August 21, 2019

“What is the best way to research prospects in my target market?” and more...

Sent by Jonathan Stark on August 22nd, 2019

In today’s group coaching session, we had a bunch of good questions that touched on topics like:

Good stuff!

Here are some of the questions I answered today:

Most of my work is coaching (on-site and remote) with some training. Great balance now of work, content creation, and pipeline. Add 2-3 more clients and I will be out of balance. What do I say to people I’ve been courting who say yes, but then I’m too busy? How do you manage the pipeline when you are near max capacity? (timestamp: 1m 29s)

I’m setting up a 7 email course and then moving them onto a list where I email 3-5 times per week. I like to go 80/20 on this. Can you tell me a bit more about the mechanics of your email list setup? After you deliver your 6 lessons, do you then move them off that sequence and onto your daily email list automatically, or do you offer a new opt-in? If they’re in the Bootcamp Lessons sequence, do you isolate them so they don’t get your daily emails? Any other tips? (timestamp: 7m 10s)

My weekly email list (content delivery similar to your daily email) is opt-in. How do I grow it? (timestamp: 19m 16s)

I’m interested in knowing how to publish a book? You once asked about it on your newsletter and at that time I didn’t even consider it. I’d like something similar to your social networking process sheet (an overview of how to make it happen) (timestamp: 28m 2s)

Survey/Original Research: have you ever surveyed your prospective clients to conduct original research, to establish yourself as a thought leader, etc? Any thoughts on this? (timestamp: 48m 31s)

(If you’re curious, you can review the entire list of past questions here)

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