I Don't Want You to Go It Alone

When I left the monastery and started my tailoring company, I was on my own.

Quite literally: no longer did I have my brothers around, I also had to figure out my way in business on my own.

Which was tough, because not only was I completely unschooled in the world of marketing, I also had the dysfunctional opinion that marketing in any form was bad and evil.

The only help I had was a tailor in England, who told me that all I really needed to do was blog and hang out on the forums where wealthy people talked about clothing.

Well, that turned out to be insufficient. Grossly so.

I WISH I had had someone to guide me, that I could ask questions of, someone I could test ideas on.

And there was one friend, Jan-Willem, who wanted to help – but he was lightyears ahead of me in terms of marketing, and didn’t realise that his ‘hard marketing’ advise didn’t find any fertile soil in my mind.

And so I plodded on, spending money on things that I thought would bring me a return on investment, all the while watching my inheritance dwindle away.

I wish there had been someone to help me along.

But, that’s water under the bridge.

Point is, I don’t want you to be like me.

Don’t want you to make the mistakes I made.

Don’t want you to go it alone, don’t want you to suffer.

Instead, I want you to work your ass off, and I want you to succeed, in a big way.

And that’s exactly why LEAP subscribers get direct access to me, to ask me questions, as often as you want.

When you join the programme, you get email access to me every day.

Got a question? Send me an email.

Trying to decide which headline to use? Send me an email.

Created a new page and want some feedback? Click, email.

Not sure how to price your art? Email.

You get the picture.

I’m vested in the success of my subscribers, and that’s why I’m available as your back-office and advisor.

The caveat is that we need to be reasonable: One question per email, that way I can answer on the fly and serve all my

But any doubts or questions you have?

Ship it.

Another thing: exactly because we all struggle with questions, I’ve just decided to increase the initial consulting call from 20 minutes to a full hour.

So that if and when you’re good and ready to invest in your art business, you get the biggest boost I can possibly give you.

What’s that you say?

You’re ready to move up in the world of selling your art?

Well good then.

Here’s where you start –> http://martinstellar.com/leap-to-more-sales/



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