The Moon Landing Sucked Compared With THIS

Since partnering up with Unconventional Wealth Publishing LLC back in September and launching my new U.S.-based private equity firm PROX Capital Group with Adam, I have been in Baltimore around 50% of my time.

So I rented a very neat apartment by the water and brought my wife Julia and son Josh out for the new year.

We had a total blast! We took the Amtrak to New York to see Wicked on Broadway (it’s amazing!) and also spent a day in Washington, D.C., where we visited the White House.

We got ridiculously close — but not inside!

Believe it or not, I had never seen the White House before. It was surreal to be in front of it, reflecting on all the history that flows from there.

We also visited the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, located on the National Mall. Another amazing experience. It houses rockets and space craft from the Apollo missions of the 1960s and ’70s, including one of the actual lunar excursion modules that landed on the moon.

Lunar excursion module

Lunar excursion module — so cool!

This was a totally massive deal at the time.

When President Kennedy set NASA the goal of landing on the moon, the technology didn’t exist. It wasn’t even a dream — it was more of a total fantasy.

Yet NASA did it. On July 20, 1969. And then five more times through 1972.

It was an unbelievable achievement. To me, it’s the most difficult human achievement in the past 100 years — and that’s a big statement.

So this got me to thinking.

If we can follow a big dream and put a man on the moon, just how hard can it be to buy a business?

I’m not saying buying a business is a walk in the park. It takes time, commitment, passion, focus and discipline…

It also takes a tried-and-tested system. NASA had to create a system from scratch and modify it over and over again until they got it right, mainly through trial and error. People died in the process.

Fortunately, if you have a big dream of owning a business in 2020, I have a time-tested system that’s laid out inside of my Dealmaker CEO program. All you need to do is follow the training and do the implementation work I set out for you.

2019 was truly stellar for me — and I’m pretty sure 2020 is going to be even better.

More deals. More training programs and systems. More personal self-development with my mentor Tony Robbins.

And most importantly… more amazing time with my wonderful and supportive family.

Until next time, bye for now.

Carl Allen

Carl Allen
Editor and co-founder, Dealmaker Wealth Society