There are things in your business that obviously lend themselves to systems, things like keeping track of your numbers and your process for client onboarding.
But there are also plenty of things that you could systematize but haven’t tackled yet, either because it’s not immediately clear how you’d go about it or it feels like a silly thing to create a system for.
I believe this is why so many entrepreneurs lack a system for lead generation and follow up. It’s why their approach to lead generation feels a little chaotic. It’s why they lack consistency when it comes to bringing in new leads or nurturing the ones they already have.
It’s also why the process of getting clients feels complicated and stressful when, in reality, you could implement a simple system that helps you bring in new leads and nurture warm connections with a lot more ease.
I call that system The 1:1 Method, and I’m taking you behind the scenes in my business today to show you how it works.
The 1:1 Method is a system that helps you use one on one connections to create new client leads. It allows you to keep track of all your leads so no one slips through the cracks. And it helps you put your client generation efforts on autopilot so you can create more ease in your business and space in your schedule week after week.
If that sounds like what you’re looking for, you can learn more about my lead generation system – and the steps you need to take to implement it – inside my free guide, The 1:1 Method: A Simple Strategy to Create Clients.
Inside the guide, I share how I’ve used The 1:1 Method to generate more client leads in my business than with any other strategy (including paid ads). I also show you how to set this system up in your business so you can make lead generation a consistent part of your marketing efforts without overcomplicating things.
All you have to do to get started is CLICK HERE to download your guide.
P.S. If you learn best by listening and want to hear me talk more about The 1:1 Method, Jordan Gill recently interviewed me all about it on her great podcast, Systems Saved Me. Click here to listen in to the episode.