By Linda Chase
The business world is a lucrative field with a ton of opportunities. However, those opportunities can feel inaccessible for people with disabilities. After all, the business world was built with able bodied, neurotypical people in mind. Anyone who doesn’t fit into that mold can struggle to break into the industry.
However, that doesn’t mean people with disabilities can’t make it in business - in fact, if you can find the right fit, you can make waves and make the industry more accessible as you go. This guide offers some tips on how you can get started.
Zig Ziglar said: “You don’t build a business. You build people, then people build the business.” How many times have you thought to yourself, “I have to build my business?” Or, “I have to ‘create’ a successful business? Or, “I have to ‘assemble’ the perfect strategy for my business.” But, have you ever thought of yourself as a motivator?
Thank you so much for taking your time to read "My Thoughts On: Pricing, Marketing, and Hiring" blog post. The following is my response to a question I received on MicroMentor asking me about how to price when you, as a business, are the first of it's kind in a certain or particular market. I also delve into marketing - how to establish your ideal customer and a bit into hiring. Enjoy!
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