My Story: How to Make Profit on Airbnb

Back at the beginning of 2015 I had $20,000 in credit card debt and had to file for bankruptcy. I was unemployed and lived in my best friend’s basement. I ate a food stamp diet. At 31 years old, this was my life.

Before 2015, I had found so much success: MBA Grad, Teach For America Alumni, 3.8 GPA, Director of a local marketing firm, founder of educational software idea recognized by Bill Clinton’s, etc.

2015 was a rude awakening for me.

Rewind to my childhood and teenage years- my father was an entrepreneur. He worked his way up from selling his own wedding gifts to buy groceries to CTO, VP, President, and then CEO for several successful technology companies around the world.

 

One thing I always noticed was his hustle. He always enjoyed chasing the next best opportunity. We always did it together. I truly admired his drive and passion. Hitting rock bottom like I did in 2015 motivated me to follow in my father’s entrepreneurial footsteps. I went all in. I committed.

In 2015, I had three things to my name: my 2 bedroom condo in Fort Collins, CO and my 2 Chihuahuas.  I am so grateful to them for sticking by my side and being my faithful and loving companions through those hard times.

Then, things took a turn. I went from earning $0 per month to earning $5,000 per month, and now I earn $15,000 per month passively. I’m engaged to the love of my life and have so much more to be grateful for!

I’m going to share with you my secrets for making passive profit off of Airbnb properties by using systems I created to streamline the processes. You too can do this, or I can do it for you. Either way, a life of freedom and Airbnb income is possible for you, too!

Sign up as an Airbnb host, what are you waiting for?

Image By Infrogmation of New Orleans – Photo by Infrogmation (talk), CC BY 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=9069780

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