Although, I’m not terribly surprised either.
I’ve had over a dozen conversations with fellow Dads this week.
Some via phone calls.
Some via Facebook Messenger.
A lot of these Dads are just getting started in this wild online world.
And they’re beyond frustrated on where to start.
And it’s not their fault…
They’ve been mislead.
And I admit, I’m partially to blame for that.
Most of them are focused on the WRONG shit.
Let me make it 3rd grade level simple for you.
Here’s how to build a business…
- Find a market (ideally, one with a painful, pressing problem)
- Have conversations with these people
- Craft a Godfather Offer – An offer they simply cannot refuse (this is your solution to their problem)
- Sell your offer to these people (you have a moral obligation to do this)
- A funnel
- A website
- A logo
I wouldn’t recommend a funnel until you’re generating several thousands dollars a month.
I’m not saying they’re not important.
When starting out, it’s not the best use of your time.
And I should have made this more clear for the beginner, hence why I said, I did you wrong.
The above 4 steps are the straight line to a six-figure business (and the ONLY things you should be focused on).
They may not be se-xy.
They may not be flashy.
However, they will put more of that green stuff in your piggybanks.
Giving you the freedom to take your kids to the zoo on a Tuesday afternoon without having to ask for the day off.
Or attending your kids school field trips (a favorite of mine)
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A Dadpreneur, a marketing strategist, a horrendous fantasy football player, a dreadful golfer, a cheeseburger connoisseur and a wastebucket full of useless sports knowledge.