Sure, you have a great idea for your business, but the real question is: Who is going to buy?
We get into all of the details to help you find your perfectly delighted customer.
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I'm working on Project 52, that is a page for the week of the year. Sounds much more complicated than it is...
Speak the Lingo:
Demographics, statistical data; a shared characteristic, like age, income, education, ethnic background, religion or place of worship.
Pyschographics "according to their attitudes and tastes, especially for market research.
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You determine your attitude with the way you speak to yourself.
Habits of Excellence:
This week's Habit of Excellence: Don't try to remember everything: Set your reminders.
You have way too much on your mind with all the facets of life. Setting reminders has allowed me freedom to completely focus on the things that matter.
I use reminders to:
All of these tiny tasks used to overload my brain with too many things to keep track of...it was stressing me out. Now I know that I'll get all those things completed and still focus on what is really important to me.
How to find your perfectly delighted customer. You can have a remarkable business working with 25 people or less (depending on price point.)
Consider the demographics:
And, the pyschographics:
Go 3, 4, or 5 levels deeper.
Then, define the problem or challenge, you, or your product can fix:
These first few steps are how you'll be able to connect with your customer and get that business going.
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