Just because financial success isn't certain, doesn't mean your entrepreneurial path isn't worth starting now.


I FIRST started selling on EBAY when I was 12 years old...

...and I made a lot of money for a kid, at first. Then the market changed and competition surged, all while I was trying to scale.

I lost a lot of money, then made a lot. Rinse & repeat. Those were volatile times. Now I'm 25 and directing sales & marketing for several of my own organizations.

It's not because of schooling or smarts, but because I've always tried the hard things my peers wouldn't.
Zach Pinnell. Founder of Pinnell Media, Stories From CBD, ColdConnect, and PW Ventures, among others.


I'm here to give you entrepreneurial ideas you can pursue right now. Maybe you'll be lucky enough to sell your project for $10mm one year later, but no matter what happens, you will gain a wealth of knowledge & skills that just can't be taught.
Web Design

Learn how to build visually appealing websites that make it easy to get visitors to take action.

Sales Copy

Learn how to write in a manner that attracts, educates, and influences other people all around the world.

The Mobile World

Learn how the shift to mobile has changed how people make decisions and created opportunities.

Sales Loops

Learn how to acquire someones attention, then nurture that attention all the way to action (purchase).

Traffic Generation

Learn a variety of methods for driving traffic to your web properties that actually converts into sales.


Learn the frameworks for building businesses, so you can choose to do work that's meaningful to you.

LEARN from One of three

These are the 'lifestyle' business models I've used over the last 13 years to create passive income for myself with low startup costs. I used them with the goal of making $5,000 to $10,000 per month, and I often succeeded.

Little did I know, these skills I developed by 'brute-force' would later be leveraged at a much larger scale. Now I get to help multi-million and multi-billion dollar enterprises out-maneuver their competitors (for a cut of the profits).
Dropshipping (Ecommerce)

Sell products online without paying for them until after you've already sold them.

Good fit for people who... are analytical & data-driven, and want to learn sales copy, basic graphic design, and basic supply chain management.
Affiliate Marketing

Sell other companies' products & services for a commission with unique referral tracking links.

Good fit for people who... are or want to become compelling writers or video producers, or who can make basic javascript tools, and want to sell through education.
Consulting services

Sell a specific skill of yours as a service, or turn it into a process or software you can sell at scale.

Good fit for people who... have a specialized skill set others will pay for, and want to learn cold outreach, lead generation, and sales.

Take my quiz to see which method is right for you.

Dropshipping, Affiliate Marketing, or Consulting? Which is the better method for your current skill set & resources?

Take the quiz