What to do When You No Longer Want to Work With Early Stage Entrepreneurs

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It’s a stage in every entrepreneur’s journey that we can all relate to – that moment when you no longer want to work with early stage entrepreneurs. We’ve all been there, right? The phase where we’re trying to convince people that they have a problem and need our solution. But guess what? It’s perfectly okay to evolve past that stage, and in fact, it’s a sign of growth!

In this episode, I’m diving deep into my own experience and sharing how I navigated through this phase. We’ll explore how confidence, brand presence, and experience play a role in attracting the right clients. So, if you’ve been feeling like you’ve outgrown working with early stage entrepreneurs, this episode is just what you need!

Here’s a closer look at the episode:

  • How we naturally progress from working with early stage clients to more advanced ones.
  • The pivotal moments that shift our focus towards more experienced clients.
  • Understanding the different stages of the buyer’s journey and how to tailor your content accordingly.
  • Shifting your messaging and content strategy to attract sophisticated buyers.
  • Embracing your value proposition and showing how you solve 6 and 7 figure problems.

“When you’re messing around, playing around with this basic content, basic approach, basic magnets, you’re going to keep attracting those basic people. It’s okay to say you wanna work with these 6 and 7 figure people, but you better be talking to 6 and 7 figure problems, and you better be ready to speak to the 6 and 7 figure solution that you have.” -Latesha

Ready to level up your client base and attract the clients you truly desire? Tune in now.

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