Kajabi Impact Summit: My Top 10 Takeaways!
Last week I attended Kajabi IMPACT Summit in sunny Irvine, California. To say that it was life changing would be a massive understatement. I was lucky to spend 3 days surrounded by dreamers, achievers, succeeders, and some of the biggest names in the entrepreneurial world. I mean I got to learn from the likes of Amy Porterfield, Brendon Burchard, Rachel Hollis, Jasmine Star, James Wedmore, Roger Love, Chalene Johnson, and more!
And today I want to share with you my top 10 takeaways from the summit.
Stay horizontal. Rather than trying to do everything, build one course or launch one VIP elite service package. Master that one thing as best you can before you move vertical.
Remember that what got you here, won't get you there. You have to be open to learning, evolving, and adapting because the online world we operate in is always changing.
Pay attention to paying people. Yes, your current clients. Not only will giving them the attention they deserve ensure that they remain clients, but the better the service you provide the more impactful their word of mouth will be.
When struggling with your business and wondering if you are on the right path, ask yourself, "If I died 3 years from today what do I wish I had of done?"
Consistency Compounds. Above all else, always be consistent.
If you don't own your audience you don't own your business. Engage with your followers and consistently email the people who opted-in to your freebies. It takes 24-27 touch points before someone will buy from you, so ensure that you are always present.
Trust the power of stories. Brock Johnson taught us that when we listen to or read a story our subconscious mind pictures ourself in that story. So when using stories to share your message or product or service with your audience it's super important to ensure that they are authentic and that they are full of feelings rather than fillings.
At the end of your life when you ask yourself, "Did I live? Did I love? Did I matter?" don't you want to be able to be able to answer with a unanimous YES?! Every day is a second chance, so if you get it, earn it, and use it to build something significant.
Think small and messy. When building your service packages or products, always give your customers a place to go next!
Change your limiting beliefs. In the words of James Wedmore, "your brain doesn’t match your beliefs to fit your life, it matches your life to your pre-existing beliefs."
Sending you heaps of love and abundant vibes!