They say that your income is the average of your five closest friends

Do you have any friends in the top 1% guiding you? I mentor aspiring business owners. I have found no better way to launch a business. It is extremely low risk, and my mentor retired on it at the age of 29. Maybe you can save a muscle car with the spare time and money (I own My goal is to save 1,000 of them. We don't get paid unless you get paid, so we are selective about who we invest time in.

My personal plan is to have a whole collection of muscle cars

I don't want to choose between my children, so I will just take one of each. You have to work hard no matter what, so why set your goals low? I find that when I set my goals 10x higher than my peers, I don't care how hard it is or how long it takes, because the reward is there. That alone changes everything. You start looking for strategies and tactics with greater effect. I have been doing next to impossible things my entire life. I really don't know where the limit is, but I know I have never found it. I don't think it exists. I think it is all in your head. I think the biggest thing limiting you is your own beliefs.

My mentor retired at age 29, and I can show you exactly how he did it. Very few people in this world have both time and money, and it is completely stress-free. Everything I know, I learned from people that had done it before or thinking about my own goals. It is very simple. The people that know the most make the most. The difference between successful people and those that aren’t is that successful people set aside some time and make long term investments. They don't wait for a break. They get busy doing whatever they can.

If you follow conventional wisdom, you will get conventional results. You need uncommon wisdom to get uncommon results. Conventional wisdom is all about avoiding risk. However, you have to push your limits in order to grow. I made a list of everything I wanted 8 years ago. At the time, they all felt next to impossible. I remember 11 things on that list, and I now have 9. They were always in the back of my head. I would see opportunities and make decisions over the years that got me closer to my objectives.

This opportunity is one of them. I have found no better way to build a business, and it is one that I am comfortable teaching to other people. I am comfortable teaching it, because of the combination of how low the risk is and how big the opportunity is. You can also see results quickly. We are partnered with multiple Fortune 500 companies.
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Wealthy Mentors

This network has created more millionaires than anyone, but Microsoft. The best way to become one is to learn from someone who already is one. The problem is, how do you find them and get them to invest the enormous amounts of time it will require? The knowledge will go to waste if we don’t share it.



My mentor’s lifestyle is incredible, but what impressed me the most is the time that he has. And it is completely stress-free. He is able to stay at home with family, and he can do whatever he wants. Of course, he has an amazing home and cars too.



“Compound interest is the most powerful force in the universe” – Albert Einstein. “Compound interest is the eighth wonder of the world. He who understands it, earns it. He who doesn’t, pays it” – Albert Einstein. Do you have more liquid assets or debt? Are you earning it or paying it?

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Invest mostly time

We will provide the expertise and capital. I am a veteran entrepreneur myself, but I did it the hard way. My mentor’s way is much lower risk, and anyone with good character can do it. You already have the drive. You just need to be able to tolerate small risks and small failures. You can do it part time, while keeping your job.

“Whether you think you can, or you think you can't--you're right.”
- Henry Ford

Vesh Thakker, PhD, MBA

Rocket Scientist and Veteran Business Owner - Master of 7 Domains
Learn from people who already have what you want

I am not quite a rocket scientist, but I have spent over 15 years working on satellites. I spent most of the last 20 years at a top 5 engineering university and a top 5 aerospace company. I learned a lot by surrounding myself with the best. This time, I have found someone that really has what I want. My mentor has everything I want, especially the time.

One of the things I learned as an entrepreneur is that you have find people that have already done what you want to do, and learn as much as possible from them. It is pretty simple really. The people that know the most earn the most. Learning is exponential. The more you know, the more you get out of the next piece of information. All I have ever cared about was learning as much as possible as fast as possible, as you can see from my four college degrees. However, the stuff I learned outside of college was far more valuable.

  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  • Systems, Hardware, & Software Engineering

  • Owner, - Strategy, Digital Marketing, Finance, Management

"I only see my goals.
I don't believe in failure.
'Cause I know the smallest voices, they can make it major.
Pushin' each other to the limits, we were learnin' quicker."
- Lukas Graham, 7 Years