Monday, August 4, 2008

Make Really Good Money Teaching CPR

If you're looking for a great way to learn how to make GREAT money while serving your community, you've arrived at the right place at the right time.

If you're thinking that this means "money for nothing", you're at the wrong place at the wrong time with entirely the wrong idea in your head. While this is an excellent way to make some great money, it's not an overnight endeavor. It takes several things in order for it to come together and start making you a LOT of easy money.

First, you've got to have integrity. If you think people will pay you while you screw them over and look them in the eye, you may be right...the first time or two but you'll eventually lose out BIG time. Why? Because you're going to have to deal with item number two first:

You're going to have to invest both some time and, yes, some money into this project in order for it to work.

So, if you're lazy and just looking to make some quick, easy money and then take off, it won't work for you. You've got to be willing to put in both some time and some of your own money. Not much money but enough that it won't pay you to try to scam someone out of theirs.

So, exactly what is it that I'm talking about? What kind of business is this going to be?

Simple: you're going to be teaching people in your community how to perform CPR (cardio-pulmonary resuscitation). That's right. It's that simple and I'm going to tell you how you're going to make some really GOOD money at this. No, not at first because you're going to have to learn how to perform CPR yourself. Not just enough to get by but you're going to become an expert at it.

You're going to become so good at it that people will be talking about how good you are. Then, they'll want you to teach them and their employees and they'll be willing to pay you $45 per person (or more) to teach it.

You think I'm talking a story? Well, I do it every day and have been for several years. I am a Master Degree registered nurse and I was a firefighter/paramedic for 15 years prior to that. I KNOW what I'm talking about. I can teach you how to do the same thing.

Let's talk about the money that can be made using my methods:

You're bread and butter will be teaching groups of 5 - 10 people at a time (when you do it yourself). If you teach just 5 at a time, your grossing $225 for about two hours of reasonably easy work. If you do 10 students, you're looking at $450. You can easily book two or more sessions several times per week after you establish yourself. If you do just two sessions and work a total of 5 hours per day and do just two days per week that comes to $1800 a week for just 10 hours of work. Let's see, that comes to about $180 an hour!

Does that sound like something you could find an interest in? I'll show you how you can make even more by getting others to do most of the work for you!

You just have to follow my plan and do what I tell you to do. If you can do this, you should be able to make this kind of income and MORE!

I'll even tell you the very BEST place to get your equipment (at the best prices).

Stay tuned folks....there's more to come!

25 comments:

shala97 said...

Hey can i have some more info on making money teaching cpr. u got ur ebook ready. im excited about how to make my class interesting.

Gabrielle said...

I am in chicago, used to work on an ambulance, got hit by a truck while on a call. can't carry people up and down stairs anymore but still believe in what I used to do. now I want to teach everyone how to do CPR but was told it wasn't as lucerative as I think. hogwash! I just need the direction and will be on my way. I am the mother of 5 and understand the value of humor when teaching. what do I need to know to be successful teaching CPR so I can make a good living doing this?

Welch said...

Please email me more info.

charrell said...

can you send me more info? christianeharrell@yahoo.com

McLaughlin said...

Can you email me some information? Thank you!
mclaughlinhayes@gmail.com

DB said...

I live in Santa Cruz county and can service Silicon Valley in San Jose. I have heard this can be a full time opportunity if you take the time to do the right steps. Can you email further information please.

Thanks!
blakley90@aol.com

cetra said...

I teach CPR part time and would love to make it a full tim business... please teach me how!!!

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Synthia said...

Please send me some information. I am currently unemployed and damn near homeless. I do however have the skills. I am currently certified through American Heart Association to teach both the general public and those in the health care field. I currently have 2 mannequins ( 1 adult and 1 infant). I was in the midst of putting my business together when all hell broke loose in my life. So to that end I am definitely asking for more information.

rjh1828 said...

Please send information on how to make money teaching CPR

First On Scene CPR LLC said...

Send me some info please at jonmiller@firstonscenecpr.com

a beautiful surprise said...

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Gabriel said...

Hmmm... That's funny, I thought once a heart stops it is no longer shockable...hence an, AE*D* D for DEfibrilator. Meaning it is used to shock a heart that is in fibrilation such as AFIB. So what you stated is false you can not shock a heart once it has stopped....and how long have you been doing this???

Christy's CPR and 1st Aid said...

I teach CPR and but I cann't get classes. Have a website, most of the social networks. 85% of my students say my classes are funny and great and they remember th esteps of CPR....
SO what else can I do? This is the only income my FAMILY has.....please help...

rodney gordon said...

@ Gabriel no you do not shock a heart with an AED when it in A-Fib. You use the AED to shock a heart that's quivering in V-Fib.

nick said...

Lmao. Defib shocks don't start most often till after the heart stops. Now go hide under that rock.

Brandon Leibel said...

I'd like to talk to you about this. Please email me at brandon.leibel@gmail.com. Thanks.

Benjamin Smith said...
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Benjamin Smith said...

Can you please send me more info about this, as i am looking to supplement my income due to retirement from fire service. Send to : beneverettsmith@gmail.com
Thank You.

PennRN said...

I am in Philadelphia and a Nurse at UPenn. Can you please email me more info. Michaelmassimiani@yahoo.com

S. Harris said...

I'm taking the BLS/ Heartsaver coarse later this month. I'm trying to plan how to run my little operation. Please provide me with more info!!!!

sharri28@gmail.com

James Lowe said...

Please email me at jameslowe1957@gmail.com thank you

J Jacob said...

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Unknown said...

I really think there is a need for people to learn CPR in the community, but I don't know where to get started. I am just in the thought process phase, but want to het started by this fall. I also thought there wasn't much money to be made and I thought that the classes had to be 4 hours or more. I need some help getting started. I am a ICU nurse and see what happens when CPR is not performed properly. Please email me at jmac72381@gmail.com, thank you.

J Mac said...

I really think there is a need for people to learn CPR in the community, but I don't know where to get started. I am just in the thought process phase, but want to het started by this fall. I also thought there wasn't much money to be made and I thought that the classes had to be 4 hours or more. I need some help getting started. I am a ICU nurse and see what happens when CPR is not performed properly. Please email me at jmac72381@gmail.com, thank you.