Programming Success

Ty Brown on Pet Life Radio

So many business owners are losing out on profit due to the fact that their programs aren't set up properly.  A properly set up program makes it easier to sell your services and makes it easier to get bigger money.  Imagine people looking at the value you give them versus the amount of time you give them when they are making a decision on whether or not to hire you.

In this episode you'll learn from Molly Rouse a Seven-Step Program for improving your packages and programs and starting to make a better living today.


Molly Rouse is the co-creator of the Marketing Blueprint for Dog Trainers and the website, which has free videos just for dog trainers on marketing their business.

She has been a full time, successful professional dog trainer for over ten years and is a small business marketing expert. She has always had an unusually keen fascination, understanding, and insatiable thirst for knowledge about small business marketing and everything that has to do with getting clients, so she was always able to grow her business leaps and bounds year after year applying what she learned. She has spent many years following some of the world’s most successful small business marketing geniuses, applying it all to her own dog training business, simplifying and structuring all of the processes that lead to her own success (after times of struggling, looking for solutions), and teaches other dog trainers how to really make it as a dog trainer.

She teaches new dog trainers and long-time dog trainers how to set up or revamp their marketing (including how to write their websites and programs, and how to stand out next to competition) so they can get all the clients they want, make more money and not get burned out in the process. Molly teaches dog trainers everything they didn’t learn already… they learned how to train dogs, but not how to get enough business. Helping people finally make money at the thing they love to do – helping people with their dogs – has been extremely rewarding for Molly personally. She loves making a difference.