In today’s episode, we will talk about the benefits of creating a DIY level offer as well as struggles that clients have and how to overcome them.
There are 8 separate benefits for creating a DIY level offer.
The top benefit would be generating automated revenue — and it doesn’t require learning webinars, courses..etc If done right these are sold directly to your warm AND cold audiences.
The second benefit is you’ll be making a greater impact. The price point is completely accessible to almost anyone.
The third benefit — you’ll be making MORE sales in LESS time.
The fourth benefit is that it’s going to grow your visibility A LOT.
The fifth benefit is that you start to show up as a figure of authority.
The sixth benefit is you’ll be able to get high-ticket clients with ease! You’ll develop a tone of confidence that allows the conversation to be smooth and you can empower the people you’re speaking with rather than just sales.
The seventh benefit is the most life-changing — being in the position to hire a team. It’s a magical experience to have people support you in the background – being ready to show up in a high-level way in other areas of your business.
The eighth benefit is the confidence you’ll gain in your business, will also show up in other areas of your life.
Tip: take off your expert hat and put on your customer hat. What does your customer need?
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Hey, I'm Justine!
Like you, I always craved complete freedom. But I got the message that a well-paying corporate job was the best bet for a happy life. So I went to business school, worked at top consulting firms... and hated every minute of it.
I started my first online business in 2017 as a way to escape the corporate world. After helping 100+ small businesses automate their sales and marketing, I knew it was time to shift away from purely trading time for money.
I attempted to create a course, but the idea of live launching, pre-selling, and delivering the content live was simply not possible while I was home full-time with my twins. So, I created a $27 offer and set up paid ads to sell it on autopilot.