My One Funnel Away Life

Rebecca Scott
4 min readApr 20, 2021

“Would I buy this?”

Photo by Sharon McCutcheon on Unsplash

Last April, I finally ran out of excuses to not do ClickFunnel’s One Funnel Away Challenge. Ever since they ran the first challenge in 2018, I had been wanting to do it. I don’t even know how many times I started to sign-up then found an excuse to not sign-up.

I used every excuse to not do it, from I’m not ready for this, I don’t have time and this will not help me get my life out of neutral.

In April 2020:

  • I had time. I was only working three days a week at the time because of the pandemic.
  • I had committed to myself to taking every opportunity to make 2020 my year.
  • I was ready to start living and building the life I am destined to have. I spent 5-years getting nowhere, while Facebook kept showing me other people get everything I wanted.

What is One Funnel Away (OFA)?

For anyone who does not know. One Funnel Away is a 30-day challenge by ClickFunnels. It is a challenge to help you learn how to use ClickFunnels software and to learn how to build and market your products and services.

It is a personal development course at the same time. You have to believe you can do it. Being an entrepreneur and business owner doesn’t instantly mean lots of money in the bank, freedom, or popularity. It means creating, trying, failing and repeat until one product/service finally works.

My experience during OFA was what I needed.

My OFA experience did not finally helped me to start making money online.

Nope. It was actually the exact opposite.

It was the demolition of the product I thought I could change the world with.

Early in the challenge, I had come up with a product and an offer to sell and build a funnel for. It was directly related to what I had spent years working on. I had it all mapped out and ready to go. I was ready. All I had to do was learn how to use ClickFunnels and sell it.

Then I asked myself one question “Would I buy this?”

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Rebecca Scott

I’m a Labrador lover, learning addict, keep it simple activist, and a Canadian East Coast girl just trying to earn my Crazy Aunt Mug.