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Posted: Thursday, April 20, 2017 6:45 PM

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"It's good to learn from your mistakes. It's better to learn from other people's mistakes." - Warren Buffett.

[BAD NEWS] If you are like the thousands of people who want to start a fail proof business, I've got bad news. . .

It doesn't exist.

There is risk in EVERYTHING.

(going to college --> not earning enough after graduation)

(borrowing money --> being unable to pay back the loan)

(staying in your "safe" job --> get laid off. . . or worse, slowly die inside)

You get the idea.

Life = Risk

[GOOD NEWS] There is a way to MASSIVELY reduce your risks and 10 × the speed of your success.

In three simple steps.

1. All it takes is one believer

2. Get a mentor who delivers

3. Time outs lead to the best breakthroughs

Find a mentor in your niche who has made all the mistakes and succeeded. . . so you don't have to repeat the bad stuff.

I'd like to introduce to you one of the most amazing mentors I've had the privilege of knowing: Jay Abraham

Jay Abraham has been coined "The Billion Dollar Man". Always using his creative side to his advantage, he was able to stand out and find his strength in spotting opportunities that others were blind to.

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In this free guide you'll learn:

• How to grow your income, taking the elements of uncertainty and disappointment out of your plans.

• How to sell products or services to more people, more frequently

• Last but Not least How to leverage every asset you have even the ones you can't control

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You'll also learn about Jay's training program and the special bonuses we're offering for the next 48 hours only . . .

If you've ever been interested in starting your own business then my advice is check out Jay's course and sign up if you like the idea of running your own online business.

This guide isn't based off theory, but rather real results that he's had, and his current and past students have had.

Here are some of Jay's students who attended similar training and have applied what they've learned . . .

Carl Phillips was a hired-gun president of a 40 year old Fireproof Safe and Steel Cabinet Manufacturing Company owned by five old-line Louisville, Kentucky families.

Carl combined three of our strategies (Fully-Leveraged Buyout, Hidden Assets, and Minority Squeeze-Out) to purchase the entire company without a dime of his own cash, without making a single payment of any kind ever, and without ever incurring a dime of risk.

Old companies often own land, buildings, machinery and equipment that are either substantially undervalued or have been depreciated off their books altogether

Carl was able to borrow substantially more cash against these assets than their book value, used a double escrow to buy up shares of the non-active stockholders, and then squeezed out the active owner all for a total purchase price substantially less than the cash raised from borrowing against the company's assets.

J.B. McGuire (a lawyer tired of taking abuse from his clients) and his wife Marilyn), working together, used our Fully Leveraged Buyout strategy to buy a chain of five already established, already successful Arby's fast food restaurants.

Not only did they have to Not put up any of their own money, but they were able to borrow $90,000 more cash from their lenders then they paid down to the seller, putting the $90,000 in their pocket at the close of escrow.

One marijuana enthusiast, Michael Eymer, saw an early opportunity to cash in on the $1.3 billion legal marijuana industry. He founded Colorado Cannabis Tours in January 2014, the year it became legal to sell recreational weed in the state.

The business began as a rudimentary model, with Eymer driving four people around in a sedan to check out a couple of dispensaries. These days, Cannabis Tours takes around 200 people in six party buses every weekend.

Though the bus ride itself is the main attraction, tourists get to check out a few dispensaries, including Medicine Man (aka the “Walmart of weed”) as well as a live glassblowing demonstration.

Now, although Eymer, a 35-year-old single dad, runs his company out of his home, he raked in $1.8 million in sales last year. He’s up 66 percent this year so far.

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Bottom line is, when you win, I win. That's why it's in my best interest to keep bringing you top experts who produce and teach results based strategies.

This isn't fail proof, you actually have to do the work, but that's a good thing.

Even basketball legend Michael Jordan failed over and over again but he remained focus, listened to his coaches and ultimately saw real success.

Are you with me?

Respond to this message with "ENTREPRENEUR" and INBOX ME" with your first name, E-mail & the best number to reach you at ... I'll get the details to you right away and we can discuss the details . .

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All the best,

- Jeremy

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