4 Steps To Create Momentum
"I'm doing everything right, but nothing I try seems to work!" Have you said this? Felt this? In this space right now? It's very easy to feel like following a handbook or step-by-step guide will mean everything will just happen. You're following a system so why isn't it paying off?
Here are four steps that could help you shift from working hard and getting nowhere to really seeing some momentum!
1. Creating a robust sales process
What are you doing to support your sales experience that isn't focused on selling
your valuable content
chance to serve
visibility and credibility
community building and relationships
social proof and momentum
focussing on the non-selling could actually help you make more sales with ease.
2. Energy, Intuition & Fun
You didn't start your business to feel constantly deflated or demotivated. So ensure you have plenty of space for your business to feel fun and easy. What you're creating, your original ideas, networking and connecting with peers, time to learn. Your energy will permeate through to others.
3. Do you know what works?
Audit your business and reflect on what is working.
Look for the success of your business currently.
A lot of entrepreneurs feel that they need to keep creating new things to evolve or grow, but a lot is actually around refining and tweaking.
What is working in your business currently?
What has worked that you've stopped doing?
When you signed clients and were getting sales - what were you doing?
Are you spending time daily on the things that work?
Is your daily schedule focused on generating momentum and results or a long list of to-dos that don't seem to be working but just overwhelming you?
4. Do you need to reconnect to your who?
Have you got a lead tracking process?
Are you speaking to your community to verify your ideas or offers?
Are you confident in your onboarding process?
What is your call conversion rate?
Are you pre-qualifying your potential clients?
Are you so focused on getting the sale that the process to convert and onboard isn't streamlined?