Franchise coaching veteran Tad Sweetbreath has come up with the best idea (In this bloggers opinion) this year.
A coaching franchise for franchise coaches.
C4FC's is the name of his concept. Snappy, huh?
Let's think about this for a moment. If you have read any of the articles about the franchise coaching industry that have been published, you'll notice a common theme;
A lot of folks who invested in coaching franchises have either gone out of business, or are struggling. Tad knows why;
"Joel, they were never trained right, and I aim to change that, " he said.
I pressed Tad about what he plans on doing. Here's what he said;
"I am going to make men out of these folks. I don't even care if they are women! If they were sold on the idea that all they have to do is find prospects who will gladly pay $2,000, $3,000, even $6,000 a month for their services, but they can't seem to find easy prey, I'll show them how to bait their hooks, and find those darn fish.
It's easy..I have developed a boot camp just for them. If they are average at sales, or worse-below average, I will show them how it's done. My techniques are not for the meek. "
I asked Tad to to elaborate. Here's what he said, and this may be controversial;
"Joel, have you ever heard the saying that if you don't sell, you don't eat?"
I said "yes, of course I have."
Well my in my C4FC's Boot Camp, if they don't learn how to sell the way that I teach them, I won't feed them. The program lasts 13 weeks, and they could lose some serious weight if they don't learn how to do things my way."
That may seem harsh folks, but Tad added that "Is not eating for 12-13 weeks worse that investing in a coaching franchise that you never should have invested in? Talk about not eating..."
Tad may be on to something.
Total investment for the C4FC's franchise is $75,000
To learn more, you may write to him at his Las Vegas estate;
Master Tad Sweetbreath
65667 North Tracy Blvd.
Las Vegas, Nevada 89166