Solopreneur: Solving the Revenue Problem

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πŸ’°πŸ’°Talking with my coaching clients lately has been singularly focused....

How do I make more money? πŸ’°πŸ’°πŸ’°πŸ’°

One of the traits Pivotup! teaches is how to be resourceful when you are a solopreneur. Everything depends on you. And lifting your company off your shoulders and up to the next level is down right hard.

First, Let me tell you a few truths:

πŸ’°In the beginning it's going to be a lot of work. It's not a secret, but it does involve working harder than you thought you could, even when you don't feel like it.

πŸ’°If you're doing this as a side hustle, you already know that you are working a full- time job and then devoting all your free time to this kernel of an idea.

πŸ’°If you're devoted full-time to this idea but need it to make much more revenue, you will take jobs you don't want to take. You will service clients, you would rather not work with. You will give concessions in negotiations because you are new to the game.

But don't let the hard work deter you and your vision. Use the frustration, the objections and rejections as fuel to better your product. Work hard to get more clients so you can fire the ones you don't want to work with anymore.

Consistency is Key

Stay with it.  Don't take 3 months to get a client a proposal. Make a template and perfect the process as you go. Evaluate along the way.

Being consistent with your service and offerings will outpace the competition time and time again- it's just that easy. Except it's just that hard!

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Kim Kleeman