Today, I want you to start to get to know people who are already in your community! All too often, we’re focused on finding new people instead of building relationships with the ones who already know, like and trust us (are therefore already that much more ready to potentially buy from us!

Yes, you already have people in your community. You already have a tribe of people who want to hear from you, even if you don’t see or believe it yet.

Here are some places to look:
-Facebook group (yours or one you’re active in)
-Facebook friends
-LinkedIn connections
-Instagram followers
-Email list (if you’re further along in business)
-List of people you know (your warm personal market)

Who among them fits your ideal client profile or knows those who do? Who are you not sure about, but you like what you see of them and you’d love to connect and learn more?

Send them emails, reaching out! Offer them a free assessment call if they’re already in your group or on your list. Send them an email inviting them to personally connect on the phone & solve their biggest problem right now. For me, it’s my Next Right Step call, where I serve women who are feeling overwhelmed about what to do next to decide on a business idea, grow their business, or revitalize it so that they can make more money and get more freedom. I know that in this call, I’ll simplify and identify the next thing they need to do to grow their business now. What is it for you?

Remember, these people have RAISED THEIR HAND to say that they want to hear from you--are you willing to show up for them and connect one-on-one? If not, what do you need to put in place to be able to do so?

If you don’t know them well enough to feel comfortable doing that yet, then simply reach out for a connection. This will pay HUGE dividends as it exponentially increases your network (by connecting you to theirs), and can create future raving fans and referral sources!

Which one of these are you going to choose first to start sending emails to? Or, what questions do you have around this strategy?