Joe McCall has a “$10k in 10 hours” strategy where he buys a pile of dirt for $1,000 and flips it on Facebook for $8,000. It’s something he’s been experimenting with, on the side, with the help of his teenage sons, over the past two years. They’ve profited $150k so far. “So I really believe this,” Joe says. “You can make $10 grand working just 10 hours a week in this business, setting up the right systems, doing the right marketing, getting other people to do most of the heavy lifting.”
Jeff Lerner is the founder of Entre Institute and author of the self-help book, Unlock Your Potential. Before that, he was a promoter of several companies that were considered schemes and shut down by the FTC. What’s crazy to me is everything he’s doing now, at Entre, is eerily similar to those companies. This “Class” I’m about to review is the first of many programs he’s gonna try to sell ya; each one goes up in price until your credit cards are maxed out.
Ravi Abuvala looks into the camera with his cold dead eyes and says he’s about to show you something he “stumbled across” at the absolute lowest point in his life. He was living in his dad’s basement, driving him to chemotherapy five days a week (cue the violins), and working part-time as a busboy. Now he makes over $1 million a month (selling you get rich quick and easy courses), but let’s not focus on that. Let’s pretend it’s all from The Side Hustle Shortcut he’s about to pitch.
This guy for Tru Pro Elites says, “If you’re an investor and your portfolio makes less than $5k in passive income every month, listen up. My company will help you set up and run an Amazon store that generates thousands of monthly passive income. Best of all, the entire process is done for you by us. Meaning that you spend less than 15 minutes a month on your investment. All you need to bring to the table is the investment to build and fund the store.”
Xavier Major is the face of The Wholesale Connection. Most investors, he says, aren’t negotiating hard enough on their deals. Maybe they’re walking away with $5,000, $8,000, $10,000. Which may seem like a lot, but after taxes and marketing and software and tools plus or minus a virtual assistant? There’s not a lot of meat left on the bone. So the average wholesaler’s caught in this vortex, right? Money comes in, money goes out. There’s no savings, no reinvesting back into the business.
He makes it seem really easy to get term sales from people, right? So that’s one of the objections his students have. They go, “If it’s really that easy, why wouldn’t the seller just do it themself and cut me outta the deal?” Ron recently addressed that objection, and, two words: Scorched. Earth. “Okay, well, first of all,” he said, “nothing is as easy as anybody says it is. All right? First, you have to learn what to do and then you have to get out there and do it.”
Tyler Narducci is the founder of Sobe Viral, where he and his team offer a done for you agency program. Just imagine: You never have to worry about where your next lead is gonna come from. You don’t have to get on the phone, all nervous and sweaty, and try to close clients yourself. Nor will you be stuck, slaving away on fulfillment. Sound too good to be true? I agree, but let’s hear Tyler out, shall we? Scroll down and keep reading for my DFY Agency Program review.
Greg Dickerson served in the U.S. Navy right after high school before transitioning into real estate. He’s renovated hundreds of custom homes and commercial buildings, developed residential and mixed use subdivisions, started a dozen companies from the ground up, and done more than $250 million in transactions. He now coaches and mentors other entrepreneurs, investors, and developers. His students have more than $2 billion in AUM and deals in process.
Fullstaq Marketer Keala Kanae has a free downloadable PDF called Freelance Marketing Secrets. When you sign up to get it, of course, he aggressively asks you to sign up for a two-hour webinar so he can pitch you the first of many info products. Which, once you start buying, go up steeply in price. No, thanks. But I will dig through my email, peep the PDF, and see if it’s any good. I’m not holding my breath, I’ll tell you that much.
Sick of writing marketing and sales content? Email nurture sequences, lead magnets, ad copy, webinars, sales scripts, courses—it never ends. But what if somebody just did it all for you? Aaron Fletcher launched Growthworks.io to do just that. “It’s the first done-for-you content engine,” he says. “All of your marketing and advertising copy, optimized and proven to convert, and customized to your exact product and audience in just a few minutes.”
Michael Shreeve Jr. used to run a blog and podcast called The No Pants Project. Today, he seems to be more focused on his Peaceful Profits brand, where he pushes his latest book, The One Book Millions Method, and then tries to upsell you into coaching and consulting services on the back-end. And he suggests you do the same. But can a short book really help you become No. 1 in your niche and scale your business to 7-figures? Read on.
Jonathan Khalil is the creator of Evergreen Agent. He can show ya how to close 24–48 deals every year using his so-called Kingdom Model. Why listen to him though? Jonathan says he got 150 new clients himself last year using this same method. He built a 7-figure business in two years. And his students closed more than $400 million in deals last year. And yes, this still works in low inventory markets as of today. Scroll down and read on for my review.
This dude’s willing to teach you the strange method he’s used to create one of the top motivational podcasts on the planet, with over 20+ million downloads. But get this: his average episode is only 10 minutes long, and he records most of ’em from his car in a Dunkin’ Donuts parking lot. His name is Sam Crowley and his podcast is called Every Day Is Saturday. Apparently, it’s grown into a multimillion dollar brand. Wanna know more? Keep reading.
Charles Dobens, Esq., is the founder of Multifamily Investing Academy and creator of the MultifamilyOS Program. “Did you know that real estate has created 90% of today’s millionaires?” Charles says. “I mean, just look around at the most successful people you know. I bet most of them used real estate to build their wealth. But in the world of real estate, multifamily is—in my opinion—head and shoulders above all other categories of real estate investing.”
Science of Client-Getting founder Daniel Levis reminds us that with email, unlike social media, Zuck can’t come in and change the rules. When people opt in to your email list, guess what, you’re the publisher. You call the shots. And your subscribers—especially those who buy something from you—are your number one business asset. And the ones who haven’t bought yet? Are about four and a half times more likely to pull the trigger in the future, as compared to people not on your list.