Hurricane Dorian

By charles kirkland | free lessons

Sep 09

As you can tell I survived Hurricane Dorian. It was bad but not nearly as bad as it could have been. Just the normal hurricane damage, no power, trees down, flooding, wind damage. But nothing beyond that.

This downtime gave me time to do some deep soul searching about  business.

Digital marketing changes so fast. There are always new traffic sources or technology updates to take advantage of.

Things that worked a few months ago don’t work now.

Email is about to change overnight with Apple's new update. Google and Yahoo will follow behind.

Why have we been rocking steady since 1999? 

I have seen so many flash-in-the-pan instant marketing gurus explode on the scene and fade just as fast.

I can tell you first hand that marketing alone is not enough.

If you think you’re good at marketing, that's your weakness.

To build a business that lasts, it takes 7 things in this order.

  • Mindset
  • Accountability
  • Offer
  • Marketing
  • Sales
  • Product
  • Backend Opps

Without these 7 things in place you work harder than you should. All it takes is missing one thing and your business is stuck in 1st gear.

It's like driving a racecar down a dirt road. You know you can do more and be more, but something is holding you back.

The only way to fill in the missing gaps is being part of a small group of people who have already been where you are.

Every challenge you face has already been conquered by someone else.

That's why I’m putting together a small group coaching for a handful of other people who are ready to get out of their own way.

This is not about learning new marketing or tech skills.

This is about the core of what makes people hyper-successful in business while others who are smarter struggle.

If you think this would help you, click below and book at time

https://mediabuyerassociation.com/consulting-thankyou/

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About the Author

Charles is a walking, talking, networking blend of credibility and know-how. Raised in a working class family, he combined a tenacious work ethic and keen sense of curiosity to usher him over one hurdle after another.