When people see a high-priced item, they automatically assume it’s of a higher quality and more valuable than something that’s cheap.
Example: Starbucks charged more for what used to be cheap and dressed it in a premium customer experience, with nice tables, good music, and friendly baristas.
The psychological pain of losing is twice as powerful as the pleasure of gaining something.
FOMO gets customers into the store and makes them feel like they’re part of something exclusive and special.
Example: Seasonal drinks that happen only at Christmas
Remove as much friction in your customer journey as possible. Make it so easy to interact, buy, and gain access to your product.
Example: Their app removes two of the biggest pains from getting coffee, waiting to pay and waiting to...
This has guaranteed me an average of 87% closing ratio!
9 out of every 10 deals is mine
Many people start their conversations with a
'Hey, what's up, this my offer'
Other people start their conversations talking about the weather...
Unless you are selling them an umbrella... save that one for later!
Both of these ways will lead to a 'No, thank you'.
Your prospect cares about unique treatment & understanding, not generic scripts & salesy techniques...
'Jamesss, did you catch the football game yesterday? - Man, I told you we were gonna win'.
'Elle, before we dive in, that post you made yesterday... WOW! - It was amazing!
Salesy isn't even a word in the dictionary.
There is no definition for it. It's a made up thing to keep you poor.
If you have an offer that helps people, then start promoting it!
If you are not actively searching for clients, you won't make money.
Just because you have clients today, doesn't mean you will tomorrow.
Dedicate 30 minutes every day to start new conversations.
You can't sell a product to a stranger, if you don't believe in it.
The lack of confidence will keep you poor.
You can't give your everything 1 day, then sleep for a week.
Show up as often as you can, but never quit.
If your offer doesn't have 10x the value in relation to the price, change it.
An irresistible offer has considerable less risk...
As you begin your journey in marketing your business online and begin building your brand you will hear a lot of lies that will make you question "am I doing this right"?
Here are 3 of the worst to avoid believing and the truths behind each lie.
People don't read, they scan
This one makes an appearance now and again and it paints a bad picture of good marketing.
If this were true all necessary information would be scanned and never read...
Good marketing isn't about keeping everything short and to the point.
It's about knowing when to keep it short and simple and when to explain more with key information the reader needs to know.
People read what matters
They cut out the noise and only read info they want the most.
You must find a niche to start your business
While you continue to overthink, other people have already started building their brand
You don't need anything however by...
These tips can be applied to dating too, so pay close attention.
Take it slow and have a proper nurturing sequence in place.
Example: Send extra tips via email/buy them a takeaway meal.
If you are trying too hard to win them over, they will smell the desperation and fly away!
Maybe they had a bad previous experience.
It is your job to help them understand that you are diffrent & truly aim to help them!
The majority of people are not ready to commit to long-term relationships or projects quickly.
They need time to over-think every detail.
Patience is key.
Therefore they prefer to ghost you, because they don't see you as an expert.
Improve your positioning and help them see the benefits of working/dating with you.
Alek and Robbie have each spent a decade attracting, converting, and reaching out to clients.
The goal of this guide is to help you with getting your first or next premium client as quickly as possible - meaning, today!
Let’s get you a high-paying client and make you five figures.