Welcome back to the Healthpreneur podcast! On today’s episode, I’m going to talk about why some offers work well – and why some just don’t. You see, there are tons of businesses out there offering tons of stuff, and really, all of it could sell.

But it’s all in the packaging. The offer. Someone must see the offer and feel the need to have what it is you’re offering. In other words, the door needs to look appealing enough to open. Otherwise, they’ll never see what’s inside.

The trick to having an offer that works is having a hook that is specific and relatable. It can’t be ambiguous. It’s got to be back and white. Tune in to hear how to hook your audience and make your offer more effective than ever.

In This Episode I discuss:

01:00 – 02:30 – My biggest takeaway from our last Luminaries Mastermind

02:30 – 05:00 – What business boils down to and some examples

05:00 – 09:30 – The door to the kingdom analogy and a client example

09:30 – 10:30 – How we help you get your clients to understand exactly what you offer

10:30 – 16:00 – A call to action for anyone who wants more business


Hey, guys. How’s it going? Yuri here and welcome back to the show. In today’s episode, I want to share with you a really cool takeaway that I got. It really hit home for me after our last mastermind, our Luminaries Mastermind, in Tampa, which was a couple weeks ago now. This is a theme that has come up over and over again that really hit me in Tampa.

My biggest takeaway from our last Luminaries Mastermind

Have you ever asked yourself why is it that some offers work really, really well and others just don’t?

You put this page up. You put this offer up. When I say offer, I’m essentially saying when you’re looking to get people to opt-in or sell something. That’s what an offer is. You’re making an offer for someone to do something, right? With that offer inherently comes a promise. If you click on this button, you’re going to go to this page, which is going to show you some stuff. That’s a promise. That’s an offer. On that page, if you’re selling something directly, they’re going to click the buy now button. That is going to be entailed in some type of offer. When you get started now, you’re going to hit this and this promise and this outcome. That’s essentially what an offer is.

But not everyone is very good at making offers.  One of the weird things about business is that you look at people who had a lot of success and you’re trying to figure out like what is different about them? Okay. Are they persistent? Do they have more charm? Do they have a better product? A lot of that stuff can be true, but at the end of the day, what it really boils down to is you need to have an offer that is so compelling for your audience that they have to have it. The way most people present their offers just doesn’t do that justice. As an example, let me ask you this, if I were to say, hey, do you want to get fit? Okay, cool. Sure, I want to get fit.

What business boils down to and some examples

Now, let me ask you a second question, what does fit mean to you? What does getting fit mean to you? What does it look like to you? Now, as you answer that, I can promise you that somebody else who’s listening or watching this is thinking something different. For them, it might mean lose 10 pounds, put on 10 pounds, compete in a triathlon. Getting fit is a very vague and ambiguous outcome. Let’s look at another example. I help you lose weight. Okay, great. Well, what does lose weight mean? What does it mean to you? Does it mean the same thing to you as it does to somebody else? Probably not.

This is where people run into trouble and this is something I’ve been thinking a lot about the last couple weeks is for me it’s very easy to see this kind of stuff when a client comes and presents their offer or their headline, their thing. The challenge is that you only know what you know. You can’t see things you’re not aware of. But once you look at things through this type of filter, we actually put together a whole new worksheet for our clients called The Promise Amplifier, which is essentially a way to amplify your promise so that it becomes so much more compelling for your audience.

Now, I’m not going to go through the whole thing because obviously that wouldn’t be fair to my clients who pay us good money to help them, but I do want to give you a couple nuances. The big mistake that people make is they don’t even know they’re making the mistake, right? That’s the challenging thing. That’s the challenging thing of doing things on your own is that you don’t know your blind spots, is you put out a headline, you put out a message, and you think it’s like the best thing ever because you’re so in love with your program. But guess what? Nobody sees that. No one sees behind … Think about it this way. Let’s say that you have … Let’s just use the example of a room in your house.

The door to the kingdom analogy and a client example

Inside your room you have this amazing kingdom of magic that happens, but the problem is that the door is closed and people can’t see into the kingdom. What you have to do is you need to paint that door with some type of spectacle or some type of message that is going to get people so excited to open the door that they’re going to do it. Because the challenge is what most people are not willing to do is open the door because they’re afraid that what’s on the other side is not really what they want. This is the challenge that you know roughly what you want to tell people. You roughly know what your message is. You just don’t know how to articulate it properly.

I’ve seen … Because I’ve been doing this for a long time since 2006. The only reason I’m sharing this is because I’ve failed like a thousand more times than I’ve succeeded. Okay? I’ll be very honest. I’ve had so many offers that have flopped. I’m like this is going to be the best thing ever and then like crickets. Okay. Well, let’s try this next thing. It’s going to be the best thing ever and then crickets. Why? Well, it took me a long time to figure this out, but it comes down to what is the messaging and what is the offer. If your offer is really vague and ambiguous and it could mean a lot of different things to different people, you’re going to have a tough time getting people to take action.

We use the examples like getting fit, losing weight, feeling better. Those are really, really commonly used terms. The problem is that I think a lot of this comes from big brand advertising, right? Where a lot of those general terms are used, right? Like lose weight, feel better. Great. That’s a great tagline. What the hell does that mean though? I want to really challenge you to think deeper beyond that. How do you make lose weight concrete? It’s like when someone sees your offer, they know exactly what that means. It means one thing to everybody. At our mastermind in Tampa, I’ll just give you one … I’ll give you two examples. One of our clients had … Her landing page was doing like okay.

When I say landing page, I mean she’s driving Facebook ads to a page that people landed on from clicking on the ad and they would register for her webinar. Her webinar is amazing. She’s getting people on the phone for like 25-30 bucks, which is crazy amazing. The challenge was how do we improve the conversions on her landing page, and if we could double her conversions, then her cost per call booked almost goes in half, which is a major breakthrough. We looked at her headline and there’s a lot of words in there that talked about get toned, lose weight. Again, a lot of these very ambiguous terms. We started talking about, okay, who’s your perfect clients, all these kind of stuff.

One of the things that popped out of her mouth was helping women lose the last 10 pounds. I asked her. I’m like, “Out of all the women you’ve spoken to and served, is this the major thing they want solved?” It was almost like 100% yes. I said that’s the hook. That’s the angle you have to take. You have to tell people this is the program to help you lose the last 10 pounds because losing weight is ambiguous. Losing the last 10 pounds it’s black and white, right? It happened or didn’t. It’s the same thing for everyone. Okay? Do you understand that? Losing the last 10 pounds means the same thing to everybody. There’s not multiple meanings. It’s one meaning. With that, we were able to recraft a more compelling headline.

I got to check back with her because I think it’s probably doing a lot better. Another client helps new moms lose weight, right? Get back into shape and so forth. Again, we started talking about this whole ambiguous like what does get back in shape mean? What does that look like? It looks like this for one person. It’s something completely different for another person. We needed a way to make it more tangible, more concrete, more black and white. She talked about skinny jeans. I’m like, “Oh, perfect. You help new moms get back into their skinny jeans.” Done. Black and white, right? You either get back into the skinny jeans or you don’t, right? It doesn’t mean multiple different things.

How we help you get your clients to understand exactly what you offer

This is the big, big lesson that I want to leave you here with is that listen, if you are trying to figure things out in terms of crafting offers and writing headlines and … Let me just preface this by saying we don’t spend a lot of time doing copy, right? We’ve got copy coaches on our team that help our clients with … Here’s the extent of the copy, okay? You’ve got a couple Facebook ads, which by the way, we give you templates for. You have a page people land on to register for your webinar, which has a headline. Okay? That’s it. That’s the extent of the copy. Then inside your webinar, you have a couple words on every slide. That’s it. Okay? There’s no long sales pages.

There’s no convoluted funnels. None of that stuff. But with that said, the limited amount of copy you do use needs to be powerful. That’s why we spend a lot of time with our clients really helping them understand this. Because you could have the best program in the world and be able to change people’s lives, but if they don’t get what you’re offering, if it doesn’t mean anything to them, they’re not going to take action. Here’s the deal. If you want help with this stuff and … Again, you need help with this. I don’t even know you, but you need help with this. Unless you’re this unbelievably sophisticated and experienced marketer, which most people are not, you need help with this.

The challenge is you don’t even recognize this. Let me ask you this, is what you’re doing producing the results that you want? Are you getting a constant stream of new leads and clients? When I say constant stream, I’m talking about a problem of I have too many clients. I can’t handle the number of clients that are coming in my door. If you don’t have that problem, then you have an offer problem. That’s it. Because you need to put something out there that is so compelling. I mean if you’re selling a product or a course or a coaching that’s not converting, you have a messaging and offer problem. You are putting something in front of people that they don’t care about.

That’s really what it comes down to. It’s not that you have to redo your whole program. You just have to repackage it. You have to put a bow around it. You’ve got to change the wrapping paper and that’s where we work our magic with our clients.

A call to action for anyone who wants more business

I talked about our Tampa mastermind in February. Our next mastermind is in Toronto June 26th, 27th and 28th. Now, the 28th is only for our mastermind clients.

But listen, if you’re somebody who is not a client of ours and you want to sit in for two days and have us really help you dial in what I call the million dollar model, which is going to help you do much more predictable prospecting, predictable meaning you’re not trolling Facebook groups, you’re not knocking on people’s doors, you’ve got a predictable way of getting people into your door, very different, if you like, if you’d like to learn how to teach to sell, if you’d like to learn how to ask and assess instead of tell and impress, and if you’d like to learn how to coach to close, that is the framework of the million dollar model.

It’s a very simple process that’s going to help you build the foundation of your business that can take it to six figures, seven figures and beyond. That’s what I’m going to be sharing with you on day one of our mastermind in Toronto. On day two, you’ll be able to sit in with our existing clients and get some really cool next level strategies and be surrounded by some people doing some big things. If you’re interested in doing that, we’ve got about 25 spots I think that we’re opening up for non-clients to sit in and experience this for the two days. If that is of interest to you and you’re … I don’t care where you live because there are these things called airplanes.

Okay? It’s hilarious. I get people like, “Oh, if it was only closer.” I’m like, “Dude, you have an airport close to you. Come on. Let’s get real.” It’s obviously not that big of a deal. It’s not that big of a problem you’re dealing with to jump on an airplane and be in a group where you’re getting some high level help. If you’re in a point in your business and in your journey where you know that what you’re doing is just not working, you just have to be honest with yourself about that.

If you want to learn more about what we’re doing in Toronto and if you will qualify to sit in with us for the two days, then here’s the website I want you to go to right now, healthpreneurgroup.com/2day, like the number two, day, D-A-Y. 2, as in the number two, not spelt out, but just type the number two, and then D-A-Y.

That’s going to give you a full breakdown of what we’re doing at our Luminaries Mastermind. We’re opening up about 20-25 spots for non-clients to sit in and experience this. I’ll be very honest with you. I mean like they’re going to get some amazing stuff in two days, and we will let you know if you’re the right fit how we can move to the next level together.

If you don’t want to hear that, that’s totally fine. You can leave the room, but it’s not a two day sales pitch. Okay? I don’t run my events like that. If you’ve ever been to any of our stuff, you can know that’s the case, but we do give the opportunity for some people to move to the next level with us because they just see so much value in how we can help their business.

If you’re at a point now where you just need some help and you need someone else’s eyes on your stuff and to really build a solid foundation on what you’re doing, then go to healthpreneurgroup.com/2day. Fill up the application and we will get back to you within about 24 hours after reviewing it.

Okay? That’s the deal. I hope this episode has found well. I hope it make sense. Remember, nothing happens until people see a must in your solution. Craft your offers and craft your messaging in such a way where people feel compelled to take action. I’ll see you soon. Hey, thanks so much for joining us on this episode of the Healthpreneur Podcast. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, here’s what I’d like you to do right now. If you haven’t done so already, please subscribe to the Healthpreneur Podcast on iTunes. While you’re there, leave us a rating or review. It helps us get in front of more people and change more lives.

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In the last episode, I shared with you three big lessons I’ve learned about advertising on LinkedIn. 

We’ve had incredible success on Facebook. We could stay on Facebook forever. But, when I was on LinkedIn while ago, I saw I could advertise there. So, I decided to try it out. We’ve been running ads on LinkedIn for the past two weeks and I’ve learned three valuable lessons.

One, LinkedIn isn’t for beginners. Two, there are some serious limitations on LinkedIn that don’t exist on Facebook. Third, you’ve got to be ready to lose money. Wait…what?

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