In this episode of the IT Experts Podcast – Break Fix Edition, I want to help you generate more sales, build a more successful and a more profitable IT & MSP business by helping you to STOP SELLING THE TECH IN YOUR MSP!
I love to work in a collaborative manner with the members of the IT Experts community, but sometimes we need a bit of “Tough Love!
In this episode, I am telling you frankly to stop selling the tech in your MSP and check out this short sharp blast on what you should do instead and more importantly how to change your messaging to help resonate with your target market better
To begin with, I highlighted that not all MSPs are the same though they do the same function, just like business coaches!
I want to get you thinking about the business outcomes that you’re fixing, solving and providing to your clients rather than the tech, because most times, as a techie business owner, we forget that.
I cover some key points because no one cares about the type of tech, they just want it to work.
Remember that your experiences with working with your target market is the key.
Create your own way, stop selling the tech in your MSP and start selling the BUSINESS outcomes.
I hope you enjoyed this short and sharp break fix episode, a bit of a rant but justified.
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Until next time, you look after yourself and I’ll catch up with you soon!