Early this year we passed a huge milestone in our business: We welcomed our 500th member to Six-Figure Systems.
Several people reached out to ask how we did it. My answer to that will probably disappoint some listeners, but what’s really fascinating is what I learned along the way. Have a listen. I hope you’ll come away with some insights into your own business as well.
Prefer a transcript? Here you go!
What you’ll learn in this episode:
- The many different ways you can show up consistently for your audience
- Why it pays to ask for (and accept) feedback—even when it’s not what you want to hear
- Why your way (or mine) might not be the best way
- Why adding more content isn’t always the best way to create more value
- How to let go and get help when you need it
- How incredibly freeing it can be to realize not everyone will love what you do
- How I made things harder on myself than I needed to, and what I’m doing differently now
- Six-Figure Systems, my monthy program where we talk all things online business building and marketing
- Pat Flynn recommends creating a “minimum viable product” and then asking for feedback so you can test and validate.
- Hubspot has a good article on how to run a focus group.
- PostGopher lets your readers download a copy of your blog post as a PDF file.
- Membership Site Mastery was not mentioned, but if you’re interested in building your own successful membership, this is where you should start. Use promo code PODCAST at checkout to save 40%.