Today, Casey recaps an Instagram live that she did with Jordan Gill in November of 2020. Jordan shared some great insights into the power of VIP Days in service based business and how they can help to scale a business.
Jordan and Casey get into the ins and outs of this business model, scaling your business, and the legal side of this type of service. So, if you have been thinking about implementing this type of offering, you don’t want to miss this episode!
Meet our Guest
Jordan Gill, operations consultant and founder of Systems Saved Me, helps overworked one-woman shows become streamlined solopreneurs. Her jam is creating a cohesive operating system for managing your tasks, files and inbox. She’s been on podcasts like What Works and CEO Vibes sharing her love of replacing monthly retainers with one day virtual intensives. She currently lives in Dallas TX with her cavapoo Vivienne and collection of 1,000 piece jigsaw puzzles.
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[1:20] – A little background on this interview and the benefits of implementing VIP Days in your service based business.
[7:40] – The IG live replay starts.
[8:54] – Jordan introduces herself and talks a little about how she got started with VIP Days and what they are.
[13:32] – Casey asks Jordan how implementing VIP Days has changed her business and wiped out burnout.
[15:50] – Jordan asks how Virtual VIP Days are different from in person VIP Days.
[18:24] – Jordan shared the three types of VIP Days.
[23:20] – Casey asks Jordan why it’s important to have a contract for the VIP Day business model.
[28:30] – Jordan shares a VIP Day experience that shook her and highlighted the need for a contract.
[35:32] – Casey asks Jordan about the systems that need to be in place before you start offering VIP Days.
[37:50] – Jordan shared some VIP Day conversion killers.
[43:10] – Jordan closes out by sharing how she has marketed her VIP Days without sales pages.
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Meet our Host
Casey is an entertainment and digital media law attorney who helps influencers and creative entrepreneurs who struggle with navigating the legal side of their businesses and brands, specifically as it relates to contracts. She prides herself on helping creatives negotiate fair deals with Fortune 500 companies and leading entertainment brands, all while helping them build legally sound businesses that are built for generational wealth and impact. Here on the podcast, she normally does that through sharing the stories of successful entrepreneurs and influencers to help you learn from their mistakes. But occasionally, like today, switches things up and highlights popular culture.