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Here’s The Biggest Problem You’ll Have When You Try To Become An Overseas Contractor…
When I first made the decision to work as an overseas contractor, the biggest obstacle I faced was a complete lack of information. And what little info I did find was not high quality, actionable intel. It seemed like no one was sharing what they knew. Because of this, I had to learn everything at the school of hard knocks.
Specifically I wanted to know…
- How much money should I ask for?
- What’s the typical work schedule?
- Who are the major companies hiring?
- What are the bad companies to avoid?
- What’s it like in different countries?
- Will I be on or off base?
- What’s the deployment process?
Unfortunately at the time, no one was there to answer any of these questions… I had to wing it.
How Could Anyone Know If Overseas Contracting Is Right For Them If There Was No Info?
Simple answer? Money. When I was finally offered my first job, it paid $155K/yr. For that kind of money I figured I’d try anything. I struggled and stumbled along the way because I just had no idea how the system worked. I was sometimes embarrassed or taken advantage of by people who knew more. But eventually, I learned. It took years, but I learned.
Let’s Start At The Beginning… First, How Do You Know This Is Even A Good Idea?
Is Overseas Contracting Right For You?
Take this simple assessment to find out.
From There, You Have Three Options…
Option #1: Do Nothing.
This is the easiest option with the least resistance.
Ah yes, the option of temporary comfort, complacency, and long-term regret. If you choose this option, you will almost guarantee yourself a rough life. It seems easier at first, but it keeps you from making any real progress. I spent years on this path… unmotivated, under-appreciated, underpaid, and undervalued. Let me tell you… this is no way to live.
Option #2: Try To Figure It All Out By Yourself.
This option is at least a better choice than option #1. It will point you in the right direction. There’s a chance of improving things. But this option has its own flaws. I’m very familiar with its flaws because I went down this road myself.
If this is your choice, here’s what you can expect…
Χ Weeks, months and maybe even years of wasted time with no results...
Χ The painful realization that your reality is still nowhere near your dreams after a lot of lost time...
Χ Likely rejection when you finally get an interview because the hiring manager realizes you don't understand the contracting world...
Even if you somehow get lucky and get an offer, the game isn’t over. You’ll need to know exactly what to look for in that offer- overlook any of the 5 critical components of any offer and you’ll find yourself in a very unfavorable position. It’s nearly impossible to know all these things if you don’t educate yourself first.
If you don’t want a ton of time wasted, disappointment, mistakes along the way… if you want me to guide you through the process… you’ll like this next option.
Option #3: Let Me Personally Help You Secure Your First Overseas Contract.
You can have an advantage I never had. One that would allow you to more easily secure a high-paying, freedom-creating, life-changing overseas contract. My 6-Figure Soldier course is that advantage.
For the past twelve years, I’ve been working in the Overseas Contracting industry. Now, I’m pulling back the curtain and sharing all my hard-won secrets so you can achieve financial independence even faster than I did.
If you’re willing to put in the work for just one or two years, you’ll build up some serious assets that could truly change your life.
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“I think it would give someone who has no idea what it’s like out here a decent feel about what they may be getting themselves into.”
CJ Klemm, Former US Navy, Current Contractor
“I wish I had something like this before I went overseas. Contractor Kev has good tempo, volume, and what he teaches is really interesting.“
LTC Ryan Robinson, US Army and Former Contractor