4 Rating:
  • Level: Making Money
  • Niche: Software consulting
  • Location: ROCKVILLE, United States
  • Consulting Accelerator

Andres joined Consulting Accelerator coming from a software engineering background, but lacked the business knowledge for starting and running a company. After going through the program he has learned automated ways to grow his business and has already made $6,000 in just the first 30 days.


Hey guys, my name's Andres V, and I'm here to tell you a little bit about Sam Ovens Consultant Accelerator course. A little bit about me and my background, I used to be a software engineer with some of the big tech companies out there. And didn't like my job that much. Got paid good, but it wasn't the schedule I wanted, I wanted to kind of make money on my own terms. So, I came upon Sam's program and what I've learnt during the program was definitely a lot of valuable things. Before coming in, I had no idea on how to run my own software company, consulting company, or anything, or sell to clients. But what I've learnt during the process was Sam walks you through selling, the selling script, changing your mindset, picking a niche. And even how to market your business when you're starting off, and then how to scale it up into a higher revenue and automated in a sense, to re-market and re-target your audience. From there on I've learned how to manage my own customers, and now I'm even looking to getting another course from him, on how to automate a little bit more of what I've learnt, and create a more scalable business model. This is definitely a course to take if you've never done this before. Just so you understand what it is, you get the contracts, contract agreements. You get everything in this course, so I can't be thankful enough. A small price, it looks like a high price, but you know, if you're not making that money to just jump in and buy something at that price, but I would recommend it. I mean it's little money for what you're going to be making, right? Just put it on a credit card and go for it. You've just got to commit yourself. Thank you Sam, I really appreciate it.