Nobody wants to be a doormat. So, how do you underpromise, overdeliver, and avoid being walked all over by your clients? This week is all about setting up healthy boundaries in your relationship marketing strategy. Landon goes balls deep into:
Being perceived as a leader is almost non-negotiable when it comes to building a client based service. If your clients don’t see you as a leader, good luck getting them to pay you. So, are there any shortcuts to gaining leader status in the eyes of your clients? Does having a community help position you as a better leader? Can you learn something from cults when it comes to building a culture? The answer to all these questions is yes. And in this week’s podcast, Landon breaks it down for you in a no-BS way you’ve come to love and respect from him. He’ll show you:
It’s every business owner’s worst nightmare. You put years of blood, sweat, and tears into building your dream. And now, after all that hard work to get it off the ground, it’s starting to look like everything might come crashing down on you. For 9 out of 10 entrepreneurs, this is the sad reality. So, what do you do when your business bottoms out on you, when the sales start drying up? More importantly, how do you build a business that doesn’t have to worry about this happening in the first place? Tune in this week to discover:
So, you’re pretty good at what you do, but you don’t feel comfortable claiming to be the best there is… sound familiar? Problem is, if you don’t claim your spot at the top, you feel like nobody will take you seriously. But, if you do claim the top spot, you’ll feel like an imposter and it’ll probably come back around and bite you in the ass. So, what do you do? This week’s episode dispels the old myth of “fake it til you make it” while giving you a much better way to go about getting clients. Tune in and you’ll discover:
We’ve all heard the old saying “fake it till you make it,” but is that really the advice you should be taking? Today, the market is on to all the cheap tricks marketers have used for ages. Most of the can spot a fake guru coming from a mile away. These days, claiming to be something you’re not can blow up in your face and expose you to the whole world. So, you’re not an expert, but you’re better than most people at the thing you do. How do you sell yourself to the right people without faking the funk? That’s what this week’s episode is all about. Join Landon Porter as he explains:
Should You Really Be Trying to Scale Your Business? what if the Gurus are all wrong? What if scaling your business isn’t the right thing to do? For lots of people out there, scaling their business might be the worst thing they could do. It might be what leads them to close their doors forever. Could you be one of those people? Could you end up being a victim of your own success? Landon drops some ideas that shed new light on the old idea of why you should (or shouldn’t) 10X your business. You’ll discover:
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Most service-based businesses and consultants think getting clients is hard. They struggle trying to be a salesperson for their craft, and it just doesn’t work. But without knowing sales, how can they sell themselves?
The problem is, they’re trying too hard. There is a better way. Just by having the right conversations with the right people, selling can be a whole lot easier.
Wanna know what those conversations are and how to start them? That’s what this episode of Sales Gorilla Podcast is all about.
Gary V. says you have to hustle your face off. Ben Settle espouses the virtues of a 10-minute workday. So, who’s right? Which one of the business geniuses should you follow? The answer might surprise you. Landon clears up the bullshit on this week’s episode of the podcast. If you’ve been confused about which path to follow, give this one a listen. We’ll cover:
Tune in now. You don’t want to miss this one.
Be obnoxious. Interrupt people’s day. Spam them with the same message over and over again. Make sure they know your name. Call them during dinner. These are the old rules of marketing and they don’t work anymore. The world has moved on. Have you? Has your marketing? What works in the current atmosphere where social media and algorithms have changed the way we interact with each other? How do you maintain a brand when people are sick of branding? In this week’s podcast, Landon breaks down:
Have you ever went out of your way to get a new client, only to realize you just invited a nightmare into your life? One of the biggest reasons we lose our passion for business is hooking up with the wrong clients and customers. Working for the wrong people can make your life a living hell. But most of us feel like we don’t have a choice. Maybe we can’t find enough leads. Maybe we can’t afford to say “no”. Maybe we just suck at seeing the red flags before taking on a bad client blows up in our face. I know I’ve felt each one of these things in the past. Not to worry, Landon has you taken care of. In this week’s episode, we cover:
You don’t want to miss this one.