I know that when you see my body, the first thing you think is, “Cage fighter.” Given the state of my core, it’s hard not to assume I’m proficient at mixed martial arts or at least some sort of obstacle course where you pay money to have people throw you in mud and shock you with electricity.
But I’m not a cage fighter.
You’re probably thinking of John Hackleman. He’s the one who runs The Pit, one of the top training dojos in the world. Don’t believe me though, ask UFC legend Chuck Liddell, who John has trained since 1993.
Why do I know John? Because he signed up for the 30 Days of Hustle Challenge. Here’s what he had to say about it:
Now, if you’re thinking my 30 day video course is just for cage fighters, I’d like to introduce you to Rae Ann Parker. She’s writing a book and said this about the challenge:
We’ve heard from one cage fighter, one book writer and now it comes to you.
Why should you join the 30 Days of Hustle Challenge?
I could say the 30 different videos you get, the 8,000 word workbook that is jam packed with tips, or the helpful checklist, but I think the biggest reason to join is the community.
As a member of the 30 Days of Hustle Challenge you get access to one of the most encouraging private communities on the Internet. I said that approximately 97 times in 2015, but here’s Ingrid Griffin’s opinion on it:
Why does community matter? Community calls us to heights we cannot call ourselves.
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All this feedback was unsolicited. (As a general rule you shouldn’t try to force a cage fighter to do anything.)
But, when I asked the January members if they’d recommend the challenge to a friend, here was the response:
Why am I telling you all of this? Because we’re doing a February round and registration opens today!
Starting on February 1, I’m going to take a whole new group of people through the most inspiring, content rich goal crushing video course on the planet. (I was going to say “in the galaxy” but they just discovered a 9th planet and who knows what they’re up to.)
The course is worth $1,000, but I’m only charging $90 for it this week. On Friday night, it closes.
Does your goal need a boost?
Do you want to get unstuck?
Do you want to do something that thousands of cage fighters and book writers and accountants and firemen and stay at home moms have already loved?
P.S. There’s a 30-day money back guarantee. Simply put, if you don’t love it I’ll give you every penny back!