Many people who want to start earning money on the side struggle with finding their first client. They waste time on worthless tasks like printing business cards and social media…and then wonder why no one is pounding down their door to hire them.
Stop doing this, please!
Finding your first client is easy. All you need to do is get out of your own head and solve someone else’s problems. You need to find someone who could benefit from your services, then you need to deeply understand their needs. When you put those two together, you can create a proposal that’s mouth-wateringly irresistible.
I’ve created a simple tactic to do just that. It’s called The Briefcase Technique. Here’s how it works:
It looks obvious, but the real magic is in doing your homework before you ever set foot in the room. 80% of the work happens before you ever sit down for a meeting.
Look at what happens when you go deep into your prospect’s mind
The Briefcase Technique isn’t just a list of things you can do. The key is DEEPLY understanding the wants and needs of your prospect.
Because deeply understanding your client gets you results like this:
“I used the briefcase technique to submit a proposal to a client and landed a $2,500 contract w/ continued business after.”
— Uy T
“I love the briefcase technique. With it, I got jobs at 3 big Silicon Valley tech firms, whereas in my previous attempt, I did not get past the first-round interview with them.”
“I used the briefcase technique to land many projects. One recent was a $2,000 website update to my existing design since I was able to present to the client the benefits it would bring including ease of updating and more traffic to their website.”
Start Solving Problems and Getting Paid
To help you get started, I want to give you a FREE 15-page bonus lesson — “Get Inside Their Heads: How to Avoid ‘No’ and Score Big Wins by Deeply Understanding Your Prospect”
You’ll learn how to use psychology to identify the most likely customers and get them to say yes.
PLUS: I’ll show you how I’ve used this strategy to charge over $1,200/hr in consulting fees.