Yes, there is. Thank you for asking.
During these challenging economic times, you could really help me to live my life’s mission of sharing harmonica with the world by offering a solid video testimonial. This is a huge favor … I’m not kidding! It could be the deciding factor for a person who wants to buy my lessons but is not 100 percent sure they want to make the investment. So I like to think that you're not only helping me, but you're also helping prospective students get off to a great start with the harmonica.
Here's all you have to do...
Post a video testimonial on Youtube!
Then send me a link to the video here, so I can check it out:
Just be yourself and talk about any of the questions mentioned below.
Please speak from your heart, openly and honestly. It doesn't matter if you stumble over a few words … just be yourself.
When answering the questions, I request that you speak to me directly. Please introduce yourself and tell me where you’re from, and your age (in other words, “Hey JP, this is Bob Dylan, from Hibbing, Minnesota. I’m 65 years old, and I’m just wanted to tell you that the thing I most enjoy about your lessons is…).
Below please find a series of questions for you to review. It’s fine with me if you just answer off the top of your head so that you can help me in a way that takes the bare minimum of your precious time:
- Off the top of your head, what do you most enjoy about my harmonica lessons, and did you have any doubts that they would help you?
- Could you please tell me your personal goals and/or dreams for the harmonica?
- Why did you choose to buy my course? Did you have any challenges with other harmonica teachers?
- How did my course specifically help you learn to play the harmonica, and what were the benefits?
- What would you say to a friend who was thinking about learning to play the harmonica by investing in my course, but wasn’t sure?
- Feel free to add any other comments you'd like :-)
Please feel free to play some harmonica if you’re feeling ready.
Please let me know if there’s anything I can do to return the favor.
Your harmonica buddy,