Posted by Terry Vaughan on December 29, 2000 at 22:34:47:
The whole process you are beginning (the learning curve) is about learning to think in a different way. The conventional market players will tell you that you need money to purchase and a license to sell.
When you learn to think like a “deal maker”, you will find you don’t need money or a license, if you do it right.
In the book “Cashing In”, there is a chaper called “Selling, Before You Buy”. There is also a chapter where I show you a deal (paperwork and all) that I did in Alaska. Now keep in mind that I live in California and have never been to Alaska, never did go. Yet, I never left my office and I still made over $6,000.00, without ever having to put up a dime! All the details are in the book.
When you train yourself to think like a “deal maker”, it won’t matter wether you are doing note deals, mobile home deals or real estate deals, or baby crib deals - the principles are all the same. Only the market is different.
You must invest in your knowledge first and make the mistakes you need to make to become a “deal maker”. Once you do this (learn these skills), you will never go hungry and possibilities will appear all around you - all the time.