I want you to get to know me before applying...
Hey there, in case you’ve never met me or heard about me before, my name is Jeff Barnes, and I’m the CEO of Angel Investors Network. Over the past decade I’ve worked with over 3,000 entrepreneurs, raised millions of dollars for my own businesses and real estate, created multiple 7 and 8 figure businesses, and seen over $100 million invested into companies I’ve worked with. I’ve also helped Global Fortune 500 companies roll out new technology, processes, systems, and products that have generated billions in sales and cost savings.
My driving passion is creating businesses that are making a difference in the world and creating wealth for their founders, owners, and shareholders. I especially love working with entrepreneurial leaders in the health, wealth, technology, and education spaces because these are areas where we can really make a difference.
I’ve been featured on a number of podcasts, radio shows, and even TV segments discussing the process of creating wealth by building successful businesses.
But here’s the thing, I don’t want you to work with me or even apply to work with me if you don’t think I’d be a good fit for you. If you’re not ready to take massive action, implement strategies, show up prepared and ready to roll your sleeves up, then we likely won’t be a good fit. Also, if your business isn’t already generating $1 million in revenue or you haven’t raised over $1 million in capital, its highly unlikely you’ll be a fit for working with me directly.
That doesn’t mean we can’t help you, it just means you might not be ready for one-on-one consulting with me directly.
And, since I don’t expect you to just trust that I’m a good fit to work with and help you, please listen to this recent podcast interview I did with Julie Roehm, the CMO of Party City.
After you’ve read all this and listened to this interview (and watched the interview I did a while back down below), then and only then should you consider applying.
Because I need you to know where I’m coming from before we get started. Fair enough?
Okay, enough from me…