Selling II


Here are my answers to some previous coaching and some new questions:

Sounds like you are failing your way to success Scholar. You are taking action, failing, learning what works (and doesn’t work), tweaking and adjusting and taking more action. Your failing is teaching you what doesn’t work so you can keep moving towards what does and the better you get at failing, the more you will learn. If failing is part of the process, check in on how you are thinking about your results. Are you working “the problem” or are you making yourself part of the problem and blocking your learning?

My Answer: I think I’m doing both. I think I’m making myself a part of the problem and blocking learning and then other times I’m working on the problem and thinking about ways I could improve or change and do something different next time.

What if you were willing to do 100 launches to sell your membership so this is trial number 2? How would think and feel differently?

My Answer: I would think about it differently like I have 98 more times to go so let’s go. It would be more motivating like I’m one step closer to reaching my goal.

New Questions:  Can you sell something too much? Will people get tired of seeing you selling the same thing so often? If I want to fail faster, could you sell too much?