It's simple. We chose not to participate in the recession.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 16, 2009
Somebody forgot to tell entrepreneur and CEO John Paul Raygoza that we're in a recession. Somehow he managed to triple his business overnight and turn his recession-proof business into a money making machine.
If you're one of 10 lucky individuals who are invited to his Malibu retreat, a mansion straight out of MTV's Cribs, you'll get a luxurious room overlooking the Pacific coast and you have a world-renowned celebrity chef, Jack Lee, cook you a five-course dinner. Did I mention you a private limo picking you up from the airport? Those are just the living arrangements.
The actual investment is learning how John Paul Raygoza created a multi-million dollar empire from his mother's basement. And unlike joining the run-of-the-mill coaching programs online, you're actually mentored by the CEO himself. Yes, he not only invites you to his summer crib, the coaches you in person.
What's the catch? Obviously this kind of treatment doesn't come cheap.
"I separate the serious people from the not-so serious by offering a price point that demands your commitment," states John Raygoza, "Our starting price is $10,000. Most people are thrown back by this price - and that's the intention. I figure if you can't spend $10,000 to learn how to become a millionaire, then you're not ready to become one."
"I put all my eggs in one basket. I invested the last check that I got from the company I resigned from," adds Raygoza, "If you don't have the guts to put all your money into your business, then you're not prepared for success."
Aside from learning how to generate leads from the lead-generation guru himself, Raygoza teaches you how to write sales copy, ad copy, and how to setup email campaigns that produce immediate results.
The politicians and the media are telling us that we're in the middle of a terrible recession. We know because we've all felt it in one way or another. It's crazy and so unfair, "but then why is John Paul Raygoza able to make money in the recession?" asked Boaz Rauchwerger, world renowned motivational speaker, who lost several clients due to the recession.
David Sipes, Vice President and Co-Founder of PushTraffic.com says, "It's simple. We chose not to participate in the recession."
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