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Individual bodyguards, security consultants and EP instructors make between $400 and $2,000 a day, depending on the profile of the client or principal. Some of our wealthiest grads started as EP Instructors, and then branched into contracting. Here are a few actual examples, used with permission:
--DAN began instructing EP and dignitary protection teams in San Diego, then branched into training former Navy Seals. He soon started taking on pirate protection assignments for wealthy yacht owners by subcontracting to his own grads and seminar attendees. His agency now bills over $6 million a year, and he makes over $800,000 personally. In his prior job as an alarm consultant, he was making $45,000 a year.
--THERESA worked as a cop in Chicago and began moonlighting as a bodyguard for kids of wealthy families. She spent a lot of time negotiating with the police to keep her charges out of trouble. After graduating from PSU, she started building her own network of protection details to expand her business, and went into full time instruction and contracting a year later. Her contacts, both from LE and her own students, allowed her to build four crack details of 5 EP's each, and she has now contracted out her team at over $50,000 per assignment. She declines to say what she's making, but says it's "high six figures."
--JIM was a retired pilot who wanted to specialize in event security. After tiring of the travel, it dawned on him that his knowledge of the airline industry would make air security a natural. It's still only Jim and three partners, but their air marshal classes and related tactical sales are making them each over $300,000. Jim says he will make a lot more once he completes his tranining campus, which includes a cutaway 777 hull, rapelling tower, and helipad. He wants to become the "mini Blackwater of Iowa."
--BOB was disabled when young, and knew he would never stand post. But his love for weapons and tactics, chess, strategy, sniping and other areas made him one of the best rounded students we've ever met. After a stint with Homeland Security in poisons and toxins, Bob started his own consulting business. His original intent was to work on individual threat assessment assignments for $30,000 each. He soon discovered that there was a much bigger market for leading with an executive security seminar, then subcontracting both assessments and the whole protection package with fellow PSU network grads. He has referred more students to PSU than any other grad, over 400 at current count! Talk about a dedicated resource, THANK YOU Bob! Bob's counter: "Without your network, I couldn't handle the volume of work I now have. How many people do you know who spend their life in a wheelchair and are now millionaires? But there's a bigger point: I'm doing what I love, and am my own boss!"
--SAM says you can easily make over $500,000 the first year in this business if you have any ambition at all. He also says that the biggest problem is finding qualified subs, so he uses a combination of the PSU network and growing his own. "I will find off duty young cops, or soldiers returning from overseas, and treat them right. That way, I also know they are not hot shots, but understanding of the drudgery as well as the excitement, cognizant of the legal side, and completely dedicated to high work for high rewards. My top guys all make as much as I do: that's the way to get and KEEP talent."
How much can YOU make? The limit is your own imagination, specialty, and vision for growth. Even if you stop at just selling your own time, the average annual income is $350,000 for individual contributors, even if they only work as subs!