There are two ways we can collaborate … I can advise you and let you execute on the strategies we develop, or I can advise you and have my team do all the work.
You’ll get 2 calls with me each month. You won’t be shuffled off to some junior team member for this call. It’ll just be you and me and one of my project managers who will take notes and help keep us all on track.
During each call, we’ll go over your business — what’s working and what isn’t — and I will help you formulate a strategy based on what has worked with countless other projects. On each call, we’ll talk about strategy at a high level and we’ll also focus on the next Single Most Important Thing (SMIT) you can do to drive growth.
You’ll then have a couple of weeks to work on implementing what we’ve talked about.
What if you don’t know how to do the SMIT we identify?
If you don’t know how to get started with your SMIT, I (or a member of my team who is better at the thing than me) will create a video walking you through how to do it. If we’ve already created a video on the topic for someone else, we will point you to its location in our online video library (which you will have access to).
What if you still have questions on how to do the SMIT?
If you still have questions on how to do the SMIT after you watch the video, you’ll have access to me and my team in a Slack channel we create just for you. We are typically able to resolve most of your questions about how to do the thing within one business day, although it’s often much faster during normal business hours.
What happens if you don’t get your SMIT done?
Once you understand how to make your SMIT happen, you or a member of your team will go get it done. In most cases, you should be able to accomplish the thing before our next call, although there might be times where we need a couple of calls to walk through various phases of the thing.
Our project manager will follow up with you several times between our calls to see how your SMIT is coming along and to help get answers for any questions you may have. In other words, we will hold you accountable for getting your SMIT done … because if it doesn’t get done, you’re unlikely to see the growth you’re looking for. So, we will stay on your case and push you, if you need it.
Occasionally, we take on a project where the client just gets overloaded and can’t keep up. In these cases we’re willing to try and help you find someone to add to your team, or to recommend an outside agency we’ve worked with before to help you out. In some cases, we can simply raise your rate and do the work for you.
TLDR? Here’s a summary of what’s included:
- A call with Jeremiah twice a month where we talk strategy and identify the Single Most Important Thing (SMIT) you need to do to drive growth for your business.
- Instructions (either on the call, or through a video we record for you) on how to do your SMIT.
- Access to me, or one of my specialists, through Slack to help answer questions you have about getting your SMIT done.
- Diligent follow up from one of our project managers to help make sure your SMIT happens, because you won’t see growth if it doesn’t get done.
Note: If there’s a thing you need to do that isn’t part of our core expertise, we will work to help you find someone who is qualified to actually help you, and we’ll send you to them. With 95% of the SMITs we identify, we’ll be in a great position to help you along, but there may also be some things which are important but simply lie outside of our wheelhouse.
Pricing for advisor projects:
1% of monthly net sales. $5,000/month minimum.
Pricing varies and depends on a number of factors, but most projects fall into the $10,000 – 30,000/month range.
What happens next?
The next step is to schedule a call to make sure we’ll be a good fit for each other.
Because so many people want my help, I’ve gotten to the point where I’ll only take you on as a client if I feel my experience will result in a significant growth increase for your business.
Please schedule an initial call with one of my project managers who will ask you some questions. This will help me get a feel for where you’re at with your company. After that call — assuming I think the project is a fit — you and I will schedule a follow-up call to answer questions and decide if we’d like to work together.