The one key that might prevent you from failing
Business is actually pretty straightforward once you know what to focus on. Speaking to people who have done it before & know what to do is often the difference between making it or not. Below is why:
One of my favorite quotes:
“A fool doesn’t learn from their mistakes.
A wise man learns from his mistakes.
A genius learns from the mistakes of others”.
Back when I started my online magazine, we had 300,000 visitors a month but no idea what to do to grow the company.
I met an advisory team who found me an investor within one month, and raised 250,000 bucks.
I once posted on the technology forum “Hacker news” I can grow any social media account and know a lot about content. What should I do with this?”
A message board user named Austen Allred reached out and said “We should write a book on what you know about social media, adding in what I know about SEO, PR, and affiliates”
A few weeks later we launched the book.
It ended up being the biggest ever growth hacking book launched on Kickstarter and in total the book did a little under 250,000 bucks in revenue (let alone MUCH more in clients I got from the back of it, connections, talks, etc)
After I had been posting content on Facebook for a few weeks, I wanted to monetise my audience. I heard about Dan Meredith, someone who made his main living from the audience he writes for (even though his audience was not that big).
He told me what to sell, how to sell it, when to launch, and when to close the launch.
I made 50,000 bucks quickly and six figures within six months of the first time we spoke (courses, coaching, consulting, ebooks, etc).
In these examples, think about the people who have tried to do what I did and got mothing in return…I wasn’t doing anything particularly original:
I very well could have ended up like the majority of people who tried to do the above - not making it work and moving onto something else.
But because of the guidance they gave me (very little time spent with each person) they put me on a quick path to doing well.
Starting this substack was an idea from one of my mentors.
Point is: Mentors are the difference between making it, and not.
And if you want me to mentor you, there are 12 hours left on my Cyber Monday 0ffer.
If you've ever wanted my brains to solve your problems, you have 24 hours to secure me working with you to solve your biz problems live, one-to-one!
Common issues I resolve on these mentoring calls:
> Integrating A.I./ChatGPT throughout your company e.g. content strategy, cold email strategy, etc
> Finding your secret sauce to give you a competitive edge
> Looking to create channels to solve customer problems
> Strategy for side-hustles
SO if you want me, pick one!
1) One "power-up Zoom"
If you haven't launched yet/just starting out/have small budget:
One 45-60 minute Zoom where I'll have you fill out a questionnaire I read in advance so I understand your goals and issues, then a Zoom where I lay out exactly what I'd do, up to and including three months of planning:
200 bucks if you reply "power-up zoom" to this email
One months' strategy and advice calls
FOUR 45-60 minute Zooms where I'll have you fill out a questionnaire I read in advance so I understand your goals and issues, then a Zoom where I lay out exactly what I'd do, up to and including three months of planning:
750 bucks if you reply "power-up month of zooms" to this email
Three months' strategy and advice calls
Reply to this email with "three months zooms!" and I'll reply - Need to see if we're aligned before I commit. Excited to see who replies though!
Below are some previous people I’ve helped:
hit reply with "power up zoom" "one month of power up zooms" or "3 months of zooms" if u want my help!