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First off.... Welcome!!!

You probably have a lot of questions. Please know that for any program questions you can email Marie Krebs at If you have a business or personal question, feel free to email or you can save your questions for the weekly live broadcast that Jared does every Monday at NOON eastern/9am Pacific for the Virtual Coaching Students. You can either have your name used live or you can ask to remain anonymous. 

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Lastly, make sure that you are subscribed to our YouTube Channel by CLICKING HERE to make sure that you get the latest free videos and content as we release them!

There are many things that we will be covering over the coming months and years, but you are probably wondering where you should start. The first thing you are going to want to do is master the Core 100. The Core 100 has the ability to create 350 transactions over the next 5-7 years, at a minimum, if you work it correctly. You watch the video at the Core 100 page by clicking HERE!

Once you master the CORE 100 it is important that you not only learn the program that all of our students follow... but that you actually implement it. That doesn't mean you are always going to FEEL like you want to but that is why THE MORNING ROUTINE  is so important. Success is not about doing what you feel like you want to do. It is about doing what others don't want to do so that you can enjoy the benefits that they don't deserve. Jerry Rice, one of the greatest football players of all time put it best when he said "today I will do what others won't so that tomorrow I can get what others can't."

It is imperative that you leverage the VC community and Jared (including the weekly call) to hold you accountable and ask your questions. Food does your body no good if you don't eat it and this program will do you no good if you don't implement it.

Lastly, something that Jared stresses everywhere he speaks and to his students is the importance of focusing on your B.U.T. (best use of time) and your not-to-do's. Different people are better at different things so while some of you may be great at blogging, others of you hate the idea of writing every day... that is ok. You will do better when you focus on what you like to do and are best at. Watch the video below to hear what Jared has to say on the subject.

Now get to work!