5 Rating:
  • Level: 6 Figures
  • Niche: Education
  • Location: Henderson, NV, United States
  • Consulting Accelerator

Before working with Sam, Robbie was working a 9-9 job as a registered nurse. He was looking for a vehicle to get his skills to help out there. After joining the program, he has been able to grow his consulting business and recommends this program to anybody who is looking to escape the 9-5 hustle.


Hi everyone. My name is Rob Wolfe, from Las Vegas, Nevada. I'm here to talk to you about why I signed up for the Sam Oven's program. The easiest way to talk about it is to explain to you what my life was like before I actually went into the program. I was working a 9-5 job, well, 9-9 as a Registered Nurse. I knew that I wanted to teach Nursing students how to pass their clinical exam through online training, but I really didn't have a voice. I didn't really have a vehicle to get my information out there. So what I did was I looked into this consulting program through Sam, and once I went through it, during the process, it was difficult, at first. Because anything you do when you first start, is a little bit tough, but if you just take consistent action, before you know it, it's like second nature. So, when I was finally able to reach out, use that vehicle that Sam talks about to find the right students at the right time, and really pull them into my program, it changed my life. So, now-a-days, I don't have to go to work, I just work from home. I do this exclusively. There's no 9-5 job. For those of you out there who are doing that 9-5 grind, you can know that some of those jobs are just awful. Some can be really soul sucking, so, if you're looking for a side hustle, at first, and then something to build upon, then this is the program for you. I'll say this, there may be other avenues that you want to look for, but if you're looking to do something for yourself, and to make it faster and easier, this is the program to do it. So, you can ... It's like Warren Buffett says, "You can learn from mistakes, but they don't have to be your mistakes." So, take the Sam Oven's route, learn from his mistakes and get to where you want to be faster and easier. Thanks for listening.