From A Life Flight To Flight School — A Land Geek Student Case Study
Erik Peterson hijacks this week’s Round Table and he brought along a special guest who happens to be a former Flight School student and current coaching client.
Joining Erik for this special Grill The Geek episode are:
- Scott Bossman
- Mike Zaino
- Mimi Schmidt
And last, but not least, we welcome Sid Christensen to the show!
I ended up breaking my leg on a snow bike and I work construction so it’s very important to be able to walk around. But also, I was laying in the snow thinking about what I could do as I’m waiting for the life flight helicopter to come pick me up. I thought well, now I can look into that land thing…
That was just the beginning of his Sid’s journey into land investing and he’s here to fill in the rest.
Sid, who still works a full-time job, tells the team how he finds the time to work on the business with a family and a job. He also talks about his experience in Flight School and how coaching has helped him grow his business.
At first I was worried if it was going to work for me. But eventually I started seeing those little wins, those little successes, and that’s what keeps me motivated to keep moving forward.
Then the team gets serious and rolls up their sleeves for a special, Grill The Geek session!
Listen in as the team fires one question after another at Sid who fires the answers right back at them, like a pro! Find out:
- His why and how it motivates him
- Where he is now in comparison to a year ago
- How much his positive nature plays into his success
- How he stayed consistent
- His biggest achievement — roadblocks he overcame
- The hardest and best parts of the business
- Favorite deal and numbers
- His experience in the VIP room at Bootcamp
- His average acquisition cost
- Number of terms/cash deals
Sid also gives advice for someone who is just getting started or thinking about getting started, then shares his goals for 2020.
Sid’s dad instilled into him, that you can do anything if you just put your mind to it and if something doesn’t work, figure it out. That trait, mixed with his positive nature, will take him as far as he wants to go in this business.
Special thanks to Erik Peterson for being an awesome host and we certainly hope it won’t be his last time!