Six weeks can be defined differently to many people.
For instance, if you are asking someone to quarantine themselves at home without leaving the house, six weeks is a long time. But, if you’re asking someone if they think that it is possible to build a six-figure business in six weeks, they will be the first to tell you that six weeks is nowhere near enough time to do that.
However, this doesn’t answer the question: Is it possible to build a six-figure business in six weeks? The answer is yes, and many people have done it before. One example is Vix Reitano, who started a side hustle in May 2015 after wanting to get more money to buy more shoes, and found out that she had made enough money to drop her career in public relations to go freelancing full-time.
The question then becomes: How do you do it? Here are 4 key steps to help you build a six-figure business in six weeks.
1. Start a website
Your website is how your clients and customers will see you online. It is the face of your brand digitally. The more effort, funds and time you put into making your website, the more impressed your future clients and customers will be.
Having a website also makes you look more professional, thus increasing your credibility while giving you a business platform that can keep you connected with your current group of customers and clients, as well as future ones.
2. See yourself as a client
The biggest reason why many people feel tired and get burned out from running a business is because they don’t see themselves as a client.
But in order to succeed, you need to value your own time the same as you would the time of a client or a customer. This means putting the effort to break down just how much time you spent on your business every week, and build goals to maximise the profit you earn from all of the time that you spent on your business.
3. Add a personal touch to it
Having a personal touch to your business makes it easy for you to relate to others, and for them to relate to you. In some cases, it is essential.
For instance, if you are offering content writing services to your clients, you can focus on targeting start-ups and small businesses. Learn more about their industry, their business, background and what they offer. Do a little research into how you can produce and deliver personalised work instead of generalised content.
Long-term clients are the ones that truly feel like you care about them, and they are also the ones that are more likely to recommend you to others in their industry.
4. Understand your finances
When you are the owner of your own business, finance management is important. It can be difficult, gruesome and troubling, but if you can contact a firm offering accounting bookkeeping services, you can take the financial weight off of your shoulder.
At Ackenting Group, our role is to help your business with everything related to financials. We offer tax accounting services to help your business stay up to date on expenses and funds, and provide financial records so that you are always on top of your finances. Our role is to ensure that you make the best financial decision moving forward, and minimise the risk of loss so that your business can remain financially viable. We are here to guide you towards success, and we will work alongside you to make it happen.
The most important part of building a six-figure business is to begin today. Time may vary but the most important thing is your own journey as these lessons you pick up along the way will be useful for your business. Ensure that everything is planned ahead and seek a firm offering company incorporation services to get started.
If you require any assistance on accounting services, feel free to drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us at +65-66358767. At Ackenting Group, we offer a complimentary 30 minutes online consultation for us to better understand your business requirements.