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Jun 13, 2023

Genius Webinars


And we are rolling. My name is Jason Fladlin. I'm Rapid Crush, Inc. One-half of its co-founders on behalf of Wilson Mattos, our wonderful CEO, Dolan White, and everyone we call staff and family or whatever we like to refer to them that make up the wonderful company of Rapid Crush.

We welcome you to this training here today on how to create million-dollar webinars. Now, here's my agenda for the day. Just so we're very clear, with expectations right up front in our small amount of time together, my goal is to make a big impact in your life in the following ways.

First, confidence. Create confidence where there was once uncertainty. Second, clarity. We want to have clarity and dissipate the confusion that once resided in your mind. And if we're really lucky, I'm going to unlock within you the true potential that you have to make your debt in the universe, because you have infinite potential within you.

And we're going to see if we can unleash some of that yet. If nothing else, I'm here to make you money. Lots and lots of it. That's what I'm going to do for you. Here's what I need you to do for me. Implementation.

Listen, nothing pains me more than giving you a wonderful solution to your problem, yet running into you several years later and seeing that you're still clinging hopelessly to your problem. I need an implementation mindset today.

I want you to watch this and say, oh, I can use that here, or OOH, I think I can start with this over there. Think in terms of results and actions, not just an intellect mentor of mine and somebody I've done millions of dollars with, with webinars.

Bob Proctor said this that, I think, is so genius. Thoughts become things. If you see it in your mind, you will hold it in your hand. So as we go through the training today, anytime I show you something that excites you.

I want you to commit that you will put it into action the first chance that you can. Do we have a deal? If so, go ahead, locate that chat box, and type in your response there. Say yes. If you can't find a chat box, just say yes out loud.

I don't care if anybody else could hear you or not, but let's get down to business. Okay? Is that okay? Well, here's how today came to be part one. Once upon a time, I joined a group called Genius Network, created by Joe Polish.

I paid $25,000 to be part of it, and a lot of high-level, lot of thought leaders, a lot of intelligent, really solid business people and innovators are part of this group. And I joined in 2014.

In the first event I went to, I showed up. It was from March 27 to March 28, and I applied to do these things called Ten Minute Talks that have the current Genius Network. And this is the email from his assistant Eunice here saying, here's what you do.

Here's how you got to set up for this. And then I submitted it. They say, okay, you could come and talk. And I went there, and I shared amongst this group of thought leaders and really powerful individuals how we utilized webinars to generate the biggest affiliate promotion results of all time in Internet marketing history.

So this was a promotion that we ran that generated $9.89 million in sales in seven days. It exceeded that when the final tally was over $10 million. And so I had broken down. I said these are the techniques that we utilize.

This is how we conceptualize the offer. This is how we utilize webinars to make this amount of sales. And the result of this Ten Minute Talk was I had a lot of these people coming up to me who remember the Genius Network, and they wanted my advice on how to do webinars.

And I'm a pretty open guy, especially back then. I was like, sure, I love to talk about this. I'd love to teach this. I learned by teaching it. So, yeah. So I hopped on the phone with some different people that were part of Genius Network, and just kind of informally just kind of naturally started explaining to them, well, maybe you should try this, or maybe you should do that.

And so one of the people that I talked to, a guy named Garrett Gunderson, I don't know if you ever heard of him. He's a New York Times bestseller. Wrote a great book. Several years ago in the financial space of killing sacred cows.

And Garrett recently sent an email out to a very famous individual. I can't reveal who they are, but you would probably know them if I mentioned their name. And this was the introduction that he gave me.

He said Jason Flemlin is the best in the world at Webinars. He's the only person that doesn't work for our firm directly that we promoted in the last three years, that he crushed it. He is brilliant.

You should know him. And my friend John Carter, who teaches investing dollars, this is what he said. He said, as a result of us informally talking about Webinar strategy, we got to know each other. He says, Last year, I traveled with my family in Italy and had a pass on a last-minute JV opportunity.

Jason hit me up on Skype and asked if he could do the Webinar for me since I would have to pass. I thought, why not? When I got back from Italy, we had $1.5 million in sales in a Tesla in the driveway. So I said, there's something to this.

Imagine what kind of impact I could have if I systemized this. Not just informally or just not onesie. Twosie says, here's an idea, here's a tactic, here's a strategy. What if we took the whole essence of what I did and put it into training?

And that's actually what I did. In October of 2017, we called this genius webinar. I partnered up with Joe Polish. I said let me come. Let me speak to your audience. Each person in the audience paid $4,995.

That's not a made-up value. Every single person that you see in that picture paid that to be there. And for two days for some solid, very in-depth training sessions. We went through the process from start to finish of how I construct and utilize Webinars to make money.

And some of those people, like John Bowen, immediately saw results, like, very quickly. So for him, this is a $200,000 result on something he had never done before, for he'd only sold services. He never sold products.

He. And he is also in the financial space. Nick is in the business coaching space. And he says, Listen, Jason, I used your technique immediately on a live event, and we closed better than we have in the three previous years.

He went from a 15% conversion to a 22% conversion, guys, in the investing space, and he did 17% on his first Webinar. And then on the follow-up, tripled the sales based upon the framework that I showed him.

John Benson, who's in the video sales letter space and the email marketing space, utilized the techniques that I'm about to show you. Did a 20% conversion, mostly cold traffic, on a $997 product with a $ 97-a-month continuity.

And this is what we went through for two days. This was the synthesis of my exact system, made in puzzle format, step by step. That's the first way that this webinar between you and I came to be today.

Here's the second way that it came to be. I was in 100K. This is a group that Joe created. I was one of the first members of it. I paid $100,000 to be part of it. And I showed up in the spirit of value and gratitude.

I said, Joe, is there anything I can do to help you with the very 1st 100K group session ever held? He said, sure, why don't you come once you talk about Webinars? So in that presentation, I broke down a webinar campaign that I'd done just the week before that only had 574 people on.

But of those 154 people said yes to a $12,000 per year software as a service program. And we're only attempting to sell 100 spots. Orders rushed in so fast by the time we took it offline.

We had oversold it by 54 spots. And we're definitely when we say this is going to be the end of it, it's going to be the end of it. But sometimes we can't get there quickly enough. We underestimated the power.

So I broke that down and explained the methodology of how we did that. And would you like to know the results specifically of that webinar campaign? Well, we're going to break that down also on this webinar.

Specifically on this webinar. Here's what we're going to discuss today. I'm going to break down for you the detailed framework I've used over the last eight years that has resulted in $100 million in webinar sales.

I'm also going to show you how in your introduction, you can create more buyer demand than most people do during the entirety of their webinar. You'll also find out about a content formula that I'll teach you on this very webinar that is so useful, you'll utilize it in every teaching moment that you find yourself in.

We're going to break down this major mistake that's probably robbing you blind. Nine out of ten webinar presenters make this very mistake. Here. I'm going to show you how to fix it very simply. It's a trick you play on yourself, and you'll enjoy that as well.

I'm going to give you the close because a lot of people get scared about selling and closing on webinars. I'm going to show you just a fill-in-the-blank formula so you don't have to be creative, you don't have to think about it.

Just follow this step by step. It's like baking a cake. And then we'll also break down a case study on a webinar. I recently did that. Not just put that in there, but we also then followed up and had $2.6 million in billable revenue.

And we're going to break down some of the techniques that made that work here today as well. Now, before we dive in, I have a quick question for you. Why do webinars work so well? What about them makes them so tremendously effective?

What about them makes them so undeniable and so essential to business done online these days? Well, here's why. They're the second most powerful medium for education, only surpassed. By in-person, nose-to-nose, toes to toes interaction.

But the beauty of this is you don't have to leave your room. I didn't leave my house. I did the 50-foot commute, walked upstairs, guessed my wife, and said, I'm going to go hop on this webinar. Boom. Done right.

Here's an even more important reason why webinars work so well. They cater to 20% of the market which represents 80% of the buying power, in every single market. This is a mathematical fact. This is the 80-20 rule if you've ever heard of that.

The law, the vital few, whatever you want to call it, right? Every single market has a small amount of the market segment that spends the majority of the money in that market. And these are the people that are interested in getting on webinars and going deep into education.

They take it seriously, and they're serious about the solutions that are available to them to consider. And here's something that I've used in my business that has served me well, and I'll pass it on to you here the more you serve, the more you can sell.

People don't mind if you're selling them, as long as you're also serving them. And the webinar is a great method for serving because we create value first, we create results first with these webinars, at least if you follow my framework.

And then we ask, do you want to go further? And practically speaking, webinars are the best way, I found to help your audience take action. And that's what gets results. As Tony Robbins said here, the path to success is to take massive, determined action.

I've got to know Tony personally based on some of the powerful stuff I've been able to do with webinars. And I think webinars are the key to really making the world a better place. And if you make your market a better place, you deserve to get wealthy, don't you?

Now, here's my challenge. As we go through this training today day, I have to constantly remind myself that I spent thousands of hours doing webinars. I spent tens of thousands of hours creating those webinars.

I spent countless thousand hours. Thinking about webinars, sleeping, and dreaming about webinars. How do I distill 20,000 plus hours and the total sum of my knowledge into something that you could immediately put into action and have a bottom-line impact the first time that you use it?

Well, here's how. We are just going to break down the formula, make it systematic, and then remove any uncertainty or doubt. It's kind of one of those things. Follow the formula, and get the result.

Right. Would you like to start with step one? Would you like to look at and explore the ins and outs of each of these steps as we go through here? Of course. Let's start with the introduction. The introduction is the first phase of your webinar.

And let me ask you this who here has attended a webinar before this one? I'm going to make an assumption, not a very bold one, mind you, that this is not the first webinar you've ever been on. You've probably been on more than one.

Some of you have probably been on many, many webinars. I've been on many webinars as an attendee before I ever did my first webinar. And here's a follow-up question for you. Do most webinar introductions leave a lot to be desired?

Yeah, they start painful and then they get worse as they go on, don't they? Here's the challenge with the introduction. You only have one chance to make a first impression. You have 5 minutes. You can either dazzle or dull, inspire or annoy, make money, or cost you money.

5 minutes. Just like Mama always said, you only get one chance to make a first impression. Now, here's what an ideal introduction accomplishes. It seizes the attention of the audience. It makes distraction all but impossible.

It communicates that something special is about to happen that will once and for all solve a problem that's afflicting yours dearly. And it holds within it that the future is indeed bright. And you're going to help them realize and make that future a reality.

That's what an ideal introduction does. Unfortunately, most introductions in webinars don't accomplish that. So therefore they don't need and nor do they deserve to make the money. You deserve it instead.

When it comes to doing an introduction, here are the things I accomplish or aim to accomplish in every single introduction for every single sales webinar I've ever created that's ever made any money, they accomplish the following.

And if you don't have a pen or pencil handy, take it out right now, because we are going to break down very specific things that you can utilize. Here are the things that I look to do in my introduction, every single one of them.

No matter what I'm selling, no matter what industry it's selling to, no matter consumer business, to business service, software, information product coaching program, you name it, this is it. Authority, commitment, objections, hope, intrigue.

Accomplish these five things in your first five minutes, and you will not have to do anything else in your webinar, and you can easily double or triple your results. Okay? So of these five, authority is the most important.

This is the one you want to make sure you nail above and beyond anything else. Now, you said, Jason, if you made a study of authority, what would that look like? I will tell you, there are only a few components to authority results, positioning, celebrity, and testimonial.

So when I say I'm going to accomplish authority in my introduction, I'm going to utilize results in some way, I'm going to utilize positioning in some way, I'm going to utilize celebrity in some way, and I'm going to utilize testimonials in some way.

Now, this is not theoretical because I did this very thing in this introduction to this very webinar. How did I achieve this? And it's funny because it's very simple. Once you see it, I like to show and tell.

And this is one of the reasons why I like webinars so much. And this is one of the reasons you need to adopt them in your business if you have any hope of thriving in the future. So, for example, what's this?

This is a result of personal results. It's one way to establish authority. And what are these elements? These are position name things that I pay 25,000 for and $100,000 for. And so I position myself in a very authoritative standpoint of celebrity, right?

Being next to people like Tony Robbins or Bob Proctor and then showcasing these results of people like John Nick Guy and. The other job. Those are testimonials. And I did those seamlessly to help establish authority.

And it's just a checklist, though. People think authority is a vague concept. It's no. It's these four things. And if I accomplish and utilize at least one, hopefully, two, ideally three, we're cooking.

If we do all four of the components of authority, boom, we're well on our way to a killer webinar. And also did every other component in the introduction. And so I created commitment in the introduction.

I said I need you to commit to me to implement what I'm going to show you today. I handled objections in advance. My objection of I'm up here, you're over here. How do we connect? That's one of the objections I handled.

There were others, right? Foster hope for the future. This was one of the very first slides that I showed you here today, and I created mystery and intrigue. Would you like to know how we did this? Here's what's coming up on the webinar, et cetera, et cetera.

This is a very effective strategy for creating a very committed individual to your introduction. Set the tone correctly, make that first impression, show, and get them in a state where they can receive the value you're going to give yet.

It's systematic. I am fully confident you could give me anybody off the streets with the smallest amount of desire to get wealthy. We could put them in front of this, give them some technique, and they could go out there and do it just as well as pretty much anybody.

Because it's a system that I've developed over the last eight years. The ideal introduction accomplishes the following. It sucks each attendee in and puts them immediately into a buying mood. In minutes, communicates something special is about to happen.

An exciting new ride. Attendees are about to go on. Where the destination is more happiness and less suffering, where the future is bright and the potential is unlimited. Question to you, if you did this and nothing else, do you think it would dramatically improve your webinar effectiveness?

Do you think it would help? Do you think it could make the difference between a webinar that just doesn't do anything and one that puts you on a six or seven-figure path? Tougher question. Do you think your audience deserves it?

And every moment that you deny it to them is a moment you're actively participating in their despair. I know how to ask strong questions because this is really important stuff. I am tired of seeing these lackluster webinars out there and they're making money, by the way.

And I still they shouldn't be though. But they do because webinars are effective and you're sitting here with something that you could offer just by being here, just by putting the time in. I know you're more likely to do it right, especially following the system and you're not doing that.

That's the greatest injustice in this plan is to have the ability to help somebody and choose not to, especially when there are a lot of rewards. So you say, Jason, I'm in. Are you in? I hope you're in.

If you're in, start here with your webinar. Your introduction looks like this. How am I going to achieve it already status? I've given you some tips. How am I going to create commitment in the first few minutes?

What is the key objection or objections I'm going to have to address to make this sale later on? And let's bring them upfront. How are we going to make people hopeful that the future is going to be better?

Because a lot of people have problems and challenges that are looking to solve, it's trouble for them to even get up in the morning. And how are they going to say yes to an offer that you're going to make if they don't think the future is going to be better?

So how are we going to foster that hope for the future? And how are we going to create mystery and intrigue to make sure that they stay on the line and they stay paying attention? This is where you start.

You follow this, you immediately start to put a system process where there once wasn't one and you're off to the races. Now here's some extra credit for you. You can't use this magic trick every time, but when you have something super duper special, you can break this out when it matters most.

So the reality of webinars is that success begins. The first word is spoken or the first slide is shown. So remember when I showed you this earlier and I said, listen, we did this webinar the first time we did it, and we grossed like $452,000 in just 2 hours.

billables of over a million dollars from a simple webinar with just a few people on it. Well, there was a trick. The trick. When we asked people to join us on the webinar, we put an extra step in place.

We made them sign an electronic nondisclosure agreement before that they were even allowed to show up. Now, this isn't something you can use every single time. It's something you should only do one or two times a year.

If you have a super powerful, super effective thing that you've already taken out there on a webinar and you know it's effective. Okay, here's my question to you. Do you think this increases the number of people who show up to your webinars?

Yeah. Because you can't sell somebody that ain't there. Right. Do you also think it makes them more committed from the get-go to take what you're saying seriously? Yeah, naturally. And will this lead to more sales, if nothing else?

It will. We call this persuasion. The great Robert Chaldini, who I had the pleasure of meeting earlier this year, wrote the greatest book, I believe in the 21st century on influence and persuasion, and this is exactly it.

In practice here, what we do is get them to commit ahead of time. So when the time is right, when you understand this framework here and you have something powerful, consider adding something added to that to get them in the state of mind before you even start the introduction.

But we've covered the introduction already, so what's next? Content transition? Close. These are the only other three elements you have to be concerned about when it comes to creating webinars that make you a lot of money.

So let's talk about content. Let's break that down. Is it possible to give the best, most informative education and get zero people to buy from you on your webinar? Is it possible you could truly go out there and show them the best, most effective tactics and strategies related to whatever you have and get $0.00 as a result of that your webinar?

And the answer is yes. I've done it before. The first few years I started doing webinars, that was pretty much the standard operating procedure go out there and bury your soul to your audience. Tell them to tell you they love you for it and look at that bank account and not see it move.

Okay. Now, on the flip side, is it possible to give little to no valuable information at all on a webinar and close the lights out? Yeah, unfortunately, it is. I wish the world didn't work like this, but this is reality.

You can give no value and make a lot of money, or you can give a tremendous amount of education and make zero money. We even have a term for this. It's called pitch fest. Now, here's the breakthrough.

The question you have to ask yourself is what changed the tables for me rose me from failure to success? Just like that. I said, what would it take to give the most valuable possible to my audience the most value so that a person would leave the webinar better off than they were before they first showed up?

And if, and only if it makes sense to them to show how investing in your offer would provide even more value than what they're already experienced? So essentially, it's this. You make them better, and then you show them that it can get even better still if they say yes to your offer in the end.

That's the breakthrough. That's where the lens of content and education comes from because every webinar has two sales. Sale number one is the product. You can have people hate you and buy from you.

Happens all the time. No like and trust. No. People can hate you and buy from you. You can deceive, trick, and coerce somebody to give you money. And for some people, that's the game that they play. I don't advise you to do it, but that's the way it is.

And if you follow this process of tricking and coercing somebody or being antagonistic, you can win in the short term, but you will lose in the long term if you utilize this approach. That's because there's more than one sale that occurs on the webinar.

The second sell, even more important, is you. The person. After the Webinar is over, would they be less or more excited to hear from you again? And the answer has to be more. That's what we have to satisfy.

Tell me, does this phrase ring a bell to you, providing value? A lot of people say this. Providing value. But what does it even mean? Here's my definition. I'd love to share this with you. Providing value is to me the ability for the attendee to learn and gain insight in a way that automatically results in a positive change in their behavior, keyword behavior.

If they don't change their behavior as a result of being on your webinar, you have not served them. You have not, quote-unquote, provided value and that's the situation. So if the real question then becomes how do I create a positive change in behavior as a result of what I teach them and what I show them in the content portion of my webinar?

Here's what the value is on webinars. If they were scared before and now they're confident, that's value. If they had inner shame and you replaced it with inner love, that's value. If they felt hopeless and you gave them hope, that, my friend, is of extreme value.

That's what we have to accomplish with the content. So content done right is this you say less but have a greater impact. You meet them where they're at so you can take them to where they need to go.

You take them from where there was no hope. Now, hope exists because it's not just what they need to do, it's what they need to do right now and how they feel about what to do right now. One of the first people that I ever listened to that changed my thinking was a gentleman named Jim Rome.

And he said, it's not just what you know, it's how you feel about what you know. And I took that to heart. That is real value and that's how we design it when we give our webinars. Here is the value-providing process with three parts to it.

First, state a clearly defined outcome. Second, create a step step process for achieving it. Third, provide content vision, strategy, and commitment for each step. So let's talk about what a defined outcome is.

First. Here's my defined outcome for this very webinar to show anyone how. How to add webinars to their business in a way that is easy, enjoyable, and has an immediate impact on their bottom line, regardless of whether it's their first webinar or their next.

So before I ever do a single slide on this webinar, I define my outcome of what I want to happen behaviorally, to you. And that's where the content comes from. Now, by the way, more often than not, I recommend you share your defined outcome with your audience because fuzzy targets don't get hit.

Now, once you have your defined outcome, what do you do next? You break it down into a step-by-step process. So for me, on this webinar, it's step one. Here's what you do in the introduction. Step two here's what you do in the content portion, step three in the transition, and step four in the pitch section.

So we define the outcome. We break it down in step by step process. What's left? There's only one thing left, and that's to provide content, vision, commitment, and strategy for each of these steps.

So, for example, step one of our webinar here today is the introduction. The context I gave you for this is you only get one chance to make a first impression. That's why it's important, right? The vision that I painted for you of what a great introduction looks like right here, I accomplished this, right?

I said it seizes the attention. It communicates something special about to happen. Strategy. What did I give for strategy? I showed you five components of an introduction, and then we broke down one component specifically through authority, and commitment.

I asked you questions like, do you think this increases the number of people who show up to your webinars? Do you also think that it makes them more committed from the get-go, and will that lead to more sales?

I even point blank asked you, do you feel like if you don't help somebody and you could, aren't you actively participating in their despair? That is commitment. We're getting you to commit to a new idea.

This is what you do for each of the steps in your webinar process. For each step, you repeat this. Context, I should say, pardon me, that little typo there. Context, vision, strategy, commitment. So if you have four steps, I have four times.

I provide content. A little bit of content for each step, the vision for each step, and the strategy for each step. Sorry, the context again, it's messing me up. Right, and then the commitment. Making sure people are on board with you.

And this is all you have to do in your content section. The content section is the easiest section of all when it comes to webinars. A lot of people think it is the hardest. Not when you have a formula for it and you say, Jason, can you use this over and over again?

Yes, I've used this formula for 60 different webinars that have been successful. But it's the same formula just for each topic. The details vary a little bit. Now, what are some additional best practices?

You don't have to follow any of these, by the way. Just do what I just taught you. But these are some easy wins that you can provide to yourself when you create your next webinar. The first one is to provide your audience with a roadmap.

How do you know where to go if you can't see it? Everything needs to know. This is what came before it and this is what came after it. You provide that service for your audience, it makes what you're teaching infinitely more impactful.

Also, do a check on emotion. When you're teaching something, you say, what emotional state am I creating? Because the state of emotion is far more important than the actual thing that you're teaching.

And then over time, improve your webinar. A webinar is a malleable thing that can continually be optimized. So the first time we did this webinar, it did 1.7 million in billable cells. The second time we did this webinar, less than a year later, it did 2.6 million in billable cells.

Did over 3 million when it was all said and done. Would you agree that not only will this help your content have an impact, but isn't it easier to create content when you can do so within a framework?

It's easier and it's better. It's easier and it's more effective. Question when presented with a better and easier way. Do you keep doing what you've been doing or do you change your approach? This is my commitment that I'm asking you.

Do you go to the old way or do you say, I'm going to adopt this new way and start thinking in terms of this new way? The answer is you better if you want to survive. Right? So, so far we've discussed the introduction of content within this framework.

Now, by the way, Mike just sent me this as a text message. He says, 22%, your framework is kick-ass, brother, and we're only halfway through it. Imagine that. We got half the other half to cover. So we've discussed so far introduction and content.

What's next? The transition. We're going to transition from I'm educating you to I'm making you an offer to invest in yourself. Here's the reality. The reality is successful webinar starts selling the moment the first word is spoken and the first slide is shown.

There is no difference between slide number one and slide 101. They're all related to the cell. Only in your mind is there a difference between quote-unquote content and so-called pitching.

As such, the transition serves to put you automatically in a state of mind where people are most receptive and eager to hear about what you have to offer. This is a selfish section. The transition is it's a trick so you can put yourself in a state of mind where you can deliver with the most impact.

I can tell you just by looking at the audio of most people's webinars where they start pitching. Right here, for example. Notice the difference in tonality. If they were comfortable talking about and educating during the content and they got uncomfortable when they start to sell and they were like a different person, nothing will cause you to lose sales quicker than that because if you're uncomfortable selling, they'll be uncomfortable buying.

Here's how you fix that. The best transition get your audience to feel like you're doing a favor. By allowing them to invest in what you're offering to them. That's the goal of the transition.

You nail the transition, and they will be begging you for the chance to spend money with you. Would you believe I have a formula for the transition? Of course. Right. Once you do it, as long as I do it, you make things turnkey.

There are three elements, step by step, you have to follow for the transition. 62nd recap? Yes. Momentum, two choices. If there is anything that you can just straight copy from this webinar and drop into a presentation, it's this.

Okay? So pay careful attention. The first thing we do is a 62nd recap. If I went 60 minutes on a webinar, I want to redo that 60 minutes in the end before we go into the sales portion of it in 60 seconds or less.

What we do here is condense the most powerful insights into a series of bullet points that you fire off in rapid succession to dramatically show the amount of value you provided. For example, in my transition that I would do for a webinar like this, I would say today, so far, we discussed a webinar framework that has been tested and perfected across nine figures worth of sales.

We also went over a magic trip that helped us generate $1.4 million the first time that we implement it in 75 minutes or less. I also showed you how to make your webinar sell better in the first five minutes than most people do and over their whole webinar today, and so on and so on.

Right. I would condense whatever portion of my content I had covered up into that point into the rapid-fire, slide by slide. What do you think happens when you do that? You build on the momentum. First of all, you remind them of what they've because a lot of people forget 90% of stuff the first time they hear it.

And now you can remind them of all the value that you've given them and remind yourself, whoa, I did a lot of this stuff. Wow, that was incredible. And now you're feeling good about continuing the conversation with them.

So step number one in the transition is a 62nd recap. What's next? Yes. Momentum smaller yeses. Lead to bigger yeses. The biggest yes, of course, is yes. I will invest in your offer in your transition.

What you want to do is fire off a series of yes questions, one after the other. So here are some examples. Was our time together thus far enjoyable for you? Yes. Have you also found it to be valuable? Yes.

Do you now feel more comfortable with your ability to make money with your webinars? Yes. Have you come up with some good ideas you already feel excited about implementing in your business? Yes. And is it fair to say using these techniques will give you a significant advantage over your competition?

Yes. Yes. So we do the 62nd recap. We get them in a state of saying yes to being open and receptive. And then to cap off the transition, we use the two choices close. Now, let me give you the context of the two choices closely.

There was a study done across a group of different doctors, and they were divided into two different groups. In the first group, this is what they said. They said, how likely would you recommend a surgery that had a 90% survival rate?

And these doctors said, yeah. Most of them said I'd have no problem offering surgery and recommending it if it had a 90% survival rate. They took the second group of doctors. The only difference was they asked them the question this way.

They said, how likely are you to recommend surgery to a patient that has a 10% fatality rate? And now a majority of them say, I wouldn't do that. Interestingly, you can get completely different responses to the same information, depending on how you present it.

And that's why I have painstakingly worked every single word of the two choices close to making sure people understand exactly what the best impact is on the information we have available. How do you set up your offer so your audience is more receptive to hearing and responding to it?

Just use this script. You can use this pretty much word for word. I've used this more than any other thing that I've ever used in the transition. It goes like this. Would you like to hear it? Well, here are the two choices closed.

I have absolute confidence that you could take everything we covered here today and on your own, go out and put it into action and get results that you previously thought were not possible. And I'm also certain that just with the information we've covered on this webinar today, left on your own, with your resources, devices, and time and effort, you can make a go at this in a way that most people will never be able to.

And if that were your only option, it would be a worthy idea to pursue. But what if there was another option? An option that allowed us to go at this together, a chance to go deeper than we can in one measly hour on one measly webinar, connecting one measly time?

What if I played an active role in your results, took responsibility for your success, and had an obligation to your outcome? How would that make things different? If I had such an option for you, would you love to hear more about it and what it can do for you?

That's why it's with great pleasure that I introduce to you whatever you're offering them product, service, coaching, program, or software, next step doesn't matter. That's why it's with great pleasure that I introduce to you genius webinars, whatever the name of your product or service that you're offering.

Their question to you do you think using a transition like this would make you more comfortable presenting your offer? Now you realize I'm doing a noble service indeed of going at it with them as opposed to on their own.

Not only are you reminding the audience of what you're doing, but you're also reminding yourself, because otherwise, you think, oh no, I'm selling something to somebody that is selfish. Say, I'm serving somebody and everything it's.

That we just did in that script, the two choices close exactly remind you both and put you both on the same page, you and your audience. Okay, let me take a look at what you have to offer. That's where their head is going to be at.

And don't you think that that's going to help you tremendously? Feel good about providing what you have for them to invest in. Okay. Do you think it makes it more eager for them to buy from you? Of course.

Isn't it safe to say that most webinars don't utilize powerful transitions like that? They don't have any transition. And that's a travesty because it's mostly fill-in-the-blanks, isn't it? But you don't know what you don't know.

All right, what do we got left? We talked about the introduction starting with Impact, talked about content, creating an actual behavior change transition, and putting people in the most receptive situation to say yes if it serves them.

What do we got left? The close. The pitch, right? This is step number four. Now, when it comes to a webinar, the closed section is the least important part that you need to master. Now, I know this is the exact opposite of what everybody thinks and what everybody says, and what everybody teaches, but I have $100 million in sales over the last few years that run that counter.

When it comes to a webinar, the closed section is the least important part, the least important part of your success, and the least important part for you to have to master. Why? Why? Because a better introduction will naturally lead to a better close simply because you're putting them in a state of mind from the very beginning to be most receptive to your offer.

Content in the content. Action that creates transformation. Emotional states will elevate the consciousness of your audience, empowering them to make the decisions that are best for them, which may include investing in themselves with what you have to offer.

And a transition that positions your offer to be a gift from the heavens, the perfect thing to help empower them to achieve what they deeply desire, makes them beg to see your offer. And then the close, my friend, is mostly just a matter of technique.

Do you like to see the technique? It looks like this. We present the main part of the offer. We reveal the price. We ask for the order. We stack the bonuses. We reverse the risk with a guarantee. We cover through the objections, and we sprinkle scarcity throughout to help them compel and make a decision right here, right now.

That's it. Let's break down each part offer. Here's the thing to remember. You buy the drill for the hole. You don't buy the drill for the drill. You buy the drill for the hole. What they get are features.

Not benefits, not solutions, not outcomes. And features don't sell. Now, people need to know the features. They need to know what they get to justify their investment. But it's the least important part of the close.

And as such, we go through it as quickly as we possibly can. So whatever you're offering on your webinar, here's what you do. Product name and tagline, one sentence benefit statement. Highlight two to four major components.

That's it. Let me give you some examples. So, for example, with genius webinars, the tagline product name is genius webinars, right? Tagline is Secrets of $100 million in webinar sales. What's the benefit statement?

Once I reveal genius webinars, the first thing I do is here's the tagline. And then I say this is a step-by-step approach for crafting webinars that outsell your competition, provide more value to your customers, and are easier, quicker, and more enjoyable to create than you thought even possible.

So, introducing this offer goes offer name tagline, one sentence benefit segment. You're with me so far? There's not a lot to this here. It goes by pretty quickly. And then we would highlight the major components that make up that core offer.

Here's the process headline. Three benefits, proof to validate it. Future pace, what life's going to be like once they have their hands on it. So let me give you an example. When we offered the Genius Webinar training, it was a two-day in-person training.

There's your headline. Here are your benefits. Benefit number one is a full-sense experience of how to do webinars. Benefit number two is, session structures return ideas into implementation almost in real time.

Benefit number three, surrounding yourself with the best of the best. Right, that's it. Slide to break down that component of the offer. Headline three benefits. The next slide was the proof element so I could play like this testimonial video from Russell Brunson, co-founder of ClickFunnels, and show them, hey, my name is Russell Brunson.

I wanted to make a real quick video of my friend and mentor, Jason Fladlin, and go on and say, wow, I want to learn from this guy because other people who are important, and successful, have learned from this guy.

And then lastly, future pace. Upon completion, anytime a great opportunity presents itself where you know a webinar is just a thing for it, you leap into action with a newfound sense of confidence, knowing full well your promotions have more oomph, more value, and more impact on your bottom line in the world around you.

That's the first core component of the offer. Its headline has three benefits, proof element, future pace, and three slides. So if you have three core components of your offer, you have nine total slides.

How long should it take you to go through these? Three minutes or less. Now, this is the thing that everybody does wrong. You do this thing one thing differently and you will crush them all because they'll spend 55 minutes explaining every little thing you get.

It's not important, just a couple of things. So then you repeat this for each component. So two components, you have two sets of headline benefits, proof element, and future pace. Do that twice. If you have three components, you do it three times.

Our goal is three minutes or less, maybe five minutes. If you have an enticing. Kind of thing going on here. That's the offer. After you show them what they get. Now you have to show them what the price is to get it.

Now, here's the thing to understand about price. Money on its own is virtually useless. You could burn it for heat, or you could maybe wear it if you're cold, right? But money is more about what you can get in exchange.

That's what matters. In other words, the more obvious you make it that there's a massive value for a minimum price, the more money you'll make, period. So here's a sweet spot. Making them feel like they're taking advantage of you, making them feel almost bad because they feel like they're getting such a better deal, they're getting the better end of the deal than you.

Making them feel like they're taking advantage because of how much value they feel they're getting versus what they're paying. So the specific technique on how we do this is this. The first thing you do is link your offer to an absurd price.

I say webinars have been generated for me in one session, over $10 million in sales. So now we've linked the value of the offer to $10 million. Then we drop it. We say, in the right hands, people like John Carter's, it's worth a million dollars or more.

Then we drop it again. With this type of cutting-edge strategy, many entrepreneurs and thought leaders spend $$100,000 just to get access. So I went from 10 million to 1 million to $100,000. Drop it one more time.

Recently, we had a sold-out room of people from all around the world who put in $4,995 to learn these webinar secrets step by step and then reveal the actual investment. However, if you act fast enough, you can get in at a special one-time investment of whatever it is.

When you go to example, whatever your URL dollars they can go to sign up. That's how you price. Price is always relative. You link it to things of similar nature that are higher than the established value.

Drop it. Drop it again. Drop it one more time. Then reveal the actual first call to action. When you start selling in the. Close section. You should not be longer than 5 minutes out before you make them the first opportunity where they can go to sign up.

Now, most people don't do that. They wait 30 minutes or 40 minutes or 50 minutes. But you can't torture somebody into buying. We want them to know right away. Linking Price this is the core component linking price to features.

Because we're about to do something so powerful that's going to tip the deck in your favor of communication, of them understanding what you truly have for them. But this is important to understand.

We've gotten our first call to action and super duper quickly. So now we can go back and immediately stack value. We reveal the price and then we go back to add value. That's why after we have our offer and price, the next thing we do is move to bonuses.

Bonuses are more important than the offer itself when it comes to conversion on webinars. So here's the price to bonus transition. Best of all, by signing up right away, you're going to get your hands on some extra special bonuses when you go to example.

So we reveal the price and we immediately go back to value. Here's the bonus presentation formula headline, benefits proof, and future face. Look familiar? It's the same thing that we do with the core components of the offer, but with one little extra thing.

We just have to connect the bonus to the core offer. This is why we're including this as a bonus. We have to have just a little bit of context to bridge the gap. Now we'll spend a little bit more time on each bonus than we would on a core component.

But the thing is it doesn't matter because the bonuses are infinitely more valuable to somebody to get them to say yeah. So let me give you an example to make this clear. The ultimate webinar funnels.

Bonus number one. So when you sign up and say yes, today, the genius webinar is the first bonus you're going to get your hands on the Ultimate Webinar Funnel. Webinar success is more important than just the presentation.

It's the registration page, the thank you page, the order page, and the replay page. When you write, you can double or even triple your webinar profits. Would you like me to give you the best fill-in-the-blank funnel I've ever used?

Over $100 million in sales. That's the context portion. That's the only thing that we have to precede this bonus. And then it's three benefits. It's the future pace. It's a proof element if you have it.

You don't even necessarily have to use proof at this point. Insight is it likely you'll spend more time going over the bonuses than you did going over the core offer? Yes, by design, that is the difference between exceptional webinars and webinars.

And then all you have to do is go through the guarantee, handle the objections, and make sure scarcity is obvious there because people need a reason to say yes immediately. It's a lot. So far we've covered, isn't it?

And it's only been heck, I don't even think it's been an hour yet. No timeout. Let's reset. Let's breathe for a second. I don't know if you know, I'm a part-time yoga instructor. There I am with my three kids.

It's a lot to take in in 50 minutes, right? Relax. Rome wasn't built in the day. You're not going to be able to do all this at once. You're going to be able to do half of it or even a quarter of it. We've covered the synthesis of, like, ten years' worth of perfection and $100 million worth of sales in a very short amount of time.

Now, in a short amount of time today, I've condensed, cram-packed, and squeezed together as tightly as possible a whole process for webinar domination. Now, here's the reality. Even if you only use just a tiny fraction of what we cover today, don't you feel like you've taken a giant leap forward with your marketing?

Now, I don't know what you knew about Webinars coming into the call today, but it'd be a safe bet that some or all of what we covered today was new and valuable to you, wasn't it? Stuff such as the 100 million dollar framework, and how to create more buyers in the intro than most people do during the pitch.

A content formula is so powerful you'll find it useful in all other areas. Your business, not just for Webinars. My killer closed routine that you can easily drop into any Webinar to bring. In more money than any of us deserve.

The value-providing process of stating a clearly defined outcome, creating step by step process for it, and then providing context, vision, strategy, and commitment for each step, plus checking emotional states for the content you're creating utilizing a powerful transition formula.

62nd recap yes. Momentum, two choices. A magic trick that I used resulted in 2.6 in billable revenue. That's $2.6 million. All that and much, much more. Question to you do you feel ours? Time on the Webinar thus far has been well spent?

And now do you feel more confident and compelled with using Webinars? And can you see how even just a little bit of this stuff, just one or two things I showed you today, can help you in your business?

Regardless of whether you use it in. Webinars or use it somewhere else? And are you excited to make a go out of this to see what wonderful things it will open up for you in your life? Ingenious Webinar Now on October 12 and 13th of 2017, Joe Polish and I had 63 people who invested $4,995 apiece to come down to his office, the Genius Network headquarters, and learn step by step, my exact system in detail for Webinars that has resulted in $100 million in sales.

And we put his full video crew. His quarter million dollars worth of video equipment with the multi-cameras, the pickups, the audio, all that fancy schmancy TriCaster production. To capture this whole event as a result.

We have a fully documented system for genius webinars for every single one of these parts. So for example session one, overview, 17 minutes and 41 seconds. I get you in the right state of mind to understand and utilize each one of these components in your webinar.

In session number two, we break down the offer, price, and bonuses section of the close with specific examples. In 1 hour and 21 minutes, we go in and out of all of this technique so you can just drop it into your business.

Session number three, guarantee scarcity and objections. I'll show you all the techniques, and all the ways to use scarcity effectively. The exact four-step formula for handling objections. Powerful guarantees, because a right guarantee can do more for your webinars than anything else can do.

Session number four, defined outcome and step by step exactly how to create your defined outcome and break it down into a step-by-step process. Session number five utilizes context and vision for each one of your steps.

Session number six is how to utilize strategy to teach each step and get commitment so people are committed to change as a result of your webinar. Session number seven is the transition. We break down again in very minute detail.

The 62nd recap, the yes momentum situation, and the two choices. Session number eight, authority. How to build authority utilizing results and positioning celebrity and testimonials. We give you the exact step-by-step process of how to do that.

In session number nine, we cover commitment, hope, objections, and intrigue. In session number ten, I showed you how to put it all together. I said this is how I start writing the webinar, this is how I adjust it.

Here's what I do here. Here's how I take this thing and make it an end actual webinar that I can put in front of somebody and they could say yes to. And in session number eleven, we break down members and optimize from start to finish these elements for this webinar so you can see it firsthand.

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You just follow this. This supplements your training. We have fill-in-the-blanks where you will jot down your ideas. So when it's done, you just puzzle-piece it together. There has been no more effective method I've ever taught or seen taught that can go from idea to implementation than this.

Plus, I had 210 slides for the two-day training that we did on each of these sessions. You get that as well for reference and easy to follow along with the videos. Genius Webinars now, companies have paid me millions in royalties for webinars that I have consulted on and helped create.

We've had customers like John Carter and many more make millions with this webinar process already in its emphasis. And we sold out the conference and had to churn people away for the initial thing that created this Genius Webinars Training for $4,995.

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One of them didn't have a replay page, and one of them didn't have an optimized registration page, and the difference can be between 62,000 and a quarter million dollars. So, bonus number two is the ultimate webinar funnel.

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When you go to that page and that countdown timer hits zero, it's rigged up so it automatically closes the deal and then forwards it to this page. We do not make this available very often for a very specific reason why I want to make sure that I am deliberate on when people are joining this program so we can make sure we serve them with the best amount of help possible.

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Bonus number two is the ultimate webinar funnel, so you can drop that in. Bonus number three. Is this how you layer your slides? Bonus number four, these are exact swipes you can model that we've used and perfected that you can just basically rip off from us and implement and plant into your business.

Bonus number five, pure webinars. These are actual webinars dissected of mine, so you can see it in the real world, not in the theoretical lab. Bonus number six, webinar pitch secrets one and two, those manuals that have more word-for-work closes that you can copy and use in their universal ones than anything else that exists out there.

Plus, all the tech is figured out for you 1497 for a limited time, because as soon as that count sometimes hits zero, we say it's offline when it comes back online. And I don't know when that will be.

Sometimes there are many, many months in between when these things happen. Don't let this happen to you, because every single day that you're not using this day that it costs you twice. The first way it costs you is you don't make any money that you deserve to make.

The second way it costs you is somebody else is using it and they're winning and they're surging ahead and you're not. I know what I can do for you, and I know what this can do for you. And it breaks my heart that some people aren't going to see the value in it and understand the benefit from them.

And years are going to go by and they're going to still have the same problems that I know that this can solve. Right? So if I had the chance on the runway, I'd stay with you for hours here today for your benefit, to help you understand the value.

I cannot do that. But I can offer you this. If you have any questions that are important to help you, decide before the timer runs out if you should do this or not. Here's what I want you to do. I want you to email us at [email protected] [email protected] and put your question there but do it quickly if that's what it's going to take for you to get involved with this, act fast.

I look forward to seeing your results, helping you, to sharing with you these things that I've built many, many fortunes and will continue to do so in the future. My name is Jason Flatland. I appreciate you and I know you deserve to be wealthy.

Let me help you do it. Let me help you get there and we'll be speaking again soon.


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