Scotty went from working at Walmart to a successful hot dog vendor.
He has worked at Walmart 4 years. (3 years 11 months)
And part time with Uber/Lyft
His hourly income: $13.22(Walmart)
Driving income: $21/hour(weekend nights)
40 hours with Walmart weekly = $416.55 take home pay
Weekend driving = $160 average
Total weekly = $576.55
Monthly = $2479.17
Now to pay rent, food, utilities, maintenance, life etc….
Scotty barely has enough to make it through the month.
*YOU know anyone in the same boat?
He found me on YouTube.
But like the other 1100+ folks this year… he didn't have enough $$$ for a cart to start as a hot dog vendor. (yet)
So he clicked here.
And took the job offer of $93 an hour.
How? You ask…
Well he set up at a flea market.
Following my cottage industry tips… he sold baked goods.
He purchased baked goods, cut them up, wrapped and labeled them.
With a rented table and space he did $93 (average) an hour for 7 hours on Saturday.
Sunday he did $141 an hour for 4 hours.
(they only open 4 hours on Sunday)
$1215 in 11 hours.
Half his monthly income.
But he did have costs…
$15 for each day for space and table.
$312 for food and wrapping
$11 for stickers
Net profit = $877
The next weekend. He sold slices as before but also offered whole cakes at triple his cost.
– he paid CASH for a brand new hot dog cart!
And became a hot dog vendor.
Last Tuesday was his last day working for Walmart.
“I've made over $8,000 in less than 2 months – part time for myself and it's all because of your hillbilly self.”
Imagine what he can do now that he's just freed up 5 more days a week!
It all started here:
Scotty was scared. Scared to death. It's why he chose the flea market over other locations. (more on that here)
How's $93 an hour sound?
You, your own boss.
Becoming a hot dog vendor.
Your life forever changed.
Making over $93 an hour.
You never listening to a boss again.
Never putting up with work crap again.
Imagine no more.
I gotcher back.