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What Risk Reversal can I offer for Productivity Coaching?
I sell time management/productivity coaching. What risk reversal can I put into my offer? It's quite hard to measure progress in numbers, I don't know what I could guarantee them.
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What Risk Reversal can I offer for Productivity Coaching?
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Same question here.
🕊️ DON'T SELL A COURSE / PAID COMMUNITY (Until You Do This)
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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🕊️ DON'T SELL A COURSE / PAID COMMUNITY (Until You Do This)
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@Aio A. agreed man!
👀 22 MEMBER REQUESTS!!! 🤯
I’m still in disbelief that I just woke up to this many requests! If you’re on the fence just do what @Andrew Kirby says and you’ll make progress! This is coming from someone who requested to be in the group like eight times and didn’t even know why I wasn’t being approved until last week on his X feed. Lol This works!!! I’m excited to build everything out and show up for my group! I was gonna post the first picture and just hope that I could get one more. This is ONLY the beginning! I’m going to show up for them in a MAJOR WAY! Let’s GOOO! 💪🏿😤💯
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👀 22 MEMBER REQUESTS!!! 🤯
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Congrats @Matthew Watson that's amazing!
Already on 20 members in my new community!! 💪
I sent some messages to Skool contacts and interested friends and within an hour I'm already on 5 members! I will also start messaging old Whatsapp contacts and send cold outreach on X. In my Free community '16-Hour Focus' I help young entrepreneurs beat distractions completely so they can make more money online 💰. That is my life purpose. Let's get it!! Really hyped to build this community and work with ambitious young entrepreneurs. No time to waste, back to work! Make your future self proud. 💪
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Congrats!
Importance Of Giving Credits While Curating Content
I had this question. When we curate something, is it needed that we give credit to the original author / creator of that piece of information? Is there anything unethical behind not giving credit?
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That depends on what you mean by curating I'd say. If you are taking someone else's idea as it is, without any interpretation or different implementation then definitely give them credit. Personally even if I was only slightly "inspired" by an idea I give credit for it in the description. There is no harm in being honest ;) Happy synthesizing Swarit.
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Jona Ragogna
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