Want to protect your passion and make sure your business is secure? You NEED to learn how to read and write a contract!
Hey friends, it’s time to press pause on the uncertainty and worry that you might be experiencing at the moment. Ok, pause might be a strong word – let’s at least lower the heat and stick it on the back burner. Let’s face it, none of us have been through anything remotely close to what’s happening in the world right now. But I want to reassure you that there are still things you can do to help you focus on your business and get through this!
If you are running a startup, working as a freelancer or managing your own business – take a bit of time right now to review your current contracts. Every business needs to deal with contracts – and it’s a real investment in your company to ensure they make sense, and are legally sound! Whether you’re reviewing a contract that you’ve been asked to sign or drawing up a contract for a client, you need to understand what you’re signing and agreeing to (or asking your client to agree to) before you sign. Never feel unsure again when you sign the dotted line.
Remember: A contract is one of the best investments you can make in your business.
Hi, I’m Andrea Henry.
As a lawyer, I work with long-established corporates and small business owners at every stage of the entrepreneurial journey.
When I started my firm, I had$1000, three clients and A LOT of hustle – growing my business to 6-figures in under a year. My goal is to legally protect as many people as I can, whether or not they can afford to pay me 1-on-1.
So, I’ve developed The Anatomy of a Contract – a guide to understanding contracts – to take you through the process of reading and writing a contract so you can start making your business the success it’s meant to be.About Andrea
In this guide, you’ll learn how to:
Find the story:
- Identify the characters (the main parties to the contract)
- Identify the plot (what these parties will do together)
- Create an alternate ending (this involves the claims, liability and termination)
Best of all, you’ll benefit from:
Saving Time: When you have this guide, you’ll no longer need to painstakingly make your way through contracts, trying (and sometimes failing) to understand what’s expected. You can refer to this easy-to-follow guide any time, taking the power back!
Saving Money: You don’t need a lawyer to read every contract you sign. The Anatomy of a Contract provides guidance every step of the way, so you can become your own contract guru!
Saving Yourself If Sh*t Hits The Fan: Learn how to avoid liability and protect yourself if something goes wrong down the line.
You’ll also get a checklist to use whenever you write or review a contract!
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