Why marketing doesn’t work…

I had a secret for many years that I refused to share, for fear of people thinking I’d lost my mind.

And I felt like a fraud because of it.

You see, I realized something.

I realized that marketing doesn’t work

Well, it doesn’t work… by itself.

If you want to grow a successful business, get more clients, make more money, experience true abundance and accomplish anything you want in your life, and I mean anything, you need 3 things.

Watch this week’s video to find out what those 3 things are:

So, here I was, running a successful business teaching entrepreneurs solely about good marketing (and yes, I’m a master teacher of all things that have to do with authentic and integrous marketing).

But deep down I knew that it wasn’t enough to make an entrepreneur experience a massive shift.

I knew that things like chaotic vibration were getting in the way.

And once I started sharing this with my clients, and teaching them what I now teach hundreds and hundreds of our students, they got exponential results in our Business School.

This week’s 5-minute video outlines what’s absolutely, positively, supercalifragilisticexpialidociously necessary for you to gain massive traction in your business and move to that next level.

Without it, you’ll stay where you are.

I’d love to hear your thoughts, OK? Please post a comment below.

With deep appreciation for who you are and the work you’re here to do.


You've known for some time that a transformation is needed for you to grow your business, income and impact.

Perhaps we should talk?

Comments 3

  1. This is great but how do you reprogram the subconscious then…or is that even what you need to do? Should you just be more authentic and really know yourself?

  2. Hmmm… I don’t understand why you had to put ‘Marketing doesn’t work” as your title. This post is clearly about getting into the right mindset to do, well, anything. If you are not in the right mindset in business or your day job then results are hard to come by. The ‘Marketing doesn’t work’ headline looks like it’s nothing more then clickbait. Which is a shame.

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