The problem with this is that it can become costly quite quickly.
And because you’re dealing with people one on one, it’s not the best use of your time either.
But what if I told you there’s a better way?
And you can save a ton of time AND money?
Sounds to good to be true?
Okay, I’ll cut to the chase. What I’m talking about is hosting a kind of mini-event.
This is something I did while I was in Houston.
The company I used was Houston catering. And they did a great job!
So why is catering such a great way of doing business?
First, you control everything. The time, place, decorations, and the food.
Second, you can invite who you want. For example, I invited around 80% prospective clients.
And during the “event” my main job wasn’t to sell, but rather hook up my happy clients with my other guests (perspective clients).
And just to cut to the chase again, it worked beautifully.
Far better than if I was just having a stagnant dinner and trying to close my client the traditional way.
So think about this and try to come up with other ideas of your own.
Start with the end in mind. What do you want to archive?
I wanted to close the most amount of clients in the shortest time. And I realized the old way of doing things wasn’t working.
It took a few days to get to the idea, but I’m so happy that I finally did.
What about you? Any awesome ideas you can share with the readers here? Let us know by leaving a comment below.
Just because you have a home based business doesn’t mean you can never meet your clients!