How to Create a Business Card

Today is Day 6 of our #30DayChallenge — the 30 Day Client Growth Strategies Training — so you can you inject more cash into your business.

We’ve covered several things so far – how multitasking is a time killer, meeting 7 new people every day, scheduling your tasks, and website development.

Today, I want to share a simple tool I use to keep others informed about my recent works and new products – Business Cards.

Creating business cards does not have to be expensive or time-consuming.  Here is a resource I use:

Spend some time thinking about what you want to include on your business card.

  • Name
  • Website
  • Phone number (optional)
  • Job Title

Name of books or the top three products/services you provide on the back of the card.

Keep the business card theme complimentary to your website.  You want your business card to be consistent with your brand.  For example, if your website is peach, green, and black, then your business card needs to have those colors.  People like to go with the familiar because it gives them a sense of security and trust.

Bright blessings,


Melissa Annalise Halstead is a Knowledge Leverage Expert.  She works with somewhat successful  self-employed professionals and very small businesses who struggle to leverage their knowledge effectively and need to monetize their message consistently, without pushing so hard.

What separates her service from other business coaches is that SHE ONLY works with C-Level executives, coaches, speakers, self-employed businesses and SHE ONLY specializes in leveraging their knowledge and monetizing their knowledge, nothing else. Because of this, her clients receive proven, undiluted, and extremely specific step-by-step information on exactly what they need to do to leverage their knowledge. As a result, those who coach with her get their message in front of the right audience, and infuse more cash into their business than they would on their own.

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