It’s finally here, our special end-of-the-year “Where Are They Now?” AskPat episodes. I love doing this podcast because you can literally hear someone’s voice change when they come to a new discovery or insight. The thing is, I know I at least want to know what happens next. How did they apply the lessons they learned, and how did it work? What new challenges are they facing in their business?
For this episode, we’re checking in with Julia from TheTravelingTraveler.com. We heard from her back in Episode 1054 in February. At the time, she was looking for ways to build up and diversify her affiliate income. One suggestion I had was just to reach out to her partners and ask for a higher commission, and I was happy to hear in this conversation that it really was as simple as that. However, we also started talking about how she could build her own product and start selling for herself.
Since our conversation, Julia has built a six-and-a-half-hour long course to help physical therapists and nurses who want to travel and work at the same time. She’s followed the Will It Fly? (Amazon link) model and used beta testers to really let her customers guide her. She has something really great, but when it launched the response was a bit underwhelming.
In this episode, we walk through strategies for breaking up a big piece of content into smaller, more bite-sized chunks. We also talk about strategies for bundling and upselling to walk people from one module to the next. Finally, we cover the ins and outs of effectively managing your time when you’re working for yourself and working from home. It’s a jam-packed episode, and I think all of these Where Are They Now episodes are super exciting, so make sure you subscribe to catch all of them.
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