Looking at Ryan Daniel Moran’s Owner Model to Make Your First Million?…
Ryan Daniel Moran is a serial entrepreneur, investor, author, and host of Capitalism.com. “Government bad. Entrepreneur good.”
Although he still advocates Amazon FBA for his students (100 Sales Per Day x $30 equals a 7-Figure Business). The model he teaches his students relies heavily on product reviews and paid advertising.
However, his two primarily digital products are:
A) Capitalism Incubator.
B) The One Percent.
Ryan has been online for a while and has been transparent about the ups and downs in his life.
By all accounts, Ryan Moran is a solid, good guy!
Motivated by the birth of his daughter and mentors who had him focus on One Thing Ryan was able to accelerate the growth of his company.
Ryan and his team get involved with other entrepreneurs, helping them build seven-figure businesses that they can sell. That program costs eighteen grand; six payments of three thousand dollars. Capitalism also generates income from its mentoring program.
The One Percent
Here Ryan takes you through the steps he learned by trial and error to make his first million and beyond. The cost is three hundred dollars a month. Certainly cheaper than eighteen grand but still might be a budget buster for some.
Ryan Daniel Moran provides excellent programs that include a wealth of materials, training, and support. He is unquestionably one of the industry’s best trainers.
The Perfect Business Model
Ryan Moran’s model is based on “The Perfect Business” and “The Owner’s Model”.
This is where you sell 4 products at $30 each. You would sell 25 units of each product for a total of 100 products a day (usually on Amazon)
I have written much about Amazon and how its marketplace has changed over the last few years.
But back to the point.
100 products a day times 30 days equals 3,000 product sales a month.
(Usually to one-time buyers!)
In a year you would need to sell 36,000 units to hit Ryan’s number.
Our Single Operated Newsletter model is built on one $9/month paid newsletter to only 1,000 subscribers.
(Even 100 subscribers is a $60,000 part-time income at $50 a month).
Emphasis on subscribers. Loyal readers who purchase each month on auto-pilot.
And our course and newsletter reveal how to get more money for your paid newsletter which would require even fewer subscribers to free you from that job.