Sam OvensThe Sam Ovens Consulting Accelerator claims that in just 42 days, you can land a client and be well on your way to earning a six to seven figure income by becoming a consultant. In addition to the training, you will get a booklet that includes an agenda, sales script and notepad when you are talking to potential prospects for your business, and you can join a private Facebook group where weekly question sessions are held by the members of the Facebook consulting community.
I really liked the sound of the course after viewing the lengthy webinar because I was halfway through another online course and some of the elements (the 25 hours of Facebook ad training) were very appealing to me but I wasn't able to commit another $1997 for another course at that time.
Sam made approximately 90% of his $65 million net worth through facebook ads, and he explains the system he uses in week 5. Your facebook ads skills don't matter until you have a proof of concept, but the best PPC experts I know say they've taken $10k facebook ads courses that aren't nearly as good as the week 5 material.
What was cool about how I started in the world of online business was that I was able to get my first coach through this local lead generation coaching program - where the mastermind behind it all was a simple, humble man that established successful service-based businesses multiple times over; and he basically told me everything he knows.
I do Lead Generation for small businesses(My company site: ), where I don't technically do most of the manual work anymore because I have 4 people hired for me including 2 full-time virtual assistants from the Philippines, but it is still all in-house meaning I'm not contracting it out or outsourcing to a different company, like what Sam Ovens has done or teaches in his course.
I reckon it must've seemed a lot easier, and a lot less stressful, than trying to build another successful business product or service from the ground up, what with no guarantees, and from the way Sam tells it, how close he came to the financial precipice.
However, one has to question why some other people are jumping into the business model when they probably haven't had as much success - let alone enough proof for success - to be regarded as achieving a mastery level of experience in their respective discipline… especially with what they're trying to coach others in being proficient with.
On the other hand, someone else who might be reading this could be someone who already enjoys success in business ventures of their own - whether online or not - and are simply considering expanding their already successful portfolio of business ventures.
The best I can advise anyone taking this training is to go step by step, do not try to move forward because you have to focus on what you are doing at the moment, so it is important to have consulting.com a diary and plan every day of what what are you going to do, remember that this is not a career, this is a process that will take time until you develop as the consultant you want to be.
Purportedly, Ovens earns over four million dollars each year assisting business owners in some capacity, although he doesn't talk much about what he consults on. According to another review website, Ovens mentions in a webinar that he was paid $1000 to revamp a website by his first ever client.
I do have a lead in that I'm helping my brother-in-law build an online presence for his roofing business which will be a good start for me to attract local clients who want a brand new online presence or who could improve their online business so this idea of being a consultant is very interesting.