I am back with another quick tip episode. These episodes have tips or strategies you can use to help you grow your online business so you can have a bigger impact and increase your revenue in the process.
What if it were easy to accomplish all of the daunting tasks in your business such as setting up funnels, writing an email series, researching your perfect customer, and so on?
I heard this concept from Tim Ferriss originally, and it really stuck with me, so it is what I am sharing with you in this quick tip episode.
I am asking you to think about some items in your business that are a little bit more complicated and then take a step back to ask yourself what it would be like if they were easy.
I am also walking you through a few examples in this episode so you can get a good idea of how this works and how you can approach whatever it is in your business that is a little bit more complicated.
When you start to do this, you will see just how many different things your brain can come up with. This is one of the questions I am always asking my accelerator coaching members because I know it is what they need to keep moving forward!
If you want to have a bigger impact in your business but you’re not exactly sure how to achieve that without working harder and longer, apply to my 12-month rickmulready.com/accelerator! It will allow you to take the guesswork out of optimizing and accelerating the growth of your online business!
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