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Upon graduating from Ramapo College in 2000, I ventured into the restaurant business, working 80 hours a week for two years. It was tough and challenging not having a break. Eventually, I became burnt-out from working late nights and decided a change was needed. My career began in the mortgage business. By age 26, I was now the proud owner of a mortgage company with a few friends. At one point, we had over 40 employees working for the company. By 2007, the mortgage industry began to collapse. I then borrowed 200k to open a franchise of a private jet charter company in order to diversify our income streams. The private jet industry consisted of private jet charters for professional athletes, celebrities, and high level executives. I worked as hard as I could, treading water, trying to survive. Soon enough, the private jet industry got hit by the recession about 12 months after the mortgage industry. The expenses of operating a typical business such as: payroll tax, rent, insurance and overhead became too much to handle in this market. It was time for change. I had just gotten married and soon had a baby on the way. From the moment my son was born, I knew that I would have to make a serious change in my career if I wanted to spend time with him. I realized if I continued to work 70-80 hours a week, it wouldn’t be long before I missed my son’s baseball games, daily rides to and from school and not to mention the little things like cooking breakfast for the family in the morning. This prompted me to re-examine my life. Between the long hours I was working and the quality time I wasn’t spending with my family, I decided to throw in the towel and become a home business professional……
As I was online looking for the answer, I came across the infamous “Coffee House Letter“. This was the game changer for me. I spoke to a friend of mine who is a 7 figure earner in the industry and he told me “you have develop a skill, create results, become an expert and then brand yourself and help others the correct way.” The path to success was clearly defined. Since April 2009 when I read the letter, I have developed skills that have placed us 15-20 years ahead of the average entrepreneur and built a successful online business from home. A major contributing factor to my success was from those who took the time to mentor me along the way. I am committed to helping others achieve the same level of success.
My Location: Hasbroouck Heights, New Jersey