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An Investment in knowledge pays the best interest.

An Investment in knowledge pays the best interest. — Benjamin Franklin

I’ve finally recovered from Friday.

No, it’s not what you’re thinking…

Last Friday was my second full day with my mentor, Eric Graham.

We spent 17 hours (9am to 2am), pretty-much nonstop, working on my business!  We covered everything from website conversion to copywriting to sales calls. The amount of detail he can provide is staggering. And it’s never guesswork. I’m sure if you transcribed our conversations, the word “testing” would be the most frequently repeated.

I’ve been fortunate to have had the best mentors and coaches at every major transition in my life and business, from magic & performing to investing to entrepreneurship. Or maybe it’s not fortune. Maybe it’s just that I seek these people out and have the guts to ask them for their help.

If you’re going to learn from someone, why settle for anyone other than the best? When it comes to entrepreneurship, I couldn’t have chosen anyone better.

And this is just the beginning…

I’d love to say more, but I’m too caught up in implementing all the things we talked about. It’s going to take a while, but it will be worth it for all of my present, and future, customers.