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Ready. Aim. Empire.

Imagine having a clear, concise, frighteningly- accurate picture of where your business is financially—and most importantly—where you need to go to grow. CUE: DOORS OPENING, SALES RINGING. No matter where your business is currently, we’ve got inspiration + information tailored to your exact stage so that you know where you need to go and what you need to do to dream—and take action—in bigger, bolder ways.
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Aug 25, 2016

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • How building a foundation for your business starts long before you open the doors to your first clients
  • My pre-business phase fell into four categories: How do I start? What do I really want to provide for my customers? How do I create revenue and how do I actually launch this business?
  • Why hiring a coach turned out to be an exceptional investment for me (and can be for you too)
  • Trying to be too perfect with my initial website delayed me 7 whole months, and cost me valuable time in creating the foundation for my business
  • When starting any business, you really need one core product that you will refine down to make exceptional
  • There are three crucial steps to building an online course, including a massive “brain dump”, creating a flow chart and beta testing the first version
  • Why you need to be really cautious with who you’re investing in when putting out cash early on 
  • There are 6 critical lessons I learned in doing my first webinars and beta test
  • What key improvements I made when doing my first “real” launch, the results and still more lessons I learn to keep perfecting the launch process
  • There is almost always money being left on the table when pricing product – be confident about your value
  • Recognizing that you have individual audiences that need to be targeted differently will dramatically improve your results
  • Just because something like evergreen webinars works for some people, doesn’t mean it works for me (or you)

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 http://www.lisekuecker.com/uncategorized/episode007/

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