EPISODE 202: DAY 2 - HOW CAN YOU SERVE YOUR PERFECT PERSON? WITH STACY TUSChL

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Stacy Tuschl is a speaker, business coach, and the owner of The Academy of Performing Arts in Wisconsin. She is the author of the book “Is Your Business Worth Saving?” where she reveals proven strategies for pulling entrepreneurs out of a rut and launching them toward business success.

Today is Day 2 of our 5 Day Launch in 90 Days Challenge. If you missed Day 1, please go back and listen to that show. We’re going to start with some Q and A and then cover today’s topic.

Q and A:

Should you focus on growing your email list or launching first?

Part of the launch strategy is email list building. Grow your list in the pre-launch stage of your course.

Do we need to do FB ads if we haven’t launched a product yet?

Only do FB ads when you have a call to action. So if you want to give something away to build your list, that’s great.

Do you have to go into debt to launch a course?

You will either spend your time or your money your launch. So you can spend your money to save yourself time, or you can save your money and spend your time. You have to spend one or the other.

How much time will a launch take from your family?

If you designate a certain amount of hours per day to your launch, it won’t take any longer than your normal work day.

Yesterday we talked about your fears and your goals. Today is all about your “perfect person”. We want to start the process by looking at yourself first. You want to teach you, where you were 2 years ago. You need to be far enough ahead in your journey to be confident helping people who are where you were 2 years ago.

  1. What is the problem your perfect person thinks they have?
  2. If you were to take away their pain and problems, then what would their perfect world look like?
  3. How do you get them to their perfect world?

Post your homework in the FB group and share your answers with the group.

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Stacy Tuschl