When Joel Friant began his career working as a real estate salesman, he had no idea that it would lead to him sharing the secrets of success with other business minded people.
Joel left his original job as a real estate salesman to test his new restaurant idea. He opened the first Thai fast food restaurant in 1995, and it rapidly rose in popularity. His customers couldn’t get enough of the exotic cuisine and Joel had an idea for a way to send the spice of his restaurant to the homes of his customers.
Joel perfected a new method with which he could dry and perfectly flake habanero peppers while retaining their spice and smoky flavor. He called his new product the Original Habanero Shaker and it was picked up by some major grocery retailers in the state of Washington.
Joel then decided to return to his initial line of business and once again became a real estate salesman. He shot to the top of the lost if best salespeople and soon opened a branch office of his own that offered mortgage loans for real estate customers.
In 2008 Joel and the rest of America were subjected to the financial crisis. Joel took this disaster as an opportunity to learn what business practices lead to success and what business practices don’t. Through his studies, Joel developed what he called the Income Thermostat along with several other plans for success.
Joel began to teach his methods through seminars and published writings. Those who listened to Joel’s advice soon found themselves achieving business success.
Joel still coaches others to success. He is now focusing on capturing cryptocurrency as a way to fund businesses and other ventures. He also continues to focus on his product the Original Habanero Shaker by putting it in new markets.