10 Biggest Mistakes When Searching for Government Grants
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10 Biggest Mistakes When Searching for Government Grants

Learn the 10 Biggest Myths That Stop People From Getting Grants and Other Free Money from Gov't and Non-Profits
4.7 (3 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
8 students enrolled
Created by Matthew Lesko
Last updated 8/2017
English
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Includes:
  • 31 mins on-demand video
  • 1 Supplemental Resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Learn how to avoid the common mistakes that people make when searching for grants and other free sources of funding. These tips can save you dozens of hours of needless research and dramatically increase your success rate. Also learn how to identify only real grants, direct payments, forgivable loans and and free services you can use for solving financial problems or funding your projects.
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Requirements
  • There are no prerequisites for this course. A perfect candidate is anyone who is searching the internet for grants or other sources of funding and has been unsuccessful using Google and other commercial search engines.
  • This course requires access to a PC, tablet, smart phone or something similar.
Description

In 2017 the US Government is giving out more grants and other free money to individuals than ever before.  This giveaway averages over $21,000 to every family in America.

The reason why the average person does not get their fair share is because these 10 Government Money Myths are in everyone's heads and stop people from getting the money they deserve.

I've been studying government programs for over 40 years and have written over 100 books on the subject. Two of of my books have become New York Times Bestsellers.

This short course identifies the 10 biggest lies that permeate our culture about government grants.  It will teach you the facts, how to deal with these myths, and provide strategies for getting the free money you need to:

           - Pay Your Daily Bills and Expenses    - Start Your Own Business/Non-Profit

           - Buy or Fix Up A Home                      - Get an Education/Job Training

                                                     -And Much More

Please Let Me Help You

Matthew Lesko

New York Times Bestselling Author and Entrepreneur





Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone who wants to learn why it is almost impossible to use search engines like Google to identify sources of free money and help to solve financial problems or fund projects like a business, a home, or an education, or simply looking for extra funds to pay bills and expenses.
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Curriculum For This Course
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Course Overview
12 Lectures 30:40






Don’t Believe That Government Money is All Set Aside for “Minorities”
03:02

Don’t Hire a Grant Writer
02:59

Don’t Give Money to Anyone Who Promises You a Grant
01:47

Don’t Believe That One Phone Call Will Get You All the Money You Need
02:57

Don’t Rely Only on Free Money from the Government
01:47

Don’t Stop When Someone Says “NO”
05:59
About the Instructor
Matthew Lesko
3.9 Average rating
43 Reviews
412 Students
8 Courses
New York Times Best Selling Author and Entrepreneur

Armed with a MBA in computerized management information systems paid for thanks to government money because of service as a Naval Officer in the Vietnam War, Lesko became a professor in computer science and started a career as an entrepreneur. His first two businesses failed and one was a software company.

His first successful company was a consulting business that helped Fortune 500 companies tap government programs to finance mergers and acquisitions and enter new markets. In a few short years, this business grew from himself with a phone and a desk in a one-room apartment to 30 researchers in downtown Washington, DC.

He then left the corporate world to educate the average consumer how they also can use the same government programs to help their lives. He has written over 100 books on the subject of free money. Two became New York Times Bestsellers. He was also a columnist for the New York Times Syndicate and Good Housekeeping magazine. He has appeared on hundreds of radio and TV shows and made regular appearances on Letterman, Larry King, Leno, CNN, Fox, The Today Show, Good Morning America, and Oprah. His crazy TV infomercials were among the most popular in the industry and he is often recognized on the street because Lesko always wears Question Mark Suits.