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Little Voice Big Business

Strategy and support for solopreneurs. Whether you're feeling shy scared, or stuck business coach Nadia Finer is here to help you beat the business blues and make the kind of moolah you deserve.
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Sep 25, 2015

A weekly podcast for solopreneurs, jam packed with support and strategy to help you beat the business blues

Sep 16, 2015

How much are you going to charge for your products or services? It’s one of the trickiest things to work out. Too high and people might not part with their cash, too low and you risk looking cheap and not making a profit. 

Pricing is also an emotional issue that can rile our doubting demons and the self sabotaging little voice in our head. But unless you charge your worth, you risk working hard for no return. Not a good place to be. 

There is no right or wrong answer to the pricing problem. Don’t drive yourself round the bend trying to get the perfect price – instead listen to this episode of Little Voice Big Business and start thinking strategically!

Sep 16, 2015

What to do when your business isn't the only love of your life? 

When you've only got 15 hours a week to grow your business - what should you do? Panic?  

Not on my watch. 

This episode of Little Voice Big Business shares ten top tips to help you step it up without ditching the day job, or abandoning your kids!

We'll be discussing how to get your foundations in place to save you time, and how to automate and outsource your socks off. 

Plus, we'll be working out where to focus your all important precious time, and what to walk away from. 

Sep 8, 2015

I always knew I had it in me to run a successful business, but there was a pesky little voice in my head holding me back. Actually, that little voice wasn’t just in my head. You see, all my life I’ve had a little voice. Really little. Like, 8 years old little.

In general, it doesn’t bother me. It has its advantages; I could work in cartoons, or on some kind of dodgy phone sex line; the take-away delivery guys knows it’s me when I ring up; I get what I want when I complain about something and, of course, I’m awesome at swearing!

But, professionally, it’s been a bit of a problem. Over the years, I’ve been sent off to all kinds of elocution lessons to help me channel my inner Margaret Thatcher and get some gravelly gravitas. Talk about giving a girl a complex.

This is my story - in my own voice - of how I became the voice for little voices. 

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