Business not growing? Fix these 3 things

The most common question I get whenever I hop on a consulting call with a new client is this:

“My business is not growing and I don't know how to fix it.”

I’ve worked with countless entrepreneurs:

  • From beginners who are still figuring it all out,

  • through people who make multiple six figures (including my husband, talk about a challenge!)
  • all the way to CEOs that run companies who make north of $100M a year.

And you know the funny part?

For all these people, regardless of the size of their business, the answer to the “Why is my business not growing” question is always the same:

There are 3 main problems that cause your business to be stagnant or shrink. All you need to do is recognize where your problem is right now, and solve it.

True: the tactics might change depending on where you’re at and what you do.

The methods might be a little more, or a little less, complex.

…but at the core — it remains the same.

Yes, it’s supposed to be that simple.
No, it’s not always easy.
Yes, it’s always, always, doable and possible for you.


So today,

I want to share with you the 3 most common reasons your business is not growing, and the simple steps to solving them.

Here’s how it works:

Reason 1: You're not getting enough traffic.

More often that not, “getting more eyeballs on your business” is the easiest way to grow any business.

Mostly because it doesn’t require a lot of skill in selling or marketing...

...but a simple and repeatable process that can be easily executed by a virtual assistant.

But problem I noticed through, is that most entrepreneurs have built many tiny and in-effective traffic sources that take a lot of time and energy…

…rather than investing in cracking 1-3 powerful traffic sources that are fully automated.

To fix this, ask yourself:

  • What is my best traffic source?
  • How can I optimize it to be more effective?
  • How can I systemize it to work (almost) without me?

I would always advice you to have 1 strong traffic source down, and then create another one.

Problem 2: You’re not capturing enough leads

Traffic is great, but once you have it you want to make sure you’re using it right:
Building a database of followers you can contact and sell to on a regular basis.

This can be:

  • Your email list
  • Your whatsapp contacts
  • Your Telegram contacts

It doesn’t matter, really.
Every business, industry, country and age group are different.

But as long as you’re not doing this regularly, your business will not grow as much as it can.

To fix this, make sure you:

  • Have a compelling free offer you give to people in exchange to joining your database.
  • Communicate with them regularly, building a your relationship and authority

Problem 3: You’re not promoting enough sales

Alright, let's talk about the elephant in the room: sales.

You can have all the traffic and leads in the world, but if you're not consistently putting offers in from of them, your business is not going to grow.

The most common issue I see is that many entrepreneurs are either:

  • Not selling enough,
  • Not selling what their people really want
  • Not selling in a way that creates desire for their offers.

To fix this, you will need to learn to sell through education,

in a way that feels good to you and that helps your prospects understand the value of what you’re offering them.

It’s a skill, yes, but one that will pay off forever.

To summarize:

There are 3 main problems that are preventing your business from growing:

  • You're not getting enough traffic.
  • You’re not capturing enough leads
  • You’re not promoting enough sales

Choose the one that stands in your way, right now, and create a process around it.

If you need any help, you know where to find me.


Love,
Nataliya.

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