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  • Landlords in Distress

    Samuel Leeds property entrepreneur

    I think Samuel does a very good job getting people excited about property, showing you how you could become financially free through property (even if the reality to achieve this is much harder than people are led to believe) He then brings in some of his success stories to back that up, to drive people to sign up for his further paid training and join his Academy.

    You can't deny the Godlike figure when you see his Crash Courses with 1000 +. Credit where credits due to hold the attention of an audience of that size for 12/14 hours over a couple of days it's pretty impressive, as said before I think the content he provides for Free on YouTube and his Crash Courses is great and entertaining, although to be able to succeed you need to take action, work hard, be commited, have resilience, and have cash/available finance. There is no such thing as no money down deals, all deals require some cash.......many people find this out after they have bought into the dream!

    Lets be real, he doesn't spend these days doing training out of the goodness of his heart, he does them to make money, sign 50 - 100 people onto his £2k DFE & NYOMA course and 20 - 50 + onto his £12k + Academy.....£300 - £500k + a Crash Course!

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    "Whether his students succeed or fail he's the one walking away with money in his pocket, either way, to me that makes him the only true winner

    This isn't even an argument but sounds like it comes from bitterness, this would apply to all trainers of every type. I went to a private
    teacher to learn a language, I ended up not being able to speak the language because I was a poor language student.  Should I argue
    that only the teacher benefited and I lost money. It's a very poor argument. "

    What very, very odd formatting. It's like someone else wrote that, and you pasted it in from another source into the editor on this site. Unfortunately for you, your mistake was that you forgot to remove the carriage returns and unwrap the lines.

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