You’ve built what you thought would be a wildly successful business, but nobody’s buying. You promote on all the right channels, but nobody’s paying attention. You have no idea what went wrong. All you know is that you feel like giving up and never trying again. You’re not alone. 80% of businesses fail in the first five years. Most of them fail because they made one or two minor mistakes when they laid the foundation for their businesses. This is commonly known as “building your business on quicksand”. Make one of these simple miscalculations and get ready for a painful defeat. Avoid them in advance and it’s almost impossible to fail. Tune in this week and discover:
So many entrepreneurs run themselves ragged chasing down clients and customers. They try everything under the sun, searching for the one idea that’ll solve all their financial problems. They make getting clients and money a lot more complicated than it has to be. Sound familiar? If you’re still stuck in the hamster wheel – running your ass off and not getting anywhere – this is the reason why. You haven’t figured out the two things you have to do before you set out to make money or attract new clients. These two things involve 3 steps and they make all the difference in the world. This week, Landon reveals:
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You’ve probably heard these sayings before: “Money isn’t everything,” “Money can’t buy happiness,” and my personal favorite “Money is the root of all evil.” Well, let me ask you this; if you walked around talking about how much you hated men all day, how likely would a man be to stick around and be a part of your life? If you talked all day about how horrible women are, how likely would one want to become your wife if she heard you? If you’re constantly telling the universe that something isn’t important to you, how likely is the universe to deliver it to you? Now, if you’re like me, you’re thinking to yourself that this is just a bunch of woo-woo nonsense. I don’t blame you. But there is some science behind it. Join us on this week’s episode and discover:
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One of the best ways to bring in a steady flow of clients is to build a culture around what you do. But it can be a lot of work, and not everybody can do it. And even if you can do it, making it last for any substantial amount of time can prove impossible. If you’re a member of the Jungle, you know what Landon and Ash have pulled off is nothing short of phenomenal. But how do they do it and how do they keep it going? This week, Landon reveals some of his closely guarded secrets, including:
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Developing Relationships with People Out of Your League They say you are the average of the five people you spend the most time with. To up your net worth, you’ve gotta up your network. But how do you build relationships with people who have nothing to gain from letting you in? This is a problem that plagues a lot of business owners out there. But we’ve found a couple of hacks to help you overcome this value hurtle. Tune in and discover:
The world is evolving. If you want to keep up, you’d better be evolving too. There is so much opportunity out there, but most people are letting it just slip by. Big businesses are going the way of the dinosaur. If you know how to evolve, you can be what replaces them. This wee, Landon covers:
People overcomplicate things. It’s what we do. We scattershot our attention in 100 different directions. We chase after 100 different marketing ideas. And we run ourselves out of energy while we do it. There’s got to be a better way. Landon helps you simplify your strategy and get back to basic’s in this week’s episode.
If you’re selling something worth selling, you’re not gonna be the only one out there, selling it. After all, if there’s a market, you’re going to have competition. And chances are, some of your competition will be killing it. So, how do you turn a Red Ocean into your own private Blue Ocean? How do you use the fact that you’re not the only one out there into a reason to buy from you? How do you sell against your competition? Join Landon as he breaks down:
When you put someone up on a pedestal, they have no choice but to look down on you. This is doubly true of clients. But, if you’re trying to deliver world-class service, how do you do that without giving them all the power in your relationship? That’s what this week’s podcast is all about. Landon reveals:
You’ve heard the old saying; the fortune’s in the follow up. But how do you follow up with people, without coming off as needy? Too many people let the fear of “chasing away” their prospects prevent them from following up. If you’re doing this, you’re losing out on opportunities. Most people are busy and you might fall down the memory hole. Others need to know you’re serious before they’ll work with you. Either way, you need to be following up with your leads. So, how do you follow up without being perceived as bothersome or needy? Wha’s the proper way to follow up with people that respects their needs and yours? How do you keep the conversation going without being pushy or turning them off? All these questions and more will be answered in this week’s episode of the Sales Gorilla Podcast.