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If you’re an entrepreneur who’s at the end of your rope and you’re exhausted because you’ve invested massive amounts of money in programs – but all you have to show for it are maxed out credit cards and an empty bank account… now’s your chance to get your money back by duping others into working with you!
Get your ringside seat as I reveal the low-down, dirty secrets for “How to Manipulate & Exploit Others in 5 Easy Steps”.
On this free call, you’ll discover the most insidious tricks of the trade when you learn how to:
- Activate shame in your prospects so they hand over their power to you
- Make your potential clients believe you can lead them to the Promised Land by paying you a boatload of money
- Guilt your prospects into believing they’re a waste of skin if they say “no” to buying from you
- Master the intricacies of selling one thing, but holding out on the promise and delivering something entirely different (and making your client wrong when they point out this fact)
- Instill a sense of disempowerment in your prospects and clients so they keep coming back for more!
Warning! This is NOT for the faint of heart. It is NOT a witch hunt. You MUST have a sense of humor, and not be stuck in “victim mode” and you MUST be ready to take a stand for yourself and your success!
Be sure to register and invite your friends:
As an entrepreneur, you know that it’s not always a cakewalk to run a successful business. There are a lot of moving parts.
Because I talk to dozens of entrepreneurs every week, I hear my fair share of stories about their growing pains. Heck, I have ‘em myself!
And here’s the deal, since I’ve dealt with thousands of entrepreneurs during my past 10 years in business, I’ve developed an uncanny knack for being able to predict who will still be in business a year or two from now… and who won’t.
You know when something is sitting right in front of you and you don’t see it? Well, I had one of those V8 moments on New Year’s day while watching Gary V’s YouTube video about the “Thank You Economy”.
I realized that whenever I didn’t meet a goal last year – regardless of whether it was a stretch or minimum – I was so disappointed with myself – that I didn’t celebrate the entrepreneurs who DID attend my events and take my classes.