I'll be outright honest and say that even if a method in a wso seems feasible, it's probably just a hyped up method that won't actually work. That guy Kenny cannon came out with a method called offline client infusion that tells us to go sell our services to salesman at car dealerships. I take action on almost everything I do and i can be honest when I say that his method is a total sham. His method works with OTHER salesman. People who need to sell themselves rather than cars.
Continuing on, I saw a lot of wsos about cold calling and getting prospects super easy. Here's my take on that.
Let's say you're at a club and you approach 20 okay looking women by buying them a drink, talking about yourself a bunch, and then trying to close the "number" rather than sale. You're instantly positioning yourself as uninteresting, of no value, and unattractive.
Next time you're at a club, you have women with you, you're dancing having a great time, and you notice that a lot of other girls are looking over at you... Because everyone is having such a good time in your group.
Which method would land the more attractive [client/woman]? cold calling (random approaching) or value-based positioning?
This is how you land $5k startup + $1.5k/month rather than $750-1000 gigs.