If you have to spend all your time to get clients, the idea of building a client-getting faucet, with all of its individual pieces and parts, feels impossible.
You’re already using every spare hour of the day finding clients, serving them, caring for your family, and keeping yourself in good enough condition to do it all again tomorrow . . .
Even when you decide to put in some “overtime” and get started, eventually you hit a “roadblock” and get stuck.
Then you run out of spare time.
You have to default back to a different, faster method of client-getting . . .
. . . maybe cold outreach, or tapping your networks for referrals.
Then, a few new clients keep you busy, and the client-getting faucet goes on the back-burner.
Eventually you get up the time and grit to try it again.
But you come up on the very same roadblock that tripped you up last time.
Usually it’s something like . . .