What You’ll Learn From This Episode:
- The effectiveness of doing joint venture
- Getting the right and enough leads
- Applying a model called 'Upstream, Downstream'
Related Links and Resources:
It is called "Escape The Marginal Success Trap Mini Course". The vast majority of the small business people are struggling inappropriately; they are caught in a spot where the business is making little enough of money only. It's a five-video training where you're going to assess exactly where you are at then have a contextual frame to understand where you are in the model and what you must do to break free. This will be a perfect map to know where you are and what you're going to do to get free. It's in https://jvology.com/marginal-success-trap
Jay Fiset is a bestselling author, student of human nature, avid outdoorsman at 5 star hotels, speaks fluent smart ass, can see and reflect your life mission in 5 minutes flat, loves having 2 sons so he can play with their toys, still fantasizes about his wife after 25 years, loves ideas, but loves results even more, can simultaneously laugh and cry for different reasons at the same time, has never been star struck (but did not get a chance to meet martin Luther King, and there would have been teenage girl screaming if I had).
He is dedicated to instigating a global movement of Conscious Creators and supporting people to organize their life and resources around their passions and gifts.
Here are the highlights of this episode:
Jay likes to work with small business owners and entrepreneurs who believe that the easy and fun way to grow their business is through collaboration, cooperation, and service their clients through joint ventures. His team provides them with perfectly qualified leads for FREE but on the flip side, they don't have enough leads, they pay too much for leads, or their leads are not even qualified enough to serve the right client in a joyful and easy manner. These folks get frustrated by their sales and a lot of things, and start to think that there is something wrong with their process, but the real fact is that they don't have enough leads. Jay's team solves this problem. Most of them felt a little jaded or ripped-off with paid ads, paper click, digital marketers that promise they will deliver, when all they need is something that works. Jay further advises that if you have people buying your products, services, and experience, then building relationships that can send a steady stream of people will work. Build relationships with the people which are your upstream partners, reward them well, and then enjoy your business.
Jay’s Valuable Free Action (VFA): We teach a model that is called 'Upstream, Downstream'- answer this question: Who creates the problem that we solve? or Reveals or diagnoses the problem that we solve? If you can get perfectly clear if your upstream partners are or the folks that cause the problem that you solve.
“Before you think you have a system problem, ask yourself if you have enough leads to generate the income, conversions, and the process that you actually want" – Jay Fiset