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On this episode of The Client Catching Podcast I’m going back to basics.
But don’t think that doesn’t mean what I’m sharing with you doesn’t have the potential to transform the effectiveness of your marketing and business growth!
Because usually when I see people struggling with marketing that isn’t working, it’s more often than not down to the basics being forgotten, or even ignored.
So I dive deep into what I’ve found to be the most important basic that has the biggest upside when you get it right.
On this episode:
- Why I’m a little weird…
- What drives all of us human beings and how it applies to growing a business.
- When you get this right, you’ll have credit in the bank and no longer have to compete on price.
- The only “secret” to business growth, isn’t really a secret at all…
- How to use The Dan Sullivan Question to uncover the hidden desires of your ideal clients and use this ethically to attract new business.
And much more!
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The Dan Sullivan Question I use on this episode:
“If we were having a discussion three years from today, and you were looking back over those three years, what has to have happened in your life, both personally and professionally, for you to feel happy with your progress?”
Go and try it with a prospect or client and let me know what you discover by connecting with me on LinkedIn and send me a message!
Oh, and here’s the LinkedIn post with the advert I referred to on bad advertising in the episode – Click here to take a look
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Oh, and here's the LinkedIn post with the advert I referred to on bad advertising in the episode - Click here to take a look
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Podcast introduction music credited to:
Funk Game Loop Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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