In this episode, let’s talk about business models. What is the right type of business model for you to use in your own consulting business?
These days, I see advertisements all over the web and even in workshops and in seminars, of people talking about the “best” business model.
That you should be selling high ticket offers or you should be doing products or setting up passive income streams, or jumping on webinars or podcasts or Instagram or Pinterest.
All these latest ideas and models that people are presenting to you can get a consultant quite confused.
Depending on what your income and revenue goals are, that will influence what type of model, strategy, approach and tactics you use.
You can feel overwhelmed wondering, “Is this the right business model for me?” And because they often do such a good job of marketing the idea to you, you get excited about it.
I want to offer you the idea that you should just take a minute and step back. Cool off.
Find Your Model
It’s really important that you ensure that the model that you are using is the right model for you and your business.
- What type of business do you want to have?
- What size company do you want to create?
- Do you want to be a solo consultant or an independent consultant?
- Do you want to have a consulting firm that has two, three, four, five employees, or do you want a firm that has 10 or 20 or 50 or 100 employees?