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SLS125 Stop Creating New Stuff - Smart Leaders Sell

Are you stressing yourself out by launching something new every week? It can be overwhelming for you, and confusing to your audience. While the constant launch strategy works for some people with massive audiences, it can be frustrating and exhausting for smaller businesses. What if there is an easier way? What if you could repurpose something you’ve already tried and tested, maximize the sales process, and get amazing results for more people than last time? That’s exactly what happens when you revisit old programs, and that’s what I’m talking about today.

In This Episode

  • If you’re always launching, when do you deliver?
  • A useful sales approach from car manufacturers.
  • When should you launch a new product, service or program?
  • Revisiting old programs that we’ve filed away and forgotten about.
  • Why McDonald’s can be found every 8 miles in the USA

“The year I launched 63 things, so that’s more than one a week obviously, I cried a lot”

“Start selling stuff that you already have, because it makes it so much easier”

“You should be more aware of what’s actually going right in your business?”

“Selling new is also that big commitment. You need to be committed to seeing this through”

“You have something that is already tried and tested”

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