After spending thousands of dollars on informational products with nothing to show for it, he built a blog to document his journey online which started getting 200,000 visitors per month, and Rob was recognized as the top 50 most influential bloggers in 2010.
He then dropped out of high school to pursue life as an entrepreneur and Co founded his first million dollar business at 18 years young.
Rob, what’s an Interestingly weird fact about yourself?
Last night @ 2am I was running off 2 hours of sleep.
I was building flow charts and it woke me up.
How did your journey as an entrepreneur all begin?
So I went on Google and typed in “How do I build a website?”
Built a website in 3 hours, it looked like shit but I was happy.
Then I thought “How did they build their site?”
Then figured out how to actually really build a site with coding and all.
Then I started asking myself, “How do websites make money?
I borrowed my moms card and spent thousands on info products.
Then my mom took her card back and said, “You must figure this out on your own.”
I decided to build a blog and document my journey, sharing what worked and what didn’t work.
It took me 2 years to get to 200K visitors per month.
I built highly traffic blog getting 200K visitors per month at the time but didn’t know how monetize it.
Then learned product launches from Aaron Darko around 2011 at peak of my blog but transitioned into product launch space.
My product was essentially me taking everything that I know that worked online from list building to Amazon sites to Twitter marketing and social media marketing and recorded this video series sharing how to do it.
It took 90 days to launch the entire product.
It did 5 figures.
Built a nice size list.
But what I took most out of it was the relationships I got which turned into partnerships and co-founding one of my multi million dollar businesses at age 18.
I was selling as high as 50k packages.
Big Reason Why?
My upbringing with my stepfather wasn’t good.
I was always doing drugs or getting into trouble cause I didn’t know how to channel that negative energy.
When I became an entrepreneur it turned that negative energy into something positive, to prove to people there was a different way of living.
Biggest Temporary Defeat?
The collapse of my first multi million dollar business.
We literally scaled it to zero to a million so fast, and it went downhill fast.
I spent all my savings and had no money coming in.
I was broke and broken emotionally.
Weirdest Breakthrough Experience?
Making that shift mentally that it’s not necessarily about the tactics and strategies but more so about the mindset.
It took me forever to realize that.
What are your mindset success rituals:
I have a vision board in front of me.
I have coaches in each area of my life.
Listen to 30 minutes of something positive everyday.
What’s the Vision of Rob Rammuny look like for the future and what’s currently on your Vision Board?
Picture of this guy that is 8% body fat.
Health and fitness.
Picture of a Jaguar car.
Wanna open up a gym and nutrition company.
Best Entrepreneurial Advice?
You have to make a choice to take a chance or things will never change.
Dance with the unknown.
Favorite Success Quote?
“I see life like GPS, I believe if you input where you wanna go in life you have to trust that every step you take moving forward is not happening to you but for you.”
Top Recommended Book?
Think and Grow Rich – by Napoleon Hill
Read at age 16. My biggest takeaway is that you have to be specific in how you ask for things.
If all you had was $1,000 and a laptop computer how would you jump start your business?
Get me a leadpages or clickfunnels account to build a landing page, get an aweber account and some webinar software.
Design an entire webinar sequence and spend the rest of the money on traffic promoting the webinar and sell like crazy.
Best way to connect with you?
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