How do you want to earn your money and make your income?
What do you want to provide your clients?
What do you want to do that will result in an income for you?
Some of my clients host retreats and live events, or sell e-books and e-courses, others are happy just selling their services and spending their time one on one with clients or running membership sites.
So the question is: What lights you up?
If you take a look at my business it’s really a blend of one on one time and also digital products and programs, I’ve also run live group programs.
It’s important for you to realize: The sky is the limit.
The question then becomes what lights you up when you’re serving others?
In what way do you want to provide value for other people?
I really enjoy teaching and training others.
So it’s important for you to become more self-aware in your business and know what your strengths are as well as what you enjoy doing throughout your day.
How do you want to spend your time every single day?
Once you get clear on how you’re going to create your income you need to run your numbers.
Instead of having a whimsical idea that you want to be a millionaire or have a six-figure business. You need to get hyper clear on what that actually looks like down to the dollar sign.
How many of your product, program or service do you have to sell in order to hit your income goal?
I do this exercise with all my one on one clients: We basically do some simple math and go over what the numbers look like for your business.
If you have a $10,000 program how many of those will you need to sell to hit your goal? If you want to earn $50,000 this year you only have to sell 5 of them.
Or if you want to make half a million dollars this year, and you have a $1,000 product you need to sell 500 of them to have that 500k year.
What does this look like for you?
Get hyper clear about what your goals are and what’s the price of your offering. And then do the math: How many do you need to sell to hit that goal?
Don’t just make the goal, write it down on a post-it note and keep it somewhere where you can see it.
This has been really effective for me. Whenever I would put up those post-it notes I would hit my goal. And sure, it wasn’t automatic, sometimes it took three or six months but having that post-it note where I could see it kept me focused.
Get clear on your goals and keep them somewhere in your environment so that you can be reminded of the result you want. Because what you focus on expands and will happen. The thoughts that you have will turn into reality as long as you continue to take inspired action in the right direction.
Think outside of the box. Allow creativity to come into play and create things that are different and unique and light you up.
I can’t wait to see what you come up with, and what blend of offering you create. Remember the sky is the limit, so trust your gut, follow your heart and create things that you’re proud of.
Are you looking for support in this journey? I have a few spots open in my one on one coaching program, click here to learn more.