In this episode of Growth to Freedom you will discover how to create momentum with the five “P” process. My wife and I traveled to Washington D.C. for the Inauguration and it got me thinking about how some people create momentum and others don’t.
In this episode find out why you may want to be paranoid about your business (in a healthy way)! Most people don’t think of paranoia as being helpful but it can serve you well.
You’ll walk away from this episode with helpful diagnostic questions to ask yourself. These tools will enable you to bring your “A” game and serve your clients with excellence!
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn in this show:
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This Five P-Process is a playbook to give you a path for progress. ~ Dan Kuschell
Every model has a shelf life. ~ Dan Kuschell
How much planning do you spend each year, or for each campaign, or each thing that you do? ~ Dan Kuschell
As a business, what can you and I do to prepare for the fact that everything has a shelf life? ~ Dan Kuschell
Its best in business to be a little paranoid. ~ Dan Kuschell
Once you identify the bigger problems that your clients are facing, what are the solutions for each of those? ~ Dan Kuschell
What are your client’s top three to five desires? ~ Dan Kuschell
What are your client’s emotional drivers? ~ Dan Kuschell
What are the reasons your client’s are not buying from you? ~ Dan Kuschell
I reduce complexity. ~ Dan Kuschell
Who is your ideal client, who is your target market? ~ Dan Kuschell
Most people don’t plan to fail, they just fail to plan
Who do I want to be a hero to? ~ Dan Sullivan