My Notes From Unstoppable Entrepreneur Jonathan Budd Event: 5 Tips from Top Achievers

My Notes From Unstoppable Entrepreneur Jonathan Budd Event

Ok, so we’re home from the event Unstoppable Entrepreneur and I’m writing today feeling that it’s the first day since getting back from our trip to the USA that I have a clear head.  For some reason (we won’t mention age), it has taken a bit longer to get back into the swing of things but now we’re good to go!

Unstoppable Entrepreneur This was a truly amazing event.  Yes, I spent over $3000 and more than 70 hours in travel to be there but just for being a reader of my blog, you get all the little marketing titbits I have learned at no cost..  is that cool? If so, please click the “Like″ button at the very top of this blog, just off to the left to show me some love! Did you do it? OK, proceed to my notes!

All the speakers varied in age, experience and income levels.  But there was a common denominator to them all…. Persistence and determination!

At Unstoppable Entrepreneur there was also lots of talk about Mobile Apps, Facebook, Traffic, Sales Funnels and Mindset.

I’ll share more over time, but today….

5 Tips From Top Achievers…

Build the Plane While You Are Flying It

I first heard this saying from a brilliant marketer Lisa Sasevich.  The concept is that you don’t need to have everything in place before you take action. When you get an idea, start to put it into action immediately. Make yourself accountable by announcing to your community what you are going to do.  It might be a webinar, a presentation, a product or an event. Then the fact that you have placed yourself on a deadline will mean you are much more likely to follow through.

Build A Team

It’s important to recognize that your team is not only a reference to people who you may hire to build your business with you.  It is also your colleagues, your list or community.  It’s about building relationships with lots of people who you can rely on to support and encourage you to achieve your destination.  Alone you will go a short way slowly; with a team you will go far, quickly.  I know which I would prefer!

Include High Ticket Offerings

While many people have made a lot of money selling $9.95 e-books, you should recognize that it is much easier to achieve high income goals if you include a high ticket offering.  There is information you have in your head that other people want!  One of the easiest ways to create a high ticket offering is to offer a VIP day or private mentoring.  You can offer this in any niche extremely successfully.  My very first product ever was a VIP program that I sold for $5995, so you don’t have to wait until you’ve been in business for years before you offer personal or high ticket offers.

Fail Forward

If you focus on implementation and take action quickly you will soon discover that not everything will work out as well as you planned.  But that’s ok!

Taking action and not getting the results you want is still better than taking no action at all.  We all learn very quickly from our mistakes. I hate to burst your bubble… your business will never be perfect. It’s why so many wannabe entrepreneurs go to the grave with their “idea” that’s never fully realized. Don’t let that happen to you. Don’t live life with regrets.

Create An Effective Sales Funnel

Which do you think is more important – Product or Traffic or Conversions?

The answer is ALL three are equal.  These three things do not stand alone and if any one part is missing – then you are leaving big dollars on the table.

It doesn’t matter how big your community is or how many people you have on your list – your first priority is to create an effective sales funnel.  You have people opt in to get your information and then you offer at least one product (yours or someone elses).  You track your results and tweak where necessary. THIS my friend is what will build your business.

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Celene Harrelson | The Happypreneur says November 28, 2012

Sounds like you had a great time and came away with some awesome ammo to fire up your business Fay! Thanks for sharing some of it with us. I enjoyed this post. I so agree that diving right in and committing to something before it’s done is a motivator. I often get the idea for a course and sell it before I’ve done any of the leg work. That keeps me on track and forces me to accomplish it by the time I have committed to. It also keeps me from trying to perfect it, which is the kiss of death. Looking forward to reading more!

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Fay says November 28, 2012

Great stuff Celene. Love your attitude and can see it’s working well for you too!
Take care my friend.

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zora says November 30, 2012

Hi Fay,

Thanks for inviting me over again to read some good free tip and tricks you learned at the 3000 dollar training .Great stuff, keep going forward like you said in your post fail forward always.

That’s good advice to get a team together and build a plane on the go to deliver high ticket items to your customs .You can sale one high ticket item too equal many small ticket sales. Sorry you had a time getting back to normal .Have a good day!

Regards
Zora

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Fay says December 1, 2012

Nice to see you here Zora. Feeling great now so back on track and truly unstoppable! Glad you enjoyed the article.

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Phil says December 23, 2012

Fay,

Fail forward is my favorite one. That’s what I’ve learned the most in the past 2 years.
Don’t be afraid to fail because you will learn a lot more than if you gave up at the point of first resistance.

Also, 70 hours of travel…. Wow sounds like you need a loooooong nap there!

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