Every potential customer you’ve ever lost has something in common: You didn’t know and understand them well enough to get them to convert. The more you know about your audience, the better position you’ll be in to help them.
Back when I was running my very first company, things were pretty steady, and we were doing pretty well for ourselves. It wasn’t until we shifted our focus in one major way that business really started to take off.
Here we are again with another success story that seems too good to be true. But it absolutely did happen: Using Facebook Live, we were able to generate $25,000 of recurring revenue. In this episode, I explain how we did it—and why it worked.
No, that’s not a clickbait title. But this also isn’t a get-rich-quick story, either. But it is the story of how we made nearly $50,000 from clients before we even created the product they purchased.
Close your eyes for a moment and think of the perfect day. The one where you accomplish everything you wanted to, see everyone you hoped you would, and have just the right amount of downtime. Now: Want to make it happen?
Of all the approaches, strategies, tips and tricks I’ve learned throughout my entrepreneurial journey, one thing stands out as far as why I’ve been so successful: Being the face of my company. Check out this episode to see what I mean.
Getting your customers to commit to something big is really about getting them to take a bunch of tiny steps in the right direction. Here I explain how I use Facebook Messenger to get my customers moving forward in their buyer’s journey.
For all entrepreneurs and founders, the journey is riddled with peaks and valleys. But learning from our mistakes (and our victories) makes it easier to stay on the path to success. Here’s what I’ve learned on my journey.
Implementing a risk reversal policy strategically and intentionally can get even your most hesitant leads and prospects to dive head-first into your brand’s offerings—as long as you follow the best practices for doing so.
If you know anything about McGregor’s actual career, you know that he pretty much always gets what he wants. Today, I want to discuss what McGregor’s story can teach you about what it takes to succeed in the business world.