These Courses and The Website Are for You

They are designed to help as many hard-working people as possible to find employment as overseas contractors. You can earn more than you ever thought possible.

You see, I understand where you are. When I was in my early 30’s, I was broke. I was working a steady job, but it didn’t cover my monthly expenses. However, I was fortunate because an old friend stepped back into my life at just the right time and had just the right words I needed to hear. He was 29 at the time and told me about how he had been working as an overseas contractor for the last 2.5 years and had saved up over $200,000! (Download my free eBook to get all the details)

The Mind-Blowing Difference Between Military Pay and Contractor Pay

It took me over 5 months of 12 hour days spent researching, reading, applying and re-applying until I got my first job. I have since worked all over the Middle-East. What is astonishing is that military personnel are paid peanuts while the contractors take home huge paychecks for doing the same job, living in the same places and eating the same food.

At first, I didn’t understand why that was or how it made sense. Eventually, I realized that people in the military have sworn to go where they are told to go and do what they are told to do. But, if you expect a civilian to leave their comfort zone at home, you’ve got to make it lucrative enough to entice them go. In short, military personnel don’t have a choice. Civilians do. Furthermore, Military personnel have to be recruited, trained, housed, fed, clothed and mentored for years to achieve a degree of competence in their career field.

As an overseas contractor, you will be expected to walk in the door already having those years of experience and training. Also, Military personnel are entitled to a government retirement for life, whereas contractors are hired when needed and fired when not. So in this light, I finally understood why overseas contractors were paid so much more.

The idea for the first course, Military Contractor Academy, came from just initially seeing the vast difference in pay between the military and the contractors. It just seemed shocking and a little unfair, until I later learned the reasons for it. Once I understood why it was easy to see which side of the pay line it made sense to be on.

Later, a friend and retired cop told me that there are many security jobs over there too. They need all kinds of law enforcement professionals to do jobs like:

  • Static security
  • Personal security
  • Enjoy tax exclusion
  • Training newly formed law enforcement agencies in every aspect of judicial processes including:
  • Policing
  • Drug enforcement
  • Incarceration

So, Security Contractor Academy was born. There is tremendous demand for men and women with law enforcement and corrections experience.
However,many jobs don’t require a law enforcement or military background.

In fact, if you think of any job in your town or city, there is probably a highly-paid opening for it right now, somewhere in the world. The third course, Civilian Contractor Academy, focuses on helping non-military, non-law-enforcement people get their chance to earn life-changing money as an overseas contractor. Whether you’re a carpenter, human resources, cook, purchasing agent, truck driver, AC mechanic, or a financial/contracts analyst like me, you can find work overseas and make a lot more than you would ever make at home.
I documented every step of my experience from finding the job to living the lifestyle of an overseas contractor. These courses have been tried and tested by many people so you can get hired much faster than I did, saving you months of frustration.

You Can Experience “True Freedom.”

True Freedom comes with having all your bills paid, money in real estate or investments for retirement, money left over to go where you want and do what you want.However, it is only available to those who can follow the directions laid out in these courses and work for it.

I’m going to share with you the exact steps ex-military members, law enforcement and civilian employees like yourself can take to make six figures a year. One of the little-considered aspects of working overseas is that it is expense free and nearly tax-free, so you end up pretty much saving almost everything you make! As a finance guy, that was important to me. The average American is barely saving anything right now. Whereas the average overseas contractor is putting away $75,000-$90,000 every year!