Category Archives: Foolish Adventure

Secrets To Steady Growth Of An Online Infoproduct Business

FA176 – Secrets To Steady Growth Of An Online Infoproduct Business

Date: 2013-11-21

Link: The Foolish Adventure
Success is individual. You’re going to get your own success in your own time.

Products first.

Don’t bring somebody onto your list and not email them.

Repurpose content.

Sell courses before you create them. In real life people pay for a course up front and then attend them later.

The Foolish Story Of Tim Conley

FA175 – The Foolish Story Of Tim Conley

Date: 2014-10-31

Link: The Foolish Adventure
How to get customers is to sell.

If you want to be a good copywriter write sales letters by hand over and over again in a notebook.

You want somebody who has failed and now knows how to succeed.

Every business has hard times.

You want to do what you can do and only you can do.

Success is singular.

Somebody else’s success will never be your success. Somebody else’s failure will never by your failure.

Business isn’t hard. You find something people want and sell it to them.

Nurture that flame you have inside of you. Even in your darkest moments don’t let the flame go out.

Foolish Guide To Getting The Most Out Of Your Time, Income & Mobility

FA174 – Foolish Guide To Getting The Most Out Of Your Time, Income & Mobility

Date: 20134-10-24

Link: The Foolish Adventure

 

Income needed to be non-geographically derived.

Time, income, and mobility are always in flux.

Time is much more valuable than anything else.

Going from zero to sixty is hard. Going from sixty to three-hundred is easier. You already have momentum. You’ve already built the habit of taking action.

Write down why you want to be an entrepreneur. If your list is mostly material items you might not succeed.

To truly deliver value to a marketplace you have to think in terms of your market–what they care about. You need to put their needs first.

Leaving A High Paying, Prestigious Job To Sell CB Radios: A Success Story

FA172 – Leaving A High Paying, Prestigious Job To Sell CB Radios: A Success Story

Date: 2013-10-10

Link: The Foolish Adventure
Be less concerned about selling a product and more concerned about building a profitable business.

For drop shipping you don’t need a lot of capital and you can run a business from anywhere.

Four ways to make money in e-commerce these days:

  1. Selling at a low price
  2. Manufacturing your own product
  3. Having a lot of informational value
  4. Building a brand

Find a niche where you can really focus on adding value through information or experience.

Accessory riche niches are a great place to be.

Building A Blueprint For Six-Figure Consulting With Brennan Dunn

FA171 – Building A Blueprint For Six-Figure Consulting With Brennan Dunn

Date: 2014-10-03

Link: The Foolish Adventure

 

Nobody really wants a website.

Focus on what the customer’s goal is.

Don’t call yourself a freelance web developer.

Stop selling a commodity.

Host a workshop for local business owners.. Get the business owners to walk away knowing something they didn’t know.

Business owners love to talk about themselves and their business.

Bill by the week rather than by the hour.

Clients want to pay for value received.

Focus on solving the problem and not just building software.

Attach a price to value.

How To Boost Your Brand With Integrated Lead Generation Systems

FA170 – How To Boost Your Brand With Integrated Lead Generation Systems

Date: 2013-09-26

Link: The Foolish Adventure

 

People want to read a compelling story.

With SaaS you’re going to get people to stick around longer if they actually use your software.

Don’t put your money into something (where) you have no idea what you’re doing.

All human beings suck at follow up.

Harness The Power Of The Social Media Marketing Machine With Rick Mulready

FA169 – Harness The Power Of The Social Media Marketing Machine With Rick Mulready

Date: 2013-09-19

Link: The Foolish Adventure

 

It is hard to truly measure the effectiveness of social media.

Social media is all about your brand and connecting with your target audience.

Choose one or two platforms and go deep on it.

You don’t need to be on nine different platforms.

Social media does not sit in a silo. Is is part of your overall business strategy.

Start with a goal and work backwards from there.

Think about how you can add value to your customers.

Outsourcing A Virtual Team Empire

FA168 – Outsourcing A Virtual Team Empire

Date: 2013-09-12

Link: The Foolish Adventure

 

You’re looking for the best person. Sometimes you should use more than one service to get the best person.

Answer questions at helpareporterout.com and quora.com to get mentions.

You don’t want to be in a situation where you are constantly massaging (your staff) all day.

You need to have the drive to overcome any obstacle.

Be incredibly persistent.

Using Techstars To Accelerate Success With Erica Douglass

FA167 – Using Techstars To Accelerate Success With Erica Douglass

Date: 2013-09-06

Link: The Foolish Adventure
You can’t set vague, ill-defined goals.

Bossy is almost always used to describe women. Never men.

It is who you are not how old you are.

It is a long road to success.

Surround yourself with as many smart people as possible who are invested in your business’ success.