How To Teach A Profitable Kick-Butt DIY Class
Yes! I’m ready to make money doing what I love, fill my DIY classes like a rock star,
and teach a DIY class that has them coming back for more!!!
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"Guide to Teaching a Profitable, Kick Butt DIY Class",
- Step-By-Step GUIDE To Making Money From My DIY
- Things To Consider Before Creating A Class
- Setting The Price So That You Make Money, Rather Than Lose It
- Getting People To Sign Up
- Setting Up Your Class (The Day Of)
- Keep Them Coming Back For More!
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If the Guide to Teaching a Profitable, Kick Butt DIY Class doesn’t show me exactly how to make money doing what I love… if it doesn’t take me by the hand, step-by-step and show me how to fill my classes like a rockstar… or if it fails to take all the guesswork out of teaching a DIY class, then I understand that I will receive a full refund, No Questions Asked!
I understand that the regular price for all this is $47…
But, when I act now, because Rachel’s been EXACTLY where I am now, you’ve made it affordable. I know you want me to download the guide, review and get a class up and running in no time! For all of this, I get everything for only $19.97!
To your success,
Rachel Elise Trimble
P.S. – Every minute you wait to get the “Guide to Teaching a Profitable, Kick Butt DIY Class” is another minute you’ll be leaving cash on the table, and always wonder, “What if?” Put the power of “Guide to Teaching a Profitable, Kick Butt DIY Class” to work for you so you can quickly and easily make money doing what you love, fill your classes like a rock star, and have them coming back for more!!
P.P.S. – But don’t just take my word for it…
“I loved the content, I believe it is very informative to assist anyone wanting to begin teaching.
[The] Cost of $19.97 is very reasonable & worth the investment. Anyone could make that back with the first class. Having examples of costs associated with each class is so helpful. You know your costs to begin & can see ROI 2nd, 3rd & 4th classes.
For me the most important thing from content is setting the price of a class. I currently teach textile classes, it’s very easy to forget small items that can add up & not get included in cost. At the end of the day I may have spent more than I considered thus not charging enough for the class.
I plan to incorporate this guide going forward with any class I teach.
Thank you Rachel for a great product & your knowledge.”
Sheila Burks, the owner of Pheona’s in Missouri and a textile DIY instructor