Dear Reader,

Neil here.

I’ve been an entrepreneur for 17 years – right now, I run 4 companies that operate globally. I’ve founded several startups that grew into amazingly profitable businesses.

As a startup founder, I was always hustling, trying to find private investors. That’s because every company – including Google, Amazon, and Facebook – starts out small, needing an influx of capital to grow larger.

And that’s where YOU come in.

I watched a lot of my investors in those days get rich just by getting in early. Here’s why: a young startup has almost unlimited growth potential, and its stock value grows with it.

Investing in a company that’s already worth nine figures? Sure, good picks will show some growth… but they can’t match the returns you’d see if you got in back when that business was worth peanuts.

Buying private equity is like hacking the investment world. Everyone out there is chasing the stock market… when in fact, 90 percent of growth happens before a company goes public. Early investing is a no-brainer.

That’s why I spend more time these days on the other side of the table – as an angel investor. That means I get to be one of the first to put capital into young and promising companies. Call it my way of giving back to the entrepreneurial world that allowed me to become so successful.

But make no mistake: it has ended up paying me back, too. I’ve made some unbelievable returns backing early-stage startups. Now, I’m here to teach you to do the same.

As a Startup Investor subscriber, you are now part of a global network of angels and entrepreneurs that are changing the world, one deal at a time – all while making a huge profit.

Sounds like more fun than the stock market, doesn’t it?

But before we get ahead of ourselves, let’s lay down some groundwork. I’ll walk you through my process, share my strategies, and show you the secrets to boosting your success rate.

And once you have it down, we can start raising the stakes and making bigger deals – the kind of deals that yield massive returns, all with the added bonus of being able to say you were at the cap table when the next giant went big.

I’ll be back tomorrow, but in the meantime, be sure to check out your Startup Investor member page.

Stay tuned – the excitement is just the beginning.

Until next time,

Neil Patel


Comments

60 responses to “Let Me Introduce Myself…”

  1. I’m an idea person. I have a few things in my head that I feel like could make money. I would rather just give the idea away and make the money in royalties let someone else do the work putting it all together. Food is my passion restaurant business is my passion. But these ideas come and I know that they’re great ideas. Putting it together is not my passion.

  2. I have an idea, and that’s it. The technology already exists but is not being used for this purpose. Billion dollar idea, but no one to sell it to.

  3. It sounds an amazing Platform to maximise the untapped potentiality! It is worth the cause to get engaged with the team that supports viable yet vibrant and energetic generation with startup capital for investment! most importantly if the startup capital is waved over collateral matters which sets the potential youths from investing! I call your corporate to reconsider such challenges yet an environment to invest for the success of global village! looking forward for more benefits from your team in the coming interaction!

  4. I have a head full of ideas but figuring out to make them a reality is my weak link. Some are like the pet rock but others are evergreens. I need help and I’m very teachable!! 🙋

  5. I am excited to see what you have for me to learn . I do have my own ideas of what I believed would be successful however it’s hard to determine who can I trust..

  6. I am so tired of working to make my employer rich. I want to better my own person wealth. I have some ideas, just don’t know where to start. No one has ever made millions working a 9-5 job. I don’t need millions but, sure would like to live life on my own terms.

  7. Hello I’ve watched a lot of videos.And I’m hit with so many offer I can’t keep up with who’s ;who’s;So please if I mess something really important please get back with me .Thank you Call me please when you’re not busy and again thank you,✌🏼

  8. I am an analyser. I can immediately evaluate any environment and find the correct solution for it. I hope to be of of help to with all our upcoming IPOs.

  9. I am a widow with two kids and I am tired of living on limited income. Please show me how and tell me where to start. Thank you so much.

  10. I’m a long time single mother and grandmother, and I’m tired of being in rut and saying to myself coulda, woulda, shoulda, my younger son wants so bad to become successful after he was born he to have surgery that went bad almost died the surgeon said he would not make it to the next day, he is now 24 but it’s harder for deaf people, I just want to help him get there, so please show me what I need to do,
    Thank you,
    Jacqueline Sherman

  11. I am on a fixed budget income, how can I invest and get myself on to some higher ground to be able to do the most important simple things like sharing time with my family and not having to worry so much about money all of the time……..kelvin b

  12. I tried to watch the video, but it is like there are two videos playing at once. So there are two voices playing seconds after each other. Please fix this.

  13. I am just tired working two jobs to pay bills, I hope Neil Patel can help people like me have time and financial freedom by investing.

  14. How is it compared to a company that offers guaranteed 6% compounded annually on a 10 year basis with initial investment of 100,000.00 annuity for 8 yrs w/o penalty for withdrawal. In addition it covers investment growth in the stocks of your choice.

  15. Great
    So Where Do I Start
    Planning To Start 100.00 A Month
    Send Me The Plan
    The Info
    And The Name
    Waiting To Hear From You
    Thanks

  16. Worked 16 Hour Days 6 And 7 Days A Week In Health Care, Long Hard Hours. Hard Work Is Something I’m Not Afraid Of Doing. Just Looking To Start A New Life Is A Less Physical, Better Financially Stable Way. I Want And Need A Little Easier Life And Hope To Find It Here.

  17. I have been working since I was 12 years old. It was the 60s and my family was very poor and dysfunctional like so many others. I got my college education, had three careers during my 64 years.Back in 2001, I developed a business plan for what is now called Uber. I would work on it on my own time but with the company computer owned by a huge Pharma. A friend of mine, a light drinker just slightly over state limit got a DUI driving 4 other friends who were very intoxicated. Not only did I have no one to guide help me develop my idea, I had the bar owners paying for their patrons to get home. I also had a well earned distrust of people in general and figured the driver , if female, would have all kinds of physical threats by the riders. And of course, I waited too long to develop the idea, put it on the back burner and now my kids are taking Uber and Lyft. Sure this was my idea, and likely– many others, but it was my own fault I didn’t act on it immediately. My sister in law for any special event has always given us a stock for a starter company even for our wedding. None ever made it. I would have rather had lottery tickets. So I am interested, but with hesitation.

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