6 thoughts on “The Great Mystery: Why Most People Fail BUT You Don’t Have To”

  1. It’s not that people don’t take action, it’s that they don’t have success. I don’t believe that over 70% of people who buy RE courses take absolutely ZERO action, but I do believe that over 70% of people that buy RE courses DO take action, but just don’t get the results that they hoped for. I’m one of those people. I have invested in TONS of RE courses, and I have taken a TON of action, but it’s never as easy as they make it out to be, otherwise, they wouldn’t sell as many courses.

  2. Just because the majority doesn’t have huge success like you guys, doesn’t mean they don’t take action. It’s not even possible to know who takes action and who doesn’t! There’s no way you could know how many people that buy your course take action. You don’t know who studies it and who doesn’t, and what people do with the info! The problem is that is not as easy as you and every other RE course seller make it out to be, and there’s little to no help for people when they need it.

  3. Not everyone can have a father in law to take you by the hand and show you how to do your first deal when you have no experience and no idea what you’re doing. In the real world, it’s much harder. If people don’t trust you, they won’t do business with you. Earning someone’s trust and getting them to accept your business proposal is a very hard thing to do when you’re starting out and aren’t rich and dont’ have a ton of deals under your belt.

  4. Guess what, this is a big country, and not everyone lives in a big city. Some towns, like mine, don’t have a REIA. Some towns are too small to be able to rub elbows with rich, successful people all the time. You guys are living in a little bubble. You literally have hundreds of thousands of properties that are potential deals, and when you need hard money, you know where to go to get it. You know who the lenders are and all you need to do is go talk to them. How hard is that?

  5. Belief is not the issue, everyone believes. Think about it: if someone didn’t believe that it was possible, why would they shell out hundreds if not thousands of dollars on RE courses and bootcamps? Obviously they “believe” that it’s possible to get rich with real estate. It’s not a matter of belief. It’s a matter of trust & rapport & just being a salesman – all the time. You have to constantly be selling yourself. Plus, you have to know the laws to avoid getting thrown in jail.

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