Prove it!

In my first video in this series, I told you a bit about my background, and how I had no special advantages when I started. Far from it, in fact.


Today, I’d like to show you some of my successes online, and also tell you about a few of the students I’ve mentored to achieve their own successes.


In a few days time, I’ll be opening a programme for a handful of people who want to make a positive change in their lives. Please keep an eye on your inbox if that might be you…


In the meantime, here’s the video. I’d encourage you to watch the entire video, but if there’s something specific you want to know, there’s a breakdown beneath it. In the meantime, if you have any questions about this, then please leave a comment and I’ll be happy to answer them for you.


[oo:oo] – Recap
[00:39] – In today’s video… and who it’s aimed at.
[02:40] – Some of my results
[03:06] – Why £20k invested in training is less than I should have spent
[03:35] – The value of that training investment
[04:23] – Past student stories: Gavin and David
[05:40] – Past student stories: Kieran Ward
[15:06] – A slightly different tack to the training
[15:40] – Past student stories: Nick and John
[16:25] – Last year, the BEST year yet! e.g. Nicky and Lester


12 thoughts on “Prove it!”

  1. Matt here in Spain I’ve been trying to find out what the hell has happened with Betfair. I’ve rung up and written but I can’t get any reply to this situation. Any clues please. ( I know that there are new gaming conditions underway etc but……… my money etc ) Thanks, Martyn

    1. I spend a good deal of my time in Spain, where the authorities are trying to hijack British gambling sites. You really have to ask a “Techie” (and there are quite a few over in Spain)to change the “IP address” of your computer by linking it to a British supplier. Pretty easy stuff, really. What area are you in? If you are close to Torrevieja, my guru would probably do it for you.

  2. really enjoyed the video and the chat with your former pupil.I would be interested in a small business to run purely to keep me busy and interested but i am 73 years young and worry about the lack of knowledge on the computor side eg blogs and twitter etc which I confess leave a big gap in my education regards mike dunn

    1. Hi Mike and Frank,

      Tech worries are natural. After all, anything we don’t currently understand feels a bit scary to us. But blogs are a breeze (one click!), and Twitter is something you can choose not to use (though it’s only like chatting on text with someone).

      In any case, neither of these things are pivotal to what I show in my training, although I do recommend students to get a blog and start writing about their passion.


  3. HI MATT.

  4. Hi Matt

    In common with others I have concerns over the technical issues but much more so with how it is possible to CREATE a strategy which has to be profitable in order to sell – or am I barking up the wrong tree ? Without being too negative I suspect the cost of setting up will be prohibitive which is likely to rule out the majority of interested parties. The next video should therefore be most enlightening.


    Stuart W Hogg

  5. Hi Matt, I enjoyed the video very much, I’ve heard a lot about Kieran’s evening value service recently (all good) and was very interested to hear how he got started. I was wondering if the students you agree to mentor have to have a product already or an ‘original’ angle to approach from or are you willing to invest time helping us develop the skills? I don’t think I would struggle to much with the tech side and I could learn how to market a product online but knowing how to develop a product from scratch that I would be happy to spend my own hard earned on, well that is where my doubts really come in. I await your next video with interest and would like to say thanks for the emails, I get so many every day trying to take my money on a promise, so much bloody awful rubbish to be frank, it makes a change to be sent some useful informative content. Keep up the good work and I wish you continued success.

  6. very interested looking forward to next video. presume the business will b betting if so not sure if im looking to start a business but would it b worth purchasing so i could learn more about betting angles etc keep up the good work cheers robbie

  7. Hi Matt, All in all sonuds good and can’t wait to listen to nexy
    t video. As I am quiet lazy, I am looking for 4 or 5 horse tipsters or any sport tipsters that turn around a minimum of around 20-25 points per month, any recomendations ?? G

    1. Hi Gary

      I’m afraid this is not a tipping offer. Rather, it’s a business proposition, and it does require a reasonable amount of effort.

      In short, this is an opportunity that has changed people’s lives when they’ve acted on it. It’s a very exciting proposition for the right people.


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