You're old as fuck, surrounded by your family and they're asking you;
"What was it like back in the olden days? You know, when you used to be a poor."
You roll your eyes, tell them you're going to leave your entire fortune to a bat research facility and order the butler to escort them out.
OK, so I'm not very good at painting useful / motivational mental images, but I can at least show you how to build generational wealth. The kind of money that means your kids and grandkids and great grandkids never have to worry about money.
Either option is kinda cool.
Let's be honest, you're already doing pretty well. You've got a decent job or business and you're in the position that you could be saving money each month without it impacting on your lifestyle.
Well, after the success of the first Mastermind Group I ran, I've decided to create a thing that is the answer to all your prayers... or an answer to some of your general financial musings - for those of you who don't pray about learning the difference between Accumulation Units in Open Ended Investment Companies versus Exchange Traded Funds.
A 6 week Mastermind Group of no more than 24 people (I'm obsessed with multiples of 12, hard to say why). Starting 6th of April
Covering in depth the following topics;
Personal Finance Management
Bonds / Commodities / Alternatives
Advanced Portfolio Management
We'll cover each topic in video format, with a call at the beginning and the end. You'll learn everything you need to know to get from 'No Idea Ned' to 'Pretty Clued-up Polly', and if there's any gaps or any specific hurdles you're coming up against, you've got the chance to deep dive into the topic and get all your questions answered. You'll be able to ask any questions during the Mastermind and get them asked in video format, those videos will be added to the end of each module too, so future Masterminders can get the benefit of your questions.
The idea is that at the end of each segment you know exactly what you could do, whether you should do it now, whether you should do it in the future, and how to actually go about doing it.
Once you've finished the Mastermind, you will join the EPIC group for a month for free.
Attend your initial call.
All of the modules are recorded and posted in the Mastermind site in case you do miss any of them.
For each session you can submit your questions and receive a video response. Maybe check the FAQ section first, but if it's not there, then fire away!
There will be homework assignments. But honestly, it's up to you if you do these or not. You'll get way more out of the programme if you do, but it's your future.
Sounds good so far and you're keen, or did you just skip to this part first? I usually do that. Skip to the cost, see if it's vaguely reasonable, and if it is I'll then read more about it.
KEEP IN MIND I generally charge £375 per hour for my consulting. So if you think this is going to be 6 sessions, anywhere from 1.5 - 2 hours, you'd need to pay me between £3,375 and £4500. But it's a group thing, so totes obvs you'll not be paying this much.
The total investment for 6 weeks of accountability, training and your very own investment plan is £1295 up front, or £495 per month.
I've tried to make this as accessible as possible for people who are in a position to be investing right now, but still make it worth my while to share over 15 years of investing experience that's helped make millions for myself and others over the years.
My general aim is to give people a 1,000% ROI on anything they spend with me. Which means a 10x return, or in this case £15,000+.
Now as it's investing, this is an easy one to manipulate to magic up any number I want. But here is a vaguely accurate / conservative illustration of what this could mean for you.
Avoid financial advisor fees (because you now know more than they do) for the next 5 years - £5,000 saving
Actually get started investing and making a return on say £25,000 for 2 years - £3,500 extra earned
Get a better return because of what you know for the next 15 years - £7,500 extra earned
TOTAL - £16,000
This number will change depending on what you've got, how daft you currently are, what dodgy schemes you're currently investing in. So it could be significantly more than this.
For example, if I can help you get into a shitty low end investment property that makes you £200 a month, and grows by only half the average growth rate over the life of your ownership... that's going to be worth around £320,000.
Will you accept a 32,000% ROI as acceptable?
PS - if all this just went over your head, you probably should sign up cos it shouldn't have done.
Sign up below... that big button that says 'Sign Me Up!'. Clue was in the name there.
The Money Masters group will run each month, starting on the first Monday. You can check the countdown timer to find out when the next one starts.
No matter when you sign up, you'll receive immediate access to some additional training to get started on.
It's not. Trust me. But if it isn't for you, you can let me know after the first session and I'll refund you in full.
I'd like to say no hard feelings, but that'd be a lie. I'll probably take it personally.
On the last intake a couple of people decided the format wasn't for them, but they enjoyed the content so much they signed up to become 1-2-1 clients instead. We all have our preferences of how we like to learn. So whatever works for you.
What if I have more questions?
Who am I, fucking Ask Jeeves?
I mean, ask away if you have any more questions. Having run this Mastermind before I'm 100% confident you'll get value from it and enjoy it.
Nah not really.
I tend to bring together a good group of people and help them learn and develop as proper full grown adults with investment portfolios and shit. It's kinda cool.
If you like my style, and want to start investing smarter, then this is a great option for you.
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