And we’re live!

Check out the best PHR study guide (I may be a bit biased) :-). I even got up the nerve to shoot a video for you guys. :-) A big shout out to Allen Robinson for the design work. I really appreciate his hard work. Have a design project in mind? Contact him.

Hey guys, it’s Ben. I just wanted to throw up a quick video to answer some questions and let everyone know a little about the Rock the PHR guide.

This thing isn’t like the other study sources out there. In an effort to meet the needs of a lot of test takers, I have created a batch of resources that fall under the RTPHR umbrella. Let me say that this is not a full-blown study guide. This is a supplemental resource to fill in the gaps that even the really high priced options have.

Back to what I was saying-RTPHR is the guide, but it comes with some special resources that can help you study smarter and more efficiently. One new and exciting piece of the relaunch is a private forum/chatroom where customers can meet and support each other. Many of you, like me, probably didn’t have a study group nearby. The private community slows you to interact with others from the comfort of home. Pretty cool, right?

On a lighter note: someone asked me the other day why I was selling this so hard. I laughed and said, “If you developed a resource that could drastically improve someone’s chance of success, would you hide it or share it with the world?”

If you have any questions, feel free to email me. Thanks!