Don’t hire a fake-ass business coach.
If you got ripped off before, that’s your fault.
Here are three questions you should ask:
(1) Have you ever created and run a successful business before, other than coaching?
(2) May I speak to your former clients?
(3) What did they specifically state they were going to teach you?
Branding, Pitching, Packages, and Processes
People buy in the subconscious based on emotion, not logic. Your why doesn’t matter. Why should they hire you? How does working with you impact them?
If you have three packages, what are the five added values for each package? And put the potential client in the shoes of somebody who has already hired you. Give them the logistics.
Activity does not equal productivity. What have you been doing with your last three months, six months, nine months, year? Where is all your time and money going? If you’re busy, you’re an idiot.
No number is unreasonable or irrational, but a dream without a plan is just a wish. What is your specific quantifiable measurable goal? You need to break down your bigger goal into smaller goals with action steps, due dates, and milestones.
Half the program is set in stone, and the other half is organic. Workshop Four is your opportunity to ask a million questions and address your specific barriers.
Negotiations and Closing Deals
Learn how to always take yes for an answer and show your specific solutions to their specific problems in an interwoven way.
The Entrepreneurial Mindset
There are three keys to success as an entrepreneur. Persistence: you keep going and going and going no matter what, be stubborn but not stupid stubborn. Sacrifice is giving up something in order to get something. How bad do you want it? Organization is structure, logistics, protocol, and processes. You need SOPs for every aspect of your business.
Client Success Stories
Sajad keeps your leadership in alignment.
The gut check we all need.
Sajad is one of the most astute and intuitive business people you will meet. His grasp of the fundamentals of cash flow, mission and time focus, and thought articulation are the key ingredients to starting and operating your entrepreneurial project.
As a business trainer, whether you’ve operated a business or not, Sajad is a worthwhile engagement. If you’ve not operated a business, you definitely need him. If you cannot discipline yourself enough to navigate six weeks of time with him, you should not be operating your business wasting your own or someone else’s money. If you’ve been in business for 5 to 10 years, you periodically need a gut check. Sajad represents this gut check to “re-blue” you in terms of what it takes to keep your leadership in alignment.
Who else should hire Sajad? Well, – and this might sound harsh to some – if you think you are a good business coach, you are probably not as good as you could be without working with Sajad. If you are a bank or contemplating loaning money to a business, you should ensure the business owner is hiring Sajad if you want assurance you will receive your ROI.
It is definitely worth the 26-minute complimentary call – so get on his schedule.
David Eric Johns
Sajad Husain, Esq is my Nolan Ryan
I got a killer fastball now.
I was good at following the recipe for hamburgers. And I sucked at sales because I didn’t have a recipe.
There’s an absolute strategy to it…
There’s an absolute intentional effort to it…
To be honest, I can’t even cook. I just follow formulas.
Now as good as I am at operations…
I’m within striking distance on effectively conveying the value I provide.
Most people give up on the one yard line.
It’s 20.16667 yards from the pitchers mound to home plate.
I was a Randy Johnson. Very talented and threw very hard, but had no control. My development inconsistent over the duration of my career.
Yes, I’ve got a few coaches I’ll credit as most influential. But things didn’t change for me until I found a Nolan Ryan. A fellow pitcher who had walked the same troubles already
Relating on a different level, I changed how I pitched
– Now I can hit targets with better control
– I can hit a plane
– Or this bird
So who was my Nolan Ryan?
—-> Sajad Husain, Esq <—-
You don’t need a big break, you need a breakthrough.
Sajad will teach you the finer points of promoting a business.
I’m not going to hurt your feelings by telling you how wrong your thinking is. Sajad will take care of that.
You don’t need a big break, you need a breakthrough. You need to learn how to be your own boss. You need to hold yourself to a high standard that builds the confidence and a passion for the business. You need to plan money-making activities all day, every day, so that the business comes to you.
“But I already do that!”
No you don’t.
Sajad will teach you the finer points of promoting a business, staying on task, and mapping your success. Those are the little extras. The real takeaway is the sense of accountability.
Sajad will bring you into a network of driven solopreneurs. He commends you like no other when you deserve it, and offers tough love when you need it. He teaches you to be your own boss. As a speaking coach, I’m a nice guy. But my boss is a real prick. Thanks Sajad for teaching me to be a real prick. Now get back to work.”