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Beachbody Coach Scam

my family and Carl DaikelerFirst of all, let me get this out of the way, there is no such thing as the Beachbody Coach Scam. It’s interesting how many people think the Beachbody Business is a scam, but from being a coach for over two and a half years, I’ve learned that the people who feel it’s a scam are the ones who have absolutely no idea what the coaching business is all about. More than likely they have had a family member or friend tell them it’s some sort of pyramid scheme or scam, and they are just going by what other people think they know. In fact, I just had one of my best friends get involved not too long ago, and he was just telling me the other day how is parents keep warning him that it’s some sort of scam. Luckily, he has me to explain how the opportunity is not a scam, so he’s going to stay with the business.

Before I became a coach, when I was deciding whether or not I should join up with the Beachbody Business, there were many friends and family who told me that I would never succeed, that it was a scam, it was some sort of scheme to rip me off, etc., etc. Negativity surrounded me, and it was unfortunate, but from being raised the way I was, I made sure I did my research and did what I felt was right, and fortunately, I felt at the time the Beachbody Business was not a scam and was a legitimate opportunity for me to do something I loved doing, and that’s helping other people. If I would have listened to other people and kept thinking that there was a Beachbody Coach scam, then I would never have the life I do today.

What kind of life do I live today? For those of you who don’t know, I’ve been a full-time Beachbody coach for over a year, and went from living paycheck to paycheck to complete financial security, all because I took a chance and became a Beachbody Coach. I was a Financial Adviser out of college, and at the time I thought it was what I wanted to do, but after doing it for a while, I learned that (1) I hated selling, and (2) I hated cold calling. My job felt like a job, and I had always dreamed of a job that didn’t feel like a job, but rather something I enjoyed doing and could have a positive impact on the lives of others, and that’s why I decided to get involved with the Beachbody Business. Beachbody was much different than my financial advising job because I didn’t feel like I was selling anything, but rather recommending things that I have used and have worked for me. It’s very easy for me to talk about Shakeology to others because I’ve used it, gotten results, and so have the people that are closest to me. It’s a product I’m passionate about, and the same goes for P90X. To this day, I have never tried to “sell” anything yet, but I’ve been one of the top in sales in the company for quite some time now. It’s all about recommendations.

Now, I recommend the Beachbody Business like I recommend the products because it’s something I have been very successful at. I feel that anyone can be successful in this business, just as long as they put in hard work, dedication, are truly in it to help others, and understand the importance of learning from their failures and moving forward every single day. Not only was I Top Beachbody Coach 2010, but also the #1 Elite Coach, #2 in Shakeology sales, #1 in the Hang 10 Challenge, and #1 top recruiter. I’ve built an amazing team, one of integrity, and full of people looking to change lives. This business is about helping others, having fun, spending time with the people you care about most, and of course, enjoying a life of financial security.

So, is there a Beachbody Coach Scam? Of course not! This is a legitimate opportunity, and I have seen many, many people completely turn their lives around because of this business. If this is something you might be interested in, we can schedule a call to see if you would be a good fit for my team, Team Next Level. To schedule a call, email me, Josh Spencer, at coachspence8@yahoo.com.

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