Non-Coach Service Provider

If you are performing any sort of services for a client, regardless of whether you are paid hourly, on a project basis, or ongoing, it is critically important to have a contract. A proposal is not enough to adequately protect you and your business; you need a strong contract in addition to a proposal.

Consider…

What happens if a client tries to change the scope of work halfway through your project, but won't pay you for the additional work?

You're hiring a contractor to help you build something that involves your trade secrets. How do you prevent that person from sharing your secrets with your competition?

You've spent 6 months working on a specialized project and your client now says his business is bankrupt and he can't pay you. How do you get paid?

You want to use the work you created for hire in your portfolio. Who owns the work?

You May Also Need…

IF YOU PLAN ON HIRING SOMEONE…

IF YOU ARE ALSO SELLING A DIGITAL PRODUCT OR ONLINE COURSE…

IF YOU HAVE A LIVE GROUP PROGRAM…

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