June 6

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This past weekend 78 year old Ted Sams finally walked the stage and received his high school diploma.

60 years ago, he got suspended with 5 days left in the school year. He ended up missing one of his final exams, but after he went in to make up the exam, the school said they couldn’t give him his diploma because he owed $4.80 in book fines.

By that time, he had had enough and just walked away.

Over the years he regretted the fact that he never got a diploma so he contacted the school and they went a step farther and allowed him to walk across the graduation stage at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena (which just happens to be a couple of miles from my house).

One thing that keeps people from fulfilling their dreams is simply thinking it’s too late.

I’m here to tell you it’s never too late. I’ve had students in their 60’s who went on to have incredibly successful careers in the probate niche.

But as the old saying goes, “you don’t know what you don’t know.”

And that’s why I’m going to be dropping some probate knowledge bombs on you every Thursday with a live open-mic Q&A call I’m calling my Probate Essentials Q&A.

The first call is this Thursday at 3pm PST (6pm EST) and it’s completely free! But you do need to register for the call to attend.

Go to www.probatefox.com/essentials for details and to sign up.

Committed to your success,
Ernie “The Professor” Vargas | The Probate Fox

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