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Fastest Tactic To Get Your 1st High-Ticket Client
Flow state. Popping bubble wrap. Sex. They're good... But not as good as getting your first high-ticket client. Lol. But seriously, it changes everything. Munger said, “The first $100,000 is a b****, but you gotta do it.” Kirby said, "The first high-ticket client is a b****, but you gotta do it.” // The best way to get high-ticket clients is to use a free community as a lead magnet (more info here). This post will show you how to rapidly grow your free community with high-quality leads. These will later turn into money. I think with these tactics many of you will be able to get 100 members in your free group in 14 days. Ready to dig in? // 〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️ 𝐓𝐀𝐂𝐓𝐈𝐂 𝟏 𝐨𝐟 𝟐 〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️ There's many names for this tactic. Some called it 'The 2-Step'. Some call it 'Social Giveaways'. I call it 'Overpowered'. Like, seriously overpowered. Lol. // Here's the tactic: You make a social post promising to give free access to your group to everyone who comments. This tactic abuses a loophole in the social media algorithms. By asking people directly to comment, and giving them a strong incentive to do so, the algorithm is tricked into thinking this is a super engaging post, so it boosts the reach of the post to a lot of people. These posts frequently go viral, even if you don't have a big audience. // Then you Direct Message every person who commented with a link to your community. And... who woulda guess... many of them will join. You can automate the DM sending on Twitter through Tweethunter. And on Facebook and Instagram through Manychat. Or just put on your big boy pants and do it manually. // If you don't have any audience, here's what you do: Reach out to 3-10 friends and ask them to like/comment/retweet the post as soon as it’s released.
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Fastest Tactic To Get Your 1st High-Ticket Client
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2 Step over-powered (but where's the 2 step on this post :)
Paid communities are the rage. But just because your favourite YouTuber is making bank with a paid community or course, doesn't mean it's the fastest path for you to get to $10k/month. As a synthesizer, there's only 4 ways for you to monetize: Let's break them down, then help you figure out which is best for you. This is a crucial decision if you want to make a full-time income online doing what you love. // 𝐓𝐇𝐄 𝐅𝐎𝐔𝐑 𝐌𝐎𝐍𝐄𝐓𝐈𝐙𝐀𝐓𝐈𝐎𝐍 𝐏𝐀𝐓𝐇𝐒 1. DO IT YOURSELF (Courses) What is it: The buyer receives information. They have to consume it, and execute on it themselves. Pros: It's infinitely scalable. 1,000,000 people can go through a course at the same time. Cons: It's very hard to sell. The buyer knows it's going to be a lot of work to consume the information then implement it. // 2. DONE WITH YOU AND OTHERS (Paid Communities, Group Coaching, Cohort Based Courses) What is it: The buyer does the work with you helping in a group setting. Pros: It's pretty scalable. You can help hundreds of people at the same time. Cons: It's hard to sell. The buyer does all the work, and doesn't get much direct help from you. // 3. DONE WITH YOU (1 on 1 Coaching) What is it: You help the buyer privately to achieve the outcome. Pros: It's easy to sell. People value 1 to 1 connection, and direct help is very valuable. Cons: It's not infinitely scalable. It's hard to scale beyond $30,000/month. // 4. DONE FOR YOU (Services) What is it: You do work for the buyer. Pros: It's super easy to sell. The buyer hardly has to do any work, but still gets the outcome. Cons: It's not infinitely scalable. It's hard to scale beyond $30,000/month. // 𝐌𝐘 𝐒𝐓𝐎𝐑𝐘 When I started trying to monetize, I thought the best thing to do was build an audience. I spent a year doing this, and made $0. This post explains why you should not make content until you figure out monetization. Please do not make the mistake I made.
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Couldn't agree with this more. If it's not useful in a 1-1 coaching call, unlikely to be useful in a DIY e-book.
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Quality post🫡
🕊️ | How are you currently trying to make money online?
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🕊️ | How are you currently trying to make money online?
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Closing for a high ticket coaching program
18th jan 2018: the harsh advice that transformed my life
6 years ago my first mentor made this video for me that completely transformed my life. Without this harsh advice I might still be broke. Check it out:
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18th jan 2018: the harsh advice that transformed my life
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Damn, what a video, helpful to see you were grinding 6 years ago, gives you a bit of perspective on the time invested
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@Andrew Kirby n these are so dope, what a guy
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Hey Kirby, Been an wild ride since you first put out that "Start then learn" video. Right now: Closing high ticket for a group coaching program, about to cross 1 million in revenue since late May. Been great for learning and putting aside some cash. Next goal: Get clarity on own content plan / my next business I want to build a scalable educational product to 1-2M+ Haven't been able to decide between sales/persuasion or language learning. When you put out that guitar teacher tweet I was kinda shocked and it made me curious if I could do something similar with German or Chinese. Would appreciate any exercises for finding clarity.
1 like • Dec '23
@Corey Bennett Boardman Thanks, Corey!
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