Q&A Business University – augustus 2016

Welkom op de Q&A pagina van augustus 2016 in de maandelijkse Vraag & Antwoord serie waarin ik je help met het IMPLEMENTEREN van het materiaal van de trainingen van de Business University.

In deze zesde Q&A uit deze serie van 12, nodig ik je uit om de vragen te stellen die je hebt over Write Your Book, Master of Influence, Master Presenter en/of Passive Business Income.

Please ask your question(s) – in English – in the comment box below the page.

Stel jouw vragen alsjeblieft vóór 24 augustus 2016.

Maak gebruik van deze mogelijkheid!

Afhankelijk van de hoeveelheid en de aard van de vragen, zal ik mijn antwoorden geven in een video op deze pagina of via een directe reactie op jouw vraag in het commentaarveld hieronder.

Ik ben heel benieuwd hoe het gaat met implementeren van het materiaal van de Business University trainingen en welke brandende vragen je hebt.

Op jouw succes,

Nisandeh

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Max van den Berge
Max van den Berge
5 years ago

Dear Nishandeh,

Thank you for again a very interesting video course. I Really enjoyed it. So far I only had time to watch the Passive Business Income once, without taking notes.

I have a question on the duration of the material. It was a 3 day course of 9 hours if I’m correct. There were some assignments done by the participants. The length of the video of day 1 is 6:11 hours of day 2 2:53 hours and day 3 3:32. Could you help me understanding why there is such a differents of the duration?

I saw for instance at Q2 on min 3:42 something about pricing, comparison pricing, and there was a question about it. But I didn’t see this topic in the video. I know there is some info coming up form 2014, will the “missing” parts in this video?

Like to hear from you!

Greetz,
Max

Nisandeh Neta
Nisandeh Neta
5 years ago

Hi Max,

The recorded material is the whole course minus any processes or audience interaction (which is inaudible)…

The 2014 material has some very different topics, as the focus was only on one info product – the Continuity Program.

Hope that clarifies it, Nisandeh

Max van den Berge
Max van den Berge
5 years ago

Dear Nishandeh,

I have another question. You mentioned that you wrote a couple books. Some with your own name, others under a pseudonym. Since the course Write your book in 28 days, I thought of writing a book as well. What were the main reasons to publish a book under your own name and what are reasons to publish it under a pseudonym?

Like to hear from you!
Greetz,
Max

Nisandeh Neta
Nisandeh Neta
5 years ago

Hey Max,

You write under your own (professional) name – when the book is supposed to build your expert position.

Any other book, I would consider writing under a pseudonym – not to confuse potential clients or dilute your expert position.

Hope that helps, Nisandeh

Doret Schulkes
5 years ago

Hello Nisandeh
The text of my book is almost written and I have someone that will make it digital for me. But now the next steps:
– How can I find a good editor?
– En can you tell me also how I can find the best publisher for my book?
– What can I tell my mailinglist already? Or is it better to wait untill I know more about a publishing date etc?
Thanks for helping me again!

Nisandeh Neta
Nisandeh Neta
5 years ago
Reply to  Doret Schulkes

Alright Doret, one question at a time:

1. Good editor – ask for recommendations from other authors you like their books (often they will thank their editor in the ‘thank you’ page)

2. Good publisher – I assume in the Netherlands – look for publishers that publish SIMILAR books, contact them by phone, pitch the topic of your book and if they’re interested – they will invite you to a meeting.

In the meeting, after pitching the book again, tell them what you will do for them (how can you help them market/sell the book), and only then ask them what will they do for you.

If you have several meetings like that – pick up the one that you feel most confident that will give the book the boost it needs.

3. Your mailing list – you can involve them in the process from the first moment (including asking for feedback on content or writing… As well with feedback on cover design, title, and ideas for marketing.

Then give them an irresistible offer if they pre-order it…

Hope these help, Nisandeh

Doret Schulkes
5 years ago

Hello again,

I have a doubt about my Technology:
I told you in the course my Technology is DORET, so my first name. Is it approppriate to do?

Nisandeh Neta
Nisandeh Neta
5 years ago
Reply to  Doret Schulkes

Anything is appropriate, Doret, when it comes to technology…

I usually try to find a ‘power word’ that people can remember easily, and preferably connect to my topic/solution.

Although many great technologies has no meaning and can be hard to remember: NLP, TQM, MGSPI…

The only thing about using your name, is that people might get a sense of ego-driven business, which is great in some industries (e.g. Entertainment, sports, art…) and maybe not so great in other…

At the end… It’s your call… Nisandeh

Max van den Berge
Max van den Berge
5 years ago

Hello again,

I have a question about continuity program and how it goes with invoices. When they pay monthly an amount for instructional video’s or so, do I have to send them also monthly an invoice? Both to B2C and B2B. Because the B2B customer can take out the BTW. I’d like to hear from you.

Greetz,
Max

Nisandeh Neta
Nisandeh Neta
5 years ago

Hey Max,

This is a question for your bookkeeper/accountant.

It’s not my expertise…

Make it a great day, Nisandeh

Max van den Berge
Max van den Berge
5 years ago

Hello again,

One last question about passive income. For the Implementation Ninja you gave a ‘live long guarantee’ to watch those video’s. I was wondering what I have to do, to make a promise links that. Because as far as I know you’ll have toe pay Vimeo or another platform yearly an amount to make use of their services.

If I sell a programm once to some customers, Will IT in the end cost me money or I don’t sell enough programs? And what happens if I quit my business, how do I then keep that promise. I ‘d look forward to your answer. Greetz, Max

Nisandeh Neta
Nisandeh Neta
5 years ago

Great question, Max.

Whenever you offer a lifelong access to something, it’s mainly a way to handle a common buying objection (“I don’t have time to watch all this…”), basically communicating to your prospect… “Don’t Be overwhelm… If you can’t watch it all immediately, it will wait for you.”

99.9999999999% of your clients will not even remember about your product a year down the road… So They’re not really expecting you to keep the material available for them until they die.

However, if you do want to close your Vimeo account (for example) after a while, because the program wasn’t that successful, or you don’t want to carry on with it, simply contact all those who bought your program in the past, and offer them (as a ‘thank you’ for being your clients) the possibility to download the videos to their computer… Give them a month to do so, and then close your video account.

Make sense?

Make it a great day, Nisandeh