Stop being a “Lone Ranger”​

NAME: Tate Lounsbery
LEVEL: NextLevel Scale™
BUSINESS: Lounsbery Law Office
LOCATION: El Cajon, CA
Rating:
5/5

DESCRIPTION

Tate Lounsbery is a solo attorney and most of the work in his practice is done by himself. He found himself gathering a lot of marketing ideas from different gurus, but he had trouble choosing which marketing strategies that would be the best for his practice.

Not only that, but he felt like a “lone ranger” trying to figure out how to grow his business all by himself. Tate decided to take the plunge and join NextLevelBusiness. He’s glad he did.

The mentoring has been extremely beneficial for Tate because it’s helped him grow his business without floundering or faltering. But he also loves the resources he getting with NextLevelBusiness.

TRANSCRIPT

I'm a solo attorney, and most of my work in my practise is done by myself, so my marketing ideas, even though I've done a lot of work in gathering market ideas from the gurus and doing a lot of learning, pretty much all of that learning has been done alone. Yeah, really a Lone Ranger type situation.

Before joining Next Level Scale, probably the hardest thing for me was knowing which marketing strategies to use. There are as many grains of sand as there are on the beach, that's how many marketing strategies there are, and which ones are working the best together is critical, and that was really difficult for me to know what would be best for my practise.

When I was invited to apply to join Next Level Scale I didn't know if it was right for me. I thought it wasn't right for me, actually is the better way of putting it. I was really hesitant to join because of the investment, the amount of the investment, and whether the solution provided and Next Level Scale would be sufficient to meet my needs and would actually propel me forward in my business. Since joining Next Level Scale I can see, because it is obvious that those concerns, those doubts, whatever I hesitated for… Those really should not have been reasons to hesitate. The return of your investment is well worth it. It's been way more than worth it for me.

The mentoring is a huge part of it, just the ideas on how to progress which step to take at which time, in terms of the order of which action you take when. That alone is worth the investment into Next Level Scale because it helps you order your business in a way that can grow the way you need it to grow without floundering, without faltering, so that was one thing. The other thing is, in addition to the mentoring, is the resources that you get. The IP, the tools. All state-of-the-art, high calibre, high class stuff. It would take me way more money, way more time, way more research if I were trying to put all that together myself, and now it's all just packaged and done for me, and I have it. It's great.

The reason to join Next Level Scale is, for me, is the way it helps you transform not just your business. I mean, that's the obvious part of it, but it's the way it helps you transform as a person, as a business owner. The mindset, the goals, the mission setting, the way you communicate with those around you. Not just your business associates, but your personal associates as well. That's been, I think, probably the most transformational aspect of Next Level Scale and the most transformational benefit, I would say, that I've gotten out of it. Totally appreciate Oli and all his hard work. 100% appreciate his staff, his team. They are all awesome people who do awesome work, and my hat's off to them and my sincere appreciation.

Because of Next Level Scale what I have in my business is a full-stack, automated marketing system. It's ready to go, and that would not have happened this quickly had I not been a member of Next Level Scale. Maybe I could have done it in a couple of years of basically tweaking with my campaigns. Probably it would have cost me, I would say, probably triple the amount of investment that I put into Next Level Scale, just my advertising alone, and doing it the wrong way multiple times. That would have cost me probably three times the investment of Next Level Scale.

How To Grow A Hyper Profitable Online Education Business

Get proven systems, tools and coaching to explode your business, FAST!

How To Grow A Hyper Profitable Online Education Business

Get proven systems, tools and coaching to explode your business, FAST!

NAME: Michael King

BUSINESS: Lasik Marketing Agency

RATING:
5/5

NAME: Chen Yen

BUSINESS: Fill My Holistic Practice

RATING:
5/5

NAME: Doug Foley

BUSINESS: Foley Media

RATING:
5/5

NAME: Steve Hernsberger

BUSINESS: Hernsberger Law

RATING:
5/5
From confusion to clarity
RATING:
5/5

NAME: Michael King

LEVEL: NextLevel Scale™

BUSINESS: Lasik Marketing Agency 

LOCATION: Gig Harbor, WA

DESCRIPTION:

Michael King fell into a common trap most service-based businesses run into: he was getting an abundance of clients but everything fell on his shoulders when it came to implementation.

Replace uncertainty with unstoppable momentum toward your goals
RATING:
5/5

NAME: Chen Yen

LEVEL: NextLevel Scale™

BUSINESS: Fill My Holistic Practice 

LOCATION: Phoenix, Arizona

DESCRIPTION:

Chen Yen was feeling frustrated with things that weren’t working in her business. She helps her clients (medical practitioners) attract a waiting list of patients. But she couldn’t seem to get over the hump in her own business.

Make your mission your reality
RATING:
5/5
NAME: Doug Foley

LEVEL: NextLevel Scale™

BUSINESS: Foley Media
 

LOCATION: Denton, Texas

DESCRIPTION:

Doug Foley runs a successful advertising agency and a popular podcast called the Happiness of Pursuit Podcast. He is passionate about helping entrepreneurs succeed because of what happened to his father and brother in their respective businesses.

30% increase in growth in just 2 months
RATING:
5/5

NAME: Steve Hernsberger

LEVEL: NextLevel Scale™

BUSINESS: Hernsberger Law 

LOCATION: Austin, Texas

DESCRIPTION:

Steve Hernsberger is an attorney who hit a plateau in his business. Like most attorneys, he was a one-person show and the success or failure of his business rested on his shoulders.