Hi, I'm Evan.
I'm 24 years old, born and raised on the edge of the Toronto border in a neighbourhood called Thornhill. Ever since I was about 6 or 7 years old, I was always playing around on my parents' computer. I've made more YouTube channels and websites than I can count in my lifetime. I was born with an entrepreneurial spirit. I didn't watch TV or movies, I watched YouTube.
This holds true to this day. To a degree, I was a trendsetter in school. Not for fashion, but for video games and hobbies. I'd always hover around an A- in school so my parents would stay off my back for the sake of doing what I loved every evening; playing sports, spending time with my friends, and building online businesses like Minecraft servers for fun.
Fast forward to age 17, when it was time for me to decide on a career path. I decided on computer science because I loved computers, websites, and video games. I was also shy. I got a scholarship to the University of Toronto's Computer Science, Mathematics and Statistics program, and while I was attending school there my entire life changed. While I was supposed to be studying for my midterms in my first semester of school, I was bored and had a thought:
"I used to love building things online... There must be a bigger way to do that and make real money instead of doing this."
I didn't want to "be an entrepreneur," I wanted to make a living off of my hobby.
I remember the exact moment. Just writing this gave me chills. I went to YouTube and looked up "make money online" and I was sold within about 5 minutes. I became obsessed on Thursday, October 12th, 2017. I stopped caring about school again and went back to doing well enough in my classes to stay out of trouble. The problem was that I knew it was really possible to make a living doing this, but I was in school. I always felt like school took me away from doing what I loved.
One day I was sitting in one of my computer science classes and there was a guy about 10 feet away from me. He wasn't paying attention. He was just coding his own thing like crazy. It all clicked. I didn't go home and code or do analytics. I tried coding before, and I was good at it; it just wasn't what I really and truly loved. Business was. I was in the wrong place. Long story short, after my first year in university on my way to a great career in the tech industry, I dropped out. My parents weren't too happy.
From there I screwed up a lot. It was embarrassing. My parents pressured me to make money or go back to school. At this point, I knew I wanted to become an entrepreneur, and I learned that sales was a core skill. So I applied for sales jobs and I got a job with a small real estate team in Thornhill. I was running their Facebook ads and calling my own leads to book appointments for them. While we were profitable, the problem was that the leads sucked. Most of them were the wrong number, the person was "just browsing," they were "not moving for 12-24 months," or they wanted something worth $900k for $450k.
This was in 2019. Ever since, my sole focus has been solving one of realtors' biggest problems:
The results you see on my website are not just people who got lucky, they're people who know how to convert that were simply dealt a batch of high quality leads. All they had to do was talk to leads and wait.
They were all rewarded.
So that's my origin story.
My business is my life.
My business is my purpose.
I know it.
Over the last few years, I expanded into other parts of Toronto and the GTA (Greater Toronto Area) servicing clients in Markham, North York, Etobicoke, Scarborough, Vaughan, Pickering, Whitby, Ajax, Oshawa, Mississauga, Brampton, Oakville, Burlington, Hamilton, Newmarket, Aurora, Stouffville, Kitchener-Waterloo, and more. I've since expanded across the rest of Canada and into the US.
If you'd like to learn more about my services: