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6 Things To Do After A "Failed" Launch — Ep. 155 Unstuck Entrepreneur

    • Entrepreneurship

You did the work and launched your paid offer out into the world and well…things didn’t quite go as planned. The numbers you were hoping for didn’t happen and now you’re feeling disappointed and confused and left wondering, what went wrong. And more importantly, does this mean your business is forever doomed? In this episode, I'm going to share with you the 6 things you need to do immediately after a launch gone wrong to turn it into a success so stay tuned.
“What I don’t want you to do is to think that because this launch didn’t go as planned, that means that you shouldn’t do it again.” - Shawn Mynar
“You have the most significant, helpful, important learning opportunity on your hands right now, literally everything you need to know to make your business a success in the long haul is in this launch that you just did.” - Shawn Mynar
“Most of what you have done in this launch, even if it didn’t go as planned, you will keep. You do not need to completely redo your launch, as I talked about, you’re building the momentum.” - Shawn Mynar
“Your product is your product, your service is your service. Your offer is your environment around your product or service that makes it very compelling.” - Shawn Mynar
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FULL EPISODE TRANSCRIPT BELOW:
0:01
You did the work and launched your paid offer out into the world. And well, things didn't quite go as planned. The numbers you were hoping for it didn't happen. And now you're feeling a little disappointed, a lot confused, and left wondering what went wrong? And more importantly, does this mean your business is forever doomed? What are you supposed to do now? In this episode, I'm going to share with you the six things you need to do immediately after a launch gone wrong, to turn it into a success. So stay tuned.
0:37
Hey, hey there, friends, and welcome back to the unstuck entrepreneur podcast. Thanks so much for being here for checking out this episode. And every episode that calls to you means so much to me to have you supporting this show. We are rounding out our series all about launching with this episode. And what better way to do that than to talk about when these launches, don't go as you hoped, when you have a quote, unquote, failed launch, I mean, sure, we can talk about what happens when your launch is a smashing success, and you totally over achieve your goals. But what fun would that be, let's instead talk about what to do when things go wrong in your launch, to turn it around not only for that launch, but for the launches in the future. And just to give you a little bit of background on where we've been in case, you've missed some of this series, the past four episodes is the fourth episode in this series have all been about launching. And by launching, I mean putting out your paid offer into the world for people to purchase, which is when you have a business, when someone buys what you're selling. Before you do that you have a hobby, when you start making money, you have a business. So launching is really important. If you think about any business that is out there in your world, they all have had some sort of launch like there's, you know, the ribbon cutting, if it's an actual brick and mortar business where people come out, and they actually legitimately cut a ribbon. And then there's usually some sort of party, maybe some sort of sale or something like that going on to really like bring attention and excitement to that brick and mortar business being open. Same thing is going to happen with your business, even if it is a service based business. If it is an online business, you still are going to have kind of that ribbon cutting ceremony. Every single time you put out a paid offer, you have an opportunity for someone to work with you. That is the case, if it is a one on one

You did the work and launched your paid offer out into the world and well…things didn’t quite go as planned. The numbers you were hoping for didn’t happen and now you’re feeling disappointed and confused and left wondering, what went wrong. And more importantly, does this mean your business is forever doomed? In this episode, I'm going to share with you the 6 things you need to do immediately after a launch gone wrong to turn it into a success so stay tuned.
“What I don’t want you to do is to think that because this launch didn’t go as planned, that means that you shouldn’t do it again.” - Shawn Mynar
“You have the most significant, helpful, important learning opportunity on your hands right now, literally everything you need to know to make your business a success in the long haul is in this launch that you just did.” - Shawn Mynar
“Most of what you have done in this launch, even if it didn’t go as planned, you will keep. You do not need to completely redo your launch, as I talked about, you’re building the momentum.” - Shawn Mynar
“Your product is your product, your service is your service. Your offer is your environment around your product or service that makes it very compelling.” - Shawn Mynar
FREE Signature Program Masterclass - shawnmynar.com/masterclasss Signature Program Bundle - shawnmynar.com/bundle
Instagram: @unstuckentrepreneur
FULL EPISODE TRANSCRIPT BELOW:
0:01
You did the work and launched your paid offer out into the world. And well, things didn't quite go as planned. The numbers you were hoping for it didn't happen. And now you're feeling a little disappointed, a lot confused, and left wondering what went wrong? And more importantly, does this mean your business is forever doomed? What are you supposed to do now? In this episode, I'm going to share with you the six things you need to do immediately after a launch gone wrong, to turn it into a success. So stay tuned.
0:37
Hey, hey there, friends, and welcome back to the unstuck entrepreneur podcast. Thanks so much for being here for checking out this episode. And every episode that calls to you means so much to me to have you supporting this show. We are rounding out our series all about launching with this episode. And what better way to do that than to talk about when these launches, don't go as you hoped, when you have a quote, unquote, failed launch, I mean, sure, we can talk about what happens when your launch is a smashing success, and you totally over achieve your goals. But what fun would that be, let's instead talk about what to do when things go wrong in your launch, to turn it around not only for that launch, but for the launches in the future. And just to give you a little bit of background on where we've been in case, you've missed some of this series, the past four episodes is the fourth episode in this series have all been about launching. And by launching, I mean putting out your paid offer into the world for people to purchase, which is when you have a business, when someone buys what you're selling. Before you do that you have a hobby, when you start making money, you have a business. So launching is really important. If you think about any business that is out there in your world, they all have had some sort of launch like there's, you know, the ribbon cutting, if it's an actual brick and mortar business where people come out, and they actually legitimately cut a ribbon. And then there's usually some sort of party, maybe some sort of sale or something like that going on to really like bring attention and excitement to that brick and mortar business being open. Same thing is going to happen with your business, even if it is a service based business. If it is an online business, you still are going to have kind of that ribbon cutting ceremony. Every single time you put out a paid offer, you have an opportunity for someone to work with you. That is the case, if it is a one on one

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