Why does it feel like everyone wants to make six figures while working 4-hour weeks?
Have you ever asked yourself this?
I don’t think it’s really about the six figures at all. Because it’s not about the dollar amount.
It’s about having enough money to support our lifestyles without eating garbanzo beans straight outta the can (yep, I’ve done that) AND, more importantly, about having the TIME to enjoy it.
But it can feel like the only answer is to:
- Somehow build a large enough audience so that you can sell premium courses and forget about client work. But no matter how many courses you take or how many growth tactics you try, your list size continues to grow, stubbornly, at 0.5% per month.
- Quit your day job so that you have the time/energy/capacity to work with enough clients to make a living. But ugghh… is that just replacing one boss with 20?
- Find that elusive, magical-unicorn balance between selling products and services that allows both sustainable income and free time in your schedule. But this could literally take years to get right!
It took me years to finally build a business that made money. And I’ve made a lot of mistakes (I still make mistakes). But what I finally realized is that I can’t put all of my eggs in one basket (cliché but true).
I needed to diversify my income to balance those large work-intensive client projects with less-time-draining services.
That’s when I stumbled onto my “mini-service” method, which has earned me $800+ in the past few months with very little work.
And I want to share this method with you, so that:
- You can generate income on demand, without sacrificing your schedule or your soul. (Just to be clear, I’m talking about an extra $50-100 every day, not boatloads of cash.)
- You can untangle yourself from that malicious web of Internet marketing and launch something that attracts new clients (and repeat clients).
- You don’t feel pressured to bring on more high-ticket clients when your schedule is already full, because you can still get a bump in income without packing your schedule even tighter.
- You have the framework to take your idea from your vision to a real, tangible offer that brings in clients, and you have the confidence to promote it.
I’m not talking about a get-rich-quick scheme. I’m talking about creating a mini-service that is quick to sell and quick to deliver, so that you can get some extra cushion in your bank account—which translates to less stress and a better work-life balance.
To help you get started, I’ve created a completely free starter guide with seven “petite package” mini-service ideas (with examples) to help you brainstorm your own quick-sell mini-service.