Stop Complicating Things.


So many gurus are out there trying to flog off their 12 step blueprint to guaranteed sales or super sales success protocol to unsuspecting victims…(which we have all me I was the worst!)

and yeah to be honest. I get that they want to stand out and be noticed

but when you look at it…do they look any different from each other?

Or is it like they’re all saying the same thing?

Certain gurus and business coaches attempt to make it hard in order for trick customers into thinking they need them.

You just simply cannot succeed without the help of someone guiding the way.

And yeah, I think there is a time and a place to have help, but before that…you need to get back to basics.

You need to understand the fundamentals of what makes a business work:

1. Find a problem to solve,
2. Find those who have said problem,
3. Provide the best solution in exchange for money.

If you can do those things over and over again…you will have NO ISSUE.

The biggest problem is most get caught up in busy work.

But here is the reality.

You don’t need another online program.
You don’t need another online tool. (ie: click funnels, infusionsoft etc)
You don’t need another book (this was biggest wake up call for me when i got it)

You need to just get back to the grass roots and decide: What problems can I solve.

And then spend as much time as you can discovering how to solve them better.

That’s this week’s focus, Hayden…

At regular intervals throughout the day ask yourself: “Am I working at solving the biggest problems my customers have?”

If the answer is no, then ask yourself why not…..

Simple, but often overlooked.

If you have any questions, let me know, but otherwise it’s pretty straight forward.

Enjoy your day and I’ll touch base a little later in the week.


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