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I have a question for you regarding ideal clients. How can you attract ideal clients?
Now, this is a challenging issue, isn’t it? We often think, “The clients we currently have are not good enough, we need better ones,” and so on. But the truth is, we attract people into our lives who resonate with who we are, how we present ourselves, and our internal strengths and weaknesses. Generally, things are aligned. So, if you want to attract better clients, you need to elevate yourself first. Become the ideal service provider or product that aligns with the standards, values, and expectations of the clients you want to work with.
It’s unrealistic to expect that you will attract much larger clients than you can handle. They will quickly notice that there isn’t enough substance or experience in what you offer and that the quality falls short. They won’t choose you, I can assure you. I’ve faced numerous challenges with this in different parts of the world, and the same rule applies everywhere. If you want better clients, elevate yourself first, and then the right people will come your way.
Of course, you need to strategize how to get your foot in the door. But it’s important to understand that gaining entry is one thing; building, maintaining, and nurturing a long-term relationship with a client is a whole different ballgame. You can only achieve that with people who are on a similar wavelength or slightly ahead of you. Going beyond that becomes difficult to sustain, as we can call it, a shared understanding, for an extended period if you haven’t reached that level yourself.
So, begin with yourself. Take a look at the Bloomerang Light game, designed specifically to help you consistently improve and grow. It’s a valuable resource that I believe will benefit many people. So stay tuned, follow the Bloomerang game, and I’ll be back with you later.
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