Lack of a troubleshooting framework is likely the culprit.

Without it, you can feel like you’re completely guessing what you need to improve.

It’s not repeatable. And quite frankly, it’s pretty frustrating.

What I recommend is building a list of key points you can use to cross-reference your outreach with.

This removes the guesswork from how to incrementally improve your results. 

And makes the process more objective.

I share a framework called the Five Rights in episode 4 of #askjbay. This will give you a good foundation for building a troubleshooting framework.

Use it to improve your cold outreach efforts.

 

 

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