Should You Learn to Code iPhone | iPad | iPod Apps?

In Thailand, we have our own Apple store. Hence the weird characters in red on the left!

A major question hundreds of thousands, no wait, millions of people are going to ask themselves in 2019 and 2020 is –

SHOULD I LEARN TO CODE iPHONE APPS?

You might be asking yourself this exact question in 2019, or one similar.

Coding is going to be huge in 2020. I can feel it. This is why I’ve jumped into the deep end this year. I’m going to learn to code and teach iOS app development using XCode. This will raise my Geekfactor to some well-rounded and ridiculously high number. Once I learn to code for iOS using Swift, I’ll have done many things in the IT world including:

  • troubleshoot and fix software and hardware for HP, IBM, Compaq, Dell and Toshiba desktop and notebook computers
  • troubleshoot fix HP and Canon printers
  • troubleshoot and fix network problems of all sorts (MCSE and MCP certified)
  • coding HTM based websites, WordPress websites
  • search engine opt.
  • content creation and management

Learning to code apps for Apple’s various iOS devices is a skill that is going to be in VERY HIGH demand for years to come. Objective-C was created in the 1970’s or 80’s. Look how long they used that. Now, this new Swift language is so much better and opening doors for new programmers to get in on the gravy train at Apple.

Ask yourself…

  • DO I WANT TO DO SOMETHING REVOLUTIONARY by the end of this year?
  • IS THERE ANYTHING I CAN THINK OF THAT MIGHT WORK BETTER THAN CODING APPS?
  • DO I HAVE 1-2 HOURS EACH DAY FOR THE NEXT SIX WEEKS TO LEARN SWIFT and XCODE?

See, you’re not getting any younger. I’m 53, and you know what? I’ve already learned Swift and changed my life. I’m making a few thousand dollars per month, and by the end of 2020, I should be on track to make around $10,000 per month full-time by writing Swift code to create iOS mobile apps.

That’s my goal. Think I can accomplish it?

I already know I can. It’s done already, I just need to use the time available to me.

If you passed algebra in high school – you can program SWIFT.

Even if YOU DIDN’T, you can STILL learn to program with XCODE and build iPhone applications from scratch. Think about it… what is learning anything? Repetition until you get it.

Join our free course (here) and go through it once. Don’t get it? Go through it AGAIN.

Still don’t get it? Go through it fourteen times until you teach the course yourself. It is NOT THAT DIFFICULT. It doesn’t really take smarts. Most of us reading this, probably ALL OF YOU reading this, can learn to program iOS apps and start a new life for yourself.

The solution is repetition. It’s as easy as that. There is literally NOTHING you can’t learn if you’re faced with it over and over and over. Right? I mean, think about it. If you read the same book over and over, eventually you get to a point where you know it inside and out. You start to see things you’ve never seen, deeper things, because the mind needs to learn all there is about the book – not just what it already knows. The brain is scary-smart. Just feed it the information – the task – the activity – and it WILL LEARN IT.

Just force-feed it.

It’s worth the outcome, isn’t it?

Say to Yourself, “THERE IS NOTHING THAT WILL STOP ME FROM LEARNING SWIFT CODE AND PROGRAMMING FOR IPHONE AND OTHER iOS DEVICES IN 2019.”

Then, DO IT.

It’s really, already a done deal. The time just needs to pass.

Do you need to change up your game?

Would earning double or triple what you currently make do it for you?

It would do it for me. I live in Thailand. Our total expenses are around $2,500 USD per month. We make that, and a little more through book royalties and other online businesses. But man, if I could make another $5,000 per month just with coding part-time whenever I wanted for 3-5 hours per day, you think I’d start?

HECK YA I WOULD!

I am.

Join me and let’s do this together. Start a new chapter in your life. Learn how to code apps and start a completely different life for yourself and your family. Before long – and I mean about a year – you’ll be able to quit your other job and go full-time with coding. Does that sound crazy? It isn’t. Probably a couple hundred-thousand people across the planet will do just that in 2020.

BE ONE OF US! 

Cheers!

Vern