Set Your Income Goals and Develop a Revenue Strategy
with Megan Auman
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01 The Gap Between Where You Are & Where You Want to Be07:20
About The Class
a realistic guide to developing your revenue strategy.
The funny thing about knowing how much money you want to make each month is that it becomes easier to earn it. Yes, really! What’s more, revenue goals give you something to work towards and help you keep your business on track. Learn how to develop a system for setting your goals in Set Your Income Goals and Develop a Revenue Strategy with Megan Auman.
In this class, you’ll learn how to set an overall annual revenue strategy based on month-to month-goals. Megan will show you how to develop revenue goals based on your:
- Production process and available time
- Pricing strategy and income streams
- Current customer base and audience
- Even if you haven’t started making money, Megan will help you develop realistic and achievable goals. You’ll learn how to develop a revenue strategy that is tailored to the way you do business and customized to reflect your product line.
If you want to earn a predictable income by selling your handmade goods, join Megan Auman for Set Your Income Goals and Develop a Revenue Strategy and learn the right way to develop your revenue goals.
The Gap Between Where You Are & Where You Want to Be07:20
Determine Your Big Audacious Revenue Goal08:33
What Determines Your Revenue Potential?09:29
How Many Hours Can You Devote to Your Business?05:07
Find Your Production Ceiling19:31
Find Your Production Ceiling: Student Example09:06
How Many Sales Do You Need to Make to Hit Your Production Ceiling?04:44
How Does Your Audience Size Affect Your Revenue?11:37
Audience Size: Student Example07:49
How Frequently Do You Sell to Your Audience?05:48
Promotional Calendar: Student Example07:30
How Does Your Budget Affect Your Revenue?07:38
Set Your Annual Revenue Goal09:32
Create a Revenue Tracking Document for the Next Year19:40
What Did You Do Today to Make Money?07:44
Megan Auman is a designer, metalsmith, educator, and entrepreneur who has built a multi-faceted business around her passion for great design and sustainable business. Her eponymous jewelry line is sold in stores across the US and online. Her designs have been featured in Design Sponge, Better Homes and Gardens, Cooking Light, and more. In 2009, Megan founded Designing an MBA to help designers and makers develop their business skills. Since then, she has created a number of successful e-courses, including Marketing for Makers, Wholesale Academy, and Do/Teach. She is a frequent speaker on pricing, wholesale, and business thinking for creatives. ... read moreSee instructor's Classes
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This was the best class I've taken regarding revenue growth! I've even taken "entrepreneurship" courses and this class was excellent: Megan makes the information palatable, the exercises are simple and she answers every question with ease and aplomb. If I could, I'd give it FOUR thumbs up. Thank you, Megan; I feel like I can take on any goal now with skill.
This was an AMAZING class! Watched twice today and needed to. So much to absorb but oh so worthy! Great way to start the year...can't wait to create my promotion calendar and move my business forward. Thanks @meganauman and Creative Live! Katherine Carey www.katherinecarey.com
Megan Auman is such a talented teacher -- she makes it easy to follow along and to work your way through the topic, which is not an easy one. Her workbook is also a great asset; I worked through it once before watching the course, and then while watching. All in all, a helpful resource, and I really hope CreativeLive will bring back Megan soon for more teaching.
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