Jack Butcher

Jack Butcher quotes on sales

Unemployed. Built @visualizevalue, building @value.

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1. Find a problem 2. Tell a story 3. Sell a service 4. Deliver a result 5. Build a product

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Marketing = Asking Sales = Answering

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Build until you can sell once, iterate until you can sell twice.

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How to build a good business: Build an awful business. How to write well: Write terribly. How to sell well: Sell badly. If you won’t tolerate bad, you can't get good.

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Sell time to buy experience. Sell experience to buy time.

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Sell your time to yourself. Sell the product of your time to everyone else.

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Build things that help people build things. Sell things that help people sell things.

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How to make selling easier: Build something you believe in.

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Building is getting easier, selling is getting harder.

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Learn to sell, sell to learn.

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Most people sell their expertise to the market indirectly by selling their time to a business they don't own. Build products and cut out the middle man.

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Wealth acquisition: Build once, sell twice. Wealth preservation: Buy once, earn twice.

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The most difficult thing to realize about running a business: No matter how good your product, and how happy your customers, the day you stop selling is the day you start dying. The myth that you can win without selling every day is a dangerous one.

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Selling time is a linear pursuit. Selling value is an exponential pursuit.

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How to take the ceiling off your income: Build something you can sell twice.

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The most enjoyable way to make a living is to build and sell things you believe in.

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To make money faster, sell to sellers.

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Selling information is easy, obtaining information worth selling is hard.

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Build once, sell twice.

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Build the product, productize the process. Sell both.

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Don't figure out how to sell, figure out how to help.

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Don’t be afraid of sounding obvious. Obvious sells.

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If no one is buying what you're selling, it's your fault.

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Communication is a force multiplier. Improve to: - Build better - Sell better

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How to think differently about sales: If you don't sell your ability, someone else has to. You're dependent on sales whether you like it or not.

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Sell earlier, build better.

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Build once, sell twice.

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Record once, stream twice. Write once, publish twice. Build once, sell twice.

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Information arbitrage: Sell what you know for less than it cost you to aquire it. Use digital tools to remove the requirement for your physical presence to teach it. Once you figure this out, the more you learn, the more you earn.

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Build it once, sell it twice.

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Servitude: Build once, sell once. Freedom: Build once, sell twice.

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Let the building do the selling.

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Increase your exposure to upside by directing your finite energy into infinite mediums. Build once, sell twice. Record once, play twice. Write once, publish twice.

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The better you get at selling, the more resources you get to build.

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Selling information is an arbitrage equation: You've spent massive amounts of time, energy, and effort accruing experience. You record it once, and offer it for sale at a miniscule fraction of what you "paid" to learn it. Bargain for customers. Then you sell it 10,000 times.

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