At the end of Spider-Man: Homecoming, Tony Stark presented a shiny new spider suit and officially invites Peter Parker to join the Avenger team.
Peter turned it down because he just wants to take care of the little guys for now...
It's quite a smart decision.
While Peter has superhuman abilities, he's just a 15-year-old high-school kid. To be honest, he's not mentally ready for the major league yet.
Great power does come with great responsibility. One of that responsibility is to know how to use your power wisely.
This concept is even more crucial in the business world.
Every market is different. Every prospect has a different problem and requires a different solution. No one can be a perfect fit to solve them all.
Understanding how you're the best fit to serve saves both you AND your clients a lot of time, money, and hassle.
Back in the days when I was still an engineering consultant...
Our firm took on any and every possible project, regardless of types and sizes. I often found myself buried in projects that are way over my head.
A project that requires six firms, each with a team of four, to work simultaneously... I'll find myself being the only one assigned to the project.
Tell me this isn't a guaranteed plan for failure?!
So when I started my copywriting service, I've made it my principle to only take on projects that are a perfect fit for me... even if this means focusing on helping the little guys.
I'll say yes to only the ones that I can 100% confidently promise to help them get the best result - or else no project at all.
And your clients should expect no less from you.
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