Re: Mr. Garcia - cheaper workshops? - Posted by Ed Garcia
Posted by Ed Garcia on June 08, 2006 at 09:14:06:
I?m sorry to say that you?re right my workshop is expensive and not for everybody.
I?m not going to give you that old cliché, ?you get what you pay for?, because that may or may not be applicable depending on the student. We?ve tried to price our workshop to be competitive price wise in the industry. At the same token I personally mentor the investors for 6 months.
From what I?ve heard about other seminars that teach financing, is they don?t really teach you financing at all, but just bring you in to set you up to do your financing and hopefully joint venture with you or teach you how to get hard money lenders.
Jason, If you go to Ron Lagrand, Russ Whitney, or Robert Kiyosaki, they would hire a mentor with 5 years experience or there about. That works fine for newbie?s but most of my students would know more then their mentors.
My answer is financing is not a one size fits all. Every investor has different financial circumstances. When you attend most seminars they teach a method, system, or technique and everybody learns the same. But you can?t do that with financing, because if you did, your teaching would work for some and not for others. Therefore I work with individuals and tailor the teaching to their individual circumstances and needs.
Since all of my students are already doing deals, I know that if I show them how to get the money, they?ll make the cost of the course back in their next deal.