My Six-Figure Month

by Amanda Abella  - November 30, 2021

Today, I want to speak from my heart and give back and let you in on how we created six figures in sales revenue in just 90 short days! First, I want to be clear that these figures are based on sales contracts.

These sales contracted over a hundred thousand dollars, but this didn’t happen overnight. So I want to give you not only the basics but dive deeper into the details of how I made six figures in 30 days because I’m noticing in online spaces that people are not going deep enough to get results.

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Start with High Ticket Sales and Scalable Offers

I’m all about high ticket sales and scalable offers, right? So it’s not a secret that I spent two and a half years building out back systems, infrastructure and developing my team. I did this to spend 80 to 90% of my time generating revenue for my business.

And even though conversion rates are not what they used to be with online ads and ads have gotten more expensive, sales stay the same.

The hard part to building your business to scale is about learning all the bullshit that stands in the way of us making money. I have realized that your mindset and spiritual space make a big difference in being average and being wildly successful in business.

I’ve worked hard behind the scenes with myself and my team. Still, I’ve been shying away from talking about it publicly because, quite frankly, I did not want to because this is an internal fear. There are many people out here talking about mindset, manifesting, and spirituality. However, people are still not getting results because they don’t have strategy and sales skills.

In Persuade to Profit, I teach you how to build your business, scale, and manifest with a mindset and hard work. It would be a disservice if I did not talk about mindset and what we have internally.

Build a Vision for Your Business

Vision is critical because you need to know what you want out of your life to get there successfully. Everybody says they want money, success, and wealth, but what does that mean?

Even though many people say they want money, success, and wealth, they don’t have a target or goal they are shooting towards. So you need to have clarity because you need an end goal in mind. Once you understand what you want, create your vision around your goals. Then, you have a finish line to cross. This is extremely important, particularly when times get tough; you want to hold onto that vision to get you through those rough spots in your business.

Research and Take Action in Your Company

Many people spend too much time researching rather than deciding, committing, and executing. Not me. I move real fast, and so does my team.

Money likes decisiveness.

You have to commit to making money to accomplish your goals. This decision happens with your whole body. Next, you have to commit to the actions that will get you there. Period. Point blank.

Hire a Business Coach or Mentor to Shortcut to Your Success

Although it took me ten years to figure out cash flow, profits, payroll. If you’re committed to your business, you will be investing money multiple times – and that is a part of the game. So I invest in training for myself and my team and hire somebody to help me figure it out to get there faster.

Trade Time for Money

When it comes time to make investments, business owners get scared because they don’t know how to generate passive income. But, when you know how to sell, you know that there are options to generate revenue.

So, in that sense, you don’t have to be afraid of letting go of money because if you can sell, that money will come back to you.

The Importance of Having Boundaries in Business

The next item I want to point out is boundaries. We have firm boundaries in the business. We do not play with our clients because our boundaries are strong. I have found that for women, in particular, this subject tends to be a little hard for us because we’ve been taught to cater to everybody else and put ourselves last. We’ve been taught that if we put ourselves first, we’re selfish, and we’ve been taught that our value is in being, not being respected.

And then if we try to get respect, we’re called a bitch. Right? There’s a little bit more we have to deal with as women business owners.

Also, if you want to be successful, you can’t live your life for other people. So if we end up playing small, then we can’t live up to our potential and purpose because we’re afraid of what other people will think of us. How selfish is that? Honestly, when you think about it, how selfish is that?

Do Your Shadow Work

Shadow work is work that you do internally to correct negative and false mindsets to free yourself to become the successful business person you were meant to be. I’ve noticed that in working on myself to improve my business, shadow work translates to every area of your life.

I’ve done the internal work required to make six figures in a month. And I’ll continue making six figures in a month, and I’m going to keep expanding. I’m going to keep growing, and I’m going to keep taking it to a new level because that’s how I like to live and what I want for you.

Therefore, I highly recommend therapies, spiritual work, whatever process floats your boat to make you a better person – I highly recommend doing that internal work.

And I’ve interviewed a lot of people on this podcast. Many of which are very wealthy. I haven’t met a single one of them who doesn’t have some sort of spiritual practice, therapist, or mentor. Almost all of them have had a personal coach or professional to move them through emotional roadblocks.

Know that when you do the work, this shit’s hard because it takes courage to be vulnerable, admits your shortcomings, and work on them to make yourself a better person. It takes courage to stand for what you want and stand for your clients. Finally, it takes courage to do the work required to lead people.

You will come up against challenges and have moments where you’re like, ‘oh my God, what the fuck did I get myself into?’ You will come up against moments that make you uncomfortable.

We’ve doubled our revenue in 90 days. In two weeks we made more revenue than we did in the entire last quarter. I’ve also completed goals on rapid timelines. We’ve also had clients accomplish business goals in 90 days and achieve fast results.

Because when you’re focused on building a long-term, sustainable business, you need to be ready for the long game. A successful business isn’t built overnight. So to continue to be successful, you have to keep feeding and commit to your success.

Building Systems for the Long Game

I have systems for support, and I’ve invested in my systems to work effectively and efficiently. Remember, invest in your people, develop them, talk to them, find out what’s going on, find out what they want.

Building systems incorporate developing the team that works for you. And that is how you can build something that’s more sustainable. And the last part, I think the previous feature here, and this is coming because I’ve been privy to situations and stories, is

Business is a spiritual, mindset, and human experience game that is part of building a sustainable company, especially if you want to create a sustainable business with ethics and integrity.

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