5 Ways to Use the NEW Social Audio App Wisdom to Grow Your BusinessNov 19, 2021
Now that we've talked about the basics, like setting up your profile and optimizing your bio, let's talk about how you can actually use Wisdom to grow your business. Social audio is one of the best (and quickest) ways to build know, like, and trust with your audience. So today we want to talk about five ways we're using Wisdom to help grow and scale our business!
The first, and probably most obvious way is by getting on the app and serving your audience. Just like Clubhouse, we've been able to grow multiple six-figure businesses off social audio apps ALONE because we do this one thing and we do it well.
We don't sell, we let the value we provide sell itself. So when you're getting on Wisdom, or any social audio app for that matter, make sure you are doing from a place of giving, not just selling, because people will see right through it.
The second thing is to practice ACTIVE LISTENING. Too often, and we are completely guilty of this, we listen only to respond, and in the process, we can miss vital points and key information in what people are saying.
Wisdom is a one-on-one conversation, which means that your listening skills have to be amazing in order to help people in the ways they need, build better relationships, and so on. If there is one skill that I'd tell everyone to practice, it'd be active listening.
The third tip goes hand in hand with the second one, and that's to ask great questions. The problem is, you can't do that if you're not listening, am I right? So make sure that you're really listening to what the person is saying so that when you ask a question, it blows them away.
Now, a little bit about how to ask questions. Rule number one, always ask open-ended questions. These illicit paragraph answers from people and gets them to open up far more than they will if you ask them a simple "yes" or "no" question. When getting ready to ask a question, simply run this through your head: who, what, where, when, and why. These are the foundation for a great question!
The fourth point revolves around paying attention to a certain metric, and that's mentorship coins. Now, I don't mean pay attention to them in a sense of, "OMG look how awesome I am and how much money I've made," but more from a standpoint of seeing what's resonating with your audience.
The more mentorship coins you receive from a talk, the more people came through, but more importantly, the longer they stayed in your talk. THAT'S VITAL! More mentorship coins mean people really resonated with what you had to say and the topic you were discussing. Fewer coins, not so much. So make sure that you're really paying attention to your mentorship coins.
The last point is something you hear all the time, but I still rarely see people doing it, and that's collaboration. If you meet someone in your room that you know you could collaborate with, then reach out to them after your talk! And do it quickly, that way the conversation is fresh in both your minds.
One plus one is never two, it's always more. So remember that we all need people to help lift us up and get us to where we need to go, and in that process, we get to help people with the gifts and talents we have as well. That's a true win-win scenario!
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