Before becoming a
consultant for Energy Provider, what was your profession?
My profession is marketing and Finance, I’ve built a
multi-million dollar successful
business in network marketing and I believe and
it’s the true path to generating
residual income and great wealth. When
the deregulation of electricity market
evolved I knew it was a chance to
capitalize on the largest redistribution of wealth
in our lifetime.
What about Energy Provider makes
you proud? In other words, what about the company is
pleasing and satisfying?
I am extremely proud to be an energy consultant!
It’s very satisfying to know that
this career provides enough income to pay all
of my family’s bills with plenty left
over each month. It is a pleasing
and comfortable life being able to travel and
relax at our leisure.
3. Can you briefly inform
us about the history of Energy Provider and its origins?
Energy deregulation began in Texas in 2002. Currently there are
24 states in some form of deregulation and many countries through
out the world.
4. What, or who,
convinced you to become a consultant for Energy Provider?
No one had to convince me of the potential of the energy
market. I was extremely successful during the deregulation of the long distance
market during the 90’s and
saw thousands of people become millionaires. The
deregulation of electricity is
six times larger than the deregulation of
telecommunication, so I knew it was
about starting and getting a piece of the
5. What does your job as
a consultant entail? And what kind of returns do expect
from your work?
Have built a team of consultants and everyone’s goal is to
6. How long have you
worked for Energy Provider and during that time period,
how has Energy
Provider helped you?
I have been an energy consultant since February,
2007. The corporate office in
downtown Dallas is a great source of support!
Corporate tours are available at
7. Can you tell us how
much you made during your first year as a consultant for
8. What is your current
position at Energy Provider, what level consultant are you?
did it take you to
become an executive consultant?
I am currently an Executive Consultant and it took just
under a year to reach that
9. How long have you been
working for Energy Provider? Could you tell us how
much you made during 2010?
10. Would you ever sell your position in the
company? If you would sell your
position in the company, how much would
you sell it for?
11. If somebody offered you $2.5 million in cash,
would you sell your business?
No, the residual potential is much greater than that.
12. Do you have any business secrets that explain
your success as a consultant?
To become successful you must dedicate yourself to your
team, you only succeed
and prosper if your team is successful.
Do you have any advice for people who are
interested in joining Energy
The best advice that I can give someone is to get started
now! The monetary
investment is small, however the future earning
potential is enormous.
14. Forgive me for not asking you this question
earlier, but how much did you
invest when you first joined Energy
15. Exactly where does the company provide
electricity in the United
Currently customers can enroll for energy service in Texas and New York and
Natural Gas service in Illinois and New York.
16. How many people have accounts with Energy
Provider in Texas?
Percentage wise, how
many people have
electricity accounts with Energy
Provider in Texas?
Currently the company has less than 2% market penetration
in Texas, it
open territory for others to conquer!
17. Would you mind telling us your expected
income for the year 2011?
A lot! I travel for leisure one week out of each month,
and my wife is retired from
the legal profession and our bills are paid with
money left over!
18. How did you become so successful? Did
something in your educational
background aid you? What made it
possible for you to market and sell so
many electricity accounts?
Perseverance is a key fundamental to succeed in
referrals, business cards, and explaining to others
the benefits of creating a
residual income that pays you every month long after
you did the work the
19. What future management and business plans
does Energy Provider have?
The company plans on expanding into several other
deregulated states in the
future, that’s why it’s important to start now.
20. Can you tell us what one MUST do and/or not
do to be as successful as you?
See number 18