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0:01 just become the source of the reward. It's 0:03 a currency. I like I liked the way he said this earlier, we kind of talked about this earlier, but he didn't say it. But what is you asked us to bring the group? What's the most powerful thing out there? And it was like money time. And all that he was Anthony. And it's the power of connection. And I thought I was like, man, we need to talk about this again, because it was such a profound, because that's the hive mind, the hive mind is harnessing the power connection. You can't put money you can't you can't force it with money can't force it with time, because the power of connection. So what was the story? What was the deal that rose did? 0:48 Yeah, she said, Hey, I have a buyer that wants a certain type of piece of land in a certain area in the San Antonio market, 0:54 like the outskirts. And I was like, I don't have anybody. And then when I hung up, I was like, 1:02 I think I should try somebody that plays over there in that area. I didn't even give it a second thought. I was like, if I can make the connection, something happens. Amazing. Cool. 1:11 So as x ray and I was like, Hey, do you have any this property is like, I don't know, probably not. Somebody real quick. have found it. Really? Yeah. If we put this deal together, there's 10,000 on the table, like in three text messages. That's cool with 10 grand and three text messages. So dollar per hour, that's obnoxious. And I think, I think maybe he never called me back. You know, maybe, I don't know, maybe he never put a deal together. Whatever. I just did my outreach. And he calls back and said, Hey, we have the property, we can make the connection. There's 10 G's. I was like, okay, but there's three of us, right? We're not going to break up 10 G's three ways. I was like, Can we do one for five grand? No. Can we? Is there a different way to repay the five grand? And Ryan's? Like, why don't you just ask the buyer to put down an additional five grand so you can skip the note he can skip the creative was like, that's an amazing idea. And simple as it was. So I called Rose back and I was like, Hey, can you pay five extra grand down? On the bank? Yeah, he's good. Protects, Ryan's like, okay, cool. All right, done. He's like, have your person call my person. So we can go back to making some money. All right, goodbye. They call me I gotta check for you to like, what the hell just happened. And what this was like in the span of like, 710 days or less. It was like, very random. Of a handful of text messages, like one phone call or two phone calls. And then somebody sent me a pretty cool check. What the heck. All right, this is a good game. Power of connection, speed of connection. 2:51 And as crazy as it sounds, there's another person that happened, I think we had this crazy story come out, I think it was like, less than six months into the hive mind. Mike Novak, he gets a he has a deal in Wisconsin. And he finds a buyer for it. And the buyer is like you have to talk to my agent. I'm not gonna let you do the deal with my agent. So he had to talk to the agent. Agents like oh, yeah, that's really cool. Kind of like what else do you do? Where else you buying land and might go back buys land and like 1520 different things. So he's like, kind of telling them so the agents doing doing this thing? That working and working with it working with the legit buyer and seller buys and sells lots? And the agents like, Hey, are you Mike from hive mind? He's like, Yeah, he's like, Oh, I'm Louis from hive mind to your credentials. Yeah, they're both from home. 3:58 They were cross verifying each other. Give me your ID you give me your ID you give me your ID and wait a minute. We work for the same company as funny. 4:09 That's crazy. And I like it as crazy as it seems like I said, we weren't like nowhere who had the numbers that we do now. And connections are crossing across 1000 miles in a ridiculous way like that. In six months. 4:31 Oh, man, I think this always points me back to the simple fact that like, I know there's other people doing bigger numbers and cooler deals and you know, they were the right shade of pants, you know, and they'd like have the right amount of high water versus leather shoes, but over here in Texas Meanwhile in Texas, I just love the people that we're already doing deals with. 4:55 We will do we oh, we forgot about the other one that Rogers So Matt Rogers comes in he's investor out on La is a virtual land investor he invests in Florida. So he's like, oh, I want to try hive mind. I want to learn how to text. So he's like Daniel teaching me how to text. I hate technology. I hate all this stuff is teaching them attacks. I figure the rest of them. I've been doing a bunch of deals I figured out so I teach them I'm doing text, he gets a contract and four days, what does he do? takes it to the hive mind. Hey, loser, Florida, good homie disposes live. 5:35 Oh, you actually use the system, 5:36 B use the system, and the network of the hive mind to do the deal using an older plant. So the Andriana person has a buyer, they close the deal out, they both make $7,000 in 21 days. And it's just a software 6:02 he made 21,000 in seven minutes. Oh, yeah, you guys here knew where to place it where to where to disposition that lead. So 6:11 So was knowing where to put it. Putting your energy in the right places, that way, you're actually not using all the resources of your time. And if you can find a way to do that infinitely, what's that per hour so the power of the power of connection? Well, we have a 6:55 business model that's based on the power of connection. And I wonder if people see that like, I don't know, people see that as 7:03 currency. So let's make it like into a more practical scenario, or more practical imagining, that can say, okay, now I understand how wealth or energy or electricity is distributed. So today, I looked at a property with him and priced. And it's several 100 acres, like five 600 acres south of San Antonio, and it's by a power station. So whenever I see land surrounding a power station, that tells me that that power station is the source of energy, the source of capital, it's the like an abundant resource engine that exists inside of that environment. So if you can buy the land surrounding that energy resource, that energy resource shouldn't be able to power up the land around it at a very efficient cost. Because there's no distance to deliver that electricity, right. You don't have to, there's not a start and a stopping point between the production and the distribution of the energy. So I really liked this piece of land, I think that, you know, you can do a solar farm there. But if you did a neighborhood or a hotel, or any type of entity that needs, you know, an infinite amount of energy or very high amount of electricity, I think 8:21 it's either giving or taking, too, because either something can give it or something can take it. But so it's a way to distribute it. 8:29 Yes, it's a node, it's a node on the network. What's a human being that is redistributing information to other nodes to other people. 8:48 It's just another form of connection. I mean, think about your Jenga block. You take the blocks together, the times are blocked, Lego blocks, they interlock with each other, and create anything, whatever your imagination desires. 9:05 So that power station, right, where we can do a solar farm next to it next to that big landmass. It can be the same thing as a human being. Right? Whatever information or electricity or energy is passing through that individual node, the more energy you can pass through that know that person, the more people you can affect around you. So let's say generating wealth, let's say wealth is the currency of wealth, use electricity, the more wealth that you hold and the faster rate that you can generate it, then the more abundantly you can distribute it to your network. 9:47 I think it's crazy. I think we'll get back to that. I haven't looked at the math in a while but I know we're getting close to 100 grand back to our clients this year. $100,000. Back to work. Audience I think I think that's a crazy part is just like, I think that's what just feels like. What's it look like when we give a million dollars back to our clients? Like everybody is like, Oh, I paid a JV with this person and 100 cake, like we're equally distributing the money, can we bring it back to our clients? In some way, shape 10:24 or form? We mean, like a redistribution of wealth 10:26 redistribute Yeah, like, like, just say, like a redistribution of wealth. It's interesting, it's very interesting. Because people participate in different ways, we people that participate in the podcast with people who participate in the real estate transactions, where people participate in underwriting. They participate in their own way that they can, and then hopefully, the system will distribute them in a JV deal and distribute them and a billion payout and may distribute, distribute them in a dinner covered by a choir covered by us. Maybe they get a flight paid, maybe they get a cruise giveaway, you know, there's just something that's passed out and passed around, just because something is good is happening around the 11:26 world, that's kind of the value prop is like, if you stand close enough to me, if you help me make this thing, then you too will reap the rewards. So what a person with a scarcity mindset first considers is, what is the reward? And what rate Shall I receive it? Right? That's one mindset. And then another Mindset says, I will continue continue to contribute to this machine or to this thing, because I believe in it infinitely. And I'm just not going to stop. Right, that's a whole different type of mindset personality. So that now, let's say there's a small group like 350 ish, that is consistently contributing to the machine. And now the machine is over producing, currently over producing, right, whatever the revenue sources, or whatever the metric is, that makes people feel successful or happy or fulfilled. We're over producing whatever that metric is. And now, let's go ahead and redistributed to the contributors. In business, that's called a dividend, it can be a share, you know, shareholder, whatever, I don't even know what the correct technical terms are. But whatever is contributing to the growth of the entities should also receive back the growth of the entity. And I think that's what we're creating right now at scale without maybe some of the proper Why don't Oklahoma we hired the correct attorney with him. Right, cuz I think we have the correct infrastructure. But like I'm saying, maybe I don't have the right words for it. But if you contribute to the entity that C is benefiting, it's starting to over produce resources, we want to redistribute some of those resources back into the community. And now it's happening at scale. It's fun, it looks cool. I'm excited about it. 13:15 I think I think the interesting part is that we want to continue to distribute, and continue to grow, continue to participate, and continue to pay to participate. So who knows what will come up. So the power of connection is infinite. And a lot of people literally go I mentioned Sierra, he missed it on day, What makes you say, What makes you say that? You missed it. It's funny. Like I said, I feel bad. I feel bad for the people that that leave in the park, but some people have to leave in the park before we get the people actually supposed to do to make the things it's supposed to make happen. 14:00 And it looks like trimming, right? Yeah, so you have the most beautiful rose bushes inside of your million dollar house. And there's like these badass rose bushes like they're the most exquisite roses anywhere in that city. And there's not too many places to find them except other than by your front door. Right. But also like they grow like weird Lee if they grow on spot directions and right they over produce thorns. And so it's like, you kind of have to like trim them to make them like performing their most amazingness and now they're the most beautiful they're ever going to be. It's like anatomically correct. It's you know, correct according to green thumb theology. But you manicured it. 14:46 Those are those limbs are producing they're dead and dying in the wrong direction. 14:52 And all that remains is a Leo Gary's in the loop mirallas in the home of Florida. Is the Evan price? The Mike Novak's the seer the John Xander the Andre the Jeffrey's class cars, very select few of the flowers of the beautiful flowers that exist. I'll take that make our life look and feel amazing in a big make us appreciate that beauty is like there's there here. We don't remember the part that had to get sheared off or the part that had to be sacrificed or clipped off. So that's what I love. I love like, it's not really about the of the sheer numbers. It's not about the the rate of delivery that we're receiving back from somebody and saying, This is the most beautiful version of what we've cultivated. And the people that are here like we love death. 15:50 So if you're listening to this, participates, find a way to participate, find a way to bring your skill, knowledge information time. Maybe it's capital, maybe it's your network, maybe it's one of them. So many ways to contribute in so many ways. It's interesting that Oh, Kenny, Kenny, we have a real we're paying 1000 on a lot. dispo Kidding, kidding. We're gonna have a buyer that's gonna buy every lot. We have this one area. We have 90 locks. I hope it makes 90 grand. 16:34 But we shall see, we shall see. 16:38 But it's interesting man. Anybody else has an email says anybody. 16:42 But yet, about one person has to send one person only get one. So that's what happened with the cache or, you know, my team sat on it for six weeks, eight weeks? And I'm like, is it not ready? Like, I thought we had the green light. Maybe it like headed up. I guess everybody kind of knows what to do. 17:03 Like it swam around in my mind for several weeks of your life looking to sell it. Me. So I set up a marketing on Facebook marketplace blast. Mobile books on half been in two days less than two days then have. And then it's kind of funny. Something that made me think about is that not everybody's playing at that level. And that's cool. It's fun. And it's cool, because I don't also feel like I met some like amazing upper echelon level. It's just weird to me that not everybody can move like that. Well, 17:39 I really want I really want to bring this up too, because I think we watched the tic tac video I showed you two is that not every not everybody can be at your standard your skill. And they're not supposed to and they're not supposed to. And that's okay. And you can't really hold them to the standard. So if you're like a solopreneur, making your first hire and your first hire isn't as good as perfectly fine and reasonable. 18:00 Okay, I remember the exact numbers. Yeah, it says that you only need to hire somebody that's 70% as good as you. And then if that's a true 70 percenter, then you only have to provide 30% of the effort. And then if you hired another 70 percenter, now there's 140% of you. And that allows you to remove yourself from the equation entirely, and you're still over producing and that's the freedom 18:24 that's the freedom and that was a female intruder that said that I thought that was such a great nugget because that everybody should outperform as much as you like no one has the same drive as I do as what I do if I put you in my position and force you to try and produce you want to fucking douche but if I went in your position and tried to enforce the produce I wouldn't I wouldn't do as good as you either. So it's it's finding your superpower and finding where your your best fit is and producing in that way and then once you're at that point to scale and scale out find some time to people that are cited percent of you that way you're over producing and you can step away 19:14 know that was such that was such a good nugget man. I at least I ever saw I like Tic Tac because like I'm not dancing tic tac toe. So my products I knew about the business side of Tic Tac Toe your tic tac 19:27 toe but my shaking some nalagarh 19:32 but like I said, it's crazy as crazy as it seems. But I don't know if you heard but tic tac just got confirmed to be a search engine. 19:41 Hey, all I know is that I'm not going to be shaking my SSN no CRM. Oh man. 19:53 That's crazy. No, but the type of tech stack is now certified searches. So imagine the possibility So as soon as I saw that, Prince Donald posted the text initially search engine, you know, first thing I did is throw a team and make sure our BIOS and our messages under our videos are direct with the video stands for because if people are searching for that content I want them to find sorry, indexing, shift start indexing. Exactly. So Oh, and then indexing by indexing it. If everybody's curious how much hive mind has been indexing, search hashtag Hi, for those of us like platform, and see what it says. 20:42 And I tell them to tell the good so I remember trying to pose high with us hashtag high with us. Fewer than 100, you know, pose. And then it said like fewer than 1000 posts like on Instagram, I think I remember the most. And today's in greater than 5000 posts on the coin that hell hashtag high with us. 5000 plus times, like that's pretty cool. has to happen. Like it happened the way and it's kind of like it was kind of like, Wait a minute. That's not right. 21:18 But we did it, I did it 21:21 5000 times 21:23 you produce enough content, you produce enough content, you create your own little hashtags. So now, the summary search time with us. Hashtag hive with us. Now there's a trail, we left the trail for two years. Left breadcrumbs that anybody can 21:43 find, okay, all right. All right, you want to get heavy. So I got a senior marketing background, I have a marketer screen, something's really, really wrong with me. So when I see other companies and other businesses that are trying to do marketing, I'm like, man, they understand that it's such a base elementary level. It's kind of funny, it's kind of cute. It's cool. I love it. I love it. I love it. I'm not hating on anybody. If you're trying to do marketing, you're already like my friend, I'm gonna film your best number one fan query, because we could get it. Yeah, I get what you're trying to do. And I'd love you for it. I'm not trying to clown. What I'm saying is, is that if you think about something in terms of, let's say, SEO, the only reason people that can imagine SEO as a viable strategy is because they already have a website. And now your website is based on keywords and videos, right. And also words now, right verbal words that are on your videos that are listed on your website, so that the spider bots that work for Google and everybody else, recognize that you're an authority in a particular field, because you mentioned certain topics, words and other things more than other individuals, therefore, you're ranking for that field. But one thing you are not considering is that your life is also a website. Your online personality is also a site. So whatever you talk about online, whatever you do online, however you brand yourself online is all becoming organic search traffic for yourself. So every time you do an activity, you mentioned something you talk about something you participate in the podcast go to event you check in all that is becoming part of your personal SEO, it has nothing to do with your business or your website. And that's marketing at the grand scale. 23:21 So I had lunch with Ruben Mata last week. And Ruben Mata we did an episode like two three months ago. And yeah, he's like, it's like, I need to do another podcast with you. And I'm like, Oh, why? And I don't know, if we bring your guests again, Leo, when do you want to do it? He's like, I want to do another podcast with you. Because you guys continue to use my content and push it out there over and over again. And that helps my brand. You know, so he appreciates the exchange of value that we provided to him by him hopping on our podcast, because we use that that data and that SEO and that content to re spin it and help increase spin it to reach more people. And it's just sits there over and over again. 24:13 And hilarious, dude, I love how somebody will be like, hey, if I come on your podcast, I need to receive something for my time or my energy and I will because I'm sharing my ever so finite, limited time with you. I want to compensation. Take a route with a just chill laughing funny class by the cast. He's like, Oh, shit, these guys spun my content. I see the value in that. Hey, can we get some more of that? Thank you now that again. Now he wants to share his information with us again. You have to share his time with us again, so that we can further benefit each other and it's not even the reason right? But he's like, Hey, last time I gave these guys something They weigh massively over compensated me for my time. And now I want to give them more of my time, because I know they'll appreciate it, do what they will. And we're about to splice it up and give it back 800 times at our expense, because we know that it's mutually beneficial. Mutually. That's cool, man. I really love that. I said, Man, the friends that we already have are out of this freaking world. And why do we deserve this? So for, 25:28 for everybody out there that wants to build the brand and authority. I mean, if they tell you to do a podcast in like, we're doing this podcast we're driving right now. are driving right now again. And like I said, we could have been listening to music, or we could have been talking and wasting this time. But now what are we doing if our 25:45 media Mamma mia, we're recording 25:48 it. And now it's evergreen. It's Evergreen. And if you find value from it, 10,000 other people. And it's there forever. So like, a lot of a lot of the gurus they talked about. And I made a joke about it recently, too. I was like, I'm Google Local. And it's not it's not that I'm capping. It's just I've done so much content online, that I produced and released myself that I'm Google. 26:18 It's funny, sometimes Daniel sees things that I don't see, right, I think I'm gonna like a marketing Jesus. And then Daniel would tell me something. I'm like, yeah, he kind of know what he's talking about. But he's good. I get it. And then he's like, Hey, next time somebody asks for your contact information, or your phone number, he's like, just say, Google me. And I'm like, that's kind of stupid. And then one time, this customer was trying to sell us some lead, who tried to check me he's like, how do I know who you are? I don't know who you are. And he was like, kind of I was getting frustrated or like wanting to have like a bad retaliation in my response. And I was like, scoping it. And then the guy like, three weeks later, he goes, we never talked back. And I'm like, okay, he must have seen one of my YouTube videos must have like, listen to something where you call it, hey, I don't like this arrogant prick. And then we're gonna sell it to him. Without like, three weeks later, he messages you like, Here's the address. Here's everything. Like, send me everything. I asked him for three weeks ago, when he was good and ready. After he Googled me after he saw my YouTube videos. I thought maybe that might hurt my credibility, like wholesaler, whatever. No, he's already he's like, Okay, let's go address guy. He's good. But he sent me stuff. So it's like, you've got to do SEO on yourself to build credibility and trust and see the environment. And it'll pay dividends forever. So now, if I go back and account backwards now, maybe three, four or five times, maybe six times where people have like, waited to talk to me or waiting for something, to go look me up online, on Google, YouTube, wherever they might find me. And they decided that they want to go ahead and move forward and doing business with me. That's huge, bro. I don't have to tell you how cool I am or how honest or how trustworthy I am. Go look it up. And then you tell me what you think. And now they're coming back every single time. 27:59 And like it's not it's not being cocky or facetious, or whatever happened or whatever. And so it's a little benefit. 28:06 You can find out who I am online. I don't mean explain nothing. 28:09 That letter that literal that literally Google Bing Google double interchanges in dollar science. And you think it's going to stop tomorrow? 28:17 I keep seeing it every day. Now. 28:19 It's gonna get worse. 28:22 I know you're a scammer. I don't know. Go look me up online. If you'd be saying I'm a scammer, and never call me again. And then they call back. And we're like, can we do to do Yeah. And then 28:30 like, they're like, oh, what number did I call it was the same number I call it he called me from this the same number he called me from. So like, having having that ability to be evergreen. It's a blessing and a curse. But if you can monetize it, and stay ahead of it, you can monetize it forever. So like, me and Anthony been doing, we've been on YouTube for a year and a half. And like I said, we've been creating content and a lot of content with podcasts. So now it's reaping benefits, that it's not going to stop, it's only going to get more and more and more and more and more. So if you're really trying to create an online presence, produce content, release it, and wait times on your side. 29:21 Plant the seeds and 29:22 let it grow. Plant the seeds and let it go. And I'll finish I'll finish up sorry, because we're think we're done driving, but I went to an event in February in Jacksonville, and the speaker. The speaker was he was his trying to show how mighty how high and mighty his branding was from the stage and he's like, Who here has the best? Who thinks your marketing is 50% better than others and have people stood up? Who thinks your marketing 70% better than others? And like every cent down who thinks marketing's in percent others So gotta like 90%. And there was like four or five people standing and I was standing. And he, he wanted to, like, make an example of me. I can tell he's like, Hey, why do you think your branding is better than others? Like, what's the difference between you and everybody else. And I'm like, the only difference you have against mine as time. 30:23 I don't know if anybody caught that. But it was like the seed has already been planted, the seed of greatness has already been planted, there's no other edits that we need to make to that I've seen. And I've continued 30:34 to plant more, more and more and more and more and more. So that time is on my side. 30:40 This is what makes us feel like, I wish that sound can come from a place of arrogance. But this is what makes us love the hive mind more than anything is that the seed has already been planted, there's no more edits and have to make. And that's not coming from a place of arrogance. It's coming from places like very like practical timeline, you know, factual events. And if you follow and you emulate what the hive mind teaches, it's like, we're not playing to be one of the best competitors in the marketplace. The strategies that we're using are dominant strategies that will completely like take over and disrupt the industry to disrupt marketplaces. And then like I said, if you if you take that personally, and you take, okay, these guys think, you know, they're coming from a place of pure arrogance, then it's only going to hurt you. But if you apply it blindly, and you say, Hey, I'm just gonna just do whatever the instructions say, you know, you eventually will build a very, very, very big house, you will build a skyscraper so, 31:30 so I have I have one more thing because I love I actually enjoy podcasting now. So I had I had a guest come on the podcast, and he's like, ask them like, why do you do podcasts? He's like, I want to be the brand authority in my one city. My alright, I can help you with that. So we did the podcast. And I can't remember his name right now top my head. But he's like, he's out of New Orleans. So I'm like, New Orleans house buyer, and his name. And that's the name of the episode because I understood I understood and I appreciate and I appreciate the exchange of value that he provided to my to my podcast, so I'm gonna exchange and reciprocate it back to him that I hope he gets deals for the next 10 years. That's priceless says 32:17 if you don't like our real estate strategy, if you hate land and you hate the hive mind and hate me and Daniel hate Mexicans, please, please, please pay attention to what's happening with the marketing we watch. We follow a couple of entrepreneurs that are like now in like the billions and the multi billion dollar strategies in the end they give tips and I feel like there's nothing we have not excluded anything from their teachings and we didn't even learn it from them it's already been happening please try these strategies and something crazy happening in your business 32:46 and the funny thing about that is like we're learning the strategies and like oh, we've been doing that for like that to do that for like a year to get a solidifies that we're doing the right thing Yeah. 32:56 So if you hate everything else about our business model and you only apply one thing please apply the marketing strategies are trying to like see and feel what they might be like what the marketing strategies are and it will change your business can change your life I promise you guys if you enjoyed this episode, please check us out on million dollar mastermind.com. 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Host/ Ceo/ Speaker
Hi! I am Anthony Gaona.
I’ve been in digital marketing for almost 15 years.I grew up in construction working for my dad when I was only 12 years old. Normally we had a ton of work or no work at all so a lot of my free time was spent learning how to generate leads.
It didn’t take very long for me to master online marketing because I became absolutely obsessed with it. For the last 15 years I’ve been generating construction based leads. At first I was running the projects myself. This led to sub-contracting all of the excess projects and eventually wholesaling the leads off to other construction companies.
One day I was preparing to build a single family residence for myself. In mid December, 2018, a simple YouTube search led me to the term wholesaling and the rest is history. The plan was to use my construction background to start flipping houses. By January 1st of 2019 I launched several marketing campaigns both on and offline for real estate seller leads.
Within about 4-5 weeks I had my first real estate contract locked up. It didn’t take long for me get a land lead where I made almost a full year’s pay on a single transaction. This came from a land lead and that forever changed my life.
I ran low volume larger land deals for the first two years of my real estate career. Like anyone who has been in real estate investing for an extended period of time, I started thinking about scaling my business.
Instead of deciding to vertically integrated and start hiring I imagined a model where I would teach my real estate investing methods to others. This would free up my personal bandwidth and allow for unlimited large scale transactions.
Currently our operations are expanding globally. The goal is to identify one person per major US Market that we can build a team around and drive traffic to so we can close high volume transactions together.
You can learn more about our vision and join our free mastermind by joining hivemind CRM on Facebook and all social channels
Host/ Ceo/ Speaker
I have been an entrepreneur since 2018. I come from a regular home just like most people. My dad worked on the roads in the Chicago area for over 30 years. He always taught me to work with my brain, instead of my body. Your body can only take so much abuse. I learned so much from my father. He always pushed me to work smarter and not harder.
I have owned and operated a trucking business for 2 years. I started learning real estate in 2019. Fell into the Data & Skiptracing business in 2020. My partner Anthony & I started Hivemind in 2021.
I have done a ton of different jobs coming up from painting, to door-to-door sales, telemarketing, truck driving, and loading trailers. What I learned most is that I want to stay in the digital business space. The leverage you can have delivering digital products to the marketplace can yield limitless possibilites.
I started The List Guys in 2020. It is a data and skiptracing service. We provide seller and buyers list nationwide. My clients have been getting great results and I am proud to help people killing it.
I started the Hive in 2021 with my partner Anthony Gaona. It is a real estate and business mastermind. It also comes with a all in one CRM, that can host unlimited websites and users.
Starting the Hivemind has been an amazing journey so far. Seeing one of our users make his 6 figure month in June 2021 leveraging our software, I know there will be plenty more to come!