Nov 20, 2019
My special guest on
Kemi Doll, has been crushing it as of late! And she’s
here today to give you some insight into how she’s getting it
Kemi went down the route of trying to sell her offer
through a complicated email funnel. Just before launching, however,
she found Services That Sell and decided to change her approach.
She flipped the funnel, re-packaging all her content to create a
real service that would get real results for her
Now, she’s completely booked up
for the rest of the year.
Key Highlights of the Episode
This episode was
extremely actionable and insightful. Here are a few key
- Make a commitment
- Upon signing up for Services That
Sell, Kemi was committed to learning all the content of
the course, regardless of how uncomfortable it would make her feel.
If you sign up for a course or any kind of coaching program, you
have to be committed. Be willing to answer some difficult
- Promise one result
- Kemi had trouble niching down. Even though her
target audience was already small, the result she was promising was
still vague. That’s when she started using results-focused
language, making her promise of “Get that grant!” It was a very
specific result and would force her to become committed to her
clients. Promising a clear, tangible and measurable result takes
- Willing to fail
– Despite being terrified at
times, Kemi has a willingness to try new things out, even
if it could mean failure. This is the perfect attitude for growth,
especially if you’re following a proven methodology. She learns
from each and every action, whether it’s posting on social media,
going live on Facebook or having sales calls.
- If you truly want to help
people, you will succeed –
According to Kemi, the difference between someone that has
success in Services That Sell vs someone that doesn’t is the desire
and passion to go out there and serve. If you just want to make
money, it’s much harder to be successful, because the courage and
drive come from a deep desire to help people.
- Learning to sell
– If you believe that you’re doing
something wrong by asking people to pay for your services, then
you’ll never be successful at sales. Kemi could never see herself selling until she
changed her conception of what selling was. Now, she defines sales
as inspiring people to take action. Once you change your mindset,
selling becomes something totally different from the sleazy,
dishonest stereotypes a lot of us have.
Tune in now.
If you’re booked out with
private 1:1 clients, ready to raise the price of your successful
digital course or want a new revenue stream beyond retainer
clients, I invite you to apply.
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