I Attended A Weekend Boot Camp Headed By Andrew Reynolds Where He Talked On Stage About Previous Successful Students Of His Cash On Demand Course…
Andrew Reynolds showed us a photo, up on the screen. He had taken the photo on a beach last year and it showed a beach-front house he’d rented.
Andrew told us he can be in his hotel room at the Waldorf Astoria, which is in New York, downloading his emails. He sends orders to a fulfilment house in the UK. The money simply enters his bank account.
Andrew Reynolds told us all how much he appreciates the freedom it gives him, running his business this way. Thanks to the technology that’s available today, the Cash on Demand system he showed us that weekend, allows such freedom. You can have a totally portable business.
He spoke to us about his mum and dad, how they eventually managed to get rid of the hardware shop and open a bed and breakfast. They didn’t have a pension fund, simply because they’d never had enough money left over to save towards a pension. So, his parents bought a lovely old cottage in the New Forest and opened it up as a bed and breakfast place.
His parents thought it would be a great life, but the business model was flawed right from the outset. Big heavy mortgage to pay, so you’ve got to get customers in the door. In your panic not to miss the chance of passing trade, you wait in. You stay indoors all day, looking out of the window, waiting for a customer to wander by, knock on the door and ask, “Can I have a room?”
The Cash on Demand system Andrew Reynolds taught us at the weekend gives you the freedom to run the business from virtually anywhere. It doesn’t matter if you go to New York, Las Vegas or if you’re on the Gold Coast of Australia. You can go anywhere on the planet…more-or-less…and run your business from there. There are no large overheads and if you want you can run your Cash on Demand business from home even.
You don’t have to wait in for customers. When Andrew Reynolds wants some money, he simply sets it uip to ask his customers for it. Andrew demonstrated how you do that, during the weekend.
A Cash on Demand business is far removed from being like his mum and dad’s business where they were slaves to it, because they had to wait in for customers.
And as Andrew Reynolds pointed out, you don’t have stock which means you don’t have to find large areas of space to store until customers buy. This is how Andrew Reynolds deals with stock for his customers. First, he waits for the orders to come in and then when he’s got the cash from his customers he creates the product. “Cash comes in, we create the product.”
Andrew Reynolds told us about fulfilment houses. He uses fulfilment houses, and they pack your product and send it to your customers. They do it all for you. You can literally send an email from Brisbane, for instance and they send products out to your customers in the UK.
I agreed with Andrew Reynolds when he said, he thinks it’s important to have freedom when running a business.
And as he explained you get the freedom to spend time with your family and friends. He’s got a friend in the States who says, “This is just the best business ever, because I’m the only dad that goes to my kid’s baseball thing. I’m the only dad that goes to the school meetings in the afternoons. I’m the only dad that can take all the holidays off when the kids are off, and we go and have some fun.”
And he can do all of that, because he runs this type of Cash On Demand business.
The income is just a means to an end, it’s so you do the more important things in life.
Andrew Reynolds went on to say how he hoped this is going to be a life changing event for us. He explained that a year ago he stopped doing live workshops. He got fed up doing them because of the 30 or so people in the room, only a couple of people actually took the action necessary to go ahead and make money.
Then Andrew proceeded to tell us about some of the people who were his Cash on Demand students who had taken action. He told us the results of some of these students.
There was a guy called Tim. He started his Cash on Demand business about four years ago after coming to a workshop. Spent five grand on training, and pulled in three million quid.
Next Andrew Reynolds talked about Nick. Nick was also at the boot camp. He started off same time as the other guy, Tim. They went to the same workshop. Nick has pulled in over a million pounds.
Another student of Cash on Demand, Simon Coulson. When Andrew Reynolds was in the gents toilets over in Atlanta for a seminar, an English guy came up to him and said, “You’re Andrew Reynolds aren’t you? You probably don’t remember but 2 years ago I came to one of your £5,000 training workshops. I bought some of your tapes.” Well, he went on to explain to Andrew that he’d been working for BT for something like 15 years.
He came to this workshop where Andrew Reynolds taught him to do some stuff. Simon Coulson took it away, tweaked it slightly and set up his own business.
In two years, he’s pulled in £700,000 selling eBooks. Product cost zero and £700,000 income. He’s gone from working for BT to pulling in over £700,000. He’s selling most of it in the States, so he wanted to shake Andrew Reynolds by the hand to thank him for starting him on the road to his Cash on Demand business.
Simon’s claim to fame is that he’s actually sold $1,000,000 worth of eBooks in two years since he came to one of Andrew Reynolds workshops.
So we knew at the Boot Camp the information Andrew Reynolds was giving us works. ]
And next, he asked where Pat Adams was in the room. And then Andrew told us Pat’s story…
Pat Adams told Andrew, “I want to thank you because I came to your very 1st workshop back in 1999 and now I’m running a full-time business.” In fact, this guy, Pat Adams is retiring in January. He sells DVDs. It ws just a little idea he got from attending that workshop and how he runs a full-time business from home.
As Andrew Reynolds was proving to us, there were people in that room who are making millions of pounds by using the same techniques he taught us over that weekend.
This is another student Andrew Reynolds told us about…He received an email from this guy, Dave. He was a bouncer, or had been. He originally made the decision to attend one of Andrew Reynolds £5,000 workshops on June 14, 2003. Dave said he was a part-time bouncer living in a rented council flat.
However, he didn’t roll out his first project until 2004. As he explained in his email to Andrew, “Unlike some of your other students, I’ve always been a one-man band and I came to a standstill a couple of times.”
As Andrew Reynolds said to us all in that room, “And that’s gonna happen to you. You’re going to start a project and it will meander off somewhere and you’ll discover it hasn’t worked. You’ll get a couple of false starts. What Dave’s saying here is, he came to a standstill a couple of times, but 18 months later, as he tells me in his email, (and Andrew went back to reading Dave’s email to us)…
“I now know what it’s like to bank £12,000 a month. I own and rent out two flats. I’ve sold another one, and I’m moving into a brand-new detached house with parking for 20 cars and tennis courts to the rear, which I will own outright by February of 2008. So thank you. Not just for the income and the doo-das that this business has brought me, but more especially for the person who I’ve become in the process.”
So there you have it…
A part-time bouncer living in a council flat made a lot of money just putting this stuff into action. He had nowhere else to go — he was living in a council flat — he had nowhere else to go with it but up.
And as Andrew Reynolds explained to us all at the Boot Camp, “This Cash on Demand stuff works if I can just find a way to get rid of the negativity that I used to experience at workshops where 2 out of 30 people would actually do something with the information. If I can find a way to overcome that this weekend, then I think there’s a huge amount of money for you to make”.