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The reason I originally joined DG Institute was that I always knew there was a better way apart from having a day job. DGI offered that opportunity for me to advance my real estate knowledge along with the support, the emotional intelligence with that. It’s basically my fast track to success, and I knew that’s the path that I had to take. So with every property journey, there are some lows, one of them comes to mind was an investment property we purchased to renovate itself. We forecasted that a $50,000 profit, due to the market, turning over capitalizing on the renovation budget, not doing my thorough due diligence in regards to Southwest. We actually made about a $30,000 dollar loss on that. That sort of hit home pretty deeply for me because it sort of made me realize that I suppose my confidence got struck a bit in my numbers.
Having so with, the program and the people, the support that you have in that they can sort of talk you through it. It’s a mistake that I’ve learned. I’ll never make that again. Having the support behind it through the DG Institute, but some of that actually got me through that if I was on my own and had that sort of loss, that’d have made me parallelized, and I probably would never touch property again. Some of my highest points for on my journey so far is definitely personal development. I feel that I’ve grown so much as an individual more confidence in myself, more mindful of the way I do things and how I do things. Obviously, that’s one thing. The money thing is also another one. That’s not as important to me, I suppose, in my life at the moment. The emotional journey that I’m on, it’s pretty cool.
The numbers on one of my successful deals was a $290,000 purchase. I only spent $30,000 on the renovation. I ended up making $75,000 in about three months.
If anybody is considering joining the DG Institute, I recommend it to all of my friends, all my family, anybody who I talked to who wants to advance themselves, not only personally, financially, it’s a must even to attend an event, see what Dom has to say. Cause the learnings that you’ll get the personal development that you will get it’s something that’ll last a lifetime, and it’s well worth the time and effort you put into it.
I recommend Elite Mentoring to anyone who wants to advance themselves not only personally, but financially. The learnings and personal development that come from the program last a lifetime.
Elite Mentoring Graduate
My name's Lisa Mitchell. I live in Chatswood in Sydney. Since joining the Elite Mentoring Program. I've done two deals made around $240,000. And
Janine Kimball from Newcastle since joining DG Institute we have two projects currently in progress with a gross realization value of about 10 and a
Hi, my name's Michael, and I'm from New South Wales. Since joining the Elite Mentoring, we've been able to secure three properties. Well, under
Hi, I'm Sharon Harvey. I'm from South Australia. I joined the Elite Program because I was looking for something more in property and I was looking
Alright, my name is Dean Stenquist originally from Queensland, but now living in the Hunter Valley, since joining the elite mentoring program, we've,
Hi, my name's Lisa I'm from Melbourne. Since joining the DG Institute, we've had three deals, one with a profit of 8,00 one that we didn't do as well
Hi, I'm Phil Charleton from Adelaide, South Australia, which is known as the steady-state. And I've done all my real estate deals in South Australia.
Hi, my name's Wayna from Queensland Gold coast. I joined Elite Mentoring program because I'm always seeking for a bonus in life and financial
My name's Sandy Clifford, and I'm from Melbourne. Since joining the elite mentoring program, I have started on a project to do a dual occupancy on my
My name is Michael Nichols. I'm from Perth, Western Australia. The reason I joined elite mentoring was because I needed access to a coach that could
I think the biggest learning that I've had so far today is learning about emotions and actually learning to deal with that, or dealing with how to
Since joining DGI, the most learnings that I've had is my self-confidence. I went from a guy who was outspoken and sometimes arrogant and angry to a
The reason I originally joined DG Institute was that I always knew there was a better way apart from having a day job. DGI offered that opportunity
I guess the best learnings that I got from the three days was the technical skills. Even though I'd watched the videos prior to coming today, and
Melinda Coward: Well, we moved over from England about 12 months ago, so we needed something to do. My husband's a fabulous builder and shop fitter
Well, I’ve done investing before, but I’ve always felt like I was missing a key ingredient, which I now know I have been missing a key
I spent almost ten years doing aged care, so working for aged care, owner of one of the aged care overseas. And then before this, I came to
The experience is absolutely fantastic. Dominic and the team are so empowering. There's a lot of information that I've taken. A lot of knowledge. A
I wanted to progress in real estate investment and I love doing developments. I love renovating and so I needed the guidance and the support and the
The key learnings have given me a point of launching as soon as tomorrow. I’ve done the research before, I’ve read the materials, saw a little
I’ve been to a couple of Dominique’s events, and she’s so knowledgeable and really knows what she’s talking about, and I trust her, so I want
Before Real Estate Rescue, I was working as a frontline manager, most recently for a large hardware chain that had 30 people working 14-hour days.
Before here, I was running my own company, a business consulting company, and it’s getting very annoying. Clients are beginning to annoy me. I’ve
For the last 30 years, I've been a high school teacher, executive teacher, which I've loved, but just looking for something more. It felt like it was