Become a Teacher and Watch Your Pet Sitting Business Drastically Improve [TeleSeminar Replay]

Become a PetTech Instructor
As pet care professionals and business owners, every action we take either has a positive impact or a negative one.

Wouldn’t you love to have more of your actions have a positive result on your business that you can see?

In this eye opening, insightful, and light bulb filled dialogue, Thom Somes proclaims that becoming a PetTech Instructor can change your business and your life.

On the surface, you might think he is being a bit dramatic by suggesting this could change your life.

And if I did not participate on this call I would have agreed with you.

Get Ready — You Are About To Be Completely Surprised, Impressed, and Inspired

But here’s what I want you to do…

Take some time and listen to this chat I had with Thom Somes on what the bigger picture of teaching others in your community will do for your business and life.

Going into this call, I had a vague idea of some of the reasons you’ll want to become an instructor.

Some of the obvious reasons are:

  • Gain credibility, respect and admiration from your community of pet lovers.
  • Become an incredibly skilled business owner and responsible caretaker of pets.
  • Network with ease while building relationships and partnerships you otherwise wouldn’t be exposed to.
  • Market in a way that differentiates you from other businesses in your area.

OK, like I said, these might be the obvious benefits. But even these alone would be more than a worthwhile set of reasons to become the next PetTech Instructor.

Grab a pen and paper – your mind and creative juices are going to be speeding along as you listen.

We brainstorm a handful of specific (powerful) other ways you will be able to use your instructor training to improve your business and your life (Thom was absolutely correct in saying so)!

Feel free to post your thoughts, questions and comments below.

Point Worth Repeating:

The PetSittingOlogy Live Event takes place in Las Vegas from Sunday, October 19 through Wednesday, October 22, 2014. (And, on that Sunday from 8am is the PetSaver First Aid and CPR class.)

The 3-day PetTech Instructor Training also takes place in Las Vegas the immediate 3 days prior; Thursday, October 16 – Saturday, October 18, 2014.

As a new instructor, you can go directly into assisting Thom on that PetSaver class taking place on Sunday, Oct. 19!

Links and Resources

Listen to the dialogue with Thom Somes on taking the PetSaver class!

Pet Sitting Live Conference in Vegas

PetTech Instructor Training

Interested in learning more about becoming a PetTech instructor? Call Thom Somes at (760) 930-0309

photo credit: duane.schoon via photopin cc

Josh Cary

Josh Cary is a respected and well sought-after speaker and business consultant within the professional pet care industry. Since 2009, having grown his own pet sitting business, Josh provides his industry with the tools, support, and resources to build and maintain a thriving and respected pet business.

With a strong focus on digital marketing, search engine optimization (SEO), and website development, Josh’s one mission is to help you Get Found First through a professional and effective website.

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  1. Thom Somes, The Pet Safety Guy here! We just signed the contract for the hotel for our Pet Tech Instructor Training. It will be at the La Quinta Inn Las Vegas Airport North. They provide free shuttle to and from the airport and the Strip. Includes breakfast and WiFi with a room rate of $65 per night! Give Lisa our Pet Tech Enrollment Coordinator at call at the office 760.930-0309 or her direct line 303.274-4930 And don’t forget to mention PSO or Josh for your $200 discount!!

  2. Someone just asked, so I want to add that Lisa is also doing our 3-day Pet Tech Instructor Training this weekend in Columbus, OH. She may have a couple spots in her PetSaver on Saturday the 26th. You would need to call her directly. PSO Vegas 2014!!

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