Engaged Fans in 3 SIMPLE Steps

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  1. Hello, how do I even begin to know what my client market wants/needs? I’m an Art Psychotherapist, so I can help people with all kinds of problems. I’d love your help and guidance in this as I can see you have achieved expertise. Well done and thank you!

    Bonnie

    1. Author

      Hey Bonnie!

      Most experts such as yourself, CAN help your market with a variety of issues. The key though is to specialise and emphasise one core strength you feel most confident in. Simply put, if you tell them you can do all the things you can do, they likely won’t believe you.

      Start with the #1 pressing issue that your market has, and offer to solve that first. Then they are in your world and trust you. From there, you can offer other opportunities to help them.

  2. Hello, how do I even begin to know what my client market wants/needs? I’m an Art Psychotherapist, so I can help people with all kinds of problems. I’d love your help and guidance in this as I can see you have achieved expertise. Well done and thank you!

  3. Thank you Justin, that was such a quick response. Do you think if I recognise my core strength that that will tell me who my target market is? Would the best way to find out there biggest need then be to ask them? I would love to know how you discovered all this , as in your strength and your markets needs. Please and thank you, very much!

    Bonnie

    1. Author

      If you really want to succeed with your target market… you shouldn’t need to ask what their biggest pain is. You should already know it.

      Trying to position yourself in a market you don’t understand is setting yourself up for failure.

      What market do you KNOW, and also have a strength you could help them with? Thats the starting point.

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