Bob Diamond calls himself America’s Tax Sale Attorney. You’ve probably seen him interrupting your YouTube videos and popping up in your Facebook newsfeed, trying to get you to buy his Overages Blueprint course. It will teach you how to collect real estate overage funds. A business Bob says you can feel good about because you’re taking money owed by the government and giving it back to the people who have undergone foreclosure. The course costs fifteen hundred bucks, or you can do three monthly payments of five-ninety-seven. Scroll down for a new review.
Mindvalley has a masterclass on everything. Including business. It’s called The Business Freedom Blueprint. As usual, Vishen Lakhiani is the host. He brings in international entrepreneur and visionary Eric Edmeades to teach you how to build a business that sets you free. We’re talking total financial and lifestyle freedom, plus boundless growth and game-changing impact. Vishen has a Facebook video ad that promotes it. He’s walking down an alley, sharing his three biggest business mistakes of all time. What were they? Scroll down to continue this Business Freedom Blueprint review.
Vishen Lakhiani has yet another Mindvalley masterclass to sell you. This one is called Indistractable. The host is Nir Eyal, a leading expert on habit formation and focus. The purpose of this masterclass is to rise above distractions, own your time, and regain peak focus and performance, no matter how crazy life gets. There’s a free seventy minute version which leads into the actual paid version. Cost is four hundred dollars. Or you can do the annual Mindvalley membership for five hundred dollars per year which gives you access to all of their masterclasses.
Andrew James just popped up in a YouTube ad. If you’ve been researching ClickBank or drop shipping or any other way to make money online, he says, you’re probably thinking, c’mon, is this for real? You see these dudes standing in front of their Lamborghinis, talking about getting rich overnight. They’re all weirdos, he laughs. Four years ago when he dropped out of school and began researching internet businesses, he felt the same way. He was inundated with simple systems and secret hacks and didn’t know if any of it was legit.
Chance Anthony Welton sat down with Modern Millionaire student, Shane, to talk about his experience inside the program. Before joining Shane had a fifteen year career in radio. He would cold call businesses and try to get them to buy ad space on the air. As you can imagine, it was a tough sell. So when he saw one of Chance and Abdul’s YouTube ads about how they set up online billboard ads for companies, it looked a lot easier by comparison. He ended up enrolling.
Anthony Agyeman and his girlfriend Megan Shears are running a Facebook video ad. They’re on a rooftop terrace in Dubai. The view is absolutely breathtaking. Megan asks why we’re not in ecommerce yet. The cameraperson zooms in on their laptop. They show their latest case study story: a Walmart account that did almost fifty grand in the last thirty days. Since that particular store was launched four months ago, it’s done a total of a hundred and forty-two thousand. And it was completely hands-free, Anthony adds. Is it just me or is something off about these two?
Dan Wardrope has a new YouTube ad out. In it, he says, if you’re doing Facebook ads, pay per click marketing, or even search engine optimization as a service, he can help you ditch low value retainer clients and transition to the pay per lead model. As a result, you’ll make more money with less effort. In fact, Dan claims you can land six figure national pay per lead clients and generate them five hundred-plus leads per day without relying solely on Facebook ads. Read on for my Flexxable review.
Tom Wang calls product research the single most important part of your Amazon FBA journey. If you get it right, your odds of success go up significantly. Get it wrong, and you’re almost guaranteed to fail. Tom shares a story from one of his FBA Masterclass coaching calls. A student had already picked out a product they wanted to sell on Amazon. Coconut bowls, of all things. Maybe bundled with special spoons, forks, and these little rope ring thingies to set them on. Interesting. What made them choose that?
Kevin David has a new YouTube ad promoting his AMZ Autopilot program. He rolls across his living room floor on a blue skateboard, hops off, and starts pitching. He reminds me of a younger, hipper Billy Mays. If you have more than ten grand in the bank, he says, and you don’t know what he’s about to share with you, he guarantees you’re losing a ton of money. He takes a second to knock tried and true investments like real estate and stocks. You’re only earning an average of five- to seven percent with those.
Alexandra Fasulo had a Facebook ad that caught my eye. Or maybe it was her gorgeous red hair. It said something about how a farm girl had accidentally become a millionaire online. I clicked it. It took me to this fake news looking site. Boston Insider dot co, not com. It had some good copy on it. Carefree farm girl from North Carolina moves to NYC, takes a job working in PR, hates it, quits, has no idea how she’ll pay rent, starts freelancing, builds accidental empire, click to watch video. That was the gist of it.
Tanner Chidester has a new YouTube ad calling out personal trainers and fitness professionals. If that’s you, and if you love helping people but never seem to make enough money; or maybe you hired a coach who charged you five to ten grand but they couldn’t deliver because they’re no longer in the trenches, perhaps he can help. Over the last few years, he’s built a nearly eight figure fitness business, both by training clients and teaching other fitness experts how to build six and seven figure businesses. Scroll down for my Fitness CEOs review.
Vick Strizheus has a new YouTube ad. He asks if you want to make money online, right now, today. If so, he suggests affiliate marketing. That’s right, affiliate marketing. Not drop shipping. Not coaching or consulting or masterminds. Not even selling your own course or service. “Listen,” he says, “affiliate marketing is the most lucrative, hands down the easiest business model you can get yourself into right now. You don’t have to, like, create products, you can be profitable by tomorrow.” Skeptical? Me too. Read on for my Four Percent review.
Taylor Welch was talking to his better half back in 2015 about having children. His wife, Lindsey, looks at him and says, “You know, I don’t really want to have children right now because I feel like I would be raising a child by myself.” Oof. It was a tough thing to hear. But she was right. That was a defining moment for Taylor. He and his business partner Chris Evans were busy scaling Traffic and Funnels, working nonstop. How could he possibly disconnect and be fully present if they were to have a baby together?
Brian Page has a sneaky yet ethical way to make money with properties you don’t own. He was on an episode of Grant Cardone’s Ask The Pro saying how you can earn big bucks doing this and you don’t need a real estate license, good credit, or even much money. And no, you don’t need to own any homes, apartments, or commercial buildings yourself. So what is it? Brian calls it Rental Arbitrage. You’re piggybacking off of Airbnb. How does it work? Is it really legal? Continue down the page for my BNB Formula review.
Kyle Henris has a modern investing path for attaining wealth before you’re old and gray. Done With You Wealth, as he calls it, is a combination of both self-paced online learning as well as coaching and support from Kyle and his team. “The whole goal here guys is to make you independent,” he said in an overview video, “while also giving you the support you need to make the right decisions, to implement things the right way.” Scroll down for my complete review of Kyle Henris and his Done With You Wealth program.