How she got an investor to ask HER if she needed money.

Apr 18, 2022

It's the story we all dream about.

In it, we don't have to ask anyone for money. No emails.  No texts. No phone calls "selling" our art or our dreams.

In this story, people just ask us if they can invest.  

Wouldn't that be nice? Not having to do the "raise money" part?  

Sounds like heaven to me!  :-)  Wouldn’t you be a much better Writer, Producer, etc. if raising the money was easier? And it just happened?  

Well, for one of our recent NextStage members, this dream became a reality.  

After using a few simple strategies, this TheaterMaker got an investor to say the words, "Do you need money?"

Guess what she said next?  :-)

 This doesn't happen all the time. Don't let anyone tell you that this is the norm.

But there is a method to make investors WANT to invest with you more often. And yes, even volunteer it. I've had investors tell them they want to invest six figures or more . . . without me ever having to ask the question.

And it isn't as complicated or scary as you'd think. 

The first part is easy.  

You MUST recognize that money isn't random. It's a system and process. And the sooner you learn that system, put a plan in place, and commit to the process, well, the sooner your show will get on a stage. Period.

If you want to hear more about this system, and the other systems we have to help you get your show up on a stage, click here. We'll tell you about NextStage and decide if it's something for you or not.  

This client? Who raised that money without asking? To be honest, she wasn’t sure it was right for her when she started. But she took a leap. We gave her an opportunity to check it out without risking anything. And now? She said . . . 

“Thank you. . . seems hardly enough.”

Click here and we’ll see how we can make the same thing happen for you.

In the meantime, I wish you lots of investors offering investments to you without you asking!  :-) 

Click here.



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