There’re 2 types of entrepreneurs:
TYPE #1: Those who use other people’s money (like angel investors or government money) to fund their projects.
TYPE #2: Those who use nothing but their own grit, determination, and self-funding to launch their businesses.
I’m firmly in the Type 2 camp.
I built my business out of nothing using the very little funding I was able to scrape together.
Personally, I wouldn’t have it any other way.
And I’m not really sure taking a ton of funding from someone else (especially taxpayer money from the government!) really makes one an independent entrepreneur. That’s more of a business owner.
Without having had to turn to others, I still own, and have always owned, 100% of my businesses.
So the success I have doesn’t need to be watered down by sharing it all away.
Yes, a real estate business makes this more possible than, say, a business putting rockets into space or building some widget factory.
And that’s exactly how I like it.
It’s all mine.
All the successes.
The occasional learning-lesson failure.
And yes, all the profits.
It’s a do-it-yourself all-on-your-own bootstrap approach to building a business.
And, in many ways, a magnificently American approach to doing just that.
Because America was built by massive entrepreneurship, ingenuity, risk-taking, and pursuit of reward.
It was always encouraged,
rather than interfered with.
That’s the approach I still take to running my business.
And it’s the approach I take when teaching others how to build theirs.
I teach you what it takes to start and sustain your own entrepreneurial real estate investing business.
Want to join my merry band of American bootstrappers?
Start with my 1-Day Rapid Cash Generator MasterClass.
If you’re ready to break free and prosper it can work for you.
Then get out of the way.
The rest of us have work to do.
Traction Real Estate Mentors