Every week in my coaching calls, mastermind, Voxer coaching or in my one-on-one coaching, this question comes up. It doesn’t matter if you are on your way to your first 5K or 10K or 20K or beyond. How do I get more sales?
To step into that great role as your CEO self, you HAVE to commit to showing up for yourself and your business. You also have to show up for your current clients. By nurturing and really building relationships with your clients, you can leverage that as a way to get more sales.
It’s not about being on every single platform, running a huge marketing campaign or building a huge Facebook group. It’s about creating real relationships with your current clients and audience.
Getting more sales means making more connections. If you keep showing up and keep doing the work, it is going to pay off. When you truly lead with your heart and caring about people and caring about the services you provide, that’s going to help you rise to the top.
On Today’s Show You’ll Learn:
- The 3 things you have to commit to showing up for
- The most overlooked aspect of sales
- Why nurturing relationships with current clients is so important
- How to naturally make sales part of your business
- Stepping into your role as CEO
- The different phases of micro and macro content
- Why you deserve to show up for yourself and your business
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