Does this sound familiar? 

You’ve built your business community, shared your free tips, free newsletters and free content but still can’t quite convert your followers into paying clients? Or are you not on track with your revenue income or just haven’t achieved everything you wanted to yet for Q1?

Don’t panic!

We’re coming to the end of February and I’m showing you the actions you can put into place to not only have paying clients but to have happy ones too!

What’s not to love about that! 

In this episode I’m sharing how to:

  • Set and enforce clear boundaries with your clients, do you really want to be available 24/7? Train them into being clients – you can’t give everything away for free!
  • Focus on your strengths in your business and work out what you can convert best. Do you excel in webinars? Are podcasts your thing? Can you get more referrals, be more visible?

Quotes:

“We have to train people early to be clients. not eternal prospects.”

“If you want to train your audience in the right way, you have to make selling a normal part of your process. You have to normalise that approach.”

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