The easiest source of new business is from existing business, both directly and indirectly.
On Tuesday I’ve invited Steve Gordon to put on a webinar specially for you which will address this theme specifically.
Click here to reserve your spot
The webinar is called “Referrals on Autopilot – How To Get More Referrals With A Lot Less Effort”.
- How to quickly move from a drip, drip, drip of referrals to a raging flood
- A “dignified” way to ask for referrals that your referral partners will actually love!
- The “big lie” of word-of-mouth and what you should be doing today to fix it.
- The surprisingly simple referral technique used by top celebrities that you can use right away.
It takes place on Thursday June 13th, which is one week from now, at 3pm Eastern. That’s 5pm in the UK.
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Yesterday I talked about the futility of apps to help us to get things done.
Well, things that aren’t sufficiently important to us, anyway.
But I wasn’t fair.
Because there’s one app that I rely on pretty much every time I travel to new places.
I like to think of myself as a bit of gourmand – a bon-vivant a couple of sherries short of a trifle.
I bought an app to help me drink more water.
yep – actually spent COLD HARD CASH on an app to remind me to drink water, the most BASIC of human survival instincts.
Which goes to show two things:
Firstly, there’s an app (or a product) for everything, no matter how inane … and …
Secondly … I probably shouldn’t be allowed to do anything without adult supervision.
You want to know what triggered this email, by the way?
What triggered this email is that I saw an app that tells you WHEN TO GO TO THE TOILET during a movie.
Anyway, the most interesting thing about this app is that it didn’t work.
I mean, technically it worked OK. It let off a buzzer ever couple of hours to remind me to drink more water.
I have a new office. I’ll stick a picture up tomorrow
But for now, just know that it’s a big, cavernous, empty space, that’s missing your face.
Which is why today I’d like you to think about jumping on-board the More Clients Mastermind.
But I’m not going to give you a sales pitch.
Instead, I’m going to send you over to listen to an interview I did recently.
Let’s talk about being “reasonably successful.”
Not because you don’t want to be a raging success. Of course you do. We all do.
Raging success, however, is a poorly-defined goal for most of us. We all have our own version of it. One man’s success is another man’s dismal stop-gap, slopping out latrines at summer music festivals.
We occasionally hear of people who claim to be “scared of success”. I don’t believe that. I don’t think anybody is scared of success.
After all, if the ethereal “success” we seek was handed to us on a plate, we’d take it, scarf it down, belch and say “thank you”.
We’re more likely afraid of the hard work that leads to success: because we’re not convinced that the legwork is worth the payoff.