In this Student Success Story post, we will explore the story of Ryan, a 19-year-old notary public loan signing agent who scaled a $50,000 per year business with $4K months!
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Ryan acknowledges that although the business is simple, it is by no means easy.
He emphasizes that success in this field requires putting in the necessary effort and being prepared to face rejection along the way.
He encourages aspiring entrepreneurs to embrace the challenges and setbacks as valuable learning experiences that pave the way for future achievements.
Age is Nothing But a Number in This Business
In most states, you can become a notary at the age of 18, and it may be difficult to get people to take you professionally because of the perception of their age by clients.
However, Ryan challenges this notion by highlighting his own experienc and notes that clients, including realtors and escrow officers, are primarily concerned with the quality of the service provided and the knowledge shared during signings.
Age becomes irrelevant when a notary public loan signing agent demonstrates confidence, competence, and professionalism in executing their responsibilities.
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About the Author
Mark Wills is the course instructor of the top rated Loan Signing System agent training course. He has been an active professional loan signing agent for nearly 20 years and owns a loan signing service that does thousands of signings a year.