I've done seminars on paper since 1982. I took a pause for a few years because my freestyle skiing and motocross racing took their toll on my heart. So, the last seminar was in July of 2000. Holding on to the podium to stand up during that last seminar, I was closer to death than anyone realized. Congestive heart failure or a stroke would have taken me in the next year. But, in 2001 I found a miracle cure and a surgeon that saved my life.* (see below)
I've been on the mend and my heart is in great shape. In that respect I can give seminars again, but my back doesn't want to cooperate. I sometimes wish I had never heard of freestyle skiing and motocross racing. Between the two I can hardly walk much of the time. It doesn't make standing for a five day seminar too attractive. But, I'm not done. I have more to teach and people who have begged for a seminar. I have ideas, techniques and ways to make money in paper that I want down in writing and on video. Then I can move on. And, I'm not sure I can do any more, so as for now this is likely the last seminar of this type I can give.
This seminar is the most advanced "Paper" seminar that has ever been taught. This isn't a be a "bird-dog" seminar teaching people to broker notes. This seminar teaches you how to buy, sell, trade, create, finance, refinance, and improve notes. There is not another seminar the same or even.... close. Most other seminars out there teach people just to bird dog notes. Students pay thousands and come out not hardly even knowing what a note is. This advanced seminar will teach you how to find, fund and purchase notes for your own portfolio. How to trade notes for real estate. How to improve notes. How to create notes to facilitate real estate transactions. This is paper as a career and retirement, not a low paid brokerage job as others teach.
So, this July I am doing the five day seminar that students have raved about (see http://www.papergame.com/comments.htm ). I just don't know if there will be any more. But, I will do this one and I will do it well. I don't need to do seminars so I do them my way - the way that works best. I limit the group. If I don't know everyone personally by the end of the seminar, then the group is too big. I see that limit as 30 people. That's it. I know I can make a change in the lives of 30 people. I can follow up with them and make sure that the seminar is worth a thousand times what they pay. Many people have expressed they would not sell their videos of the seminar for any amount of money. It's good. No doubt. I've been doing it a long time and I know what to teach, how to teach it and who to teach it to. This isn't 5 days of temporary hype or trying to up-sell many other seminars. You will get the best I have to give and it will be like taking a drink from a fire hose. Read through the comments and that should be clear.
You might not have heard of John Behle. That's simple. You hear about the wild promoters spending hundreds of thousands, even millions to proclaim to the world that they are wonderful but....... You don't always hear about those quietly making millions DOING IT. I've turned down infomercials from long before Carleton Sheets had ever heard of them. I don't want to be a part of that group and have never wanted to be a full time promoter. I enjoy the business too much to spend my life selling it and I don't like the atmosphere and antics of some of the promoters. I won't lie or stretch the truth to sell a course. I won't take someone's last dime. I won't sell my course to someone who has no capability of putting it to good use. And... the prices people charge are ridiculous.
I go overboard trying to be modest sometimes. Ok, most of the time. In almost ten years I have had this website, I have never even had my BIO or any personal information here. But, I realize I have kind of been on the sidelines for a while and I would hate for someone to miss out on a great opportunity because I don't like to stand on tables and yell how wonderful I am. So, for the first time on this website, I will put a BIO so you can see why I might have something valuable to say. To me though, the comments from students have always been more important. That's what really matters. And an internet search is also a good indicator. Search Google for "John Behle" and there are thousands of results without one negative one I have ever seen. I feel like a braggart saying that, but you need to make a decision.
So, the seminar is taking place and I don't know if there will be another. No games or marketing ploy. I just don't know what the future holds as far as my health, my pain levels and energy. It will fill up quickly. It is essential that those coming to the seminar have a chance to prepare. This is an advanced seminar that I teach to those who already have my video course. So, upon signup, a set of the video tapes will be in the mail. This 14 tape, 28 hour video course with a 500 page notebook is the ultimate course there has ever been on the subject of mortgage investment. After the seminar there will be personal follow up with me - and me only - no bait and switch. You will have my ear, my brain and my calculator at your disposal. Few people have had the experience and training in how to truly coach someone in a successful way as I have. I will personally follow up with your goals and your deals. These groups end up as tight groups too. They will all be a support to you as you go forward. Some of the best friendships and partnerships in the mortgage industry have come from these events.
I won't go into who I have taught and what they have accomplished. That is kind of a violation of privacy and can sometimes wound an ego or something. But a giant percentage of those successful in this industry either got their start through my seminars and books or at least were very substantially influenced. Since 1982 when "The Paper Game" was first published it has had a dramatic impact. The most remarkable part is that I haven't taught the tens of thousands that those who are into full time seminar promotion have taught, but I probably have more successful students than anyone. Some years ago I looked at a list of "Master Brokers" for an organization and I easily recognized over 25% were my students, though another group was taking credit. So basically, what I am saying is this is a good event. A great event, a powerful one. And possibly the last.
First let me explain something quite important. I teach material very different than anyone else. Most note educators teach how to broker notes. They leave important information on due-diligence, funding notes and creative ways to profit out. Most actually DO NOT KNOW what I'll teach you. They grew up as little note brokers and became bigger note brokers. They believe the measure of success is how many notes you broker. I believe it is how big your bank account is.
I teach how to invest in notes. How you can be an investor and funding source RIGHT NOW. How to make just as much profit on a day to day basis as a note broker with the long term profits of a note funder. That is if a note funder truly knew how to profit. Most don't. They clip coupons and have no idea what they have in their hands. They have the goose that lays golden eggs and they are collecting the feathers. Few could ever tell you the techniques you will learn from me. In fact, you will be many steps ahead of them and can end up buying notes from them and profiting or if you find one that is open minded, you might be able to teach him about golden eggs and profit together.
You will learn over 117 different techniques to profit with notes. You will learn how to fund notes. How to buy them with none of your own cash, yet own them, collect monthly profits and long term future profits. You will learn how to achieve incredible yields through short term windfall profits. You will learn how to buy a note with an acceptable yield and push it up to an incredible yield. All with none of your own money required.
The cost of the program is $2000. Far cheaper than almost anything out there. Why? I don't live off of seminars. I don't travel the circus circuit - the real estate evangelist circuit. I don't live off of seminars or book sales. My family eats and my business thrives with doing seminars. I never need to do a seminar again and if I do, I doubt I would do it for so little. Its more of a distraction than attraction. But, I really love the teaching. I feel kind of hollow inside without it. It brings out a part of my personality that I enjoy. I get a kick out of seeing the light in people's eyes glow brighter. Really, it actually tends to do that. The best example that describes the enjoyment I get came from a Vice President of Wells Fargo.
This long term banker named Don came up to me at the end of the first day and apologized to me. He said he was sorry if he appeared bored or distracted. He explained that he had a cold and was taking a lot of medicine. Combining that with some horrible "jet lag" and he was so tired he could hardly hold his head up. He wasn't bored, just un-believably tired. Don came up to me a couple days later. He apologized for walking around in the back of the seminar room. He said he couldn't sit down. He was so energized and his mind was so blown that he couldn't sit down. All of his years of banking and finance finally had a purpose and the applications for what he was learning were overloading his brain.
That's part of what I like. I like to turn on the light for people financially. I like to teach them the creative side of a business where they then have the edge over people with 20 years experience. My students come out knowing more about notes than most people have learned in their entire career in the business. I remind them that 20 years of experience for most people is just one years experience repeated over and over 20 times. And it is also 20 year old experience. My students come out having the edge over all the others in the industry because of their abilities to view things creatively, to fix problem notes. The graduates can see profit in problems and to find funding in ways that others do not know exist. They have a creative edge in knowledge and strategy. They thrive in a market like today's.
Another student helps explain some of why I do seminars. I was in San Diego. Sometimes we play a game. An interactive game where two teams buy a note from each other. I watch the people and sometimes give them feedback about their comments, participation and interaction. I gave David some feedback about the game and at lunch. I was bold in some of my feedback about his finances and how his life was playing out. He came up to me after everyone left and needed to talk more. He was worried about going home. He did not want to just go down the path that it was now clear that he was headed on. We talked a lot. I flew him out for a self development seminar that I felt would help him. In the long run, it made a huge difference in his life. If a student makes money, I'm pleased. If their life is better and happier for having shared some of what I have learned, then I am thrilled. Those are the letters that really count. To me finances and paper is just a game. Life and happiness is what truly matters. I try to build that into the seminars and I think it has worked out well. People go away more clear on their goals and how to achieve them. I am truly concerned about the future of my students. Some have become some of my best friends and people I highly respect and have learned a lot from. It's a great opportunity. I'm always amazed at some of the wonderful people I meet.
For those who already have the video course I will deduct $500 dollars from the price of the seminar if it is a legitimate course purchased through my office or one of the websites that I have dealt with. I can't honor illegal copies from some of the snakes that duplicate courses on eBay, etc. There are legitimate copies that have been sold on eBay, but we'll need to talk about the situation if you have a suspect course.
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