Whether you’re in business already – or you’re still trying to figure out how to profit from your passion – the key to making it remains the same:
You have to find people willing to pay you for your product or service.
In other words – you need customers or clients. That’s the obvious part.
Precisely because it IS so obvious, a lot of people make the mistake of thinking in terms of only the most obvious customer or client.
That’s a huge mistake. Because…
If You Really Want to Profit From Your Passion, You Have To Go Beyond The Most Obvious Client or Customer
Let’s look at how taking an unconventional path enabled these three people to profit from their passions.
A photographer who loves photographing babies… but couldn’t get enough babies in the pipeline to make it sustainable.
He never knew where his next client was going to come from.
He’s now the photographer for the maternity ward at a huge hospital in New York City. So he’s there to capture all the moments surrounding many of the births in that hospital.
It’s a win for the hospital because it gives expecting parents yet another reason to have their babies with them as opposed to a different hospital.
And he gets more work coming in than he could possibly drum up for himself.
Another great example…
A health coach who was tired of trying to convince individuals to sign up as clients who didn’t always understand the value she provided.
Then she noticed that one of her friends from the C-suite in a big company was stressed beyond belief, exhausted, and wasn’t eating well. It gave her an idea…
Today, she has contracts with big corporations where she goes in, assesses all the employees in the C-suite, and develops a meal plan for the company chef.
If the company doesn’t have a chef, she creates individual meal plans and sits down with each executive’s assistant to help them support their boss.
She’s just returned from Paris doing this for a company. Before that, she was in Singapore.
Yet another example…
A LinkedIn expert who works with people on optimizing their profiles and upping their visibility.
One day, she realized that companies are now doing LinkedIn pages.
But there was a big disconnect between what the company put out versus what their C-suite executives put on their own profiles.
Now, she goes into a company and handles its page, along with all the profiles of its C-level execs. So the company representation is consistent across the board.
In other words, what if you expanded your thinking from selling strictly business to consumer, and explored ways to sell business to business – aka “B2B.”
If you have no idea how to get a corporate contract – or maybe, you see corporations the same way I once did… as big huge mysterious places totally outside of your realm of experience or comfort zone – don’t worry.
Anyone Can Land a Big Contract – IF You Know How
According to Inc. magazine, companies spent 2 trillion dollars last year on outside vendors.
All you have to do to get a piece of these contracts is to package your services and expertise (the exact services and expertise you already have) in a way that shows a corporate decision maker that YOU have their solution.
Don’t worry if you have no clue how to do that.
Because in just a few days, my friend and colleague Belinda Pruyne is going to peel back the curtains and explain all of the above during a free online presentation…
BIG Corporate Connections. BIG Contracts. BIG Cash
3 Keys to Snag BIG Corporate Gigs With The Matching Paychecks
(Even if you don’t know the first thing about the corporate world)
Tuesday, March 22nd at 1 PM EST US
Go to BigCorporateConnections.info now to save your free spot.
Before she took the leap to self-employment, Belinda spent years as a corporate executive herself.
So she knows first-hand that when you’re pursuing BIG (or any!) corporate contracts – there’s 3 things you absolutely need to know…
#1 What you can offer corporate that they’re willing to pay for
Trust me – you DO have something they want. You just have to find it + know how to package it.
#2 The RIGHT way to “get past the gatekeeper”
Doing this the wrong way can ruin your chances of ever getting through to the decision maker.
#3 How to speak with decision makers in a way that’s relevant to them
Anyone can learn how to do this, even if you’ve never worked in corporate yourself and “don’t speak the language.”
Register for this free webinar at BigCorporateConnections.info
Because in this powerful 1-hour event, Belinda is going to show you…
- How to turn YOUR expertise & services into compelling offers for corporations – without having to twist yourself or conform your beliefs to “fit in.”
- The #1 secret to “get past the gatekeeper.” (Belinda has a brilliant example of how one outside vendor actually got past her own secretary back when Belinda used to hire outside vendors for her company.)
- How to get decision makers to pay attention + take you seriously – even if you have no experience working in corporate yourself!
- The BIGGEST thing you need to know about corporate decision makers BEFORE you try to connect.
… And more!
Ready to get some of Belinda’s insider secrets on landing BIG corporate contracts?
Go to BigCorporateConnections.info to reserve your seat for Belinda’s online presentation Tuesday, March 22nd at 1 PM EST.
And see for yourself how landing a single corporate contract could change everything.
P.S. Belinda used to be one of the corporate decision makers who hired outside help.
But now she’s a small business owner that lands corporate contracts of her own.
Because she’s been on both sides of the fence Belinda has a unique advantage when it comes to helping other small business owners and service providers do it too.
If you’re at all curious about the world of corporate contracts, I highly recommend you listen in to what Belinda has to say next Tuesday, March 22nd at 1 PM EST.
RSVP at BigCorporateConnections.info now.