A True Success Story: Ted McGrath and Message to Millions
In an ocean of online business, the internet is inundated with smiling faces who have found success and can show you how to find it, too. You might see Ted McGrath and cast him off as just another sales-help guru.
And you’d be right.
The guy knows his stuff. Here’s the rundown:
– Economics degree in 1999
– Six years as an insurance salesman
– Then BAM! Started selling his knowledge and has been THE Ted –
– McGrath for more than a decade.
– Oh, and he is an author.
– And don’t forget – the coach of Message to Millions
Ted McGrath has mastered the art of entrepreneurship by making a successful living selling his expertise to customers who want to buy his services. It’s a simple business formula, but he has artfully mastered it.
When presented with opportunities that seem too good to be true, we often cast them aside as predatory empty gimmicks. But maybe that skepticism is what keeps us at home reading about HIS success instead of living our own.
Ted McGrath does not offer an empty gimmick. Ted Mcgrath delivers.
What the guy is selling is his advice. If you go to his website or seminars or blogs trying to find the product of success that you THINK he is trying to sell you, you’re doing it wrong.
– Why do we go to Toyota to buy compact cars? Because they know the business.
– Why do we go to Twitter for pops of social media? Because they know the business.
– Why do we go to Target for general home goods? Because they know the business.
You see where I am going with this?
– Why do we go to Ted McGrath for transformation? BECAUSE HE KNOWS THE BUSINESS.
Ted McGrath Will Not Make You Rich
Neither Ted McGrath’s presence nor the bill for his services will make you rich. It’s true. If that deflates your hopes even a little bit about the guy, then I have done you a good deed because you were setting yourself up for failure.
A disclaimer on his website even makes it quite clear that success is not guaranteed. It emphasizes the very same thing you have been told your entire life, especially if you are a hard-working American:
To be successful, you have to work hard to be good at something that other people are willing to pay for.
Why should I pay Ted McGrath to explain his success to me? If I don’t get anything out of, what’s the point? These are questions you may be asking yourself.
And here’s where his genius sparks:
Ted McGrath is going to tell you his life story and then use that to make money. For himself.
Then he’s going to teach you how to capitalize on your own life story in your own business. (Hence Message to Millions: millions of people and millions of dollars.)
He is demonstrating his ace-in-the-hole.
He is showing you his secret weapon.
He is exchanging his upper hand in sales for your investment in your own success. It’s a win-win.
Message to Millions: a Message that Matters
What I think is special about this particular program is the call to action for entrepreneurs to make an impact on humanity and the world. He’s not just selling a one-time seminar; he’s inspiring those who are just on the cusp of a big break to remain steady. That’s all business success is, isn’t? Getting up more times than you fall down.
For those of you who are in a position to undergo the Message to Millions training program, you can expect to pay $1997 for the course. That looks like a large chunk of cash, doesn’t it? Let me put it in perspective:
– That’s really only six bucks a day. (And an exponential amount of potential income in return- Just make sure you’re earning at least 7 a day, and then you’re golden.)
– Cost of a course at Harvard: $ 5,852 (Doesn’t even get you a degree)
– The amount of money spent on eating out in a year $2,787 (Individual meals that don’t even feed you for the week)
It clearly IS a large sum of money to part with, but the skills you will learn will offer an exponential return on investment.
Ted Mcgrath and his Message to Millions program are definitely not for everyone, but the training program has lots to offer. It might just be the push you need to finally take off.