A most important question rolled in today…
If your systems are so good, why aren’t all your students successful?
That’s a very good question.
One that used to keep me up at night actually.
I couldn’t figure out why some people weren’t achieving success but others were.
After all, they were all using my same system.
So why did it work for some, but not for others?
Sorry to disappoint you, but…
I never did find an exact answer.
It’s just like how two siblings from the same parents, raised in the same home, that went to the same school, can still turn out to be total opposites as adults.
It’s just the way it is.
Or is it…?
Perhaps they lost focus and got distracted by “life”.
Perhaps they didn’t want to put in all the effort necessary?
Perhaps they spend too much time watching TV?
Perhaps they took 6 months to bother to start their marketing campaign?
Perhaps they started listening to conflicting advice, lost focus, and froze?
Perhaps they lacked confidence and didn’t truly see themselves doing it?
Perhaps they cringe at the thought of talking to motivated sellers because they hate “selling”?
Perhaps they thought they had to go to business school first?
Perhaps they ignored or modified my advice because they “know better”?
Perhaps they partnered up with the wrong people and were led astray?
Perhaps they kept jumping between systems rather than focusing in and actually making it work?
Perhaps they tried to re-invent the wheel instead of rolling with what works?
Perhaps they decided to wait until the market is “perfect”?
Or perhaps, just perhaps, it’s a combination of some (or all) of the above?
Basically, non-implementation is the common thread amongst these.
So that’s why I guarantee my program with a special incentive.
If you do it — and do it consistently — it will work.
If it doesn’t, then I give you your money back AND make a sizeable donation to a charity of your choice.
There’s only one catch —
You have to actually prove that you are implementing my systems and methods consistently.
For that I require that you do weekly progress reports.
This is actually a lesson in and of itself, as it teaches you discipline.
The discipline of doing things consistently.
And the discipline of actually knowing what needs to be done and then working towards your goals.
Because that is where people usually fall down.
So I use the guarantee to keep you both motivated AND focused.
Up for the challenge?
Go here and we’ll talk:
Traction Real Estate Mentors