Simply put, a partnership is where two or more people (or entities) join forces, so that together, they can take advantage of opportunities… that left to their own, neither party could ever get access to.
A perfect example of this is McDonalds and Chevron.
These two companies have joined forces, and the end result is the McChevron that has now become a common sight in many communities.
Since 1996, it’s been a marriage made in heaven, and both parties have profited enormously.
I too have been doing partnerships (on a smaller scale) since 2007.
In fact, partnerships have been a major source of new clients for me.
Chances are, if you’re a client, you originally heard of me because I formed a partnership with someone.
That someone, who you already knew and trusted, introduced you to me, and once you and I got to know each other, you decided that what I had to offer was a perfect match and fit for you.
As a result, you chose to invest in what I had to offer.
I know, I know… you’re probably thinking to yourself, “He sure is being awfully candid here”.
Well brace yourself, because I’m about to get MORE candid.
Because you chose to invest in what I was offering, the partner who originally introduced the two of us got compensated.
They got compensated anywhere from 25-50%.
And rightfully so.
Without their introduction, you and I never would have met.
It was a win-win-win situation for everyone involved, and it’s so humbling for me, knowing that I’m able to do business this way.
On a few occasions over the last 4 years, I’ve offered existing clients the opportunity to partner with me, but only on a very limited scale.
But come next week, that’s going to change.
If this is something that interests you, be sure to keep an eye out for the email I’ll be sending you on Monday morning.
In continuing with my effort of being completely open and candid, I’ll let you know right now that I’m going to accept a handful of new Strategic Business Partners next week.
Dedicated to your success,
“The Automatic Income Coach”