There’s two ways to succeed in business, we’d like to help you take the faster route
Alright, I know you’re already familiar with my method, so I’ll cut straight to the chase:
I’d like to help you shave AT LEAST 6-12 months off your learning curve, and no, that number isn’t cherry picked either.
I could explain this in a few different ways, but in short, information generally isn’t the (complete) answer to reaching your dreams. Don’t take that the wrong way either, it’s important, but it’s also not the only thing you need to succeed. This is the same reason why most online courses fail terribly today:
Or take a look how much free information is out there on Google, YOUTUBE…etc., but somehow all that information doesn’t make any success for majority.
And not something I fully understood, until about 3 months ago, when I started looking into this concept a little more. To be honest with you, I did this because I wanted to start my own online course, but then I began to find some disturbing information. I’m not just talking about all the shady business practices either, I’m talking about the crazy low success rates that are considered “good”.
As with everything, it differs depending on industries, but a general average is 5%. That’s right, if a course owner has a 5% success rate, that’s considered good. Crazy right?
I sure thought so, and after seeing this, I had to dig in more. I honestly couldn’t understand how that number could be true, so after that, I began reaching out to “success stories”. Found their testimonials on sales pages, reached out to see what made them different, they all said the same thing:
“We just didn’t give up. They didn’t allowed us to give up”.
In other words, 95% of people gave up within the first 6 months, mainly because they weren’t sure if they were on the right path or not and they were no one who pushed them for that success. I honestly don’t blame them either, who wants to waste all their time and energy on something that might not work? Nobody.
Anyway, after seeing this, I started to think about how I could help people get around this mess. Searched high and low after that, not really finding the answer I was looking for, until one day when I connected with a guy who told me what I needed to hear:
“There’s only two ways to reach your goal, time or money”
Said differently, with all the information out there today, you really don’t have to pay for it. Sure, a “packaged” course is probably better than reading blogs, but I’m not sure it’s worth a $997 price tag either. Due to this, you really have everything you need to get started, but the hard part after that is just staying on the right track.
As with everything in life, information is one thing, but experience is another. I mean, if information is all we needed, nobody would be broke. We’d all be multi-millionaires who drive lambos, but that’s obviously not the case.
And why is that? Because you never fully understand something unless you experience it (a few times), and that experience can get pretty lonely. I can’t even tell you how many times I’ve talked to entrepreneurs who didn’t make a dollar for their first 12 months, and the crazy part, is that they usually worked like 14 hour weeks before they reached that point. Reason for this? Because they were getting the needed experience.
Now if this is a path you want to take, it’s honestly not a big deal. I know some people like to figure things out on their own, and as long as you have a stable source of income coming in right now (i.e. job), then it’s not a life or death situation. As long as you follow the advice I gave you on the last page, then you will eventually reach your goals, just might take a little bit. Something to keep in mind, because I don’t want you to give up after 3 months.
On the other hand, as I alluded to earlier, the other resource you can use is money. At the surface, using this resource is scary, but not for “logical” reasons either. If anything, it dates back to the scarcity brains we had centuries ago, where we had to conserve resources to survive. Not going to get into too much on that now, as it’s crazy science that takes a long time to understand, but let’s just say most people look at it the wrong way.
To give you a quick example of this, let’s say your goal was to make $10K/month. Depending on where you’re at on the experience level now, it’s probably going to take 6-12 months before you’ll reach that point. Sure, there’s some exceptions, but 95% of people fall within this range.
From there, you’ll likely make some money along the way, but you’ll also spend a lot of money as well. From ads to testing products, it’s not going to be free. With that said, we’ll be nice and assume it’s a net zero effect, meaning you’re essentially breaking even for 12 months (again, just being nice).
That’s option A, and one that makes people “feel” like they’re saving money, but option b makes more sense on paper. What I mean by that, is that you can essentially “buy” experience. This comes in the form of a coach, and if that coach is any good, they’ll be able to cut your learning curve in half (probably more, but at least 50%).
Going back to our initial math, this would mean your coach is at least saving you $60K (6 x $10K). I guess you could also consider compound interest, where you always grow exponentially quicker, but we’ll keep it simple for now.
After that, the last thing you need to consider is how much your coach costs. Looking at the math, even if they were $50K, they’d still be considered a bargain. Of course, no coach is going to charge this much right away, but you get what I’m saying. You can either use time to gain experience, or you can use money to buy it, and that’s:
What brings me here today
In short, I’ve created a coaching program that serves as an “accelerator”. Always hated the traditional approach of giving “some” information, but not everything, so I decided to take a different route. In this case, I gave you everything you needed, then make my money by offering a quicker path. If you don’t want to take that quicker path, that’s okay, but if you’re interested then here’s the:
In short, all you have to do at this point, is start off by filling out an application. I’ll be honest with you, the application isn’t crazy intense, just designed to weed out tire kickers. From there, once I receive your application, I’ll be in touch within 48 hours (Monday-Friday).
When I do reach back out, it’ll be an email letting you know if I can help or not. If not, I’ll let you know why. If so, I’ll see if you have time for a phone call. Once we get on that phone call, I really just want to learn more about your exact situation, that way I’ll know if I can help or not. If you’re broke and looking for an income within the next 7 days, it’s probably not the case. On the other hand, if you just want to make $10K/month and have the option to quit your job 6 months later, I’ll gladly get you there.
Anyway, that’s all I got for now, so if you’re interested please click on the link below:
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Fill out the short form, and I’ll be in touch within 48 hours (M-F).