Getting Clients When You Have No Audience

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Last updated on September 26, 2023


Jasmine Ivy, discusses the importance of leveraging intuition for women entrepreneurs to achieve success. She addresses the common challenge of getting clients when you have no audience and emphasizes that this problem is solvable. Jasmine suggests focusing on creating clients from existing connections rather than solely seeking new ones. By providing value and building relationships with your current network, you can attract clients and referrals. This approach not only helps in the present but also prepares for future audience growth.

Many women entrepreneurs feel like they have no audience or struggle to get clients. She states that this is a solvable problem and offers to provide a solution. 

The solution  is to focus on creating clients from the existing network. She challenges the belief that having no audience means nobody is listening, pointing out that individuals often discount the people in their network who could potentially be clients or refer them to others. 

Jasmine encourages entrepreneurs to shift their mindset and recognize the value of their current network. She suggests providing value to the people in their network, starting conversations, listening to their problems, and creating reasons for their network to refer them. This approach aims to maximize the potential of the existing audience. 

Jasmine highlights the importance of focusing on what entrepreneurs have now rather than constantly seeking new audiences. She advises against solely fixating on building a brand new audience of unfamiliar people. Instead, she encourages entrepreneurs to make the most of the network they already have and to focus on creating value for them. 

Jasmine suggests a six-month period of focusing exclusively on the current network and providing value to them. This approach allows entrepreneurs to develop skills in marketing, selling, and relationship-building, which will be applicable even when they have a larger audience in the future. 

The brain is wired to resist growth because it perceives it as unsafe. She emphasizes the importance of challenging limiting beliefs and adopting high quality

Jasmine mentions her Women of Woo Mastermind program, which focuses on simplifying business and earning more money through an intuition-based process. She offers a free consultation to discuss how the program can help entrepreneurs apply the framework to their specific businesses. 


1. Consider incorporating intuition-based strategies into business practices. 

2. Explore the possibility of leveraging intuition to unlock the potential for money, clients, and fulfillment in business. 

3. Recognize the value of the current network and focus on providing value to them. 

4. Start conversations with the existing network and actively listen to their problems and challenges. 

5. Create reasons for the current network to refer potential clients. 

6. Challenge limiting beliefs and adopt high-quality thoughts that support growth and success. 

7. Explore the Women of Woo Mastermind program and consider booking a free consultation to discuss how it can help in simplifying business and earning more money. 

 Embrace the potential for success and keep an open mind to intuition-based approaches in business. 


About the author 
 Jasmine Ivy

I’m Jasmine Ivy.

I’m a spiritual teacher and the founder of Women of Woo. I’m passionate about helping women awaken to their callings and step into leadership within their industries. I’ve worked with thousands of entrepreneurs who want to lead and build their missions with a more spiritually-aligned business strategy -- and that’s my specialty.

Jasmine Ivy

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