Some people say a deep fried turkey is the best.
Beth and I have never tried one, since we are not a fan of deep-frying. Especially with me having reflux, where my stomach flap doesn’t work well to keep the stomach acid where it belongs… in the stomach and not up in my esophagus. Not a fit for us.
My chiropractic said he found the solution: the Char Broil Oil-Less Turkey Fryer. I bought one, around $100, and I agree. It delivered. A better fit!
The first time the light bulb went off on that concept, it felt so good… so liberating. Up until that point, if a prospect could fog a mirror, they were a good fit.
That was my Right Fit Client description… alive!
It took coaching and training to gain the courage to stop working with anyone and everyone. The first step was to change my thinking. Isn’t that always the case? It starts with changing our own mindset.
And you know what’s even more interesting?
It actually makes the affluent want you more. Weird, isn’t it? Counter intuitive. Yet, it works to your benefit!
Think of what happens when you can’t have something you want. You want it even more.
You must live with an abundance mindset.
However, to succeed with the affluent, you must create a sense of scarcity when it comes to working with you.
Prospects need to know that while they are interviewing you, you are interviewing them. And you only work with qualified clients.
When done correctly, it creates what I call “The Country Club Effect.” Prospects want to qualify to work with you.
The first step is to complete the Are We A Good Fit article and send it to prospects!