Now imagine £10k over 3, 4 and 5 years.
An extra £50k!!!
It's the sort of money people dream about, yet it is within your reach! I'm not messing here, this is serious stuff, are you up for it? What would you do with that sort of cash?
Let me show you how...right now.
I'm not going to use any extreme examples, just the average driving instructor.
Would you agree in your area the difference between the lowest price driving lessons and the highest price could be £6 or £7? So the average driving instructor is just £3 or so above the lowest price, and £3 an hour below the highest. Is that fair to say?
So it's also fair to say the average driving instructor could earn an extra £3 an hour more.
Let's go one step further,
Is it ok to presume some instructors have waiting lists and yet others are 10-15 hours short each week? I'm going to suggest every driving instructor is 5 hours a week short...it's just an average, you do your own sums.
On the basis the driving instructor is charging £25 an hour, I claim that with my help you will find those extra 5 hours - an extra £125 a week.
I also claim you will be able to increase your prices by £3 an hour, that is another £120 a week, £245 in total.
I claim that the average driving instructor is losing out on £12,000 each year.