I just ordered my copy of “Expert Secrets” 😀

…and I can’t wait for it to ship!

I just put in my order for a FREE copy of Russell Brunson’s newly-revised book, “Expert Secrets!

I’m so excited to get it!

Russell actually paid for the book himself, so it’s FREE! (All I had to do was cover the shipping, which is awesome!)

Here’s the link where I got mine for free:

Claim Your FREE Copy of Expert Secrets 

It feels like the #funnelhacker world has been patiently waiting for FOREVER while Russell re-wrote a HUGE portion of this book…

And now it’s finally available for order, and I’m freaking out!

It’s going to feel like a whole new book!

Inside the book, Russell shares his secrets on the art of finding your voice, and creating a message that will connect with your audience, so you can convert more visitors into buyers, and help the people you’re called to serve…

These are the same scripts and strategies that Russell uses (and that I use) inside each of his funnels and presentations…

You can grab your free copy here…

Claim Your FREE Copy of Expert Secrets 

Remember, the book is FREE + a small shipping fee.

I can’t wait for you to enjoy it!

Mike Berrios

P.S. Also, if you’re the type to LISTEN to books, you can grab the Expert Secrets audiobook as an add-on option. That way, you won’t have to wait for the book to ship. You can download and listen to it immediately! 

Claim Your FREE Copy of Expert Secrets

P.P.S. PLUS, I wanted to share something amazing

[Update] One Funnel Away Challenge LIVE

how was your week?

Hey, real quick. My friend Russell Brunson is
having a live One Funnel Away Challenge.

I did the OFA Challenge. It was great. But it wasn’t live!

You have a chance to attend the event… LIVE.

Hurry and grab your ticket before they’re gone.

I posted about it on my Facebook page

Right here —> https://www.facebook.com/258579170912376/posts/3016481005122165/?d=n

If you’re ever interested in starting an online business, then the OFA Challenge would be the right place to start.

You’ll thank me later.

Have a great weekend

I’ll check you next week.

see you at the top

Mike

P.S. check my post on my FB page. (Yeah I’m a real person just like you.)

[Update] Latest stuff on our Food forest, upcoming plans and rehoming a good dog.

Growing a food forest has been challenging but at the same time very rewarding. From ordering quality seeds to harvesting our crops

it has been an awesome experience, not only to work out there, but to see the investments we’re making bear fruit (no pun intended.)

In my latest post I go over the plans of what’s in store for the food forest project and I ask you, my friends, to help me find a new home for a pet…

[Update] Side Hustle Project

2020 has been the year to forget. With the pandemic and all the other craziness in the world it has become more imperative to take control of my life. I’ve been grinding hard to realize my main goal of freedom.

From growing my own food, to growing my businesses, and building my wealth using investments in crypto, real estate and other alternative assets. Along with all the challenges that the pandemic has presented, opportunities have also been created. It’s up to you to see how you come out of all this.

I posted a new video about what I’m doing to be able to retire from my 9-5 sooner than I expected.

Check it out 👇

Stand Strong

Stand Apart

Hustle Hard Mike

P.S. If you want to shortcut the video and see what I’m doing to be able to retire sooner than I expected then go HERE.

2020’s Ups, Downs, And Sideways!

OMG! What a year it’s been! If you’re anywhere in the world you may have had the same type of year as we’ve had in CT. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed just about everything. Kids attending school virtually, people working from home, families using Zoom to do baby showers. Unfortunately, there have been an unimaginable amount of people that have died from the virus. And the many who have fallen ill from COVID are struggling to recuperate physically, mentally, emotionally, and financially. It has been a unprecedented time for everyone.

For me and the family we’ve had our fair share of “trying times”. But at the same time we’ve been able to adapt to our “new normal”. My kids have been doing their best to deal with online school. My wife has recently joined the workforce and I’ve taken advantage of some opportunities that this pandemic has created.

Despite all the adversities, challenges, and uncertainties I’ve learned that being a prepper isn’t only for the conspiracy theorists. 😳

Who knew that toilet paper and lysol would be scarce?

With all the craziness, I’m still confident that we will all come out of this with a better appreciation for life.

2020 is almost done (thank God!) but the residuals from the events of this year will be lasting well into the next couple of years.

What have you learned from 2020? What will you do differently for the upcoming year?

Year End Review & Update

2019 is coming to an end in less than week. It was a tough and challenging year for me and the family. But we’re doing good and very excited about the new upcoming year. I pray that you’ve had a good year and that your 2020 is full of opportunities and good health.

I wanna share with you some of what has happened on all things Berrios

Starting with my Food Forest project

We grew various tomatoes and cucumbers. I planted carrots and lots of sweet peas and green beans
Check out those potatoes, nothing beats all organic and homegrown

I followed James Prigioni’s The Gardening Channel on YouTube and did all my planting using my own composting and using wood chips as a mulch. It all worked wonderfully. The soil was covered for about a year and it was pretty fertile. I’m eager to see how much more fertile the soil will be after the winter.

Japanese Eggplant
Spinach, Arugula and Goji Berries!

I pruned my maple tree that’s located in the middle of the yard. So now I have more sunlight for the Food Forest.

I planted a few apple trees, a cherry tree, a couple hazelnut trees, two pear trees, an almond tree and peach tree. I’ll add pics and a video soon.

My mom helping out

I’m planning on planting a few more trees this coming spring and I’ll be ordering a number of new seeds that I’d like plant.

All in all it was a good second season. I’m looking forward to new things to try and more fruits and vegetables to grow and eat.

Food Forest Phase 1

I’m excited to share the progress I’ve had so far in developing my food forest in my back yard. Before I go on I’d like to thank Chip Drop for hooking me up with access to the wood chip delivery. I highly recommend the company if you’re looking for fr.ee and accessible wood chips delivered to your garden.

I’m inviting you to check out the launch of my new series on my channel documenting the food forest build.

My disclaimer is that I’m not a professional gardener nor do I have any extensive experience in gardening besides growing some lettuce and tomatoes. However, I am a believer that whatever you set your mind to accomplish you will succeed once you model yourself after those individuals who have blazed the path before you.

With being said, i welcome you to check my first video in the Berrios Food Forest Build series

Time For a New Project: The Berrios Food Forest

Call me Farmer Berrios. The idea of one day owning a farm has been a dream of mine. I’ve had a small garden in the back yard of my apartment for like the last 5 years. Since we bought the house last March, we grew some tomatoes and veggies with some success. This season I’d like to expand into a mini-farm operation.

YouTube has been my online education resource from hobby farming to chicken coops. There’s so many Youtubers with great channels that I’m inspired to get my own Food Forest started. I’ve decided to go with a permaculture process like Paul Gautschi’s “Back To Eden” technique.

My back yard has been cleared out thanks to my dogs tearing and digging it all up. Thanks Odin and Dutchess, good dogs.

I ordered free wood chips from Chip Drop to lay all over the yard but just as I was distributing the wood chips, it started to snow. This is how it looks so far…

There’s 20 cubic yards buried in snow in my driveway
Left side of the back yard
Right Side where the planned chicken coop is going

I’ve even drafted a plan drawing of the layout of my raised beds, chicken coop and dog pen. Just gotta lay out where my potential fruit trees are going. That’s how serious I am.

There’s a huge tree smack dab in the middle of the yard that I have to trim to allow more sun onto the Food Forest

Overgrown Tree that needs to be trimmed

I’d like to consider myself a handy, hands-on kinda guy. But tackling this beast may be way over my head. Literally.

My objective is to build the infrastructure DIY and with as much organic material as possible. I do plan to recycle and reuse whatever I can find to make the Food Forest as raw and natural as I can; but at the same time be fully functional.

This project is more than a dream for me. It’s about being self sustainable

Living off the grid.

Well sort of

I’m excited about this next venture and I’ll do the best I can to document the whole process

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