When it comes to flipping a house, it can get complicated very quickly.
This edition is about the art of keeping things simple.
What do I mean? I won’t promote making things complicated of course. However success is NOT duplicatable like I said earlier.
If it was…
Everyone will be rich. You want to keep things as simple as possible.
For example, leveraging or creating content, a guide and a system for your prospects now and in the future is simpler than trying to repeat yourself over and over again every time a related question is asked.
Questions from the Viewer
“Hey coach. I started sending 100 pieces of direct mail every week about 6 months ago.
I’ve had a few calls that never resulted in an appointment much less a closed deal.
My bank account is getting burnt out. I’m afraid that flipping a house is not my thing.
Every time I buy another gurus product, I’m told to target a new type of prospects. I’ve tried probate, pre foreclosure, divorces? subscribed to a ton of lead generation systems.
What am I doing wrong? What type of prospects do you focus on? Thanks for your videos.”
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Ola “Tux” Abitogun is the Creator of myEmpirePRO. He became a FULL TIME entrepreneur in October 2006.
He is a computer engineer and an engineering management graduate from New Jersey Institute of Technology; (NJIT) class of 2004/5. He was born in Dallas Texas and raised in Nigeria by his Nigerian parents. He considers himself a proud Nigerian American.
Today, he is a marketing addict, trainer, marketing and business consultant, real estate investor and all around serial entrepreneur. Most importantly, he is husband and father to their 2 Boys. The professional work he is mostly proud of is personally helping 1,000+ entrepreneurs around the world reach greater heights in their careers.
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