Marketing Secrets – Secret #6: How To Do SEO The Right Way By Using The Dream 100

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The dream 100 isn’t just for JV partners… it’s the key to ALL traffic.

On this episode of Marketing Secrets Russell talks about immersing himself in SEO stuff over the weekend and how that has got him thinking about getting creative about getting traffic. Here are some of the cool things he mentions in this episode:

-How you can use Dream 100 strategies with people who write magazine articles to get more traffic.

-How you can find out who is dominating each platform (i.e YouTube, Instagram) and use them to build your Dream 100.

-And find out why Russell is looking at strategies he used 10 years ago to help gain traffic.

So listen below to hear how to do SEO the right way using the Dream 100.


Funnel Hacker TV (Behind The Scenes) – Episode 01

Funnel Hacker TV (Behind The Scenes) – Episode 01
“That one where we built the new book funnel…”

A few days before our launch of the “Expert Secrets” book, we decided it would be fun to document everything… what started as a REALLY late night thought turned into this “behind the scenes” show… we hope you love it!

Thank you Kevin Anson for taking on this project and making it a reality.

Look for new episodes every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Should You Become A ClickFunnels Affiliate? Truth or Fantasy?


There are many Affiliate Programs out there. ClickBank is one of the best total affiliate providers. After sign up (I’ll write about ClickBank soon) with just a few clicks, you will have your affiliate links.  The major problem with ClickBank is, even though their products may be top notch, there is never that true connection with the product. For instance, I recently started promoting a Jump Training program on one of my Volleyball Training membership sites and even though I feel this product is great I just don’t have a passion for promoting it if you know what I mean. I am sure to have experienced this before you may have a product to promote as an affiliate and it is good but when you promote it there just is no passion, and unfortunately, your emails and copy reflect that. It is very rarely a product come along that I say “where have you been all my life!”.  I have used many landing page software in the past but ClickFunnels is head and shoulders above the competition.  It is so easy to use and just makes sense.

I originally saw this post at and thought about the awesome earning potential.  It seems like it is very rare that when you promote a product that you actually LOVE it.  Usually, I like a product, I would never promote a product I don’t believe in or think is falsely advertised or harmful.  With that said there are few products that I LOVE.  Usually, I love these products because I truly think they can change your life(they have changed mine)

The 100 Day Affiliate Bootcamp is a 100-day strategy where you can follow for just one hour per day which will allow you to retire and have enough residual income coming in from being a ClickFunnels affiliate alone. Russell and his team will take you by the hand, step by step on how to acquire enough ClickFunnels customers as an affiliate to make it your full-time income and even have them handle all your car payments.

The Goal?

It’s simple, to start all you need to do is give away 1 trial a day, every day.

After going through the funnel BootCamp, your ultimate goal is to giveaway 100 ClickFunnel accounts which will lead to $4,000 in recurring revenue every month. After achieving your 100 member goal, not only do you qualify for your weekly commissions, but you also qualify for your dream car!

How Does It Work?

If you’ve ever thought about becoming a ClickFunnels affiliate and want to learn about how to promote ClickFunnels and hit that 100 affiliate account goal, then this is the best time to do it.

The 100 Day Affiliate Bootcamp is $997 RRP worth of content being emailed to you across 100 days, training you on how to become a super affiliate and retire simply by promoting ClickFunnels.

The team at ClickFunnels will be teaching you completely free, every single day for 100 days on how to do things like drive traffic, build landing pages, acquire customers and lots lots more!

What Are Some Of The Strategies You’ll Learn?

  • How To Build A Landing Page
  • How To Setup Facebook Ads
  • How To Setup An Action Sequence
  • How To Write & Email High Converting Emails
  • And lots more…


Q: How do I get started?

A: You can head straight over to the Affiliate Bootcamp website and sign up free there. Once you sign up, you’ll submit your email which will go through the plan for the next 100 days and the strategies you’ll learn to grow your affiliate account to 100 people.

Q: I have another question, who can I ask?

A: Start a message with support using the icon on the right-hand side of the screen. This will allow you to ask them any questions that you may have.

What To Do Now?

We’ve already got people sharing small successes as you can see below:


To register just head straight over here, and you’ll be able to enter your details to join the BootCamp!


I have only been an affiliate for 18 days. With absolutely NO MONEY spent on ads. I have already made just over $800.  The funny thing is I did this by just talking to people about this awesome product and truthfully answering questions about them.  It is so easy to “Yell From The Mountain Tops” as they say about a product when it kicks ass!


This is the screen shot of my affiliate page.  Now I know this is not millions, but I have not even started paying for ads.

This Monday the 10th of April 2017 I will start advertising for CF products on Facebook and will really start promoting CF a lot harder. Don’t worry this book will not become inundated with CF ads from me.  I will give reviews of DotCom Secrets the book, Expert Secrets the book (due out April 18th), Funnel Scripts, Funnel University and all the Free plus shipping products ClickFunnels has, which are 108 Split Test, Marketing In Your Car podcast mp3 player, Funnel Graffiti, and The Perfect Webinar in upcoming blogs.


The other really cool thing about being a ClickFunnels affiliate is that when you get 100 people to sign up for ClickFunnels they will pay for your DREAM CAR.  Yes, I did say DREAM CAR. Learn more about it here (too much to put in this blog maybe next time)



Marketing In Your Car: Episode 337

Episode #337

This is when, what we do, becomes a really fun game.

On today’s episode, Russell talks about how many copies of the book have sold in the first 6 days and what his goal is. He also talks about how making tweaks to your funnel after it’s up and running can help you beat the control.

Here are some cool things in this episode:

* Find out how many sales Expert Secrets got in the first 6 days and how it compares to Dotcom Secrets.

* Find out how Russell cleared his head in order to come up with new ideas of how to tweak the funnel and increase sales.

* And hear what Russell recommends to beat your control.

So listen below to find out how you can make a good funnel even better after it’s been up and running for a few days.


Hey, everyone, this is Russell. Welcome to a rainy, very rainy Marketing In Your Car. I just dropped off Dallin, my oldest twin who is my son who loves extracurricular activities, at dance class, early morning. So heading back into the office now and excited.

So the book launch has been live for I think, almost 6 days now. And in 6 days we sold a little over 20 thousand books. What? Crazy. Last year it took us the entire month to sell 20 thousand. I don’t even think we got to 20 thousand, we were close to 20 thousand. I can’t remember exact numbers back then.

It was pretty exciting for us and we haven’t even pulled out the big guns yet. Those who are watching, some crazy stuff’s happening. At 20 thousand and I think we should hit at least 50 or 60 thousand books sold, which is really cool. So I’m really proud and excited for that.

So I’m heading into the office right now because a bunch of things is happening. In fact, the number one thing, well it’s interesting, I don’t know about you but when you’re in the middle of a book launch, launching a million things at once, which we’ve obviously been doing. So my stress levels are a little higher than typical, not stress levels but you know what I mean. Just a lot of stuff happening. It’s been interesting, I think it’s almost like you’re so close to something that you can’t, you don’t know what to do.

So the book launch has been going really well, in fact, our average cart value right now is about $34. So for everyone who buys the book, on average we make about $34 in the funnel, which is great. We keep thinking, how do we make it better, how do we make it better? There’s got to be a way to make it better. I’ve been blank. I don’t even know what to do. I look at it like, ahh I got nothing.

So anyway, I bought a thing called a float tank a while ago, it’s in my house and I hardly ever use it. I feel bad. In fact, I clean it more often than I use it, it’s kind of a pain to keep. Looking back now, I definitely would not get a float tank in my house. But they are cool. I promise you, somewhere in your hometown, there’s probably a float tank place. If you Google float tank and your city I bet you’ll find one. But basically, it’s a huge salt sensory deprivation tank. It’s like a thousand pounds of salt, so you lay and float on the top and sit there. Typically I do my float tank, I go in there and listen to music or listen to CD’s or talks or whatever. But this time for some reason the music thing wasn’t playing, and this is Saturday night, yes Saturday night. Went in there and music thing wasn’t going to work. I was like, ahhh whatever, I’ll just try to focus and do my whole meditation thing. And I’m not a very good meditate-er at all, by any stretch.

But I sat there and laid there and tried to focus on my breathing, and tried to think about the major things. And it was cool because the first time, I think I had time to reset and not be in the motion of everything. I just sat there for like an hour. I sat there for 45 minutes, and I passed out and woke up when my alarm went off. But I didn’t get any great ideas while I was sitting in there, but I feel like it was a flush. Like a cleanse or something because then when I went back …


The Black and White Guide To Lead Generation Using Paid Traffic

This is another great blog from the ClickFunnels blog that I wanted to share with you. It is about lead generation and is well worth the read.

The Black and White Guide To Lead Generation Using Paid Traffic

[Series] The Black and White Guide To Lead Generation Using Paid Traffic

Paid advertising can be a quick win for businesses to drive traffic to their website and generate leads from.

However, it can also be very costly if not setup or optimized correctly.

Never fear, though, I am here as always to guide you through the process.

Whether you are already running paid ad campaigns now or are planning to, it is important to make sure you are getting a good return from your ad spend.

I was actually speaking to an old friend of mine the other week who said he had started his own ad campaign for his secured loans business and asked if I could cast my eyes over it.

When I did, I was slightly surprised to see that the leads he was generating weren’t relevant.

His target audience is homeowners. However, the majority of leads coming through were from non-homeowners.

The issue was his keywords were too broad, and the ad text didn’t state this major factor among other things.

To stop you avoiding mistakes like this, I have put together a guide on how to generate quality leads using paid traffic.

What Is Paid Traffic


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In short, paid traffic is any traffic coming into your website that you have paid for.

This paid traffic can come from one or all of the following:

  1. Paid Search Advertising – The most popular paid search advertising tool is Google AdWords. You bid on your chosen keywords such as “secured loans” and pay Google every time a user clicks on your ad after seeing it displayed after searching for “secured loans”.
  2. Paid Social Advertising – Recent algorithm changes have made it hard for businesses to reach out to their fans and followers organically and to result in more companies turning to paid social campaigns. You can use keywords to target users as well target by demographics, interests and behaviours.
  3. Ad Space On Websites – There are tools out there such as Outbrain and Taboola that will allow you to place advertisements on other websites such as the big dogs like CNN. You can also do this with the Google Display Network however it is not as easy to determine exactly what websites your ads will appear on.

Who Are You Reaching Out To

To create ads that will generate quality leads, you are going to need to know exactly who it is you are reaching out to so you can tailor your targeting and ads to reduce wasted clicks that are wasted money.

For example, my friend who created the secured loans campaigns wasted quite a bit of money on clicks and leads that were of no use to him because he didn’t tailor his targeting and ads to suit his target audience of homeowners.

Before implementing a paid traffic campaign, make sure to create a customer avatar that will tell you everything from gender, age group, job title, income bracket, home status, pain points, goals and more.

You can read more on how to create a customer avatar on our Your Sales Funnel Will Fail If You Don’t Do This blog.

Once you have all this gathered information, you will easily be able to set targeting and create ads to attract the right customers.

Create Your Landing Page

Now that you know what paid traffic is and who it is you are going to show your ads to, it’s time to get to work on the landing page that is going to turn those clicks into leads.

Create a landing page for each service or product you are selling so that you can tailor your ads and targeting to suit each.

For example, you may be selling secured loans as well as unsecured loans.

These are two different products that have two different audiences, and so I wouldn’t send all traffic to one landing page with both products.

I would create two landing pages for each product so I can send the most relevant traffic to each.

Every landing page should have some of the following (not necessarily all):

  1. A compelling and converting headline
  2. A short description to explain what your product or service is
  3. Bullet points to highlight key features and unique selling points
  4. Lead capture form so users can submit the contact information
  5. Call-to-action (CTA) that directs users to the action you want them to take
  6. An image or video of your product or service
  7. Positive signals such as testimonials, reviews, case studies and awards

Paid Traffic Sources

Now that you have your landing page created, it’s time to decide where you want to place your ads.

I mentioned earlier that there are different types of paid traffic ads that are paid search advertising, paid social advertising and ad space on websites, and now I am going to go through the different sources that fall under those three types.

Each of these paid traffic sources will give great exposure for your brand as well generate the traffic and leads you are looking for but only if you target your ads to your buying personas.



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First on the list is Twitter, which falls under the paid social advertising type.

Targeting is key for your Twitter ads to perform at their best and get you a return.

You can first set location and language options and then choose keywords, handles and interests that your research shows what your target audience is talking about and their behaviours.

Keywords are great for if there is a buzz around a topic that is relevant to your products or services, however, targeting handles I can find can be much more useful in reaching your target audience.

You may want to target popular hashtags that are relevant or target those that mention @username such as a competitor.



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Visual is everything when it comes to Facebook ads to make sure to spend the time creating an image or video that is 100% relevant to your product or service, has a person in it who is friendly and smiling (but please not a stock image), and is bold enough to stop users from scrolling past it.

As well as the image or video, it is important also to optimize your headline so you clearly state what your product or service is and how it can help users.

This is where you are buying persona research will come in handy as you will know exactly what pain points and goals to target with your headline.


Another paid social advertising source is LinkedIn, which is a great source for B2B marketers to advertise.

You can use LinkedIn to target people by job titles, industry, company they work for, a field of study and more.

There is an option for audience expansion that will show your ads to similar people however I would uncheck this to keep your ads targeted.

Include an image that will attract the eye and stop users from scrolling down their timeline and also add a converting headline that will reach out to their pain point and offer a solution in a few simple words.

Google AdWords


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Google AdWords is a paid search advertising platform and is a great way of generating quality leads as people are already searching for your product or service whereas with paid social search or native ads you are outreaching.

It is important to keep your quality score up to keep costs down by making sure your keyword are relevant to its ad and its ad is relevant to its landing page.

As well as using a keyword to target your target audience, you can also use remarketing to display ads to those who had visited your website before but didn’t convert into a lead for whatever reason.

Native Ads


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A great tool to use for native ads is Outbrain, which will let you place ads on websites such as CNN and ESPN. Rather than placing sales ads, however, it is a tool used for advertising valuable content, such as a gated downloadable eBook, which is shown to users based on their behaviours.

For example, if I were to read an article on how to save money and then go to the CNN website to learn how to consolidate debt, I may see an ad for an article that is about how to get out of debt by saving money.

For best results, don’t include your brand name in the image or headline as this can reduce CTR, use a baiting question to encourage users to click to find out the answer, and don’t get pushy by using words like “now” or “must”.

Conversion Rate Optimization

Now that you have placed your paid traffic ads, the road doesn’t end.

You now need to closely monitor results, split test different variations to discover which variation leads to higher conversion rates and implement those changes.

You can literally split test everything including:

  1. Targeting options such as age groups, locations, interests, keywords and more.
  2. Ad headlines, descriptions and call-to-actions
  3. Ad Images and Videos
  4. Landing page images and videos
  5. Landing page call-to-actions
  6. Landing page headlines and text

If you don’t continue to split test and optimize, you will never see improvements in conversion rates.

It’s one of the most important tasks to do when running paid traffic.

In It For The Long-Haul

While paid traffic advertising can be a quick win, it is also something you should be in for the long-haul too.

Are you running any paid traffic campaigns?

Let us know your experiences, successes and challenges by leaving your comments below and we’ll give you some pointers to help optimize your campaigns.

Whoever Controls The Framing, Controls The Sales By Bedros Keuilian

Man i swear, Bedros is so good.  This is another video from his that talks about preframing when talking to clients and how it can make the difference between a sale and no sale.

Whoever Controls The Framing, Controls The Sales presents:

Whoever Controls The Framing, Controls The Sales. Bedros Keuilian, founder and CEO of Fit Body Boot camp, discusses the value of guiding the narrative to stay on top of clients’ expectations. Hear how this simple technique can help you acquire new clients with a better understanding of what they’re signing up for.

How to Funnel Hack Facebook : Ad Designs 101

This is a really great article from the ClickFunnels Blog that I read the other day and wanted to share it with you about hacking Face Book Ads



How to Funnel Hack Facebook Ad Designs 101

How to Funnel Hack Facebook Ad Designs 101

As marketers and funnel-builders flood Facebook with their ad dollars, the social network’s ad platform is under more scrutiny than ever.  

Facebook ads have the potential to blow up your funnel, but much of your success comes down to design.

Thankfully, we’ve detailed the steps to crafting a killer design for your next campaign including what to look for, who to hire and where to find them.

Appearances and first impressions are everything when it comes to running an ad campaign.

With any of our display ads, we want to offer our users the best deals, stand apart from the crowd and ultimately drive potential customers to click through.

Unfortunately, this is easier said than done in 2016, where the modern user is savvier than ever to advertising, generally more reluctant to click and flat-out bored with most ads out there.

Consider that the following:

Now, take into account that comparing the gloom and doom of banner ads and Facebooks ads may be like comparing apples to oranges.

Facebook ads are a completely different beast versus the traditional ad fodder of the early 2000’s. How so?

  • Facebook has a strong trust factor with its one billion daily active users. Naturally, visitors are much more likely to click on a Facebook ad versus that of a skeptical site riddled with pop-ups and AdSense.
  • With features such as retargeted ads and Facebook’s pixel functionality, Mark Zuckerberg’s social network has provided marketers with a robust advertising platform that allows us to segment our users truly and target them accordingly. From tracking users after they’ve left the page to displaying ads based on previous behavior, Facebook ads represent more than a numbers game when it comes to impressions versus conversions.

There’s an apparent disparity between traditional banner advertising and Facebook ads.

The failures and shortcomings of the unclickable have provided marketers with the insight necessary to craft awesome ads on Facebook.

What’s stopping you from doing the same?

Giving Yourself the Ad Advantage

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Thankfully, the fact that the advertising world is filled with boring, uninspired ads actually works to your advantage if you’re able to set your ads apart from the norm.

Here’s the truth: regardless of your industry, Facebook ads are living and dying by design.

Solid deals and crafty calls-to-action are crucial to well-performing ads; however, you can’t hope to optimize your ads without a straightforward design that catches your customers’ eyes and leaves a lasting impression.

Fortunately, you don’t need to be a master artist to make your ads work.

Start with a Concept

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Every great masterpiece starts with a concept: the same rule applies to crafting a Facebook ad.

You have plenty of options available when it comes to picking a base image for your concept, and picking one really depends on your industry and best practices.

Medical practices may choose pill bottles or professionals in lab coats, or a supplement seller may use a fitness model, for example.

As always, look to your competitors for inspiration and perhaps some insight into how you can set yourself apart from them

Choosing imagery relevant to your industry is important.


Some businesses fall into clichés of using stock images of skyscrapers and sunsets to market their companies; however, recall the need for your advertising to stand out from the crowd.

Think about potentially using higher-art concepts or even cartoons (they’re definitely not just kids anymore) as a means of giving your ads your ads a humorous tone (if appropriate).

Although there are plenty of sites offering cheap commercial or royalty free images to businesses, keep in mind that every business on the block is picking from the same pool of sites.

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Therefore, you’re going to need some additional help to making your ad truly pop (which we’ll cover shortly).

Regardless of how you decide to go choosing an image, the chances are that you’re going to need a helping hand in order to help it stand out from the crowd.

Thankfully, there’s no shortage of help.

The Freedom of Freelancers

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There’s no shortage of skilled freelancers out there to help you craft the perfect ad.

In fact, the choices can be downright overwhelming.

Fortunately, this puts a certain degree of leverage in your hands as the graphic design market is intensely competitive.

Finding a freelancer has never been easier; however, make sure that you look for someone with…

  • Experience, including a portfolio or website where you can see examples of their work. You may actually find a piece from their past that meshes with your business’ vibe.
  • Competitive rates. Your freelancer should obviously fit within your budget; however, freelancers offering to work for dirt cheap should raise red flags. Such designers may be flaky with instructions and deadlines, which simply isn’t worth your time. There’s a big difference between a $5 freelancer and a $50 freelancer beyond their price point alone.
  • Ratings, reviews and testimonials. In short, you should be able to tell at a glance whether or not your designer has the sort of experience you’re searching for.

Find someone that you’d like to invest in and perhaps use for the long-term, as finding a skilled freelancer can sometimes be a frustrating process.

The question remains: where do you find such professionals?

There are many options available, some of which might be more suited for your niche than others.

Here are just a few:

Fiverr – Originally marketed as a site where you could get just about anything for five dollars (including bizarre jobs such as people writing your marketing messages on their bodies), Fiverr has become a hub for some designers looking to deliver fast results to clients. Although the site’s reputation is dubious among some freelancers (with many claiming they have to sort through a sea of spam to find anything worthwhile), there are full-time professionals making a living through the site. As always, choose carefully.

UpworkPerhaps the premier site for professional freelancers, Upwork allows freelancers to bid on jobs rather than the other way around. This gives the client the luxury of setting up the parameters of their job, including the price, turnaround time, and specifics of design. While you may have to sift through some spam on Upwork, its platform has a built-in system which keeps freelancers from simply applying for every single job.

ClickFunnels Group – Beyond the typical freelance sites, ClickFunnel’s job group may be a cost-effective, alternative solution to finding a freelancer that fits your needs.

Regardless of how you choose to find your freelancer, make sure that your instructions are clear. Ideally, you’ll be able to find someone with marketing experience who understands the principles of Facebook ads (such designers are more common than you might think).

The Cost of Color

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The color scheme is one of the key elements of any design, whether you’re trying to choose a color combination that’s pleasing to the eye or craft something that falls in line with your business’ brand.

It may seem like a no-brainer, but make sure that your Facebook ads follow the same color scheme as your company site and existing advertising.

The consistent color scheme helps establish the brand association and will help users stay subconsciously engaged when they enter your sales funnel.

Look and Feel

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You have immense freedom when it comes to crafting your Facebook ads. Some elements that you should keep in mind, however, regardless of your industry include:

  • Text – Assuming you’re crafting an ad which involves text on your image, make sure to choose your words wisely. Sometimes less is more: if possible, try to include your call-to-action somewhere in your ad (especially in the blurb if not on the image itself).
  • Imagery – At the risk of sounding like a broken record, make sure you choose images that will grab your users’ attention to the point where they stop scrolling and start clicking. Think breathtaking and bright colors versus dull and drab.
  • Originality – On a similar note, your ads should have a unique vibe and shouldn’t simply parrot what you’ve seen competitors doing. If you’re putting in the time, effort and cash to run a Facebook ad campaign, it should be one-of-a-kind.

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Building Your Photo Bank

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The beauty of crafting unique Facebook ads is that they can be reused and repurposed for different campaigns.

For example, you could use the same images on Twitter or Pinterest without issue.

Likewise, you can use your Facebook ads to A/B test against one another to figure out what’s working and what isn’t with your users.

Once you’ve built up a solid portfolio of ads, you can use your past examples for future inspiration for freelancers, too.

The more ads you run, the more you can experiment and fine-tune your marketing pitch.

How Else Can You Hack Facebook Ads?

Facebook is doing a lot for marketers these days regarding ad customization; however, we’re always looking for new ways to craft better ads.

Between re-targeting and Facebook pixels, for example, the social network is becoming a much sweeter place to advertise.

What’s working for you regarding Facebook ad and what hacks have you potentially uncovered?

On this episode Russell talks about the moment he became a wrestler and how he felt and how that relates to the moment he became a marketer.

Here are some of the cool things to listen for in this episode:

Why Russell nearly became a basketball player instead of a wrestler and what changed his mind.

What the four or five things Russell believes he is down to core.

And why as humans, we are constantly in search of good feelings and how they shape our lives.

So listen below to hear about the moment Russell became a wrestler, and the moment he became an internet marketer.

Funnels And Fitness

Yesterday I was working out and I was watching the people working out around me.  I noticed that there was tons of people that were really working out hard, but I know, are not seeing results like they want. The sad thing is, they are only doing one or two things that are not “right” and this is what is stopping them from seeing true success. I am sure you have experienced something similar, right?  You find out a little fact or tidbit of information, that had you known before, would have saved you a ton of time, money, and frustration.  At the age of 42, I have experienced failure more than once, and it is usually it is because I lacked a piece of valuable information.  I then had and epiphany that will change it all when it comes to fitness for the entrepreneur out there that is having trouble with their business and their bodies. I mean lets face it, as a entrepreneur we have a ton of time on our hands but never enough time to workout and still get everything done to be successful in business or DO WE?

Before I get to my epiphany that I had yesterday, let me tell you a little about myself. I joined the Navy right out of high school, matter of fact I graduated June 6th and June 9th I was standing tall in Boot Camp.  I then spent the next 4 years as a Combat Medic with The United States Marines. It was a great and exciting time. I got out of the military after 4 years and a friend of mine was the general manager of a 24 hr Fitness and offered me a job as a personal trainer.  Back in 1996 you didn’t need to be certified to be a personal trainer (even though I had a ton of knowledge).  So for the next 16+ years I worked my way up through the ranks attaining almost every personal training certification at one time or another. In 2010 I started studying the art of the sale and sales funnels. This of course was not my first exposure to sales and the sales funnel process.  I have always be a great salesman. I prefer the term assistant buyer, sells-man has such a negative connotation with it.  I originally started learning about funnels from Bedros Keuilian.

He is a highly motivated individual that has had the ups and downs that we have all experience in life (maybe even worse) but he has grown a fitness empire. I then started learning from everyone I could about marketing, finances, sales funnels processes, and how to make a  funnel that converts.  I studied (in no order) Dan Kennedy, Ryan Deiss, Perry Belcher, Bill Glazer, Tony Robbins, Russell Brunson,  and Robert Kiyosaki just to name a few.  I fell in love with sales, the process that goes into the sale, and making a sales funnel that is a winner.  This has been all I have doing for the past seven years or so. Studying and learning until I could become a MASTER.  Now back to the gym and my epiphany.

Before I get to the details of my epiphany, first let me ask you, would you be interested in a program that could help you lose 30-50 lbs while adding a extra 10k (an EXTRA 10k) to your bank account.  That ‘s right I’m saying lose fat and gain some greenbacks. Now this is still in the idea phase, I only thought of it yesterday so I would like everyone’s help that is reading this blog because lets face, it I would only make this training if you think it would be a value to you and every entrepreneur out there. So my epiphany is this, very person needs a trainer when they workout.  The trainer motivates and shows the way to fitness success but you also need a trainer with your business. What if your trainer not only helped you with your workouts and your diet but he (or she) could also help you grow your business. The basic concept is, over a 12 week period layout workouts and meal plans designed to help you lose 10-12 pounds a month while helping them grow there business, sell their info product, or anything they sell online. Of course the business aspect of it would vary depending on the business so a intense questionnaire would have to be made to help break down the needs and problems of each person’s current business. So what do you think? Of course like I said I just came up with this concept yesterday but I think that it could have some real merit. Please but any suggestions or ideas in the comments. I would love to know what you think of this idea and also what you feel would be needed to be taught to help you with your business.

Until Next Time,

Jeffery M. Banek

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