Problems

“If I had only one hour to solve a problem, I would spend fifty-five minutes defining the problem, and only five minutes finding the solution.”

― Albert Einstein
During the past 17 years working with thousands of conscious entrepreneurs, authors, consultants, coaches and eCommerce entrepreneurs, we’ve collected a lot of data and connected some dots…

The problem is, there are a lot of INVISIBLE PROBLEMS.
Do you recognize yours?

1. Following a Formula

Formula

You buy “that one formula” for success from a guru. You want to believe them. Isn’t it easier to follow a 1-, 2-, 3-step method? Or hack someone’s funnel? You wonder, “Is there something wrong with me? Why am I not getting the same results as their case studies?” You’re smart. You followed the steps. Yet something feels “off” about what you’re doing. So you look for help— a certified expert to help you execute and find that missing element. They tweak this and that, but it doesn’t launch off the ground. People tell you, “Stick with it. It eventually gets better.” But you know (deep down) that it won’t.

You best relate to one of these Entrepreneurial Villains:

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Confused Carroll…who needs clarity to convert more clients.
Addicted Adrian…who depends on a single tactic for 50%+ of financial success.

2. Watching the Competition

Competition

You’ve had a successful business for years and then it all grinds to a halt. The “go-to” campaigns aren’t working anymore. You’ve taken a major hit to your income. You start scrambling and getting more involved in the business, micromanaging your team and obsessing on projects. You have a watchful eye on everything now, or you might lose everything. You long for the security of the bygone years when money came easily and everything flowed. Are algorithms or a slacking team member to blame?

You best relate to one of these Entrepreneurial Villains:

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Freefall Frankie...who has declining leads, sales and/or retention.
Low Price Logan...who hasn’t mastered communicating value and resorts to competing on price.
Bloody Brett...who survives in a highly competitive and crowded landscape.

3. Staying the Best Kept Secret

Secret

After all these years of being an entrepreneur, you don’t feel that people have a solid idea of who you are. After all, you’ve been so many things to so many people. You can’t help it — you’re multi-passionate and tend to change who you are and what you offer at the first sight of the next opportunity. Frankly, you’re tired of generating that next buck to please others. You really want to do what you love and what’s aligned to you — and get paid for it.

You best relate to one of these Entrepreneurial Villains:

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Trendy Taylor…who stays trendy by launching a new flavor of the week.
Plain Jane…who needs a compelling brand that attracts premium customers.

4. Being Chained to Your Business

Chained

You’re stuck working IN your business rather than ON. You feel that if you just keep hustling, grind it out, work your fingers to the bone and get to the bottom of the to-do pile, things will work out and you’ll keep making money. If you take your foot off the pedal, then everything hits the fan... At the end of the day, you can feel like you have dozens of arms reaching for you, pulling you in multiple directions. Sooner or later, flight mode sets in and you just want to escape — go binge-watch something on TV and tell everyone to go to you-know-where.

You best relate to one of these Entrepreneurial Villains:

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Workaholic William…who is working hard for very few rewards, whether it’s income or impact.
Break Even Steven…who breaks even on campaigns, and wants to speed up growth.

In every story, the Hero must conquer the Villain and seize the magic elixir.

Let’s find out what YOUR Magic Elixir is.
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