This is where the rubber meets the road.

Many practitioners say they want to build/grow/scale their practices. And do something meaningful with the time and money they get from their practices. After many years of coaching, I can tell you that few actually put in the work required to do that.

I am here to work with those select few who are willing to make the effort. If that’s you, we have something to talk about.

I will not try to sell you on applying for Turn. Instead, I will simply tell you who it is for …and who it’s NOT for.

Turn IS for practitioners who:

  • Are really confident about the work they do and don’t understand why they can’t sell more of it.
  • Want to magnetically attract their ideal clients and not be afraid to repel those who are not.
  • Are interested in augmenting their traditional 1:1 client service work with 1:many user products.
  • Want to use their new-found time, money, and freedom to pursue a personal or professional passion.
 

Turn is NOT for practitioners who:

  • Are not already technically competent at their craft.
  • Just want more clients and not more for clients (or themselves).
  • Are unable to unilaterally implement the strategies and tactics we devise for getting the clients they want at the fees they deserve.
  • Don’t value helping other appraisers and contributing to the profession just as much as they value making money.

 

You decide.
Here’s one more reason why you should consider Turn:

I am the person you should be working with because I am the only practice builder coach serving only the BVFLS profession.

And now for more honesty:

Turn is not an inexpensive investment. But you also have to ask yourself, “What is the cost of not hiring me?”

Plus, you’ll need to implement what you learn … fast. Read that as, “you gotta do the work” because my information without your implementation will result in you being exactly where you are now 6 or 12 months from now.

And, you’ll be expected to share your results, i.e., what’s working in your practice and what’s not … just as fellow members will be required to share their results with you.

So here is how it works:

Step 1: You’ll be taken to a questionnaire where I ask you all sorts of invasive questions about you and your practice.
OK … they’re not that invasive. I’m just really trying to weed out the “tire kickers” here.

Step 2: The questionnaire will come to my inbox and one of two things will happen.

One, I’ll decide we’re not a good match, and I’ll politely let you know. Or two, I’ll decide we MIGHT be a good match and we will schedule a free strategy session to see if we really are.

I won’t pressure you or hassle you. If you want in, great. If not, no problem. I’m cool either way.

Why such an “in-your-face” process? Because I’m only looking for high-caliber, high-potential people to join Turn.

You have nothing to lose by applying.

Besides, aren’t you curious about the questions I ask? And answering the last question gets you a pretty cool gift!