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  • I returned home from Dan Pena’s Castle Seminar in December of 2018.
  • I was sleeping on my grandma’s pullout couch in my early months – building my deal team and looking for deals… thanks grandma!
  • I leveraged everything I had to get started.

Grandma's pull-out couch


  • In August of 2019, we purchased a manufactured housing community in the Omaha, Nebraska area. 
  • This first deal put me in a MUCH better place in terms of my net worth.

Former apartment complex in Omaha


  • In November of 2020, we purchased a professional plumbing service company and its real estate with a great 25 year history and great clients.
  • Now, I am living in a fairly upscale apartment in Tampa Bay. 
  • This is only the beginning for me. Much more to follow…

The view from my new apartment in Tampa

All this is great But, but It is the relentless action
and NEW CASHFLOW I am most proud of...

All this is great But, but It is the relentless action and NEW CASHFLOW I am most proud of...


Let me say this first: Other instructors in this space of small cap M&A (deals under $50M) focus on the wrong things. Although, some of them are better than others. 

But, some of them have never bought a 7-figure company themselves. 

We blow everyone else out of the water with our program for a multitude of reasons (more honesty, slightly lower investment cost, way better information, and more (and even more that is hard to explain on a webpage)). 

Notably, our program has two key differences from ALL the rest:

Difference #1: structure of your M&A Deal Team: 

Your deal team should be comprised of (a.) an industry expert (years of operational experience in your industry), (b.) an audit or M&A accountant who has experience in verifying earnings & the valuation of assets, is experienced with tax structures, and is experienced with structuring deals, and (c.) an M&A lawyer (who you can pay in “subsidiary equity” for contract work for your first deal or make an arrangement to pay from the cashflow of the business in the first year after the date of closing). 

Why do you have your in-house M&A lawyer and audit accountant do the work instead of big firms? Because if you pick the right people like we teach you in this program, (1) they are just as qualified. And, (2) they have skin in the game with you because you just gave them free founder’s equity. Your incentives are aligned with them, and your M&A lawyer isn’t going eye gouge you on fees. More than likely, he will give you a discount and you can pay him in subsidiary equity or future cashflows of the business, similar to a payment plan (just take it from the cashflow of the business as an expense in the first 2 yrs). 

Your in-house advisors also have their reputation on the line. If they screw up, it is totally on them, and it can come back to haunt them. They are apart of your team and will “feel it” if they make a mistake, and the venture isn’t successful. They are more likely to be honest and less “money hungry” for fees like a big accounting or law firm because you just GAVE them free founders equity and they are on YOUR team. 

Also, you develop lasting relationships with your team members, vs. someone you may never see again at a law or accounting firm. Once you build that relationship, they are more likely to bring you deals, introduce you to other executives, investors, do better work for you, etc.

I know because this happened to me and many of my clients. 

The big law and accounting firms tried to eye gouge me on fees, and my in-house professionals were more valuable than they were. There is a time and a place for these big firms (i.e. big deals… we’re talking $10M plus).

continuing… Each deal team member will receive an equity stake of TopCo, and will receive dividends when the business cashflows. 

We don’t recommend “over financing” the deal for director bonuses. We don’t recommend director bonuses in your company’s early years, period (unless someone does something extraordinary). You’ve given them the free-founders equity already. 

“Over financing” should be used only in cases where you think you are going to need more working capital — not “pocket money” or bonuses for you or your deal team for standing around doing nothing.

Salaries may become appropriate way down the road after many acquisitions, but that means you are making a lot of money and can afford it by then, and thus, that is an easy decision (so idk why we get so many questions on it, but we do). 

Notice how small this M&A team is (3 advisors/team members). This is key.

Why in the hell would you bring on 5 – 10 people? It will be a part-time job just managing the egos of these people.

Why, right from the beginning, would you put yourself at a disadvantage like that, where there are 5 or 8 or 10 white-collar professionals wanting to get paid, and 1 of you?

Why, at your lowest point (right when you start and have no leverage) would you give away a ton of TopCo equity to people you really don’t know, in hopes that they will perform?

Listen to this: They are LESS likely to perform if you bring on 6 – 10 people like some of the other people instructing in this space propose. It becomes a “country club,” as the PE and investment titan Carl Icahn (worth 16B) has said for years. I’ve tried this method, so I feel you should probably listen to what I am saying, or fail at your own peril.

I wish someone would have told me this earlier.

Is your chairman or any of these “board members” (as other people call it) going to call banks?

Are they going to call motivated sellers?

Are they going to bring you deals?

Are they going to visit acquisition targets with you?

The answer is 95% “no.” And that is why you only need the 3 roles I mentioned.

Anything more and you run the risk of being less productive, too bureaucratic, and wasting a ton of time with people who may not care if you buy a good company or not, who may not care if they do good work for you or not.

With a smaller deal team, you’re able to control things better.

Not saying it is just sunshine and rainbows. You may have to get rid of a deal team member, but you are in a better position to do that with a smaller deal team (fewer critical “eyes” on you). 

Once you get in the program, you’ll see how easy it is to acquire a new accountant, or lawyer, or industry expert. 

Also, the bigger the deal team, the more likely for you to get kicked out after a great acquisition or two.


You bring on more deal team members after YOU get more power and after YOU have more leverage to attract better people, for less of a price. 

Now, in this program, we give you all the tools to create a large deal team right off the bat, but we don’t recommend it for the reasons discussed herein. 

Difference #2: Our program puts a larger emphasis on being more discerning on good vs. bad deals (… knowing your shit)

Some of you don’t take this seriously, or you just don’t really understand how important this is.

Hardly anyone talks about this either. 

I recently heard of a “famous” deal maker (who you’ve probably heard of if you are reading this…) having to put one of his recent healthcare acquisitions through near bankruptcy because he “Ran Towards the Sound of Gunfire,” but he forgot to bring his M16, and on top of that, the other side had tanks and air support. 

I do not have a problem with running towards the sound of gunfire. I think it is something you must do if you wanna be successful. 

But, to do things just because other people want you to do them, or to do things that probabilistically won’t work out, that is just plain stupidity. 

When walking into bar or club, acting as if every girl has the same level of attractiveness is non-sense to me. Yet guys in this industry brag about the amount of deals that get done, not the quality of the deals. 

They don’t talk about how the acquisition is performing 3 – 5 years after. Is it losing money? Is it a headache? Is it taking up 2 – 4 hours of your time per day? Is it a bad business? Is it not able to service its debt payments? Etc. 

Anyone can do a bad deal. But, this program is about getting very rich. 

So, if you want to just get a deal done, any deal, then perhaps this program isn’t for you… To be frank, you’re going to have a hard time if that is your attitude toward M&A (virtually all of these characters end up bankrupt or no one will lend them money or invest anymore). 

Telling you this isn’t sexy. Passing on deals isn’t sexy. Telling your deal team members or your investors that you are passing on a deal in due-diligence isn’t sexy. But it must be done if you want to get really rich. 

But again, if you just wanna go do deals, you don’t need my help. There are tons of deals out there. There are also quite a few potholes, sinkholes, land mines, and atomic bombs. 

But, what do I know, a deal is a deal, right? You can’t go bankrupt using 80% to 100% leverage, no way!

^^ If you don’t believe that, then this program is likely for you. Keep reading.




The Intro: Creating Wealth Through Buying Businesses

$500 VALUE

Module 1: Everything You Need to Know About Picking an Industry and Creating a Bulletproof Investment Thesis So Your Growth Potential Isn't Slowed or Unprofitable

$2,000 VALUE

Module 2: Everything You Need to Know About How to Recruit a World-Class M&A Team WITHOUT Wasting a Ton of Time or Equity

$4,000 VALUE

“If I have seen further than other men, it is by standing upon the shoulders of giants.” – Sir Isaac Newton

Module 3: Everything You Need to Know About Recruiting World-Class Accounting Representation So You Are Strongly Protected While Avoiding Exorbitant Fees (What Matters vs. Fluff & BS)

$2,000 VALUE

Module 4: Everything You Need to Know About Recruiting World-Class Legal Protection for Your First Transactions

(Including What Few Know and No One Will Tell You So You Avoid Paying Exorbitant Fees)

$2,000 VALUE

Module 5: Cultivate Endless Deal Flow in an Efficient Matter, Fluff & BS vs. What Works (Arguably the Most Important Thing)

$4,000 VALUE

Module 6: Analyzing Investments, Business Valuation, and Performing Due-Diligence: What You Need to Know to be Successful (Go to the Vault for More on This)

$4,000 VALUE

Module 7: How to Negotiate Price and Terms with Sellers Like a Veteran Dealmaker

$3,000 VALUE

Module 8: How to Sell Your Deals to Banks and Get Lenders Competing to Finance Your Acquisition (Including the Seller)

$5,000 VALUE

Module 9: Everything You Need to Secure an SBA 7(a) Loan for Your Acquisition (for US Only)

$500 VALUE

Module 10: How to Raise Equity (Cash) the Right Way So You Can Close on Grade "A" Companies that Will NEVER Offer You Significant Seller Finance Because They Can Command Cash From Other Buyers

$4,000 VALUE

Module 11: Transitioning to Ownership, Operations, and Scaling Your Business

$3,000 VALUE

Free Bonus #1: Jason's LEGAL Vault


NOTE: Most of these legal docs were drafted by an M&A lawyer who was Ivy League trained and has worked for big firms on deals in private equity & venture capital and closed well over 100 deals worth over $35 billion dollars.

Brighter Living Properties (First 7-Figure Deal):

Brighter Utilities (Second 7-Figure Deal):


Free Bonus #2: Jason's Vault of Recorded Calls and Webinars / Case Studies with Other Acquisition Entrepreneurs


Free Bonus #3: How to Succeed As a Founder


Free Bonus 4: Monthly Zoom Calls with Jason and Other Acquisition Entrepreneurs


Past Zoom Calls:

Free Bonus 5: Get Access to the Members-Only Group to Connect with Jason and Acquisition Entrepreneurs Across the Globe

(Post Questions to Jason and Others, Post Deals You Have Questions On, Deal Structures, Hot Industries, etc.)


Free Bonus 6: Real-Time Accountability/Progress Tracking W/ All members of the program to create internal competition and to "Hard drive" results.


Entrepreneurs need to tap into their competitive spirit and be results oriented to achieve "hard drive"












The answer is yes, there are approximately 12 million businesses that you can purchase in the United States alone. There are tons of baby boomers out there that need (or will need) an exit! Here is how the California Association of Business Brokers sees it in a recent article they posted (this is copied word for word so you know I didn’t misconstrue their words).

The Baby Boomers (about 70,000,000 of them) are poised to make a great impact on the American economy.

  • Retiring Boomer business owners will sell or bequeath $10 trillion worth of assets over the next two decades.
  • These assets are held in more than 12 million privately owned businesses.
  • More than 70 percent of these companies are expected to change hands.
  • The sale of almost 12 million businesses over the next 10 to 15 years represents a significant increase in the annual number of businesses that will be sold (addition: this is the best scenario for us buyers of businesses… high supply, and low demand!!).
  • The 12,000,000 businesses likely to change hands over the next 10-15 years might involve a large number of boomer-to-boomer sales.
  • Ironically, now small business ownership is seen as much more safe and secure than working for a large company.
  • So, in the coming decades, not only are we likely to see millions of Baby Boomers selling businesses they now own, we will also see additional millions of Boomers (who’ve spent their lives working for someone else), buying businesses. The next two decades will see a significant increase in the number of small and mid-sized businesses being bought and sold by Baby Boomers, in addition to the other generations of Americans that business brokers regularly deal with.

Here is the link to the full article.

You read that correctly. There will be so many companies for sale in the coming years, so much so that baby boomers (one of the greatest, most pro-business generations) are going to buy MORE companies.

There has never been an opportunity like this for a young acquisition entrepreneur!

10 trillion dollars worth of assets will change hands! Motivated sellers left and right! 12 million privately owned businesses up for grabs. And in the majority of cases, the kids don’t want to take over the family business anymore! Absolutely crazy.

I know I am going to take advantage rather than sitting on my ass.

No, you do not need cash of your own to buy a company. You can raise a small down payment from an equity investor or you can use seller finance/seller equity. 

Yes, it is easier to buy anything when you have more money. This idea has been floating around that it is easier to buy a business with less money in your bank account because you can just use seller finance. Again, a completely asinine idea probably started by someone who isn’t actually buying companies. More money/net worth means you have a better credit rating, more collateral, more money to put down, more money to invest in the company, more money to travel to see business owners, more money to focus on acquisitions 100% of the time – the list goes on. But most of all, you just have more leverage with everyone in life when you have more money (including bankers, sellers, investors, and even employees). You are just more attractive to everyone when you have more money.

But this doesn’t mean you need to be rich to get started towards your path to massive wealth. The worst thing you can do is not get started today. 

No, this program is not for people with low energy or those who cannot communicate in a respectable manner. It takes a strong-willed person to make this program work. No results are guaranteed. This program is for people who are willing to put in the work, take some risk, tackle problems when they arise, and self-generate success. 

Yes. You can view the legal agreement at the bottom of the page. 

Refund and Return Policy:

You agree that all purchases made with us are final. Given the confidential and privileged information contained in the program (see curriculum) and services provided by Jason Paul Rogers and Stress Becomes Power Inc., we have a strict zero refund and return policy. You agree when transacting with and ultimately purchasing from Stress Becomes Power Inc., Jason Paul Rogers, and/or any services provided by Jason Paul Rogers, that any/all transaction(s) or purchase(s) are final, and non-refundable.

If you are a person that frequently gets refunds or backs out of commitments, then you are probably not a good fit for this program. This program works best for committed entrepreneurs with no backup plan. Furthermore, we have one of the least expensive products in this space (about the same price as a community college or university course, with at least 10X the value of a community college or university course). Because our program is less expensive than others and more valuable, fraudulent activities take place when we allow refunds. For that reasons and the others mentioned here, we don’t allow refunds.

Yes. Although this isn’t ideal, there are a few reasons why one would do this.

(1) You have a 5 – 10 year window to start buying companies from baby boomers. Baby boomers will continue to retire rapidly during the next 5 – 10 years. The sooner you get into buying and selling companies the better. Indeed, there are TONS of opportunities right now! Other people are realizing those opportunities! That could be you! 

(2) You will never lose access to the program. If you invest in the program, the program is yours. We suggest people get through the program as quickly as possible so they are confident and well-equipped when starting the process. But, you can certainly invest in the program now and run through it and then circle back on it later when you are more prepared to take action, follow the process, and make your first acquisition. Maybe you are in school. Maybe you are in a less than ideal living situation or financial situation (FYI we do not suggest people who are in debt to buy this program or any program out there – get yourself out of debt first). Maybe you are moving or are going through some sort of career change. Whatever it is, you don’t have to start taking action tomorrow in this program – although we recommend it strongly. We have seen people take the long-term approach and still be successful. Lastly, we hope, if you are in that long-term boat, that by going through the program we can help you speed up the process of getting to your first acquisition whether by motivation, confidence, or using the business knowledge presented in the program to propel yourself to a place to where you are prepared to begin taking action. Again, ideally, we recommend you come right out of the gate swinging, but we understand that everyone is in a different situation in their life. 

(3) You will get access to all updates to the program. This means, that as I myself and my clients buy more companies, we will continue to add what works best. And we won’t be adding content from the beach or from a rented vacation home like some of the “gurus.” We add content from the trenches.

(4) We reserve the right to (and very well may) increase the price of the program as we do more deals and our students do more deals. As anything in life, when you get more successful and generate more results, you have the liberty to increase your prices – another perfect reason why you need to start now so that you can get to that point. It works the same with buying companies – when we started we went after smaller deals and we had to “sell” more to banks and sellers because we were the new, unproven kids on the block. Now, we still go after some smaller deals when they make sense, but we also go after larger deals simply because we have the competence, confidence, and experience to do so.

This program can be applied to virtually all sectors – but will be most successful in growing industries that lack a plethora of buyers. From online stores to landscaping companies to funeral homes – there are many options. This program is easiest to execute in service-based industries, given the multiples are lower and access to financing is easier because there is a higher debt service coverage ratio… because the multiple is lower. But, we are speaking very general here. This doesn’t apply to every situation.

Lastly, this program is harder to execute in real estate industries because (1) there are more buyers, and (2) buying hard assets is equity capital intensive. This means, you will need to have access to equity (either your own cash or investor capital) to do even small-sized real estate deals. If you don’t have access to 6-figures in equity, then real estate is not the quickest way to Rome. Although, you can buy real-estate on the side with the cashflow of other businesses to diversify and multiply your money.

Yes and Yes. 

Read the question above titled “Are there enough businesses for me to buy.” You’ll see that you can become a great asset to a company in the next 10 – 15 years if you understand how to buy companies from retiring baby boomers (or any business owner). 

If you already own a company, even better. You are actually better positioned than anyone to make an acquisition. Chances are you have more than enough money to buy a medium sized company easily and you’ll have a lot more leverage all around including when building an M&A team, talking to motivated sellers, during due diligence period, getting the financing, running the company, valuing prospective companies, etc. 

When you are younger (in your 20s), you have less responsibilities, less risk, and more time to learn than when in your 40s. However, when you are older, you likely have more experience, more savvy, and perhaps – more money. Assuming you’re not in debt, the perfect time to start is now.

Yes, Jason makes himself available to those who buy this course. 

With the Gold Package (which is the more popular package) there is a members-only Facebook group where other Acquisition Entrepreneurs and Jason answer questions, help with strategy, and comment on any deals you want feedback on. This is provided as a bonus to you free of charge. Also, Jason does a monthly Zoom call with members in the program. This is also provided to you as a bonus free of charge. You will get access to all recordings of past Zoom calls upon investing in the program.

If you have questions and you are not yet a member of the program, you can email info@jasonpaulrogers.com or join our public Facebook group called Acquisition Entrepreneurs.


I didn’t have any M&A experience when I started. I don’t have an MBA and I wouldn’t recommend you waste your time, when this single program is probably better than you course These two things do not heavily predict success with this program or entrepreneurship in general when starting out. 

Mergers and acquisitions is alive and well in nearly all countries (certainly western culture  / capitalistic countries). M&A is absolutely vital to an economy. Businesses exchange hands constantly. Every business owner has a life cycle. At some stage, everyone exits. 

The only countries we know of that this program does not really work in is Russia and North Korea – and some other authoritarian countries. Most of our clients are in the US, CAN, UK, AU, or somewhere in Europe.

If you won’t bet on yourself, I wouldn’t either. 

Furthermore, skin in the game is one of the many factors that predicts success. Knowing that, getting this program for free/payment plan/payback later would make you less likely to succeed, and then I wouldn’t be doing my job. I would be setting you up for failure if I allowed this. Sacrifice is necessary on the road to success. People who have skin in the game are more serious, and I only want to work with people who are serious about reaching their potential. Furthermore, I won’t comprise others in the program by letting in people who aren’t serious. By the way, I’ve invested more than 20 times what the cost of my Gold Program is on mentorship & education. 

I won’t accept equity in your company either. I will show you how I distributed my equity (I have now done this twice, because I have two different consolidation firms), but I will not be accepting any, even if you offer. Running my two consolidation firms and this program is more than enough on my plate.

Two important questions. 

(1) If you have been a salesman in your career already, then you are perfect for this program. You must be a decent communicator/salesman to be successful with this program. Of course, it is better if you are a good communicator/salesman. Do you have to be a great salesman/communicator? No. Do you have to be able to speak in public? Certainly not – and you can slowly learn this over time. Is this something that must come inherently to you? Certainly not. I used to be a terrible communicator. Being a good communicator/salesman only takes practice – that is the secret. Practicing your pitches, presentations, cold outreach. Continually getting better. Pretty soon, you will not have to practice at all or very little because it becomes second nature. 

(2) You must be able to read and write in a proper manner, whichever language your country speaks. Do you have to be Shakespeare? NO. However, you must be able write with either a strong high school or undergrad writing level. Otherwise, board members, sellers, bankers, etc. will be repelled by you. They all use proper grammar. So, you do the same. It is as simple as that. 

Not sure why this is a question, but we get it sometimes. How did Warren Buffett and all the private equity titans get to be billionaires?: By buying businesses. In a capitalist country like the US or the UK, businesses reap virtually all the rewards. It should be clear how you make money as an owner of company, but I will give you a quick summary. You are probably overthinking it if you are asking this question. 

(1) The cashflow or earnings of the company go to you – and any other equity holders of the company (we teach you to be the majority 50.1%+ stakeholder).

(2) You can sell the company or a part of it. 

(3) You can refinance the debt of the company and “take money out.” This is similar to over-financing the deal off the bat, where you could also pull money out for you, your directors, or your shareholders (although not recommended if you are highly leveraged).

(4) You can make a lot of money by growing the company’s sales (kind of an obvious point that is sometimes not focused on).

(5) You can “over finance” a deal with excess “working capital” – something we share with you how to do – and pay yourself, as well as your team (only if it makes sense in the scenario… some deals are tighter and this is never something that you will be required to do, it is just something you can do if the situation permits to break a little bread with your advisors).

Why is our price lower than the rest despite the better quality & Quantity?

First, we don’t have to charge stupid rates like others because we have no private jets or Lambo’s in our marketing budget. We spend money on things that cash flow, so that we don’t have to break your bank (unlike certain people on the internet, who don’t practice what they preach).

Second, simply put, we care more than others in this space. We want the price to be reasonable (too much and it isn’t affordable to young hustlers ready to start buying companies… too little and it doesn’t filter out those that aren’t serious, and there isn’t enough skin in the game to produce action). 

We provide real insight that comes from OUR OWN experience in trying a variety of different techniques and strategies that have somewhat been adapted from many successful business people.


Entrepreneurs without skin in the game or a few scars here and there aren’t usually successful.

When you look at the most successful people in this world, they all had and still have massive skin in the game with their endeavors.

Donald Trump: (I don’t care about his politics, or if you are political) He is willing to work all day. He is willing to put massive amounts of his own money at risk to be successful and see his projects succeed.

Bill Gates: Dropped out of Harvard to move to Albuquerque and start Microsoft. His family was pissed. He never “believed in weekends” until he left Microsoft.

Elon Musk: After selling Zip2 and PayPal, Musk had about $200M… Years later, he was borrowing money from friends for rent because he put all of his money into SpaceX and Tesla, doubling, & tripling down after seemingly big failures. How did that work out?

Warren Buffett: Like Trump, he works all day (that is another form of skin the game too, by the way). He bought a Dale Carnegie course when he was around 20 yrs old for $100 because he knew he was an “inept” communicator. That $100 in 1950 is now worth $1,080 today because of inflation. He still calls it his single greatest investment.

After attending Columbia, Buffett went home to Omaha in 1950 to sell stocks as a broker, but he was still a terrible communicator even after college: “I knew that I had to be able to speak in front of people… So again, I saw the ad in the paper and went down to sign up; but this time (note about this story: Buffett didn’t show up for the course the first time he signed up because he was too nervous), I handed the instructor $100 in cash. I knew if I gave him the cash I’d show up.” – Warren Buffett

That last part is important. Warren knew he needed that skin in the game to force himself to do it. He needed momentum. He knew he needed his back against the wall to get out of his comfort zone. He knew it could change his life. And it did.

If Warren Buffett (who would be worth over 140 billion right now if he hadn’t given so much to charity) needed skin in the game to show up for a public speaking/communication course, then so do you and I

If all these ultra successful entrepreneurs needed skin in the game, then so do you and I.

It fucking works. And I wish I knew it sooner. 

The prices at the bottom of the page are just not a lot of money in the world of business.

We’ve heard some of our members say that the price is extremely cheap. While, a few of you reading this will say (though we never really hear this) that it is too expensive.

Those that say it is too expensive will probably never pay the price of success. If you can’t spend that much to get the right information and invest in yourself or your business, you’re unlikely to take the action necessary to make successful acquisitions. 

Just keeping it real with you. These people who are saving every dime don’t have the confidence to bet on themselves today knowing there is a chance of failure tomorrow. What a sad story.

“Old men are always advising young men to save money. That is bad advice. Don’t save every nickel. Invest in yourself. I never saved a dollar until I was forty years old.” – Henry Ford

Again, this is Henry Ford. If Henry Ford needed to invest every dollar in himself until 40, then so do you and I. It’s good enough for me, at least. 

Some people just don’t get that time is enemy of us all. That is why I got mentors. That is why we all get mentors. 

Having to spend a small fee ensures everyone on the monthly Zoom calls has enough invested to work hard, study the material, and take action. This results in the live calls being insightful, lively, and productive.

Speaking of fees, if we raised the fee, it would probably make our clients more successful. 

What if we made the price 10k or 20k? Would you take more action having purchased after buying at 20k? The answer is certainly yes.

With more on the line, one tends to be more likely perform.

A raise in the price would certainly filter out the committed from the uncommitted, the men from the boys.

We’ll see, but prices won’t stay the same forever.

I am not trying to be a hard-ass.

But, I am trying to get you to take the “red pill” (of reality and truth) like Neo in “The Matrix.”

I want you to see things for what they truly are. And the reality is, this program is the cost of a community college course. Anything less, and the buy-in isn’t great enough for you to start taking action and implement the course. Anything less, and you aren’t signaling to me that I should work with you within this program.

People spend 200k on stupid degrees from these big bureaucratic organizations called universities, only to not use any of the information later in life. So forgive me if I want you to make a small investment in yourself. 

During all those university classes (paying for tuition, room and board, & wasted time) no one ever told me that in the real world, especially in business, a diploma means nothing.

Some even get deep into college debt to be taught how not to make money and stay poor… I find this pretty stupid. If you are in debt or have bad credit, I strongly recommend you fix those things before you get into this program. No excuses.



Use This Investment as a Tax Deduction:

In general, if you plan on using this program for its intended purpose (to buy a 7-figure business), once you form as a legal entity you can most likely use this program as a tax write-off.

We are not tax accountants, so verify this with your accountant if you have any questions. We can’t guarantee that you’ll be able to use the course as a tax deduction. But, it has been our experience that this is the case.

This basically lowers the program cost by 20% (or whatever your tax rate is). 

For more info on this, read here and here

if you want to make more than $100,000 a year, stop making excuses anD WASTING TIME:

If you want to make less than 100k/year, you don’t need my help for that, and this program isn’t for you.

Any time you’ve wasted heretofore contemplating, “Can I do this? Can I be an acquisition entrepreneur?” was wasted time

Water under the bridge now.

You don’t need an M.B.A. or a J.D.

You don’t need a ton of business experience (some do it with none).

What you do need is a massive-action mindset and a mentor. Period.

The only way to find out if you are right for this or anything is to force yourself into the unknown… To get in the arena of business and under the bright lights where you are vulnerable.

Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on how you look at it), that is the only way. 

Without action, you’ll never what you’re capable of. 

Worse than that, you’ll regret the time you wasted. It is a proven fact that people usually regret the things they didn’t try, the risks they didn’t take – not failures or the result of decisions but inaction.

And trust me, you compile a long enough list of regrets or even a few big ones, they get really painful to think about as the clock ticks (I know from experience). 

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That’s excluding bonuses (monthly Zoom calls and the members-only group)…

If you take action and buy a company, the value of this course to you will likely be much more than $40,000… Think about it…  


Have you ever dreamed about what it is like to be financially free? Not be told what to do by anyone? To be the leader of a ship? To be the hero of your story? That is a rhetorical question. I know the answer.

I used to dream like that. Hell, I still do. The difference is that now I act towards those dreams, and I’m realizing them as you read this

It is a hell of a feeling getting up in the morning acting towards your dreams, instead of just dreaming and thinking about it or making excuses. I want you to feel that as well…

Speaking about being the hero of your own story, I recently rescued myself from mediocrity, thinking small, being soft, and being poor. This is something that many of you already know, because I documented it all on YouTube.

Not long ago, I leveraged it all to make my first 7-figure acquisition. 

Was “ponying up” something that I wanted to do? Candidly, not really. But I knew there was a price tag on success. 

I wouldn’t be in the position I am in today if I hadn’t been willing to take action and get uncomfortable.

Back on dreams because this is important… Most people that dream (deep down) don’t really think they are actually going to achieve them. 

They may talk about them with their friends, even with themselves internally, but deep down they don’t believe it. Or they’ve already quit on themselves. 

And that’s all bullshit.

I know I am going to achieve my dreams. I just know it. 

And that is how you need to think too if you want to make your dreams come true [this is the Kobe Bryant / Michael Jordan mentality of complete certainty]. 

I’m not going to lie to you… I don’t care if you like me or not. 

However, I do care about putting out honest advice / content / information.

I want to be known for being the best public source of information on the topic of small cap M&A. Period. That is, until I get into large cap hahaha. 

You need to be fully honest with yourself and what you want.

I don’t want you to wander around life for years and years, eventually wake up, and all of sudden, you are 30, or 40, or 50, and your prime years are GONE. You might say, “stolen” in some cases.

And, I’ve been there in points in my life. Whether the cause be prolonged inaction. Or screwing off. Or living someone else’s life… That is not a happy day when you finally wake up.

Luckily, that doesn’t have to be you anymore if you want to change.

You have the ability to change directions right now. But I promise you no one is going to do it for you, or even help you in a major way. Some people, are actually going to try and bring you down on your new journey. 

… and we can use that as fuel. Because when people quit on their dreams, they tend to attack the people getting shit done.

But, it all gets back to that choice that everyone has. Most take the easy route. Few take the hard route that pays off in the long run.

And, I am telling you, there is much more satisfaction and fulfillment in the harder route. The road less travelled.

But don’t tell me, that after reading this, you didn’t know you had a big choice to make. That you didn’t have any willing mentors. That you didn’t have the opportunities. I am giving you everything you need in both of the offerings below. There aren’t excuses. Excuses are for pussies. 

Normal people don’t get this: The big dogs make shit happen. They will themselves towards opportunities. They can create opportunities out of thin air, out of nothing.

Always remember this: “Opportunity comes to the prepared mind.” – Charlie Munger

But, you don’t start making shit happen over night! You gotta roll around in the mud for a few months, maybe even years. 

We choose to be the hero of our own story, or we don’t. It is that simple. Do. Or don’t do.

To be successful, you will have to do. You have to do the hard things. 

You will have to do the things that others are not willing to do

Whether you are political or not, I don’t care – Donald Trump is president today because he was willing to do things that other politicians were not. 

He was willing to schedule more rallies than other politicians. He worked longer hours. He hired better people for his campaign. He was willing to spend more of his own money than other politicians. He was willing to say the things that other politicians weren’t willing to say out of fear of what others would think of them. Obama was the same in many respects. And business is no different. 

To be successful, you’ll have to do those things too. This is the only way. Think of all your heroes. Maybe John D. Rockefeller Sr. Warren Buffett. Andrew Carnegie. Elon Musk. Bill Gates. Kobe Bryant. Martin Luther King Jr. Muhammad Ali. Michael Jordan.

One thing I can virtually guarantee is that the icons I’ve listed did not waste one millisecond worrying about failure or what other people thought of them. If they did they wouldn’t be who they are, and they’d be the first to admit that.

You must be willing to do in spite of your fears.

You must be willing to invest in yourself. 

(1) Massive action and (2) investing in myself set me free from mediocrity, feeling sorry for myself, all that bullshit. 

It seems to have worked for these names below too…

“Old men are always advising young men to save money. That is bad advice. Don’t save every nickel. Invest in yourself. I never saved a dollar until I was forty years old.” – Henry Ford

“When it is obvious that the goals cannot be reached, don’t adjust the goals, adjust the action steps.” – Confucius

“There are risks and costs to action. But they are far less than the long-range risks of comfortable inaction.” – John F. Kennedy

“This is a world of action, and not for moping and droning in.” – Charles Dickens

“Get action. Do things; be sane; don’t fritter away your time; create, act, take a place wherever you are and be somebody; get action.” – Theodore Roosevelt

“We become just by performing just action, temperate by performing temperate actions, brave by performing brave action.” – Aristotle

“Inaction breeds doubt and fear. Action breeds confidence and courage. If you want to conquer fear, do not sit home and think about it.” – Dale Carnegie

“Stay afraid, but do it anyway. What’s important is the action. You don’t have to wait to be confident. Just do it and eventually the confidence will follow.” – Carrie Fisher

“An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.” – Benjamin Franklin

“By far, the best investment you can make is in yourself. If you invest in yourself, nobody can take it away from you. If I give you a car, and it’ll be the only car you’ll get for the rest of your life, you’d take care of it like you wouldn’t believe. Any scratch, you’d fix that moment. You’d read the owners manual. You’d keep it in the garage. You’d do all these things… You get exactly one mind and one body in this world, and you can’t start taking care of it when you’re 50.” – Warren Buffett

“The best investment I ever made was investing in myself, first and foremost.” – Mark Cuban




Remember: There are risks to not doing something

People frequently focus on the downside of taking an action. 

Why don’t people think about the downside of NOT taking the action / NOT trying? 

Our brains aren’t wired to think that way. All we see is downside because it is right in front of us and we are more sensitive to negative emotion vs. positive emotion. And that is why most people aren’t successful – they’re afraid.

I can tell you this, fear of the downside of action has robbed more dreams than anything. ANYTHING. Lack of skill, talent, desire, intelligence, all pale in comparison to the amount of dreams and accomplishments lost because of fearing the downside. 

If (1) you are an entrepreneur, (2) you want to buy companies, and (3) you want to show more than 100k/year on your personal tax return, then NOT getting into this program will cost you WAY more than any downside that could potentially come of it… 

Not getting skin in the game, not investing in yourself will literally cost you your dreams, precious time in your prime years, your goals, your future, your purpose, and you may never “figure it out.” The sad truth is, there are a lot of people who don’t “figure it out” in life. 

They are just coasting. Just wandering around. They are just reacting to life, when life could be reacting to them. 

WTF is “downside” anyway. I no longer adhere to “downsides.” Successes are successes, and downsides/failures are just learning experiences to me now. They are part of the process. I don’t see them as failure anymore. You should think the same way if you want to be mega successful. 

What if Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Einstein, Trump, or Gandhi constantly thought about the downside or potential failure? What if it consumed their daily thoughts? Well, I can tell you, we wouldn’t be talking about them. We wouldn’t even know their name. 

Just remember when making any decision: There are risks to NOT taking the action, and you should weigh both the risks of doing it and the risks of NOT doing it. 

Please execute the legal agreement that is required for you to gain access before you invest in the program. If you do not execute the legal agreement, we will issue a refund. If you are interested in the Platinum Package, sign the legal agreement, make the investment, and send us an email for a separate M&A Advisory Agreement.

We do allow existing clients to upgrade from the Gold Package to the Platinum Package at the difference of the two prices. However, prices are always subject to change.

Because there is only one of me and my time is limited, prices may need to be raised once the monthly Zoom calls become too crowded. I value the quality of this program much more than the volume of projects/entrepreneurs/students I take on. Selectivity is paramount to being successful in business, M&A, hiring, and life. 

Having to spend $12,000 for 12 hours is the minimum Jason is willing to do. He may raise his rates permanently at any time.

We *never* discount prices unless it’s out of charity (i.e. a 3rd world entrepreneur with tremendous hunger).






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