Did I Succeed Or Fail At Harvard? [AWESOME VIDEO]

I get thousands of emails every day, most are from people who want to get rich, but who aren’t willing to do what’s necessary.

I give them clear instructions on how to be my next Tim Grittani, my 2nd millionaire student and top trading challenge student who has now turned $1,500 of his own money into $1.83 million in 3.5 years as my student, they ignore my free video lesson series and ignore my list of the best brokers, instead demanding hot stock picks.

But some emails are very interesting — like the one that invited me to speak at Harvard University.

I receive far too many speaking requests to handle, but rarely do I have the time…Harvard I made a special exception.

A few weeks ago, I spoke at Harvard University, intent on delivering the message that with enough study, hard work and determination you can fulfill your dreams just as I have.

(Of course you must have the right strategy and mentors help you get on the right path faster hence the entire goal of my trading challenge)

Here’s the video below, you tell me did I succeed?

We’ve also transcribed it below for our valued deaf subscribers:

Announcer: Without further adieu, multi-millionaire trader Timothy Sykes.

Tim Sykes: Thank you Harvard. I have to film this too because this is one
of my life achievements. Everybody wave, thank you guys. [inaudible
00:00:58] at Harvard. I’ve already created a millionaire and now I want to
inspire you to show you it’s possible. That’s it, thank you guys, Harvard.
I love it.

I have some interesting experiences over the course of my life. You can
follow me on Instagram and YouTube, you can see a lot of my material
possessions. I brought my Lamborghini and Porsche keys. I don’t need them.
I’m throwing them. Good catch. That’s why he’s a millionaire; look at that.

I don’t want to just talk about that stuff here. Showing my pictures on
Instagram and videos on YouTube that’s the pallet that I can work with
there, you know. You have to try and inspire people to work hard, to study
hard, and to make a lot of money to afford the things that you love. But
you can’t give 30-minute speeches on Instagram; it’s 15 seconds.

But this speech is going to be a little different than what you know me or
you might know me on social media as, because I want to share some of the
experiences that have really shaped my life. I have been very fortunate; I
did take $12,000 roughly on my Bar Mitzvah gift money and I’ve turned it
into nearly $4 million every single trade shown transparently on [inaudible
00:02:22] so you can see exactly how to become a millionaire.

I don’t win every single time; I trade ugly penny stocks, that’s like
featured in the movie Wolf of Wall Street. Who’s seen Wolf of Wall Street?
It’s a good movie, you know. He trades all scams. To be clear there are
some penny stocks that are not scams. Penny stocks are just stocks trading
under $5 a share or sometimes $1 a share.

They’re very speculative, they’re very small companies. Usually they only
have one or two products, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that they’re
all scams. Some penny stocks can be bought, and I’ve made a lot of money
buying good penny stocks. I made my first million dollars as a freshman in
college basically buying penny stocks back in 2000.

But I don’t what to just talk about the money, you know. The money is nice,
but I think the lessons that I’ve learned in the past 15 years on this kind
of wild adventure that I’ve had are relatable to everybody. And no matter
what you want to do in life, no matter what your ambition is, I’m a
walking, talking example that your dreams can come true if you persevere,
if you work hard; and if you realize that what you might think is
impossible is possible in today’s world because of the Internet, because of
our society.

We’re living in a very unique time and a lot of us take it for granted. We
complain about small things where if you look back at history there are a
lot of people that had a lot of problems for many centuries; The Middle
Ages, I mean, the Romans, the war, dictators. We are in a free society
where the poorest person can become the richest person and most powerful
person if they work hard enough, if they want it bad enough.

So just think about that for a second. You have to really just look at the
world around you. I’ve been very fortunate to travel all over the world.
I’ve been to over 90 countries now. I love traveling; that’s one of my
hobbies. And I’ve met a lot of people and people in many different
circumstances. I know I have a lot of students here.

How many Trading Challenge students do I have here? Thank you guys, yeah.
[inaudible: 00:04:34] to them. I have the Trading Challenge; those are my
most dedicated students because I just want to teach you everything that I
know. People who teach the stock market, it’s a very kind of sketchy world
where it’s like if you make a lot of money in the stock market why do you
want to tell other people? Why don’t you just make the money and shut up
and laugh your way to the bank?

And because of this journey that I’ll explain in a second, I realized that
it’s actually a lot more fulfilling to teach and to share your stories. You
know, I made $16,000 on a trade the other day; that’s fine, that’s nice.
That pays for a lot of stuff. But to share that trade live and to show
people, to see exactly how I predicted it because I sent out a video to my
subscribers saying, “Here is what I think this stock will do.” And the very
next day it did exactly that and more. I actually could have made $40,000,
but I took my profits.

But to be able to get emails from thousands of people saying, “Holy S**t,
you were right.” I’m not psychic, I’m not lucky; it’s skill that I’ve
refined over 15 years. And I had very humble beginnings. My parents are
here. Give them a big round of applause, my Mom and Dad.

I’m from a small town, Orange, Connecticut. I actually went to Tufts
University here just a few miles away my freshman year. I got there because
of tennis, and I played tennis for ten years, pretty much every single day
growing up because I was taught to believe that if you had a good college
education you could get a good secure job, you could be financially
independent, you could be successful.

You know, these are my Jewish roots. Ever since I was a baby, you know,
like where you had those little things going above you, I had like little
$20 bills, and I was like, you know. That’s the Jewish way. And I believed
that.

Unfortunately, and I say this kind of jokingly. I don’t say anything that
serious. But because I’m Jewish and I was playing sports, those two don’t
really mix, you know. You don’t see that many, you know, LeBron is not
Jewish. You don’t have that many professional athletes. So my elbow
actually gave out my senior year of high school. And it was really
traumatic for me, because the only thing I had known at that time was
playing tennis every single day, working hard to be the best tennis player
so you can get the tennis scholarship so you can get into the good college.

I was already into Tufts University because of tennis, but then my elbow
gave out and I had Tommy John surgery where they actually take something
out of your other arm and put it in this arm. So I’m walking around like
RoboCop with two casts and I couldn’t do anything. I’m already into
college, early admission.

So my senior year of high school my parents in their wisdom gave me roughly
$12,000 of my Bar Mitzvah gift money to play around with in the stock
market. They thought I would lose it all; they thought it would be tough
love, like oh, you’ll learn the value of a dollar.

Instead, after year one, I turned it into roughly $120,000. And by the end
of freshman year at college I was up to $800,000. And for somebody like me
who grew up middle class, $800,000 is a lot of money, especially in a year,
basically; a year and a half.

It was crazy, and I didn’t know if I was lucky at it, I didn’t know if I
was skilled. I think I was definitely lucky, partially skilled, but I was
in the right place at the right time. This was back in 1999 and 2000,
during the tech bubble. And I profited.

I saw pattern in the stock market, specifically penny stocks. I didn’t want
to be a penny stock trader. I didn’t know even what penny stocks were. I
just saw a pattern and I went with it, basically buying penny stocks that
were hyped up; because I figured if Internet companies like Netscape and
Yahoo at the time were the two most valuable Internet companies, were
valued so highly and they don’t really have that many revenues, then why
can’t you value a small speculative penny stock highly too. A company like
Nettaxi; who remembers Nettaxi? Yeah, there we go. We have one guy.

This was an old-school Internet company and the penny stock soared because
they put out some press releases saying, “Look, we can be like the next
Netscape.” And because Netscape didn’t have that much business at the time,
only hype and promises, Nettaxi, very similar name; sure why not, and then
the stock surged. And that’s how I turned basically $12,000 into $800,000.

Then the stock market crashed, and most people who had similar kinds of
gains like I did lost all their money. I didn’t; so what made me different
from everybody else who was buying penny stocks or Internet companies
during the tech bubble? Discipline; because while I was trading in the
freshman dorm room and I actually… fire and ice. Have you guys been to
Fire and Ice? Yeah. I took the whole dorm out to dinner one time at Fire
and Ice when I made $100,000 in a day.

But when I did that I always took profits, because I always looked at
everything as a gift. You know, whether I made $100,000 or $16,000, and to
this day I still look at everything as a gift. I try not to get too greedy.
Yes I have a Lamborghini, yes I have the Porsche and a mansion and I love
traveling. But I always try and live within my means and stay disciplined.

The Wolf of Wall Street, you know, obviously he’s a scam artist. He’s not a
good marketer. He runs ponzi schemes. He’s a career criminal. In case any
of you guys want to learn marketing, he’s not a marketer. If you want to
learn how to be a criminal I think he’s your man.

But if you want to learn to live within your means, even if you are making
a lot of money, whether it’s on apps or cars, or stocks, or anything,
always kind of try and remember that there are a lot of people in history
who have made a lot of money and a lot of people who have lost it by living
beyond their means, by getting too greedy, by not appreciating every single
dollar.

So to this day I have several millions of dollars in the bank, but I
appreciate every single dollar. And I know it doesn’t look like that on my
social media, you know. I’m like bragging and stuff like that. But that’s
just to inspire people, because this is what I’ve also learned. While I
appreciate the money, I appreciate the students even more.

Making $100,000 in a day, taking the dorm out to Fire and Ice, that’s
fantastic; but my life achievement has been creating two millionaire
students now; Michael Goode and Tim Grittani. They both passed a million
dollars in profits with my teachings.

When I crossed a million dollars I was 22, the best moment of my life. I
was like, I’m a millionaire. This is crazy. But to be able to pass down
your expertise to others, that takes it to a whole other level. For many
years people thought, I’d post YouTube videos and many people thought that
I was just full of s**t. They’re like, “Oh yeah, another guy who claims he
can make me a millionaire on the Internet.” Then, not one, but two of my
students have done that, showing every single trade. Tim Grittani is
actually up to $1.7 million in profits now, in three years. He started with
$1,500.

So that has become the most fulfilling thing. And so while I keep making
money, I’m up roughly 107% in four months in 2014 trading. I love it, but
teaching, creating more millionaires, doing the impossible, challenging
accepted financial wisdom where people think, oh, penny stocks. Those are
scams, it’s sketchy, and it’s risky.

I’ve heard every bad word in the book that you can think of with penny
stocks. And yet for me it’s changed my life. For my top students they’ve
changed their lives using penny stocks.

So there is a contradiction; the whole world hates on penny stocks, and yet
some of us see these patterns that repeat again and again. And yes, we do
see some scams, too. But you see these patterns and you can see how to grow
your account.

I’m getting ahead of myself, but over the next few years and decades I look
forward to challenging the entire finance industry. It’s a bold statement,
but it’s a very achievable task, because you have people who watch the
CNBC, you have people who watch Bloomberg, and they’re not making money.
You’ve been taught by financial media outlets that you have to care about
breaking news; that you have to watch these stocks all the time. And it’s
stressful, like Alan said.

I don’t trade that much. I don’t day trade every single day. I wait for the
patterns and I try to bank, and I win roughly 75% of the time. It’s not
stressful at all, you know. I get into online arguments a lot with people
who doubt me, and I love it. And I can say whatever the f**k I want because
I know that my pattern works. So if you want to hate me bring it on; hate
me.

Michael Goode, my first millionaire student wrote a blog post about me
saying, “Tim Sykes is full of it.” We went back and forth, and you can
Google this, you know. We went back and forth with like 80 comments, and
he’s like, “Okay, I’ll give your DVDs a try.” You know, another DVD
salesman; that’s what he’s thinking. Sure enough, he watched the DVDs and
he saw what I saw, and now he’s a millionaire–multi-millionaire actually.
And he actually helps me teach other students.

So I like confrontation, I really do; because I know what I see. And a lot
of you guys, you know, no matter what field you’re in once you get
experience you start seeing how the world works. You start seeing what
works. And I want you guys to have that confidence. When you see something,
you know, and respected wisdom is going against what you see happening, you
can challenge that. A lot of people don’t realize that the world is built
on challenging accepted ideas, creating new ideas, refining the ideas, and
changing the world.

I have no great ambition that I’m going to change the whole world. I want
to change the finance industry. I want to show how predictable penny stocks
are, that you can buy them and you can short sell them. Yes you can bet
against scams. I’m actually talking to some TV producers right now and part
of what I’m talking about is teaching the people who were scammed by Jordan
Belfort, the Wolf of Wall Street, teaching those people how to get back at
those promoters who lie about penny stocks and say that this scam that they
promote is a real company.

And normal people, average people out there can get back at promoters by
betting against those scams and making money as the scams collapse, because
that’s the beauty of my strategy. Unlike Google and Facebook and GE, I get
questions every single day, “Where is the stock market going? Why is this
happening?” I don’t know. I know what penny stocks are doing based on
patterns and based on the fact that 99.99% of all penny stocks will go to
zero in a few years. That’s a huge advantage.

So challenge accepted wisdom; look for advantages like that. If you’re
going to trade in the stock market and you’re buying Facebook or Google you
don’t know where they’re going to be in 5, 10, 20 years from now. You don’t
know which products are going to take off. There could be a small startup
like Instagram that’s going to take over and no one even knows about it
right now. Be very careful, challenge authority, especially in finance.

There’s a nasty fact out there, which maybe you guys aren’t in finance, but
90% to 95% of traders lose money. The vast majority of people who try to
day trade lose money, and yet the industry is booming. You have brokers,
you have news outlets, you have newsletters, and you have websites galore;
it’s a sucker’s game. And the key to being part of the 5% to 10% of
successful traders is understanding reality.

As some of the past speakers have said, when you get into an industry look
at everything. Look at every single aspect of that industry, be thorough,
and be meticulous. Because if you’re not, you might miss something and it’s
going to cost you money, it’s going to cost you time, and you probably will
lower your odds of success. I’ve done that; I’ve made mistakes, too, you
know. I have taken $12,000 and turned it into $4 million, but there were
bumps along the way.

I want to tell you about my biggest loss. I think that’s very useful.
Signas E-Transactions; who here has heard of that company? Yes, some of my
students. This company cost me half a million dollars. It was my best
friend’s dad’s company; they basically invented print-at-home ticketing. I
thought it was going to be huge back a few years ago.

I was wrong; I was dead wrong. The company had all sorts of problems. They
turned out to be a penny stock. I don’t go looking for penny stocks; they
seem to come to me, you know. I invested in this company thinking, oh, this
is a great technology. Then they become a stock in the stock market and
they’re a penny stock. I’m like, cursed, you know. I try to get out and it
pulled me back in. And I lost a lot of money. And I didn’t understand at
the time.

I was very bitter. I began to drink a lot. It was a nasty time in my life,
and I thought, you know, I had had so much success. I was batting 1000
before Signas, and then I lost half a million dollars. It wasn’t all my
money; it was like roughly half of my money, but when you lose half your
money you lose all your credibility. So it was a tough time, and I got
ripped by the New York Post and Gawker.

And then because I have, as you might be able to tell a big mouth, I had
been trying to get attention for many years. I was on CNBC, drunkish, after
taking a lot of tequila shots because I was so nervous about going on CNBC
and that made me more exciting. A reality show producer saw me on CNBC and
he said, “Hey, you want to be on this show?” And I was like, sure, why not.
I was in the dumps. I was like, this can’t get any worse.

So I had these reality show cameras in my face as I’m drinking, and my
hedge fund basically lost 36% in one year, which was terrible, but not the
end of the world. We still finished up 2% per year. But it was really a big
loss for my ego. And again, my credibility got lost; you can still Google
this and you’ll see like Tim Sykes lost all his money and there are rumors
of everything.

What I didn’t understand at the time was that you have to play by some of
the rules. As you get experience in whatever field you choose you will
learn rules, discipline. And the only way to learn them is to lose, and to
break them. At the time I did not have risk management in place. I knew
penny stocks were good. I knew the patterns, I had made a lot of money very
quickly, but I didn’t understand risk. I didn’t understand when to cut
losses. And my biggest loss taught me that. So at the time I was very
bitter; now I’m very thankful, you know.

I would never have learned risk management without that big loss, without
that really sh***y year. And then I got to relive it when the TV show came
out and then it was a hit and now it’s in 20 plus countries. You can watch
Wall Street Warriors on Hulu; you can see me be a drunken ass.

But still, I look back on it and I’m very thankful for the loss, for being
able to come back, for being able to learn, okay, don’t invest in family
friend’s businesses. They meant well; it’s not like they were trying to rip
us off. But you can’t be biased with your trading or investments. It’s so
dangerous when you’re playing in the stock market, or any market with
finance, real estate especially, too.

If you’re not 100% meticulous, do more work than anybody else; stay up
multiple nights in a row if you have to. Too many people just throw their
money around because it’s easy. Thanks to the advent of online discount
brokers you can invest in anything with one click. You see commercials,
“One click, it’s so easy.” And guess how those people do? Not so well.

The key to being successful is to work harder than other people, because
everybody wants success. Everybody wants a Lamborghini, everybody wants
freedom. But what are you willing to do to get there? That’s my question to
you, you know. We’re here at the most prestigious university in America,
Harvard, fantastic. I’m very honored; thank you for having me here.

The people who have gotten here have worked their butts off to get here,
but that’s just the beginning. Whether you’re in college or you’re going to
go to college, or you’re out of college, this is a life-long journey where
you have to continually work hard, work harder than other people to get
ahead.

A lot of people give up at different times. I’m no longer at that stage,
you know. When I had my big loss I basically gave up. For a year I was in
the gutter, but I came back and I said, you know what; this was a mistake
that I made investing. It wasn’t the patterns. I didn’t go against what I
had learned to make all my millions before this loss. I invested, and I
didn’t do my full due diligence, and that was my mistake.

I eventually got back in the trading, I saw more patterns and I became the
number one ranked trader out of 50,000 on Covestor in 2007 to 2011.
Covestor was a website that fortunately when I got started teaching came
around and they verified all my results so I became this top ranked trader
that everybody wanted to learn, Because of the success of Wall Street
Warriors I had an audience.

I’ve been very fortunate, you know. I’m like the real life Forrest Gump,
kind of smarter. But he invested in Apple, though. So long story short, I
hope to help you understand that you can make a lot of money, and that you
don’t need to make $100 million or a billion dollars. You don’t need to aim
that high. I have just a few million dollars in cash in the bank and I live
well. That’s all you really need. You don’t need to create the next billion
dollar company.

And I know a lot of you guys want to do that, whether you’re coders or
traders. Live well, but achieve your goals; your goals should not just be
about money. It should be about helping other people, and that’s what I try
and do every single day by sharing these stories, by sharing my losses, by
sharing my gains, by sharing my freaking pictures of my Lamborghini and how
it makes me nauseous. I don’t know how you drive it, you know. You have an
old one, too, right? Do you get nauseous?

Male Voice: No.

Tim Sykes: And you go 200 miles an hour. I got up to 170 and I was like
puking. I don’t know how you do it, but I like the Lamborghini; I like the
watches, you know. I was going to throw this watch. Josh wants me to throw
this watch. I threw the Lamborghini keys; forget the $30,000 watch, you
know. The Lamborghini’s a little more.

But that was when I was angry. There’s a video out there of when I threw my
Rolex at my conference last year. That was before I had created any
millionaires. I was very angry because every single day, you know, I made
videos and I’m like, “I want to create a millionaire, I want to create a
millionaire.” And my haters would email me, “Still no millionaires. What’s
going on?” Now I have two of them, and the haters are shutting up. So I’m
just not that angry. I don’t need to throw anything; I just wanted to throw
some keys.

You know, losses, gains, adventures, travel, cars, watches, students, I
have a lot of stuff in my life; and I’m thankful for all of it. But
hopefully from this whole speech you understand that you can’t take life
too seriously. You can’t be like, I lost $500,000, you know. Celebrate the
highs.

When I made $100,000 in a day, take your dorm room out to Fire and Ice.
It’s a good restaurant, and it’s a good deal. I was a freshman and none of
us could drink, so the bill wasn’t that bad. Celebrate the highs, learn to
respect the lows, work your ass off and live a good life. Thank you. Any
questions?

Student: What would you say is the most important thing that you do to
stay disciplined, because obviously when you’re trading, especially with
[inaudible 00:24:36] this past week, you’re only doing a couple trades a
week and those are the awesome ones that you’re not over trading at all
which is definitely something that a lot of us struggle with. What is the
most important thing you do actually besides learning from actual
experience [inaudible 00:24:52]?

Tim Sykes: You know when I trade I feel like I’m a sniper, like Enemy at
the Gates you know with Jude Law and all those other guys, Ed Harris. Watch
that movie. But one shot at a time. I don’t like holding a basket of
stocks. I know a lot of successful investors they hold 5, 10, 20 stocks and
they try and win on 70 or 80% of them. I can’t do that. I’m too ADD.

So when I’m in a stock I’m watching it every single tick. If it doesn’t do
exactly what I want, I get out. On VDSI it did exactly what I wanted, I got
it, I underestimated it, I’m locked in like $7000. It could’ve been
$15,000. No regrets. I went in with a thesis and I got out. So when you’re
looking at whatever stock, you have to go in with a thesis and watch it
like a hawk. That’s my style. And if the thesis comes true then you make a
lot of money if it doesn’t you cut losses quickly.

If I’m buying a stock, I bought this company VDSI the other day, they had
already reported earnings. They were up 12%, mobile Bill Pay, Security
Wireless, mobile stuff, hot words. But they were already up on the day. And
people were like why are you buying? The earnings are out. The news is out.
The stock has already made its move. And I thought based on my experience
that this move has more to go. There’s a potential that an analyst will
upgrade it overnight as I oftentimes buy earnings winners after they’ve
made a big move at first because there’s usually continuation. And I
thought, you know, its good risk reward.

You always have to think about risk reward when you get into a trade. What
is my upside? With VDSI I thought my upside was to make 70 cents a share.
If it didn’t break out, if there was no analyst upgrade then I would lose
10 cents a share. There was seven to one risk reward. That was a good
trade. As it turns out the analyst did upgrade it and the stock went up $2
a share. I underestimated how far it would go. I took my profits too
quickly. But I went in with a thesis and it worked out. Do that on every
single trade.

You have to resist the urge to over trade. Some of us are day traders in
here. Some of us are in the stock market. Whatever you are in, you have to
try and stay disciplined and I know it’s difficult because you have your
money in your accounts, you feel like it’s just sitting there and not doing
anything. Try and grow your account one trade at a time. See how it goes. I
like to think of myself as a retired trader and I know this is weird as a
full time trader and a trading coach, but by thinking of myself as a
retired trader who only comes out of retirement when there’s a good trade,
only if I’m like I have to trade this because if I don’t I’m going to
regret it. That brings me back into the market and that’s when I usually do
well. If I’m just bored and I’m like I’ve got nothing to do, there’s
nothing on TV, let me just bet $100,000 for the action. I know far too many
degenerate gamblers who are like that and that’s dangerous.

Student: What maybe pushes you over the edge when you [inaudible
00:27:40].

Tim Sykes: So YOD, one of my rules is to never guess on earnings ahead of
time. YOD is You on Demand. They’re an app maker for movies on demand in
China. And with their previous earnings calls, I know this is getting a
little technical for you non-traders, but previously they had always had
some kind of nice announcement with their earnings. And I was flying at the
time, I was traveling and I was like, you know what, I’m going to regret
this if they announce something big. I put in so much research, so much
time into this company that it owes me. And I got it. They didn’t’ announce
anything, the stock tanked and I lost a few thousand dollars and I did a
whole video lesson on it.

That’s the good thing these days that with my losses I make a video lesson,
I have a video lesson library of over 1700 videos; good trades, bad trades,
everything. And I waited for the right stock, unfortunately I broke my
rules. I went in before earnings. I guessed on news. I don’t want to guess
on news. That lowers my odds of success. The fact that I’m flying and that
I can’t even get out of the trade; actually they reported earnings and I
had a chance to get out but I was on a flight with no Wi-Fi.

So you need to put yourself in a position to make money. If you’re
traveling, if you don’t Wi-Fi, you’re just increasing your risk
dramatically and if you like that increased risk, which some people do
because they’re degenerate gamblers, that’s when the trouble starts. You
shouldn’t like risk, you shouldn’t like that uneasy feeling, will I make
money, will I not. If you treat trading in the stock market like a business
and you’re very meticulous, then you will do better. One more?

Student: So obviously you’re successful now and you’ve made millions,
but what drives you? What makes you get up every morning and stay up all
night.

Tim Sykes: Yeah, I mean, $16,000 like I said on a trade, fantastic. But
showing it in a video before I even made the trade, that’s fantastic
because again, I’m trying to change the finance industry, trying to get
respect for penny stocks, trying to get respect for my strategy, trying to
show that it’s possible to create millionaires from scratch, to breed them.
This is not an easy task to create a millionaire student. And I love that
challenge, you know?

For a very long time, I was like is this ever going to happen? I’ve been
teaching six years and no millionaires. And then two millionaires within a
few weeks of each other because they were gradually growing their account.
So I want to create more millionaires. Now the question isn’t, “Can you
create a millionaire?” It’s “How many can you create?” How many before
people start to say, you know what? Tim’s patterns, they might be worth it,
they might be worthwhile studying. Watching 1700 video lessons sounds
overwhelming. They’re only five minutes each. It’s a 140 hours.

That sounds overwhelming to people but once you see what the students can
do with it, looking in Tim Grittani’s eyes. Joey my filmographer and I we
went out to Ohio to witness Tim Grittani crossing a million dollars. And he
was so thankful. This is a kid who had $1500 to his name, three years
earlier. And now he has a million. Now he’s up to 1.7 million. Seeing how
my strategy has changed his life, that’s it. I want more of that. Thank you
guys. I appreciate it.

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