Stacy Tuschl Solocast Episode 31


Episode 98: How to Build Personal Relationships, with Stacy Tuschl

Stacy Tuschl is a speaker, business coach, and the owner of The Academy of Performing Arts in Wisconsin. She is the author of the book “Is Your Business Worth Saving?” where she reveals proven strategies for pulling entrepreneurs out of a rut and launching them toward business success.

It has been a crazy week. My book launched on Tuesday, and I can’t wait to share more results with you next week.

Something that has played a huge role in my book launch is the relationships that I have built, so today we are going to talk about building relationships.

Some highlights include:

When my book launched, I created a list of over 100 people that I personally reached out to and asked for their support. I didn’t send them a mass email. I sent them each a real email directly from me. At minute 1:00, I talk about why this is a good strategy.

A way to save time with your email is what Gmail calls “canned responses.” At minute 3:00, I explain exactly what these are and what you should do to utilize them to their fullest potential.

When I hang up from a call with a potential coaching client, I immediately send them a follow-up email. This email contains a canned response with details that I send to every potential client, but I include specific things from our call to make this much more personal. (minute 5:00)

Don’t think that I am anti-email autoresponder. You absolutely have to have one. I send out something to my list every week and whenever I have something that I need my full list to know about. Take my book launch for example. At minute 7:00, I talk about how to use this kind of software effectively.

Facebook has been one of my top sources for networking. At minute 8:00, I share several tips for how to use Facebook to build relationships.

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