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Matt has been seen on CNN.com, Forbes.com, ABC News, and numerous other media outlets. His training products can be found on Amazon.com, Barnesandnoble.com, and iTunes. His popular blog https://www.getontheinside.com updates members with free video trainings spotlighting cutting edge real estate strategies.
Matt is also the creator of “The Internet Real Estate Tycoon” training program which was recently featured on CNN.com and garnered the endorsement of Shark Tank’s
In his spare time, Matt has taken on the role of Executive Film Producer. His first film, “Legends of the Knight”, opened to universal positive reviews and was recently signed to an exclusive deal with Netflix. His next film is currently in development.
Matt and his wife Lindsay travel the world relentlessly while running their businesses and working as founding board members of 3 charities: Khusi Hona: The Indian Orphan Project, The Rising Heroes Project, and Jamobility: The Jamaican Wheelchair Project.
Matt is incredibly bald, and when the sun catches his shiny head just right . . . it can temporarily blind you. You’ve been warned.
He’s really just an ordinary guy who once had a goal to be successful in real estate investing and become a master of the “multiple streams of passive income” concept. As an experienced and accomplished professional, he felt writing and teaching were the next logical steps in his career.
Also, because of the issues surrounding the economy today, he is especially interested in informing the public of what multiple streams of income, cash flow and real estate investing can do for them.
“It’s just not right to be privy to good news and keep it a secret. If you know something that can truly help someone else… sharing it is a responsibility.” –Matt Theriault