Here’s the problem we all have when we’re starting out; we lack proof of our value so valuable people look right past us. It’s like the old problem of “how am I supposed to get the experience if you won’t give me the job?” and it can be a deal killer.
The best way to get your foot in the door is to give someone something of value. But if you can’t see your own value, how can you possibly give what you don’t have? And if you can’t deliver value upfront, how can you possibly become valuable in the future? This is the feedback loop that kills more careers before they even start. And there’s only one way to escape it. Listen to this week’s episode and discover the secrets of:
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Being great at what you do isn’t enough to keep you in demand. Because the internet makes it so easy for prospects to shop your competition, most of us are on a constant chase to find work. But this doesn’t have to be the case.
In fact, the very thing that turns you into a commodity, (stupid internet) can be the thing that has you flooded with new clients – If you know how to work it. But work it, you must. It’s not the easy street cakewalk all those other gurus sold it to you as.
If you’re ready for some hard truths, Landon’s here to give you the kick in the butt you need.
You’ve impressed your prospect. They know, like and trust you. Now, they want to get on a call with you and see what kind of a deal you can come to. This is the point at which most people screw it all up.
Here’s why… Most people don’t know a few key things about having that final sales conversation. They go in flying blind and the end up crashing and burning as a result. Don’t let that happen to you.
This week, Landon drops some bombs on you. You’ll discover:
You know the drill. You scramble to land a client, spend all your time focused on the job, then you deliver on your promises; only to find yourself back at square one again. Now you have to hustle again and hope you can find a new client before the money from your last job runs out… Is this really why you got into business on your own?
What if I told you there was a better way? What if you could have a list of people waiting for you. What if, after finishing up one job, you could have your pick on who you wanted to work with next?
It doesn’t have to be a fantasy. In fact, with one simple shift in how you’re doing things, this could be your reality. Wanna find out more?
Tune into this week’s episode as Landon reveals:
Listen now. You can thank us later.
What if you didn’t have to spend a fortune on Facebook ads to get the best clients coming to you? What if you didn’t have to manage a confusing CRM tool in order to stay at the forefront of your client’s minds? What if none of those things even mattered if you didn’t first have something else in place? There’s an easier way to keep your clients happy and coming back for more. There’s a better way to find more “perfect-for-you” clients than what you’re probably doing now. Problem is, it’s not exciting or even new, so most people aren’t talking about it. But it’s the foundation that everything else needs to be built on if you want it to work. Tune in and discover:
Warning; this one might offend you. Listen anyway.
Most of us fumble our way through getting clients. We get to a point where, after pitching 20 people, one of them says yes and we call it a success. There’s got to be a better way. With the rise of social media, reaching out and connecting has become easier than ever. Problem is, most people use social media like a speed dating app. “Hey, thanks for accepting my friend request. Here’s what I do. Wanna give me some money?” … Blocked and reported. So, how do you use the power of social media to get clients, without coming off like a complete douche canoe? That’s what this week’s episode is all about. Tune in and you’ll discover.
Most people overcomplicate things. They make what they do hard for others to understand; the dreaded “curse of knowledge. They make getting clients a lot harder than it has to be. Even here, at the Sales Gorilla Podcast, we can be guilty of making things harder than they have to be. This week, we’re going back to the basics. Getting clients can be easy… if you strip it down to its essential parts. That’s what this episode is all about. We’re gonna give you the first steps you need to start getting more clients in a simple way that anybody can put into use today. Tune in and you’ll discover:
This one goes deep… balls deep. Don’t miss it Listen now.
Your momma always told you, “it’s rude to ask about money and never talk to strangers.” But what does it take to get more sales? You have to ask strangers to give you money. And this is only one reason why most people can’t make a sale to save their business.
Really though, it’s a lot deeper than that. Most people who are great at doing the thing, can’t sell the thing for the life of them. If that’s you, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. This week, Landon does a deep dive into why it’s so scary to go out and get clients, and a bunch of tips on how to make it easier.
You don’t want to miss this one. You’ll find out:
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Business owners tend to get a bad wrap for being selfish. The conception is, if you make a bunch of money, it’s because you were serving your own selfish needs before the needs of your clients. What if I told you the exact opposite was true? What if being selfish meant that you got what you wanted, and your clients got even more than what they wanted? What if being selfish actually meant providing the best service possible while making the most for your efforts? I know it sounds a bit counter-intuitive, but after you listen to this week’s episode, it’ll all make sense. Tune in and find out:
There’s a shift happening with your favorite sales community. A “Level-Up” is taking place and not all are gonna be ready for it. It wasn’t what we planned for this episode, but Landon spills the beans on what to expect and how to prepare for it. It’s time to leverage what you’ve learned and start making it multiply your results. You’ve learned the foundations of client-getting. Now it’s time to discover how those principles can lead to a steady flow of new clients for your business. Tune in and discover: