CARLOS' MISSION

TO HELP AS MANY PEOPLE AS POSSIBLE join the movement

to acquire $1 Billion of Multifamily Real Estate Assets Over The Next 7 Years

THE STORY OF CARLOS SALGUERO

Carlos Salguero is a world-class businessman, entrepreneur, real estate investor, and mentor. He is known for moving from zero to 1,000 units in 12 months and increasing the value of one

of his properties by $7,000,000 in only six months.

Carlos is the Founder of NetDirect Distribution, a 20-year-old, 7-figure family business headquartered in Denver, Colorado. He has consistently been a top 1% seller on Amazon worldwide.

Carlos is also the co-founder of Marketer Brothers, offering a world-class marketing system that enables businesses to grow
and scale, create more revenue, employ more people, and impact more lives with their products and services.

As a teenager, Carlos and his brother, Ricardo, co-founded what eventually became the most prominent magazine in South America for mountain biking.

Carlos is one of the most notable real estate mentors today, having created a multifamily real estate education and mentorship business that draws students from all over the United States and overseas. He also hosts one of Clubhouse’s most educational and engaging rooms, the Perpetual Wealth Club.

Carlos is the Founder and President of CS3 Investments, a premier multifamily real estate investment firm with properties in Tennessee, Georgia, and South America. He is rapidly expanding into other states. Carlos has a target of acquiring $1 Billion of multifamily real estate assets by 2030.


Many who are starting their investment journey trust Carlos as a mentor to guide them on the path of building generational wealth for their families through multifamily real estate investing. Carlos does not offer a get-rich-quick scheme but a get-wealthy-for-sure roadmap.

Many who are starting their investment journey trust Carlos as a mentor to guide them on the path of building generational wealth for their families through multifamily real estate investing.

Carlos does not offer a get-rich-quick scheme but a get-wealthy-for-sure roadmap.

"I grew up with limited opportunities."

THE KID FROM ECUADOR

I was born in Quito, Ecuador. Opportunities were minimal. If you didn’t have cash, you could not buy anything. So my parents built our home without taking out a loan. My dad built his office building and warehouse with cash. No loans. Since everything had to be paid for with cash, many projects were built in phases. The owners would make a little money and build another section until the project was complete.

When I was 12 years old, I started working with my dad. My siblings and I grew up in his little print shop. From the age of 12, till I graduated high school at 17, I would go there every afternoon after school, and he would assign tasks to me. Evenings. Weekends. Sometimes holidays. He never paid us.

My dad pounded into my brain that the United States was the best country in the world, the land of the free, the land of opportunity. No country is as impressive as the United States for business and individual freedom. I grew up constantly hearing that.

"So, after I graduated high school, I came to the United States to study at Colorado State University.

I planned to return to Ecuador after I graduated; however, my father made it clear he did not want me to go back."

My father wanted me to have an opportunity to do more extraordinary things than he did. He passionately believed that I could do that in the United States. I graduated with a Bachelor’s in business, then got a Master’s in engineering.

Since I was not returning to Ecuador, I knew I had to find a job. I heard Hewlett-Packard Corporation was hiring engineers, so I boarded a plane and flew to Silicon Valley. I was all in. I did not have a return ticket!

When I arrived at the corporate office, I engaged the HR Department. “Hey, I know you are hiring. I am an engineer, and I have good grades.”

They replied, “Oh yes, that was last month. We are not hiring anymore.”

Not to be deterred, I asked, “When will you be hiring?”

“We are making staff cuts, but we are hiring interns.”

“What kind of interns?”

“Engineering interns.”

“Alright. How much do you pay?”

“Nothing.”

“Sign me up!”

"So I got hired as an unpaid intern at Hewlett-Packard Corporation in my early 20s and started working for free.

Even though I was working for nothing, I was the first one to work and the last one out.

That lasted for about seven months."

I received an opportunity. I did not waste it. I became a junior engineer, then got promoted to senior engineer. I ended up working there for five years.

In 2001, the Dot-com bubble burst, and Silicon Valley imploded. A lot of little startups went out of business. Big corporations started cutting employees. For me, this became an opportunity. That was the reason I started my business.

Hewlett Packard was not hiring back the people they let go, so they promoted many in-house. They did not want to hire people who would be expensive for the company. I was a junior employee. Within six months, I got promoted three times. Finally, I became the North American engineering manager for laser printing. In my 20s, I managed hundreds of engineers twice my age, if not more.

I was scared, but I took the challenge.

A few months later, I was informed that I had to eliminate 50 engineers. I received 50 payslips. Firing 50 employees was the hardest thing I have ever had to do. I was heartbroken having to get rid of people for no reason other than they were an expense to the company, and we needed to meet some quotas.

I thought, “Within six months, that could easily be me on the other side of this table.”

That gave me a reason to start my business. I started selling toner cartridges and other items on eBay. I worked every single waking hour I had outside my job. Within a few months, I doubled my income.

NetDirect Distribution was born. Today, it is a 20-year-old seven-figure family business headquartered in Denver.

Along the way, I got on Amazon and became a top 1% seller worldwide. Today, I even consult with companies on how to explode their sales on the platform.

"So I got hired as an unpaid intern at Hewlett-Packard Corporation in my early 20s and started working for free.

Even though I was working for nothing, I was the first one to work and the last one out.

That lasted for about seven months."

WORKING FOR FREE

TURNED ME INTO A MILLIONAIRE

For five years, I worked for my father for free. There was never a discussion, “Hey, Dad, how much am I making by doing this?” Instead, it came down to simply doing what he told me to do—a good five solid years working for my dad for free.

When I started at Colorado State University, I realized I needed a job because tuition was costly. My parents made huge sacrifices to fly me from Ecuador. I thought, “Surely, the university will hire international students.”

So, I went to get a job on campus. As a student, I was on a special visa, so I could not be paid to work. I offered the staff, “If you cannot pay me, I will work for free.”

I started working at the International Department of Colorado State University, doing whatever they needed me to do. I created great relationships there.

Since I was working for free, I started selling them the materials that my dad had printed. Networking allowed me to create an income stream that paid for my tuition.

During the summer breaks, I returned to Ecuador and spent a couple of months at home. At that time, my brother Ricardo and I started a magazine that became the most prominent South American publication for mountain biking. We worked for free for a good three years and then handed it over to my mom, who ran it before finally exiting.

We never got a penny from it. We worked for free the entire time.

"After I graduated college, I worked for free at Hewlett-Packard before they hired me. I moved from free to a quarter of a million-dollar salary. That experience was the runway for me to learn how to sell online."

I started working for free at my company, NetDirect.

For the first five years, every penny went back into the business. I never paid myself a salary. I barely covered my expenses.

I met my wife about two years in. She was not too happy about that. I told her we would have to live below our means for another five years because every penny went back into the business.

The path to millions was a journey of five big “free” jobs.

Since then, I have worked for my mentors in different industries for free.

I did that for my eCommerce mentor. He taught me how to sell on Amazon and beat the platform.

As a result, that company went from zero to eight figures in 18 months.

I did something similar for my real estate mentor.

I worked for free, promoting his conferences, workshops, and products, adding about $1,000,000 or more to his topline.

He taught me to go from zero to 1000 doors in real estate and achieve an eight-figure net worth.

Many people will not do that because they do not understand the power of value.

Therefore, they are unwilling to work unless they get paid, or somebody writes them a check first.

Do something for free for somebody that can put you in a position to win.

Do so honestly, without expecting anything in return from them.

That has been my biggest success hack.


"Do something for free for somebody that can put you in a position to win.

Do so honestly, without expecting anything in return from them.

That has been my biggest success hack."

DO NOT IGNORE THE SHORTCUT TO SUCCESS

My dad believed in self-sufficiency. He believed in doing everything himself. He did build a profitable business but could not scale because he never leveraged other people’s skills.

When my dad decided to retire, he did not sell the business. Instead, he had to liquidate it because no one was there to take his place. His company could not survive without him.

I acquired this limiting mindset because I grew up around it, influencing how I conducted my businesses early on.

My father’s pursuit of greatness was limited because he did not have a mentor to lean on. Otherwise, he would have been a multi-millionaire. His tenacity to achieve success with what he knew is one of the most extraordinary things he taught me;
however, he also left me some mistakes to navigate through.

I applied many of the lessons I learned from my father subconsciously, including, for a significant part of my life, trying to do things on my own: strength, ideas, intelligence, or time. Unfortunately, that cost me about 15 years of success.

"I would have probably experienced ten times the success if I had a mentor.

Do not make the same mistake. Use the shortcut. Get a mentor!

Mentorship is an actual shortcut to success."

REACH OUT TO ME TODAY!

Find somebody who already has the success, the value, the mindset, and the leadership you want, and lean on them. Cheat the system.

Shorten the time it would have otherwise taken if you were trying to figure it out by yourself.

As a business owner, maybe you have tried on your own for far too long. How has that turned out? Two steps forward, one step back?

That is exhausting and frustrating.

Wouldn’t you rather take a step, then another two steps ahead, then three more steps forward?

Yes, there are going to be some setbacks. However, you can lean on somebody that has achieved what you are trying to and is willing to share their knowledge, so you do not have to make the same mistakes.

Embrace mentorship, your shortcut to success. I am here to help you.

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CARLOS' MISSION

to help as many people as possible join the movement to acquire

$1 Billion of Multifamily
Real Estate Assets

Over The Next 7 Years

THE STORY OF

CARLOS SALGUERO

Carlos Salguero is a world-class businessman, entrepreneur, real estate investor, and mentor. He is known for moving from zero to 1,000 units in 12 months and increasing the value of one

of his properties by $7,000,000 in only six months.

Carlos is the Founder of NetDirect Distribution, a 20-year-old, 7-figure family business headquartered in Denver, Colorado. He has consistently been a top 1% seller on Amazon worldwide.

Carlos is also the co-founder of Marketer Brothers, offering a world-class marketing system that enables businesses to grow
and scale, create more revenue, employ more people, and impact more lives with their products and services.

As a teenager, Carlos and his brother, Ricardo, co-founded what eventually became the most prominent magazine in South America for mountain biking.

Carlos is one of the most notable real estate mentors today, having created a multifamily real estate education and mentorship business that draws students from all over the United States and overseas. He also hosts one of Clubhouse’s most educational and engaging rooms, the Perpetual Wealth Club.

Carlos is the Founder and President of CS3 Investments, a premier multifamily real estate investment firm with properties in Tennessee, Georgia, and South America. He is rapidly expanding into other states. Carlos has a target of acquiring $1 Billion of multifamily real estate assets by 2030.


Many who are starting their investment journey trust Carlos as a mentor to guide them on the path of building generational wealth for their families through multifamily real estate investing. Carlos does not offer a get-rich-quick scheme but a get-wealthy-for-sure roadmap.

Many who are starting their investment journey trust Carlos as a mentor to guide them on the path of building generational wealth for their families through multifamily real estate investing.

Carlos does not offer a get-rich-quick scheme but a get-wealthy-for-sure roadmap.

"I grew up with limited opportunities."

THE KID FROM ECUADOR

I was born in Quito, Ecuador. Opportunities were minimal. If you didn’t have cash, you could not buy anything. So my parents built our home without taking out a loan. My dad built his office building and warehouse with cash. No loans. Since everything had to be paid for with cash, many projects were built in phases. The owners would make a little money and build another section until the project was complete.

When I was 12 years old, I started working with my dad. My siblings and I grew up in his little print shop. From the age of 12, till I graduated high school at 17, I would go there every afternoon after school, and he would assign tasks to me. Evenings. Weekends. Sometimes holidays. He never paid us.

My dad pounded into my brain that the United States was the best country in the world, the land of the free, the land of opportunity. No country is as impressive as the United States for business and individual freedom. I grew up constantly hearing that.

"So, after I graduated high school, I came to the United States to study at Colorado State University.

I planned to return to Ecuador after I graduated; however, my father made it clear he did not want me to go back."

My father wanted me to have an opportunity to do more extraordinary things than he did. He passionately believed that I could do that in the United States. I graduated with a Bachelor’s in business, then got a Master’s in engineering.

Since I was not returning to Ecuador, I knew I had to find a job. I heard Hewlett-Packard Corporation was hiring engineers, so I boarded a plane and flew to Silicon Valley. I was all in. I did not have a return ticket!

When I arrived at the corporate office, I engaged the HR Department. “Hey, I know you are hiring. I am an engineer, and I have good grades.”

They replied, “Oh yes, that was last month. We are not hiring anymore.”

Not to be deterred, I asked, “When will you be hiring?”

“We are making staff cuts, but we are hiring interns.”

“What kind of interns?”

“Engineering interns.”

“Alright. How much do you pay?”

“Nothing.”

“Sign me up!”

"So I got hired as an unpaid intern at Hewlett-Packard Corporation in my early 20s and started working for free.

Even though I was working for nothing, I was the first one to work and the last one out.

That lasted for about seven months."

I received an opportunity. I did not waste it. I became a junior engineer, then got promoted to senior engineer. I ended up working there for five years.

In 2001, the Dot-com bubble burst, and Silicon Valley imploded. A lot of little startups went out of business. Big corporations started cutting employees. For me, this became an opportunity. That was the reason I started my business.

Hewlett Packard was not hiring back the people they let go, so they promoted many in-house. They did not want to hire people who would be expensive for the company. I was a junior employee. Within six months, I got promoted three times. Finally, I became the North American engineering manager for laser printing. In my 20s, I managed hundreds of engineers twice my age, if not more.

I was scared, but I took the challenge.

A few months later, I was informed that I had to eliminate 50 engineers. I received 50 payslips. Firing 50 employees was the hardest thing I have ever had to do. I was heartbroken having to get rid of people for no reason other than they were an expense to the company, and we needed to meet some quotas.

I thought, “Within six months, that could easily be me on the other side of this table.”

That gave me a reason to start my business. I started selling toner cartridges and other items on eBay. I worked every single waking hour I had outside my job. Within a few months, I doubled my income.

NetDirect Distribution was born. Today, it is a 20-year-old seven-figure family business headquartered in Denver.

Along the way, I got on Amazon and became a top 1% seller worldwide. Today, I even consult with companies on how to explode their sales on the platform.

"So I got hired as an unpaid intern at Hewlett-Packard Corporation in my early 20s and started working for free.

Even though I was working for nothing, I was the first one to work and the last one out.

That lasted for about seven months."

WORKING FOR FREE

TURNED ME INTO A MILLIONAIRE

For five years, I worked for my father for free. There was never a discussion, “Hey, Dad, how much am I making by doing this?” Instead, it came down to simply doing what he told me to do—a good five solid years working for my dad for free.

When I started at Colorado State University, I realized I needed a job because tuition was costly. My parents made huge sacrifices to fly me from Ecuador. I thought, “Surely, the university will hire international students.”

So, I went to get a job on campus. As a student, I was on a special visa, so I could not be paid to work. I offered the staff, “If you cannot pay me, I will work for free.”

I started working at the International Department of Colorado State University, doing whatever they needed me to do. I created great relationships there.

Since I was working for free, I started selling them the materials that my dad had printed. Networking allowed me to create an income stream that paid for my tuition.

During the summer breaks, I returned to Ecuador and spent a couple of months at home. At that time, my brother Ricardo and I started a magazine that became the most prominent South American publication for mountain biking. We worked for free for a good three years and then handed it over to my mom, who ran it before finally exiting.

We never got a penny from it. We worked for free the entire time.

"After I graduated college, I worked for free at Hewlett-Packard before they hired me. I moved from free to a quarter of a million-dollar salary. That experience was the runway for me to learn how to sell online."

I started working for free at my company, NetDirect.

For the first five years, every penny went back into the business. I never paid myself a salary. I barely covered my expenses.

I met my wife about two years in. She was not too happy about that. I told her we would have to live below our means for another five years because every penny went back into the business.

The path to millions was a journey of five big “free” jobs.

Since then, I have worked for my mentors in different industries for free.

I did that for my eCommerce mentor. He taught me how to sell on Amazon and beat the platform.

As a result, that company went from zero to eight figures in 18 months.

I did something similar for my real estate mentor.

I worked for free, promoting his conferences, workshops, and products, adding about $1,000,000 or more to his topline.

He taught me to go from zero to 1000 doors in real estate and achieve an eight-figure net worth.

Many people will not do that because they do not understand the power of value.

Therefore, they are unwilling to work unless they get paid, or somebody writes them a check first.

Do something for free for somebody that can put you in a position to win.

Do so honestly, without expecting anything in return from them.

That has been my biggest success hack.


"Do something for free for somebody that can put you in a position to win.

Do so honestly, without expecting anything in return from them.

That has been my biggest success hack."

DO NOT IGNORE THE SHORTCUT TO SUCCESS

My dad believed in self-sufficiency. He believed in doing everything himself. He did build a profitable business but could not scale because he never leveraged other people’s skills.

When my dad decided to retire, he did not sell the business. Instead, he had to liquidate it because no one was there to take his place. His company could not survive without him.

I acquired this limiting mindset because I grew up around it, influencing how I conducted my businesses early on.

My father’s pursuit of greatness was limited because he did not have a mentor to lean on. Otherwise, he would have been a multi-millionaire. His tenacity to achieve success with what he knew is one of the most extraordinary things he taught me;
however, he also left me some mistakes to navigate through.

I applied many of the lessons I learned from my father subconsciously, including, for a significant part of my life, trying to do things on my own: strength, ideas, intelligence, or time. Unfortunately, that cost me about 15 years of success.

"I would have probably experienced ten times the success if I had a mentor.

Do not make the same mistake. Use the shortcut. Get a mentor!

Mentorship is an actual shortcut to success."

Find somebody who already has the success, the value, the mindset, and the leadership you want, and lean on them. Cheat the system.

Shorten the time it would have otherwise taken if you were trying to figure it out by yourself.

As a business owner, maybe you have tried on your own for far too long. How has that turned out? Two steps forward, one step back?

That is exhausting and frustrating.

Wouldn’t you rather take a step, then another two steps ahead, then three more steps forward?

Yes, there are going to be some setbacks. However, you can lean on somebody that has achieved what you are trying to and is willing to share their knowledge, so you do not have to make the same mistakes.

Embrace mentorship, your shortcut to success. I am here to help you.

REACH OUT TO ME TODAY!

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