Something I have been seeing a lot of online.
People who want to teach people how to get a certain result and they haven't got the results they are aiming to teach.
Here's an example...
One of my mentors told me a story about how he hopped on a coaching call with a guy who wanted to make more sales for his business.
He asked the guy how much he was currently generating per month.
His answer was 500 bucks.
He asked what he was teaching...
His answer was how to make six figures a year.
How in the world can someone who only makes around six grand a year teach anyone how to make six figures a year.
Its no wonder why he was struggling to make more sales.
He couldn't speak about what he was teaching with absolute confidence.
And this is how you kill your credibility - even if you don't have it.
Browse around and I'm sure you find someone who is asking others how to get more traffic - while advertising a free report or webinar on how to get more traffic.
It makes no damn sense and really needs to stop.
Not just for the industry you may be involved in but for your sake as well.
I mean if other people see you asking questions about something and see you advertising for the answer to that question - what do you think other people would think?
That you are F.O.S. (I'll leave it to you to figure out what that means)
Moral of the story.
Start teaching people what you currently get results doing. Advertise for that first then scale once you get other results.