I'd gone through dry spells before, but this one was bad...
Each day the stress mounted. When I sat down at my office chair, an immediate sense of doom washed over me. I'm ashamed to admit: I was a jerk. I snapped at my wife, my friends. I felt major embarrassment about the situation I'd put us in. I was miserable. And just when I started to feel like I'd never get another client again, something changed. I decided I couldn't afford to let chaos and feast or famine run my business (or life) anymore. I changed my strategy. I decided to have a bias toward action. No longer would I wait for work to come to me and rely only on luck for referrals.
I can still remember sense of relief that came upon me when I finally made this simple change. After adding just a few simple systems, there hasn't been a week where I haven't found at least ten $10,000+ client projects like clockwork since. The fruits of this system have been amazing: we help generate millions of dollars in client work for freelancers all over the world each year.
And here's why that matters to you: nothing about this system requires special talent or skill. Any normal freelancer with 30 minutes can find these clients – for the specific type of work they love do – for free. And here's the kicker. This page will share how. In detail. I hope that it transforms how you think about lead generation in your business. Whether or not you decide to try the program. Ready? Let's go.
You can probably think of several ways to get results for your clients off the top of your head. But for yourself? For some reason when it comes to our own business, most of us are lost. The longer you've been in business, the worse this gets:
- We know bombarding our network on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and others and announcing “We’re available!” for work has never gotten us a single project. Yet we continue to think it will.
- We launch new websites to the sound of crickets. Only then asking: how do I actually get clients to come to it?
- We pull-the-plug on failed niche after failed niche. Never knowing exactly which of our skills is actually valuable and to who.
- And we constantly get distracted by shiny tactics like the 59 best SEO tips, Instagram stories, or whatever else happens to come across our Twitter feed that day.
Constantly being pulled in 21 different directions is no way to run a business. Scrambling from project to project means you’re constantly trading your time for cash but never actually getting ahead. Worse, your skills start to plateau. You know the feeling if you've ever looked around and asked: wait, exactly how am I valuable in 2021, again?
It's scary. But it won’t change on its own. YOU need change the way you think: