If he invests that money well, he will never have to work a day in his life.
But since I know Jeremiah, I know that he’s building a SECOND business that will be even bigger than the first!)
Now, you don’t need to be a “spring chicken” like Jeremiah…
One of my favorite students, Paul Miller, was almost 50 years old when we started working together…
Paul had broken his collarbone and was unable to work.
So he invested a few hundred dollars and decided to sell iPhone cases.
Long story short… it didn’t work out. Paul made a few mistakes with his product, and the business never took off.
Remember, you must to be willing to follow some basic directions in order to get this business off the ground.
Anyway, Paul learned a lot from that failure. And since it was easy to get a new business started, he decided to try a second time.
This time, his product was a kid’s headphone, called CozyPhones.
And right out of the gate, he had a winner.
(Sometimes your first idea won’t be the best one, but it can lead to your multi-million dollar business!)
Paul started sharing his “CozyPhones” on Facebook, and parents started buying them for his kids…
Who would have thought that kids headphones would be so popular?
That’s what happens when you “test” it out.
What happened next is that Paul’s started selling on Amazon.com and on other popular websites.
And as more people shared it and talked about it, the more the sales picked up.
When Paul started selling $10,000 per month online, he was thrilled.
“Maybe I won’t have to go find a new a job,” he thought to himself.
But it didn’t stop there… Paul’s headphones picked up to $20,000 per month… then $50,000 per month. And it kept going over the next 12 months!
Today, Paul sells more than $5 million per year of his CopyPhones kids headphones.
His goal is to sell the company one day for millions of dollars, so that he can leave a legacy for his kids and grandkids.
Can you imagine changing your entire family’s financial future with just ONE product idea?
Just think about how many times you’ve had an “idea.”
Maybe you have watched Shark Tank and thought, “I can do that…”
… or you were shopping and said, “I wish someone made EXACTLY what I wanted.”
Or you were drinking with your friends and kicking around stupidly simple ideas to quit your jobs…
OR, maybe you just decided to start looking into businesses that you could start…
Something created a spark of excitement that led you to this page…