Last week, I had the opportunity to travel to the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee to participate in a Mastermind with my business partner and fellow entrepreneur Carl Allen.
It was the Todd Brown Top One Mastermind.
Three days in a couple of stunning cabins locked together with some of the savviest minds in business, trading their best ideas, networking and developing relationships to add value for subscribers like you.
These are people who have helped build empires, including someone who was just recognized on Inc.’s 5,000 Most Successful Companies in America list — at 281.
In this room — full of 40 people I didn’t know — lay the potential for wealth and prosperity.
You see, Unconventional Wealth is all about exploring opportunities unknown. I’m not content with just living an ordinary life.
I want to live an extraordinary life.
Imagine — a world in which you are free from financial constraints. Your family and friends are well taken care of and you’ve built a legacy for your children, grandchildren and beyond.
That’s what we do here at Unconventional Wealth.
Whether it’s building relationships with top experts to bring you insider knowledge — like dealmaker Carl Allen, global real estate scout Ronan McMahon or your editor-in-chief Ryan Cole.
Or partnering with great businesses that work tirelessly to develop and provide vehicles to build true and lasting wealth — like Hard Assets Alliance, JustCollecting, Masterworks and more…
And as captain of the ship, I continue to beat the doors down on folks who I think can bring you even better, even more unconventional strategies to expand your economic horizons.
Like Todd Brown, one of the preeminent authorities on marketing and scaling businesses. I was excited to be among the impressive array of people in his Top One group.
We spent most of Thursday morning discussing something that comes up a lot in business — and in life.
Pursuing the next idea, moneymaking strategy or promise… all without finishing the first thing you were focused on.
Worrying so much about becoming a jack-of-all-investing… that you split your focus on too many things and “master” nothing.
If that sounds familiar to you, you’ll want to pay attention to this key takeaway from this event.
There are two main components that drive a business — or any endeavor — forward: the strategy… and the execution.
Look, I tell people all the time… There have been a billion billion-dollar ideas. Yet I don’t see a billion billionaires out there.
Ideas are cheap — the execution is what matters.
And execution isn’t something that needs to — or should — be done alone. It’s important to find partners who share your vision.
Because knowing where you want to go is often the easy part. The struggle is in getting there.
That’s why we’re happy you’re here — to help you find your personal path to prosperity through the research that Unconventional Wealth provides.
We will show you strategies others won’t — or don’t know — to discover wealth strategies hidden from you until now. To explore opportunities unknown.
And we’ll find experts who have mastered the execution of these strategies to show you the way. Or we’ll try them ourselves so you can learn from our mistakes and, hopefully, successes.
We’re your partners.
Over the coming weeks and months, we will continue to spend an incredible amount of effort (and capital) pursuing research that will put more money into your pockets. Our mission, your success.
And nothing is going to stop us.
We will continue working tirelessly to find the best, most unconventional ideas — ideas that could change your life.
And nothing is going to stop you.
Publisher, Unconventional Wealth
P.S. Teaming up with Carl is one of the greatest deals I’ve ever done. His business buying courses are designed so precisely so people like you can benefit. Go here to learn the strategies you need to execute your business-buying dreams.
Adam Markley is the publisher of Unconventional Wealth and the financial strategy director for Agora Financial. In his career, he’s been involved with or touched nearly 500 businesses across a wide range of industries. Which means he’s seen plenty of what works — and more of what doesn’t.
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