Potential free publicity

through an interview for

scalable and replicatable businesses.

Participate in a study and receive a free business assessment and more.

Beginning the first part of 2012, I will start conducting interviews and studies with business owners in the U.S. I would love to include you in this interview opportunity. I’m calling it an opportunity because notes from your interview could potentially appear in one of my blog posts or even in my next book, which I plan to begin in 2012 as well. All interviews with you will be used as a part of a study to identify statistical information on how business owners succeed in business.

Since my blog and my first book have thousands of readers, this could be a great opportunity to showcase your business.  Don’t miss out on this chance to have my subscribers and those who purchase my books find out more about your business both online and offline!

And, as a thank you for your time, after your interview, I will give you a free business assessment and three free chapters of my first book, Show Me the Money.

Where are my articles published?

* Chia-Li Chien's blog; http://chialichien.com/cal/blog.html
* Yahoo! Voices; http://voices.yahoo.com/
* The Initiative for a Competitive Inner City; http://www.icic.org/connections/blog
* Financial Planning Association – members only; http://connect.fpanet.org/home/
* Journal of Value Growth – members only; Value Growth Institute
* And many entrepreneurs’ blog sites worldwide and growing …

Who are we looking for?

* Business owners who have owned and operated their business for more than 5 years.
* Business owners who are the majority shareholder of the business legal entity.
* Business with more than five employees and/or contractors.
• Business owners whose businesses are not part of a multi-level marketing model.
• Business owners whose business model is scalable and replicatable.

What information will you need to review and consider before the interview?

1. Sample Interview Release Form
2. Standard Interview Questions—please pick 5 or 6 that you would like to discuss
3. Completion of on-line assessment (it will take about 15 to 20 minutes)

What do I need to do to be a part of this interview study?

Complete your online assessment and we will contact you to schedule a telephone or skype interview. Once we complete our 45-60 minute interview, we’ll schedule a time for your FREE business assessment and I’ll send you three free downloadable chapters of my first book, Show Me the Money; Run Your Business Like a Prosperous Investor. At a later date, we’ll let you know if your interview will be featured in one of my articles or my next book.

In addition, you’ll find our post-interview assessment insightful and informative, helping you get or keep your business on track for success. So please start 2012 with a proactive step and complete the quick online assessment as the first step toward your business interview.

Don’t miss this opportunity to potentially have your business showcased, as in this article published Dec. 4, 2011 "Creating a Mission Statement That Helps Drive Your Success."

We look forward to finding out more about you and your business and the chance to talk to you and learn how you have built and sustained a successful business!

Thank you!


About Chia-Li Chien

Chia-Li ChienChia-Li Chien, CFP®, CRPC, PMP; Chia-Li “like JOLLY!” A passionate leader of small business strategic equity value creation and implementation mastery. She is a globetrotting strategist, speaker and author. She is CEO and chief strategist of Value Growth Institute dedicated to creating business value that transforms your world. Capture meaningful personal wealth. Position your business for future transitioning.

Chia-Li is also a Midas Advisor to MidasNation, a community dedicated to helping private business owners increase the value of their firms.  She is the award-winning author of Show Me The Money and faculty member of American Management Association. Her blog and newsletter was recently named a top small business resource by the New York Times “You’re the Boss” blog.


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