INVITATION TO WORK WITH ME 1:1
This is an invitation to successful entrepreneurs who want to start an online education business so they can shift their focus from making more money to sharing their message and helping others improve their lives.
We work together for 6 weeks on the following:
1) Define The Impact You Want To Make - We will complete a process that helps define the type of client you'd love to serve, their starting point, and the outcome you want to create for them. Not being clear on these things is where most people fail. You are likely experienced in multiple areas, but we need to uncover what you're most inspired by. Sometimes this will be a different niche than the one you have a track record in. Having one or two deep conversations with me on these topics has prevented many of my clients from going down the wrong path.
2) Build Your Program - Together we will build the exact program that you will take your clients through. This involves writing up your offer so...
If you are creating content on a regular basis but you aren’t getting clients (and it feels like no one is listening)...
I’m willing to bet that you skipped over at least one crucial step (of setting up your education business the right way).
It’s really tough to know exactly what to focus on and in what order. There are so many choices and different strategies.
When I first entered the online education space, it was like drinking from a firehose.
I was listening to 10 different gurus and trying to synthesize all the information from each of them and sort out what mattered, what didn’t, and even more important, what ORDER I was supposed to do it all in.
I’ll be real with you: Focusing on the wrong thing at the wrong time will cause you to fail. Your business might never take off. You might never make money or make a difference.
It’s that important. You need to learn how to line the dominoes up in the right order before you...
I used to hope that I would come across a person whose car needed a jump start, or had gotten stuck in the snow, just so I could help them out
I craved for people to ask me for help. It didn’t matter who it was or what they needed.
I was dying to make some kind of difference in the world.
I found myself constantly giving unsolicited advice to my family, friends, and team members.
I’d meet a friend at the bar and, three drinks in, start steamrolling him with all kinds of advice.
By the end of the night when we’d say goodbye I could tell that I hadn’t connected with my friend, but instead just talked and gave advice the whole time.
No big surprise when I didn’t get invited back for beers again.
It was clear that I needed to stop doing this and channel my desires in a healthy way. I needed to figure out what I wanted to say, if anyone cared to listen, and where to find them.
It was around then that I read “The Millionaire Messenger” by Brendon...
I have one platform I love where I have built my website, 6 online courses, and countless funnels. It's the same one Brendon Burchard runs his entire business on.
This video is a walkthrough of my account behind the scenes where I show you how I've built everything and just how easy it can be for you to do, too.
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I used to look at my schedule full of calls with my team and feel a sense of dread.
I didn’t get engaged from my work anymore. It felt like going through the motions.
I wanted to shift to doing work that was meaningful and made a difference. But I had zero time to devote to it.
People told me I was crazy for feeling this way. I had a house flipping business that was doing over 1M/year in revenue. I had a team of 8 employees and a great business partner. I had a few dozen rental properties.
What more could anyone want?
I had started that business with one goal: financial freedom.
After reading “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” while working at a grocery store, I craved a life where my passive income covered my bills.
After working hard for about 7 years as an investor, I achieved that goal.
Beyond that point, making more money didn’t excite me. I wanted to be a teacher, author, or a coach. I wanted to do something that allowed me to help people.
At the same time, I was...
One of the most common mistakes new coaches make is thinking they need to create a cheap program like an online course or a recurring membership program.
Other times you see a coach use a “tier” system, where for $497 you get this, for $997 you get this + that, and so on.
Basically, any product that “kinda” helps a client…
But doesn’t give them the one thing that would get them the outcome the fastest and most predictably: full access to you as the coach.
New coaches without much of a track record in anything do this all the time - they lack confidence and think selling a $27 e-book is a good way to make up for that (because when the buyer doesn’t get much value, at least they are only out $27!)
But, even successful entrepreneurs (the people I help) who are great at what they do will often make this mistake, simply because they think they need to model the gurus they see all over social media.
They don’t know that the gurus started...
Do you ever look at content the gurus are posting and get sick to your stomach?
Sick, because you could never picture yourself doing stuff like that.
Acting excited, crazy, and pumped up. Sharing a ton of detail about your personal life. Posting about cars, houses, and money.
But, you know you should model your business after successful people. This is where a lot of your past success came from.
You have real skills to share with the world. You want to get your voice out there.
But sometimes you think: “If I have to become like one of those gurus, I’d rather just not”.
It would be a real shame if that thought prevented you from ever leaving your legacy and changing lives…
Especially since it’s not true.
The real issue: You haven’t realized that effective content creation has much less to do with how excited you act, how often you show up, or whether you are on the coolest new platform or not…
And much more to do with the messaging (what is...
Most coaches and experts I talk to hate what is also the most popular (and arguable most effective in the short term) strategy of DM'ing people and filling their calendar with calls.
If you're an introvert and/or a creative type, this strategy is likely a big turn off for you.
You don't need to copy what other people are doing just because it will make you money the fastest. In this video I share my thoughts and what you can do instead.
To see if my 6 week 1:1 coaching program would be a fit for you, DM me here:
When I first got into coaching, a successful coach said to me “Brian, you’ve gotta be a real estate coach”.
He knew the track record I had of building a successful real estate investing business.
I didn’t want to admit to him that I was tired of the real estate investing industry. I could feel my inner voice saying “no”, but I ignored it.
I mean, his advice did make sense. What else was I qualified to coach?
So I listened to him and went full steam ahead into real estate coaching.
Initially, I found that being a coach and helping others was a lot more fun than focusing on my own success.
But, fast forward a few years, and I found myself feeling drained after creating content, doing sales calls, and coaching clients.
Right in the middle of filming a video for Youtube, I’d think things like “If I have to explain how to raise private money one more time I’ll go crazy”.
I was shocked by the fact that I was already burning out,...
If you’re a successful entrepreneur who has made a lot of money - but haven’t yet found real meaning in the work you do…
Today is the day to stop focusing on getting richer and start focusing on helping others.
It’s time to build the coaching business that you’ve always wanted. The one that gives you a deep sense of purpose.
It’s time to make your mark on the world, and get up every day to make a difference in the lives of others.
It’s easy to see how you can lose sight of this. Once you start making a lot of money, it gets addicting.
Plus, your peers are all competing on how much money they can make next month. So we get sucked in.
This happened to me in my first business of flipping houses. Revenue was our goal. Passive income and financial freedom.
I achieved those things, by building a business that consistently did over 1M/year gross, and I also purchased a few dozen rental properties.
I’m not saying I was ultra rich, but I had...