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Bill Gates did not invent the DOS operating system that made Microsoft a multi-billion dollar company. But he did make a legendary deal when he negotiated the purchase of the operating system for a mere $50,000.
The guy who did create DOS, Tim Paterson, built it in 4 months and was paid by Gates. Then he faded into the dustbin of business history.
And Gates was just warming up. He got a meeting with the top executives at IBM. He walked into the meeting wearing a stained t-shirt. They wore expensive pin-striped suits. He looked like a boy playing with the adults.
But underneath that boyish, nerdy exterior was a killer dealmaker.
Gates convinced IBM to install DOS in all of their PC's and made himself a small fortune right then and there. But that deal was chump-change compared to the "throwaway" request he made to the IBM bigwigs. . .
He reserved the right to sell DOS to other computer companies.
The IBM executives figured they'd throw this computer nerd a bone. (Because he was . . . "clearly" out of his league)
And the rest is history.
When you look at any of the great entrepreneurs of any era - there is a common thread that unites ALL of them - regardless of the time and place of their birth . . .
Regardless of the industry they dominated . . .
So what ties them all together?
They were all Master Deal-Makers.
And their skill at the Art of Deal-Making made all of them Rich and some of them Famous.
It's simple but not easy. Making good deals is the difference between winning and losing in any business or any venture.
It's hard to pin down exactly what deal-making is. People often ask me if it's an art or a science. The truth is - it's a bit of both. The fundamentals are scientific but the high-level aspects of deal-making are more like improvisational art. It takes boldness and creativity.
When I'm teaching deal-making, I find that illustrative examples always work best. Here are a few . . .
Don't forget: the common thread that unites all great entrepreneurs is the ability to find and close lucrative deals. Steve Jobs, Rupert Murdoch, Donald Trump, Steve Wynne, Martha Stewart - all of them are exceptional deal-makers.
They hire others to handle their day-to-day operations while they work on identifying and closing the deals that build their empire and expand their influence.
For example, Wolfgang Puck is world-class chef but there are probably a few thousand chefs that are as good as he is. Yet he's wealthier and more powerful than all of them.
Why is that?
Because Puck is a master dealmaker. He used his culinary skills along with his ability to close big deals to transition from a chef to the Head of a Culinary Empire.
Deal-making truly is the universal skill.
Deal-making is the key to financial independence. It's the key to building true wealth. It's the key to getting what you want out of the world instead of letting it take as much as it can from you.
I could go on and on . . . but here's one more example:
Robert Ringer is the author of three #1 bestsellers, two of which have been listed by The New York Times among the 15 best-selling motivational books of all time. Through his books, articles, speeches, and seminars, he has helped more people transform their aspirations and goals into reality than perhaps any other author in history.
His articles appear regularly in Early to Rise, A Voice of Sanity, WorldNetDaily, and numerous newspapers nationwide. In addition, he hosts the highly acclaimed Liberty Education Interview Series, which features interviews with top political, economic, and social leaders on the most vital issues of the day.
Ringer has appeared on numerous national television and radio shows, including Fox News, Fox Business, The Tonight Show, Today, The Dennis Miller Show, Good Morning America, The Lars Larson Show, ABC Nightline, and The Charlie Rose Show.
He has also been the subject of feature articles in such major publications as Time, People, The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Barron's, and The New York Times.
When I was a young real estate broker, a wealthy builder named Al told me that "having the best product or service in your industry doesn't guarantee success. The twin keys to making money are deal-making and marketing. And I would argue that deal-making is what makes marketing possible."
Those three sentences changed the way I saw business and the world.
I was hungry to learn how he'd made all his money so I pressed him further -
When I asked him which businesses lent themselves best to deal-making, his answer surprised me . . .
He said, "The nature of the business is irrelevant. I like to think of deal-making as a profession unto itself - the world's highest-paying profession. Things don't just fall into place by accident. A good deal-maker understands that it's his job to finesse things into place. And that's true in any kind of business."
I've taken those lessons and used them to make big bucks in real-estate, cellular telephones, newsletters, publishing, and other businesses. The fundamentals are the same no matter what you're doing.
Al's insights into deal-making proved to be the spark that catapulted me to a seven-figure income as a real estate broker when I was just 31 years old. I worked only on large apartment developments and I was very good at marketing them.
But the real reason for my success was . . .
I found makeable deals, got the owners to sign my listing agreement, and closed the deal once I had a serious buyer lined up.
Years later - I applied the same insights to become a #1 New York Times Bestselling author 3 times. And I turned the publishing world upside-down while I was at it.
But none of that would have been possible if I hadn't nailed down the fundamentals of deal-making. In fact, a good portion of the third call is devoted to how I applied my deal-making skills to the publishing world.
My name is Robert Ringer, I'm an entrepreneur, author, speaker, publisher, and internet marketer. And I've been using my deal-making skills since working with Al to make a fortune in the course of my 40-year business career.
And now I want to show you the strategies, tactics, and mental models you need to start making serious money.
I'll help you get great at deal-making quickly.
The business world is starving for great dealmakers. They're the people who change everything and build empires. Here's the problem: making big deals scares the hell out of most people. But it's the most lucrative skill you'll ever learn. It may be the only skill you'll ever need to master . . .
In fact, I'll show you how to walk into a room with the top players in your industry and have them meet you eye-to-eye, with mutual respect.
You'll meet them as a peer and partner, not as a subordinate.
I'll show you how to quickly elevate your status so that you'll never operate from a position of weakness again. Doing that never works.
It's not a secret. There is no crazy cut-throat mindset required. It's time-tested and fundamentally sound advice that will let you do deals with the giants. (and make out great doing it)
These strategies helped me earn a 7-figure income as a real-estate broker while I was in my twenties. In reality, deal-making skills are the foundation for ALL my business success.
But it goes beyond that. Deal-making is the foundation for getting ANYTHING you want. It may sound overblown - but it's true.
Feel like you're underpaid and overworked at the office? The strategies I show you will have you walking into your boss' office next Monday morning and demanding the raise you deserve. You'll discover how to plan your approach, what strategies to use, how operate from a position of power. While I can't guarantee you'll get the raise, I can guarantee that you'll increase your odds BIG TIME. You just need to implement the strategies and mindsets I'll show you.
Gary Keller, founder of Keller Williams Realty, the third largest real estate brokerage agency in the United States:
"Much of my success, both in building Keller Williams Realty and in my personal life, is based on Robert Ringer's philosophy. His understanding of what it takes to create a successful life and business are foundational concepts anyone can follow and everyone should."
Have a problem-solving invention you want to make a fortune with? Or do you want to buy a patent to protect or grow your business? Good Deal-making is the difference between securing the patent and making bushels of cash or suffering the hell of lengthy patent litigation. If you don't make the right deals early on in the life-cycle of your product, it will prove disastrous to your bottom line. This information is doubly important if you're the inventor and you want to sell or license your patent to a large corporation. (I'll show you how to turn the power-structure upside down and gain tons of leverage - even if you're just a one-man operation against a publicly-traded company.)
Did you meet a powerful Angel Investor who wants to give you the cash you need to grow your small business into a powerhouse? The stakes are even higher here and your deal-making chops even more important. If you don't negotiate well, these "sharks" can take your company from you. But if you do negotiate well, then they will see you as a valuable partner and you'll get generous terms and solid advice. The difference between heaven and hell with an Angel Investor is how well you negotiate the agreement.
Has a contractor ever taken advantage of you? Some might think that deal-making is a skill reserved only for the business-elite on Wall Street and in corporate headquarters around the world. Wrong! Some of the most predatory (and skilled) deal-makers I've met have been the guys that fix your boiler or unclog your toilets or put an addition on your house. You need to have the fundamentals of deal-making down or these blue-collar hustlers will end up cheating you out of your time and money. (Not to mention the headaches of dealing with a slick, unscrupulous contractor)
I wasn't joking when I said Deal-Making Confidence is fundamental to getting what you want out of life.
But before we go any further - I want to make sure we're right for each other:
If you're the kind of person that's terrified into total paralysis as soon as ANY risk presents itself, then this isn't for you. I'll teach you the fundamentals of deal-making better than anyone alive, but I can't cure you of your anxieties.
But if you've got some confidence - then read on. I can help.
Here's what will happen if you're ready and willing to take my counsel. . .
You'll start operating on a higher level. What do I mean? I'll teach you the skills and mindset you need to leap ahead of your peers and competitors by identifying and closing the most lucrative deals. No matter what business you're in.
These mental-models will have you reacting powerfully to opportunities as they appear.
And frankly - after listening - you'll be spotting opportunities that you never thought existed before.
Hang on, I'm getting ahead of myself.
Before we talk more about the DealMaker's Dream course, I want to give you some free information that will help you become a better deal-maker, even before you listen to my audio course.
Here are two of the most valuable lessons you'll ever learn -
It's important to remember that high-level deal-making is an art form. And like every art, the only way you'll ever get better is by practicing. Over and over again. The nice thing with deal-making is that once you reach a minimal level of competence - you'll start getting PAID to practice.
Sure beats painting and learning to play an instrument.
Dan Kennedy, legendary direct response copywriter and marketing consultant has this to say about one of Robert Ringer's works:
"...I believe [Ringer's work] had more direct, valuable influence on me than any thirty other books I've read combined...
This is a street-smart guy telling it like it is.
Success is a bare-knuckles business. Read Ringer."
But there is a small problem - (or "point") that must be mentioned and emphasized. Deal-making isn't something you can do alone. It's not something that you can simulate. You need to go out into the world and do deals.
There is no spring training, no preseason, no practice session. You can prepare for each deal - don't get me wrong - I recommend that. But you can't do deals alone.
That means that you must be willing to jump in and get your feet wet . . . which means you will face failure, rejection, embarrassment, and more.
Now, since you've read this far, I know you're not afraid to fail - and that just means your success isn't a question of "IF" but really a question of "WHEN."
That's important, you must have a willingness to fail or you'll never become a master rainmaker.
Professional deal-making is a genuine skill and must be approached in a serious, systematic manner. I'll show you how.
In other words, superficial knowledge doesn't work when it comes to deal-making. In fact, as many entrepreneurs have discovered, a little bit of knowledge can be a dangerous thing.
That's why you're going to walk away with a fundamental understanding of deal-making. It's absolutely essential that you possess an in-depth knowledge of the intricate details.
I'll show you how to sink your teeth into the deals you've identified as doable and master all the relevant details. My hard-won experience will come in handy when you learn about all the potential pitfalls and snafu's that can arise when you're negotiating and closing deals.
I don't care if you're Warren Buffet or Joe Average - one of the largest investments you'll make in your lifetime is the purchase of a house. And unfortunately, most people mess up this life-changing transaction. And it haunts them for years.
Sharp deal-making skills mean you can negotiate a lower down-payment, more generous financing terms, and get extra amenities tossed in. (Keeping the hot-tub . . . for example) The money you'll save from lower interest payments and a smaller down payment will literally pay for 10 or 20 copies of my course. (Not a paid return on your investment huh?)
You'll learn how to walk into this important transaction and be CONFIDENT and CALM with their lawyers, brokers, and your fellow principals.
Same thing holds true when you're sitting across the table from a partner at a Venture Capital firm. You need their money, and they want to see their investment grow by many multiples. You'll need to have your mindset right, your facts straight, and your Confidence must be IRON-clad. If you can walk in, look these mega-investors in the eye, give them a strong handshake, and persuade them to do business with you - you'll get the funding you need. There is nothing better than walking out with the agreement signed. (At the terms YOU want).
Heck, the same fundamentals underlie doing all sorts of everyday transactions. You want to scalp a ticket at a decent price or buy something from a street vendor in a developing nation? You better be ready to bargain and haggle well. Or else you'll miss the game and you'll overpay for worthless trinkets. You should see some of the amazing seats I've talked my way into at baseball games. (At a great price too) And my wife was delighted when I used my deal-making chops to get us awesome seats for the opera. (The "face-value" on those tickets would make you want to cry)
A number of colleagues have bugged me for years to do a live seminar on deal-making. And I've toyed with the idea but it's just too expensive. I'd have to charge at least $2,000 a person to make it work.
And a lot of folks couldn't afford that.
So instead I agreed to record an easily affordable audio series that allows me to discuss an array of deal-making strategies and techniques that I have personally used to reap huge profits. It gives me a chance to drill down into the details that make or break Big Deals.
And I'll do it in three compact hours. My goal is to teach listeners more about deal-making in three hours than they've learned in everything else they've read or heard on the subject combined.
Now, a Dealmaker's Dream is a 3-Part Audio Course that is the best Deal-making education on the planet. And most importantly - I teach from experience.
For the last 30-years I've been taking notes about my journey from broke real-estate broker to a highly respected (and wealthy) "deal-maker."
I've made mistakes, learned valuable lessons from them, and discovered the best way to handle every part of the deal-making process.
Here's a taste of what you'll discover:
If you're ready to make a leap into the next echelon of entrepreneurs and business owners, then you need to pick up this audio course. Being a great deal-maker is the difference between slaving away for the scraps of others and taking as much as you'd like for yourself.
It's the difference between business freedom and servitude.
It's the difference between making serious, take your breath away money and making an "average" salary.
Here's more valuable information you'll learn:
I've always been a teacher at heart, so I admit that I get a big kick out of teaching the art of deal-making to serious entrepreneurs. I can tell you this for sure: Deal-making is a learned skill, and it's something that everyone (including me) can always improve on.
It's not about trickery or cunning or cleverness ... it's not about playing hardball ... it's not about grabbing all the chips off the table and leaving the other guy empty-handed.
It's about maneuvering your way through the minefields of the deal-making world and finding the most makeable and profitable deals, laying the groundwork for projecting a strong posture, negotiating the best terms possible, and making sure that you don't walk away empty-handed.
So if you're serious about becoming a successful entrepreneur then you need to learn (and master) the skill of deal-making. In fact, it's impossible to become mega-successful without mastering the ability to identify and close lucrative deals.
Today, I am absolutely convinced that deal-making is the highest-paying profession in the world - by far. And further convinced that there is no such thing as a successful, non-deal-making entrepreneur. In fact, it's an oxymoron.
So I urge you to take advantage of my special offer and pick up a copy of A DealMaker's Dream right now.
The long discussion above will give you the confidence I have when making a deal.
In fact, I'm so confident in a DealMaker's Dream that I'm willing to take all of the risk away from you.
If you're not more confident after listening and applying the strategies you'll learn in A DealMaker's Dream after you listen to it and apply the strategies, I insist that you send me a quick email and demand a refund. You'll have 60 days to evaluate the audio course and put my strategies into practice. And I bet those strategies will form the foundation for life-long success in business. That will give you plenty of time to practice a few of the tips you'll learn . . . even if it's just in your next meeting with co-workers.
So there is no risk for you. Pick up a copy of the audio-course today
PLUS: Special bonus if you act today . . .
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