- Welcome to new listeners
- New risks and great marketing
- Things I outsource
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Ryan: At the end of episode 233, you ask if we would share what risks we are taking. Here’s one for me right now:
I am taking the risk of hosting my first in-person speaking event that I will charge for. I was talking with a friend of mine a few weeks ago about my coaching services. He said that of the 300 or so hours of marital counseling he did in the past year, about 200 hours was discussions on finances. He agreed that a Friday-Saturday event would be good to host at the church building, and he would do word-of-mouth marketing and put out “feelers” to see what the demand is. We don’t have a date set yet, but I’m looking at conducting four sessions during the weekend early this fall. I’ll meet with him again a week to discuss it further. I will definitely record the event so I can re-purpose the content online. Thanks again for your encouraging show, Justin.
Curt: Thanks for the podcast. Can you tell us a little more about what you outsource, who you outsource with and how you do it? I’ve outsourced graphic design work and things like internet research, but have never had a dedicated assistant. I would love to learn more about what has worked best for you.
A few of the things I outsource:
- Graphic design
- Website design
- Admin work (anything that takes a lot of time and doesn’t pay me)
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