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Is it best to just jump in? Or start part time?

I recommend starting part time. That's what I did, and I think that's what just about everyone I know who is successful in the business did. Part time is good at first, because a lot of what we do can be done any time of day or on the weekend (90% of it is computer based).


And, a lot of people stay part time. It works, when it's done correctly.


Also, there's more to learn than you might think. Really. It's a profession, and I think that's what you want. For me, I had to let some ideas sink in. Also, getting access to the right investigation databases will take a few weeks. (They're not allowed for just anybody. You need to show that you're "in the business.")


Remember, this business is 85% strategy. Seeing the logic of the strategies I lay out may not at first be apparent. But it will be. It will save you tons of time and frustration. Promise. You don't want to make the same mistakes I did (and everybody does). Ugh.


And, good news--you don't have to know everything to start. Just the basics. You'll grow into the rest. I'll show you how.

But, at the start I'll show you 4 main things personally and in the Course part of the Program:

1. How to find judgments online and at the courthouse.

2. How to investigate the judgment-debtor find assets.

3. How to get judgments into your name, the right way.

4. Which judgments to turn down. (Many are bummer judgments. I'll tell you why, and which ones are best. You don't want to waste a minute or a penny.)


You'll have 1) my ongoing personal mentoring to get you going well, as well as our group mentoring, 2) my Step by Step Course, and 3) my ongoing Forum. Those 3 will get you up and going. And we'll continue the mentoring from there.


Questions? Let me know.


Thank, Peter


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