Indeed, maybe having something on Youtube could be a solution. The challenge would be to find a way to differentiate because there is already plenty of similar content there.
In real life, my main differentiator is that I come to people's place to fix their phone. So it's very convenient for...
I've been fixing iPhone's screens for a few years now. I started in high school then during my studies at the university and now I'm doing it as a side hustle after my "regular" job.
Using Facebook ads, I can successfully find a few customers every week which generates a decent...
This reasoning is indeed fair and correct.
The less free time you have available, the more you will value it. That's how everybody would work. Let's say you need 8 hours of sleep and you only
have 9 hours of free time available in your day, someone will have to offer you a higher hourly wage...
Probably because you didn't look desperate for anybody to hire you? You were not trying to convince anybody to work with you because you didn't need them to work with you?
I feel it a bit hard to convince potential customers that they are the ones who need you and not the other way around when...
I'm asking you this question today because it is something that I know for a fact is difficult.
When approaching future customers to sell them a service you just started offering, they will often ask to see examples of what you can do and what you did for other people before them...
Thank you for the update,
A way to find how to innovate in your niche would be to look at the negative review of similar products to the ones you want to sell. Amazon is probably the place to start but you have many others.
Customers might identify pain points that you can take advantage of.
I just finished the book 15 minutes ago.
3 weeks ago, I decided to finally read Unscripted (2 years after having read TMF). Unfortunately, I can't remember the exact event that made me decide to go for it.
Thank you MJ for the 2 inspiring books. Some chapters really were eye-openers for me and...
This idea was not to make a video of it but to do it and keep the results for yourself of course.
Yes, I also thought this could happen but then I guess there is nothing you can do about it, you'll find out if you hire that guy again and he doesn't deliver the same value the next times.
In my opinion, it's not about getting the money back straight away.
The goal would be more to find a reliable person to outsource your work to for a good price.
On the long run, it is certainly worth the investment.
You can also start small, you don't have to spend $1500 to run this kind of...
I just went through this video and I think the process displayed on the video is probably one of the best way to start outsourcing any services you are offering to your clients.
In the video, that guy Daniel Schiffer selects around 10 video...
Great that you joined, your story and your initiative are interesting.
Same as you, the gumball machine story is really something that triggered my willingness to change and keep trying different things until I meet success.