Have you ever heard of a “VIP Day”?
This is a special, sacred experience you would create for your clients where you give them laser-focused, hot seat coaching to help them achieve their results faster.
You can do a VIP Day to help create a deeper connection with your client, which leads to more precise coaching and engagement. Your clients will love it!
In this week’s marketing strategy, I spell out some key steps you need to consider in creating your VIP Day. But this biggest step is this: Just do it! Your clients will be so glad to have this experience with you.
Looking at our marketing journey so far, would you say that you’ve been committed to your journey – or just interested in it?
Your first response may be “I am committed!”
While I hope that’s true, what I often find is that entrepreneurs are only interested. And that interest can be a total mindset killer, especially when you’re having a bad marketing day.
I invite you watch this week’s marketing strategy video and read the blog post to understand the difference between “commitment” and “interest” as it relates to your marketing. And then think about how you can be truly committed to staying the course, no matter what results you are seeing.
The entrepreneurial journey is really a journey of faith.
When things are going great, our faith is strong.
But, when things are souring, our faith waivers.
Staying in faith is the single-most important job we have as entrepreneurs. It’s how we’ll stay in business – even during the bleak days.
I hope you’ll watch this marketing strategy video, and read my blog post, so that you’ll be inspired on the days when you want to throw in the towel.
The world needs you – and your gifts. Never forget.
Have you ever considered starting a Facebook group?
Facebook Groups may help you reach your ideal clients. Plus, they are great ways to engage with your tribe, allowing them to get to know you better.
Another advantage of Facebook groups is that Facebook does not hide group posts from the newsfeed, unless the user has specified otherwise. This means your posts will have a better chance of being seen by your Facebook group member (versus your fans, who may never see your page content).
In this week’s marketing strategy, I outline what you must first do before starting your Facebook group – and that’s determining your objective.
Once you have your objective, you will know exactly what kind of group you want to host – and who to invite to your Facebook group.
How are you at delegating?
If you’re like many entrepreneurs, you delegate in one of two ways:
- You can’t pry any projects from your clenched hands, or
- You quickly explain the task to your team members, and then you’re off to do something else.
Either scenario is not setting your team member up for success!
Check out this week’s marketing strategy where I share the three golden rules of delegation.
Follow these rules, and your outsourcing experience will be more productive – and your team will love working for you.