Ep 2: How To Tell Your Story In Two Sentences

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In This Episode

  • 00:56 – Why having non-conformist fire in your veins isn’t enough to succeed online… and what those who make the leap to successful entrepreneur have in common.
  • 02:26 – The one thing you must have if you want to call your own shots as a successful business owner
  • 02:54 – The “magic ingredient” that makes your solution the clear winner in your prospect’s eyes (and it has nothing to do with why yours is “better, cheaper or faster”)
  • 03:45 – How to win trust and have your prospect eager to buy whatever you’ve got… long before you even mention having something to sell.
  • 4:08 – A powerful 2-minute exercise you can do right now to perfect your ‘Rebel Yell’ message and gain the elusive clarity you need to take your business to the next level
  • 05:42 – How to perfect your “rebel yell” right now (grab a pen – this is responsible for untold fortunes)
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  • Mike Rogers
    Reply

    Kevin, great exercise on clarity!

    My Rebel Yell:

    My name is Mike and love Logistics but was fed up with small & medium size shippers not able to compete with their larger competitors. So I created a simple 3 step process that makes my clients more competitive and guarantees they’ll save money.

    • Kevin Rogers
      Reply

      Excellent, Mike.

      I wonder if we can get more angry in that frustration.

      …but was fed up with small & medium size shippers not able to compete with their larger competitors.

      “… but was fed up with small, but high-quality shippers getting crushed by larger competitors.” Now, your prospect can say, “Hell yeah, this guy gets it.”

  • Maureen
    Reply

    Thanks for this info, Kevin. As always, clear and concise. I also think of this as my “hell no!” story, like I’m not accepting the status quo, therefore my product.

  • Alan Nunez
    Reply

    That’s Kevin that is AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Here is the one I wrote:

    My Name is Alan Nunez, CEO & Founder of Pixel Partners and along with my co-host Greg Merrilees the Founder of Studio 1 Design we LOVE everything about DESIGN and working with small business owners but we were fed up with the rift between designers and business owners that make it hard to achieve design goals so we created The Real Magic design podcast that unpacks our decades of design experience to help business owners and designer work together to make design that is profitable!

    • Kevin Rogers
      Reply

      Nice, Alan. Glad you dig it. You’re a man of action!

      Try telling less in this format. Consider that every fact you share causes your reader/listener’s brain to work harder. What are the truly essential facts people need to know to understand who you are, what you do and why it will be of interest to them?

      • Alan Nunez
        Reply

        Thanks Kevin for the tip. I will work on this and see what I can trim.

  • SU71
    Reply

    Rebel yell

    My name is suti
    I love Korean culture and interacting with Koreans
    But was fed up with the expense and complication of moving to and living in Korea
    So I created a meeting service
    That allows Koreans to meet an American in the States and practice their English

    How is that rebel yell? Rawwwr. (((o(*゚▽゚*)o)))

    I will say this helped make clear what I want to do in the simplest and straightforward way.

  • Douglas
    Reply

    My name is Douglas Brown.
    I love helping managers who feel like their businesses are getting out of control.
    But I was fed up with only being able to help them one at a time under slow-moving low-bidder contracts.
    So I created “Managers’ Pit-Stop”, a short-term consulting service that allows managers to identify and implement the solutions they need the most at 1/5th of the time and cost they have been used to.
    =====
    That won’t be the final name. Now that I have a bit more clarity on what “it” is, I know it needs a name and I can start thinking about the branding. So thank you for that very valuable insight. Might be the best 8 minutes I’ve spent in a while! Business-wise, anyway.

    • Kevin Rogers
      Reply

      Very good, Douglas. Strive for more specificity in your description of the problem it solves. “Getting out of control” can mean many things. Dial in the message to reflect the thing you help them achieve most often and most effectively.

  • Barry Moore
    Reply

    Great stuff Kevin.
    My name is Barry Moore I love marketing automation, but was fed up with the lack of information and help around how to use it and how to get it setup, so i created TheActiveMarketer.com, a website and podcast that helps business owners create and setup automated lead generation systems that work for them 24/7.

  • Jerome
    Reply

    My name is Jerome. I have a deep interest in learning and quit my corporate 9-5 job and developed a quiz portal where high school students can decide where to go or not upon graduation. The name of the site; togoornot [dot]com

  • Ken Barrett
    Reply

    My name is Ken and I love the freedom that owning Laundromats provides me but I was fed up with the time it took to train employees so I created a course that shows each step to be a great attendant.

  • Rita Menezes
    Reply

    Thank you for this bit of inspiration, Kevin.

  • Rob Newman
    Reply

    Here’s my Rebel Yell!

    My name is Rob Newman
    I love helping businesses with e-commerce but I was fedup with only being able to help one business at a time
    so i created a training series inside a web based community where i could help 100’s of people at once for a fraction of the cost.

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