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Episode 13331st May 2021 • The Road To A Billion • Stefan Georgi
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Join 9-Figure entrepreneur Stefan Georgi in Episode 133 of “The Road to a Billion”...

The call-in radio show style podcast where he answers YOUR questions on mindset, business ownership, scaling funnels, copywriting, freelancing, and more!

In this episode, Stefan is joined by Coffeezilla! Internet detective and controversial YouTube personality who alerts and informs his 374K followers (would-be victims) of potential con-artists. 

Coffeezilla has taken on the task of uncovering fake gurus and internet fraudsters who make a living scamming both vulnerable populations and everyday people. 

While this may sound like an honorable and virtuous task, he usually isn’t received as a welcome presence to those he identifies and exposes. 

Here’s a glimpse of the mindblowing insights you are about to discover:

• How 20-year-old “millionaire coaches” and a personal health scare inspired Coffee to become an internet detective from being a chemical engineer.

• Why agency and intelligence are NOT defenses for making over the top claims.

• The problem with promoting impressive, but rare, results. PLUS, the power of honesty in sales. 

(**for further information and timestamps, check out the “show notes” section below)

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Show Notes

  • How 20-year-old “millionaire coaches” and a personal health scare inspired Coffee to become an internet detective from being a chemical engineer.
  • Why agency and intelligence are NOT defenses for making over the top claims blatantly.
  • The common practice of claiming uncommon results as the norm. PLUS, the impressive effect of authenticity and transparency. 

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Coffeezilla YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/c/Coffeezilla/


Coffeezilla Twitter

https://twitter.com/coffeebreak_YT


Coffeezilla Instagram

https://www.instagram.com/coffeebreak_yt

 

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