How to Build a Value Network Members' Area
Let Alex guide you from start to finish to land your dream clients.
Click here for the '150 List' template, a shared Google Sheets document that you can copy for your own use. You can make the network as small as you like, but I don't encourage you to go larger than 150. We keep it limited to stay focused on a selection of great people for your business.
Remember that this list will evolve over time, and you need to think hard about who to include, and who to eventually take out. Start by filling it up with everyone you know. You can replace people with ideal clients over time.
Resistance Point #1 - Networking is Overwhelming
Resistance Point #2 - Finding People is Confusing
Resistance Point #3 - Getting a Response is Hard
Resistance Point #4 - I Don't Have the Time or Enthusiasm
Resistance Point #5 - No One Seems to Be Hiring
Resistance Point #6 - I Don't Want to Come Across as Pushy
Resistance Point #7 - I Don't Know How to Land a Job or Sale
Resistance Point #8 - How Do I Make the Most of Past Clients?
Resistance Point #9 - I Only Seem to Attract Mediocre Clients
Bonus Video #1 - Your Value Network List, in Detail - Part 1
Bonus Video #1 - Your Value Network List, in Detail - Part 2
Bonus Video #2 - Finding Contacts Sample - Part 1
Bonus Video #2 - Finding Contacts Sample - Part 2
Bonus Video #3 - Being Unreasonable for Bigger Rewards
Welcome to the “How to Increase Your Clients and Opportunities Through Value Network-Building” online class. Here you will find all the videos to view, as well as the template for creating your limited list of contacts.
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