The Make More Offers Challenge with Dr. Myron Golden is a five day coaching intensive for entrepreneurs. Myron coaches CEOs and business professionals looking to grow seven to eight-figure businesses and income. In this interview Myron interviews one of the MMOC attendees, Nate Jones, about her success with the coaching program.
Make More Offers Challenge Makes Another Millionaire
Myron Golden: Nat, welcome. How are you?
Nat Jones: Thank you. I’m great. How are you?
Myron: I am utterly fantastic. I’m going to ask you a couple of questions. Before you came to the Make More Offers challenge, what did you do for a living? Like, who are you?
Nat: Who am I? I like long walks on the beach. No, I’m just kidding. I’m a master facilitator. Corporations hire me to conduct workshops for them to plan their problems strategically. It pays well, but it needs to be more and far between the projects.
Myron: It was like feast and famine.
Nat: Feast and famine.
Myron: When it was good, but when it was terrible, then–
Nat: It wasn’t perfect.
Myron: How did you learn about what we do, and how did you know about the Make More Offers Challenge? First, how did you find out about us? Like, you’d never heard of me before.
Nat: Well, no, I hadn’t heard of you. This is funny, Myron. I don’t feel it anyway. I was looking for Myles Munroe on YouTube because I had been binge-watching about the Kingdom. I must have typed something wrong or right.
Myron: Or right.
Nat: Up popped your thumbnail, and I started watching your content, and I was like.
Myron: Wow, on YouTube?
Nat: Where have you been all my life? Yes. Everything you talked about is where I was in my life.
Nat: I was tired of being broke and looking for solutions, and you had all the answers.
Myron: Well, that might be a slight overstatement, but I’ll take it, at least for now. We’ve discovered a couple of things. First, you started watching our YouTube videos, and then how did you find out about the challenge?
Nat: I started telling people about your videos. I told all my girlfriends about your videos, and then one of my friends, Dana, said, “Hey, he has something called the Make More Offers Challenge. You want to do it?” So I was like, “Yes,” and I signed up. I didn’t even see an ad about it. It was just your YouTube videos sold me, and anything that you were going to present; I was going to take.
Nat: She told me about it, sent me the little ad, and I got my ticket.
Myron: Did you do the General Admission or the VIP?
Nat: I go all the way. I did VIP Platinum.
Myron: You did VIP Platinum?
Myron: For those who don’t know what that means, we have General Admission, and that’s people who can watch the challenge in the Facebook group. We have VIPs who get an hour of Q&A before the challenge starts each day for five days. Then, we have VIP Platinums, and the Platinum is also the most pricey one.
The General is $97. The VIP is $297, and the Platinum is an extra $300 on top of the VIP, which is $597. The Platinums get to ask questions, and I remember you were a Platinum because I remember you asking me a question. I don’t know what the question was.
Nat: No, but it works. Here I am.
Myron: That’s pretty funny. You asked me a question. I answered the question. You went and took the challenge. One of the things we do in the Make More Offers challenge– I wonder if this helped you decide. One of the things we do in the Make More Offers challenge is if somebody enrolls in the challenge as a VIP, we give them what I call ten times better than a money-back guarantee.
It’s like if you feel you got less than ten times the value, at least ten times the value you paid. In other words, you paid $297. So if you feel like something other than what you learned was worth at least $2,970, we will refund you at the end of the week. Did you want to refund at the end of the week?
Nat: I wanted to avoid getting a refund at the end week.
Myron: She didn’t want a refund at the week’s end.
Nat: I wanted to give you more money.
Myron: You wanted to give me more money. I’m not mad about it. Nat came through the challenge. How was that experience? Have you ever been to challenges before or webinars, or anything?
Myron: None of that?
Nat: I’ve done webinars but need something to remember or discuss.
Myron: How was the experience of the challenge for you? Did you think, like, “Is it going to be boring? Is it going to be interesting?” What were your thoughts going into it, and then did you have some ‘aha-ness’ while you were going through it?
Nat: The whole challenge was a huge aha. It was too much in a good way. It was just a lot of great information. You’re thinking, “Why didn’t I know this 20 years ago?” I would’ve been rich 20 years ago. You were dropping so many bombs. It was really like trying to drink out of a fire hose. You figure it out. I got so much value out of it—way more than 10.
Myron: Wow. Way more than 10.
Nat: Way more.
Myron: Wow. Let me ask you this. What about the community of people, the people in the challenge with you, the other VIPs, the other Platinums? Talk about what’s that experience like.
Nat: One of the things that I loved about being a VIP Platinum is that I write down my question because I’m ready to ask you the question. Then, someone else asked my question. Oh, I got that answer, and I can write another question. Then, someone else asked that question. I got 10 of my questions answered because of the community of people who thought the way I thought.
Nat: Yes, it wasn’t just one question. I got more for my money.
Myron: That’s what’s up. We offer without any pressure. We don’t do any high-pressure sales at all.
Myron: Do we?
Myron: We don’t do any high-pressure.
Nat: I didn’t feel pressure.
Myron: You didn’t feel pressured at all?
Myron: We make no high-pressure sales. We teach people so much stuff that opens up the floodgates for them that when the challenge is over, for those that don’t want that learning to end, we make them an offer, some of them take it, and some of them don’t. You accepted the offer.
Myron: Was that a pretty good move on your part?
Myron: We already discussed that you got a $1.6 million contract. Let’s talk about this. What’s the best year you ever had financially before taking the Make More Offers challenge? I don’t know. I’ve never asked her this question before. You all are going to find out when I find out.
Nat: I didn’t mean to go.
Myron: But you did?
Nat: Yes, that’s correct. I have never made more than– I don’t even think I hit $50,000 a year as an employee.
Nat: Ever. I was around that as an entrepreneur, but it was feast and famine.
Myron: Feast and famine. When it was good, it was good. When it was wrong, it was–
Nat: Yes. When you average it, it was about the same as when I was an employee, but you got the freedom with it, so it feels better. It’s still [unintelligible 00:06:52] no money. [laughs]
Myron: Got you. This $1.6 million contract you and your business partner got is life-changing. Really. It just sets you up.
Nat: I have no words, but I have some comments. Yes, it was life-changing. I didn’t know it was possible, and that quickly, to even have access to that kind of money. I never–
Myron: Let me ask you this. What would you say to people who are watching this video? You see a lot of stuff online, and everybody– there’s some sketchy folks online.
Nat: Oh, Yes.
Myron: Everybody isn’t telling the truth now.
Nat: Oh, no.
Myron: What would you say to folks thinking about, contemplating, and pondering whether or not to do the Make More Offers challenge? What would you say to them and tell them if they think, “Okay, I’m going to do it.” Would they stick their toe in the water, do the General Admission, and do the VIP? Talk to them. Talk to the folks.
Nat: If you are thinking about– if you even have a slight ponder or wonder about the Make More Offers challenge, take that and run full force, full speed ahead with all hands and feet like, I like to say.
Nat: Jump in and get the premium value offer. Pay the most that you can so that you can get the most out of the program. It’s worth it. $297 for General Admission?
Myron: No, that’s for VIP.
Nat: VIP, I’m sorry.
Myron: Yes. $97 for General.
Nat: $97 for General Admission?
Myron: I charge; it’s not an exaggeration; I charge $40,000 an hour for coaching. That week, I dropped over $40,000 worth of coaching on that VIP experience.
Nat: I’m going, to be honest with you. When you were teaching, I would look over my shoulders like, “Is he supposed to be giving us all this knowledge? This doesn’t seem right.” That’s when I had an opportunity to give more money, I’m like, “Let me–”
Myron: People get used to people doing webinars, challenges, virtual events, live events, pretending to teach something, while the whole time, they’re just trying to get you to buy something.
Myron: When I think of that– I think of that as thinking that people are stupid. Like, they don’t know you’re doing that. What if you just really set out to help the people instead? Some people will buy, some people won’t, but you help those who buy more because they believe, but you help those who didn’t buy. You help them, too, because they spent their money and their time to be there. What if you just delivered on the promises? People are smart enough to determine whether you will continue to do the same thing.
Nat: Yes, and like I said, I was drawn in by your YouTube videos.
Nat: There was so much value, just free value, on those videos. When I learned that I could pay for something, I knew it would be even more valuable than that. I had to see that because I’m like, “This is already blowing my mind, the YouTube videos,” so I got even more.
Nat: It was amazing.
Myron: So cool. By the way, today is the first time we’ve ever met in person. I’ve seen you online and on Zoom, but this is the first time I’ve met you.
Nat: Not in person.
Myron: Not in person. Today was the first day, so wow.
Nat: It’s a good day for you.
Myron: It was amazing. You’re hilarious. Because people think, yes, they set that up. I’m like, you live in Orlando.
Nat: I do.
Myron: We’re down here in Tampa. You came down so you could come for some filming that we were doing at our office today because we invited some of our clients, and you came forward, and here we are.
Nat: Here we are. I’m glad to be here.
Myron: I’m glad you’re here. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for sharing your experience with the Make More Offers Challenge with these folks. Guys, we do the Make More Offers Challenge once a month. Regardless of when you’re looking at this– we do it live. It’s not like we’re doing it– We’re not doing it to make money. We make money. We’re not doing it for the money; we’re doing it because we want to make an impact on people’s lives that changes people’s lives who attend this challenge and take some of the advice that we give. Thank you so much for joining us, Nat.
Nat: You’re welcome.
Myron: Thank you for sharing how it’s working for you with the folks.
Nat: No problem. Glad to.
Make More Offers Challenge: VIP Experience
Thank you for joining us today. I want you to join the Make More Offers Challenge. Go to www.makemoreofferschallenge.com. You deserve the VIP experience, so get the VIP experience. A week before the challenge starts, we send out an email so that you can upgrade or a text message so that you can upgrade to Platinum. If you can’t afford the VIP experience, do the $97 General Admission.
The VIP experience comes with a ten times better than a money-back guarantee because we can ensure you’re there. You have to have your camera turned on. You have to be there every day. If you’re doing that, it comes with a ten times better than a money-back guarantee. We’ll give you all your money back if you don’t love it and think it was worth ten times as much. Plus, we’ll let you keep all the bonuses we’ll give you when you get your ticket. We’ll see you on the Make More Offers challenge.