They are willing to put in the effort needed. They also respect
your time a lot more than someone who pays less.
That’s not to say you won’t have the occasional question happy
client. And that’s ok you just need to keep it under control and
keep them focused on the task at hand.
Most of the time those types of clients are just overthinking it.
With them you simply need to remind them of the steps and
actions they should be taking “right now”.
This helps them focus and allows you both to spend less time on shopabot review not so important.
One of my favorite ways to get a time sucking client back on track
is to remind them of the specific task on hand and tell them that
you will be happy to answer more questions “after” they’ve
completed that task.
Sometimes they just need a little tough love and they always
thank me for it when I do.
Also it helps to put them through a screening process BEFORE
ever letting them into your program. This is very important to
make sure you won’t be dealing with troublesome clients.
I’ll explain how to do that in a minute.
But first, I’m going to outline how to funnel people into your shopabot review.
The way I have mine setup is this. As people come onto my list,
whether from a free offer I have (like a free WSO) or a paid
product, I take them to a webinar. So let’s pretend they get on my list on Sunday, once they hit my
list I will send them 2 or 3 emails inviting them to a “free live
training session” on the following week.
This is a webinar (don’t be scared of webinars, they are easy).
On the webinar I use a simple powerpoint presentation that takes
maybe 30 minutes to create.
On the webinar I’m basically just reading over that powerpoint
presentation and filling in the shopabot review as I talk.
It’s basically like having cue cards.
I give them my history, I tell them how I struggled in the beginning,
just like they are, to obtain the same goal they are trying to
I give them a basic outline (training) on how I got from point A to
point B… leaving out some of the more detailed important stuff.
After your overview of how you got to that point, you want them to
feel like “hey, yeah, I can do that!”
Then you want to remind them that the fastest way to achieve a
goal is by having a mentor with experience personally teach them
how and “hold their hand” in the process.
At the end I offer them fill out an application to work with me
personally (this is part 1 of the screening process). Details: