Happy Employees = High Profit?

We’ve all heard the phrases “the customer is always right” and “it all starts with your customer”

But is that really true?

My friend and CEO of 1-800-GOT-JUNK? Brian Scudamore disagrees.

He believes that no company grows sustainably without first taking care of its people.

When you take care of your people, they’ll take care of your customers, and your customers take care of your brand, reputation, revenue, and profits.

So, in this week’s newsletter, you’ll discover how to hire the right people and create a happy work environment, and a winning culture so your employees are taken care of.

This will in turn bring you higher profits and a much healthier business in more ways than one.

Before we get started, you may like to check out this snippet of an interview I did with Brian at the Dragon Summit™ last year…

Where he talks about the importance of finding the right person not just for your business but for you as well, and much more >>

Why Happy Employees Make All The Difference

The results are in, and studies show that happy employees mean lower employee turnover and higher revenues for the company they work for.

Here’s the thing, it’s a myth that more money is what makes an employee happy.

Sure, everyone wants more money, but if an employee’s job lacks responsibility and trust…

Or they feel like they’re being treated unfairly, or they feel like the things they say are overlooked or seen as unimportant, then this affects their job happiness.

How To Hire The Right People

Depending on the size of your business, hiring the wrong people can and will cost you hundreds of thousands or even millions of dollars over time.

Likewise, hiring the right people will save and make you millions of dollars.

My hiring strategies are quite unconventional.

Most people hire based on someone’s resume, whereas I’ve not read many resumes at all.

In fact, all my team members were hired based on their attitude, and we trained them on the job.

Many of them started in one position, but ended up in a completely different position, as I like to promote from within.

If you’d like some of my best tips and strategies for hiring the right people, then click here to watch this video >> 

How To Build a Winning Team

An average leader only takes the relationship with employees 1 or 2 layers deep.

As a result, the employees won’t stay loyal to them.

So, if you want to be the kind of person your employees will stay loyal to and do anything for, you must connect with them on the deepest level possible.

Now, depending on the size of your business this could be challenging, but still doable.

In this video, Gary Vee shares his method for getting to know and building a strong relationship with your employees >>

The method he shares is simple, yet effective, so set aside some time to implement this, and you’ll reap the rewards for years to come.

How To Create a Winning Culture

You may have heard the saying “no one man is more important than the mission”.

As the CEO of your company, you’ll have to make many tough decisions.

Some of which may be to fire people who don’t fit the culture even if they’re phenomenal at their job.

So how do you create a winning culture?

You first need to identify what your company’s core values are.

At Team Dan Lok, our core values are:

  1. Loyalty
  2. Harmony
  3. Extreme Ownership
  4. High Performance
  5. Constant Improvement

You’ll notice ‘Harmony’ is one of our core values, and that fits in with my previous statement of firing people who don’t fit, even if they exhibit ‘High Performance’.

So what would you like your company’s core values to be?

You could model some of ours and add a few of your own.

But you must first get clear on these, so you know if your employees are a culture fit or not.

How to Be a Better Manager

People ask me all the time, “Dan, how can I best manage my team?”

I used to be a micromanager, and what I realized is, not only does micromanaging waste everyone’s time…

But, I discovered people can’t be managed.

It’s much better for you to create a system for your employees, and your employees will manage themselves.

This makes your job as a leader much easier because your job is to coach and guide your team to success.

Not only are systems important for your employees, but they are essential if you want to scale.


Because you can’t scale if more of your time is being taken up every time you hit a new revenue level.

In this video, I discuss more reasons why you need systems to scale, and why you NEVER want to be the smartest person in your company >>

How to Become a Better Leader

Leadership is a learnable skill, and there are many ways you could become a better leader.

First, you must know what you need to work on…

And this could be challenging, but whenever a problem arises with an employee, think about how your leadership has played a part in that problem.

Then brainstorm ways this problem could have been avoided if different actions were taken.

But if you’d like to know the 10 skills every good leader should have, then click here >>

To summarize this newsletter, if you take care of your employees, they will take care of your customers/clients.

It’s really that simple, but there’s a lot that goes into it, as you’ve just seen.

Until next time, go high ticket,

Dan Lok

P.S. – As I mentioned earlier, systems are vital to your business.

As luck would have it, we’re running our next S.M.A.R.T. Challenge™ on April 19-21.

This is my 3-day business immersive where you’ll gain the secrets and strategies I and my clients use to SCALE, SYSTEMIZE, and SUSTAIN our businesses through any economic climate.

I’ve used these exact strategies to generate over $100 million in my coaching/consulting business, and now I’m handing them to you on a silver platter.

We only run the challenge a few times per year, so don’t miss your chance to borrow my high ticket business playbook and make 2023 your best year yet >>

Leveraging Kajabi Communities for Engaged Students

Welcome to the exciting world of Kajabi, where we’re about to uncover the incredible potential of Kajabi Communities in creating a thriving learning ecosystem. Whether you’re a seasoned educator or just starting on your course creation journey, harnessing the power of community can take your students’ engagement to the next level.

Step 1: Understanding the Role of Kajabi Communities

Kajabi Communities are virtual spaces where your students can interact, collaborate, and support one another on their learning journey. These communities play a pivotal role in creating a sense of belonging, which leads to increased student satisfaction and retention.

Step 2: Setting Up Your Kajabi Community

Creating a Kajabi Community is a simple yet impactful process:

  • Community Structure: Plan the structure of your community, including categories or topics that align with your course content.
  • Invitations and Access: Send personalized invitations to your enrolled students, granting them access to the community.
  • Community Guidelines: Establish clear community guidelines to ensure a positive and respectful environment.

Step 3: Managing Your Community

As a community host, you play a vital role in ensuring the community thrives:

  • Moderation: Moderate the discussions and conversations to maintain a supportive atmosphere.
  • Engagement Initiatives: Initiate discussions, pose questions, and encourage student participation to spark engagement.
  • Recognize Contributions: Acknowledge and celebrate valuable contributions from students to encourage further engagement.

Step 4: Encouraging Student Interaction

Student interaction is key to a thriving community:

  • Discussions: Encourage students to participate in discussions related to course topics, assignments, or industry trends.
  • Q&A Sessions: Host regular Q&A sessions to address student queries and provide additional clarity on course materials.
  • Peer Interaction: Foster peer-to-peer interaction, allowing students to learn from one another and build a support network.

Step 5: Tracking Community Engagement

Monitor community engagement metrics to understand its impact on student satisfaction and course success:

  • Active Users: Keep track of active community users to gauge the level of engagement.
  • Popular Topics: Identify popular topics and discussions to understand student interests.

Step 6: Nurturing a Positive Learning Environment

Nurturing a positive learning environment within the community is vital for its success:

  • Encourage Respect: Foster a culture of respect and inclusivity where all students feel valued and heard.
  • Provide Support: Offer support and encouragement to students, helping them overcome challenges and celebrate their successes.

Remember, your Kajabi Community is more than just a forum – it’s a space for students to connect, grow, and thrive as they embark on their learning journey.

>> Don’t forget to claim your FREE trial of Kajabi + $5,995.00 of FREE bonuses at https://danlok.com/kajabi/ and join my FREE masterclass on how to get paid for what you know at https://www.getpaidmasterclass.com.

On Day 16, we’ll delve into the art of effectively promoting your course through email marketing. Until then, create thriving Kajabi Communities that foster engaged and motivated students!

To your unstoppable success,

Dan Lok

Leverage Your Effort For Max Return..

Have you ever thought to yourself…

“If only I could duplicate myself, my business would run smoother and more profitably”?

If so, you’re not alone.

Trying to be everywhere in your business is a challenge every coach, consultant, or expert faces throughout their career.

And whether you’re at the stage where you can hire a Chief of Staff, or a Chief Operating Officer or not…

There are things you can do to effectively “duplicate” yourself in your business to leverage your time better.

How To Leverage Your Time If You’re a Solopreneur

If you’re the only person in your business, you’ll feel run off your feet at the best of times.

And if that’s you, then it’s absolutely VITAL you create systems and ways to streamline your operations.

I’m talking about templated emails, simple spreadsheets to record your sales and expenses each month, and other systems that make your business run smoother.

If you find you’re sending out the same emails often, create a template you can copy and paste so you only have to change minor details.

Sit down for a small amount of time each week to record any sales and expenses that came in in the last 7 days.

By the end of the month, your records will be top notch and it may only take 10-20 minutes.

Every time you notice “time vampires” sucking your time out of your day, that’s an area you could potentially systemize.

Be sure to document the process, so when you do hire an employee, they can pick up the task with minimal supervision in the beginning and ultimately zero supervision.

You can also find software online that saves you time, depending on the task.

An obvious example is social media post-scheduling.

How To Leverage Your Knowledge As an Expert

EVERY coach, consultant, or expert should leverage their knowledge online.

I’m talking about books and e-books, podcasts, online courses, lead magnets, webinars, etc.

You likely know this already, but what I’ve learned over the years is, we don’t always do what we know.

And to know and to not do, is to not know.

So, if there are any areas you could improve upon in your business when it comes to leveraging your knowledge…

Think of this newsletter as a kick in the butt to make it happen.

How To Ensure Your Material Reaches a Wider Audience

Speaking of leveraging your knowledge, this next strategy will work best for coaches and experts.

It has to do with creating certification programs that teach others your methods for getting clients amazing results.

You can effectively duplicate yourself with every new person you bring under your umbrella.

You sell the program and potentially get a cut of each client they coach, depending on how you set it up.

This allows you to spread your message faster, and also brings you multiple income streams in addition to your client work.

We have many certification programs in our business, most notably the High Ticket Coach™ Certification.

The potential here is limitless.

If you want to know how to create a high ticket program, then click here >>

How To Leverage Your Time With Group Coaching

I wrote an entire newsletter about group coaching and why I believe it’s the holy grail to not only scale your business but also leverage your time.

Look out for it in your inbox if you’d like to review it, the subject line was “Why group coaching eats 1-on-1 for breakfast…”

You can save so much time and make far more money with group coaching it’s not even funny.

Here are some of my best tips on running group coaching calls >>

How To Double The Size Of Your Business

I mentioned the job title Chief of Staff earlier in the newsletter.

A Chief of Staff is someone who thinks like you and can do things like attend meetings on your behalf, make key decisions, as well as carry out certain tasks you would normally do.

Hiring one is one of the quickest ways to duplicate yourself in your business, and has the potential to help you double the size of your company…

But like you, they can only do so much.

Eventually, your business will grow to the point you need another Chief of Staff because you can’t scale an employee.

At this stage, instead, what you want to do is hire a Chief Operating Officer.

A COO designs and implements systems and processes so a competent person can carry out key tasks overseen by the COO.

(Side note: I’m likely to do an entire newsletter on hiring key employees such as a COO in the future, so keep your eye out for that one.)

Of course, if you want to hire anyone in your company, you must stop micromanaging, if that is something you do.

I used to do this a lot, and I think it’s something almost every business owner does at first until they realize it’s stopping them from doing their job and their business from reaching its full potential.

How to Stop Micromanaging

The counter-intuitive thing about micromanaging is that it does the exact opposite of what we intend.

We think it will make things run smoother, and more effectively, and that tasks will be done to a higher standard…

But all it does is waste your and your employee’s time.

Not to mention it’s frustrating for all involved.

If micromanaging is something you do, then click here for 3 ways to stop >> 

So there you have it…

No matter the size of your business, there are always ways you can leverage your time, to save you trouble, and make your business more efficient and profitable.

Whether it be creating digital versions, your own systems, using software, passing on your expertise to others, or hiring key employees.

I hope you enjoyed this week’s edition of High Ticket Weekly, until next time…

Go High Ticket,

Dan Lok

P.S. – If you want to know how I weathered the storm of the last 3 years of what’s been the toughest period in economic history…

Click here for the full scoop, on how to SCALE, SYSTEMIZE, and SUSTAIN your business for years to come >>

So you can build a robust business that withstands the test of time.

Millionaire High Performance Secrets..

Have you ever looked at entrepreneurs who achieve so much and asked…

“How on earth do they find time to do all those things?”

If you answered ‘yes’, or you just want to know how to get to the next level so you can achieve more this year, then please keep reading.

Because this week’s newsletter is all about high performance, and how to unlock your full high performance potential.

So without further ado, let’s get started.

What Is A High Performance Individual?

Here’s what I believe defines a “high performance” person.

Someone who possesses skills, talent, and intelligence, and excels in their chosen field, no matter the area.

It could be business, science, sports, music, art, etc.

They have the ability to set and achieve goals so big the average person simply can’t fathom. 

They’re committed, willing, and dedicated to achieve success in their eyes, and their work ethic is second to none.

We’re about to get into the strategies of becoming ‘high performance’, but before we begin, let me share with you a 2 minute story of one of my early conversations with my mentor, the 50 billion dollar man Dan Peña >>

Before we go further, have a quick think about what high performance means to you?

How to Set Goals And Actually Achieve Them

If you’re like most people, you have new year’s resolutions every year you never stick with.

If you’re like a small percentage of people, you have new year goals instead of resolutions…

And this is a good first step, but most people never achieve their annual goals.

Perhaps you can relate.

If you’re like an even smaller percentage of people, you set goals, and you monitor them each day…

So you ensure by the end of the year, you can stand proud having achieved them.

I spent 15 years of my life studying personal development and goal setting, and I’ve managed to achieve a lot in that time.

But here, you’ll discover everything I’ve learned about goal setting and achievement in less than 20 minutes >>

How To Create A Winning Daily Routine

Apart from the fact they’re passionate about what they do…

Another thing all high performance people have in common is a winning daily routine.

This will be different for everyone.

You may like to exercise first thing…

You may like to meditate or do an attitude of gratitude first thing in the morning.

Then plan your day so you can get the most done in the shortest amount of time.

Personally, I like to get around 6 important things done every day that move me toward my goals.

If you want a deeper dive into why I choose 6 things, then click here to discover how to get more done in one day then most get done in a month >>

How To Write Affirmations That Work

Another thing big Dan does and that I believe is not only positive self-talk, but positive and empowering affirmations.

Your affirmations must be written in a specific way.

There’s certain words you should never use in your affirmations.

If you want to know how Dan writes his affirmations, then click here >>

Why High Performance People Have A Growth Mindset

If you caught my ‘secrets to success in 2023’ newsletter, you’ll know having a growth mindset is KEY.

Here’s a brief recap on that email as it pertains to being high performance.

People with a growth mindset have a strong work ethic, they continually improve upon their results, they’re resilient, and they have a positive attitude, amongst other things.

All these are essential to being high performance, and if you want further insight into this, then I recommend you look for one of these two subject lines in your inbox… 7 Secrets for success in 2023 or Want success in 2023? (tips inside), then read and implement some of the strategies.

Why High Performance People Fly Alone

As you may know, when I first started in business I worked 5 years straight without a single day off.

And if you want to be high performance, as Den Peña says “high performance people have an extraordinary work ethic.” 

But it’s not just the work ethic that makes them high performance.

It’s their ability to fly alone.

Here’s a YouTube shorts clip of Dan explaining what he means >>

When it comes down to it, ‘high performance’ is a way of life >>

You won’t find someone who is high performance in one area and lacking in another.

But it takes time to get all areas of your life to high levels, so don’t beat yourself up if you’re not seeing results as fast as you like.

Remember, it’s a journey, not a destination.

Where Your Journey To Greatness Starts

As you’re on my email list and reading these newsletters, I’m guessing your journey to greatness and high performance has already begun.

But if you’re new, or yet to begin, or perhaps aren’t as consistent as you’d like to be, I want to leave you with something extra special.

This newsletter has featured very heavily, my mentor, Dan Peña.

And as you may be aware, Big Dan isn’t for everyone.

So, I wanted to give you another expert’s perspective on high performance.

None other than world #1 high performance coach Brendon Burchard.

Brendon sat down with Impact Theory’s Tom Bilyeu, for an in depth interview across many topics.

So, if you have some time, I highly recommend watching this interview >>

It’s 48 minutes long, but in the video description you can choose the timestamp which speaks to you most.

A lot of golden nuggets, especially around energy, are shared near the beginning.

Furthermore, Brendon breaks down what it means to develop your passion and build into your goals.

I hope you’ve gained at least a few things you can apply to your life from this newsletter, so that in the months and years ahead, you can look back on your progress and wonder how you made it so far.

To your success,

Dan Lok

P.S. – I’ve created a short training just for you.

Inside I share my productivity secrets for how to get a lot more done – faster, better … and with less human effort.

It’s a must have for anyone striving to become high performance.

Click here to check out Get Sh*t Done, while it’s fresh on your mind >>

How To Fill Your Team With “A Players”

Everyone wants a team they can hold accountable…

A team that works well together, so they can minimize having tough conversations with members who don’t perform.

I’m talking about “A Players”.

So, in this week’s edition of High Ticket Weekly, you’ll discover how to rate your team members…

How to hold them accountable…

And how to handle team members who underperform, and have tough conversations if needed.

How To Define An “A Player”

It goes without saying that an “A Player” is someone who consistently performs at high levels and exceeds expectations. 

But what specific characteristics do they possess?

Because before you fill your team with “A players”, you must know what to look for. 

Now, you may already have a definition in your head, but I believe “A players” should possess these six characteristics. 

  • High productivity levels: They should be able to handle high workloads and complete work to a high standard over short periods of time.
  • Strong skills and knowledge: They should have strong technical skills and be able to apply these skills to their work.
  • Proactive and independent: They must show great initiative, pick things up fast, and be able to work and solve problems with minimal or no supervision.
  • Positive attitude: They must love what they do and enjoy working within the company. They must also contribute new ideas and work well with other team members.
  • Strong communication skills: “A players” have strong written and verbal communication skills they use to communicate their ideas to you and the entire team.
  • High EQ: I believe Emotional Quotient eats Intelligence Quotient (IQ) for breakfast. Sure, “A players” are often intelligent too, but they don’t have to be a genius to be an “A player” if they have a high EQ.

IMPORTANT: Each role has different expectations, and the definition of an “A player” will vary between departments.

Now you have a clear idea about what an “A player” looks like, you can create a rating system and begin to rate your team members to see how they measure up.

It’s possible you could train a “B player” to become an “A player” over time.

When rating team members it’s important you use clear and specific criteria for each role and stay consistent and objective with each rating.

If you’d like to know my simple method for measuring my teams performance, click here >>

How To Keep Your Team Motivated and Accountable

People ask me all the time, “Dan, how do I motivate my team?”

The truth is, you don’t.

You find people who are already motivated.

That cuts out a lot of the training and hard work on your behalf.

So, knowing that your team is already motivated, let’s speak about ways of holding your team accountable, whether they’re remote or not.

How To Keep Your Team Accountable

I believe one of the most vital keys to accountability is setting clear expectations.

These should be set each time a new employee joins the team.

There should be clear expectations around each project, such as budget, first draft due, and final deadline.

Communication is always important, but in a remote setting, it’s even more important.

You may like to set up a weekly meeting and a daily check-in if needed.

Employee engagement is also a key factor and there are things you can do to boost engagement such as frequent communication, and team-building activities.

These are just 3 of 8 ways to keep a remote team accountable.

If you’d like to know another five ways of holding your team accountable, then click here to read this short article >>

How To Handle Team Members Who Don’t Perform

Every business has team members who don’t perform at some point in time.

They may submit subpar work… they may constantly miss deadlines… there could be an energy mismatch between them and the company as a whole.

Whatever the reason, it’s expensive and time-consuming to look for new employees all the time…

So, here are a few ways of helping them improve their performance.

It all starts with communicating your concerns, so you and the employee can identify the root cause of the problem.

Ask them the right questions, and once you’ve uncovered the problem(s) you can create new targets and offer support and resources for them to improve.

You must also set clear expectations so the two of you know if the new targets are being met.

Finally, you must follow up with them and monitor their progress.

I shot you a roleplay of me coaching one of my event attendees on how to have a conversation like this >> 

How To Have Tough Conversations With Employees

Should any team member continue to underperform even with your support, eventually you’ll need to have an even tougher conversation to let them go.

Here are 3 things to think about before and while you have the conversation.

  • Make sure you prepare in advance and plan what you’re going to say. Be clear and direct with a clear outcome for the conversation, and have an answer for any challenges or objections that may arise.
  • Choose a private location where people can’t interrupt you or overhear what’s being said.
  • Practice aggressive listening: Pay close attention to what your employee is saying so you can construct thoughtful and respectful answers.

So there you have it…

My best tips for identifying and keeping “A players” in your organization…

Keeping your remote team accountable…

And dealing with underperforming employees.

I hope this newsletter has been of great help to you and your business.

Until next time… go high ticket,

Dan Lok

P.S. – Our 3-day business immersive High Ticket Mastery™ is coming up VERY SOON.

It’s the first and still only immersion training that destroys the low ticket mindset once and for all…

And replaces it with the identity change needed to run a High Ticket Business.

If you’d like to kick start the new year with an irresistible high ticket offer, a flow of high ticket leads, and the ability to sell without feeling needy or inauthentic…

Then click here for the full scoop >>

See you there

How To Get Good At Anything, FAST..

I’m almost certain you’ve heard the phrase “the more you learn the more you earn”.

It’s very true, and as the new year is in full swing…

I thought it would be a good idea to give you actionable steps and strategies for learning and getting good at anything fast, so you can increase your income faster than you ever imagined.

Before we begin, it’s important you’re patient with yourself.

Everyone learns at different rates, and in different ways.

Learning takes time and effort, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t ways you can fast-track your absorption of concepts and skills.

Let’s go!

How to Uncover Your Favorite Learning Style

Some people are more visual and learn best with pictures and videos…

Some are more auditory and learn best with sounds and Mp3s…

Some are kinesthetic and learn best by doing, and some learn best by reading.

What do you think your favorite way of learning is?

That’s one of the biggest problems with the school system, it’s passive learning, and they make everyone learn the same way.

So, now you know your best learning style, don’t deviate from it.

3 Ways To Set Yourself Up For Success

1. Set specific learning goals

You must clearly define what you want to learn and why.

When you know the reason why you’re learning something, it gives you the motivation you need to continue when you run into roadblocks.

2. Environment is KEY

Your environment is always more powerful than your willpower.

If your environment doesn’t support your learning goals, you’ll make things more difficult than they have to be.

Find a quiet and comfortable place free of distractions.

3. Retain What You Learn

Find the best method of retaining what you learn.

Be sure to test yourself on the material by using flashcards or quizzing yourself, or asking someone else to test you.

If you want to know how to absorb and remember 70% of what you learn, then watch this video >>

How To Become A Fast Learner

Not only does the school system make everyone learn the same way.

They don’t actually teach you HOW to learn.

They just give you the information and it’s your job to work out how you learn best.

That’s why so many students get discouraged and think they’re stupid.

Because they’re not understanding the concepts they’re being tested on.

Having a solid blueprint to follow that ensures you’ll pick things up faster is KEY

So if you’ve ever felt like a slower learner, this video does a great job of explaining how to create a learning blueprint for yourself >> 

Why WHO You Learn From Is MORE IMPORTANT Than What You Learn

If you’ve been following me for a while, you’ll know I believe WHO you learn from is more important than what you learn.

It’s something the content creator in the previous video alluded to as well.

And in this video, I explain exactly why I believe this to be true >>

I highly suggest you watch the video above, as it outlines 3 ways you could learn and which I believe is the best way to give you the best chance of success…

And why other ways of learning are a waste of your time.

How To Get Good At Anything FAST

When learning any skill there are 6 things you must do to ensure you get the information and feedback you need to progress at a steady and fast pace.

One of the biggest things you can do to fast-track your learning is by figuring out what the key points of leverage are.

For example, if you learned the top 100 Spanish words, you could be around 50% fluent.

That’s leverage.

If you want to know the other 5 keys to getting good at anything fast, I strongly suggest you watch this video >> 

Why I Don’t Read Books

What I’m about to share with you is VERY counter-intuitive.

If you’re someone who likes reading but doesn’t get the results you desire from books, then pay close attention to what I say next.

I read 2-3 books per week, but I rarely read a book cover to cover.


Because I’m not reading for pleasure.

I’m reading for action steps.

Every book I read, I look for action steps I can implement right away.

This cuts down my reading time significantly and allows me to implement FAST.

If you want a deeper dive into my method of “reading” then click here >>

How To Improve Your Reading Speed

Even though I don’t often read entire books, reading at a faster pace allows me to read and implement even faster.

In this video, you’ll discover my best tips for reading faster so you can implement what you learn and grow quicker, as a result >>

Now you don’t have to go crazy and read multiple books per week.

You must pick your books wisely and only implement what makes sense to you.

That’s where self-awareness comes in, and that’s a newsletter topic for another week.

I hope you’ve found this newsletter valuable.

If you implement just a handful of these tips, you’ll look back one year from now and you’ll be amazed at what you’ve achieved.

Till next time,

Dan Lok

P.S. – With all this in mind, now you’re in a great position to develop a high-income skill faster than you would have before.

So, if you’re looking for a high-income skill that can help catapult your income, then click here to check out our range of high-income skills training at the Dan Lok Shop >>