Elias, a Notary Signing Agent and Signing Service Owner in New Jersey achieved an impressive revenue of $150,000 in 2022.
His journey from financial hardship to success serves as a powerful testament to the potential of the notary signing agent business.
Watch his full interview below:
Making Ends Meet and Facing Uncertainty
Elias's journey began in March 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, and his wife lost her job.
At that time, Elias was working at a dead-end job, barely making ends meet.
With three children to support, the financial strain was immense, and Elias felt the weight of responsibility as the head of the household.
He recalls feeling distraught, as the income from his job was insufficient to sustain his family.
The family had some savings to fall back on, which provided a temporary safety net.
Still, the uncertainty of the situation loomed large.
Elias and his wife had ventured into other businesses in the past, only to face failure.
Despite the challenges, they were determined to find a way to provide for their family, both in the present and for generations to come.
Discovering the Notary Signing Agent Opportunity
In their search for a viable income source, Elias's wife, who held a notary commission, stumbled upon the Loan Signing System course.
Intrigued by the prospect of becoming notary signing agents, they both decided to take the course and start this new journey.
Little did they know that this decision would change the course of their lives.
Elias embarked on his notary signing agent journey part-time, driven by the potential he saw in his wife's success.
However, self-doubt still lingered in his mind, causing him to give his nine-to-five job two months' notice instead of immediately taking the leap.
As Elias gained more experience and began to see consistent income flowing in, his confidence grew.
His wife's success and his own part-time earnings were a testament to the potential of the notary signing agent business.
The Bliss Beyond Fear
Elias's transition from part-time to full-time notary signing agent was not immediate.
It took time for him to build the confidence and trust in his abilities.
Elias understood that success required persistence, and he was willing to put in the effort to achieve his goals.
He realized that the biggest hurdle was not external factors but his own mindset.
The Slow and Steady Approach
When Elias started, he earned just $200 in his first month, this gave him the confidence boost he needed to take off in his business.
His second month brought in $1,000, signaling success for many, Elias's persistent self-doubt led him back to his nine-to-five job temporarily.
Elias's monthly earnings continued to grow, reaching $3,600 in his first full month as a full-time signing agent.
His wife also contributed significantly to the family's income, even while raising their three children.
Together, they achieved remarkable results, with Elias earning six figures in his first full year as a signing agent.
His advice to aspiring notary signing agents is simple yet powerful: believe in yourself and take action because the journey to success begins with that first step.