26 min

SNM156: The Secret to Bartering Your Business Serve No Master : Escape the 9-5, Fire Your Boss, Achieve Financial Freedom

    • Careers

You don’t need to spend a ton of money to get started with your business. Often you can simply exchange your time helping someone for access to the course, training, and software that you would struggle to afford right now.
What Do I Have That’s Valuable?

It’s easy to look at yourself and think that you have nothing to offer someone you admire online, but that would be a big mistake.
I can’t tell you how valuable help from the crowd is to me.
For every single book I write, I desperately need early readers and reviewers.
Just about anyone who leaves a review on Amazon gets an email from me.
And if you leave a video review, you’re almost guaranteed to get offered something more expensive for free.
You don’t have to do MASSIVE favors to get attention; the little stuff is often worth far more than you realize.
Use Your Strengths

There are many assets you possess that are unique and valuable.
Don’t approach someone where they are strong, approach where they are weak.
Would you offer a man, who owns a rocking chair factory one of your rocking chairs?
Of course not.
That’s his area of greatest strength.
A little creativity makes the barter process much, much easier.
Expand Your Network

The more you grow your social network, the more bartering opportunities that will come your way
The size of your network is just as important as the quality, find out how to leverage both on today’s episode…
Show Notes:

Key Points:
* You can buy courses/training without money
* Trade services you have for things you want
* Bigger networks are better for bartering
Resources Mentioned:
How to Make Video Reviews on Amazon
Books by Jonathan
Most other links can be found in my TOOLBOX

Send in your questions to podcast [at] servenomaster [dot] com
Sponsor:


You don’t need to spend a ton of money to get started with your business. Often you can simply exchange your time helping someone for access to the course, training, and software that you would struggle to afford right now.
What Do I Have That’s Valuable?

It’s easy to look at yourself and think that you have nothing to offer someone you admire online, but that would be a big mistake.
I can’t tell you how valuable help from the crowd is to me.
For every single book I write, I desperately need early readers and reviewers.
Just about anyone who leaves a review on Amazon gets an email from me.
And if you leave a video review, you’re almost guaranteed to get offered something more expensive for free.
You don’t have to do MASSIVE favors to get attention; the little stuff is often worth far more than you realize.
Use Your Strengths

There are many assets you possess that are unique and valuable.
Don’t approach someone where they are strong, approach where they are weak.
Would you offer a man, who owns a rocking chair factory one of your rocking chairs?
Of course not.
That’s his area of greatest strength.
A little creativity makes the barter process much, much easier.
Expand Your Network

The more you grow your social network, the more bartering opportunities that will come your way

You don’t need to spend a ton of money to get started with your business. Often you can simply exchange your time helping someone for access to the course, training, and software that you would struggle to afford right now.
What Do I Have That’s Valuable?

It’s easy to look at yourself and think that you have nothing to offer someone you admire online, but that would be a big mistake.
I can’t tell you how valuable help from the crowd is to me.
For every single book I write, I desperately need early readers and reviewers.
Just about anyone who leaves a review on Amazon gets an email from me.
And if you leave a video review, you’re almost guaranteed to get offered something more expensive for free.
You don’t have to do MASSIVE favors to get attention; the little stuff is often worth far more than you realize.
Use Your Strengths

There are many assets you possess that are unique and valuable.
Don’t approach someone where they are strong, approach where they are weak.
Would you offer a man, who owns a rocking chair factory one of your rocking chairs?
Of course not.
That’s his area of greatest strength.
A little creativity makes the barter process much, much easier.
Expand Your Network

The more you grow your social network, the more bartering opportunities that will come your way
The size of your network is just as important as the quality, find out how to leverage both on today’s episode…
Show Notes:

Key Points:
* You can buy courses/training without money
* Trade services you have for things you want
* Bigger networks are better for bartering
Resources Mentioned:
How to Make Video Reviews on Amazon
Books by Jonathan
Most other links can be found in my TOOLBOX

Send in your questions to podcast [at] servenomaster [dot] com
Sponsor:


You don’t need to spend a ton of money to get started with your business. Often you can simply exchange your time helping someone for access to the course, training, and software that you would struggle to afford right now.
What Do I Have That’s Valuable?

It’s easy to look at yourself and think that you have nothing to offer someone you admire online, but that would be a big mistake.
I can’t tell you how valuable help from the crowd is to me.
For every single book I write, I desperately need early readers and reviewers.
Just about anyone who leaves a review on Amazon gets an email from me.
And if you leave a video review, you’re almost guaranteed to get offered something more expensive for free.
You don’t have to do MASSIVE favors to get attention; the little stuff is often worth far more than you realize.
Use Your Strengths

There are many assets you possess that are unique and valuable.
Don’t approach someone where they are strong, approach where they are weak.
Would you offer a man, who owns a rocking chair factory one of your rocking chairs?
Of course not.
That’s his area of greatest strength.
A little creativity makes the barter process much, much easier.
Expand Your Network

The more you grow your social network, the more bartering opportunities that will come your way

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