Do you have a job that’s comfortable, secure, and well-paying but not making you happy at all? If you answered yes, then you have something in common with today’s guest.
Jahmai Nicome is a rockstar rhino from Baltimore, Maryland. While he earns a decent living working as an accountant, he eventually realised it’s not making him happy. Through an entrepreneurship class, he discovered Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad Poor Dad and had a complete change of mindset.
Fast forward many months after and he was able to listen to Tom Krol on Bigger Pockets. From there, he decided to just go for it, take massive imperfect actions, and followed Tom’s step-by-step instructions. And the rest they say is history.
Today, Jahmai is totally crushing the wholesaling market, doing something that makes him happy while getting massive returns at the same time. If you are considering quitting that 9 - 5 job that’s not making you happy but don’t know what to get into, today’s episode would be perfect for you!
If you think you need a huge amount of marketing money to succeed in wholesaling, think again! Today’s guest earned a total of $127,000 just knocking on doors and cold calling!
Davin Reynolds is a rockstar rhino from San Diego, California. While still new in the wholesaling business, that didn’t stop the driven 25-year-old from finding lucrative deals in the ultra competitive San Diego market. In fact, his first 2 deals both happened within a month. What’s even better is he was rewarded massively for both deals.
If you want to try wholesaling but don’t have any money for marketing, you owe it to yourself to listen to today’s episode. Without doubt, Davin’s success story will not only inspire and motivate you but will also make you believe that you too can make things happen!
If you are new to wholesaling, is it advisable to burn the ship and go all in? For our guest today, it’s probably one of the best things he has ever done.
For many people, trying something new with their backs against the wall can be very stressful. However, for rockstar rhino Jens Kuetemeyer, it was the motivation he needed to succeed.
With only $13 in his bank account, Jens decided to quit his job and get into wholesaling full-time. While he encountered a lot of gut check moments along the way, he never gave up.
Instead, he took the challenges he encountered as his cue to get creative and think outside the box. Three months in and he has already closed 3 deals and netted a total of $19,500!
If you are feeling adventurous and would like to get into wholesaling, today’s episode is exactly what you need to hear!
Do you find the idea of making 6 figures within your first year in business too farfetched? Not when you’re in the wholesaling business and doing TTP!
Jasper Cool is a driven 21-year-old From Raleigh, North Carolina. The former basketball star turned rockstar rhino runs a thriving wholesaling business and has so far earned a whopping $141,000 in less than a year!
If you’re wondering how Jasper made it all happen, you’re in luck! In today’s episode, he candidly shared the techniques that has helped him make over 6 figures in his first year alone.
The young and inspiring go-giver also shared plenty of wholesaling gold nuggets in today’s episode, so make sure you have a pen and paper handy!
Are you one of the many who thinks you have to be an expert and put in 40 hours each week to succeed in wholesaling? The wholesaling experience of today’s rockstar rhino will prove those two are nothing more than gross misconceptions!
Jason Whitsell is a fearless new rhino from Tennessee. Apart from the fact that he's no wholesaling expert yet, he also has a full-time job. However, both factors have not been a hindrance to his wholesaling success. In fact, four months into his wholesaling business, he was not only able to find one deal but two!
Of course, Jason’s hard work coupled with his willingness to make massive imperfect actions has been rewarded handsomely. For starters, he was able to earn an impressive $22,500 on the first 2 deals he ever did. What’s even more amazing? He spent roughly 6 hours on both deals!
If you’re a new wholesaler who could use some motivation and inspiration, today’s episode is exactly what you’re looking for!
While there is no shortage of means to close lucrative wholesaling deals, there is an ultimate and foolproof way to close more deals successfully—overcoming top objections from sellers.
If overcoming seller objections is something you find challenging, you’re in for a treat! In this episode, TTP guru and rockstar wholesaler Brent Daniels is joined by wholesaler extraordinaire and CEO and founder of Get It Done House Buyers Inc., Todd Toback.
Todd has been in the real estate and wholesaling industry for so many years now and is highly skilled in sales management, coaching, sales, and entrepreneurship. Not only that, he is also highly skilled in negotiations.
Todd not only shared many wholesaling gold nuggets, he also provided surefire ways to counter the top objections of sellers. If you’re ready to take your wholesaling business to the next level, today’s episode is exactly what you need to hear!
Are you one of the many who thinks they have to be an expert in wholesaling and have to do it full-time to succeed? If truth be told, even if you only know the basics of wholesaling and you’re only doing it part-time, you can still make a killing. Not convinced? The story of today’s guest is solid proof!
Kevin Roberts is a rockstar wholesaler from Houston, Texas. Just like most wholesaling newbies, he had to find his way around when he first started. However, he was willing to make massive imperfect actions and was always putting in consistent effort.
Past forward a year later, he has already closed a total of 4 deals in 2019 alone. What’s even more amazing is he has earned a whopping $86, 000 from all the deals he has done so far!
If you’re a wholesaling newbie who’s about to give up, do yourself a favor and listen to today’s episode. It just might inspire you and make you believe that just like Kevin, you can succeed in the wholesaling world if you take massive imperfect actions and stay consistent.