The “Diagnosis” Technique for Getting Private Money

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Alrighty, I have a new video for ya… an advanced private money getting technique.

Just like a doctor diagnoses his or her patients, you should be diagnosing your private money prospects.

In this tutorial, you’ll learn not only “why”… but specifically how to diagnose your prospects and get more private money more easily.

Average investors who try to get private money (key word “try”) don’t do this… which adds to the reason that they’re average.

Check out the video below to learn the “diagnosis” technique…

Makes sense, doesn’t it?

Now that you know the power of the “diagnosis” technique, it’s time to put it to work for you.

Toss your questions, thoughts, whatever is on your mind in the comment area below.

Happy Private Money Getting!

– Patrick

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5 Responses to “The “Diagnosis” Technique for Getting Private Money”
  1. Pete Deiler says:

    Tried to get to the web site. Says that server not found. Is your email not good also?

  2. John says:

    Hey Patrick, thanks for sharing…you’ve solved the riddle on this one:) and highlighted to need to probe deeper into the real estate marketing side at a higher level by addressing needs and wants, with analysis to further solve the “patients” problem, that’s gotta be a recipe for success being an active problem solver.

  3. Hey Peter, not sure what the problem was. It may have just been your Internet connection… or maybe our server was down for a short bit.

    Anyway, looks like everything is good to go now. Our email… support [at] privatemoneyblueprint [ dot] com… is still good.

    John… you’re welcome. It makes a big difference when you probe deeper and determine the prospect’s true goals and needs… and then see if you can solve their problems with your opportunities. Yep, being an active problem solver is a recipe for success.

    – Patrick

  4. Tom St.John says:


    The ‘Blue Pill’ analogy was right on target. It’s so much easier to appeal to what a prospective lender is looking for rather than trying to force what you have on them.



  5. Hey Tom, glad you liked the analogy. Yep, that’s so true about appealing to what the prospect is looking for… but very few investors actually do it that way.

    You’re welcome.

    – Patrick

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