TipTopK9.com | “Clay really helped us with his systems…doubling our size, helped us double our incomes.”

What Is TipTopK9.com?

TipTopK9.com is a dog training company founded by Ryan Wimpey.


Ryan Wimpey

Who Is Ryan Wimpey?

Ryan Terrance Wimpey, born in July of 1985 is the founder of TipTopK9.com, a company that provides Tulsa dog training, obedience and manners training to families located within the Tulsa area.


Where Is Tip Top K9 Located?

Tip Top K9 Tulsa Dog Training
8545 East 41st Street
Tulsa, OK 74145


Where Is Tip Top K9 Tulsa Dog Training Scheduling Office?

Tip Top K9 Scheduling Office
8208 E 41st St
Tulsa, OK 74145


How Did Clay Clark Helped Ryan Wimpey & Rachel Wimpey to Scale Their Business?

Listen to the TipTopK9.com Success Story Part 1 –


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Welcome to Flyover Conservative Podcast with David and Stacey Whited, where we break down current events and examine culture through the lens of conservative Christian values.

We’re going to jump into some content that I know is going to be applicable to every single person that had the ability and the talent and the skill level to be able to pull up this video and hit play and actually watch it. Because you probably do something to make a living. You do something to provide for your family. You’re probably the kind of person that loves your country. If you’re a man, you probably love your wife and your kids and you’re doing this, and woman, vice versa.

You’re trying to do something called build a life and survive inside of an ecosystem that’s being run by crazy people. So it affects two different things. We’ve got a guy that’s written I don’t know how many books, but two really important ones.

One, because…

We’re going to cover today. We’re going to cover today because here’s what’s happening. He’s part owner and coaches over 160 different businesses from plastic surgeons to carpet cleaners and has a formula to help people make money and be productive. And you may say, I don’t like people to make money. And that’s because you watch the stupid movie, the Titanic, too many times. You think only the broke people have good life and rich people are sticking it to people. But we’re not talking about that.

We’re talking about the people that are trying to run a heating air conditioning company or sell soap or do something and make money. And then because of his knowledge in that space, he started diving into this guy named Klaus Schwab, who wrote a book called The Great Reset and bragged about the fact that you will own nothing and be happy. And so the guy that wrote this book wrote a counter narrative called The Great Awakening, how to stick it to the man and be happy, how to own everything in your life, be debt free and thrive and prosper I host the Thrive Time show and his name is Clay Clark

By the way, again I’m not prophetic, I just think in the future you may have a a kid rock style singer country slash rock singer that starts to bring a chorus into that intro music. I mean intro music is hot, I just I can sense there’s some sort of a Kid Rock sort of singer listening to your show right now that’s writing a hook for that intro. That intro’s hot, Dave.

I love it.

I love it.

We would love it.

Clay, I want to jump right into the meat of things because…

Colton has something? You’re good.

Okay. Right into… I want to jump… Clay, I want to jump right into the meat of things because… Like fish living in a lake or the ocean. Like, okay, this is the environment we’re in. We have to thrive based on what’s going on around us. And while we’re kind of aware on a certain level

that we’re 270 some days away from the election and we’re at a fork in the road and we want to change things, in the meantime, we have to acknowledge that you’re in the back of a taxi cab with a drunk driver and they’re doing things to intentionally mess up your ability to thrive and prosper in a biblical way. The thing I want to pull out of you on an increasing basis is what can people do?

Most people are awake. Our motto is, Wake up, speak up, show up. Most people are awake, but we want to look at what they’re trying to do and then judo move it into how do we succeed? How do we counter that?

Let me do this real quick. I’m going to pull up a screen shot here. I don’t exactly know where I’m going, so for your producer, just hang in with me for a second. I’m just going to go to Rumble.com and I’m going to do a search for our channel. I just want to give people some examples of people that are actually doing something practical. I just did a search on Rumble.com for Thrivetime Show. This first guy, Ronnie Morales, he’d listened to my podcast for nine consecutive years. In this testimonial, he said he reached out and he grew his business by 57% the first

year, which went from basically being not profitable to very profitable. Aaron Antis grew his company, Shaw Homes, from $16 million to $160 million. What am I talking about? I’m talking about real people. This guy, Ryan Wimpy, true story, he had been a dog trainer for a long time and his business was stuck. He said here, I went to a liberal arts college and got a degree. I didn’t learn linear workflows.

I learned stuff that I haven’t been using for the last nine years. Here is actually way better than what I got at business school. So you have to step one. You’ve got to reach out. So for your listeners here in the Flyover community, all you’ve got to do is go to Thrivetimeshow.com. We do business conferences, and I have been doing them every two months since 2005. This is not a new idea.

Every two months since 2005, so six a year. I’ve probably done almost 60 at this point. I used to travel around, but my wife and I, we host these every two months at my office in Tulsa. I’ve been hosting these business workshops since 2005. At the workshops, we cover branding, marketing, search engine, web development, online ads, accounting, hiring, firing, training, everything you need to know to learn how to start and grow a successful company.

I’m just clicking on some images so you can see these are real people you look at them These are real people that really do this lady here started a company called rustic cuff over a ten million dollar a year apparel company That’s Matt Klein the franchise brand developer with oxyfresh.com. So step one. I mean, these are these are real people These are real people here who’ve attended our real workshops So one just go to thrive timeshow.com find a way to get out to our upcoming workshop coming up here in March And again for our events, I’ve always done it this way. You can buy a ticket at full price, which is $250. Or again, I’ve always done this for our business workshops, because I view it more like a ministry.

You can just pay whatever price you want to pay. So let’s stick some meat on it.

Guys like Sherwood.tv, who’s been on your show often.

Sure. Love Dr. Sherwood. He helped me grow his brand. I believe he’s said by 8X, eight times, since the lockdowns. Now you’d have to talk to him. You have people like Dr. Meehan. This guy doubled the size of his practice, meehanmd.com. So doctors, so back to your root question, what can you do?

You gotta focus on what you can control. And so whether you’re a doctor, you’re a dentist, you’re a lawyer. I’ll give you one more example. This guy, Weimer, love this guy, Weimer. I love telling his story. Weimer is a pool cleaning guy who had just recently discovered

that he no longer had a future at his current employment. He ended up at one of our workshops through a series of random events. I think he heard about me on Alex Jones and thought that our Reawaken tour event was my business workshop. He showed up at a business workshop looking for a Reawaken tour, noticed there was no general plan, stuck around, and we’ve helped him to grow this business from a startup to now a company where he’s making more money per month than most doctors. Full package media.

This is a guy who, true story, he was a paramedic and through a series of events he heard about what I did and we’ve helped him to grow a multi-million dollar company with no previous experience. So step one, give yourself a checkup from the neck up and say, what can I do to get unstuck and focus on what you can control. You can’t get the Republican Party to do anything, you can’t get the Democrats to do anything, you’re not going to have an interactive conversation with Klaus Schwab about the Great Reset. But what you can do is, one, you can make sure that you and your family

go to be with Jesus when the time comes. 1 Thessalonians 4. So step one, make sure your family knows Christ. Make sure you know Christ, your family. Second, go to one of our in-person workshops. I promise you’ll laugh, you’ll learn, but you’ll actually learn how to start and grow a successful company. And Dave, in the way that a singer who’s good at singing likes to sing, and the way that a basketball player who’s good at basketball likes to play basketball, I like to teach people how to grow companies because it’s been very easy for me to do. I grew up poor. I saw what it’s like to grow up with poverty. I figured out how to not be poor around the age of 18 or so,

and since that time I just teach people how to grow companies. So you can learn, folks, by going to Thrivetimeshow.com.

That’s my call to action for you, Dave.

And you’re anointed, and you work really, really hard, you know, and that’s quite a combination.

Great combo.

It is, it’s a great combination. I have to ask you, Clay, before we started recording today, I was blown away. I saw on the news, CNN, that Elon Musk, they actually implanted a chip in a person’s brain.

Today, like it’s not a theory.

Can you talk about that? Because you’ve been talking about Elon Musk for quite a while now, very concerning.

Yeah, okay, well, one is, so that’s Revelation chapter 17 verse 3 that we’re watching happen real time. Revelation chapter 17 verse, let me pull this up real quick here, let me pull it up, this will be all of one mind, King James, pull it up here. So this will be Revelation 17, 13 and it says, these have one mind and shall give their power and strength unto the beast. So just so we’re clear, with this technology you can now connect everyone’s brains together.

Now here’s the very concerning thing. I was at the phone store where all my great market research happens. I’m talking to the phone guy and I said, phone guy, this is true story, I said, hey man, real quick, no matter what your problem is, you have to be there now. I mean you might just need to upgrade your plan, you might need to get a new phone, you’re going to be there in an hour. So I talked to the phone guy, I said, phone guy, would you put a chip in your head?” He goes, absolutely, dude.

That thing connects you to AI. It’s awesome. So that’s where we’re at as a culture. Many people have self-driving cars. One of my long-time clients almost died recently because he hit the self-driving car button and his car, true story, was driving where there is not a bridge. So his car was driving where the bridge should be, but there is not a bridge because they just started construction.

And he was like half asleep and he was actually reading a book he said and he’s reading a book and he recognized I’m gonna go off this bridge, high bridge, and die so he’s like hits the thing, turns the thing, and he’s like I got you know I said how close did you get? He’s like I don’t know I probably was a half mile away from dying going right off a bridge that was under construction would have you know because they again people are giving their authority over to this and just to put a little meat on the bone, this is Yuval Noah Harari, a guy that nobody likes to watch. People always say, Clay, why do you give this guy a platform?

He’s the world’s most, he’s the world’s best-selling author. He’s praised by Obama, Zuckerberg, Gates, MIT, Stanford, Harvard. His name is Yuval Noah Harari. Listen to what he says here.

A good two-way communication system, direct communication system between brains and computers, this is kind of the watershed moment. I mean, once you have a good two-way, nobody has any idea what happens after that. If you have a good two-way communication system, direct between brains and computers, it also means you can connect several brains together to create an inter-brain net, because it’s the same system, the same communication system. And nobody has any idea what this technology is.

Now this technology, the first product they’re rolling out is called telepathy. It’s the first product, so again I’m not naming these products. It’s called telepathy. And telepathy, Elon Musk has announced, it is a program that will allow you to communicate with just your mind and control your mouse, your phone, and to be able to receive signals. This is how it works.

You’re controlling a phone, your car, device,

and that’s called telepathy. Musk is now openly talking about this. This is Musk again. Elon Musk and Grimes, just sort of on the same page. Grimes is Elon Musk’s lady friend who he chose to produce two kids with. And Grimes is a big fan of the interactive brain interfaces, these neural interfaces that connect your brain to chat GPT. And she’s pushing a product called the Neurosity Crown, which is a non-invasive version, which connects your brain to chat GPT at all times. This is Grimes and she wants to connect your brain

to chat GPT. Elon Musk is pushing the, what they call the, it’s, you have the non-invasive interface, that’s what Grimes pushes. He’s pushing the invasive, so he’s putting where you put a chip in your skull. And again, to think about the corruption, the FDA that told your grandma she can’t take

hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID-19, they have approved Elon Musk to put these in people’s brains. And Elon Musk is saying by his own words, I’ve been saying this for three years, but he’s now saying it, so for some reason it’s more true today. Good job Elon Musk, way to tell us what you were going to do. So Elon Musk is now saying that moving forward, you’re going to get to a place and space where he says, this enables control of your phone or computer through them, almost any device, just by thinking initial users will be those who have lost the use of their limbs.

Initial users. Now he goes on and on to talk about this, but it’s not the long-term vision to help people walk who are paralyzed. The long-term vision is to make it where your brain is connected to chat GPT, a technology that he controls. That is the goal, total control.

That is just crazy.

And again, that is what can bring you to a place where you own nothing and be happy. You know, you mentioned Harari there, and you played a clip from Harari. I mean, his final line in many of his speeches is, the only real hope for humanity, because we have all these useless people that we have no need for because AI is doing their jobs, is we’ll have to entertain them with drugs and video games. And you look at a lot of our youth today, I think over 70% of all fighting-age men in America do not meet the minimum requirements to enter the military. And it’s due to physical fitness or mental issues.

And I think that’s kind of not the problem. I think that’s kind of their goal.

Right. Yeah. You’re 100% correct. And I want to play this real quick because I want to respect your hard stop today. So if we go to givesendgo.com forward slash Navarro for anybody out there, things you can do. Again, I talked to you about the in-person Thrive Time Show two-day interactive business workshop. It’s at my office. It’s two days.

I promise you’ll laugh. You’ll learn. You’ll be in the room with many, many millionaires who were not millionaires before they came to our workshop. So you’re in the room with success stories. You can ask them during the breaks like, hey, how did you do it? How long did it take? That kind of thing. But Peter Navarro is a good friend of ours, a mutual friend of ours, and he is needing to raise $950,000

so that he can fight back against the shamakari and the jackassery of legal persecution, aka lawfare. This is a man who refused to comply with a subpoena issue related to January 6th because he refuses to betray President Trump and the office of the presidency. He’s not going to share about the private conversations he had with President Trump. So he needs to raise $62,985. You guys have been a huge part of it. On Christmas Eve is when I first learned about this situation. I reached out to you guys and you guys were so great.

I’ll share the word. Your listeners have come in. And I want to celebrate everybody out there who’s donating $10, $20, $100. Everybody’s out there giving a little bit, $25, $25, $50. Everybody’s getting involved right now so if you donate anything at all by going to GibsonGo.com forward slash Navarro you are entered in a chance to win a backstage pass to the reawaken America tour we need to help him raise sixty two thousand nine hundred and eighty five additional dollars as soon

as possible so he can appeal this and fight this all the way up to the Supreme Court so again if you just go to GibsonGo.com forward slash Navarro and you donate anything at all and then you go to Thrive Time Show dot com Thrive Time Show dot com and you can go right there to request tickets for the Reawaken tour. You just go to the same place you got your business ticket, just go to Thrivetimeshow.com and you click here. Once you request a ticket or you can go to time2freeamerica.com

time2freeamerica.com to request a ticket. Once you do that, just text me proof that you donated. So you’re just going to text me proof that you’ve donated some amount, it doesn’t matter what the amount is, and you’re entered in for a chance to win a backstage pass for the final Reawaken America tour, 7th and 8th, Detroit, Michigan. Just so you know, Alina Haba, Trump’s attorney, she’ll be there. Kash Patel, she’ll be there. Peter Navarro should be there, God willing. You have General Flynn, Eric Trump, Laura Trump, Mike Lindell. You all will be there. I mean, it’s going to be a blast.

So again, three calls to action today, folks. One, go to Thrivetimeshow.com and come to one of our in-person workshops. I promise it will help you change your life. If you’re employed and you want to become self-employed, that’s the way to do it, thrivetimeshow.com. Second, by the way, that event is coming up in March. So March is the day. I do every two months, but it’s March 7th and 8th. Second thing, go to time2freeamerica.com and you can request tickets for the Reawaken America

tour that’s June 7th and 8th in Detroit, Michigan. And finally, make sure you support Peter Navarro today. Everybody out there, most people are probably looking to lose some weight or to stop supporting woke companies. So maybe fast for a meal today and take that $5 or $10 and donate that today at givesendgo.com forward slash Navarro. A lot of information. Hopefully I didn’t go over my time.

No, you did absolutely amazing.

I know that this book is available as a free PDF download on your website as well. If you can tell people how to do that. And then how do they get this book? We got it at one of your business workshops. But everybody in our team has read this. It’s one of these books you can just kind of pick up. And don’t get thrown off by our family. You see the word rich on there, like, I don’t know about rich.

Like, you’ll say that, and then you’re like, how can I support Elon Musk? You know, it’s just kind of a goofy programming. But this is a book you pick up, and it’s more like a magazine, you know, where like every page has a graph or a picture or a checklist or something very applicable. Don’t be intimidated because it’s really thick because it has a lot of pictures.

So even if you’re like one of my relatives, you would probably be able to get through it and enjoy it.

If you go to thrivetimeshow.com forward slash millionaire, every book that I’ve ever written is available to download for free or you can buy it. But you go to thrivetimeshow.com forward slash millionaire. So thrivetimeshow.com forward slash millionaire. You can download any of my books for free. And if you want to buy the book, you just go to thrivetimeshow.com and you click on shop now. But I have three new books coming out today actually.

So just for anybody out there that doesn’t know.

You are a book writing freak.

No, no.

The way I write books, for anybody out there that wants help on writing books, what you do is you have to write the manuscript, right? So I wrote the manuscript for book one, two, three, and then you have to edit it. So I just edited book one, two, three, and then did the type set for book one, two, three. So today, when you look later tonight, you’ll probably see three new books.

One is on public speaking, how to become an effective speaker. One is on selling. And then one, just how to sell more. And then another book is, I think it’s hilarious, but it’s about calling your leads. So many people today, just for whatever reason, call an inbound lead to their business one time.

And it turns out in our culture today, in my office, we have, with my clients, our average client tells me they have to call, text, and email an inbound lead from a customer an average of six times before the customer picks up the phone. So I wrote a book called Call Your Leads, and on every page of the book, it’s another tip on how to call your leads.

So it’s a really incredible book. So one is kind of funny, the other two on public speaking and on sales, those are really serious books. But again, that will be Thrivetimeshow.com forward slash millionaire. And one more thing, an employee of mine who’s been with me for about three years, great kid, great guy, he showed up in my life. His website is JTLawson.com. And he showed up as an unpaid employee who wanted to intern, and he quickly learned how

to earn over $100,000 a year. And then he learned how to invest in real estate, then he learned how to open his own company. He’s really doing great and he wrote a book about what he learned during the three years that he has shattered with me and been around me. If anybody buys a copy of his book at JTLawson.com, the book is called What I Learned from My Millionaire Mentor, you are actually entered in for a chance to win a trip to Hawaii. So, he’s given away a trip to Hawaii and a life-changing book.

Just this morning, I found out that he sold 80 copies of the book last night. So last night 80 copies. It’s really taken off again. It’s JTLawson.com. You can get that book. I promise you that anybody in your life who’s in their mid-20s, early 30s, anybody who’s not dead who feels stuck, that book is a great book for them because he writes it from a very self-deprecating, very honest perspective where he was a very aggressive, hardworking

guy who was just going aggressively in a circle and he needed to have a mentor and he had the courage to reach out and ask if he could work for free to learn how to do it. For anybody out there, I just encourage everybody out there, you can do it.

Amen. We’ll put the interview, we did an in-person interview with JT which was absolutely amazing. We’re getting great reviews on that. People loved it. We’ll put that in the notes below as well, link to that because that was a great interview. If you’re on a platform that doesn’t have notes, just go to Rumble or go to flyover.live and you can find it there. So Clay, thank you so much for your time.

We really appreciate it.

Thank you guys so much. Have a great day. And Colton, I know you can hear me right now. I appreciate all the magic you’re doing behind the scenes. Thank you, Avery. Thank you, Team Flyover. Appreciate you guys.

Hi, I’m Ryan Wimpy.

And I’m Rachel Wimpy.

And the name of our business is Hip Talk Tonight.

Our business is a dog training business. We help people with behavioral issues and teach their dog how to listen. When I was learning to become a dog trainer, we didn’t learn anything about internet marketing or advertising or anything at all. It’s just dog training. And that’s what’s so great about working with Clay and his team because they do it all for


So that we can focus on our passion and that’s training dogs. Clay and his team here, they’re so enthusiastic. Their energy is off the charts, never a dull moment, very thriving.

We’ve been working with Clay and his team for the last five months, two of which have been our biggest months ever, one our biggest gross by 35%. Clay’s helped us make anything from brochures to stickers, new business cards, new logos, scripts for phones, scripts for email, scripts for text messages, scripting for everything.

How I would describe the weekly meetings with Clay and his team are awesome. They’re so effective. It’s worth every minute. Things get done. We’ll ask for things like different flyers and they’re done before our hour is up. So it’s just awesome, extremely effective.

If you don’t use Clay and his team, you’re probably going to be pulling your hair out or you’re going to spend half of your time trying to figure out the online marketing game and producing your own flyers and marketing materials, print materials, all the stuff like that. You’re really losing a lot as far as lost productivity and lost time. Not having a professional do it has a real sense of urgency and actually knows what they’re doing when you already have something that’s your core focus and you already know how to do it.

You would also be missing out with all the time and financial freedom that you would have working with Clay and his team.

We would recommend Clay and his team to other business owners because they need to be working on their business, not just trying to figure out the online game, which is complex and changing daily. So, no one has a marketing team, too. Most people don’t. They can’t afford one, and their local web guy or local person that they know probably can’t do everything that a whole team and a whole floor of people can do in hours and not just weeks or months. There’s a definite sense of urgency with Clay and his team. I used to have to ride other web people. Really, I mean really ride them to get stuff done and stuff is done so fast here.

People, there’s a real sense of urgency to get it done. Great.

Look at this cute baby.

What a great baby. Quality baby. That’s a healthy baby. Prime Nation on today’s show, I’m very excited for you to hear this success story about this wonderful couple that, Sean, I would describe them as they are killing the game in the most non-violent way possible. They’re killing the game. Yeah. In the most non-violent way possible.

They are blowing up in a good way. Folks, I’m telling you, these folks are really growing their business and what makes them great is they’re really kind, hardworking, diligent people, and we’re honored to serve them. We’ve got Jenny and Mike here joining us. Jenny and Mike, welcome to The Thrive Time Show.

How are you two?

Hi, thank you.

Good, we’re doing well.

OK, I’ll start with you, Jenny, because frankly,

Sean likes you more.

I’m just kidding.

So how did you first discover us and the business coaching

that we provide?

So I was listening to different podcasts about business. I was starting up our business. And so you were the first one to pop up on our podcast on Apple. I think Apple is what I was on. And so I started listening to you. I got on your website and I was just a little girl starting a business. And I said, I’m going to ask this guy to be my coach. And I don’t think I’m going to get a shot.

But sure enough, within a week, you called me.

Now who is this cute, cute child here? But Micah, who is this cute kid here?

It’s Lennon Rose. She is about to be 10 months old.

I hate to do this to you, but can you kind of hold up the baby to the camera a little


This is probably… Oh, look at this cute baby. What a great baby. Quality baby. That’s a healthy baby. So, Mike, can you tell us, what’s the name of your website there? I think people want to look you up and verify you’re real people that don’t just happen to have a cute baby.


Our website is newconcept.healthcare.

Newconcept.healthcare. So newconcept.healthcare. I’m gonna pull it up right now, folks, so we can all verify that they’re not just a couple who’s taking advantage of the cute baby they have to get a podcast here. This is a real couple, because I’m pulling it up here.

So this is the website. It’s newconcept.healthcare. And can you tell our listeners, what services do you guys provide at newconcept.healthcare?

So we offer more functional medicine. So we offer IV therapies. We offer hormone replacement therapies. We also do acute care. We do pretty much everything, but we’re very much alternative. So we believe in medical freedom and that’s what we offer.

And you guys, you reached out. Do you remember that initial consultation there? Do you remember, Mike, that initial consultation?

Do you remember what that was like?

Yeah, it was actually pretty overwhelming that we started in this business with absolutely

nothing and we had the opportunity to work with a five-time check. The one thing I always try to do is, my father, great guy, may he rest in peace, he worked his tail off like so many people do, and there was no real economic results that was achieved from it. There wasn’t any, you know, he had the college degree. He’s working two jobs. I remember he’s late thirties. He’s working at Domino’s, delivering pizzas,

working at Quick Trip. He worked at furniture stores. And I always try to look at every new client we have as though I’m talking to my dad, you know? Because like, what would my dad, you know, what could he have learned at the age of 37 that could have changed the financial trajectory of his life?

You know, and I try to look at it that way. And so you guys, I paired you up with Sean. You’ve been working with Sean, I believe Sean, since October of 2020. Is that correct, Sean?

I think that’s when they started their business. It wasn’t until about April of 2021.

April of 2021. And at that point, from that point to now, Sean, how much growth have you guys achieved from 2021 to now? Do you know that number?

Yeah, I mean, we’re sitting at 2023 revenues were 821,000. And there in October of 2020, like they only had a few months. Yeah. They made about 95,000 by the end of 2020. And then we grew significantly that first year about 375% to 588,000.

And we continued to grow there ever since all the way up to where we’re getting

close to the million dollar mark at this point here just like three years in. Jenny how would you describe the growth? Would you say you’ve doubled or you’re five times larger? How would you describe that?

Oh no, I definitely feel the growth. There’s been some growing pains and you guys have helped us through that too. So it’s been amazing. It’s been amazing to help people because that’s what I’m passionate about. And you guys have really helped us expand and tell people what we’re about.

So step one here, we do this with all the clients. I’m going to walk people through the steps. We really needed to nail down your branding. And that’s a big thing, because branding is to humans what clothing is. So as an example, you wake up today, folks, if you run around and you’re streaking through life, you’re probably not going to get a lot of conversations started. So we all have to be intentional about, you know, what are we going to wear? Are we going to wear a tie? Are we going to wear a polo? Are we going to do makeup? Are we not? So people, they judge us based on our appearance. And so we really had

to get a website built. We had to optimize the online brand. Jenny, we do it all included for our clients. So we don’t refer you to another vendor. We do it all. Can you talk about the impact that that has made on the business?

Oh, for sure. Just the website itself, it looks so great. We would never have been able to make it look that great. The way y’all optimize everything and keep us with Google, just where people search us and we’re the first people that come up. And that’s actually how we’ve established our business and started offering some of the things that we offer

is because of the tags that we have. I didn’t originally start off as doing IV therapy, but due to people Googling, you know, healthcare functional medicine, I had three phone calls in a week that said, hey, do you offer IV therapy? And it was very interesting. And I was like, well, no, but I can.

And so it was because of you guys that that kind of snowballed and took effect. So yeah, there’s a lot that you guys have done for us.

Now, Sean, we’re working with these wonderful clients here. I’ll pick on Mike here. You know, you always say great things about Mike and Jenny. What makes them good to work with? Because I want to make sure for anybody out there, if you go to thrivetimeshow.com, I consistently offer a free 13-point assessment. I’ve been doing that since 2005.

I do it without reservation. There’s no obligation. But there’s usually about one to two knuckleheads a week that will fill out the form and probably 20 really great people that fill out the form. And then we only take on 160 clients. So I don’t want anyone to waste their time. What makes Mike so great to work with?

Well, Clay, I mean, you, when I first started coaching, you taught me about these, you know, these two types of business owners. There’s the happy hopers out there and then there’s the diligent doers. And I think these guys are a great example of the diligent doer. They continually apply effort to work on their business, not just in their business. They consistently show up to their meetings. They track all of the critical numbers of their business, and they’re aware of what’s going on with all of their employees.

They’re paying attention to all the little things going on. They’re keeping all the plates spinning, and they ask great questions. They actually really do make a great effort consistently to apply our systems and help their business grow.

It’s been working. So step one we get the branding nailed down. That’s the website, the print pieces, the logos, the business cards, but then you have to develop that online reputation. Now that could be a tough thing to do, Jenny, and I was just I mean I’m not this isn’t a backhanded compliment I’m just saying but for people that are humble and very kind of which I would put Jenny in that category sometimes asking for reviews is more difficult because you almost feel like you’re self-promoting. I’ve never had this conversation with you, but has that been difficult for you to ask people to give you video reviews and Google reviews after you provided the service, or

was that easy for you to do?

It’s not easy. It still isn’t easy. It’s difficult because you feel like you’re begging for something, even though you know you did the right thing. So it’s difficult for me. It’s just my personality type, but we get it done anyways.

I’ll find this for the diligent, kind customers we work with, it’s very difficult sometimes to ask for those objective reviews from real customers. And I find that from my clients I’ve worked with that are sort of like self-described barbarians. I had a guy years ago I worked with, I won’t mention his name or his industry, but I’ll just say he’s obsessed with physical

fitness. And he told me, he says, I’m kind of a business barbarian. You tell me what to do and I will slay the dragons. And I’m like, okay, you need to get Google reviews from everybody you’ve ever worked with. And he’s like, oh, I’m on it. And this guy’s just shamelessly calling through his phone and just lighting people up going, give me a review.

Come on, give me a review. Why would you not give me a review? I’m like, go ahead, dial it down a little bit. So again, you guys are humble, diligent doers. You’re the ideal person here, so I appreciate you sharing that. The next thing we had to do is we had to create a no-brainer. Now a no-brainer is an offer so good, so amazing, that people simply cannot say no to it. Now I won’t mention the name of the company, but I worked years ago, and I still work with

this company. They’re a medical company.

They’re doing well now.

And for whatever reason, they put on their website, first initial consult, 497. And he went to one of these like borderline spiritual motivational conference things where Jesus isn’t described but they kind of talk about metaphysical alignment and getting your woosah, getting in your groove, alignment, no friction. And he came back and he’s like, Clay, I believe in the seventh number of completion. I go, I agree. He says, four is the number that’s urgent. I’m like, okay.

Not, and I go, what? I don’t want tire kickers. So I’m gonna do 497 for my first consult. That way I don’t deal with the tire kickers. And I’m like, doc, I love you so much. You’re a doctor, I love it. You don’t have any customers though. That’s why you came to me, you don’t have any customers.

So why don’t you do a first free consult? He’s like, I’m not gonna do it. I’m gonna kick out Sean the tire kicker. So I’m sure you’ve never seen this with a client.

Oh, never.

And so now what makes it worse is his wife also went to the Metaphysical Alignment Motivational Jackassery Festival, and she was like, 497 is the number. I had a dream about it. I’m like, yeah, you probably talked about it all weekend. You probably are subconsciously thinking about it. You’re probably creating a neural pathway related to 497. And so anyway, after about a year, he finally says, okay, I came to your conference and

I saw a person that did the first consult for a dollar. I’m going to go with that. And now his business is blowing up, could you talk about your no-brainer, your first consult for a dollar? How has that helped you having that no-brainer offer?

Yeah, so it gets people in. And so when we get people in, we know that we’re doing a good job and we know that we’re trustworthy and our healthcare is superior to most. So just getting people in for that dollar, because a lot of people are, you know, they’re nervous about going to the doctor or they don’t trust

health care system. And so they know that they can come in, they’re only going to spend a dollar, they can figure out whether or not they trust us, figure out whether or not we’re the place for them. And we know 100% of the time we will be. So it’s really helped us just get people in and get people to trust us more.

Now once somebody fills out the form, folks, there’s a linear pathway here. I’m trying to give you a visual here. So you establish your revenue goals, you figure out your numbers to break even, you figure out how many hours a week you’re willing to work. Even though you have a cute baby, you’ve got to figure out how you’re going to get it done. Step number four is you define your unique value proposition. What makes you unique? That’s something you and Sean have worked on together. You improve your branding. Now you’re coming in contact with humans. Business is a contact sport. I love this part. That’s when you start marketing.

You launch your marketing. You have your online ads. You optimize your website. You begin to come up top in the search results, you start to get leads. Do you remember what it was like, Jenny, when you first got your first online lead? Do you remember the first one where you’re like, it’s working!

Do you remember that moment?

Yeah, it was almost like we wanted to, well, we did celebrate because it finally had happened. And then as soon as the first one came in, the second one came in. And like I said, it was almost a growing pain experience. We had so many leads so fast. So it’s great. And we still celebrate every lead that we get.

Now, Mike, the next step is you have to make sales scripts. We recommend to every client that the calls are recorded for quality assurance. You have a sales script, the calls are recorded for quality assurance. You have a one sheet that tracks your pricing. You have pre-written emails. You begin tracking. Sean’s always bragging about you guys with tracking. Mike, how has it helped to have tracking in place where you can, how has that helped you?

Well, it’s really a good benefit because at the end of the week, you know what your income was, you know what your leads was. So wherever we’re lacking in, we can quickly adjust and make that adjustment and make it work for the next week.

Now, if you don’t have tracking, folks, this is a true story, it’s kind of a sad story. So I’ll speak in generality, Sean. I talked to a guy the other day, and this is a terrible story. Long-time client, and he got motivated. He set up a trade show. He didn’t tell me he was doing it. It’s fine.

You don’t have to tell me, but he set up a trade show. I think he was going to try to surprise me with the fruit of the trade show. So he set up the trade show, and he gets on the call. His energy is kind of off, and I’m like, are you okay? Yeah, dude, fine. What’s wrong? Hi, just, I don’t know. I’m like, you’re, we’re getting, you know, 10 to 15 leads a week.

It’s very consistent. Revenue looks good. He’s like, yeah, I’m in a tight spot. We’re in a tight spot. We’re in a tight spot. He says, I did a trade show. You did a trade show? Yeah, I got roped into four.

I did a thing where you get the billboard, you get the trade show, you get the magazine ad. And I did the trade show and we got no leads. And I go, what kind of trade show did you do? And he says, well, I went to the whatever trade show. And Sean, what I find is that there’s the emotional excitement about being on the billboard, being on the magazine cover, being on the cover, and he got called by one of these kind of scam, I call it a scam-och-ery or jackassery, they call you and they go,

hey is this Sean?

Yeah, this is Sean.

Sean, we noticed that you have an incredible health care company and we want to honor you by giving you the yada yada of the region award, it’s the yada yada. It’s a regional prestigious award. We’d like to meet with you. Can we meet with you? Yeah. So now I meet here. Now, Sean, again, I’m not on the phone, but I still like the phone voice here. So now, Sean, so because we’re so honored, you know, we’re inviting you to a plated dinner to honor your just your honor, your honor, your greatness, your humbleness. And it’s going to be a thousand dollars a

plate for you and your wife. And did you want four seats or eight? Because most people do eight.

Oh, I guess just four. Four.

Four. And that does include a glossy magazine feature in, we’ll just call it like Missouri local top doctor Jack Assery. It’s a great magazine. And you’re also on the, you’ll be on a billboard. We’ve teamed up with the billboard. It rotates through your seat. Hey, don’t get too excited. Just because we’re honored. Again, we’re just honored. Now, do you want to do the four tickets?

Yeah, absolutely.

Now, the way it works is it’s going to be four payments of $4,000 for a total of $16,000. And that’s serious. And now they’re in the trade shows. He’s going to the trade show, and there ain’t nobody there. There is nobody there. To be technical, nobody was at this trade show. I mean, everybody was not at the trade show. He’s got photos of like him and his wife and his team in an empty booth and he’s got a magazine and no leads are coming. And he was so excited to tell me, I’m sure you’ve

never encountered this sort of thing. Virginia, have you, you know, Jenny, have you ever seen a situation where that sort of shamakari advertising has been entered into your world in some capacity?

I’ve been there. I’ve been exactly where, what you’re talking about. And I’ve set up everything and paid employees. And I felt like I was nothing more than a free pin show. The only people that were there were people looking for free pins.

Oh, I know. And it feels terrible. And then you kind of have to sell it to yourself all day. But guys, we’re getting our name out there. Sean, can you pass the megaphone back there?

All right.

Right behind you.

Yeah, because I always tell people, when you get your name out there, what you do is you just run outside and say, all right, come visit New Ponce Health Care. And people go, why are you yelling at me? I’m trying to shop for my groceries.

New Ponce Health Care, my name out there.

Getting my, is this effective? It’s, of course it’s effective. I’m getting my name out there. And that leads to buying Frisbees, branded Frisbees, Goozies. You know what I’m saying? Branded pens. Yes.

All of a sudden you buy these things. Sean, you know what I’m talking about.

Oh yeah.

Okay. So now we have to do, and I’m going to show you, this is kind of the back end of one of my companies called Elephant in the Room. You do a search for eitrlounge.com and then you go to forward slash staff. I’m not going to give you the password, folks, but you log in. And these are all the systems needed to run the haircut chain. Now one thing I thought was very interesting is Truth Social, President Trump’s social media platform. The other day they were disclosing, Newsweek was disclosing the revenue of it.

And I just want people to know this because I think, and I, just full disclosure, I’m a very conservative person, but I just want people to see this. This is just something to look at. Truth Social, they declared in their filing that they did $3.3 million of revenue 49 million dollars of losses, which by the way, that’s very normal for a tech startup company. And their users are going up and they’re having an, there’s like a reaction in the marketplace. People are actually putting more money in,

they’re investing, the stock price is going up. But I don’t know anybody that I’ve met in my life, I’ve never met a client that can afford to bring in 3.3 million and lose 49 million, you know? So like for my haircut chain, we have five locations. We bring in more than 3.3 million and this just in, we don’t spend 49 million, you know? So we have to, we call it a lean startup.

You got to keep that thing lean. And so when you go to eitrlounge.com forward slash staff, every document needed to manage the business is here. So the opening checklist for the manager, you click here, boom, this is what the manager has to do to start the day. Everything is documented. And that’s kind of where we’re at right now with Jenny and Mike’s business.

We’re in the process of building all those checklists.


Sean, what kind of checklists have you built so far?

Oh, man. We have a whole page. Their staff page is pretty built out. We’re really getting there. I think more right now, it’s getting, correct me if I’m wrong, we need some managers in there so we can free you guys up from the business. And so we have a lot of the worker level systems.

We’re just now working on more of how do we get those manager level systems and find those high quality managers.

Now let me give Jenny a little mentor moment here. This will be helpful for you. I’m gonna hop on a flight in about two and a half hours, three hours to go to Denver, right? And I gotta go to Denver to meet with the founder of oxyfresh.com. This is a brand we’ve worked with and helped them to grow to 550 locations now.

550 locations, okay? And if you type in carpet cleaning floats, we’re the world’s highest rated and most reviewed company in the world, in the world, okay? 274,000 reviews. We’ve been holding this idea in our mind for 15 consecutive years. I’ve been working on this, Sajan,

before I met you, we just were grinding, okay? Yeah. And the biggest challenge that the locations have is managers, finding a good manager. And I tell people this, and it never goes over well, but hopefully eventually it will. I’ll keep refining it, refining the idea. The kind of person that enjoys conflict but also likes people is a good manager. Let me try that again.

The kind of person that enjoys conflict but also likes people is a good manager. And I have found it’s not so much trainable as it’s findable. So, as an example, where we’re getting ready to head out to Denver, Sean, you know my personality type. You know that I have to pack all this stuff to get ready to go. You saw my suitcase out there.


How many times do you think I’ve followed up with the people involved in the trip so far before leaving? Oh, man. It’s probably on your to-do list, and you’ve checked it off like probably at least five times today, I would think. And what kind of things do you think I might have put on my checklist to travel to Denver? First off, just making sure that the timing is working, making sure that you have all the stuff that you need, making sure that you have double of the stuff that you need in case something gets broken, making sure that the people who are there know you’re coming and when you’re going to be there. Do you think I’m checking a bag? Oh yeah, you’re probably not checking a bag. There it is! Because you’re lost. Oh

right! And am I, you think I’m catching a flight a lot earlier than I need to be there? Way earlier. Yeah, if I’m having a meeting tomorrow, which I am, I’m leaving today at 1230. So this is, that’s the sort of paranoia that makes management possible. So I have literally called, I said, all right, I’m getting on the 1230 flight. We’re meeting tomorrow. I should be in by like four o’clock Denver time. Our meeting’s tomorrow.

If that flight gets delayed and the next one gets delayed and the next one, I’ll still be there. I’ve got backup phone chargers. I have a rule, everybody going with me, you cannot check a bag. I want to check a bag. Can’t check a bag. Why? Because it could get lost. This is real. I’m not, every, I am completely paranoid. And that is the, the paranoia is what makes the businesses run. Yeah. And I asked my staff every day, guys, elephant in the room, did you guys get a review? And they say, yeah, we got a review. You asked me 10 minutes ago.

OK, I’ll talk to you in four minutes. You hear me say that. I’ll say, I’ll talk to you in five minutes.


And I’ll do it. And it’s a follow up of, because I have to make sure that the checklists are being followed, the reviews are being followed. We’re a licensed business.

People don’t know that.

Haircare, you’re licensed by the state. So we have certain cleanliness standards. We could have random people from the state show up. So we got checklists. And I follow up. And it doesn’t bother me to follow up with the same adult who’s in their 40s six times within a 50 minute span of time, it doesn’t bother me. But most people, that bothers them.

And so, have you found that, Jenny, that a lot of people don’t like to follow up?

Have you found that or is that just something unique to me?

I’ve found that they don’t like to follow up. No, people don’t like to follow up. It’s almost like an awkward communication thing that people try to avoid, yeah. And it’s not necessarily that you’re being mean or any type of way, but I feel like that’s probably the way that we feel when we continuously follow up, like we’re having to step on people’s toes, but really we’re not, we’re just getting the job done.

My mentorship moment for you is it’s probably the same feeling you have when you ask for reviews.


It’s probably the same.

So, and I’m just saying, and then, Mike, did you ever play football or a sport of some kind? Yeah, I used to play soccer. Okay, soccer. So like when you, what position did you play? Goalkeeper. Goalkeeper, okay. So is a goal, this is a great example, I didn’t know you’re a goalkeeper, but when you’re a goalkeeper and someone’s kicking that ball at you fast, I mean just the ball’s coming in there, I mean people can really kick a soccer ball fast. There are certain people that want to be a goalkeeper, but they kind of avoid the ball, they try to hide from it, they flinch, you know what I’m talking about?

But you actually would lunge into it, am I correct?


I mean, you’re aggressive, right?

I mean, you’re like, you would, for some reason, you enjoyed it.

Yeah. Right?

I’m getting 100 miles an hour fastball.

Have you ever seen somebody who tried to be a goalie, I’m not looking for a name here,

but somebody who would kind of hide from the ball?


This is the same thing for management. Like, as a manager, you have to want, like, you have to sort of seek out conflict, but like people. So I’ll say things like, okay, it’s eight o’clock. I need to make sure you put out the flags in front of the elephant in the room store today, Mr. Manager, put out the flags that draw the attention by the road, put out the flags. And I’m going to call you in 10 minutes to follow up.

Call him in 10 minutes. Are the flags up? Can you send me a picture? They’re like, do you not trust me? Absolutely not. I trust nobody.

Go ahead and send him.

And then I’ll call him back 30 minutes later. Hey, did you get Google reviews? Yeah, we got one Google review. You know, the quote is 10. Yeah, I’ll call you back in two minutes. You know, calm back. Hey, did you get a review? It’s been two minutes. I know. I’ll tell you what. I’ll call you back in an hour. And my whole day is just following up. And then over time, the culture happens where people go, he’s going to follow up. And now the people that like to follow up, like to work there. It’s become a great

thing. And that’s where we’re kind of at right now, I think, is we’re getting into the follow-up phase. Do you have call recording in place there, Mike? Do you have the call recording for quality assurance installed yet?

Yes, we do.

And are you learning some things?

Yes. It is very hard to train people on recording experience.


That’s something we got to do. Now we’re just going through the workflow. And then the wowing the customers. What Sean is saying is that your patients are consistently wowed. Now, I don’t know if that’s because Sean is your hype man, or if that’s a real thing. But it seems like people are actually wowing. They’re being wowed right now. People

when they come in, this is if you look at the workflow, they buy something right here. We have to wow them. You’ve got to create that wow moment. And again, if you want to download this diagram, folks, just go to Thrive Time Show dot com forward slash millionaire Thrive Time Show dot com forward slash millionaire. You can download my newest book called A Millionaire’s Guide to Become Becoming Sustainably Rich. You’ve got to create that wow moment. I mean, amidst the checklists and the tracking, at some point here, you’ve got to create a moment that wows people where they go, wow. So I’m trying to get everybody’s creative juices flowing here.

So if you have a restaurant, I work with a restaurant in Florida right now, a great restaurant, they say, welcome in. Is it your first time? They say, yeah, it’s my first time. Oh, well, hey, you get free appetizers on us today and one free adult beverage. Welcome in. And that every time it’s that wow and then when you come back later and ask for a review or hey What on trade do you want guess what people become generous with how they buy another example?

I work with an auto auction the auto auction says your first time that you buy from the auto auction You only have to pay a dollar More than the actual cost of the vehicle just to wow people to get that going I happen to work with a carpet cleaning business carpet cleaning business and what they do is they say, hey, the first time we clean your carpet will be any competitor’s price, and it will be at least half off of our normal price. And they go, okay, great. You got to have that wow moment. What are you guys doing, Jenny,

to wow your customers there? Well, there are things that we do. We will oftentimes give samples of certain things because we know they work. We have a lot of supplement sales that we do. Again, the dollar consult is a wow moment because we will spend some, you know, 10 to 15 minutes explaining how we’re different. And I feel like they’re wowed because of that. Also, our services are so much different. We spend time in the room with our patients. We listen to them.

They’re not just a number. And a lot of times people have never experienced that. So, there’s a lot of wow moments, I think, for all of our patients.

You know, I understand that 59% of your customers are now from word of mouth.

Is that accurate?


That’s huge.

Yeah, well, and with the customer acquisitions cost, too, I’ve heard you say this before, Clay, that if you’re advertising and you’re doing a good job wowing at the same time, they compound each other and you’ll end up having two to three word of mouth referrals from those patients that are wowed for every one lead you have from advertising. We measured and tracked that they had this last year. For every dollar they spent on advertising, they were able to bring back in $4.61. So that’s a 461% return on their marketing investment.

It’s incredible stuff. And the great news is, as we build these systems, if you guys ever wanted to franchise or license or open up multiple locations, if done properly, you should be able to scale it. It should be very repeatable, very duplicatable. Other things you guys have done, you’ve implemented a database to keep track of your customers, your gathering, objective video reviews.

You guys are really checking all the boxes. I’d like for you, if you can, Jenny, here, to give a word of encouragement for any of our listeners out there that are a little bit on the fence right now and they’re going, you know, I have thought about scheduling a free consultation, but I don’t know. I hear it’s $1,700 a month. Can you maybe explain your thoughts, what you’d say to anybody who’s a friend of yours or family that asks you about the value about the business consulting? Oh well I would say

that the $1,700 a month is an excuse not to have someone to mentor you. It’s kind of like being in a gym when you need a trainer. We’re not always perfect and business owning is not easy and you need a mentor. I’ve never missed the $1,700 a month, even when I was only six months in when we started with you guys. I’ve never even considered it a loss. It was scary at first to make that, but that wasn’t an excuse. I knew I needed someone to guide me through this, and you guys have guided us through this through the entire thing, through employees, through income, through spending, through

all of it. And we come through so many problems. There are a lot of problems that are established when you have a business. I mean, you become very overwhelmed very fast and you need somebody that you can call who’s successful who’s been there that says, you’re not crazy, this happens to all of us, here’s what you do about it. It’s been the best decision that we’ve made.

Final question I have here for you, as far as having a turn, like a one-stop shop. Years ago I hired a business consultant who was great and he would say things like, and I’m not ripping him, I’m just telling you what would happen. He would say, Clay, you got to work on your business. They’re not in it.

I’m going, that’s true.

He goes, you got to delegate to elevate. That’s true. Clay, your website is not optimized. And I’m going, this is great. It’s fresh perspective. I go, Bruce, could you help me optimize? No, I don’t optimize. Could you help me work on it?

No. Could you help me make a checklist? No. Do you make, do you help me with the print pieces that I need to make? No. Can you make a video? No. Do you help me with my online ads? No. Clay, and he would use to, he was kind of an Eastern, he’s an Eastern,

Northeastern American guy, and he used to say, Clay baby, let me tell you what, I don’t, I don’t, I don’t make print pieces. What am I, a print piece guy? I’m not a web guy. We know what I am. I’m a work on the business guy. You got to find a good web guy. So every meeting we would have would result in me having to find another vendor to pay another $8,000 to, to build the website, 4,000 to make the video, 5,000 to do it. So every time you give a recommendation, it would lead to another cost. Can you maybe explain the value of having a flat monthly fee?

Yeah, I don’t have to ever worry about it. I know if I need the website updated, it’s a text away. I know if I’m having trouble with an employee, it’s a text away. I know if I need financial advice, it’s a text away. And again, we meet every single week and all our questions are answered and we’re held accountable to what we need to be held accountable for. So it really works for us.

Jenny and Mike, thank you guys for your time so much. I really do value your time. I appreciate you guys being here today. And on part two of today’s show, we’re going to tee up another success story because we want people to know it is possible, despite the financial jackassery plaguing our nation right now, it is possible to become successful and you guys are a living example of it. Thank you guys for bringing your baby on the show. We’ll talk to you soon.


Hey, thanks for having us.

All right, Sean, so we got three people in a very small space here in the studio. Sean, introduce us to today’s guest there, sir.

Okay, so this is Kandra Sipansky. And it’s quite a last name, folks.


You play hockey?


Okay, good.

That’s a hockey name, sure.

So we were going over some of the stats before,

and she owns an eyelash extension salon.

What’s the web address where I can go pull it up here?

It is, there’s, yeah, so there’s two.

Which one are we going to? She has the extensionist, which is T-H-E, and then X, tensionist. Tensionist.


Got it.


That’s right.

Got it.

There we are. Okay, got it. Okay, so, and what are the services at Kandu that you all provide here?

Mainly just eyelash extensions. Eyelash extensions. We do other stuff, but that’s been the main thing for years. And then we started adding things like permanent makeup, brow stuff.

And how long have we worked with you?

How long have we had the opportunity to work with you?

Since 2019.

So tell us, what kind of growth have you had from 2019 versus now we’re in 2022?

So 2019, it was 880.

Yeah, it was like 880,000 is what the tax return said.

That’s great, yeah. OK. And then what did you get to this year, or 2021, I guess?

2021, 1.4.

Oh, 1.4.

1.4, 1.4, OK. And when we work with a lot of clients, a lot of clients, if you’re out there listening today, what we want to do is we want to help you grow your company. And so I want to walk you through the process of how to grow a company, because a lot of people watching go, I want to grow my company. It’s kind of a big, vague idea, but I want to dial into the specifics of what we’ve had to do to grow the business and what we’re doing moving forward here.

So first off, when we started working with you, you’ve always had a product that people love. I mean, is that an accurate statement? Yes. People love it, I think. So what we’ve had to do is build the online reputation so that people that don’t know about your business, who haven’t been in the business, they can hear about it before they kind of go online and build an online opinion about your business before they come in.

How have you been doing on gathering objective Google reviews? Has that been something you guys have been hammering on there, Kendra?

How have you been doing on that?

Every stinking week, she hits the key performance indicator at each one of her locations. We have nailed that.

Like they just do it now.

It’s awesome. Okay, so step one, we want to put the online reputation. There’s a lot of detail.

Have you guys gotten into video reviews yet?


They have an ungodly amount of them. It’s ridiculous.

They’re on the website.

Yeah, if you go to the testimonials page on theextensionist918.com.


Got it.

You’ll find them.

Now, when people go to the website, then you want to create some sort of a no-brainer, some sort of a hot deal, so that way people that don’t know who you are don’t hesitate to do business with you. Now again, you guys have, in my opinion, you’re branded as one of the top, aka premier brands in Oklahoma right now for what you do. What’s the no-brainer offer that you now offer first-time customers?

So we’ve just been doing a discounted classic full set, but Sean and I were just talking about doing a $1 full set and trying that.

So $1 for a full set maybe.



Yeah, I’ve always been afraid to do that, but I think we’re going to.

Well, and too, we’ve got the memberships going now too. You didn’t have a membership model. Now we have membership packages we’ve developed that make it make a little more sense to get somebody in for $1. Because just like with Elephant in the Room Clay, if you can convert the majority of them to a membership,

it makes a lot of sense to give away 25 or 40 bucks on the first service.

Right. And for people that don’t know, Elephant in the Room is a haircut chain that I own and founded. But again, regardless of whether you have a business that’s an eyelash extension business or a haircut business or a dog training company or a home building company, the step one we’ve got to do is we’ve got to improve that online reputation. Now, step two, we’ve got to get those video reviews. Step three, we’ve got to enhance the website. Step four, we’ve got to enhance a no-brainer. Come up with a no-brainer that gets people excited and offers so hot people will not reject you. And then step five, if we can make a membership model for certain services, you can do that. Has a membership model helped you with the sustainability of your finances?

So far, no, just because I feel like we weren’t offering a good enough no-brainer. It’s only been a couple of months. Oh, so it’s kind of a new thing.


Kind of a newer thing.


Now, the hiring and process, next thing is you want to create a hiring process. Now, one of the things that’s tough about your business or my business or any company out there, it’s finding good people. Now, if you have a system in place to find good people, that’s not so challenging. Have you guys started the group interview process?

How’s that going?

It’s good.

Has it helped you?

It’s a lot of fun, actually.



We went from, in 2019, you had 14 employees,

and now you have 40.

Wow, okay, so you went from 14 employees, okay, from 14 employees to 40 employees. Now, people who work with me, it’s very interesting, I was just talking to a guy literally probably 39 minutes ago, I mean, who I’ve worked with for years and the one thing that he mentioned to me, it’s interesting, he goes, you know, Clay, I’ve worked with you now for almost a decade

and he’s like, my business is now 10 times what it was 10 years ago. And he’s like, it’s just a consistent application of effort. I just go down that boom book, I follow it and every week we just get 2%. And he’s like, I’ve tried to explain that to people and they don’t often get that it’s not like a one big idea. All these things are big ideas, but it’s the implementation.

Can you talk about what it’s like working with our team and Sean on a weekly basis now since 2019?

Well, I feel like talking to him every week, I have someone who can help me with ideas and stay on my ass about things. And like you said, the consistency. So that’s, I feel like, the biggest thing that Sean helps me with. Just the consistency. Right. And the tracking. Because before, I didn’t do any kind of tracking at all. And that’s been probably the biggest thing for me.

Now, tracking, what it does is it takes the feelings out of things. Let me just give you an example. This is kind of a funny thing. One of these clients I’ve worked with for years, I was talking to him on Monday. And it’s funny because on the tracking sheet, it shows how many outbound calls did you make? How many appointments did you set? So again, in his particular business, it’s a different industry,

but it’s how many calls did you make? How many appointments did you set? How many leads did you get? We just try, how many Google reviews did you get? How many dollars a week did you spend on your Facebook ads? And we just track every week. And that tracking allows us to see obvious patterns. So we get to the part where the calls,

it shows the number of calls being made. And I know his caller. Like I know the caller, because I’ve been around the guy. And the owner brought the caller to the meeting. And so I’m going, so you made that many calls? Because I don’t think he did. And he’s like, no, no, I didn’t do it. So sometimes people, even with a tracking sheet,

they’ll put in information that’s kind of bogus. Has the tracking sheet, I’m not looking for specific names, but has it allowed you, Kendra, to expose bogusness in your business, like gaps?

Yeah, for sure, yeah.


She does the appointments booked weekly part.


She tracks a lot of the lead sources. She’s also tracking whether or not the people are, in fact, getting the reviews to put onto

the sheet, which we can go and verify ourselves.


But still, this person is supposed to be supplying.

We just caught this in the last week or two. Yeah.

Because when you delegate a lot of stuff, you’ve got to follow up on it.


And so, she’s got to be able to do that. And so, she’s got to be able to do that. And so, she’s got to be able to do that. we just caught this in the last week or two. Because when you delegate a lot of stuff, you gotta follow up on it regularly. And this person went two weeks or so,

just copying and pasting the same amount of leads. Wow. Now installing a quality control loop, I’m not sure if we’re there yet in the system, but for the elephant in the room, as an example, it’s a haircut chain. And we have mystery shoppers that we pay to come in, or they get a free haircut, to come in and get a haircut.

And then what we do is we try to get feedback from them. And they have a checklist that’s very simple that they go over. But it’s sights, sounds, smells, experiences, just so that we know. And then they text me how it’s going. Well, you know, it’s interesting because when you have mystery shoppers, you pick up on things you wouldn’t pick up on.

So like recently, this past week, we found out that there were smudges on one of the windows that had been not addressed since the last mystery shopper. Or we’ll find out, we have five stores, so we find out that the bathrooms at one of the stores were dirty. Have you guys started putting in the mystery shopper yet? Has that started yet?

No, okay, so we’re still kind of. Now, where do you, like right now, how many locations do you have open now? Five. Okay, so now as you’re scaling the systems, that’s kind of the next process, the systems and the checklist. How are you doing on that process, Kendra?

How are you on implementing, building scripts and checklists for everything?

We’ve made a lot of scripts within the past couple of months, just for every little thing, mainly on the phone.

So where do you see the vision going now? Cause again, how many locations, do you have five? Where do you see the vision go? What’s the plan? Are you looking to license now? Are you looking to franchise? What do you see as the future?

I would like to license. License it, okay. So no more stores that I open.

Yeah, there’s still room. We can fit about 14 more stylists in the space that we have, which will bring in a minimum of a half a million dollars more just with the space that we have. But it’s important to mention that we are maintaining a very healthy 20% profit margin in this business as well.

Well, let’s talk about that for a second, because a lot of times people forget that part. You know, you got to get the accounting done. And I kind of view this as part of the tracking process. But when you start tracking and you start to go, well, this is how much money came in. And this is how much money went out. And you go, wow.

You know, you can discover real quick, wow, there’s maybe not enough there. Tracking, did you end up having to maybe raise prices or cut any expenses? Or did that help you kind of seeing where the income in and the expenses were going?

I think for me, it was a lot of the just not knowing like being a business owner and waking up every day and not knowing if you’re gonna have enough money for payroll or if you’re gonna have enough money to pay the bills and so doing that just gave me the mental picture the physical manifestation of How we’re actually doing and that was not as bad as I thought now everybody’s got their own flow

You know, so what I do with my businesses is, I know how big I wanna get. I’m very happy with where we’re at, so it’s good. And people all the time, they go to Thrive Time Show and they’ll schedule a consultation. I just talked to a guy today and he was like, I don’t understand why you have 160 clients. Why not take on 400?

And I just know, cause our business is very involved. Like every business owner we work with, it’s like, we have to really get to know you. Where the haircut business, I don’t have that. It’s like, I don’t know most of the customers and we scale it out. But you ultimately, no matter what kind of business you’re in, if you’re in a high touch business,

like a dentist or a cosmetic surgeon, I mean, Dr. Whitlock, one of my clients, it’s very high touch. We eventually have to get to a place and space where we figure out our ideal schedule. A schedule that works for our family and one that’s kind of, where do you, are you happy currently with your schedule?

Have you optimized it? I’m not saying it has to be, check all the boxes that the world approves, but I mean, do you like your schedule now?

That was also another thing that I started doing because of Sean was my calendar and I’ve accepted it for a long time, but now I…

She has every minute of her day blocked out every day.

And so you feel good about where you’re headed now?

Yeah, I do. I pretty much don’t have to do anything with this business anymore, so I just opened a Daylight Donuts. Really?

I’ve been spending time doing that. Last Monday. Bam! Awesome.

Is it a little crazy? Yeah, just because the person that was supposed to work in open. Yeah, bailed. Bailed, so I’ve been having to do it. Yeah, now for entrepreneurs, if you’re out there

today and you are, let me just pull this up real quick here, if you’re out there today, you’re in the Northeast Oklahoma, Tulsa area, one, you can visit the business here, the extension is 918.com. You can check it out, you can learn more about it. I encourage you to do so. Also, you know, we have workshops that we do, and the workshops, why I like the workshops is that we’re able to work in kind of a shop-like environment on somebody’s businesses, on their business for a window of time. So people will come to the workshop, we start at seven, we go till three, and they’ll go, I learned more in a day than I’ve learned in years. And we hear that all the time. How would you describe the actual business workshop experience?

It’s pretty much everything that’s in coaching just like packed in two days.

Got it. And so is that helpful for you? Is that kind of a reinforcement thing for you?

Yeah. I sometimes when I’m getting up super early, I’m like, why am I going? I already got a coaching, but every time that I go, it like gets me going again.

By the way, I have a question for you. This is not dogging any of our attendees, but we have one guy who attended the past workshop and he is brand new to business. And he asked a ton of questions that I would have asked when I was 20 years old. And to me, it was great to hear, because I’m like, ha ha,

I remember when I had those questions. And it almost reaffirms what you’ve learned. Do you learn stuff from other people that have questions? Yeah. Do you kind of learn stuff from their questions?

Yeah, yeah.

Yeah, so Sean, people like Kandra are not a dime a dozen. I really do believe, you know, we look for diligent doers to help people that show up, people that knock out the homework, people that are not super high emotional. It doesn’t mean you can’t have emotions, it doesn’t mean you can’t be excited,

but you know, people that can just knock it out. What makes Kandra a great client to work with? Just for anybody out there that’s thinking about reaching out to us.

She is just very stoic in that if something is going wrong or is just like, it doesn’t matter if it’s a small thing or a large thing, she comes in very even keeled and goes, we gotta like fix this thing. And it’s just a very unemotional process. She’s also very realistic about timelines. She blocks her action items into her calendar, which is a big deal. She actually does that.

So she gets stuff done, and she’s also a client that, you know, she can operate very consistently with this business and build another business and still not be emotional and freaked out. So it’s just, it’s very rare. And that’s what we would look for in a great client, because you never know in business, like what emotional turmoil is headed your way, it’s more about your mindset towards when things come up. And she’s really mastered that.

Now, Kendra, you know, according to Inc. Magazine, I’m going to pull this up for a second. You know, Inc. Magazine reports that 96% of businesses fail. And it blows my mind, but I talked to a guy at the last conference and he was like, you know, I love the idea of coaching, but the thing is, and he said, Clay, I’ve tried other coaching programs in the past, and the issue is I’m not gonna meet with somebody

every week at the same time. That’s just not, I’m not, and I’m not a guy who uses a to-do list, okay, and I’m not a big calendar guy, and that’s the problem with other coaching programs, and I kinda like your program because I think, I go, no, no, no, no, no, that’s not us. That would not be a good fit. So if you were out there telling people

who would be a good fit to become a client, because we get our clients grow by default, 96% of businesses fail according to Inc. Magazine. So by default, we know most businesses fail, but we don’t want to take on every single client who would be a good fit for us and who wouldn’t kind of from an outsider’s perspective. Someone who knows that

they have to put in the work to do it because that’s what it takes. I feel like a big reason that that 96% is 96% is because they don’t do anything to grow or take responsibility because it is your responsibility and no one else’s.

I love it. And again, I’m not gonna get into your personal life but I do wanna point out something. Everybody likes to say that I can’t become successful because I have this going on in my life. And I see people that are newly married. They say, I wanna grow my business but I just got married just as a kid. I see

people that, well, one of our clients this year, her husband passed away and she had her best year of all time. And I asked her why. And she said, because we worked really hard as a couple to build the business. And when he passed, I recognized that, you know, it didn’t help to pout about it. I was just going to focus on growing the business to kind of honor what we had built together. I think of another client that recently, they’re growing their business and a weather situation attacked their business in a way that, you know, if you live on the coasts,

weather can hit you. And their business was ravaged years ago by disastrous hurricane weather. And they went on to have their best year of all time. And I’m talking to the owner and he’s going, man, I, you know, now the challenge for him with his particular business is staffing because more and more people are harder to find

to work in his particular industry. But again, we can all make excuses or we can all step up and make it happen. So I encourage everybody out there, if you’re looking to grow your company, you can go to thrivetimeshow.com, and at thrivetimeshow.com, you can click on the little consulting button here.

Oh, let me see here. You can schedule a free 13 point assessment. Let me go there right now. Feeling the flow, working it, going to Thrive Time Show. If I spell it right, it helps. Go in here, awesome. And I click here, boom. And you can schedule a free 13 point consultation

with myself and I’ll teach you all the systems that I have in place to help you grow your company. Or if you’re looking for eyelash extensions, and I know that I’m not, but if you are, you can go to the extensionist918.com. Kendra, thank you so much for joining us. I really do appreciate you.

Thank you.

Take care.

Now, Sean, a lot of people reach out, they go to thrivetimeshow.com and they always ask me, they say, Clay, what do you do? And so I’m trying to explain it in as succinct a way as possible. But first thing we do, you know, Sean, a lot of people go to Thrivetimeshow.com or I’ll see people at a tour, I’ll see them at an event, people will reach out to us and they’ll say, what exactly do you guys do? And if I had to explain it

to you succinctly, we essentially grow businesses seven times faster than the average business that doesn’t fail. Although Inc. Magazine does show that 96% of businesses fail by default. So if you go to Inc. Magazine, you see that 96% of businesses fail by default. So I guess one benefit is our clients don’t fail, but the next thing they do is they grow seven times faster. So what we do here is we help you reduce the working hours that you’re working and decrease your costs while increasing your sales and your profitability. And then since 2006, we’ve got a team now that does graphic design, photography, branding,

print media, photography, videography, digital marketing, systems creation, public speaking, coaching, booking, workflow mapping, search engine enhancement, PR, marketing. We do a lot of PR, a lot of monetizing. We help people to grow their business, their podcast, their dentistry, their law firm. But what we do is we document those success stories over here at thrivetimeshow.com. If you click on the testimonials. And since 2006, I have over 2000 success stories. So if you’re out there today

and you want to become the next success story, what you have to do is you go to thrivetimeshow.com and you click right here on growth consulting and you schedule a free 13 point assessment. And that free 13 point assessment, what that does is that schedules you a time to meet with me so that you and I can go over where you’re at versus where you want to be.

And then if you want to work with us, I charge $1,700 a month. It’s a flat rate of 1-7-0-0 per month to help you grow your company. And again, folks, if you want to learn more about that, we’ve got the in-person workshops, we’ve got the one-on-one coaching. Sean, how long have you worked here as a consultant?

How long have you worked here? Doing consulting, it was about 18 months after I came on board. So it’s coming up on five years. Five years! And just think of a few clients off the top of your head that have had massive growth. I mean, I think about what, Levi Gables? Oh yeah, Levi, he’s working on company number three and four right now.

What’s his company called? His original company, he came to us, called GEI-USA.com. GEI-USA.com. That’s a client you’ve worked with, he’s had tremendous growth. We just did an interview with Kandra, the attorney James, we’ve worked with him. Who else can you think of? Nick Holman, we grew his business by five-fold and we decreased his workload. That’s a cabinet company.

Yeah, the cabinet guy.

Yeah, so again, if you’re out there and you’re saying, I need to see the success, I need to see the documentation, I need to see the proven plan, all you’ve got to do right now is go to Thrivetimeshow.com, Thrivetimeshow.com, and you click on testimonials and bam, you can see what we do. My name’s Clay Clark. I’m the former USSBA Entrepreneur of the Year. I built all the systems, built all the processes, and I’ve been since 2006 coaching clients.

And along the way, I’ve started to discover great people like Clay Stairs or Sean Lohman or Andrew or different members of our team. And we teach them the processes so that they can help you grow your business for less money than it would cost you to hire one minimum wage employee. If you hired one minimum wage employee out there full time,

it’s gonna cost you about two grand a month after taxes, insurance, et cetera. It turns out we’re less. Turns out, this just in. So schedule that consultation today by going to thrivetimeshow.com. Click on the business consulting button right there. Click on the red button that says

schedule your free 13 point assessment with me. And you can schedule that today. Sean, I appreciate you. And I wanna remind everybody out there, Sean, you smell terrific. All right, JT, so hypothetically, in your mind, what is the purpose of having a business?

To get you to your goals.

So it’s a vehicle to get you to your destination. And would you need profits to get there? I mean, when you have a business that’s successful, in your expert opinion, would you need profits to get you to your goals? Yeah, because if you have a $15 million business, but you have $15 million of expenses,

it’s kind of pointless. Holy crap. All right

so the question I would have here for you if you could take like Ten minutes or less and see if you could save three thousand bucks a year by reducing your credit card fees. Would you do it? Yes, absolutely Why would somebody out there who’s listening right now who has a sane mind why would they not go to Thrivetimeshow.com forward slash credit dash card Thrivetimeshow.com forward slash credit dash card to schedule a ten minute consultation to see if they can reduce their credit card fees by at least three thousand bucks a year. Why would they not do it? Yeah, why would they not do it?

Maybe because they didn’t understand how you said the website.

This tree is a symbol of the spirit of the Griswold family Christmas.

Now that’s clear. OK, so that can be true. So I encourage everybody to check out thrivetimeshow.com forward slash credit dash card. Thrivetimeshow.com forward slash credit dash card. What would be another reason why someone would not be willing to take 10 minutes to compare rates to see if they could save $3,000 or more on credit card fees?

Maybe they think it is a waste of time, and then it won’t. It’s not possible.

There’s somebody out there that’s making more than $3,000 every 10 minutes and they’re like, nah, that’s not worth my time.

Hello, we getting there on money, we getting there on money.

There’s probably someone out there that would think that.

Well, I’ll just tell you folks, if you’re out there today and you’re making less than $3,000 per 10 minutes, I would highly recommend that you go to thrivetimeshow.com forward slash credit dash hard. Because you can compare rates, you can save money, and you know the big goal in my opinion of building a business is to create time, freedom, and financial freedom. And in order to do that you have to maximize your profits.

Holy crap.

Now one way to maximize your profits is to increase your revenue. Another way to do it is to decrease your expenses.

It’s a profit deal.

It takes the pressure off.

JT, is there any other reason why somebody would not be willing to take 10 minutes to compare rates to see if they could save a total of $3,000 a year on average? I am at a loss and I cannot think of any other.

Shampoo is better. I go on first and clean the hair. Conditioner is better. I leave the hair silky

and smooth. Oh really fool, really. Stop looking at me swan. Well let me tell you a good story here real quick. I actually years ago compared rates with this company here called IPS, it’s integrated payment services and I scheduled a consultation I don’t know that was skeptical I just thought whatever I’ll take 10 minutes

I’ll compare rates. I can’t tell you can tell me I’m a doctor no I mean I’m just not sure but can’t you take a guess well not for another two hours you can’t take

a guess for another two hours and in my case in my in my case my particular case, I save over $20,000 a year.

Holy crap!

Wow. Which is, uh, you know, like, uh, groceries when my wife goes to the organic stores.

Find everything you need today?


Great. Okay.

Oh, God.

No! Everything okay, ma’am?

Oh, it’s just that you’ve only scanned a few items and it’s already 60 bucks.

I’m so scared.

Okay, I’m a trained professional, ma’am. I’ve scanned a lot of groceries.

I need you to stay with me.

It’s just that my in-laws are in town and they want a charcuterie board.

This isn’t going to be easy, so I need you to be brave, all right? What’s your name? Patricia. Patricia, all right. I need you to take a deep breath.

We’re about to do the cheese. You know, that’s the difference between eating organic and not organic. So because my wife eats organic, I had to take the 10 minutes needed to compare rates to save the $20,000 a year on credit card fees just for one of my companies.

One question, what’s the brand name of the clock?

The brand name of the clock, Rod, do we have it? The brand name of the clock, it’s an elegant, from Ridgway, it’s from Ridgway.

Let’s buy the clock and sell the fireplace.

I encourage everybody out there, go to thrivetimeshow.com forward slash credit dash card. You schedule a free consultation, request information, a member of our team will call you, they’ll schedule a free consultation. It should take you ten minutes or less. And they’re going to compare rates and see if they can’t save you more than $3,000 a year off of your credit card processing.

You were hoping what?

I wouldn’t owe you money at the end of the day.

No, you don’t owe us money.

Because at the end of the day, at the end of the day, the goal of the business is to create time freedom and financial freedom. In order to do that, you need to create additional profits.

The number of new customers that we’ve had is up 411% over last year. We are Jared and Jennifer Johnson. We own Platinum Pest and Lawn and are located in Owasso, Oklahoma. And we have been working with Thrive for business coaching for almost a year now. Yeah. So what we want to do is we want to share some wins with you guys that we’ve had by working

with Thrive. First of all, we’re on the top page of Google now. Okay. I just want to let you know what type of accomplishment this is. Our competition, Orkin, Terminex, they’re both $1.3 billion companies. They both have 2,000 to 3,000 pages of content attached to their website. So to basically go from virtually nonexistent on Google to up on the top page is really saying something. But it’s come by being diligent to the systems that Thrive has, by being consistent and diligent on

doing podcasts and staying on top of those podcasts to

really help with getting up on what they’re listing and ranking there with Google.

And also we’ve been trying to get Google reviews, asking our customers for reviews. And now we’re the highest rated and most reviewed Pest and Lawn company in the Tulsa area. And that’s really helped with our conversion rate. And the number of new customers that we’ve had is up 411% over last year.

Wait, say that again. How much are we up?

411%. Okay, so 411% were up with our new customers. Amazing.

Right. So not only do we have more customers calling in, we’re able to close those deals at

a much higher rate than we were before. Right now, our closing rate is about 85%, and that’s largely due to, first of all, our Google reviews that we’ve gotten. People really see that our customers are happy, but also we have a script that we follow. And so when customers call in, they get all the information that they need. That script has been refined time and time again. It wasn’t a one and done deal. It was a system that we followed with Thrive in the refining process.

And that has obviously, the 411% shows that that system works.

Yeah, so here’s a big one for you. So last week alone, our booking percentage was 91%. We actually booked more deals and more new customers last year than we did the first five months, or I’m sorry, we booked more deals last week than we did the first five months of last year from before we worked with Thrive. So again, we booked more deals last week than the first five months of last year. It’s incredible, but the reason why we have

that success is by implementing the systems that Thrive has taught us and helped us out with.

Some of those systems that we’ve implemented are group interviews. That way we’ve really been able to come up with a really great team. We’ve created and implemented checklists. Everything gets done and it gets done right. It creates accountability. We’re able to make sure that everything gets done properly, both out in the field and also in our office. And also doing the podcast like Jared had mentioned, that has really, really contributed to our success.

But that, like I said, the diligence and consistency in doing those in that system has really, really been a big blessing in our lives. And also, you know, it’s really shown that we’ve gotten

a success from following those systems.

So before working with Thrive, we were basically stuck. Really no new growth with our business.

We were in a rut.

We didn’t know-

Okay. The last three years, our customer base has pretty much stayed the same. We weren’t shrinking, but we weren’t really growing either.

Yeah. We didn’t really know where to go, what to do, how to get out of this rut that we’re in. Thrive helped us with that. They implemented those systems. They taught us those systems. They taught us the knowledge that we needed in order to succeed. Now it’s been a grind, absolutely it’s been a grind

this last year, but we’re getting those fruits from that hard work and the diligent effort that we’re able to put into it. So again, we were in a rut, Thrive helped us get out of that rut, and if you’re thinking about working with Thrive, quit thinking about it and just do it. Do the action, and you’ll get the results. It will take hard work and discipline,

but that’s what it’s gonna take in order to really succeed. So we just want to give a big shout out to Thrive, a big thank you out there to Thrive.

We wouldn’t be where we’re at now without their help.

Hi, I’m Dr. Mark Moore. I’m a pediatric dentist. Through our new digital marketing plan, we have seen a marked increase in the number of new patients that we’re seeing every month, year over year. One month, for example, we went from 110 new patients the previous year to over 180 new patients in the same month. And overall, our average is running about 40 to 42 percent increase month over month, year over year. The group of people required to implement our new digital marketing plan is immense, starting with a business coach, videographers, photographers, web designers.

Back when I graduated dental school in 1985, nobody advertised. The only marketing that was ethically allowed in everybody’s eyes was mouth-to-mouth marketing. By choosing to use the services, you’re choosing to use a proof-and-turn-key marketing and coaching system that will grow your practice and get you the results that you are looking for. I went to the University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry, graduated in 1983 and then I did my pediatric dental residency at Baylor College of Dentistry from 1983 to 1985.

Hello my name is Charles Colaw with Colaw Fitness. Today I want to tell you a little bit about Clay Clark and how I know Clay Clark. Clay Clark has been my business coach since 2017. He’s helped us grow from two locations to now six locations. We’re planning to do seven locations in seven years and then franchise. Clay has done a great job of helping us navigate anything that has to do with running the business, building the systems, the checklists, the workflows, the audits, how to navigate lease agreements, how to buy property, how to work with brokers and builders. This guy is just amazing. This kind of guy has worked in every single industry.

He’s written books with like Lee Crockrell, head of Disney with the 40,000 cast members. He’s friends with like Mike Lindell. He does Reawaken America tours where he does these tours all across the country where 10,000 or more people show up to some of these tours on the day-to-day. He does anywhere from about 160 companies.

He’s at the top. He has a team of business coaches, videographers, and graphic designers and web developers. They run 160 companies every single week. Think of this guy with a team of business coaches running 160 companies. In the weekly, he’s running 160 companies. Every six to eight weeks, he’s doing

Reawaken America tours. Every six to eight weeks, he’s also doing business conferences where 200 people show up. He teaches people a 13-step proven system that he’s done and worked with billionaires helping them grow their companies. I’ve seen guys from startups go from startup to being multi-millionaires, teaching people how to get time freedom and financial freedom through the system. Critical thinking, document creation, making it,

putting it into organizing everything in their head to building into a franchisable, scalable business. Like one of his businesses has like 500 franchises. That’s just one of the companies or brands that he works with. So amazing guy. Elon Musk, kind of like smart guy. He kind of comes off sometimes as socially awkward but he’s so brilliant and he’s taught me so much. When I say that, like Clay is like he doesn’t care what people think when you’re talking to him. He cares about where you’re going in your life and where he can get you to go. And that’s what I like him most about. He’s like a

good coach. A coach isn’t just making you feel good all the time. A coach is actually helping you get to the best you. And Clay has been an amazing business coach. Through the course of that, we became friends. My most impressed with him is when I was shadowing him one time, we went into a business deal and listened to it. I got to shadow and listen to it. And when we walked out, I knew that he could make millions

on the deal and they were super excited about working with him. And he told me, he’s like, I’m not going to touch it, I’m going to turn it down. Because he knew it was going to harm the common good of people in the long run. And the guy’s integrity just really wowed me. It brought tears to my eyes to see that this guy, his highest desire was to do what’s right. And anyways, just an amazing man. So anyways, impacted me a lot.

He’s helped navigate. Anytime I’ve gotten nervous or worried about how to run the company or, you know, navigating competition and an economy that’s like, I remember we got closed down for three months. He helped us navigate on how to stay open, how to get back open, how to just survive through all the COVID shutdowns, lockdowns.

I’m Rachel with Tip Top K9 and we just want to give a huge thank you to Clay and Vanessa Clark.

Hey guys, I’m Ryan with Tip Top K9. Just want to say a big thank you to Thrive 15. Thank you to Make Your Life Epic. We love you guys. We appreciate you and really just appreciate how far you’ve taken us. So this is my old van and our old school marketing. And this is our old team. And by team I mean it’s me and another guy.

This is our new house with our new neighborhood.

This is our new van with our new marketing. And this is our new team. We went from four to fourteen. And I took this beautiful photo. We worked with several different business coaches in the past and they were all about helping Ryan sell better and just teaching sales, which is awesome, but Ryan is a really great salesman, so we didn’t need that. We needed somebody to help us get everything that was in his head out into systems, into manuals and scripts

and actually build a team. So now that we have systems in place, we’ve gone from one to ten locations in only a year.

In October 2016, we grossed 13 grand for the whole month. Right now, it’s 2018, the month of October. It’s only the 22nd. We’ve already grossed a little over 50 grand for the whole month. And we still have time to go. We’re just thankful for you,

thankful for Thrive and your mentorship. And we’re really thankful that you guys have helped us to grow a business that we run now instead of the business running us. Just thank you, thank you, thank you, times a thousand.

The Thrivetime Show, two-day interactive business workshops are the highest and most reviewed business workshops on the planet. You can learn the proven 13-point business systems that Dr. Zellner and I have used over and over to start and grow successful companies. When we get into the specifics,

the specific steps on what you need to do to optimize your website. We’re gonna teach you how to do a social media marketing campaign that works. How do you raise capital? How do you get a small business loan? We teach you everything you need to know here during a two-day, 15-hour workshop.

It’s all here for you.

You work every day in your business, but for two days you can escape and work on your business and build these proven systems so now you can have a successful company that will produce both the time freedom and the financial freedom that you deserve. You’re going to leave energized, motivated, but you’re also going to leave empowered. The reason why I built these workshops is because as an entrepreneur, I always wish that I had this. And because there wasn’t anything like this, I would go to these motivational seminars, no money down, real estate, Ponzi scheme, get motivated seminars, and they would never

teach me anything. It was like you went there and you paid for the chocolate Easter bunny, but inside of it, it was a hollow nothingness. And I wanted the knowledge, and they’re like, oh, but we’ll teach you the knowledge after our next workshop. And the great thing is we have nothing to upsell. At every workshop, we teach you what you need to know. There’s no one in the back of the room trying to sell you some next big get rich quick, walk on hot coals product. It’s literally we teach you the brass tacks, the specific stuff that you need to know to learn how to start and grow a business. I encourage you to not believe what I’m saying, but I want you to Google the Z66 auto auction.

I want you to Google elephant in the room. Look at Robert, Zellner and Associates. Look them up and say, are they successful because they have a proven system? When you do that research, you will discover that the same systems that we use in our own business can be used in your business. Come to Tulsa, book a ticket, and I guarantee you it’s going to be the best business workshop ever, and we’re going to give you your money back if you don’t love it. We’ve built this facility for you, and we’re excited to see you. If you go back eight years ago, think about the number of clients you had back then versus the number of clients you

have now. As a percentage, what has been the growth over the past eight years, do you think? We’ve got to inspire somebody out there who just doesn’t have the time to listen to their

phone. Well, okay, so Clay, it’s like I would go up and down from about $10,000 a month up to about $40,000, but it’s up and down roller coaster. And so now we’ve got it to where we’re in excess of a hundred clients

That’s awesome

And so I would have anywhere from five clients to twenty clients on my own with networking But I had no control over it. I I didn’t without the systems You’re gonna be at the you’re gonna be victimized by your own business for the somebody out there who struggles with math If you would say that your average number of clients was 30 and you go to 100 as a percentage what is that? I have grown I have doubled every year since working with you so I’ve doubled in clients I’ve doubled in revenue every year it’s 100% growth every year I’ve worked now so so I’m looking we’ve been good friends seven eight years and I’ve got doubled five times. Which is just incredible I mean the first time you do it, that’s one thing, but when you do it repeatedly Yeah, I mean that’s unbelievable. We’re working our blessed assurance off this year to double. We’re planning on doubling again

We’re incorporating new some some some new things in there to really help us do it But we are going to double again this year. I Started coaching, but it would go up and down, Clay. That’s when I came to you, is I was going up and down, and I wanted to go up and up instead of up and down. And so that’s when it needed a system. So creating a system is you have nailed down specific steps that you’re going to take, no matter how you feel, no matter the results.

You lean into them, and you do them regardless of what’s happening. You lean into them, and it will give you X number of leads. You follow up with those leads, it turns into sales. Well, I tell you, if you don’t have a script and you don’t have a system, then every day is a whole new creation. You’re creating a lot of energy just to figure out what are you going to do. The best executives, Peter Drucker is a father of modern management. He said, the most effective executives make one decision a year.

What you do is you make a decision, what is your system, and then you work like the Dickens to make sure you follow that system. That’s really what it’s all about. With a script here, we have a brand new gal that just came in working for us. She nailed down the script, and she’s been nailing down appointments. Usually, we try to get one appointment for every 100 calls. We make 200 to 300 calls a day per rep. She’s been nailing down 5 and 8 appointments a day.

Somebody out there is having a hard time. Call them script.

She’s making how many calls a day?

She’s making between 200 and 300 calls a day.

Our relationship is weird in that we do… If someone were to buy an Apple computer today, or let’s say a personal computer, a PC, the computer is made by, let’s say, Dell. But then the software in the computer would be Microsoft, let’s say, or Adobe or whatever that is. So I basically make the systems, and you’re like the computer and I’m like the software. It’s kind of how I would describe our relationship. Tim, I want to ask you this. You and I reconnected, I think it was in the year 2000 and, what was it, maybe 2010?

Is that right? 2011 maybe?

Or maybe further down the road. Maybe 2013? 2012. Okay, so 2012. And at that time I was five years removed from the DJ business.

And you were how many years removed from tax and accounting software?

It was about 10, 11 years.

We met, how did we meet? What was the first interaction? There was some interaction where you and I first connected. I just remember that somehow you and I went to Hideaway Pizza.

Do you remember when we first reconnected?

Yeah, well we had that speaking thing.

Oh, there it was! So it was Victory Christian Center. I was speaking there. My name is Robert Redman. I actually first met Clay almost three years ago to the day. I don’t know if he remembers it or not, but I wasn’t working with him at the time. I asked to see him and just ask him some questions

to help direct my life, to get some mentorship. But I’ve been working with Clay for now just over a year. The role I play here as a business coach, business consultant, I work with different businesses implementing best practice processes and systems that I have learned here by working with Clay. The experience working here has, to put it real plainly, has been just life-changing. I have not only learned new things and have gained new knowledge, but I have gained a

whole new mindset that I believe, wherever I end up, will serve me well throughout the rest of my life. Since working with Clay, I have learned so much. I mean, I would like to say almost everything about business in terms of the different categories. I haven’t learned it all, but I’ve learned all about marketing. I’ve learned about advertising. I’ve learned about branding. I’ve learned how to create a sales process for organizations in any industry. I’ve learned how to sell.

I’ve learned how to create repeatable systems and processes and hold people accountable. You know, how to hire people. It’s almost like every aspect of a business you can learn, I have learned a lot in those different categories. And then, again, the mindset that I’ve gained here has been huge. You know, working here, you can’t be a mediocre person. You are a call to a higher standard of excellence and then as you’re called to that standard here, you begin to see those outcomes in every area of your life. That standard of excellence that you want to implement no matter what you’re

involved in. I would like to describe the other people that work with Clay are people that are going somewhere with their life. Marshall in the group interview talks about how the best fits for this organization are the people that are goal oriented. So they’re on their own trajectory and we’re on our own trajectory. And the best fits are those people where there can be a mutually beneficial relationship that as we pursue our goals And we help the business pursue those goals the business helps us pursue our goals as well And so I say people that are driven people that want to make something of their lives

People that are goal-oriented. They’re focused And they’re committed to overcoming any adversity that may come their way. Clay’s passion for helping business owners grow their businesses is, it’s unique in that, I don’t know if there’s anyone else that can be as passionate. You know, whenever a business starts working with Clay, it’s almost as like Clay is running that business in the sense that he has something at stake. You know, he’s just serving them. They’re one of his clients, but it’s as if he is actively involved in the business. Whenever they have a win, he’s posting it all over his social media.

He’s shouting it across the room here at Thrive. You know, he’s sending people encouraging messages. He can kind of be that life coach and business coach in terms of being that a motivator and that champion for people’s businesses. It’s, again, unique because there’s no one else I’ve seen get so excited about and passionate about other people’s businesses. The kind of people that wouldn’t like working with Clay are people that want to get through life by just doing enough, by just getting by, people who are not looking to develop themselves, people who are not coachable, people who think that they know it all and they’re unwilling to change. I would say those are the type of people.

In short, anyone that’s content with mediocrity would not like working with clay. So if You’re meeting clay for the first time the advice I’d give you is Definitely come ready to take tons of notes every time clay speaks he Gives you a wealth of knowledge That you don’t want to miss. I remember the first time that I met clay I literally carried a notebook with me all around. I was looking at this notebook the other day Actually, I carried a notebook with me all around and I just took tons of notes.

I filled the entire notebook in about about three or four months just from being around Clay, following him, and learning from him. And then I would say being around Clay, following him, and learning from him. And then I would say come coachable. Be open to learning and adjusting parts about you that need to be adjusted.

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What Is TipTopK9.com?

TipTopK9.com specializes in providing aggressive dogs that have behavior issues with practical dog training solutions. Ryan Wimpey and the TipTopK9.com team strive to be able to empower the average local dog owner to be able to handle their dog off leash and when in an environment where distractions are common.


How Did Clay Clark Help to Grow TipTopK9.com?

“We just want to give a huge thank you to Clay & Vanessa Clark. We worked with several different business coaches in the past and they were all about helping Ryan sell better, and just teaching sales, which is awesome, but Ryan is a really great salesman, so we didn’t need that. We needed somebody to help us get everything that was in his head out into systems, into manuals and scripts and actually build a team. So now that we have systems in place we have gone from one location to ten locations in only a year.” – Rachel Wimpey (Co-Owner of www.TipTopK9.com)

“We appreciate you and how far you have taken us. We have gone from 1 location to 10 locations in only a year. In Oct of 2016 we grossed $13K for the whole month, right now, it’s 2018, the month of Oct, it’s the 22nd, we’ve grossed $50K. We are just thankful for you, and your mentorship. We are really thankful that you guys have helped us to grow a business that we run now instead of the business running us. So thank you, thank you, thank you times one thousand!” – Ryan Wimpey (Co-Owner of www.TipTopK9.com)


What Is Ryan Wimpey’s Goal?

Ryan Wimpey’s goal at TipTopK9.com is to become the largest dog training business and company in Oklahoma and to offer owners a solution for controlling their Tulsa dogs off leash so that their dogs have a more fun and meaningful life experience. Ryan Wimpey and the TipTopK9.com team also work hard to take cases of dogs that are very difficult where the dog is actually misbehaving so badly and so aggressively that the owner is about to put down the dog.

To learn more about Ryan Wimpey and Ryan Wimpey’s Linkedin profile visit: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ryan-wimpey-26236b20

How Did Clay Clark Change Rachel Wimpey’s Mindeset?

“My name is Rachel Wimpey. I’ve learned so much. I feel like my head is about to explode. Working on your business, instead of in your business because I have a tendency to just want to do it all myself. That’s one thing that Clay really teaches is to have systems in place that you don’t have to be there and your business can actually run without you. It’s like an entrepreneur playground. It’s amazing here. It’s really awesome. Clay’s presentation and his style is just so different than most. It’s been really one on one. He takes the time to answer your questions about your business, rather than just a generic answer. You implement those very same systems that he has discovered throughout all of the business he’s ran and it’s just a lot of good information, really good presentation. If you don’t come (to Clay Clark’s business growth workshop) you are just going to be missing out on so much. Knowledge that is applicable. It’s very hands-on. There is no upsell. Most business conferences are very, very expensive, this one is very affordable, it is definitely worth it. It will completely change your mindset. It will change your life. It’s definitely worth it.” – Rachel Wimpey of www.TipTopK9.com

How Did Clay Clark Change Ryan Wimpey’s Mindset?

“I am Ryan Wimpey, I am originally from Tulsa, born and raised here. I definitely learned alot about life design and making sure that the business serves you. The linear workflow for us and getting everything out and documented on paper is really important. We have workflows that are kind of all over the place so having linear workflow and seeing that mapped out on multiple different boards is pretty awesome. That’s pretty helpful for me.

The atmosphere here is awesome. I definitely just stared at the walls figuring how to make my facility look like this place. This place rocks. It’s invigorating, the walls are super…it’s very cool. The atmosphere is cool. The people are nice. Very good learning atmosphere. I literally want to model it and steal everything that is here (at Clay Clark’s office) at this facility and just create it just on our business side.

Clay is hilarious. I literally laughed so hard that I started having tears yesterday. The content is awesome off the charts! It’s very interactive and you can raise your hand. The wizard teaches, but the wizard interacts and he takes questions and that is awesome. If you are not attending the conference you are missing three quarters to half of your life! You are missing the thought process. Just getting in the thought process of Clay Clark to me, just that is priceless. That’s money!

There is no upsells or anything. The cost of this conference is quite a bit cheaper than business college. I went to a small private liberal arts college and got a degree in business and I didn’t learn anything like they are teaching here. I didn’t learn linear workflows, I learned stuff that I’m not using and I haven’t been using for the last 9 years. So what they are teaching here is actually way better than what I got at business school and I went to what was actually ranked as a very good business school. The information that you are going to get is just VERY VERY beneficial and the mindset that you are going to get.” – Ryan Wimpey (Founder of TipTopK9.com)



How Did Clay Clark Help Ryan Wimpey to Scale His Business?

“Clay really helped us with his systems, taking us to the point of having ten or more employees, or doubling our size, helped us double our incomes.” – Ryan Wimpey

Read the Original Full Story of How Clay Clark Mentored & Helped Ryan Wimpey to Grow & Scale TipTopK9.com HERE:

In this next session, I got to sit in while Clay met with a client who specializes in custom vehicle wrapping (like a vinyl wrap that gets put on over the paint on your car, ya know?)
This was another name that I was familiar with, so it was pretty cool to meet the man in charge.

This meeting was heavily themed around tracking results for some different keywords that the Thrivetime business coaching program was helping this client to rank for.
Like the others, this meeting ended up with some performance tweaks to be made to the client’s website that will nearly guarantee the client’s business to show up higher for the keywords that he wants to show up for in Google.


Ryan Wimpey of www.TipTopK9.com Shares What He Learned At Clay Clark’s Thrivetime Show Conference
Entrepreneur Podcast | Clay Clark Success Story | “We have gone from 1 location to 10 locations in only a year. In Oct of 2016 we grossed $13K for the whole month, right now, it’s 2018, the month of Oct, it’s the 22nd, we’ve grossed $50K.”




The Tip Top K9 Dog Training Interview & TipTopK9.com Growth Story

At the conclusion of the aforementioned meeting, we step out of The Box That Rocks and Clay begins and starts his next meeting. Between the meetings, we get a brief chance to discuss the prior meeting’s action points and the “how’s” and “why’s” of how those apply to growing a business into the best version of itself.

At this point, a couple in yellow shirts come in. They’re from a company that has gone through a tremendous amount of growth since starting to work with Clay and the crew: Tip Top K9.
Clay offered to let me bounce a few questions off of them after the meeting. Once they finished up, Tip Top K9 founder Ryan Wimpey came over to where I was waiting so I recorded a few questions that I asked him.

I’m going to transcribe this conversation to text, so I’ll keep it fairly abbreviated for the sake of our collective sanities.

Tyler (Just Tulsa): So, the first time I had ever heard of Tip Top K9 was back around September in one of the Thrivetime business conferences. How long have you all been working with the Thrivetime business coaching program?

Ryan Wimpey of TipTopK9.com Dog Training: We’ve been working with them for 14 months or so now… Just a little bit over a year.

Tyler: And how did you all get hooked up with them?


Entrepreneur Podcast | Clay Clark Success Story | “We have gone from 1 location to 10 locations in only a year. In Oct of 2016 we grossed $13K for the whole month, right now, it’s 2018, the month of Oct, it’s the 22nd, we’ve grossed $50K.”



Ryan Wimpey of TipTopK9.com Dog Training: I heard about the Thrivetime business coaching program when I heard Clay on a podcast called the Profit First Podcast. I was like, “Aw, this is good!”, then I was like “Wait, this guy is from Tulsa?”

Watch Clay Clark’s Interviews With Profit First Podcast Founder, Mike Mikalowitz:


How to Generate More Leads for Your Business NOW with American Success Story Mike Michalowicz Shares –


Business | Profit First | Mike Michalowicz on How to Go from Busy to Profitable –



Tyler: How has your business changed since you first started working with Clay?

Ryan Wimpey of TipTopK9.com Dog Training: It’s definitely gotten a lot better. We’ve got a lot of systems and marketing in place now. I don’t even worry about marketing anymore.

Tyler: So, does Thrivetime business coaching program handle that or do they just kind of get you all set up and let you all handle it from there?

Ryan Wimpey of TipTopK9.com Dog Training: Nope — they handle all of our marketing.

Tyler: Really?

Ryan Wimpey of TipTopK9.com Dog Training: Yeah. They do our YouTube ads, Facebook ads, re-targeting, and Google AdWords.



Tyler: And you feel like those marketing channels bring in a worthwhile amount of leads or business?

Ryan Wimpey of TipTopK9.com Dog Training: Oh yes — last week was actually our biggest week in terms of leads, ever.

Tyler: Of those marketing channels that you guys use to get in front of your ideal customers, what does your “Three-Legged Marketing Stool” consist of? (Note: this “three-legged marketing stool refers to an approach that Clay and Dr. Zoellner teach to make sure the high quality leads come in and sustainably keep doing so.)

Ryan Wimpey of TipTopK9.com Dog Training: Ours consists of our “Dream 100”, search engine optimization, and AdWords.
[At this point, me and Ryan chat for a few minutes about how inexpensive pay-per-click advertising is between Google and social media these days.]

Ryan Wimpey of TipTopK9.com Dog Training: YouTube is working wonders for us right now. They made a great video for us.


TipTopK9.com Dog Training Franchisee JT Lawson Shares How Implementing Clay Clark’s Proven Processes, Best-Practice Systems, Checklists, Scripts and Workflows Have Helped Him to Grow His Organizations:



Tyler: And when that gets in front of a prospect who has been to your website before (Note: aka re-targeting/re-marketing), you’re only showing your ad to people that are likely to be interested in dog training in Tulsa to begin with, right?

Ryan Wimpey of TipTopK9.com: Exactly.

Tyler: During the last conference that I went to, Clay mentioned that you all were in the beginning phases of franchising out the Tip Top K9 model to some people in Idaho. Can you elaborate on that a little bit, please?

Ryan Wimpey of TipTopK9.com: We actually have a location in Owasso that just opened this week and we’ve got a location in Twin Falls, Idaho. We’ve got another location opening in Boise, Idaho in about 3 months.

TipTopK9 Dog Training Franchisee Brett Denton Shares How Implementing Clay Clark’s Turn-Key Business Systems Has Helped Him to Grow & Scale Multiple Successful Businesses.



Tyler: Wow. That’s gotta be insane to see a business that you started — the uniforms, the van, everything — being used by someone in a completely different state.

Ryan Wimpey of TipTopK9.com Dog Training: It is! Right now, we have 9 other trainers and 2 admin people, so looking back, it’s crazy to think about how at one point I was doing the whole thing by myself out of a van.


Entrepreneur Podcast | Clay Clark Client Success Story | “The linear workflow for us and getting everything out on paper & documented is really important..I definitely just stared at the walls figuring out how to make my facility look like this?”



Tyler: That’s crazy…

Ryan Wimpey of TipTopK9.com Dog Training: I know — Clay really helped us with his systems, because — while we could get to 4 or 5 people — taking us to the point of having ten or more employees, or doubling our size, helped us double our incomes.
[At this point, me and Ryan start talking about our mutual adoration for the book The E-Myth Revisited. I won’t bore you with the details of that little tangent.]

Tyler: How was working with the Thrivetime business coaching program key in bringing you all to the point of where you are now launching multiple franchise operations?


TipTopK9 Dog Training Franchise Owner Josh Johnson Shares How Implementing Clay Clark’s Proven Systems And Processes Have Allowed Him to Achieve Business Success



Ryan Wimpey of TipTopK9.com Dog Training: If I never had been able to step out of the day-to-day grind, I would’ve never had time to build the systems that have let us replace ourselves (referring to he and his wife, Rachel). So, she was able to work on the management systems and call center stuff, and I was able to train the trainers and come up with systems for private lessons and everything else. We were really able to pull back on our involvement because we were able to systemize everything. We don’t have to worry about our marketing or our website. And when we have a coach who we have to stay accountable to on a weekly basis… it helps tremendously.

Tyler: Well, I’ll let you all get back to working on your business! Thanks for your time!

Ryan Wimpey of TipTopK9.com Dog Training: Thanks!


Throughout the years, Clay Clark mentored Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey while teaching him his proven systems, success strategies and prosperity producing processes including. but not limited to the following:

  1. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com how to generate consistent Tulsa dog training leads.
  2. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com how to build and scale a Tulsa dog training business.
  3. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com how to create scalable workflows.
  4. Clay Clark created the www.TipTopK9.com website.
  5. Clay Clark refined / created the TipTopK9.com logo.
  6. Clay Clark refined / created the TipTopK9.com core story
  7. Clay Clark refined / created the TipTopK9.com unique value proposition
  8. Clay Clark refined / created the TipTopK9.com sales scripts.
  9. Clay Clark refined / created the TipTopK9.com call recording sales systems – See www.ClarityVoice.com
  10. Clay Clark hire, inspire, train and retain the call representatives that made outbound calls for TipTopK9.com to acquire new clients.
  11. Clay Clark provided free office space for TipTopK9.com so that Ryan Wimpey would have a location to host their initial TipTopK9.com franchises.
  12. Clay Clark provided free office space for TipTopK9.com so that Ryan Wimpey would have a viable and affordable location to train dogs on Saturdays.
  13. Clay Clark provided free office space for Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey so that TipTopK9.com would have an office environment that would be attractive for the recruiting of TipTopK9.com’s employees.
  14. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey how to conduct a weekly group interview to find high quality candidates and employees.
  15. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey how to generate franchise leads and he actually generated the vast majority of the first TipTopK9.com franchise locations.
  16. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com search engine optimization.
  17. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey how meta content works.
  18. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com how to build landing pages that convert.
  19. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com how to write search engine optimization content.
  20. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com how to train a sales team.
  21. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com how to launch online advertisements.
  22. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com how to launch adroll retargeting advertisements.
  23. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com how to track online advertisements.
  24. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com how to turn speaking events into viable leads.
  25. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com how to lead a business workshop and conference by allowing Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com to speak for free at Clay Clark’s 2-day interactive business workshops at Clay Clark’s office that Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com were officing in for free.
  26. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com how to optimize their Google map.
  27. Clay Clark provided the inspiration for Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey to create and re-create Clay Clark’s office environment. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey the importance of holding a weekly staff sales meeting to audit sales calls and to verify that team members are in fact following and implementing the sales systems, scripts and processes.
  28. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com how to improve the branding for their clients in a linear fashion.
  29. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com how to install a 3-legged marketing stool for TipTopK9.com.
  30. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com how to install a 3-legged marketing stool for their dog training business.
  31. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com what a 3-legged marketing stool was.
  32. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com how to create a one sheet.
  33. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com how to write pre-written sales emails.
  34. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com how to create a sales culture and outbound call center.
  35. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com how to create tracking sheets for clients that are usable and trackable.
  36. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com how to create checklists and repeatable processes for their clients.
  37. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com the importance of having a weekly accountability meetings with clients to prevent drifting.
  38. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com how to gather video reviews from happy clients.
  39. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com how to enhance their online TipTopK9.com reputation.
  40. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com how to document client success stories and case studies.
  41. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com how to create effective no-brainer offers for their clients including teaching Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey the power of the offering the first Tulsa dog training lesson for just $1.
  42. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com how to design online and offline advertisements that generate leads.
  43. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com how to generate speaking opportunities via online marketing.
  44. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com how to create an “About Us” video.
  45. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com how to utilize public relations to increase your conversion rate.
  46. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com how to use WordPress websites and Clay Clark allowed them to use my proven templates and website development process.
  47. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com how to create WordPress websites.
  48. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey with TipTopK9.com how to franchise their business.
  49. Clay Clark taught Ryan Wimpey and Rachel Wimpey how to create both time and financial freedom.

Ryan Wimpey Podcasts & Ryan Wimpey Interviews:

Learn More About the TipTopK9.com Growth Story HERE:

The TipTopK9.com Success Story (Part 1) – WATCH –

The TipTopK9.com Success Story (Part 2) – WATCH –

The TipTopK9.com Success Story (Part 3) – WATCH –

The Clay Clark Business Growth Experience Personified with the Founders of TipTopK9.com & the Co-Founder of TipTopK9.com Franchising, Clay Clark –

Business Podcasts | The TipTopK9.com Before & After Success Story After Working With Clay Clark – WATCH –

Time Freedom + Financial Freedom = A Dog Lover’s Dream + The Tip Top K9 Franchise Story – WATCH –

The Entrepreneur’s On Fire Interview With Clay Clark & Ryan Wimpey | The Proven Processes & Systems You Need to Implement to Build a Time & Financial Freedom Business with Clay Clark & Ryan Wimpey – LISTEN –

Ryan and Rachel Wimpey – Dog Training Got Me Saved! | Pastor Craig Hagin, Tony McKinnon, Ryan & Rachel Wimpey – Listen HERE: