Having trouble getting new clients in the door?
Don’t worry, you’re not the only one. Booking new clients is one of the biggest struggles for most practitioners who are looking to get a new business up and running. I get questions about this all. the. time.
Below you’ll find a 24 minute presentation where I share my top 5 tips for getting new clients. These are strategies that consistently work for me when I’m looking to bring in new clients. You know what the hardest part is, though? Actually putting them into practice. DOING the work. Taking those steps. It ain’t easy.
So this presentation comes with a challenge.
Part 1: Check out the Spreecast
This is the easy part. All you have to do is click play below (move ahead to 6:00 for the actual start or click here to listen to the clipped version that starts at 6:00*). It’s audio-only (my webcam wouldn’t work 🙁 ), and it runs about 24 minutes.
Part 2: Get at least one new client in the next week
Ooh. There’s the hard part. What do you need to do to make it happen? You’ve got the 5 tips from the presentation, and I bet you already have a few ideas up your sleeve as well. Go out and take those steps. Even if everything is not perfect. Even if you aren’t quite ready. Heck, even if you’re not even close to ready. Do it anyway. One client, 7 days. Family counts. Friends count. Anyone who pays you for a visit counts.
Part 3: Report back
Let me know how you did. Comment below. Send me a message. Send me a tweet or post on my Facebook wall. I’ll give you a virtual high five or a shoulder on which to sob. Which you won’t need. Probably.
Good luck. I know you can do it.
p.s. Can’t spare 24 minutes for the presentation? Do the challenge anyway. Get one client. Report back. There’s no time like the present!
p.p.s. “Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgment that something else is more important than fear.” – Ambrose Redmoon. Something else like getting new clients and making a living so you can keep doing what you do, for instance…
* = Apparently I can’t embed the clipped version (?). I have no idea why. But other than that and my weird webcam malfunction, I really like Spreecast, particularly compared to the three or four other webinar services I’ve used so far. I’m going to be using it more often in the future – more on that later…