While our programs may be great, they're not for everyone. If you're still sitting on the fence, wondering "Is ZENCAPITA is right for me?" Don't worry, here are a couple of questions that are frequently asked before joining so you can make the best decision for you.
The programs or masterclasses start now and never end! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to everything for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
This is not meant to provide you with any credits for any Continuing Professional Education (CPE) at the moment. We are however, working with academic institutions to provide credits.
None of our programs are priced more than $1,999 (most are even offered as lifetime access). Your traditional MBA program can cost anywhere from $80,000 to $140,000 or more, which doesn’t include a potential loss of income. Plus, those programs don’t come with a satisfaction guarantee.
When you compare it to that, we're offering far more value than your normal business school education. In fact, some of what you learn is never even taught in a business school!
Only enroll if you're a serious wealth builder committed to growth. This is not a get-rich-quick program, there is a commitment of time, energy and money. That’s part of why it works.
This is my No. 1 rule, and it has served me extremely well. When the choice is between making some extra money or my student’s interest, the choice is obvious. There is no choice. I would rather walk away from mega-sale or affiliate marketing campaign that could have earned me $45,000 or more in a day or two (and I have) – so far this is what has helped me build the trust with others. And you can’t do business without trust. When I have a question (“should I promote X or not?”) the answer is always, “What would my students want? What would help them most?” I only sell stuff that I can stand behind myself because I created them 100% myself.
These are both the same, really. When you market someone else’s product as an affiliate, it’s just a hidden form of advertising. I should note that I had ads and did affiliate marketing before giving it up. Why’d I give it up? Well, I realized (through experimentation) that the return on this kind of business model is very bad. You get very little revenue, and erode trust. That’s a bad formula for making money. When you sell an ad, what you’re really selling is your readers’ attention and trust — they trust you to put something important in front of their attention, and you capitalize on that. Of course, most readers learn not to trust the ads, and try to skip them, and put up with them because they want the good content (or service) you’re giving them. So they no longer trust you as much, but put up with your revenue tactics. This sucks. Who wants their customers to put up with anything? Why not delight them with how you make money? Why not enrich them? Now, can everyone do this? Possibly not, but I wouldn’t reject the idea without giving it a genuine shot.
All said and done, I really want you to have an educative and entertaining experience! BUT there are certain requisites, you can read more about it in our respective Refund Policy sections for ebooks, courses and services (coaching, mentoring, consulting & advisory) under each product.