Episode #31. Have you ever gotten into a business model that just burns you out? Making the shift to a new model can be really difficult, especially if you’re making good money as it is. If you’ve followed Jill and the Screw the 9-5 brand, you know they’ve undergone some major shifts in their business. One of those is ditching a heavy, stress-filled model and going all in on affiliate marketing.
I’m so excited for you to listen to this conversation and learn more about creating a business that’s easy. Plus, Jill goes into affiliate marketing and the strategies she uses to succeed. If you’re ready to make the biggest impact you can doing something that lights you up, listen now!
In This Episode You’ll Learn:
- How Jill makes money without a single buy button on her website
- Why Jill dropped a successful membership to shift to something totally new
- The reason why starting a family was a huge catalyst for change in Jill’s business
- The only thing that really matters when you’re choosing a business model
- What key strategies Jill uses to grow a business with affiliate marketing
- How the mindset of business radically changes when you shift to affiliate marketing
- Why it’s okay to not have all the answers as a coach
- The reason why selling with affiliates can be easier than selling your own stuff
- How to actually love sales calls and never dread them again
“I don’t care what kind of business you start. I care that you have the guts to go for what you want in your life.”
“We don’t have anything to hold back anymore because we ain’t got anything to sell. We just give away our best stuff for free and that allows us to build attention and audience.”
“Allow it to be easy. It can make a stupid amount of money and be easy.”
More about Jill:
Jill Stanton is the co-founder of Screw The Nine To Five—her and her husband, Josh’s slice of the internet where they help transform unsatisfied employees into dangerously-successful entrepreneurs so they can work whenever they want from wherever they want!
She’s a new mom, has an inappropriate love for trashy tv and isn’t afraid of a tall glass of gin.