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Speaker 1 (00:01):

Hey, good evening. Good evening. Good evening. Good evening, Peter. [inaudible] here. Work. Welcome. Welcome. It’s partner-driven live. That means it must be Tuesday night. This is what we’ve been doing for gosh, forever and ever. We’ve been, uh, we’ve been on these Tuesday night calls cause we’ve found over period of time. These are kind of the gateways of how people find out about us, how people stay motivated with us, what people do in terms of working with us. So, um, I’m excited to be here. We’ll be getting started in just a little bit. Uh, actually just getting in like literally getting in about 10 minutes ago. Talk about that here in just a minute, but uh, Hey, let me, let me know where you’re calling in from or dialing in from or zooming in from. Uh, I’d love to know, you know, I think by now it is without a doubt, we probably, I know we’ve hit every single state, um, along the way.

Speaker 1 (01:02):

So wherever you’re calling in from zooming in, from listening from let me know, it’s always, uh, makes it more exciting. Uh, from this side what’s up, Brad, Brad, we need to give you the, um, the most loyal follower individual award. Not only are you always here, you’re like the first one to be here. So glad to see you, Brad from Marietta, just right up the road from here. Hi Pam. Um, so let me know where you’re calling in from wherever it is. It’s sunny. Cause it’s like in Atlanta right now and I just literally crank my AC on to like 68. It is like summertime here in Atlanta, literally summertime it’s like in the eighties today. So, um, we have Maryland in a house. We have Texas in the house. Uh, what’s up. Oh, Atlanta, somebody else from the plasma of Italia. How are you?

Speaker 1 (02:08):

Um, good to see you guys. So yeah, hopefully wherever you are. And I think by now probably most of the states should be warm. Um, so hopefully you’re experiencing good warm weather, wherever that, uh, uh, that is all right. We’re going to begin starting here just a minute or two again, my name is Peter [inaudible]. We’re going to be talking, uh, we’re going to be talking about some big picture stuff tonight. You know, tonight is a little somewhat teaching, but it’s teaching at a high level. You know, it’s teaching not to, I’m not going to just talk about techniques or strategies tonight. Um, I’m going to teach on teach at a very high level. Um, something that even for some reason, you’re not real estate, uh, you may be, you may have some other businesses going, um, you may be involved in some other ventures or if you’re just looking to Excel, whatever it is you you’re involved in.

Speaker 1 (03:10):

Um, that’s the kind of level we’re going to be talking about tonight. So I’m glad you’re here, starting here and just a minute or two, let people dial in, zoom in, sit in again. Um, um, let me know where Pennsylvania in the house, Alabama, uh, Massachusetts, what’s up. Uh, Karen and Carl, very, very loyal partners. Amazing Juanita from Paris, Texas. I don’t know. I don’t think I’ve ever seen, uh, or heard of Paris, Texas. I must be some kind of a smaller city. Uh, what’s up bill? Uh, how are you? My friend, uh, St. Croix us Virgin islands. Wow. Hey Doug. I can’t remember if we’ve ever had someone else from St. Croix and us Virgin islands. So super cool that you’re here.

Speaker 1 (04:11):

What’s up. Jumari tamari must be in the house too. All right guys, settle in. I asked some good stuff for you tonight. Really high level strategies, really high level things that no matter what walk of life you’re coming from, no matter how what’s your path to success. I mean, obviously here in real it’s, it’s, you know, the one thing we all have in common, it’s very, very, uh, real estate driven. Uh, but, um, no matter what your pathway is, this is, uh, some really, really, really amazing stuff, uh, and really needed stuff that I’m going to talk to you guys about at a very, very high, uh, high level. What’s up Glenn, what’s up Michael, uh, Dallas. Um, all right. All right, well, let’s go ahead and let’s go ahead and get rolling again for those of you that may not know me. My name is Peter Beck.

Speaker 1 (05:13):

Suleman, um, with partner-driven I am a real estate investor, you know, when people ask me, you know, who do you, who are you? And what do you do? Uh, again, I, the name is Peter Beckman. What I do is I invest in real estate, have been doing it for well over two decades. I did it very successfully at times, did it very unsuccessfully at other times, you know, I’m not one of those kid wonders that just has a, you know, from zero to hero. And I never looked back, uh, very differently, even when I did, uh, get to some very, very high stages in real estate. I found my way back to very, very low stages in real estate. So I’ve literally written the markets I’ve written the ups, I’ve written the downs, um, but along the way, and along the way, uh, done of real estate deals, but really, really what I did is I gained a lot of experience along the way.

Speaker 1 (06:04):

Okay, I’ve gained a tremendous amount experience. I’ve started really, really zeroing in the things that do work in real estate and zeroed in on things that do not work in real estate. And, uh, was those trials and tribulations, you know, what came and went. Um, I really started understanding how to really do it at a very high level, um, to the level where, you know, you hear people talk about, well, in real estate, it’s all about, you know, how many opportunities do you get, how many opportunities you get. And that is very true, you know, um, how many, uh, motivated seller transactions are you doing or connecting with? And those are all very important mile markers and, um, got my real estate investment business to a point where there were days I’m not exaggerating here at all. They were days were taking almost a thousand inbound seller calls a day.

Speaker 1 (07:00):

Okay. So you can imagine. And so we were really rocking and rolling, but just like, you know, when I shared a story, I always tell them I kind of pivot at this point because I always tell people, you know, to someone brand new or someone just getting started a thousand seller calls sometimes seems like, oh my gosh. That’s like, if I ever get there, I mean, that’s it, I’m, I’ll be tapped out. I’ll be so happy. I’ll be inspired, but I’m telling you, that’s not how success works. Success works. That when you hit the one Le level, you always look at the next level and, and, and psych, you know, you always, the way I like to say it is like, you think you’re a player too. You meet a player. Right? And so even in those days, when we were taking all the overabundance of a motivated seller calls, um, I even back then was trying to figure out how do I get to even the next level?

Speaker 1 (07:47):

And there comes a time, even in real estate, it’s hard to believe for a lot of people, but it does come a time where you start tapping things out. Like you tap out, uh, let’s see, you could tap out your financial resources. We all know that you could tap out your mental, like you only know, certainly tap out those. Uh, but the one thing I was really beginning to tap out in those levels, um, is the quantity of deals that we could do. So we were tapping out of our, uh, locations, the geography in which we were doing this business in, you know, we had like, you know, I, I hate to say the word saturated, you can’t saturate anything, but to really get to the, uh, that next level, not a thousand, but 2000, we had to, had to get beyond, uh, our own internal borders.

Speaker 1 (08:33):

And so this is where a number of years ago, this idea came along of why not start partnering w why not start partnering with everyday people across the United States, and literally enabling them to close real estate deals. And in return, in return for us helping them close the deals, we would take a profit split, a literally a 50, 50 profit split. And if you think about it, and I think about this, like, you know, when you think about real estate, like, would you just like meet a guy somewhere across the country, no matter how much money you have, but just go ahead and give him that money to do a deal with the answer’s like, no, that is like one of the things you do not do in real estate. You don’t just like throw money against the wall and figure it out. But I’ll be honest with you.

Speaker 1 (09:17):

That’s exactly what we did in the beginning. And in the beginning, the partner driven model was not by any means anywhere to success. It is today. We made a lot of mistakes in the beginning. Uh, I personally lost a lot of money as we kind of pivoted towards a partner driven model. And the biggest reason for that was really, you know, you would want to, you know, kind of, I would kind of want to say, well, there’s the local partner is a local partner, but that’s not a right way interpreted what happened in the beginning in our partner model. Um, it was really on us. Yes, it was the local partner, a lot of times making the mistake, but it was not, it was us not really providing the right infrastructure, the right resources, the right support, the right coaching, the right lead gen. You know, as a matter of fact in the beginning, we almost did none of that.

Speaker 1 (10:03):

We just kind of assumed that heck there’s gotta be some sharp people out there. And, you know, we’ll kind of let them make a lot of decisions. And again, I don’t necessarily talk about this all the time, but I do want to share that tonight that in the beginning, the partner model was not the, you know, this incredibly successful model that it is today. A matter of fact, the first year we ran it, I lost money in the whole deal. You know, none of my partners did because that’s part of being a partner, is that even when things go bad, you don’t have to, I absorb all the losses. So, um, that’s really how it happened and what happened. But over a period of time, here’s one thing that also happened. We knew, we knew the partner driven model worked. We just realized we weren’t working at the right way.

Speaker 1 (10:50):

And by the way, that’s a problem that almost all newbies get in the real estate, right? It’s, you know, real estate works. Nobody can ever get in real estate and they’ve done work that argument’s like long gone, right? That’s been, that’s been covered years and years and decades ago. So nobody could make an argument that real estate doesn’t work. The only argument anybody could really make is how do I make it work for me? And so when I found myself, you know, a number of years ago with the initial inception of partner driven model, I did what I did decades ago when I was a newbie. And I got in the business and did a disastrous launch. I’ve never blamed real estate, right. I just said, well, I’ve got to figure this thing out. And it’s worthy of figuring out. And so as the partner driven model, and we did figure it out, we figured it out.

Speaker 1 (11:35):

Then now, if I bring all that whole partner driven model to where we are today, where we are today is a perfect text that literally I got here five minutes ago. And this is where the partner driven model is today. I get a text from Laura and Laura handles a, a lot of our back office. She takes the lead there. So for support for our local partners across the nation. And Laura literally just texted me. I don’t know if you guys can see this. Uh, but she said, Mike Jones just sent in his first signed deal. Fantastic for Mike. That’s our first, that’s our partner with this first deal. But here’s the second sentence is the rock one. The second sentence says that’s four deals today. And that’s what a partner driven model is today from where it was. And that’s an initial inception of not really doing too well to where we are now, years down the road, where absolutely knocking it all at the ballpark, just absolutely killing it and excited to do this.

Speaker 1 (12:31):

I mean, I could tell you, I was always excited about real estate, but this is a totally different dimension, uh, of real estate. We now literally partner with people and we don’t have assets and excuse the language because that’s kind of how we did it when we started, we kind of half-assed it. We didn’t have, we had too many holes, not enough crewmen on the ship. Uh, but now we’re just killing it. Absolutely killing it with how we’re putting it together. Because now we could honestly tell people that we literally do provide all the pillars that are needed for the local partner to close deals with, for instance, um, we do what I’m going to do here in a couple of minutes, we coach him and we educate them. Uh, I can tell you almost across the board when people, uh, ultimately quit this business, they rarely quit it because they’re doing deals.

Speaker 1 (13:19):

They’re rarely do it because they’re knocking out of the ballpark. They rarely do it when they’re making a ton of money. They always do it in those initial stages. So they don’t know enough. Okay. That is like one of the key killers. So we are committed and we do, uh, provide over the top coaching, mentoring support for our partners. The second thing that’s needed that we provide to our partners is back office support. You know, again, you hear me talk about it all the time. Real estate is not a business that anybody gets into and that, and they’re thinking like, wow, I’m glad I’m here. Let me hit some paperwork or give me some files to process, right? Or like, man, let’s do some title searches and clean some titles, or let’s take it through a probate. Okay. Or nobody gets in for that. That is like the most unsexy part of real estate.

Speaker 1 (14:06):

But I will tell you, because I’ve done thousands of deals that is a do or die side of this business. Okay. And I could tell you almost, almost never in the initial stages, do initial investors have the back office set up and I could tell you even some investors that do it to some kind of scale, um, they can never match the kind of back office support that we have. So that’s the second thing is we provide is we provide back office support for our partners. The next thing we all know what it’s all about, right? It’s about finding deals. We it’s finding deals. And that is another huge category that you can go down a very deep black hole and never resurface, right? Chasing after the wrong sources, dealing with the wrong deals, not understanding who to get deals from or not get deals from.

Speaker 1 (14:53):

I mean, it’s, it could be a disaster in the making, right? So not only do we help our partners with lead gen, but we actually provide them, um, a tool called deal engine. And that tool literally helps them identify motivated sellers. And remember, it’s not about sellers in real estate, it’s about motivated sellers. So we go to the level that we actually provide our partners tools that help them generate motivated sellers right in their marketplace. Uh, the next thing is it’s money, right? You gotta know you gotta have money in this business, whether it’s earnest money down payment, money, money to buy the properties, money, to carry the properties, money to fix the properties. Well, that’s the other thing we do here at partner-driven or sometimes even just for double closing, you need money, right? Because the way things used to be structured, where you could do things just with one seamless closing with no money needed, at least for that initial funding, to be able to sell it off right away as needed, we provide all of that money.

Speaker 1 (15:48):

So all that money is on us. The next thing I do is very critical. Another thing that almost no one thinks about, but very, very important. Um, I assumed a lot, all the liability. Okay. Because as much as I’m sitting here and telling you that we are now rocking on all cylinders and we are, you could, it’s like, you know, it’s like a race car driver, the best drivers in the world still crash. Okay. If you don’t believe me, go watch any NASCAR or formula one race. Okay. Mistakes happen at any level. And they happen at this level too. And so the other thing is I take away all the liability. Anything ever goes wrong, it’s on me. Okay. And the final stage that we provide for our partners is in the dispositional or sale of the property. You know, whether we’re doing a quick turn or, uh, you may be fix and flip, we basically sell them.

Speaker 1 (16:34):

We split the profits down the middle and that’s the partner driven model. And so if you’re a partner with here tonight with us tonight, we’re glad you’re here. This is another way for you to reconnect with us, with myself, kind of, for me to do some more teaching as I’m going to do here in a couple of minutes for a couple of minutes. Uh, and so if you’re a partner that’s, super-duper, that is really, really cool by the way, even, even our partners have the ability to level up now. Okay. Uh, our partners now have the ability to level up to go to what we’ll call the partner, driven max and partner doing max. We take partner-driven, which has already, you know, hot on fire. And we level it up to that next level. Right. And how we do that, um, is we replicate literally in that model, what I did in my model.

Speaker 1 (17:17):

Okay. Uh, when I got not, when I got started, but when I really, really got to extremely high levels, you know, I brought a person on board, her name’s Julian use. And if you’re at all know anything about partner-driven, you know, Julie very well. And over a period of time, Julie grew through the organization and ultimately started running the whole organization. She became my CEO. She did in my hiring, my firing she’d built out all the infrastructure. So the partner driven max is a level up of partner driven. It’s where Julie literally becomes your CEO. She becomes, you know, she hires the people for you. She builds out the infrastructure out. I mean, that’s like serious level. Um, and so some people, you know, when they start with us are like, um, I need to level up immediately. Some people start with us at partner-driven and then like, Hey, I’m leveling up now.

Speaker 1 (18:03):

And so, um, I’m going to give you an opportunity for anyone who’s interested in going to those next levels. Uh, when I’m done here in a couple of minutes, I’m going to give you a phone number. You could call, we have some very special team members on standby tonight. We’ll kind of show you if those that level up level and what that looks like and all that. And, and talk about leveling up. We ourselves here leveled up at partner-driven because remember one of the key things is why people love us is that you’re utilizing our money. Our funds on short-term closes, long-term closes all that, but now we actually found a third party that will actually give you the money to start with partner driven. And that is us internally leveling up, always making what we do possible to as many people as possible. So if you qualify some very basic requirements, we actually have a third-party source that will give you the money to get started with either partner driven or a partner driven live.

Speaker 1 (18:55):

Um, and so that’ll be really cool. And again, when I’m done here talking a couple of minutes, I’m going to give you an opportunity if you’re like, okay, let’s go to the next level. Uh, I want to do that, but the big picture, what I want to talk to you guys about tonight is what I have been doing for the last 14 days. For the last 14 days I have spent, um, gosh, two or three of them, right back here, I’m in my Atlanta, uh, place tonight. Uh, but what I have been doing is I had been doing some very basic, basic, but what are most powerful things that I, as an investor could do that use investor can do? And I’ve been literally Trump trotting across United States. Um, and I’ve been networking and networking. I’ve been meeting people. I’ve been meeting people, very heavyweights.

Speaker 1 (19:38):

I was just with Robert Allen and you put anybody in those real estate. You know, I was with Robert Allen. I was with Russ [inaudible], Russ, Whitney, uh, rah, rah, I forgot his name. Uh, also run the grant. I mean, these are giants. Uh, I was just networking with them. Um, and probably another nobody’s 14 days I’ve I’ve easily met probably about a hundred, a hundred industry experts as it relates to this real estate business. And I can tell you my business today, 14, just 14 days. I mean, I’m taking, we’re taking 14 days out of a 22 plus year career. My business today is different than it would look 22 years ago. Okay. Um, it’s better today. 14 days later, it is stronger today. Um, it is more profitable today. Why? Because there’s things that people know around you that you don’t know. There’s things that there’s some things that you actually even do know that people around, you know, better, but more importantly know how to get them quicker.

Speaker 1 (20:47):

You know, I very rarely like if you look at my whole real estate career, very few things, I can’t, you know, I don’t think I can pinpoint to anything that I could say, see this whole thing. I’m a, like, I figured that out myself, I mean, this is a over a two decade career and I can’t lay claim to too many things. That’s pretty crazy, right? Like how can you exist for 22 years as a sole business owner? Right. And not like, figure something out. We figured it out a lot of things actually, but not as a result of, because I was so smart or anyone around here was such a genius. You know, I learned long time ago. It’s all about the correct alignment. You know, I learned a long time ago that it’s not what I know, but who I know. And, and I could tell you almost no.

Speaker 1 (21:36):

Now think about now, I’m going to tell you something else. Now. Now, if I know if you guys were unscreened today and I asked you to raise your hand, if anyone had ever heard of Robert Allen, the original, no money down dude, or Russ, Whitney build a billion dollar real estate empire, or Ralph, the roofs, you know, another legend in this business or wrong. The grant. Like if any guys have really figured this stuff out, it’s those guys, like, they figure stuff out. You know, you can’t like when you hear like behind the closed doors, the stuff I heard of what they’re doing and what they’ve done, you’re like, okay, legend here. You know, here’s your stamp. They’re still networking, like all flying around the country, meeting people like that. Um, why? Cause it was critical. And I could tell you the most amazing thing is this.

Speaker 1 (22:22):

And by the way, this is, I’m going to tell you something. This is how life works. Life works in reverse like proportions. And this is why many times the broke stay broke and the successful getting more successful. Here’s what I mean by that. The person that needs this the most like the person that needs the networking the most is the person, at least doing it like across the board. I could tell you that to be a fact, it’s the person that hasn’t closed his first deal. It’s the person that, that hasn’t gotten to financially where they want to be. It’s the person that, you know, like could benefit from it. The most, that is the person that does it, the least, but it’s someone who’s already very well equipped, very well networked. Also, by the way, very financially set, very like model driven. They’re the ones doing it the most.

Speaker 1 (23:12):

And that’s, by the way, I could tell you, that’s how it works with almost every single habit of successful person as the post of the broke person. The broke person tends to hold on, hang on just long enough to put their bad habits. Right. Let me just see what else I could squeeze out of like my bad habits and not switch to the good ones. Okay. But networking has gotten me every technique, every strategy, like what I mean by that is like every technique that I have done in real estate, every strategy I’ve done in real estate, every type of deal I’ve ever done in real estate. Like, you know, I’ve done, I’ve done houses, I’ve done apartments. I’ve done, uh, land, I’ve done subdivision, subdividing, uh, you know, some commercial. I can’t sit here and ever tell you that, you know what? I went on YouTube.

Speaker 1 (24:04):

I watched the, a YouTube video of how to submit subdivide land and then flip out, you know, stuff to builders. No, I mean, and I’m not say by the way, I’m not saying some of these things, you can’t do yourself. I’m just telling you from experience. Every one of those techniques, every one of those strategies, every one of those situations was firmly because I was always committed to the act of networking. You know, I think the act of networking is literally the quickest way to go from a to Z. Now here’s what does happen a lot of times in this business, I’ll tell you if you’re saved, this makes sense to you. A lot of times we’re network we’re, we’re, um, we’re driven to do our networking by the strategy we do. Right. So let’s see if this makes sense to you. Let’s say you’re out there and you’re trying to wholesale properties, right?

Speaker 1 (24:56):

What kind of networking you’re doing? You’re doing that, oh, I need a buyers list. I need a buyers list. Right? That’s the networking. Cause you’re like, well, if I do this technique and strategy, I got to a buyers list. So I better go out there, peak the payment and I’m going to put together a buyers list. Right. Um, so a lot of times the networking that people do is very limited, you know, because they’re literally think, okay, I got one situation here. I got one technique. I got got one strategy. And so I’m going to be very linear focus. Whereas I knew from the very beginning, that’s not what networking is all about. Yes. Buyers will come out of the network you built, you know, sometimes it’s called cash buyers list, right. I’m sure all of you guys have heard about them. And by the way, out of those lists, everything that I’m sharing with you tonight, the techniques, the strategies, the situations that I’ve been able to, the holes that I’ve been pulled out of, because I, my, my stupid, but putting myself in those holes, all of that came as a result of my networking.

Speaker 1 (25:57):

Interestingly enough, it actually came out of what most of us here know as the buyers list, like the cash buyers list. But many years ago, many years ago, someone very successful looked told me. So Pete do not look at that as a cash buyers list. Look at that as your everything list. And so here’s how, like, for instance, I mean, you have some ideas how this worked for me in the very beginning, I would let’s say, uh, uh, I would put a deal together. Right.

Speaker 1 (26:32):

And I was broke. Right. Um, and so I, you know, it was a decent deal. Had no money had no credibility, couldn’t even get any hard money. You know, people to believe in what I was doing, guess where I got my money from, I would go right to this list, my cash buyers list, as we all know it. And I’d send an email and I’d say something like this, I’d say, hi, you know, I got a property on this neighborhood, you know, three beds, two baths, you know, I, you know, picked it up for 50 K needs, another 20 to fix. And, you know, we could sell it all day long for, let’s say one 20, guess what would happen? And the next hour I get people responding back and they would say something like, Hey, I’m in, or, Hey, I need more information, but I can handle it if it’s the right kind of, you know, those are the right numbers.

Speaker 1 (27:19):

And so interestingly enough, the money that I started raising at the very, oh, one of the things I’m sidetracking, this is important last 14 days across the United States and networking I’m here today, which is Tuesday and Wednesday and Thursday, Friday, we’re meeting some people at my lake house, which is a send an hour and a half down the road from here and on Sunday, back in a plane flying to Phoenix to do another three days of networking next week. That’s how important, what I’m telling you is at my level. And I’m not saying like I’m anything beyond any one of you guys, but I’m just telling you the more successful I get, the more I fall back on the basics. So it’s back to my story. Or, or let’s say I, uh, I wanted to learn a technique or strategy. I would just send like an email to my list and I would just kind of, um, just get a little interactive with it.

Speaker 1 (28:10):

Hey, I’m looking to do this kind of a transaction. If you’ve got any experience, let me know. And I’ll cut you in just if you would be willing to kind of hold my hand all the way through the process, um, or, or let’s say there was an area that I was like, totally like totally, totally, totally confused about, right? Like a geographical area. Like I couldn’t figure it out anything. And there’s been times where like, geography was the stomping point for me. I can figure the city out. Guess what I would do. I would send an email right. To my cash buyers list, but it’s not my cash buyers list. That’s the networking everything list, right? And I’d say, Hey, you’re looking to do a deal and making, you know, and I don’t understand the market, but I tell you what I think I may be sitting on something here.

Speaker 1 (28:53):

If you’re willing to walk me through the main kid market, I’ll cut you in a little bit on the deal. And I could tell you everything, the money raises, I’ve done small ones, big ones, techniques that I’ve veered into, you know, that some, some of them took years, right? Because they were such great techniques. Some of them were very short-term techniques. All of that, all of that came from the, my ability and understanding the ability of network, but then take it to the next level. Not just my ability to network, but my ability to build relationships out of those networks. Right. You know, sometimes people literally think, okay, well, I guess I just got to put together a bunch of names and a bunch of numbers or a bunch of emails. And then I guess I’ll just start emailing them. And I’m just telling you, that’s not how this works.

Speaker 1 (29:38):

Okay. And especially in today’s marketplace. Right. Think about was the last time you answered a, uh, a totally random email of somebody who got your information from God knows who, and you much less even opened it. And if you did open respond to it, or number three, that that email was like trying to solicit you about something, then they have to be real estate related. It’s like it ain’t happening to these marketplace. Right. Cause we’re too inundated with stuff. So the key to networking, yes, it is to develop the database as it is to develop the list. But the key component of that is you have to take it to the next level. You have to build a relationship with that list. Right. It’s all about relationship building. Like the trip I was just off of, right. The trip I was just came off of.

Speaker 1 (30:22):

I knew almost all the guys, you know, the a hundred guys or so that, you know, kind of, I visited in the last 14 days through various masterminds and meetings. Sure. There were some new people there, but I tended to know almost all of them. So what does that give me the ability to do it gives me the ability to have more impact on them and them on me. Right. So I’ll take this as crazy thing. It’s it’s it sounds crazy, but I swore I did it, but this is the power of a network. So, uh, th three or four days ago, I was in a, in a small mastermind. All right. And they were doing a charity race and the charity raise was for the blind. And, um, and, uh, the, the slave trades, they have like these third world countries with kids, right.

Speaker 1 (31:13):

So it was like a Burma. They were doing a charity race. But let me just tell you the power of a network, they’re doing a charity race. And you know, like with anything else that you try to kind of put value on it, you know, Hey, I’ll give somebody 500 bucks, but I’ll give you 500 bucks. Maybe even more, if you give me some value. So as they do this charity rate, raise three, things happen. One, one, the most prolific, uh, uh, affiliate marketing guy. And if you don’t know what affiliate marketing is, affiliate marketing is when you kind of do marketing with other people, they kind of endorse your products. And it’s a very viable thing. And it’s something that we do. And so, but most, one of the most productive, you know, probably the most prolific affiliate duty, it stands up and says, tell you, what I’ll you give me a service or a product, and I’ll do a whole product launch for you.

Speaker 1 (32:11):

Number two, one of the most prolific social, uh, social marketing guys stands up. He says, I’ll tell you what to bid this thing up. I’ll work with your social marketing team for a year. And I’ve known of this guy. Look, the first guy’s first name is Tim. I’ve known Tim for 20 years. Second guy’s name is Chris. The social media guy. I’ve known Chris for a while because I’ve made a big move to social media. Now watch this. This is how important the, the power of the network is. Um, and then, uh, Robert Helen stands up and if you’re nobody’s about real estate, everybody knows Robin out. He’s the granddaddy, Robert easily, the most books sold and all this and Robert Allen stands up. He says, I’ll tell you what, I’ll write a foreword to your book and I’ll help you write the book. Okay? So Robert, Allen’s going to do the foreword to the book and help you write it.

Speaker 1 (33:11):

Tim is going to do a product launch. And Chris is going to work with the social media team for a year. Um, so they build up value and they looked at someone in the crowd. They said, what do you think we should start? The bidding off. Somebody says 15,000, right away, 15,000 hand goes up. Somebody goes 16,000. The power of network. Somebody goes 17,000 and I was upfront. So I tapped the guys that are running the auction. I said, $50,000, 50 within five seconds, somebody says 55. I say 60, 65, 70, 75, 80. This has happened like in real time, we’re going up by 5 85, 90, 95, a hundred, 105. We went up to 137,000 and I put a stop to the bid, not, not to the bidding, but to the auction. I said, watch this. Here’s what we’re going to do here. We want everybody to win. Um, 1 37, Shawn’s at 1 37.

Speaker 1 (34:25):

This is 137,000. By the way, it’s not about 1300. I said, I’m 130, 7,000. Sean’s 130, 7,000. Let’s do a win, win, win. And here’s the windlass. I said, we’re not going to go. We’re not going to, we’re going to stop the bidding. And all three of you guys are gonna work with Sean for a year. And all three guys are gonna work with me for a year and Sean’s going to pay 1 37, 5, and I’m going to pay 1 37, 5. I wouldn’t. Shawn wins most important to charities instead of only getting a hundred thirty seven five. They now got 260,000 the power of the network because I network with all these guys. I knew the value 137 is a no-brainer for me. I wrote the check right there. It was like, this is like, this is like buying something worth a thousand and paying 10 bucks for it. But that’s the power of a network.

Speaker 1 (35:20):

See if I did not know who those three players were, I might’ve been the guy that was only willing to pay $15,000 in may and miss the incredible things that are going to take place in our world with all these three icons and giants. It’s not what you know, it’s who, you know, and it’s who you play with. That’s all it is. It’s what sandbox are you in? Are you in the sandbox where the people around you are knocking out of the ballpark, making, you know, $30, $50, a hundred dollars an hour, or you’re in the sandbox, but the guys that are epic and that are legends. Now you gotta be smart about this, right? A lot of, you know, some of you might not be able to show up in a, in a room like that and be known by everyone. That’s okay. But there’s always the next level, right?

Speaker 1 (36:16):

There’s always the next level where like level up, step up, go to the guy. You know, if, if it’s not the next level of you doing zero deals and the guy doing a thousand deals, that’s not next level, next level is you’re doing zero deals. And if you really want to get close to somebody, once you find somebody that’s done at least like maybe two to 20 deals, that’s just leveling up leveling up. Right? And by the way, all this to say, I think every one of you, who’s part of the partnership and family. You have this incredible opportunity.

Speaker 1 (36:50):

I’m here. I’ve done thousands of these Julie, the infrastructure team. This is like your ultimate ability to network. This is all your ultimate ability to level up. So here’s what I have to say. If what I said today, you’re like, I w I I’m out. I don’t understand what the heck this guy’s yapping about. Then you’re probably not yet ready to miss LIS listen and hear the message. But if what I said today made sense, then I challenge you to begin doing it immediately. And if you already are doing it, I’m challenging you to do to the next level. So like, if you’re part of the partner driven team, right? One of ways need to be leveling up was through, let’s say our Facebook community. I’m always challenge you. There go, let’s go to the next level. Let’s be accountable. Whether that’s all very, a huge part of networking is the accountability factor that comes with it. Another way to level up. Guess what? June 26th, June 27th, we’ve got a live event. I’m going to hang with those that are coming for two and a half days. Two dates with 26 and 27.

Speaker 1 (38:05):

Julie will hang every single support staff team will be there all the way from Kristen. Who’s helping me put the show on tonight to the people behind her, to Laura, to Mary, who runs the whole back office to [inaudible] to Roflik who runs our whole backend marketing side. That’s a pretty cool place to like level up, right, by the way, uh, if somebody could put in chat the link to the, um, to, but if you just go to the partner driven, live.com, just if that link is not available, all you have to do is go to partner driven, live.com. And for 97 bucks, you got the ability to network with us. You don’t have to like, you know, you don’t have to pay 137,000 is what I’m saying. Okay. Um, but for nice seven bucks, you could do that. But whether you do that, or you don’t do that, whether you join the partner driven world of us, partnering with UDL and doing deals, or you don’t, I will tell you this whole concept of leveling up by connecting and networking with people.

Speaker 1 (39:10):

Who’ve gone a little bit ahead of you, or maybe even a lot ahead of you and that you, they can get interested on you. That happens to, you know, you know how to get interest of somebody. Who’s not just the next level up, but like five levels up, you know, how you get interest their interest, ask them how you could help them. Just ask them, Hey, what can I, what can I, I, in the beginning, when I really didn’t have anything to offer to the bit next level up guy, I would just say, Hey, Bob, we’re paid Barton. Barton became a huge mentor of mine. I had nothing. I could offer Barton except except myself. So I’d say, Barton, what do you need done? You got all these projects. What do you need? Well, I need this stuff handled on this side and I’d go and I’d go do everything a Barton needed.

Speaker 1 (39:54):

But in turn, in, turn in turn, Barton allowed me to level up a little bit, taught me stuff. You know, I started running around with him. So that’s how you level up to the next couple levels. I guys, I think you’d get it level up network critical. So if you’re a partner here tonight and you’re ready to level up and go to that next level, the partner driven max, where Julie steps it up and becomes literally, literally becomes your CEO, starts hiring people for you, uh, training them, you know, all that kind of incredible stuff. Uh, or you’re not at that. Maybe you’re not, maybe you’re just happy where with at no problem there, but maybe you’re either looking to, just to get started with partner-driven. You know, you like, you’ve been talking to a team member, you kind of, you understand what it’s all about.

Speaker 1 (40:42):

Maybe you just needed to hear the right message. Um, or maybe you were ready to go like straight the partner driven max. For those people. We have a couple of team members on standby tonight. If somebody could put their phone numbers in a chat, I know it was texted to me. I find it. Oh, it’s 7, 7 0 7 4 6 8 5 8 5 that’s 7, 7 0 7 4 6 8 5 8 5. But that’s, if you’re ready to like, okay, I got enough. I know enough. I’m ready to partner. I’m ready to do deals. I’ve been talking to some people here. Ready? Let’s go. It’s time to level up. Cause I’m going to tell you one thing, guys, this was said very pointedly to me this week, they will come a time and they weren’t talking about networking, but they were talking with someone else. They said they will come a time where you won’t have any enough time to level up.

Speaker 1 (41:29):

Right. There will come a time in all of our lives where we won’t be able to level up anymore. Okay. So while you still can, I challenge you to do it. I challenge you to level up. I challenge you to do some networking. I challenge you to start learning and gaining experience of others and get to those next levels. So guys, that’s all I got for you tonight. Again, my name is Peter Beck. Suleman it’s the partner driven model. So on behalf of myself and be really ill, the team here that makes all this possible, I just kind of show up. Um, I want to thank you. I hope you learned some stuff to light and I hope you will understand how to quickest way to the next level is through other people’s times and efforts. All right guys, be back here. Same time, same place next week. Bye.