Today I’m interviewing my good friend, Jordan Gill. Jordan is an Operations Consultant and Founder of Systems Saved Me, where she helps overworked entrepreneurs streamline their businesses.
Jordan started her business under a retainer model and quickly realized how unsustainable this was for her. She knew she had to find another way to bring revenue into her business in a way that was more aligned with her strengths and what she enjoys doing. That’s why she started offering intensives that she calls VIP Days.
She walks us through how she came to this realization and the hesitation she sees many other business owners face with this type of business model. She and I chat about her marketing practices and why she is a huge believer in creating strong, mutually beneficial referral partnerships. You’ll hear what you should consider if you are thinking about adding intensives to your service offerings and why you need to charge more for these services.
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.