The world’s largest advanced-level notary collaboration just became more accessible than ever before.
Listening to feedback from notaries across the country, me and my fellow founders of the Notary Business Builder learning community (NBB), Laura Biewer and Jennifer Neitzel, have officially made the advanced mastermind program available separate from the TOMM app by Notary Coach.
What does this mean for notaries who want training and support?
It means you can gain access to some of the best teachers in the industry, as well as their online courses & technology, and their live teaching classes every month for a fraction of the original cost of membership.
You can now purchase NBB and TOMM separately! And even if you decide to buy them both, it still costs less than before. In fact, the Standard version of TOMM (the only app that helps notaries get new customers) is FREE! You can get TOMM here. And if/when you’re ready, you can easily upgrade...
How many people do you think you know?
Back when I worked in the peripherals of the wedding industry, we estimated that the average wedding invited about 300 people, with 150 friends & family for each person getting married.
But advances in social media have changed things.
By some estimates, the average American knows about 600 people.
As a small business owner, I bet your network is even bigger.
Think of all the people we meet!
Signers, escrow officers, attorneys, medical staff, maybe a day job, family & friends, our hobbies and extracurricular activities, networking meetings, Zoom calls…
I bet you know a lot of people. Probably more than you realize.
And this network of people around you is your most valuable business asset.
Having clarity of who is actually in your network leads to reverence, or deep respect, for the powerful connections you already have.
Do you want to get...
We work so hard to fill our pipeline with appointments. Think about all the energy, money, and effort we put into:
All this work to get our phone to ring and ding, and then what?
Most notaries finish an appointment and then just hop right back on the hamster wheel again and start all over, hustling for their next customer-another new customer.
Now, there’s nothing wrong with new customers, don’t get me wrong. But they're expensive to acquire. The Harvard Business Review suggests that it is 5-25 times more expensive to acquire a new customer than to sell your services to an existing client.
Your database of previous notary...
I looked up “Quiet Quitting” to find out what, exactly, it means. Several websites later, I’m still not sure. News outlets, bloggers, and influencers, seem to use it how they want and make it mean what they need. It looks like a cross between those employees looking to establish a better work-life balance and those who just simply don’t want to work in their position anymore.
The essence of quiet quitting is to do the bare minimum within the job description, so you’re not working too hard and have time to enjoy life, or work on your own thing.
I can maybe get behind that in many cases. Why burn yourself out building someone else’s dream? Conserve some energy for hobbies, family, and yes, even building your own dream, right?
But, I am also a huge proponent of taking 100% responsibility for your life and your results. If you’re not happy there, make a plan to leave. If your...
I’m sure it was quite the hullabaloo back in the day as Thomas Edison and Alexander Bell argued the best way to answer the newly invented telephone. To think we were just one creative ad campaign away from answering the phone as, “Ahoy!”, a nautical term Bell petitioned for.
Alas, “Hello?” won the day and Thomas Edison had yet another big win to brag about.
For 150 years people have been answering the phone the same way.
Might it be time for a change? I think so. Especially for business owners like you and me. I am surprised at the number of notaries we call for jobs that still answer the phone with a simple hello. Nevermind that they’re using a greeting that has celebrated its centennial, but when I hear it I immediately wonder if I’ve dialed the right number.
I’d rather hear a...
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