Where Can Entrepreneurs Get Affordable Small Business Advice?

Club 100 is nearly full up and I am closing the doors and creating a waiting list. So, how can I help small business owners, solopreneurs and start-ups in other ways? I am creating a new group called Small Business Big Magic where everything is done within a group. This allows me more time to serve more people at a price you can easily afford – £50 per month. Small Biz Big Magic will include: 1. Several Live VOIP conference calls each week where you can join the conversation and talk about your business, pick my brains and learn from listening to me working with other […]

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The Value of Belonging to a Lively Community for Entrepreneurs

Yesterday was a full-on day, as I have already reported in yesterday’s blog. Mondays see my entrepreneur clients begin afresh with renewed vigour, not least because I require them to attend an accountability check-in. Also we all seemed to have had a stonking week last week, the first full week of 2014, and that energy is spilling over into our community. All good, generally. But that same energy and the sheet quantum of yesterday’s group output was exhausting to about ten percent of our membership. This caused us to have a debate about how best to manage the overwhelm that […]

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I Am An Entrepreneur

I believe anything is possible. I see opportunity when others see impossibility. I take risks. I’m focused. I hustle. I know that nothing is unrealistic. I feel overwhelming love. I embrace my childlike wonder and curiosity. I take flying leaps into the unknown. I contribute to something bigger than myself. I create. I learn. I grow. I do. I believe it’s never too late to start living a dream. I AM AN ENTREPRENEUR. With thanks to The Flip Flop CEO.  

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A Coaching Catalyst for Magic

A pattern happens with my clients which repeats itself over and over. It isn’t guaranteed, but it happens more often than not. And it involves magic. I believe in magic, the everyday sort not the top hat, cards, rabbits-out-of-a-hat, abracadabra sort. I probably believe in that too, I just haven’t paid all that much attention to that sort of magic. Magic is in my strapline and some of my clients have started to call me Magic Judith. And I like it. Let me give you an example. A client arrived on Monday for an ad hoc chat. She was a […]

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NaNoWriMo: Writing 50,000 Words In November

November is NaNoWriMo. It stands for National Novel Writing Month and although I am not thinking of writing a novel, I am probably long overdue to write another eBook. So I’m thinking of signing up to the challenge. Here’s the idea: Write 50,000 words in a month Write every day for the 30 days of November That’s 1,666 words a day I can do that. I’ve done it before and, as I said yesterday, I’m ready for a new challenge. Can you write a book in a month? No. But can you gather together 50,000 half decent words during November […]

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Will You Be My Entrepreneur Of The Day?

Most days I am available to give away one free business coaching/mentoring exploration session on Skype for 30-45 minutes. My hope and intention is to meet and connect with new virtual business pals who are self-employed and learn all about you and your business. I will be looking to offer thoughts, ideas or shortcuts I can share which will speed your way and make your self-employment easier. Or perhaps to connect you up with useful people. Contact me if you would like to take advantage of a free session on Skype by simply booking yourself into my diary here. If you […]

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Self-Promotion: How To Blow Your Own Business Trumpet…Elegantly

As I work with clients and colleagues, recurring themes come in chunks. This week’s theme? A disinclination to self-promote. Yuk. It’s not nice, is it? And it’s not British. It isn’t modest and its uncomfortable. So many reasons not to do it, including it being time consuming and not what we’d prefer to be doing and then there’s all those yukky feelings turning us off. I listen to my clients and colleagues as they explain this, then I help them find a way to get it done because done it must be if we want to make any money from […]

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If A Picture Paints A Thousand Words…

Lots of the entrepreneurs I’m talking to right now are photographers. Not quite sure how I lucked into such a rich and arty stream of them, but there you are. I am sharing an image tonight from one of them. She’s not a professional photographer but she is French and green and good with her camera and much more besides. I’ve encouraged her to share more of her photos on her website and on social media. If you can take a good photo, let’s see ’em! Here’s Sophie‘s picture. Nice isn’t it?  

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“Highly perceptive, incisive, thinks business brilliantly…”

My Entrepreneur Of The Day for Wednesday 26th June 2013 was Jenny Kowalczuk, a beautiful person, with a beautiful website and a beautiful way with words: “I thoroughly enjoyed talking to Judith Morgan today. She’s highly perceptive, incisive, thinks business brilliantly and is warm and empathetic. Not only that but my call with Judith was relaxed, even though she gently structured the call. I didn’t feel hurried or as though Judith was trying to prove herself to me or sell me anything. We also enjoyed a few good chuckles. What a joy! Thanks Judith!” If you need some professional writing in […]

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5 Affordable Ways I Can Support Small Businesses

My goal is to make business coaching and entrepreneur mentoring affordable for and accessible to all self-employed people, especially those working alone at home. Nothing I offer my clients costs more than £200 a month and most costs considerably less. You can claim a session for free, you can pay a little by donation upfront according to your cash resources right now and pay the rest later, you can subscribe at £50 or £100 a month or you can book on demand at £197. Life couldn’t be easier to get the mentoring help and support you need and want in […]

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