Why to rob banks

“Why do you rob banks?”

Willie Sutton, famous bank robber of the mid-1900’s, gave this simple response:
“Because that’s where the money is.”

As a result, he spent more than half of his adult life in prison.

Doesn’t sound like a good plan to me.

Recently a friend of mine confessed to me that he made extra money in college dealing drugs.

$30K was big money to him.

Had he gotten caught, prison would have negated all he “earned” and destroyed his life and freedom.

Doesn’t sound like a good plan to me.

I’m in business to MAKE great money AND have a fantastic lifestyle of TOTAL FREEDOM.

Doing something illegal would destroy all that.

So the lesson is simple:
Stick to the LEGAL path and do it right.

I shook my head at the $30K he earned.

I do that in 1-and-a-half wholesale deals on average. And I have no legal risk.

I told him it’s insane to risk going to prison for a mere $30K (or any amount for that matter).

Nothing is more important than Total Freedom.

But sometimes people don’t see that they have options.

Or they just don’t know what those options are.

How to learn?

Start attending Traction REIA.

Each month we cover a different niche topic within real estate investing.

You’ll see which niches fit you well.

And which don’t.

Both of which will make you a better investor because you’ll have the clarity and focus that you need to move forward confidently with what can work for you and avoid what wouldn’t.

And you’ll have the knowledge and techniques to advance quickly.

Sorry Willie, this is where the real money is!

So skip jail, skip the risk, and focus on a proper path to your future here:

This month we are focused on Apartment Building and Multi-Unit Investing.

RSVP for the main meeting & lock-in your seat now for the Saturday training (This is going to be a full house):

“Growing your Wealth with Apartment Buildings & Multi-Units!”
Thursday June 28th.
RSVP now at:

“How to Grow Your Wealth with Apartment Buildings & Multi-Units” Training Intensive
Saturday June 30th
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Tom Zeeb
Traction REIA