Business Tips: How to Turn a Bucket of $20 Thomas the Trains Into $175 | Trash Talk #3

Business Tips: How to Turn a Bucket of $20 Thomas the Trains Into $175 | Trash Talk #3

Awesome Tip: How to Turn a Bucket of $20 Thomas the Trains Into $175 | Trash Talk #3

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$300 dollar profit all day long guys! Every garage sale hunt can’t have a $2,000 outcome, but part of the game is that you have to be playing as much as possible to get the really valuable stuff. The $300-$500 bucks is still A LOT more money than most people are making on the weekend or on hourly wage. #muglife 😉

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19 Replies to “Business Tips: How to Turn a Bucket of $20 Thomas the Trains Into $175 | Trash Talk #3”

  1. You see, the reality is life is not easy for most people that includes myself too. Now I’m not being negative just stay with me for a second here let me explain myself please.
    When you decide to make moves and take action towards your dreams and desires, life tends to throw many different types of hurdles and bumps on your way, the key is to have strong values and self reliance to conquer through anything life may throw at you.

    Always stay at corse and have belief that the next deal is close by, it’s a phone call, a text message a subscription away. Stay focused and keep an open mind.

  2. I just watched 3 of your Trash Talk shows, back-to-back. It was a lot of fun to watch.

    I did my own version of what you are doing, when my children were very small. One weekend I'd go to garage sales (in nice neighborhoods) and buy kids clothes, the following weekend I'd sell them at the flea market. I made an easy $200 to $300 every weekend I sold at the flea market. My kids are in their 40s now. 😀

    Watching you on these shows makes me want to go out and do it again. I'll use ebay or fb this time. Thanks for the entertainment. I've been a fan of yours, since I 'discovered' you about six months ago.

    Best regards!

  3. I’m up until 4am doing homework right now, copy pasting the achievements of people form the renaissance and honestly just seeing this makes me hate myself for wasting my time, I’m going to gain more from this video then I ever will from this work, what you do is absolutely inspirational

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