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If I offered you a job…

If I offered you a job with a growing company that currently has offices in 8 countries, soon to be 12, and you had the ability to name your own hours, would you be interested?

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What if I told you that you can work from home and make an unlimited salary? Take vacations whenever you want. Earn company bonuses. Attend fun company events.

I KNOW…you think it’s too good to be true.

WELL…it’s not and I help people do it all the time.

What if I told you this is actually not a job offer, but an opportunity for you to start your own home-based business and be your own boss.

Contact me for details. Let’s have a 20 minute discussion to see if it would make sense for you. If not, no big deal, but it couldn’t hurt to talk.

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College isn’t for you?

So, college isn’t for you?

Does your family give you grief because you decided not to go to college?

Did your teachers tell you that your job opportunities are better if you have a degree?

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Does everyone say you will earn more with a degree?

Some of that may be true, and it certainly is IF you plan to spend the rest of your life working for someone else.

BUT…what they don’t tell you is that the majority of millionaires don’t work for someone else, and many don’t have a college degree, such as…

  • Henry Ford
  • JD Rockefeller
  • Richard Branson
  • Steve Jobs
  • Dave Thomas
  • Michael Dell
  • Rachael Ray
  • Bill Gates
  • Mark Zuckerberg
  • Lady Gaga
  • Harrison Ford
  • Tom Hanks
  • Tiger Woods
  • and many more

College isn’t for everyone. That’s not to say it doesn’t have value. College is terrific for those who enjoy school and want to train towards a career working for someone else.

If college isn’t right for you and you have always wanted to be your own boss, then we should talk. I help people every day start their own businesses and control their own future.

I personally know several people who made millions without a college degree and some without a high school diploma. To prove it, I can put you on the phone with them.

Stop waiting and contact me. The earlier you begin, the quicker you can become financially independent and live the life you deserve to.

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If you know of someone who is struggling to make it without a college degree, tell them to contact me.

1 Hour Per Day

1 Hour Per Day?

You don’t have to quit your day job to start a part-time business.

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If you can spare 1 hour per day, I can show you how to start a part-time business that will give you…

  • extra income
  • tax benefits
  • better financial security
  • freedom to work from home
  • possibility of becoming a full-time business

Contact me. Let’s spend 20 minutes to discover if it makes sense for you to be your own boss. No obligation. No fee. Just realistic talk about your future. If it’s not for you, then no big deal, but you won’t know unless you make the call.

The 4 year career 

The 4 Year Career

Most people by age 25 have a plan for the next 40 years regarding what career they will choose. That’s called the 40-40-40 plan.

  • 40 hours a week (that’s laughable)
  • 40 years of your life (really, can you retire at 65?)
  • To retire on 40% of your income (see above)

IF…you absolutely LOVE your career, the company, and the people you work with, then 40 years in that job sounds terrific and I would never want to interrupt that.

AND…if it provides a good life for your family, vacation time, and savings for a comfortable retirement, then please keep that train rolling.

BUT…if you aren’t totally satisfied with your chosen career, or if you like it but need to make some additional income to reach your goals, contact me.

HOWEVER…if you could retire in 4 years, not 40, would you be interested in talking about options?

Starting a part-time business in my spare time was one of the best decisions I ever made. Maybe I can help you, too. It’s easier than you think.

Contact me for a free evaluation to see if it would make sense for you.

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Young Entrepreneurs

young-entrepreneurIn 5th grade, my oldest son, Mackenzie, started his own business. He drew his own graphic arts books and sold them. First, he sold them to classmates, then I brought him to business networking events and he sold advertising in the books.

His hopes, dreams, and career were crushed by the public school system when he was told he couldn’t sell his books in school any longer. 

True story. I’m not creative enough to make this stuff up.

Before his career was ended, he made over $300 as a 12 year old building his own business. He was learning sales skills, marketing, basic financial management, interpersonal skills, and negotiation along with his artistic talent. He had great pride in his work and the relationships with the adults he met and learned to converse with at their level. He was treated as an equal at business events and congratulated for his initiative by those who understood the work it takes to build a business.

Coming from a family of self-employed business owners, this experience hit me deep. I taught in the public school system for many years and was always amazed that entrepreneurship was never taught as a class. In fact, it’s discouraged in favor of the traditional 40-40-40 mindset. You know, get a good education, work 40 hours a week for 40 years and try to retire on 40% of what you couldn’t afford before. Anytime I offered to teach a course on business ownership, I was shot down. After all, I’m third generation in the family business since 1926, what do I know? As a local business owner, when I tried to offer my assistance in the schools, I was constantly told “we can only accept your help if you’re a non-profit organization”. Seriously?

If you feel that you’ve been stuck in a box by the limited mindset that public school has to offer and want to escape, let me help you. Escape the Rat Race, the 40-40-40 scam, the trap that is considered normal. Contact me to learn how you can build a business to be proud of. It doesn’t take a lot of money and it can be done part time. All it takes is the desire to want to be more and to put in the effort to be successful.

Join me for a FREE information session and business meeting to see if you have what it takes.

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Formal Education V Self Education

Thank you to the late great Jim Rohn for this – “Formal education will make you a living; self-education will make you a fortune.”

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I’ve been self-employed since I was 18. Yes, along the way, I have held jobs with other companies, but I remained self-employed at the same time. Now, in many regards, I’m unemployable.

Today, one of my missions is to help other people escape the Rat Race and build their own businesses. There are basically four types of business models (with many sub categories):

  • Manufacturing
  • Distributor
  • Retail
  • Franchise

Whichever model you choose, I can help you get it started properly. Business coaching is the shortcut to making sure you don’t waste money and become another statistic on the business roadkill highway.

If you have toyed with the idea of becoming an entrepreneur, contact me. Maybe it’s right for you and maybe it’s not. Let’s see if you have what it takes.

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FEAR is what you are missing

“Be afraid, be very afraid.” – The Fly, 1986960

Wise words to live by, if you are in sales, and we are all in sales.

A little paranoia will serve you well in sales. Too many sales people allow themselves to fall into a comfort zone because they have one or more of these thoughts in their heads:

  • I’m doing OK
  • I met my goals
  • Good enough is good enough
  • I did my best
  • It’s quittin’ time

These thoughts come from a very dangerous mindset in sales that allows you to be mediocre and for the competition to run you over. They need to go!

People who succeed in sales spend their time in a mild state of fear and paranoia, but in a good way, a way that serves them and helps to keep them stay hungry. When you lose the fear, you lose the hunger and become complacent. Complacency has no place in sales.

At the same time, don’t mistake this hunger/fear/paranoia for desperation. Not the same. Never let the prospect or customer sense desperation. That will absolutely kill a sale.

What’s the answer?

It’s a combination of working like your family will starve if you don’t (and they might) while at the same time projecting to the prospect or customer that you are not dependent upon them purchasing from you (which you shouldn’t be). Hungry, but not desperate.

To learn more about how to achieve this crazy balance and improve your sales, contact me. Sales can be fun and a most rewarding job when the game is played right.

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Who wants to be a Millionaire?

genz3a-cropIf I offered you an opportunity to build a business, gave you free coaching and tons of support, showed you a step-by-step proven blueprint for how to be successful, and helped you create a 5-year plan to become a millionaire…would you be interested in learning more?

My name is Matt Randall. I’m a business coach with over 30 years of experience helping people set and achieve goals. I’m looking for 10 highly motivated and hard-working GEN-Zr’s (the 18-25 year old group) who want to be the next generation of millionaires by age 30. This is no joke, and it will take hard work, but it can be done. In fact, I’ll introduce you to others who have already reached that goal using this system.

For complete details and days/times for the next business meeting, visit my EVENTS page.