What I Think of Mark Ling’s Learn Build Earn Training

So we here at Brian McKnight were contacted by Mark to check out his new information product training program called Learn Build Earn. He gave us review access to check it out and we spent about a week going through the training material. To say it covered everything would actually be an understatement. Boy are we impressed with the level of detail and information in this product.

You can watch this video about Learn Build Earn by Mark Ling:

What we find inside the program is a TON of information that will help anyone who is interested in starting their own information product business. Mark covers how to setup the product funnel, how to create the offer, how to build the product and even how to get other people to promote the offer.

If any part of the process of building an information product business sounds intimidating, Mark does an excellent job breaking the process down into small manageable chunks that anyone can understand.

It is the compilation of his years of own experience in the information product business. Mark has started many, many businesses using the exact same training and information that he is sharing in his Learn Build Earn program.

So if you’ve either heard about Mark’s training or even just wandered across this page while surfing, I recommend you watch that video above and see if it is something that would be a good fit for your business.

To get access you can watch the webinar from a link in the video above.


Advice For New Musicians

Let’s say you are playing a live event… If you want to begin improvising and adding your very own particular flair to the music then it is a decent idea to notify the other musicians of roughly what you would be playing.

Following are a few tips from Ed Sheeran for anybody interested in learning how to improvise, whatever instrument you play. After being involved with music for more than 10 decades, I’ve had lots of advice and suggestions given to me, so my recommendation means a lot: