The LIFE Business has hit a benchmark set by the founders when they launched the company. The goal is to produce over half the volume in the LIFE Business through the acquisition of customers. Last night, thanks to the Mental Fitness Challenge (MFC) program, LIFE surpassed 20% customer in six months of business! LIFE customers enjoy the benefit of world-class CD's, books, Challenge Trainings and Growth Groups to develop personally. Customers love the material and community enough to participate in personal development training without any consideration of compensation.
Clearly, if 20% of the people associated with LIFE do so just to get access to the world-class training, then the marketplace is communicating its love for the LIFE personal development products. LIFE has one of the highest retention rates and customer ratios in the community building field because of its extraordinary value proposition. Check out the Mental Fitness Challenge and one will quickly realize that the two engineers (Chris Brady and Orrin Woodward) who designed this program intended to produce results in millions of people's lives. Why not live the life you always wanted? Why not begin today by taking the Mental Fitness Challenge? Here is the post from Orrin Woodward's blog:
It’s been three full days since the Mental Fitness Challenge rollout in Columbus, and the MFC already has 1,254 new customers. That’s over 400 customers a day joining the Mental Fitness Challenge, and it’s only three days old! Chris Brady and I set a goal to create a program available to all, affordable to all, and achievable by all. The MFC has accomplished all three.
I know what the reader is thinking. Sure Orrin, yet another program to help people grow and change. Hasn’t everyone witnessed people who tried program after program for change but never seemed to really change? I know I have. For without the formation of new habits in thought and action, a person quickly reverts to his old self, regardless of how many CDs listened to or books read. The MFC, however, is different because it is designed around the two crucial elements of all lasting change – congregation and community. Let me explain: