Myke Macapinlac is the Founder of Social Confidence Mastery, where he helps shy guys become socially confident through his live workshops and 1-on-1 coaching programs. With the goal of creating an additional revenue stream for his business, Myke recently created his first online course. In this interview, Myke reveals the struggles he faced when he launched his course the first time, the lessons he learned from the experience and the mistakes he corrected in order to re-launch it successfully.
Myke Macapinlac is the Founder and Program Director of Social Confidence Mastery. His mission is to help shy guys become socially confident so they can create the dating life they deserve. His work has been featured in Breakfast Television, Calgary Herald, Notable and Shaw TV.
Visit Myke’s website: www.socialconfidencemastery.com
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