Go behind the curtain and see the inner-workings of a $1,000 sourcing trip.
In this article:
- The complete architecture of a $1,000 sourcing day. (With PDF download)
- My girlfriend reviews the “1k In A Day” video course (Spoiler: she hates it).
I realized there’s some “behind the scenes” elements to my 3 volume book sourcing video course / documentary.
Even though there is an insane amount of knowledge packed into this footage, after the course got finalized, I realized they still might leave people with some unanswered questions. Specifically: What happens before you go out book sourcing?
- Finding sources.
I’m talking about the “groundwork” of a successful book sourcing mission – the work that must be done before you hit the streets.
I think you can probably relate to what I’m about to say
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I realized when I filmed a $1,000 day that there was a risk of this.
So this report is to remove any questions about what it takes to get a mountain of resellable inventory in a single day.
While the course shows everything frame by frame, this is what happens before the camera starts rolling.
So here’s my free report: “Blueprint of a $1,000 Day.” (PDF: Download here)
My girlfriend reviews “Book Sourcing: 1k In A Day.”
I asked my girlfriend to review the final edit of the videos. My specific request was: “Please tell me if there’s any parts you think I should cut out.”
The following are verbatim quotes she gave at various points watching all 3 DVDs:
- “PLEASE redo this part. You look so fake. This is not you.”
(Regarding the introduction to the first module. In my defense, I was really sick.)
- “Everyone is going to hate you if you leave this in. This is terrible.”
(Regarding a part where I admit I’ve almost never had a real job, and don’t know what minimum wage is currently.)
- “PETER. Take that out. It’s not funny. Did you sell that book?!”
(Regarding a scene at the first source, where I find a very non-politically-correct book worth $17.)