"I live in South Africa. The cost of living here is like 3 times less than the US. So $ 25 h/r to me is like $ 75 for the average American"
Landed a remote job while still in college at $13/hr with the potential for "upwards of $25 an hour"
At 19 years old, my life had forever changed - I cracked the code on how people just like you can earn a high income from home without years of experience or burying yourself in debt for a useless degree.
This lead to me having companies fighting over me and landing my $40/hr (~$83,000 per year) dream job at 19 years old.
Which took me from having ZERO experience, NO degree, ZERO network or connections… to making nearly TWICE as much as the average college graduate, dropping out of college, and living a legit laptop lifestyle on my own terms 3 years before my peers even graduated (without racking up $38,390 in student debt lol).
This allowed me to:
Because they don’t teach you any of this stuff in school, I've had to learned these techniques through YEARS of trial and error, failing, and basically throwing a ton of stuff at a wall and seeing what sticks.
From this, I’ve been able to narrow down and pinpoint specific techniques and hacks to immediately stand out to employers, have your phone legit blowing up for an entire week with job offers and interviews like I did, and ultimately live a laptop life that only a tiny fraction of the world gets to experience.
And for the first time ever, I’ve decided to compile all my secrets and strategies into what I can say is “the most in depth and effective course on how to land a remote job” on the internet so that you can shave years off your life, make the money you deserve, and live the life that you deserve.
❌ Quit minimum wage Starbucks job
✅ Now works remotely as 8-figure entrepreneur, Kevin David's Right Hand Man at 19 years old
For the first time ever in history, remote jobs are increasing at a faster rate than traditional office jobs as reported by Thinknum.
And what’s replacing it? The Knowledge Economy. A world where you’re paid in proportion to the results that you bring to the table and not the three letters in your title.
I didn’t make the rules. That’s just how it is.
This program wouldn’t be offered if I didn’t think you can make more money back from it than what you paid for - as long as you put in the work, of course. And in this section, you’ll learn exactly how.
Have you ever wondered that? 12-16+ years of our lives are dedicated to "preparing us for the workforce" yet no one ever thought to take a step back and answer this simple question: why would someone want to hire you? Why would someone hire you if you don’t have experience or a degree? Because if you can answer that, everything becomes pretty simple.
People don’t live happy lives by mistake. Success is systematic, planned, and carefully executed. That’s why we’re gonna deep dive into what remote job would be best for you. And no, it’s not as simple as “which one pays the most?”
What’s the fastest way to get good enough to land your remote job? How good do you have to be? I’ll give you a hint, it’s definitely not by going to college. In this section, you’ll get to learn how I was able to go remote in about a year and how you can get there even faster than me.
I am an insanely introverted person. I could go all day without talking to people if I wanted to and I’ll be just fine. Yet, I’ve got a pretty big network for someone as reserved as me. And I definitely wouldn’t have landed my remote jobs without the power of networking. So in this section, I break down how to network, especially as an introvert, and how it’s not as hard as you may think.
Your resume is your first impression to your employer. One small change in your resume can mean the difference between you getting your dream job and the employer not even noticing you. That’s why in this section, I take out all the guesswork and give you the secret marketing tactics to make your resume irresistible to employers.
But your resume doesn't really matter if you don’t apply for job postings correctly. This section is the bread and butter of how I had my phone blowing up with job offers and interviews for a week straight while I was on vacation with my parents.
I bombed all my interviews. It was awful. But the great news for you is that I’ve learned a TON from these embarrassing experiences. Mistakes you’ll get to leverage so you don’t risk losing your potential dream job.
Landing a job doesn’t mean anything if you get fired within a few months. This was a big stress of mine and that’s why we’ll conclude this program with how to be so irreplaceable that you’ll never have to worry about being fired.
You’ll also get two bonus sections filled with more tips, tricks, hacks, and my personal recommendations - including our popular Dream Resume Bundle for free!
This is the exact plug-and-play resume I used to get my $40/hr remote job at 19 years old. Like legit, it’s the exact file I sent out in my job applications.
You can pick this up right now for $8.97 and people buy it almost every day. You get it for free when you join the Laptop Lifestyle Academy
Far from it. I want to make info as accessible as possible but let’s face it, 90% of this stuff would not get any views on YouTube. And quite frankly, when people get stuff for free, they typically don’t put it into action.
Average cost of a 4 year college:
As reported by CollegeData
...That’s for in-state residents at a public college though.
Out of state? Raise that to $25,620 per year. Or $102,480. Yikes.
Private colleges? $34,740 for one year. Or $138,960. Double yikes.
Average cost of eating out per year:
As reported by CNBC’s make it and the Bureau of Labor Statistics
Average cost of coffee per year for millennials:
As reported by Amerisleep
Don't like it? Get every single penny back within 14 days if you haven't gone through more than 50% of the course. (But I'm pretty sure you're gonna love it)
What if all this course did was get you an extra $5 per hour?
That would come out to an extra $10,435 per year! (2,087 * $5)
What if it helped you get $10 more dollars per hour?
That would be an extra $20,870 a year!! (2,087 * $10)
Do you think the $97 would be worth it then?...ENROLL NOW!
Like most of you, when I was first looking for a job, I had NO IDEA where to start because no one ever taught me sh*t in school.
And the little advice they did gave me in school just didn't really sit right in my stomach...
I thought to myself, if everyone is sending these exact same black and white resumes with the same exact corporate jargon content and applying the exact same way, is it really that smart to do the exact same thing?...
That's when I started really asking myself these important questions:
Why would employers even want to hire me?
How do I make myself stand out when companies get 100's of resumes a month?
Is it possible to work from home when I didn’t have much experience or a degree to my name?
And through lots of experimenting and sending out 200-300 applications, I landed my dream job at 19 years old: a $40/hr web development job working from home.
And it was because of the flexibility and freedom that going remote provided, that I was able to build up YouTube business.
It's sad that something as basic and elementary as how to land a job, much or less a remote one, is just another one of those things they should've gone over in school.
And that's why I want to share the exact strategies I used to land my dream remote job in hopes that you could land yours.
There are plenty of remote jobs out there and the number is only rising. And I firmly believe you have nothing holding you back from finding the one that's right for you.
You just need the right knowledge and resources.
So go out there and get it!
- Jake Tran
Short answer is YES! IN a nutshell (we go over this in-depth in the course), but for the most part, employers don't care where you are in the world as long as you have an internet connection, a laptop, and can provide results!
YES! You can go to Linkedin right now and "remote jobs" and you will see more than 25,000 jobs, as illustrated above here.
And that's JUST LinkedIn!
In a nutshell, everything is competitive if you're just the average job applicant. But as soon as I started using the tricks in this course, I was flooded with job offers and interviews for remote jobs.
If that were true, I would NOT be here today.
When I landed my remote web dev job, I had only a few months of very beginner experience.
Yet I still landed the job. Why? Because there is such a huge shortage of talent these days.
And if you can be that talent that companies are dying for, companies will flock to you as they did for me and the people who've implemented what this course teaches.
I've taken community college, $997 courses, $1997 courses, even more expensive courses.
In college, it was so depressing to see so many people completely lost when it comes to this stuff.
And now that I've been able to reap all the benefits of going remote, I want to give back because I believe in making information as accessible as possible.
There's no catch. There aren't any upsells. Full transparency, people kept asking me for recommendations for other courses and books so I included it in the bonus section but it's completely optional.
You do have to do the work, though. There is no magic pill. Unlike school where your success is determined by a letter grade, here, the only thing that matters is results.
And if you just take consistent, smart action, you should be fine.
Nope! NO upsells 😉
But full transparency, people kept asking me for recommendations for other courses and books so I included it in the bonus section but it's completely 100% optional.