These joint venture interviews comes straight from the trenches. In each story, you'll meet four successful Joint Venture experts with four different approaches to joint venturing. You'll hear each of their stories - the steps they took to get to where they are and the regrets they've had along the way. But best of all, you'll be able to see how they've molded the concept of Joint Ventures to meet their business styles and goals.
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In addition to their stories, they also share tips, tricks and advice on what has and hasn't worked for them. You'll also learn how to get a free joint venture agreement contract.
Here's a brief overview of each interview:
Joint Venture Interview One: You'll meet a man who made a deal with the owner of a third party logistics company to save several small businesses money on their shipping rates. Because he never took "no" for an answer, he's brokered many deals - including one that pays him a residual of $3,000- $4,000 a month. And thanks to the residuals he's collecting from his JV deals, he now only works part time at his "real job" -- just for benefits. In the interview, I also point out a few additional areas that he can expand on to make even more money off of his deals.
Joint Venture Interview Two: You'll hear how this man uses an auto-responder and a website to easily do the job of 150 reps. He says his goal is to make a million dollars a month and when you hear about the deals he's brokering, you'll realize he's probably not exaggerating. He says there's tons of joint venture deals to be made out there because "there's never a shortage of problems." And according to him, all you need to do is "look for those problems and fix them."
Joint Venture Interview Three: This man is a real wheeler and dealer. Listen to how he leverages every deal to create another. For example, he wrote a book where he interviewed business experts and ended up bartering deals with them. Then he turned around and used those experts' names to build credibility and barter even more (and more) deals.
Joint Venture Interview Four: In this interview, you'll meet a man who used to think face-to-face meetings were the best way to barter deals. But that meant he was limited to about an hour's drive of his house. Listen to how he changed all that just by using direct mail, a fax and a phone. He says the best part of his new home-based approach is that it allows him to find people who are already interested instead of trying to make uninterested people become interested.
One thing these Joint Venture experts seem to agree on is that you don't need to have everything perfect before you get out there - the most important thing is getting out there. So sit back and listen to how the experts make their deals.
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