Dark Horse: noun
Definition: 1) A usually little known contender (as a racehorse) that makes an unexpectedly good showing.
Definition: 2) A person that reveals little about himself or herself, esp. someone who has unexpected talents or skills.
I have got a buddy.
A few years ago, he made a risky move and decided to quit what he was doing so he could start up his own business.
A long while goes by.
(This is the point when the other you in the back of your head starts talking to you, and calling you a dummy for making such a bad choice.)
But he kept at it.
Nobody believed in him.
Pretty soon, he’s making around $700/mo.
Not a lot, but it’s a start right?
That first decent month in online earnings is ALWAYS a thrill.
Fast-forward a few years later and he’s now running one of the most successful businesses in his industry, and it’s doing $1-$2 mil a month.
He’s what we’d call a prime example of a Dark Horse.
And I’d bet you’re a dark horse too.
You have got some skills, expertise, unique experiences and stories to share with the world.
All you need is an outlet.
A racecourse to run on.
Well, the buddy I told you about has put together a very powerful program that I think could help.
And right now, he’s even giving you a coach to work with you and help you grow your business super fast.
It’s a great opportunity, and if you haven’t checked it out yet, I’d thought I’d pass the link along for you to do so if you’d like.
Listen to the “message” in that MTTB presentation and I think you’ll benefit immensely from it.
To your success,
There are a LOT of dark horses inside of this program. Folks that did not “expect” to do so well because of their lack of experience and success, and much to their own surprise, they’re doing amazingly well and are making big commissions.
Now it’s your turn.
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