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Airbnb hosts pay attention…there's a brand new online event coming up called From Hectic Host to Millionaire Manager. 

This FREE event will take place on Thursday August 12 at 1pm PST / 4pm EST and will take about two hours. 

It's hosted by Eric Moeller, Co-founder and CEO of Overnight Success, the leading educational company in the short-term rental space.  

Speakers include…

Jasper Ribbers, author and host of Get Paid For Your Pad and Co-founder of Overnight Success

Julie George, author of Million Dollar Host and Co-founder of Host My Home, a short-term rental management company with 130 units under management in Cairs, Australia. 

At the event you'll learn how to scale your Airbnb business to 7-figures without working more hours and burning out.

More specifically you'll learn:

  • How you can get yourself out of the day-to-day in your hosting business 
  • The 3-step system you should follow if you want to do over $1mm on Airbnb (several of our students have accomplished this in the last few months)
  • How you can double the amount of units that you manage without doing any extra work
  • What Legends who run 30+ units do differently than Hectic Hosts (and how they can work less but make more)
  • Plus a whole lot more…

This is a one-time Zoom event and seats are limited, so don't wait and register now.

What is a Hectic Host?

The training is open to all Airbnb hosts, but it is specifically designed to solve the challenges that a Hectic Host runs into.

In case you’re not familiar with this type of host, here's what that means. 

A Hectic Host is an Airbnb host who does all or most of the work that’s involved in their hosting business. 

Messaging guests, managing listings, and sometimes even cleaning the properties. 

These hosts typically operate from memory, so they have no systems in place to help them stay organized or run their business efficiently. 

They’re someone who constantly works IN their business… instead of ON their business. And working ON the business is the important part… 

Because that involves hiring and managing team members and talking to property owners and investors for example. 

Those are the things that really “move the needle” and drive value to the business.  

But the Hectic Host doesn’t do that… they’re stuck being a business manager, but not a business owner. 

They don’t have time or energy to focus on the tasks that a CEO of a business should focus on. 

If any of this sounds familiar… then you’re probably a Hectic Host, and you should register for the event now. 

You’ll learn exactly how to get OUT of the Hectic Host stage, and scale your business to $1mm in revenue on Airbnb…without doing more work. 

See scaling a business doesn’t mean working more hours. It means working LESS hours. 

I know this sounds strange, how can you manage more units by working less? 

The trick is that you stop doing all the low level tasks yourself.

How? That’s what we’ll dive into during the training. 

So grab your free seat now and let’s get you out of the daily hurricane in your business so you can work less and make more.

The Five Stages of Hosting

There are five stages of hosting that every Airbnb host is in: 

  1. The Traditional Host 
  2. The Side Hustle Host
  3. The Hectic Host
  4. The Rising Star 
  5. The Legend

Why is this important?

Well in order to grow your business, it’s essential that you understand where you’re at now. 

That way you can clearly see the path ahead… from where you are now to where you want to go. 

Simple right? 

And now there’s an easy way to find out…simply register for the event From Hectic Host to Millionaire Manager to learn at what stage you're at and how to move to the next one. 

The Five Stages of Hosting