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This dude’s looking for established business owners and real estate investors. That you?

Does your investment portfolio look like a mutt that’s been kicked and starved? Perfect.

He and his team will find you a brick and mortar business that’s cash flow positive in the next 21 days or you don’t pay.

How’s it work? Why should you trust him? Let’s find out. 

Read on for my Skip The Start Up review.

They guarantee three things:

  1. They’ll partner with you to buy a profitable business in under three weeks.
  2. They’ll structure a win-win deal that puts money in your pocket while helping the seller of the business move on with their life.
  3. They’ll vet, hire and train a general manager to run the day-to-day operations.

And again, if they fall short, you don’t pay.

You’ll also get daily 1-on-1 coaching and support until your goals are met. Name a guru who offers that. Take a minute… Yeah, that’s what he thought.

The irony is, his presentation sounds like every guru I’ve ever reviewed.

For example:

“How can we make such a bold, promise-driven offer like this?” he says. “It’s simple. ‘Cause we’ve actually done what we’re helping our clients to do.”

Then he tells how he went from selling cars on Craigslist to getting paid $107,000 to acquire a $2 million dollar car dealership – all without using any of his own money.

But he didn’t stop there.

He went on to buy businesses like a body shop which cost him no more than a small house but spits out over a million dollars annually; and a seven figure diesel repair shop; and then a second little repair shop.

“If that’s all you need to hear,” he says, parroting the very gurus he’s trying so hard to set himself apart from, “then go ‘head and book a demo call with my team.”

“But if you wanna know why this works so well, then stick around and watch this video till the very end.”

I mean, it’s literally the same pitch I’ve sat through dozens of other times.


Anyways, my guy wants to save you from buying a bad business on your own.

You probably don’t have the time to run the necessary 50 to 100 valuations on businesses for sale to see which ones are worth pursuing.

They’ll take all that work off your plate.

Plus, they have access to off-market deals you would otherwise never see. Hundreds come across their desk each month and they whittle it down to the best of the best and hand ’em over to you. Then you cherry pick the one you’d be most interested in.

  • 80% of their clients end up buying a business outta the first batch they get sent.
  • 18% will buy from the second batch.

As for the other 2%, who cares? They were the ones carrying around tape measures to make sure you stayed a full six feet away back in 2020.

But yeah. The Beard gets it.

You’ve got Codie Sanchez and Roland Frasier and all their mini-mes trying to sell you courses and coaching to empower you to go out and buy your own business. They make it sound so easy. If only you follow their framework, right?


There’s too much due diligence involved. Then the back and forth negotiations. Terms. Legalities. Creative financing. Taking over the business. Getting someone to run it so it doesn’t run you. Improving it. Scaling it.

It’s a lot of moving parts, a lot could go wrong. Which is why you’ll probably never go through with it, he predicts.

And that’s why Skip The Startup exists.

Book that demo call to see what it costs.

As for me?

I prefer to start online businesses for just $15 per domain, scale them to earn thousands per month in mostly passive income, and repeat the process.

Katie Smith: Slip into your give-up pants, crack open a White Claw, and plop yourself down on the couch. We need to talk about the absolute dumpster fire that is the online course and coaching industry.