Hi everybody. This is Tracy Ennis in Kansas City, and I wanted to take a moment to do a short testimonial for Sam Oven's Consulting Accelerator. And I want to let you know that my life before this program was an up and down. I'd go and get a bunch of business and then I would go do the business. And then I would go get a bunch of business. And so, during this process, it took me a couple weeks to go through the program. I'm one of those that I kind of jump in and I dive in head first.
I did not use all of the program, but what I did use of the program was the Strategy Session scripts and I'm going to tell you, even though I didn't follow it to the letter, it made a tremendous difference in how I close and how many clients that I closed. I also did not use the Facebook advertising, but I did go through the program and it is top notch. And I know that Facebook changes all the time, but this, I'm telling you is ... it is crucial that you go through this because once I get into that Facebook realm, it's going to explode, explode, explode.
He does a fantastic job of teaching it. Better than some of the other programs that I've purchased. My life after, I'm going to tell you what, right now, things are starting to be more consistent because he puts you on a schedule. First you go through a mind set, and then he says, "OK, now you need to start scheduling things." You know, I kind of knew it in my head, but actually doing it and hearing it. There's accountability with the Facebook group. And I had an accountability partner that said, "Look, you need to put 30, 60, 90 days put together." And I did.
And so would I recommend his program? 100% recommend his program. But what I'm going to tell you is, if you don't do the work, you're not going to get any clients out of it. Do the work. And you've got an amazing community in Facebook. And lots of their people there are willing to help you, whether it's starting with your niche or trying to decide what it is that you want to do in the consulting world, to closing, to moving forward and scaling up.
So, thank you Sam Ovens. Sorry that this is a little bit grainy, but I couldn't get any better lighting.