Position Yourself Into A Six-Figure Consulting Career – FA186

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Building A Strong Message Of Authority…

If you tuned in to last week’s show, you would have got a taste of the power of consulting and hopefully gotten to grips with some of the fundamentals needed to add an additional six figures to your income.

On this week’s episode, our good friend Johan Woods is joining us once again as we go deeper into the consulting playbook.

Building on the foundations from last week, this episode will be completely focused on one of the most crucial aspects of any successful consulting business – positioning. Though it may seem obvious that to succeed in any marketplace it’s necessary to build authority around yourself or your company, people so often fail to take control of how they are perceived by their customers and potential clients.

By the end of this episode, you’ll be equipped with the know-how to take other’s perception of you into your own hands. Once we have that under control it’s time to earn the money you deserve, build a message of real authority and work towards those extra six-figures.

How To Avoid Becoming A Commodity…

  • How important is a skillset early on?
  • Picking your clients to avoid future headaches.
  • The real difference between freelancers, consultants and entrepreneurs.
  • Positioning yourself vs. positioning your company.
  • Becoming a leading authority in a narrow niche.
  • Crafting your appearance.

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Position Yourself Into A Six-Figure Consulting Career – FA186


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  • Ben

    Tim and Johan,
    Thanks for these two podcasts about consulting. This one in particular really resonated with me and helped me decide that this may be the way I want to start heading in my entrepreneurial path. Tim, I really loved your stories about your past businesses and how you positioned yourself differently as a marketing consultant and a pool business, it was great! I put my email down to be on the list for your consulting program and am looking forward to the next podcast.
    Thanks again,
    Ben Dykstra

  • Don Traxler

    Tim,

    Another amazing show. You’re doing brilliant things, and you absolutely know your stuff. I remember having a 1 on 1 call with you a while back and you were so helpful. I’m currently doing web development work and I operate under a company that I started, but I really need to work on my positioning so that I can stop building $1000 sites for customers who are a pain. I feel like I may be doing the pitching wrong, because I’m currently going door to door. My pitch needs work (which I am refining constantly), but it’s a ton of rejection and I’m definitely in need of improvement, and help.

    I went through The Foundation in 2012 and learned a ton, but I’m still lacking the ways to put it together. Your material allows me to understand way more about how to take practical action and move forward.

    I signed up for the consulting list, and I would love to be considered for mentorship! I’d love to be able to give back to you in some way as well.

    Best,
    Don Traxler

  • http://www.LimitlessMindset.com/ Jonathan Roseland

    Secret to success: Flip flops

  • http://FoolishAdventure.com Tim Conley

    Yeah buddy!

  • http://essentialsoftheonlinebusiness.com/ Chris (Krzysztof) Trynkiewicz

    This was a great episode. I wrote down a few things. The actionable part for me was “make a customer welcome kit”.

  • Lise Halskov

    Hi guys, I love the podcast about consulting! I have struggled a lot with my positioning. My basic skill is project management but it is either perceived as a freelance thing or something really dry and boring! What I excel in is to work with companies, who sells some kind of service to their clients. What I do is I go in and optimize the way they work with their clients, and propose changes and training of their staff where needed. Of course using my project management skills, but they don’t need to know that. Inspired by your show, I have thought about: Work Flow Optimization Expert. What do you think – is that too corny? Thanks!

  • http://TimConley.co Tim Conley

    I like it!

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