Gabe Schillinger, the founder of Legion Beats, was tired of making no money doing what he loved. After 10 years of producing music and working with a ton of big artists, he still couldn't afford to move out of his dad's house.
Tony Giannini, the founder of Dojo Hero, needed to find a way to take his martial arts business online in order to be home more. After investing thousands of dollars and months of time working with different web developers, he almost gave up.
Colin Wayne, the founder of Redline Steel, needed to find a way to scale his steel home decor e-commerce store without worrying about bottlenecks or production limitations. After almost going bankrupt due to high demand and low production numbers, he knew there had to be a better way to scale sell his products.
Neha Gupta, the founder of College Shortcuts, was tired of only being able to work with students who lived in her area. After years of helping students get accepted into college she knew there had to be a better way.
Allan McKay, the founder of Live Action VFX, was tired of working 100+ hour weeks, month after month trying to keep up with the unrealistic demand that Hollywood asked of him.
Brandon Carter is a fitness trainer who was tired of being limited to only training 8 people a day in a gym. But before calling it quits, he discovered a new way to help more people after switching to online coaching through funnels and now helps thousands of people around the world and other personal trainers to help even more people. This is his Funnel Story.
Craig Guignon, founder of Nashville On Your Wall wanted to help other photographers replicate his success, but didn't know how to reach them.
Mark Brown, the founder of Zen Pig, was tired of not being able to get his message out to more people. 4 years after writing Zen Pig, he was still working odd jobs to pay his bills.