Bylkas’ Key Reminders For Financial Peace

Last week I wrote about all the chaos that our culture seems to be experiencing, and how things feel like they are fraying around the edges. Well, not only do we seem to be more divided than ever (with a heaping slice of online bitterness thrown in), but each of us carries our own private fears and struggles having to … Read More

Kathy BylkasBylkas’ Key Reminders For Financial Peace

Colorado Springs Businesses Should Focus Less On Sales Pitch And More On Adding Value

This summer has been rough. Our culture seems to be fraying around the edges (if not worse), and even if you are successful at staying focused on what’s most important for you, your family, and your business, it’s difficult not to be troubled at some level by our national conversation. And we’re still over a year away from the next … Read More

Kathy BylkasColorado Springs Businesses Should Focus Less On Sales Pitch And More On Adding Value

Four Steps For Attracting Better Prospective Colorado Springs Clients

It’s very likely that your Colorado Springs clients have put tax season far off in their rear view mirror, and they’re going on (or coming back from) vacation, making trips to the pool, or grilling out with friends and family. Why not let the good times roll and make some new clients while they’re happy? Let’s discuss four key steps … Read More

Kathy BylkasFour Steps For Attracting Better Prospective Colorado Springs Clients

9 (More) Reasons You Should Own Your Colorado Springs Business’ Building

Working remotely is more prevalent in Colorado Springs’s work culture than ever before. The rise of coworking spaces like WeWork and PlexPod offer alternative, fun and modern ways to work alongside, and potentially collaborate with, other individuals in their own respective ventures. In addition, many Colorado Springs business owners prefer working from the comfort of home or local coffee shops. … Read More

Kathy Bylkas9 (More) Reasons You Should Own Your Colorado Springs Business’ Building

Establishing Clear Pricing For Your Colorado Springs Customers

Last week, we had a little “mid-year pep talk.” After a good locker room session, it’s good to enter Q3 and Q4 with a solid gameplan. And a solid gameplan, of course, means good plays. As it relates to your Colorado Springs business, we’re talking about the actual offerings you convey to any given customer. For Chick-fil-A, it’s the chicken … Read More

Kathy BylkasEstablishing Clear Pricing For Your Colorado Springs Customers

Have You Been Thinking Too Small For Your Colorado Springs Business In 2019?

Yes, I’m talking about the US Women’s National Team’s second half in Lyon on Sunday, defeating the Dutch with a strong second half and bringing home their 4th World Cup Championship. And no, I’m NOT talking about the US Men’s National Team’s second half in Chicago (also on Sunday), in which a strong first period was followed by a much … Read More

Kathy BylkasHave You Been Thinking Too Small For Your Colorado Springs Business In 2019?

Your TaxLady’s Tips on Turning One-Time Buyers into Repeat Customers

In your Colorado Springs business, you’re shooting for one thing whether you realize it or not: customer loyalty. Seeking out new customers is an arduous task in itself, but keeping them satisfied is another beast that you should take seriously. Why is it so important to take care of your repeat customers? First, in all of your hustle and bustle … Read More

Kathy BylkasYour TaxLady’s Tips on Turning One-Time Buyers into Repeat Customers

Does Your Cost Structure Match Your Colorado Springs Company’s Value

Here’s an unfortunate reality: many businesses offer amazing value, but struggle to make enough money because they don’t charge enough. Thinking they are offering customers “a good deal”, their business suffers as a result of selling themselves short. But whether our country is experiencing economic success or is on the cusp of recession (not going to even try to predict … Read More

Kathy BylkasDoes Your Cost Structure Match Your Colorado Springs Company’s Value

Three Guidelines for Developing a Successful Referral Network For Your Colorado Springs Business

I’ve noticed something over the years about particular business people. Scratch beneath the seemingly successful exterior, and there is something very … small about them. They are always looking for that edge over other people, and are continually in “take” mode. And the smallness of their world ALWAYS comes back around to these kinds of business people, though it sometimes … Read More

Kathy BylkasThree Guidelines for Developing a Successful Referral Network For Your Colorado Springs Business

Developing An Employee Compensation Plan For Your Colorado Springs Organization

As your Colorado Springs business grows, there’s an underlying asset which propels your growth: your people. Now, for some of my clients, “people” mean, well … you. But even in that case, what I have to say today will still matter. Because what I’m talking about today matters just as much for YOU. We’re talking compensation. Wages. Salaries. How you … Read More

Kathy BylkasDeveloping An Employee Compensation Plan For Your Colorado Springs Organization