“My method is the best way”
“New juice diet/cleanse/fast is the quickest way to lose weight”
“The metabolic masterclass to get in shape”
First of all, it’s just annoying.
You know what I’m talking about. It’s an ego battle at the top and people have to make money, so they apply all sales tactics to separate you from your hard earned cash.
The issue is that it comes at the expense of too many naïve men looking for the quick fix.
You want to lose the man boobs and you have to do something FAST.
While most of these programs will give you a quick fix for your problem, they almost always won’t help you keep those man boobs away for good.
I don’t know about you, but most men don’t want to only lose their man boobs for a holiday. They would certainly rather not have them at all, ever.
So, who do you give your money to? Who do you invest in to get you what you want?
· They have to be able to get you what you want.
If they promise you something without anyone ever getting the results they promise, then it’s literally a gamble. Look for social proof, testimonials, pictures, positive reviews.
Another point to note is that if they have 1 million followers and only a handful of testimonials, their average result is low. For every good result they may have, there might be 10, 20 or even more failures.
People not completing a program isn’t always a sign that it is bad, sometimes life just doesn’t allow it. Even more so if you have a career and family.
· The program or product should offer clear, actionable steps for you do apply.
If there is lots of graphics and text, you can be overwhelmed and not know where to start. Every program should have a process for you to follow.
Look for a “system” or methodology that will help you reach your goals.
· It should be good value for money.
This doesn’t mean cheap. Good value for money means you will get what you pay for.
Remember this person’s time, energy and years of experience, as well as education went into creating a product for you.
Also note that there’s free advice everywhere. The answer to your problem is out there without having to spend a penny. However, you don’t value it if it’s free.
Sometimes paying more than the market average is good as it means you commit yourself more to the process, and that alone will get you better results.
· The program should have some form of education.
Without education, when the program or plan stops, you are left with no game plan on how to keep the results you’ve worked so hard to get.
There should be some form of learning of what you’re doing and, more importantly, WHY you are doing it. For example, on any fat loss plan, the main focus, regardless of juicing, fasting, low carb or whatever, should be a Calorie deficit.
That way, you learn the principles of what you are trying to achieve as well as the specific plan so you can transition into a maintenance phase when you’re finished.
· Do you like their methodology and conversation?
If someone is selling the best product in the world but you can’t relate, or you really don’t like them and the way they communicate, you probably won’t buy from them.
All these points come down to the 3 key principles of buying from someone, you have to know, like and trust them. Without these 3 points in place you will struggle to part with your hard-earned cash.
I have a few recommendations of people out there, however, your needs are specific to you so it would be hard to recommend a general product.
Lots of factors come into play here, your experience level, current body composition as well as current lifestyle.
General programs will help you at the start of your journey but the deeper you go, the more specific needs you will have to get addressed.
If you want more information on where to look and who is good out there, leave a comment below or you can contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org
Fabio is a health and wellness coach that changes business mens life without sacrificing the things they love.