🎖️🔈⚡The Power of “Marketing Intelligence” 🔈🎖️⚡
Your ‘marketing intelligence’ acts as a ceiling that limits the growth of your wealth. As you raise your marketing intelligence, you raise the ceiling on what’s financially possible for you. Your marketing intelligence sets the context for your investment success – or lack thereof.
Here’s how and why…
🚩Your return on investment should improve as you learn how to invest more consistently into yourself and control losses when the inevitable mistakes do occur. That translates into more dollars in your pocket and greater financial security.
🚩Your focus should ensure that those mistakes are never made or atleast minimised so that you enjoy a head-start to the blue-print path that professionals like myself have spent hundreds of hours, thousands of dollars and countless drops of tears and sweat in investing.
⁉️ A little known fact about marketing intelligence is that it grows and compounds just like money. The effect is a ‘multiplicative’ one – not an additive one. Each new titbit of information connects to all the other knowledge which multiplies. It doesn’t just add up, but it grows geometrically by multiplying.
👉 Your goal should be to make regular knowledge-deposits every week into your marketing intelligence account, just like you make monthly deposits into your investment accounts.
💥 When you do this, your marketing intelligence will multiply and grow ahead of the growth in your investment accounts to help create a lifetime of financial security.
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Recently, I closed a ‘single’ Copywriting and Content Curation project by a new high-ticket client from Dubai
Since 2013, here are some tips on how I’ve monetized low, mid and high-ticket offers for my copywriting and content creation services ( including a BBC celebrity who is a world renowned figure in therapy and has appeared on several TV shows including “Freaky Eaters” )
💡 Develop a Positive Mindset
You have to ‘believe’ you deserve a high-ticket fee. If you think there’s too much poverty in the world, and nobody can afford your high ticket service or programs, well, that is what you will get
If you believe you can, you probably can. If you believe you won’t, you most assuredly won’t. Belief is the ignition switch that gets you off the launching pad
💡 Set Your Income Goal
How much do you want to earn in the next 6, 12 months? When you try to do this, you should be holistic.
It really doesn’t matter what the figure is. $10,000 , $100,000, $250,000. No matter what it is, it does not matter. If it’s what you want, then it’s good enough for you.
💡 Identify Problems You Can Solve
As someone who wants to sell high ticket offer, you need to identify problems you can solve for people, faster and better than anyone else.
Seriously, you don’t need to solve a million problems to earn a million dollar. Just solve one, two or maximum, three problems.
💡 Identify Your Best Prospects
Everybody will not buy from you, it’s natural. Everyone isn’t supposed to buy from you, that is totally against human behavior.
However, you need to be able to identify the people who can buy from you VS those will never buy from you, no matter how good your marketing is.
💡 Offer To Help For Free
Be a humanist. Help people for the sake of helping, without any ulterior motives. If you can help people get what they want, you will also get what you want. This is where you begin to do things differently from what everyone else out there is doing.
💡 Ask For The Sale
If you’ve done steps 1-5 without hiccups, then this step should come naturally. Asking for the sale doesn’t mean saying ‘hey, give me yo monies – now!’.
It means reinforcing your value proposition by reciprocating the monetary value of the ‘help’ you’re wiling to extend to someone who ‘needs’ that help. And effectively reassuring them that ‘nobody can provide you this help better than I can!’.
⚡️💸🗝 Hope these tips helped you all! 🙂 If you have any questions on website copywriting, content curation, persuasive marketing, product listings, writing mentorship or more – feel free to PM me!
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Research has shown that constant social media usage results in depression, sense of isolation (ironically), low self-esteem and feelings of jealousy.
I would not doubt that for a second. Look at our news-feeds. Everything you see on a given day more or less has the following themes:
– Sensationalism (making a storm out of a fart on the most trivial of things )
– Conformism ( social standards of beauty and appearance )
– Materialism ( shopping must-haves )
Moreover, the scariest part is that this is precisely the world we live in when looked at from a macro perspective. These are realities of our social spheres, our communities and our sheer existences.
Social media is the digital ‘pulse’ of our absolution as inhabitants of this planet. While it has brought us closer on paper, it has detached us from our identities to a point where ‘news-feeds’ bring more perspective to our lives than real life individual experiences.
So how do you take charge of your identity, your life and your entrepreneurial aspirations in the midst of all this?
You become a revolutionary, and not a reactionary. That’s how!
>> A reactionary is someone who operates on the ‘reflex action’ to internal and external changes to the environment, thus being entrapped in a constant cycle of trying to self-validate themselves through the many challenges and pitfalls they face in their livelihood.
>> A revolutionary on the other hand is someone who takes these internal and external changes, refuses to be a zombie ‘conformist’ to them, ‘manages’ the trials and tests thrown at him and ‘carves’ out his own path leading to an aspired goal – regardless of the thorns on the way.
Thus, social media can be either used to deplete your abilities through the destructive psychological and intellectual effects it poses, or to leverage it in a manner where you see opportunity within those constraints and parameters without being bogged down.
Read books, attend conferences, talk to people and open your mind to a point where the world and its opportunities are endless to you, instead of being enslaved within a bubble.
That is how great entrepreneurs think, and that is how they become revolutionaries.
Are you ready to become one?
PM me if you have any copywriting, content curation, articles, blogs or persuasive marketing related questions for your business! I’d be glad to offer a FREE consultation! 🙂
You might look at $10K right now as a ‘dream’ number.
The same way you looked at candy at age 5 as the only answer to the meaning of life.
But then you grow, and you realise there’s so much more to life’s potential than what you initially thought. Potential that is ‘doable’. Possibilities that are ‘not’ impossible.
In 2015, when I was working a 9 to 5 lucrative corporate career in Supply Chain Management, I thought that my salary was the “best thing” that ever happened to me.
I was earning $68K a year, with 4 weeks vacation, company perks, health benefits and stock options.
However, for the last year I’ve consistently had $10K / month in pure revenue through Acepreneur and its high-end offerings, while my business progressively grows.
Regardless of what you do – whether you’re a Blogger, Content Creator, Copywriter, Amazon Seller, Digital Marketer, Life Coach or everything else under the sun, be SMART.
SMART is a mnemonic favoured by marketers and entrepreneurs alike. It’s a pretty helpful framework for setting goals, and encourages the user to break down the goal into separate tasks, ensuring that the goal in question is:
>> Specific (qualified details of the goal)
>> Measurable (quantified details of the goal)
>> Attainable (achieving the goal is feasibly possible)
>> Relevant (achieving the goal will be positive)
>> Timely (providing a timeline for the goal to be achieved over)
So, after all the above hoo-ha, how does $10K look like to you now? Doable? Don’t be that kid in the candy store that we mentioned earlier.
Remember, your only limitations in life are the ones you place on yourself! Break free from them!
Let that marinate in your head for a bit, and see how it feels! 🙂
So this post took quite some time. It’s one of the most lesser addressed yet most ‘consequential’ subjects in entrepreneurship that we seem to easily ignore.
And no, you don’t need to apply for a costly PATENT to protect your business ideas.
>> The Premise <<
It’s natural to fear that your idea might be stolen. But you can’t turn your vision into reality without the help of others. Sooner or later, you’re going to want to ask an industry expert to evaluate your product or service.
You’re going to need to collaborate with a manufacturer or distributor. But patents cost thousands of dollars and take years to be issued. You can’t afford to wait that long to start bringing your product to market.
Thankfully, there are creative ways to actively protect your idea without applying for a patent. Here are four affordable ACE strategies that will protect your business idea from being stolen:
1. Do your research: Before you begin working with anyone new, be it an individual or organisation, do some research online. Do they have a good track record? Can you find any complaints about their business practices? Try to get a sense of what they’re all about.
2. Non-disclosure agreement (NDA): Have anyone you work with sign a non-disclosure agreement that commits them to confidentiality. An NDA can be a mutual agreement between two parties not to share information with third parties, or it can go one-way (since you’re sharing information about your idea with them). If the agreement doesn’t have an expiration date, that’s powerful.
3. Non-compete agreement: If you hire someone to help you, have him or her sign a non-compete agreement. A non-compete agreement prevents an individual or entity from starting a business that would compete or threaten yours within an established radius.
4. Work-for-hire agreement: If you hire someone to help fine-tune your product, make sure to establish that you own any and all improvements made to the idea. Anything they come up with, you own. You will still need to list the person who came up with improvements as a co-inventor in your patent, but they will have no rights to your invention.
Bonus tip >>> “Build relationships with your competitors”. This may sound counter intuitive, but establishing mutually beneficial relationships with your greatest competitors is one of the best ways to protect your idea. This will mean they will have little motivation to rip you off because they are already profiting from the success of your business. By giving them business, you won’t be seen as a threat (even though, in reality, you may share the same market space).
Hope these tips helped you get a sense of how to protect your product or service from being burglarised. And trust me, getting stolen from is not always as glamorous as Hollywood blockbusters like ‘Oceans Eleven’ would have you believe! 🙂
Let me know if you have any questions or concerns. Part of my expertise include writing copy and content for Non-Disclosure and Non-Compete Agreements for clients. It’s now ‘what’ you say, but ‘how’ you say it that matters!