Lain Ehmann is head marketing and communication strategist at #FastLain. The Stanford-educated author of several best-selling books, Lain helps six- and seven-figure entrepreneurs say what their customers and clients need to hear.
– Lain Ehmann
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3 Key Points from This Episode:
- Sometimes, an indicator that it’s time to move on to the next big venture is when you find yourself repeating yourself again and again. For example, if you’re not finding any new content to write about or any new ideas, it might be time to move on to something else.
- When you’re starting out, you need experience. You can read all the books you want, but experience will teach you the most. Think about offering your services to someone for $15-$20/hour as a way to build that experience.
- If you aspire to make 6-7 figures per year, look at the sales pages and websites of the people already doing it – Jeff Walker, Marie Forleo, etc. Take note on what they say, how they say it (though don’t plagiarize of course), and use some of their techniques when you get ready to write your own sales pages and copy. Use this as a shortcut to learning how to put together amazing sales pages, copy, etc., instead of starting from scratch.