Posted on: October 14, 2019
WI 316 | 7 Figure Wholesaler

 

If you are experiencing setbacks you feel like you can’t bounce from and you’re ready to throw in the towel, today’s episode is for you! If anything, the story of today’s phenomenal guest will inspire you to hang in there, persevere, and work hard until things get better.

Beau Hollis is an inspiring rhino from Louisville, Kentucky. While now one of the most prolific and successful wholesalers in the market (he has done 200 plus wholesale deals so far), he’s had his share of setbacks that truly tested his resolve.

However, while Beau struggled mentally and emotionally, he never let his problems get the best of him. If you are currently facing setbacks and can use some motivation, you can’t afford to miss today’s show.

Beau’s story will not only inspire you, his perseverance, hard work, and laser-like focus will also motivate you to rhino through until you are where you want to be!

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From Throwing In The Towel To 7-Figure Wholesaler

Episode Transcription

We have a rockstar rhino that’s going to share his story. We have Mr. Beau Hollis. You might have seen him a lot on Facebook and shared how he’s doing wholesaling. The guy is a rockstar. I also want to give each one of you hope. Maybe you’re at the beginning stages, and you haven’t done your first deal.

This story is going to touch and going to connect with you because there was a point where Beau was going to walk away from wholesaling. He’s going to share with us what was it that got him through his tough and difficult times so that he could achieve the goals that he wanted to achieve and live the life that he wanted to live.

He is from Louisville, Kentucky. He has done 200-plus wholesale deals. In fact, something that’s worthy of noting is 33 deals in 1 month. That is something neither Tom nor I probably combined has ever done in one month, and this guy has done it in one month. He’s going to deep dive into his story and shares it with you right now. It won’t be just high-level stuff. It will deep dive into the beginning stages, hard, trials, and challenges that each one of us faces in getting into wholesaling.

Beau, how are you?

How are you doing? I’m doing pretty good.

Nowadays, not only do I just look at some of the things you’re doing at wholesaling, I feel like at least every Sunday or once a week, I’m catching you on smoking some barbecue, doing some amazing brisket, and I’m sitting there taking note on you like, “How do I do this brisket now? We got to do this many hours.”

What’s funny is that I get so many people who connect with me, whether it’s on Instagram or Facebook, for barbecue stuff than I do real estate because I don’t talk about real estate. I talk about barbecue.

The wholesaling is a way to barbecue more. I feel like you’ve done so good at it, but its real passion right here is I can cook a barbeque a little bit.

Wholesaling is my side gig. Barbecue and cooking is my real passion. I fund the elaborate meals with wholesaling.

As your money goes up. So does your happiness. That’s not true.

Take us back and give us maybe a fill-in-the-gaps from what I was sharing now with the audience. Help them understand a little bit more about you, and then we’re going to get right into this and share your story. I know your story is going to resonate and connect with a lot of people.

I am 35 years old this 2022. I’ve been married 12 years and have 2 boys. One is about to be 7, and another is 4.5. I live a very normal dad life. I’m just a regular guy. A lot of times, you see me posting barbecue stuff. You never see me posting about real estate too much unless it’s to my local community here.

Most things are barbecue or family-related, and every once in a while, I’ll post some real estate stuff. Backing up several years, one day, I was mowing grass and I had this 60-inch gag riding lawn mower. I was listening to Rich Dad Poor Dad. I was just riding and something hit me out of that book. That’s the quintessential book that people have to listen to have a mindset change. Everybody who’s had any level of success in real estate has said that the book has changed their life.

At that time, I was an insurance broker. I ran a life insurance sales agency and trained people how to sell life insurance for companies like Mutual of Omaha and Transamerica. I was very successful in that business. At one point, twenty or so agents are working for me. I did a lot of business there. I was recognized nationally as one of the top salespeople in our company. With Mutual of Omaha nationally, I had written a lot of business and trained people on how to sell stuff. That was taking a toll on me. I was listening to this book, stopped the mower, turned it off, and said, “I’m going to quit my job.” That thought was really real for me.

I called a buddy of mine, and he said, “Have you heard about wholesaling?” I knew he had done some deals in real estate. I had no idea about real estate at the time. I lived in an apartment and never even bought a home ever. The idea was scary to me. My friend was like, “Have you heard about wholesaling?” I’m like, “No, I have no idea what that is.” He’s like, “Listen to this podcast with this guy named Tom Krol. You’d like him.” This was in the spring of 2016. I started listening to the show, and I was thinking, “They are not smarter than me. These guys aren’t some genius. They haven’t done what I’ve done.”

I don’t say that in an arrogant way. I’m thinking, “I can do this.” I listened to every podcast at least two times, and then all of Sean Terry’s podcast. In every podcast, I could find in between and I was like, “I like Tom. He seems like a very energetic type of individual. I’m going to pick up the phone and call him.” At that time, I was still training people for life insurance. I took the call with one of the people to do that.

I’m not sure of the inner workings of that at this point still. Somebody called me and convinced me. They didn’t really have to convince me, I was already convinced, or so I thought. I hopped on and I was like, “I’m doing this. I go tell my wife.” I took her to a steak dinner because with insurance, I was making probably about $200,000 or maybe a little more.

Here’s something interesting in what you are sharing. Most people would think you had the life of a dream. Most people are reading this thinking, “What was wrong with that? $200,000. You were making great money. What was it that wasn’t working for you? What was it that was making it where you were still unhappy, even though to most people, they would think, ‘I’ll be unhappy if I can make $200,000?’”

You might think that as your money goes up, so does your happiness. I would say that’s not true. Your lifestyle might change a little bit, but you’re not going to be significantly happier by making more money.

Was the work still not something you were passionate about? You were good at it, by the way.

WI 316 | 7 Figure Wholesaler

7 Figure Wholesaler: You can be encouraged so much and be so motivated, but you have to be disciplined enough. Motivation will fade, but discipline will last forever.

 

This is tough for me to talk about. Back in 2015, before I even started wholesaling or doing this, I was still selling insurance. We were pregnant with our second son, and we found out that while he was still in the womb, he had a heart defect and he would have to have emergency open-heart surgery right when he was born. He ended up having to have major open-heart surgery.

He almost died from that, and it put me in debt of over $1 million. We finally got home one month later, and on our kitchen table, we got out of the hospital. I stand on a chair because our table is a bigger table. I had stacked up all the medical bills. We added it up and it was over $1 million in medical bill debt. My wife and I were laughing together, and I was like, “No one could take care of this. Who in the world can pay this kind of money even if you make a ton of money?” I still feel that way now, but that’s another different story.

Is this while you were working on your life insurance still? This was when this all took place?

Yes. It was like a hustle. I had to be gone all the time. I was training people, I was never spending time at home with my family and my son who had a heart problem. I was broke on the inside. It was a struggle for me mentally thinking, “What if something happens to my son? I’m not home. I’m traveling with this insurance gig.” At the same time, it was stable because in that business, If you have agents and stuff, you can get residual income and you make some money enough to live.

Fast forward, I’m here thinking about wholesaling and leaving this. I take my wife to this dinner where I’m like, “I’m going to quit my job and start selling paper, essentially, wholesaling real estate.” I had to explain this to my wife, even though I’ve never done a deal. She’s like, “You’re going to have to do it.” She was supportive, but we both agreed that I would do it on my own off-time, whatever time that was.

Did you even have off-time? I didn’t even know how that was possible.

No, it wasn’t. What I did was I would sell insurance in the daytime. When I started, I would put out bandit signs at night time. I would work all day long and go put out bandit signs. One time my wife locked me out of the apartment. I had to sleep outside the house until she realized I wasn’t at home.

She coincidentally said, “That wasn’t by design.”

I’m laying outside sleeping. I signed up for Wholesaling Inc. I got scared because I was thinking, “I have a stable income. It’s hard. I hate it, but at least it’s here.” I had so much instability mentally and emotionally. I went through so much with my son. I was thinking, “I don’t know if I can handle this. I don’t know if I can do it because it’s going to take a lot of work. If I fail, I’m responsible for that failure.”

These are big feelings and emotions that each one of us faces. As you’re saying this, I’m saying, “I bet there’s a lot of individuals reading who can say, “I felt the same way.” I’m here listening to you say this right now, and I’m like, “Me and Beau are the same person. I felt much the same way.” I know you know this, but maybe a lot of the world doesn’t know this.

Encouragement can only go so far when you’re facing reality.

I was in insurance as well. Mine was on the auto and home side, but it was getting to be where it’s finally getting to be. I was never making the money you were making, but it was getting to the point where I still question it. I was like, “Can I do this?” I know this is resonating with so many people because it’s not easy. Entrepreneurship is not easy. Wholesaling is not just something you just turn on, it’s magic, and it starts coming in. These are real fears and pains that many of us face.

There’s a saying that says, “If it’s to be, it’s up to me.” It is nobody else’s responsibility. If anybody is going to take credit for success, you must take credit for failures. The idea of that scared me because in insurance, you work and over time, you still are getting paid for not doing anything in the active moment.

You had a lot on your plate. You mentioned over $1 million in medical bills. That’s not an easy pill to swallow.

To make a long story short, we ended up getting on Medicaid and Medicare and all that crazy stuff to help cover some of that. Thank God for some of those benefits because that’s not doable. If I could go back, I’m not sure what I would do, but it was a crazy time emotionally for me. When I made that phone call to be like, “I don’t think this is for me,” I was afraid of change. It was crazy. It was very hard for me to make the change o  walking away from everything.

Not only did I walk away from money, but I also walked away from all my friends. Everything that I knew because it was like a club where we hung out all time. I walked away from everybody. Now I have no friends. I didn’t know people. I come home to my family, which is great, but at the same time, there’s no comradery in the sense of me hanging out with people and giving the good old boy, you’re doing a good job type of deal.

Here’s something interesting. I had not even heard the story. This is now the first story to me. We’ve talked a few times, and I’ve never heard this story. This backstory is something I wish I would have understood even more. I do remember something crazy about my mind. You’re probably the same person. I can specifically tell you where I was standing when you called me in up and you were like, “Cody, wholesaling is not for me.” You were ready to throw in the towel. You were wanting a refund, and you’re like, “I don’t think this is for me. I’m not going to do it.”

I was in my backyard and I remember just being touched by your story, but for whatever reason, I also felt, “No, Beau got this. I got to talk to Beau.” Maybe it was the tie that you were in insurance, and I was in insurance, that I was like, “You’re not happy, and that’s not going to change. Moving forward, you’re still going to be unhappy.” I remember this call like this was yesterday. You were ready to be done. You were like, “This is not for me. It’s not going to work.” I’d like to say we had a great conversation, but there’s something unique about what you had to do to still move forward after that phone call.

It wasn’t like some magical conversation if I’m being really honest. I felt encouraged, but at the same time, encouragement can only go so far when you’re facing reality. You could be encouraged so much and be so motivated, but you have to be disciplined enough. Motivation will fade, but discipline will last forever. I had to look at my son and my family and realize that I didn’t like where I was. I hated going up to waking up to go to work every day. I couldn’t stand it. I truly believed the stories that people were making real money.

I was thinking, “I know that I can do this.” One thing that was a mindset shift for me was that I already had felt like I had lost everything emotionally. Some would never see me and say, “This guy is anxious,  depressed, or gone through those.” I had never had those emotions ever in my life. That was the first time I had ever struggled with anxiety to the fact that, if I’m being real brutally honest, where I almost had to have a plane land because of a panic attack and anxiety. I couldn’t even barely get out of bed sometimes because I was afraid. What if I lost my family and my son, or something crazy happened? All the irrational thoughts that go through in that kind of mental state.

I have already sat in the hospital room and the doctors have told me everything that could go wrong with my son and all this kind of stuff. Mentally, I can’t get more beat down than I already am. What’s the worst-case scenario? If I fail, what is the worse that can happen to me? I am not going to get more debt. I was thinking, “What if you can have $1,025,000 or $1,050,000 in debt? It doesn’t matter at that level. I don’t care. What if I go live with my parents? I already live in an apartment.”

WI 316 | 7 Figure Wholesaler

7 Figure Wholesaler: You either are going to do it or you’re not, there’s no middle ground. It’s like you either do it. Or you don’t.

 

My dad and mom are nice. Parents are great. My in-laws are awesome. I know they would let me live with them. It’s not going to get worse financially. I could always go back to selling insurance. I started there. I was like, “I’m not going to get beat down emotionally anymore.” I’ll always have my family. My people love me. My wife and kids support me. For me, the decision was, “If I failed, it wouldn’t be that far of a fall.”

We hear from Tom a lot, “Rock is the firmest foundation to start from in the first place.” You’re at rock bottom and now, it’s a firm foundation to start rebuilding this new life.

I was like, “I don’t like the people I work with that much.” If I’m being honest, I’m like, “I already have friends, so might as well.” I went through these crazy emotions, then pretty soon, we had the conversation, and then I’m back to like, “I guess I’m not getting a refund, so I might as well go wholesale a house.”

Here’s the good thing. Once this phone call took place, it wasn’t long because you had that mindset shift. You had like, “I’m all in the attitude.” At this point, you had let all the fear go, and it’s like, “I’m just going.” It wasn’t long after that phone call that, within a little time, your wholesaling business blew up. I was calling you saying, “What took place? Last week was a refund. This week, you’re already a rock star and doing consistent deals.” What did that look like for you, and why do you feel like that took place?

All of it is a mindset thing. You either are going to do it or you’re not. There’s no middle ground, “Maybe I might do it.” Who else is responsible for your success? I’m not responsible for your success, and you’re not responsible for my success. I’m responsible for me. I got to start paying bills, and if you want to make money, go make it. I would work all day long and put out my bandit signs. At that time, in our city, people weren’t putting out bandit signs. I chose that route. I’m not saying that’s the best route to do, but it worked in the cycle.

Except for when you put the wrong message on it.

I made $40,000 off that sign.

Maybe briefly high-level, tell them what I mean by this.

As you can see, I don’t really take myself too seriously because I can’t take stuff seriously that’s not serious in the grand scheme of life. I’m more of a joker. One of the things that I was doing was bandit signs. I was doing quite a bit of them. I had this good bandit sign person in town that I got bandit signs cheap. I would send over my artwork to the girl, she would send me proofs back, and she would print them. We had gone back and forth, and she misprinted a sign, even after the proof.

Not just a sign, but multiple signs.

You can’t mess up a motivated seller.

All of my signs. My signs would say my phone number, and then it would say 24-hour recorded message so people would call in the middle of the night. She misprinted the word message and it says “24-hour recorded massage.” I was sitting there and I’m putting the stakes in the bandit signs. My wife walks by while I’m doing this, and she jokingly says, “You’re not going to put those out, are you? There’s a typo.” I said, “Don’t be dumb.” My thought is, “I spent money on these. Don’t be silly like that. Don’t scare me.” She was like, “No, for real.” I look at it and I’m like, “Oh my word. It says massage.” After she gets up off the ground laughing at me, she’s like, “What are you going to do?” I went, “I’m putting these out. I sent money on these.”

You wouldn’t believe all of the amazing funny messages that I got from local investors in town. I ended up getting one call that we closed the deal. I made $20,000. We ended up re-wholesaling it from that person who bought it to somebody else because he said, “I don’t want this house anymore.” The total amount from the contract to the end of the close was $40,000. The end story is you can’t mess up a motivated seller.

That is one gold nugget to each of you reading. You cannot mess up a motivated seller. Write that down in the biggest, boldest words all over your house. Free massage and it still turned into $40,000.

I still have two of those signs, and I’ll never get rid of them.

You’re like, “These aren’t going out. This is going in my garage on the wall.”

I’m going to post it in my office.

What did that look like right there? After you start this turn, whole mindset, whole mental breakthrough, you finally get to the point where you’re consistently doing deals, you have fun with some awful messaging that still works in your favor, and then going forward, now we’ve done over 200-plus deals. This is no longer a job. This is a business.

This is something that is turning into your lifestyle and life on your terms. Living life the way you want to live it. When you do this many deals, what does a day look like to you? I know it’s not lacking work or all of a sudden, you just give up and you don’t have to work anymore. What did that do for you with the time with your family or the things that you wanted in life as you got bigger into wholesaling?

The reason that I am the way I am is I chose to be a family guy. A lot of people have no idea who I am, and maybe some people do. I stay at home, be with my family, take trips, and be lowkey. I’m never going to be the guy who’s talking and teaching. I thought I was for a little while, but then I realized I wasn’t. I didn’t want to teach the first deal. Kudos to Tom for teaching the first deal because that is something that I don’t want to do. The amount of questions that you get about what lists, absentees, and vacant, I can’t do it.

I chose to be a lowkey family guy, and like we talked about barbecue. The stuff that is most important to us as parents, husbands, and fathers, is to create a good home life for my family. I still feel these emotions sometimes. When you feel fear, you want to protect yourself from that. I think that’s all of our instincts to protect our family. I like spending time with my family and I have enjoyed that. The real estate market has changed a lot in the last few years. The way people market and get deal with a lot of technological changes, you always have to be adapting to change.

WI 316 | 7 Figure Wholesaler

7 Figure Wholesaler: There will always be deals in the real estate market, whether or not you’re cold calling to get them or doing direct mail or Facebook or texting people, or you’re having to go door to door.

 

Rhino Nation, write this down, being willing to adapt. There are shifts. It’s not to say that it’s a dead market. Are you still doing deals?

Yeah.

Are there little nuances that make it a little bit different than when you began?

Absolutely. There’s change on the seller’s side, on the buyer’s side, and a lot of the market shifts. This is Sales 101. We have like a hot market. What it does is it creates sellers that are geniuses. I say that flippantly. You have these sellers who say, “This house is worth so much money.” That may be true for one week. Remember what happened in ’08. You wake up one day and everything is worth nothing.

What happens is there’s a period of time, and it’s like a gap. That gap is maybe 6 months or 1 year when the sellers catch up to reality. If you’re not prepared for that gap, meaning that you know the right buyers and that you have that side of your business all locked up, you’re smart and diligent, that gap can hurt you. You have to educate your sellers back to, “Your house isn’t worth that much. I need to buy it for X.”

The market is always shifting into a place where you have to work on your business with your buyers. Buyers are changing. They’re not flipping anymore. They’re buying and holding. They’re not doing lease options, and now they’re wholesaling it. All that is always changing. You always have to be adapting to that change. A lot of those, over a period of time, are very minuscule changes, but over a big time, it is a big change. It’s 1% a day. It’s always changing and talking to people. You may be cold calling one day and doing direct mail the next. You never know. You always have to stay on time and keep changing. If you’re talking to sellers, then you’re probably going to win.

Have you read the book, Who Moved My Cheese?

It’s an excellent book.

A great analogy is what you’re saying right here. It’s like, “If we just continue to sit there and do what we’ve always done, we’ll always get what we’ve always got. We learn from so many people what got us here may not necessarily get us there.” The cheese is always moving. Are you going to be the guy that goes and finds the cheese and moves with the cheese, or are you going to be the one that sits there and waits for the cheese to come back? The cheese may never come back, and that’s when the business dies.

When I started cold calling our business, there was no one cold calling in our market because I was pretty much one of the only wholesalers that were doing active marketing. When I started cold calling, it was like shooting fish in a barrel. It was easy. I would call people, and they would be like, “How are you doing? I’ll sell you my house.”

There will always be real estate deals.

Now, I can count ten people in my market who probably signed up from Wholesaling Inc, who are cold calling or doing some kind of ninja tactics in our market trying to get sellers. Adapting to the marketing in the system is you always have to adapt. It does change. I’m still doing deals. I’m doing a deal that I can’t believe is even still there. I don’t even know how that happens. That’s what’s amazing about the market.

One thing I like about you that I always see and I can see it just when you’re even talking about barbecue. You do something different than everyone else. I can only imagine when it comes to wholesaling, you’re always trying to innovate new ways to just differentiate yourself. The market still works. Finding deals is still there. It’s just, how do you differentiate yourself from all the other ones that are out there doing it as well?

Number one, you have to have the mindset that doesn’t let anybody ever convince you if you’re trying to get into this business that there will be no deals. That is a lie. There will always be deals in the real estate market. Whether or not you’re cold calling to get them, doing direct mail, Facebook, texting people, or you’re having to go door to door, there will always be real estate deals. That’s going to be there, whether it’s cheap or you’re having to pay more. Even if there’s competition, there will always be somebody that is doing deals.

I’ve met with a landlord and he’s probably one of the biggest landlords in our city. He’s like, “There are tons of deals everywhere,” and I’m like, “It’s amazing.” The evolution of our business has gone from just being the local guy doing bandit signs. I ended up going big brand and branding to SimplySold.com, which is the brand that I have for my sellers. It is something that I’m in the process of building, and I’m really enjoying that side of the business.

My fund brand is called The House Buying Guy. It’s HouseBuyingGuy.com. I’m working on that. We’re going to do shirts and all that cool stuff to let people know what you’re doing. It’s the concept of talking to people. You always want to be, whether you wear what you do, and let people know that, “I’m in business to buy houses.” I’m wearing a shirt. Everywhere I go, people will either walk by me and say, “House buying guy,” or they’ll ask me if I buy houses. It’s the concept of always talking to people and never turning it off. You have to do that in this information marketplace. You have to let people know.

Obsessed about it and show your passion for it. That’s a mix between some of the things I’ve learned from Dean Graziosi or even when you hear from Gary Vee. It’s like, “You have got to obsess about it. You can’t just play small. You’ve got to play big and go out. Everyone has got to know what you’re doing, and those little small things create those big results.”

It’s as simple as the House Buying Guy shirt. I was talking to Trevor Mock about this, and we were talking about the shirt. I was like, “Would it be cool to get people in these shirts and see if they can make $10,000 just from wearing a shirt?” I know it’s possible. It’s the concept of always marketing. Whether it’s a t-shirt or you’re cold calling people. It doesn’t matter. You have to be talking to somebody.

This was the first time I’ve heard this full story, and I want to thank you for sharing it. I know that was something that took you to get vulnerable and share something that you haven’t publicly shared before. I appreciate you taking the time to do this because that made me gain that much more love and respect for you that I already had.

I wasn’t even aware of these stories. The fact that you shared this with thousands of readers all across this great nation, I know it will also help individuals that might be experiencing those same feelings, and the same troubles and trials in their life. It will also give them that hope, inspiration, and motivation that they can do it too. I appreciate you doing that and taking time out of your busy day to make sure that you could share this message with people.

I’m happy to do it. I’m a normal guy. I’m the guy in the backyard doing barbecue. I’m convinced that if people will just do the work and talk to people. You’re going to get out there, make some money, make some mistakes, you end up building something for yourself. My life looks drastically different now. It’s crazy how much different my life looks. I live in a different house. I have my own home. I live in the area of the city where I want to live. I choose what I want to do. I go on trips with my family. I’m not getting paid to say this stuff. This is the way I live my life.

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7 Figure Wholesaler: With a lot of technology changes, you have to always be adapting.

 

We always like to end the show with two questions. First and foremost, I’m excited about this. What is a good book you’ve read that’s been game-changing that you would share with the audience? It doesn’t even have to be real estate-based.

I am an avid reader. I do enjoy books, and I’m always buying something on some level of an audiobook or something like that. My favorite book of all time would be QBQ! The Question Behind The Question by John G. Miller. It’s a book about personal responsibility and accountability in your own life, taking responsibility personally for your own actions. I get a lot of that from John G. Miller. I’ve read that book since I was probably 16 or 17 years old. It’s an excellent book. Another one would be Free To Focus by Michael Hyatt. I like him. He’s an awesome guy.

What’s the third book?

This is my favorite book, even over all of those, The Road Less Stupid by Keith Cunningham. It’s my best read.

The second question. Knowing what you know now, hindsight is usually 20/20 or close, what would you have done differently starting over or what would you have done the same?

Overall, I’m happy where I’m at. When success comes in your life, whatever success looks like for you, whether it’s monetary or you change your address, a lot of times, you become wise in your own eyes. There’s a lot of potentials to add things onto your plate that shouldn’t be on your plate. When that happens, then you start getting very distracted and doing things, and spending money in areas where you shouldn’t be spending your money. For example, “I’m a great wholesaler. I’m probably going to be a great flipper.”

If you go down that road, you need to have deep pockets because you’re going to lose money, you’re wholesaling business is going to stink, or you’re just going to lose it altogether. Stay laser-focused on one thing if you think that you have the best people and team on your side. More than likely, if you take your focus off of one thing to put it on another and you have to straddle the fence, it can be a very deadly place in business and you can leverage yourself out emotionally and financially in many other areas. I would tell myself to stay focused and don’t let anybody tell me otherwise. Until you get your business to where it is a legit business, meaning not that you’re just absentee, but where you can work from your phone, talk to your team, and find out what’s going on, I would never think about doing something else.

Thanks so much for sharing your story. Rhino Nation has been blessed to read this. I know it’s going to resonate with many people. Keep going out there and inspiring and motivating individuals, because I know there’s a lot of people that are going to be watching here, going forward, because your story connected with them.

Thanks, Cody.

Rhino Nation, this has been an incredible episode by an individual that got vulnerable and shared his story for many of us for the first time. It lets you know that each one of you can do it. We all have our trials and challenges, and they’re all unique to us. If you will stick to Beau’s message, staying laser-focused on one thing, pushing through those pains, fears, real trials and challenges, and over $1 million in debt, he found a way to still push forward and now lives the life that he wanted to live. He is able to have the time he wants with his family and go on the vacations that he wants to go on because he moved forward and made the uncomfortable choice.

To each of you reading, thank you for joining us. Download this and read this over and over again. Take massive and perfect action so you can get one step closer to your next deal. If you need help building your wholesaling business, go over to WholesalingInc.com, where you can book a call with someone on our team and begin a conversation to see if it is a good fit. Take care. I’ll see you in the next episode.

 

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About Cody Hofhine

Cody Hofhine, a multiple Inc 5000 Business Owner. Co Founder of Wholesaling Inc. the #1 Real Estate coaching program across the nation. Co Founder of Joe Homebuyer the leading Real Estate Franchise. A successful Real Estate investor/mentor and sought after Speaker.

Cody has coached over 3 thousand students on how to successfully Build their Real Estate Business through his real estate training as well as help individuals perform at their highest levels with his one-on-one mentoring.

Cody used his background in sales to quickly build multiple 7 and 8 figure Real Estate Businesses that all start on the foundation of clarity or Vision and Purpose.

Cody loves being with his family and doing crazy tricks behind a boat.

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