Today I hosted a free teleseminar on how to make money with membership programs. The response was fabulous. With nearly 1,000 people registered for the event the energy was great.
I gave over an hour of nonstop content and an hour and a half of Q&A time. It was fabulous. The feedback from participants was amazing. Many couldn’t believe I shared so much in a free session.
As I often do, I invited those who felt they wanted me to work with them on a deeper level to join me for my four week mentoring course called – Short Term, High Profit Fixed Term Membership Programs.
Should I invest?
One woman asked me if I thought it was a good idea for her to invest in the program.  “I have bought lots of great programs but I never seem to apply the information. I have several excellent programs that I have not yet used. Do you think your program is for me?” this woman sincerely asked.

“No, I don’t. If you have not yet applied the information from the other programs you purchased you are likely going to repeat this behavior. I would suggest you NOT buy my program but rather dig into the other programs you have invested in and put those to work first. It’s up to you to change the pattern,” I responded.
Like many people, I invest in information from other experts. These investments can range from a few dollars to a few thousand dollars. Regardless of what the cost I don’t let the information collect dust.
My standard practice is to put time aside to study the material. I make a commitment to a specific amount of time that will be used for application.
Recently I invested $2,000 in an information product.  I applied one idea and within 48 hours more than made my money back. Was it by luck this happened? Not at all. It was by application.
What’s your practice?
What do you do when you invest in a program? Do you apply the information or do you let it collect dust moving on to the next bright shiny object?

Personally, I would much rather someone NOT invest in my programs if they are not going to apply the information. Those who know me know I am very passionate about what I teach. My teachings are based on real life experience and a proven track record. I know the information works, but only when someone works it and has the right mindset.
Skills are only part of what will lead to success. Mindset, belief and intention are all aspects of success. Another key element is action. Without action you are literally spitting in the wind.
When Joe talks I listen
I just got off the phone with a dear friend who is incredibly successful in his industry. Joe will be the first to tell you not only do you have to invest in training, you have to have the right mindset and beliefs as well as the willingness to take action.

Coming from someone who is in the top 2 – 3% of income earners in his industry, in a 35 year happy marriage, in great physical and emotional health, with a strong religious and spiritual beliefs I would say Joe knows of what he speaks.
So what does this have to do with my upcoming training program? In a word; everything.
I sincerely want to work with those who are ready to take their business to the next level. I thrive on working with people who are willing to take the necessary steps to achieve an outcome.
If you are serious about wanting to start a profitable membership program I encourage you to check out what you will learn over a 28 day period.
In four short weeks you will be given all the information you need to put your own program in place.
There’s just one thing. The program has only 97 spots available AND the price goes up on Friday, July 1st.
Take action now to see if this is a great fit for the direction you are taking your business. There’s just one thing; if you plan to invest and do nothing, do both of us a favor and don’t get the program. It’s not for you.
On the other hand if you plan to apply the information, great! This program is for you. Click here to learn more.
What has been your experience with information products? Do you use the information or do they collect dust among all the other purchases you make? What is your advice to someone who wants to learn how to discipline themselves into a higher level of success?
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