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From $18k to $600M: The Billionaire Contractor

Who Works Less Than You 🤯





Ever thought about how much you could achieve if you just rolled up your sleeves and got your hands dirty? This isn't a metaphorical question - I'm talking about literally getting down and dirty.


Let me tell you a story...

 

There's this saying that goes 👇


"The man who works with his hands is a laborer. The man who works with his hands and his head is a craftsman. But the man who works with his hands, his head, and his heart is an artist."

 


The Billionaire Contractor: A Story of Grit and Determination

 

Meet Larry Janeski. He started out at 17, building houses and earning maybe around $18k a year. Today, he runs a portfolio of construction businesses netting over $600M annually. Yep, you read that right – $600M. And guess what? He doesn’t work weekends and he works less than an average CEO.


How did he do that?

 

Mastering the Art of Manual Labor

 

Larry's success didn't come overnight. It was a series of small, calculated steps, filled with failures, setbacks, and hard lessons. He once found himself $5.5M in debt, losing money left, right, and center, and dealing with a lawsuit from a resigned partner. But he didn't give up. Eleven years later, he turned a profit.

 

His secret? Persistence. And a deep understanding that success isn't about immediate gratification. It's about showing up, day in and day out, and doing the work that needs to be done—even if it means getting your hands dirty.

 

The Real Value of Hard Work

 

Larry’s workers earn over $100k a year. They work in challenging conditions – tight crawl spaces full of mud and critters. But at the end of the day, they transform these spaces into clean, usable areas. They are the real heroes in this story.

 

The Power of Persistence

 

Larry's story is more than just about making money. It's about building trust, making a positive impact, and leaving the world a better place than you found it. And it's a testament to the power of hard work and persistence.

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