I’ve noticed a common theme over the last several weeks.
Most of the people I’ve chatted with are insanely talented.
They have a tremendous amount of value to offer the world.
Their mindset is what’s preventing them from the success they desire.
Sad to see.
A few weeks ago, I shared a story about a client of mine who has a 5 figure offer.
She’s sold this offer multiple times, at that price, so it’s a validated offer.
Yet, she was concerned about offering it again.
I gave her some tough love, and encouraged her to share her gifts with her email list.
She emailed her list again about the offer.
One lady needed help with scaling her funnel (my client’s offer is about building a funnel), so my client offered her a $3,900 “down sell” for one-on-one coaching.
Here’s our exchange…
Look at what the lady replied when she heard the price….
“This is too cheap!”
This was a reply to her $3,900 coaching offer!
Talk about confidence boosting feedback!
This proves there are PLENTY of people out there with money who are desperately seeking solutions to their problems.
One last note…
My client asked about running Facebook ads to build up her list more.
In our exchange above, I told her not at this time.
She’s got 12 people who showed interest in her $10k offer, but weren’t ready to make the investment.
I told her those 12 people IS a list.
Sure, it might seem like a small list, but it’s a list who’s interested in her $10k offer!
These are hot leads, and she could offer them something besides the Done-for-You funnel.
She could offer….
- Group coaching
- One-on-one coaching
- A training on how to build this type of funnel
This is what happens when you take action.
This is what happens when your dreams are bigger than your bullshit.
This is what happens when you kick the fear of judgement in the face, and unleash your gifts with the world.
It all begins when you start putting yourself out there.
Go unleash your inner badass with the world.
The internet is waiting.
A Dadpreneur, a marketing strategist, a horrendous fantasy football player, a dreadful golfer, a cheeseburger connoisseur and a wastebucket full of useless sports knowledge.