IMPORTANT NOTE: To access the LCC Method course via the links in the sidebar, you must first scroll down to the bottom of this page and click the green button "Take this Course". If you do not do this, whenever you click in the sidebar it will return you to this page (which can be confusing, and gets you nowhere).
If you need any assistance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
When you follow the magical LCC Method….
- Clients magically follow your process for buying, so you don’t have to follow their process for not buying
- You get paid for what you used to do for free
- Your prospects get converted into clients in the first meeting
To start learning and implementing The LCC Method, explore the modules and topics listed below (or on the left hand sidebar).
While you don't have to go in order, we recommend that you follow the sequence so you understand the foundation concepts before you jump into implementation and tactics.
Click the MARK COMPLETE button at the bottom of each page to record that you've gone through the contents of that page. Green dots in the course outline will make it easy to see what you've covered, and what remains for you to complete.
NOTE: The LCC Method was formerly called the "Slow Selling System", and you will see references to this name in some of the videos. The system works slowly and deliberately to build rapport and guide potential clients through a process of increasing engagement. Instead of presenting a proposal for a design contract after one or two meetings, The LCC Method teaches you to go step by step through a carefully constructed process that will ultimately win you more projects.
If you have any questions, please email email@example.com for assistance from our team.
Slack Discussion Workspace
You're invited to join the discussions with other AMI members in our Slack workspace. You get 3 months access to the SIX program Slack group (ami-six.slack.com) as part of your purchase of the LCC Method program.
You should have received instructions in one of your orientation emails.
If you haven't connected yet, simply visit archmarketing.org/six-slack and fill in your email address; you'll be sent an email with a link to set up your account.