..if you can’t teach, coach.

Heya,

For the past few months I’ve been preoccupied with building a new local dot com venture in the customer service industry for some of the largest restaurant chains in the Middle East.

I’ve been presenting my solution to top executives in the region and supervising a development team to ship the latest version of my software that gathers customer feedback, solves customer service issues in real time, and offers a rewards program.

I’ve been busy DOING.

Meanwhile, most of the “gurus” out there have been busy TEACHING and encouraging their students to turn around and take what they’ve been taught to teach others as well.

The “learn-then-teach” model is encouraged and often repeated as an appropriate way to build a business.

This is idiotic.

Because most of these teachers are teaching how to do things they don’t even know how to do themselves.

Most system owners tell you, “all you need to do is get traffic.” Which is true, if you want to squander all your hard work and the valuable data you’ve paid to acquire.

But here’s the kicker: most of these system owners don’t know how to get traffic themselves. Otherwise they wouldn’t (a) need you to do it, and (b) pay me to get traffic for them.

But you know what they say…if you can’t do, teach.

And these days, if you can’t teach, be a coach.

The new trend in online opportunities is assigning you a coach who walks you through the process of purchasing increasingly bad financial decisions.

It’s not a new idea. After all, boiler rooms have been around for decades (online gurus aren’t known for being innovative).

Recently one company became the flavour of the month using this coaching model and no doubt other systems followed suit.

The coaches themselves aren’t actually there to help you build your business, nor would they even know how (there’s a reason these coaches don’t have businesses of their own). Their ONLY job is to sell you…to convince you that going straight into massive debt is the best way to start your business.

What no one tells you is that without an advertising budget, your business isn’t going to get off the ground.

You MUST designate a base amount and a growth percentage and commit to investing these funds each and every month for your business to grow. This is true for ALL businesses in every industry and there are proven models to follow.

These coaches would have you believe that buying their overpriced “products”–which range up into the tens-of-thousands for the privilege of hanging out with the system owners–is the surest path to success…when nothing could be further from the truth.

Want results?

Put your money into your advertising budget (not expenses).

And how to responsibly do so is what’s outlined on pages 129-147 of the Brand Plan manual, the first in the DIY Super Traffic Machine series.

We don’t “coach” you into more upsells. We’re not selling a mastermind in an exotic location. And you’re not investing in the opportunity to buy me a drink.

This is it.

Here at YaghiLabs, we don’t just teach.

These are the same internal traffic manuals that trained my own staff to generate hundreds of thousands of leads for these system owners.

These manuals don’t teach you how to teach or coach. These manuals teach you how to DO it yourself.

You learn step-by-step, field-tested strategies developed over YEARS in the trenches of running campaigns for the biggest systems in the industry. And watch us implement a real client campaign throughout.

Most marketers talk ideas. Second-hand-theory. BS.

DIY Super Traffic Machine is 100% based on case studies. Clients. Real stuff.

To learn all my hard-learned secrets before I leave this industry for good, get your copy of the DIY Super Traffic Machine today.

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~jim

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