Want to change career or earn extra cash? Property guru Samuel Leeds brings investors crash course to Yorkshire
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There are very few training courses that come with an entry fee of just £1 and even fewer, if any, that might set you on the path to a new career and financial freedom.
But that’s exactly the offer being presented by a property investment guru and self-made millionaire who is sharing his strategy for success to help other people change their lives as he did.
Samuel Leeds was just 25-years-old when he became a property millionaire and has since gone on to teach people nationwide how to follow in his entrepreneurial footsteps.
Contrary to popular belief, Samuel insists that people of all backgrounds, including those who don’t have spare money to invest, can learn how to raise finance, buy and manage property and make a healthy profit from a standing start.
Property Investors Crash Course
Now the 30-something businessman is bringing his one-day Property Investors Crash Course to West Yorkshire where he’ll be spilling the beans and providing food for thought for people from all walks of life.
The event takes place on Saturday, October 21, and anyone can attend Samuel’s personal masterclass for the £1 entry fee, providing they book a place before it sells out.
And that’s precisely what Leeds man Adam Hindley did after life took a dramatic downturn following an unexpected relationship break-up. Adam suddenly found himself living back with his parents having lost his partner, home and pet in one fell swoop.
Bleak and anxious
The situation plunged him into despair and anxiety and the future looked decidedly bleak. “I went into a dark place of not being able to do anything and just had tightness in my chest all the time,” recalls Adam, who was working as a physiotherapist at the time.
“I felt I’d taken a massive step back in my life. I’d moved back in with mum and dad and lost what I thought was going to be my partner for the rest of my life.”
And, in a sad irony, he was also trying to run a health and well-being business while his own mental health was in shreds. The challenge became too much for Adam who decided to sell his shares in the business, leading to even more uncertainty.
Concerned for his welfare and aware of his interest in property, Adam’s mum managed to throw him a much-needed lifeline after she saw one of Samuel’s YouTube videos and sent the link to her son.
Having previously renovated his late grandma’s house, which he sold for a tidy profit, Adam was happy to explore similar projects. He went to a Property Investors Crash Course and was hugely impressed by what he heard.
Intrigued to learn more, he booked a place at a Discovery Day where delegates were given individual action plans to become property entrepreneurs.
Investing in the future
With hope for his future gradually rekindling and a new direction potentially within reach, Adam took the plunge and joined the one-year Property Investors Academy programme using money from the sale of his business shares.
Fast forward to now and he couldn’t be in a more different place. Adam says he receives a regular income from his new career, has teamed up with a talented business partner and is heading for his tenth successful deal.
While he admits that success only came after several rejections, his determination to succeed won the day, backed up by invaluable support, connections and resources from the academy. In fact he kicked off his fresh start with a hat-trick by clinching three accommodation deals in the same week.
Adam firmly believes that people should invest in themselves and their own futures and says he’s even recouped his training fees.
Positive and optimistic
Now very much enjoying his new role and looking forward with optimism, he says that ongoing support from the academy plus interaction with fellow students made a positive difference.
As for Adam’s tips for success, he suggests: “Get the training and put yourself out there. You need to connect with people personally before you do business, especially when you’re trying to raise finance.”
Book your place today
The Property Investors Crash Course will be held at Cedar Court, Rooley Lane, BD5 8HW. Tickets can be booked online for £1 (late cancellation/no show fees apply).
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