The ingredients look simple:
- Impulse purchase.
- Disproportionate value to price.
- Solves a problem.
- Leaves the big problems unsolved.
- Naturally leads to your core offer.
- Has three to five deliverables.
- At least one deliverable includes an interactive workshop.
- The last deliverable solves a new problem created by the successful delivery of the preceding deliverables.
While that looks simple, we discovered that it’s not as simple as it looks. We learned the hard way…
Our first First-Time Offer failed…
Our second one also failed…
Our third one failed… a little less.
It took eighteen months and over two hundred hours for us to get something that “sort of” worked. Then we’ve spent five years refining the process.
Now we can dial in your offer in one month and less than ten hours of your time. And a great First-Time Offer is magical for both you and your customers.
We did that for Josh. And it doubled his closing rate… immediately. Hear that in his own words below.
If you have a high-ticket B2B service business, we can probably do the same thing for you. Occasionally, we see a business where we can’t see the path. And we’ll quickly let you know if that’s you.
If we believe we can help you, we’ll propose a mini project that delivers $4,000 to $5,000 of value, but only costs $497. Once that’s complete, you have three choices:
- Take the results and execute them yourself.
- Give the results to someone else to execute for you.
- If we mutually agree, we’ll help you build your perfect First-Time Offer.
Your next step now is conversation. Just like normal life, if that conversation goes well, we’ll have a coffee date. Our version of a coffee date is a First-Time Offer, a mini project, that moves you three to five steps closer to your goal with no commitment beyond that.
Would it be a ridiculous idea to have a conversation to see if this is right for you?