be open to seeing your business from someone else’s perspective besides your own.

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5. Carve out time and capacity in your life to work on this project, knowing it will take time, energy, and effort on your part. The larger timeline you give yourself and your service provider, the more time you have to process, give helpful feedback, and make good decisions moving forward!

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Sometimes being a service provider {and a creative at that} can be brutal. Sometimes working with one can be. Sometimes all it takes is setting the correct expectations of what it’s like to work together to be able to create some magic, have fun and get your business to the next level.

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