At this point, you have your business structure, you understand the reason why positioning as an expert is so important, you should be creating daily content, and you know how to create a product and hopefully you have already created a product, and you know how to create a coaching program. You may not have completed that process, but that’s okay.
One of the things that will happen over time is that you find yourself spending some time each day on each component – for example, 1 hour a day on content, one hour a day creating products, one hour a day on communication and writing your sales material, and so on.
Of course those times frames are hypothetical, but the idea of multiple tracks of activity is not. Imagine you are a restaurant owner, you would have multiple tasks. For example, you wouldn’t set the tables over and over again all day long, instead, you set the tables before lunch, then you seat customers, then you cook their meal, then you bring it to them. You wouldn’t just seat customers and never cook for them, you would cook all day and never bring it to them.
It’s the same here. There are multiple parts of your business, and you have to work on each part through the day, week, month, or year. Not necessarily all parts everyday, but you can’t run a business creating a product for 3 months, then prospecting 3 months, then writing emails 3 months, instead it needs to all happen simultaneously.
To give you some breathing room since the last few days have been moving fast, the next few will change gears a little, then we will get into writing your emails and email campaign.
For today, listen to this:
Then, given everything you have learned so far in the last 31 days, given what you have been independently thinking you’d like your business to look like, and given what you have just listened to, write a outline of what you want your business to look like.
— Sean Mize
P.S. Perhaps you have been thinking, I have questions for Sean. If so, you might be interested to know this: I do a weekly training call where I teach for about 30-45 minutes (sometimes longer) then I open the call for q and a – if something like that interests you, read this for more info (or to sign up):