Every city has its secrets, but there’s only one place where you can count on two things: a cold drink and a bulletproof alibi.

Welcome to “The Alibi.”

On the outside?

It’s your typical shit hole bar with neon signs flickering “Open.”

But inside?

It’s the spot for those who need a little… backup.

Now, here’s where things get strange…

…The crowd is mostly ex-cons and those with a knack for bending the truth.

And guess what Reader? That’s not all..

The Alibi’s unique selling point?

They’ve got your back. No matter what.

You see there’s an unspoken rule here:

What is it?

“If they say they were here, we saw them.”

And that’s a pact thicker than a phone book.

So why am I telling you this?

Because during my first days building an audience…I stumbled upon this bar.

I thought I’d just found a great spot for a drink.

To take a load off…

…Then I realized there’s a STORY behind those grimy bar walls.

Here’s the twist…

Just like the customers of “The Alibi,” every entrepreneur, marketer, and writer needs a tribe.

A network. A group of people who’ve got your back.

Sounds familiar, right?

The biggest mistake I made growing building a business:

Thinking I could do it on my own.

Therefore I failed for 6 months straight!

Zero results.

Do you know the feeling?

And that’s what your audience can be: your personal “Alibi.”

So how do you build your “Alibi” tribe?



Because stories create bonds…

…A bond so powerful that it results in exponential growth.

And if you’re looking to make it big on platforms like X or LinkedIn…

…I’m building a paid online community.

That’s right.

Forget the expensive cohorts that cost THOUSANDS of dollars…

…and join this tight-knit, affordable community that gives you:


-Hot seats


-Special Events

-2 live calls week

-Exclusive workshops

-Live thread reviews and feedback

+ much more…

The best part?

There are limited spots available…

And because you’re in my newsletter you’re the first to know

Are you interested in joining?

Click here to join the waitlist and save your spot.

Catch ya on the flip side,



What’s one problem you’re having with sharing your stories?

Reply to this email and I’ll help.