Paul Haarman- How To Become An Entrepreneur With No Money, Experience or Expertise

I am “hustling” on the streets of London, England. I have come here to prove something to you – that anyone can become successful WITHOUT experience, education, or capital. says Paul Haarman All it takes is an idea and 90% determination 10% luck. And even if you fail – at least you were out there, putting yourself on the line …and that’s what really matters isn’t it? When I first started my business I had $0 in the bank, no office, no employees, and no clue how to run a business (now I’m just broke).

The first thing is to choose your product or service carefully – do some so you know there is actually a market. This can be done by asking yourself – “can anyone who is thinking clearly have a use for this product or service?” If the answer is yes, then you’ve got something.

Here are some ideas for products/services that will make money quickly (I recommend starting small to test your business model) :

“Become An Expert Witness” (for legal cases)

A former professor of mine made $6k on his first day selling expert witness consultations to lawyers! You do not need law experience to do this, but it helps to know what evidence goes into a case and how lawyers think. Once you’re an expert at testifying, you could charge hundreds per hour – even thousands if you’re really good (and you really should be charging that much if you’re an expert).

You can also exploit loopholes in the legal system. For example, I know of a man who charges $2000 to write “customizable” affidavits (which means his clients don’t even need him there for their cases, and they save money). You could do this with other types of court documents too…

“Become A Medical Test Subject”

If you pass all sorts of medical tests which show your body is healthy enough to handle experimental drugs (and pass personality tests), then you can get up to $4000 per study. Studies usually pay people like this about $12k – 20k per year…so even if you only worked part-time it’d be great money explains Paul Haarman.

“Become An Actor”

You can get paid to be an actor in movies without having much experience or training. All you need is a good set of headshots, which cost about $100-$300. They show your face from different angles so they look “professional”. Once you have these pictures, post them to casting call websites like craigslist. It’s best if you live in Los Angeles or New York, but it’s possible to book jobs in other cities too (I know this because I’ve seen ads specifically calling for actors outside of LA). If you’re lucky, the movie will become successful and long-running, allowing for many repeat performances. And if not…at least you got some acting experience under your belt.

“Become A Dating Coach”

If you think you have what it takes to become a dating coach, all you need is plenty of experience in the field…which I’m guessing you already have if you’re thinking about becoming one. You can then sell your services to men who are having trouble meeting women, either via phone consultations or by teaching classes at local bars/clubs. To teach classes, just find some places that let people host events for free (or nearly free). They’re usually easy to find online explains Paul Haarman. And don’t be discouraged if they turn out small – those small groups often result in more coaching jobs from regulars!

Many of my friends have been successful in using models because their focus was much narrower than mine. They’re the kinds of people who could only do one thing well, but they did it better than anyone else. This is why Tariq “Black Nerd” Rasheed makes so much money doing YouTube videos about video games…he’s an expert at reviewing them and he does it very well.

If you want to make money fast, it helps if your business has a very focused scope (this is true for any type of business). And this focus should apply both to what you tell customers, and what you tell yourself. Steve Jobs famously refused to offer computers with different sized screens because he thought the iPad was best, and that’s all that mattered.


When people have a laser-sharp focus, they can quickly become great at what they do. So if you want to make money fast, narrow down your business idea as much as possible. If it’s too broad, then I’m sorry but there’s no realistic way for you to earn a lot of money from it in the short term says Paul Haarman.

A few years ago I met a man who wrote a book about his story…how he got rich by investing in real estate and sharing his secrets with others. He told me that after he wrote this book, he had so many students asking him for advice that he decided to start selling private coaching services (for $30k per year).


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