2012 Personal Coaching Programme

After many requests for help I’ve received from people this year about how to set up their sites, how to create a product, how to outsource it, how to build a mailing list etc, I’m finally able to offer a coaching programme.

Unlike some marketers who only make their money by coaching others, I’m the real deal.  I’m like you.

On Wednesday 7th December I’ll make an announcement as to how you can sign up for coaching with me.

This will be a little different to the usual “run-of-the-mill” progammes as you’ll be getting direct access to me via Skype or phone. And I’ll also expect you to be open to doing other projects with me under my guidance, as a joint venture partner.

It will be an ongoing 12 month programme, although you will have at least one product and web site at the end of the first 60 days coaching.  Depending on how fast you can work, there’s no reason why you couldn’t have at least two products and web sites (it’s up to you), and you’ll soon learn how you can create one per week with a bit of effort.

One per week?

Well, long time readers of this blog will know that’s almost exactly what I’ve been doing over the last couple of years.  And I also know there are people reading this that have bought pretty much everything I’ve ever released.

You’ll learn how you can move fast and achieve the same kind of results as I do.  There have been many times where I’ve had the idea on Monday and delivered the product on Friday.

The focus will be in the IM niche and will be on product creation, traffic, list building, outsourcing and earning lots of money.

Due to the very personal nature of the coaching, you will be one of only 10 people that I’ll be working with. I don’t believe I can offer you the kind of attention you need to succeed with any more than that.

I know that some people will want to know how much the personal coaching will cost, and my first (and experienced) response to that is if you’re serious about succeeding online it shouldn’t matter.  You’re simply coming at it from the wrong point of view.

This is NOT an expense, it’s an INVESTMENT.  In you.

There’s never been anything more true than “you have to give to get”, so just put it on your credit card and pay it back out of the profits.

Let me put this into perspective.  A few years ago I paid something like $10,000 for coaching, and although I didn’t get everything that was advertised (shrugs) and a lot of it was unnecessary (shrugs again) I still consider that the BEST investment I ever made.

I paid for it on my credit card and maxed it out.  The credit card company being the evil swines they are then upped my limit, but that’s another story.

All I want to say here is, I’m NOT going to be asking you for anything like the $10,000 I paid.

This is SERIOUSLY affordable if you’re SERIOUS about making a go of it online.  I don’t know, maybe you’ve had a bit of a skirmish already with creating a product, but it didn’t go anywhere?

We can fix that.

On Saturday I’ll tell you something very personal about me that I’ve shared with maybe two or three people over the last few years.

I’ll publicly explain how and WHY I got into marketing, and what drove me to do what I now do, and why my options became limited and why I HAD to do what I do.

Who knows?  You may have a similar story.

Please leave a comment with your thoughts.

-Frank Haywood

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Kathleen Gresham

Sounds wonderful. I so wish I could participate. Maybe in the next go round….

Frank Haywood

Hi Kathleen,

Thanks for your vote of confidence. 🙂

However, I don’t do this very often and so there may not be a next time. The last online coaching I did like this was four years ago. Half of the people from that time went on to do better things, and when I see them online from time to time they still thank me for that time I spent with them.

I know that one of the things I’m good at is encouraging people to take a risk and make it work. And to always look at the positive of any situation.

Even when things go bad, as they do sometimes, there’s always something good you can get out of it. I help people get into that mind set. 😉

As an example, I hired someone part time about three months ago as I could see from her resume that she was intelligent, open and honest, and I’ve encouraged those aspects in her and spent time explaining the 80:20 rule and various other little ways of looking at the world that go towards making it a better place. (It’s all in the mindset.)

Two or three weeks ago and completely out of the blue, she thanked me and said she’d learned far more from me than she ever expected to and then agreed to work full time for me from March, which I’m thrilled about. What she’s doing for me isn’t the career path she envisaged when she started her degree in computer science, but I think I’ve bought out the best in her and made her enthusiastic about what we do here. One day she’ll be a force to reckon with and I’ll do what I can to get her there.

I think I can help most people in that way if they let me, let alone with all the marketing stuff and productivity that’s crammed in my head. 😉


Malcolm Desborough

Over the years I bought various packages from you and have been pleased with my purchases. How you regularly come up with new, valuable ideas and concepts beats me but I’d love to learn from you, so I will be watching the screen closely next Wednesday!



Frank Haywood

Hi Malcolm,

I know you have. 😉

I have ideas all the time, and the trick is to write them down no matter how poor they might be to begin with as they nearly always evolve into something much better. Come back and read the post on Saturday and I’ll explain some of my background and why I am who I am – how I got here.


Jonathan Paston

I’ve been coached by Frank many years ago and can attest to the fact that he is very thorough about his training.

I’ll be watching what you have in mind, Frank!

Frank Haywood

Hi Jonathon,

Thank you so much for the vote of confidence, I really appreciate it.

Things have changed for me since then, and with it the realisation that I couldn’t do it all on my own. I’ve spent two years developing the ability to find good online hires, and I’m now confident I can spot the good from the bad, you just need to look out for those little signals that tell you what to expect.

If you’re up for a second round with me, we can focus on the new stuff I’ve picked up and help you get some low cost online staff to take on some of the work for you that I know you’re doing yourself. 😉


Sounds great Frank,

I have bought nearly everything you released the last year and like your products.

So we have to see what you will come up with next week.

Take care and thanks for all help / Lars

Frank Haywood

Hi Lars,

As I’ve said in previous replies, thank you and thanks for the vote of confidence. What I can definitely help you with is having ideas, developing them and then getting the product created and out there.

I won’t BS you. It takes work and it doesn’t just happen. There’s nothing push button about running a business, and it all revolves around you. If you can focus on the positive and push away the negative, and follow the 80:20 rule and keep your brain humming, you can do some amazing things just by “keeping on keeping on.”

I can show you how to recognise what the 20 is and how to leverage it to get things moving fast. 😉