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How To Open Up Your Life to Sources of Free Money and Help That You Can't Find Using Goolge
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Created by Matthew Lesko
Last updated 7/2017
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  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 1 Supplemental Resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Cut your internet research time by 80% when searching for grants and other free money programs on the internet. Learn 7 websites that are better than Google for locating grants, direct payments, forgivable loans and and free services you can use for solving financial problems or funding your projects.
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  • 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, table, smart phone or something similar.

Matthew Lesko is America's #1 Free Money Researcher.  He's written over 100 books on the subject including 2 New York Times Bestsellers. Two of this books won "Best Reference Book of the Year" awards and he was a financial  columnist for the New York Times,  Chicago Tribune and Good Housekeeping magazine.

Matthew has sold over 4 million reference books on free money and had a string of very successful infomercials.  He has been a regular guest on TV talk shows like The Today Show, Good Morning America, The Tonight Show, Letterman, Oprah, Larry King, CNN, ABC News and Fox News.

He still spends every day of his life researching grants and other alternative sources of free money and help for clients who need to solve their financial problems or fund their projects.

This Course Will Cut Your Internet Research Time By 80%

Lesko has taken his 40 years of research experience and developed a simple set of skills and tricks to keep you out of the Google Search Run-A-Round.   

Your new skills will not only save you tons of internet research time and frustration...but more importantly, you will finally discover the money sources that were never showing up in Google.

You'll Learn The 5 Biggest Problems When Using Google and How To Solve Them.

1...Quantity not Quality

2...Advertising Dollars


4...Asking The Wrong Question

5...You Can't Call Google

You will also learn how to use 6 alternative websites that specialize in showing you only free sources of money and help--never trying to sell you anything.

Your Google Searching Will Never Be The Same Again!

But, You'll Now Have A Bigger Problem....

What Are You Going To Do with All The Extra Time You've Saved by No Longer Going Around in Google Circles?

Matthew Lesko

New York Times Best Selling 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 for solve financial problems or fund projects like a business, a home, or an education.
  • Those how want to learn 5 news skills that can solve your internet searching frustrations.
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Curriculum For This Course
Why Google Sucks When Searching for Free Money to Solve Financial Problems
11 Lectures 52:54

The problems relating to "Quantity" and "Advertising" are discussed in this lecture.

Google Problems #1 and #2: Quantity and Advertising

Learn how "Accuracy" of the information you see in Google affects you being able to get the help you need.

Google Problem #3: Accuracy

The most important part of using any internet search engine is  "Asking The Right Question".

Google Problem #4: Don't Know The Right Questions To Ask

Learn how the information explosion has made advice from free experts more important than ever.

Preview 01:46

You will learn about a web-based search engine that has only sources that give out free money and help and never charge for anything.  

Also learn how to identify web addresses so that you only followup on those that offer free hep and not those that are there to get money from you.

Answers: #1, #2 and #3: Only Free Money for Anything and Money for Business

Here are 3 more websites that only give you free money and help to:

--Solve Debt and Financial Problems

- Provide Free Technical Expertise for Running a Household or Food Related Business

- Help Veterans and Their Families Get 100% More In Benefits

Answer #4, #5, and #6: Agriculture, Veterans and Personal Finance/Real Estate

Where to find people in your community that provide free services to help you search for grant money available from 140,000 foundations.

Answer #7: Free Database on Personal Grants

Learn the best kept secret that every rich person knows but is available to everyone.  Your Elected Official Is The Best Place To Start To Get A Grant.

Bonus Answer: How To Get Free Money From Your Congressman

Now that you know what sources to contact to get the help you need, this lecture will describe what to do when you contact them.

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About the Instructor
Matthew Lesko
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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.