“If someone offers you an amazing opportunity and you’re not sure you can do it, say yes-then learn how to do it later.”
-Richard Branson, entrepreneur (net worth $4.4 billion)
If I gave you a million dollars to read a book, we both know you’d buy it and have it read in a day.
But tell people to read a book that will help them make a million dollars and they’ll find a reason not to.
My book Stadium Status has made its readers a million dollars–and that’s a VERY conservative estimate based on the feedback, case studies, and examples readers have sent me the past three years.
Literary critic Paul Weaver called Stadium Status “the anti-business book business book.” That’s the best description of it I’ve heard.
If you’ve read it, you know exactly what he means.
But most of you don’t because you haven’t.
Well, my new book Beyond Stadium Status is Stadium Status on steroids. And it’s taking that anti-business book stance to a whole new level.
Instead of telling you what this sequel has in it, let me tell you what it doesn’t have in it.
It doesn’t have a foreword written by a celebrity or business “goo- roo”. In fact, there is no foreword.
Because if you need to see the name of someone from the cast of Shark Tank grace the cover or foreword to “validate” a $20 purchase, you bought the book for the wrong reason. As a result, you probably won’t let yourself learn anything, anyway.
Did you know?
Many authors don’t even know the celebrity or “goo-roo” and just pay to have a publicist write the foreword and slap their name on it. Yep, that game is as rigged as the NY Times Best-Seller List. #PayToPlay
Beyond Stadium Status also doesn’t have any endorsements from celebs, famous authors, critics, or media outlets.
I prefer substance over style; instead of celebrity endorsements, I am featuring real results from real people– case studies of the readers of Stadium Status whose lives and incomes have been transformed by executing the strategies in the book.
Besides, how cynical and insecure do you have to be to buy a book because some “influencer” or media outlet said one flattering sentence about it on the back cover.
Are you really that shallow?
Lastly, the book doesn’t have a bunch of chapters. Beyond Stadium Status is just one chapter long.
Yes, you read that correctly the first time.
Research shows that 85% of people who buy a business book never open it. That’s why they’re called shelf-help books.
Of the 15% who do open it, 75% of them read only one chapter.
Problem solved. I wrote a book that is one long-ass chapter. Don’t worry. It’s broken up into different themes and topics.
So, if you buy and open this book, I just dramatically increased the odds of you actually reading the whole enchilada. You’re welcome.
Speaking of buying this book…
My million dollar readers of Stadium Status who are featured in this sequel weren’t lucky or blessed, nor were they trust fund kids. They’re normal people from humble beginnings, just like you and me.
So, at some point you have to admit to yourself that it’s not about luck or skill. It’s about hard work. When I say hard work, I mean mastering the mundane.
Are you willing to invest in yourself?
Are you willing to invest $20 dollars?
Are you willing to invest the time to read cover to cover?
I’ll cut to the chase.
At this stage in my career, I’m only looking for people who are looking for me and want what I have to offer. I’m looking for action-takers. I don’t know about you, but I struggle with the concept of settling for an average life.
Like my last book, Beyond Stadium Status could make you a million dollars. Are you in?
Pre-order now: https://www.BeyondStadiumStatus.com