As I’m writing this, it’s coming up to a year since I joined YB12. It is a decision I made with no regret, in fact, one that I get more appreciative of as time goes by. I saw the potential with the business model right away. You have programs already prepared for you. You are trained in how to facilitate them and are shown the ABC of how to market yourself. When I did my certification as a Life Coach, very little emphasis in the training was on how to market your business. In my opinion, though, that is just as important as having the skills. The beauty of the YB12 program is that you are fully supported with your business growth, though you don’t have to be a qualified coach to do the business, just a strong desire to help people with their personal development.
The most impressive thing about YB12 is that the focus is not all about the money. This is not another company getting on the personal development bandwagon. The driving force behind YB12 is a genuine desire to help people become all they aspire to be. This philosophy starts with CEO and founder John Grant and permeates down to each individual YB12 coach.
How many business opportunities are there where you get to help people, work your own hours, have negligible outlay for marketing or any other start-up costs, and make a good living for yourself? For the person with the right mindset and attitude, becoming a YB12 coach is a no brainer!