How To Make Offers So Clear That People Stop To Wonder How You’re Doing It

𝗥𝗲𝗮𝗱 𝗧𝗶𝗺𝗲: 2 minutes

Some advice to my younger self:

Make offers every day.

I don’t care what industry you’re in. I don’t care if you work a 9-5 or are self-employed. And I don’t care if your schedule is already full.

You need to make more offers.

At the end of last year I had plenty of “time filling tasks” in my calendar. But I wasn’t making enough money. And I hated the way I was making it.

So I decided something had to change.

I came up with an idea for an offer that would help me make money by writing online. The idea was to write marketing emails for an old mentor of mine who runs a coaching business.

But when I went to send him a message about it… I hesitated.

It felt uncomfortable. You know the kind of discomfort that wells up in your stomach when you’re about to make an offer to someone? It was like that.

I can’t remember if it took me a couple days or a couple weeks to finally send it. But I remember mulling it over with my girlfriend. And I remember revising it several times before I sent it.

But when I finally did send it, this was his reply:

“Where’d you get all this new found knowledge?”

My offer was so clear and so compelling that he stopped to wonder how I was doing it.

And with one little text message… everything changed.

I now “work” 15-20 hours per week.

I’ve more than doubled my income from last year.

And I have plenty of time and energy to work on my personal brand and build my online education business.

Making offers every day isn’t about saying “yes” to more and more things until you’re overwhelmed and can’t see straight.

It’s about looking at your calendar.

Deciding it could be better.

And making it happen.

If your schedule is full. Then by default, whatever you say “yes” to next MUST be better than what’s already on your calendar, right?

So if you make BETTER offers every day. Instead of more “YESes”, you’ll get more “NOs”. And that’s a good thing. Because when that epic life changing “YES” does come in…

Boom. Instant upgrade.

Here’s what the creator of Dilbert, Scott Adams, has to say about it:

“Your job is not your job, your job is always to be looking for the better deal.”

So here’s a deal for you.

Let’s work on your offer.

I want you to get paid in a way that feels good to you. That way you can start leveling up and stop feeling like you’re stuck on the hamster wheel.

If that resonates with you, you can learn more here.

Until next time.

All the best,

Kevin

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