This came to mind last night (after a few gin and lemonades on Mill Ave):
If you’re masterminding your 2016, then…
Keep it simple.
It can feel impossible to see 12 months out.
By breaking it down to 30–90 days, it’s more manageable and won’t feel like a big untouchable object.
Set a 90 day goal for your email list…
… or worry just about getting your next (or first) client.
More on that in just a second.
Last year on January 1st, this is what my picture looked like:
My businesses had just crumbled, my girlfriend and I just broke up, my skin was breaking out in rashes on my face, I was losing hair from stress and emotional breakdown, my list had basically zero people on it, and I was going broke.
< end sob story >
So I found a coach and hired him to help me build my list.
But I needed money, and I needed it fast.
So one month into the coaching program I signed up for I decided it’d be best to switch to offering services – something I’d never done before.
It was the greatest decision I made in the last 12 months.
What’s this got to do with you?
Well, based on the responses to my recent emails, 10 minute chats, and signing up some new folks for my coaching program…
I know that money is of the essence.
And… Breaking down your goals into manageable pieces is the way to do it.
Although my coaching program is now closed, there’s still help available.
You see, I recognize that you want to build your email list full of people excited to hear from you and buy your courses and services.
But, I also know it isn’t the best place to focus your attention if you’re just getting started.
It’s a part of the picture – but not the main focus.
What should the main focus be?
Nailing down your market and offering a service (to people who have money and are happy to pay you).
So I’ll be running a live masterclass on the exact method I used to land clients with recognized names in my industry, and how to leverage it to also grow your email list.
Details soon to be ironed out.
Yes, this will be a paid-for workshop – not a webinar designed with 45 minutes of the “hero’s journey” (whatever that is) – that ends with a big pitch.
For now, hit reply and let me know if your interested.
Off to hydrate,