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Andrew Reynolds launching a brand new presentation at a private workshop

April 16, 2014

Andrew Reynolds: This is a brand new presentation that I put together that nobody has seen this before, so this will be interesting for both of us.

Just jot that down, “The life you have led in the past doesn’t have to be the only life you lead.”  If you take today as a cut off point, everything that has happened so far doesn’t have to be what is going to happen in the future for you.

People in the past that I have taught this to that have led a life up to the point they came to the workshop and learned my system and then it has totally changed their lives, they have gone on to do other things.  Nick I think somewhere, I saw Nick or was he outside?

Nick used to be a car park attendant.  Nick came to one of these, put the thing in place, went from being a car park attendant to, he was showing me this morning, he has just bought himself an Aston Martin DB7.  He’s gone from living in a grotty little two bedroom, two up two down place in Reading to a nice four bedroom detached house.

So he’s got that line, the life that he had before isn’t what he continued with once he had learnt this stuff.

There was a guy who wrote to me just before I did the boot camp at Wembley who used to be a nightclub bouncer living in a rented council flat.  He has now just about himself a nice four bedroom detached house with parking for 20 odd cars, tennis courts, and all that sort of thing.  He is bringing in about 12 grand a month, it has totally changed his life, and he used to be a nightclub bouncer living in a council flat.  He drew a line; he said “That’s the life I’ve led in the past that is not the life I am going to lead in the future.” He has totally changed his life.

There was a guy who used to run a computer shop, does anybody run a retail store here?  Any retail business?  One guy, what retail business are you in?  Sports, there is a few quid in sports actually, you’ve got disgraceful margins in sports, makes mine look quite humble.

PCs, selling PCs the mark up on PCs for an independent retailer, tiny little margins.  This guy he used to phone me up and we would have a chat and I would say “How are you getting on?”  “Andrew it’s bloody haemorrhaging money again” every week he was losing money in this PC business.

We showed him a few years ago the cash on demand system; we showed him how to sell a particular piece of software using the techniques I am going to show you today.  In his first 12 months he took 300 grand selling this piece of software.  He actually got rid of his PC business ever so fast, he sold it on to some other mug.

So he took the view what I have done before I am in the PC business, no I am not, let’s draw a line there, and let’s start a new life.  Using this stuff I am going to teach you today.

Andrew Reynolds: Ex BT Engineer, a guy working for BT 15 years, thought “I don’t want to do this anymore” drew a line, learnt this stuff, now pulled in over a million quid.

So the stuff I am going to teach you today has the ability for you to draw a line in the sand and say “That is how I used to live, this is the new life I am going to lead.”

These are just ordinary people.  Andrew Reynolds is just an ordinary bloke.  All these people, we talk about all these millions of quid, we are just ordinary people.  It is just that we have found a particular system like a recipe for making a whole load of money.  And we’ve applied that to give ourselves a different lifestyle.

Andrew Reynolds became a self-made Millionaire at the age of 45 after starting a small business in his spare room at home - and became a Multi-Millionaire by the time he was 50, using a technique for making money that he shares in his book, Copy This Idea.

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