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Now, we've talked about this a couple of times, but I wanted to share with you what I did with her play rock, paper, scissors.
If you have gone through NP2NYC™ Method and you know what you want to sell, but you're still struggling with, oh, but I could do this and I could do this and I just, I just don't know.
I totally get it. We try. We're creatives. We struggle with this.
If everything is equal and you can't decide which product wins first place.
You play rock, paper, scissors.
Let's say that we have four choices. They're tied for first place, but we know if we try to build all four, they're not going to work. You have to be focused. You have to build one product at a time because by the time you do that one product and you do the email sequences and the automations and the offers and the upsells and the order bumps and the marketing and everything that goes into it, it's a whole lot more than one product. So...
If you're like me, your family just won't stop eating - am I right?
For us, our online business is a team effort and while my kids and husband love Kajabi like I do - they aren't nearly as fast building in it as I am.
I can't do it all and neither can you.
So one of my Kajabi hacks is outsourcing meal prep to my family. This gives them ownership and responsibility and takes a load off of me. As they are planning and prepping then I have time to create fun experiences like this one for our customers.
But doesn't using Kajabi create a dependency on the platform? What am I going to do if Kajabi breaks?
So true. Just like if I had a physical business it would be dependent on the building and access into the parking lot (hello roadwork). If the pipes burst and flooded the space, I'd call the landlord and probably need to adjust how I was opening the business and servicing customers.
I resisted an all-in-one platform for four years because as a lawyer I was never comfortable with the terms or lack of being advertised with the all-in-one platforms between 2011-2015 (I for the life of me don't remember what was around and I had no idea that Kajabi was already there.) I did compare Kajabi v. Teachable and am incredibly happy having my forever internet home safely planted with Kajabi.
I do not have an 8-figure business, yet.
But there are many people that do and they have some or all of their business with Kajabi. And if anything...
First, know that you can always upgrade or downgrade Kajabi, so don't stress too much. If you start with the Kajabi Basic Plan, then you can upgrade to the Kajabi Growth Plan, or the Kajabi Pro Plan. If you start with the Growth or Pro plans, then you can always downgrade.
Kajabi honors the pricing option that you came into Kajabi with, so as long as your account stays current and in good standing, you maintain any and all promotions you came into Kajabi with.
Here is the current pricing information and feature breakdown but after using Kajabi since November 2015 and as a Kajabi Hero and Kajabi Ambassador and running a business based on assisting Kajabians, this is the main difference as I see it between the Basic and Growth plans.
Easiest way I know to explain Automations - a 24/7, 365 days/year, no breaks, no days off...
If you're asking yourself these questions then welcome to my brain because I asked the same questions back in November 2015 right before I took a deep breath, typed in my credit card number, and became Kajabi account #300.
I get it. You're serious about your business. You want to make sure that the place you choose for your business is the right place.
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Product/Service A (most expensive)
Product/Service B (middle)
Product/Service C (cheapest)
If money were no object, which would I choose? Specifically why?
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How many products/services do I need to sell to make up the cost difference?
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(A-B)/[price of my products] = ____
(A-C)/[price of my products] =...
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