Jenny Lupo was born and raised in a small town in the Midwest. She always loved sports and ended up playing college softball. She got into law school in Nebraska, and has been a licensed and practicing attorney for nine years now.
Problem is, she likes being a lawyer about as much as I like sitting next to a crying baby on a long flight.
So when she came across this one travel business opportunity a coupla years ago now, she pounced on it.
Jessie and Tina Rodriguez used to host a show on HGTV called Vintage Flip. Now they wanna share their secrets so you can kickstart your house flipping business in the next 60 days inside their brand new course, Vintage Flip Academy.
Jessie and Tina met in college, dated for seven years, got hitched.
Jessie was working in the mortgage business. Tina had gotten her masters and was all set be a marriage and family therapist.
Mike Samuels is The Coffee Shop Copywriter. He’s generated more than $170 million in sales for his clients over the years. That always cracks me up. As if he’s seen all their books and knows every dollar that came through something he wrote, am I right?
Daniel Dorfman is at the helm of Roots, a company that’s putting a fresh and wholesome spin on real estate investing.
These guys get it.
You’re pulling your hair out trying to invest in real estate. Interest rates are higher than Willie Nelson’s tour bus. Skyrocketing home prices mean you have to come up with a down payment the size of Texas. Deciding where and what to buy is harder than canceling a gym membership.
These two drive me nuts. Nick and Megan Unsworth. Their Life On Fire Business Coaching is basically them saying, “Since our love for Jesus and your love for Jesus form a holy trifecta, shouldn’t your wallet contribute to the cause?”
But, please, allow me to elaborate.
Nick believes God gave you unique gifts and talents. You have a message on the inside that others are waiting for and need to hear.
Steve Peterson’s life wasn’t always a cocktail of tropical sunshine, Hawaiian shirts, and word wizardry that shoots out money for him and his clients.
He was once an international sales hotshot, selling high-tech software to towering corporations. Might sound cool, but it was a grind and a half. Each day meant a monstrous commute or, even worse, a plane ride.
Tired of this relentless hamster wheel, he set his sights on a job that wasn’t bound by a location.
Codie Sanchez and Ryan Snow created Unconventional Acquisitions to teach you how to buy profitable small businesses with little to no money down.
That’s how you build real wealth, Codie says. By trading employment for ownership.
Okay, but why buy a business instead of just starting one from scratch?
Because there’s over 2.5 million businesses for sale in the U.S., Ryan points out. And the owners of these businesses are hungry for an exit. Starving, in fact, since, on average, only about one out of 10 will sell in the next 12 months.