The Biz Opp Aprentice

Love him or hate him, Trump knows how to make money.

And he enjoys a life most of us don’t.

Reading his “The Art of the Deal”, I found his secret.

Wanna know what it is?

There you go:

“To this day, if I feel a contractor is overcharging me, I’ll pick up the phone, even if it’s only for $5,000 or $10,000, and I’ll complain. People say to me, “What are you bothering for, over a few bucks?” My answer is that the day I can’t pick up the telephone and make a twenty-five-cent call to save $10,000 is the day I’m going to close up shop.”

So what’s the secret behind this passage?

Trump is a master at taking tiny amounts of action and snowballing them into huge profits.

A phone call that saves him $10,000.

A simple change in a contract that keeps his investments safe for decades.

Saying “OK” to a show idea that ends up paying him millions of dollars per episode.

Moral of the story?

You’re ignoring opportunities that can grow your income.

They are easy to overlook because they seem simple enough.

Yet finding them and taking action is what separates billionaires from ordinary people.

Stop ignoring them and get down to business.
Look here now Love him or hate him, Trump knows how to make money.

And he enjoys a life most of us don’t.

Reading his “The Art of the Deal”, I found his secret.

Wanna know what it is?

There you go:

“To this day, if I feel a contractor is overcharging me, I’ll pick up the phone, even if it’s only for $5,000 or $10,000, and I’ll complain. People say to me, “What are you bothering for, over a few bucks?” My answer is that the day I can’t pick up the telephone and make a twenty-five-cent call to save $10,000 is the day I’m going to close up shop.”

So what’s the secret behind this passage?

Trump is a master at taking tiny amounts of action and snowballing them into huge profits.

A phone call that saves him $10,000.

A simple change in a contract that keeps his investments safe for decades.

Saying “OK” to a show idea that ends up paying him millions of dollars per episode.

Moral of the story?

You’re ignoring opportunities that can grow your income.

They are easy to overlook because they seem simple enough.

Yet finding them and taking action is what separates billionaires from ordinary people.

Stop ignoring them and get down to business.

Sincerely,
Joseph Smith

P.S. Here is another excerpt from the book.

“Then I would sell the hotel to the city for one dollar and they would lease it back to me for ninety-nine years.”

One dollar and leasing for ninety-nine years.

Talk about a small action that will pay dividends.

Take action today
Sincerely,
Joseph Smith

P.S. Here is another excerpt from the book.

“Then I would sell the hotel to the city for one dollar and they would lease it back to me for ninety-nine years.”

One dollar and leasing for ninety-nine years.

Talk about a small action that will pay dividends.

Take action today Love him or hate him, Trump knows how to make money.

And he enjoys a life most of us don’t.

Reading his “The Art of the Deal”, I found his secret.

Wanna know what it is?

There you go: Check this out now

“To this day, if I feel a contractor is overcharging me, I’ll pick up the phone, even if it’s only for $5,000 or $10,000, and I’ll complain. People say to me, “What are you bothering for, over a few bucks?” My answer is that the day I can’t pick up the telephone and make a twenty-five-cent call to save $10,000 is the day I’m going to close up shop.”

So what’s the secret behind this passage?

Trump is a master at taking tiny amounts of action and snowballing them into huge profits.

A phone call that saves him $10,000.

A simple change in a contract that keeps his investments safe for decades.

Saying “OK” to a show idea that ends up paying him millions of dollars per episode.

Moral of the story?

You’re ignoring opportunities that can grow your income.

They are easy to overlook because they seem simple enough.

Yet finding them and taking action is what separates billionaires from ordinary people.

Stop ignoring them and get down to business.

Sincerely,
Joseph Smith

P.S. Here is another excerpt from the book.

“Then I would sell the hotel to the city for one dollar and they would lease it back to me for ninety-nine years.”

One dollar and leasing for ninety-nine years.

Talk about a small action that will pay dividends.

Take action today 

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