I would imagine that if you want consistent, recurring revenue with this type of business where you offer services, then you’re looking for regulars and for ways to consistently acquire new clients. So some way of marketing your business (which is likely heavily reliant on marketing your spiritual persona, as people are looking for a person here as much as they are a tarot reading or whatever) to potential clients, and then good enough services to make people want to be repeat clients. This is likely partly how good your reading is, but also how much rapport you can build with the client, how well you connect, it’s like having a therapist. You want to be able to get along with and talk easily to your reader and confide in them while also receiving some good advice and another perspective.
A potential “go to market strategy” could be to offer initially lower prices than the competition as a “starter fee” and then say after like 3 readings the price returns to its normal higher level. That way you are more attractive when it comes to pricing and are more likely to get repeat business, but then after you develop a relationship you have the price increase to more long-term sustainable levels, which your good clients will be happy to pay for your unique, quality services.
Like any business, if you focus too hard on trying to bring in income right away immediately as fast as possible, that is not a mindset suitable for long-term success. If you focus on growth, you will achieve income increase. Try and wrap your mind around that if you haven’t already. If you get a job, you’ll get paid immediately and will pretty much always make that much. If you start a business, you may not get anything at first, but you open the potential to make more and to have the entrepreneurial lifestyle.
I would suggest doing the math, and then think about it for a bit. Would you rather get a job that makes you that much money for more time investment, or would you rather build a business, which may take less of your time ultimately but pays less money now, but which gives you about as much or more money in the long-term if you have the patience and persistence to grow it?
Not everyone is suited to the entrepreneurial lifestyle, but of the people I know, those who are tend to be very unsuited to the 8-8 (used to be 9-5, 8-8 is generous) job lifestyle, even if they are working that much on their business, and even if they are making less than they could in a regular job. It’s all about the mindset and how you want to spend and experience your time to make money.