McDonald's finally figures out the obvious

Back in the day, years ago, when I knew better but didn't care, I would get an egg sausage McMuffin from McDonald's.

That was one of my all-time favorite fast foods.  

I'm happy to say that I've replaced that with a lettuce-wrapped cheeseburger from In-N-Out (on the secret menu that's really not that secret anymore, except to tourists) when I have hungry kids on the road. :)

One of the things that ticked me off was that the McMuffin was only available until11am.  It was a breakfast item and, boy, did they stick to the clock.  

The Mexican hole-in-the-walls figured the breakfast burrito thing out.  Offer it all day.

Why couldn't McDonald's?

It's kind of a no-brainer.  Their breakfasts are hugely popular so why not keep it going for the rest of the day?

Finally, they did in Fall 2015.

By the next quarter, their profits were up a whopping 35%.

So what's the point, you impatiently ask?

The point is that McDonald's missed the obvious.  

One of the cardinal rules of business is to do more of what's working.  

Breakfast items are working.  So offer it more.  As in all day long.

Ba-da-bing, ba-da-boom.  

More moola for the Golden Arches.  

So what's that got to do with you?

Well, is there something obvious that you're missing when it comes to fertility?

I bet there is.  

And that's where my online group coaching program will come in handy.  To point out the "slap-on-the-forehead, DOH!" revelations that can make huge improvements in your fertility.  There's always a few that come up when working with my patients in the clinic.

But the clock is winding down.  So, hop on over here before the door slams shutSaturday when I lock all registrants in a virtual room, throw away the key, and laugh maniacally "Mwahaha".  

Julie Chang,
Natural Fertility Eggspurt

The Real Deal:

  • Licensed Fertility Acupuncturist for 18 years
  • Doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine - 2018
  • Master in Traditional Oriental Medicine, Magna Cum Laude
  • B.S. Microbiology & Molecular Genetics, UCLA
  • Fertility Epigenetics guru in training

Show me how to improve my fertility naturally with daily email tips