About Dylan Sigley





Dylan Sigley’s origin story started in Wellington, New Zealand, where he earned his bachelor of commerce degree, majoring in management.

Always planning on starting his own business to achieve freedom, he felt he needed more ideas or direction, so he put this idea off in pursuit of a degree.

It was clear from the beginning that he didn’t want a 9-5 job after his many experiences working minimum-wage positions, the latest of which was working in a call center.

“I always knew I wanted to start a business for myself but didn’t know how or what it would be. Working minimum wage jobs from 13 to 23 helped me realize I hated when other people had control over my time. I remember sitting in my cubicle at my last job, dreaming about freedom. Even the corporate jobs I got offered after finishing my bachelor’s degree seemed like death to me.”

Around this time, Dylan discovered the online business world and began voraciously consuming all the content available and researching all the business models.

“I began researching how to start an online business at the time. I kept it in the back of my mind, but I didn’t have the slightest clue about any of it. It seemed wild to me then that people could make money on their laptops at a beach somewhere exotic. So I researched all the usual business models, but most didn’t feel appealing because of the high costs or high competition.”

Dylan discovered one business model in particular where you could sell services online, and at the time, only one course was available on the market. So he began researching the course, looking at reviews, and discovered that it cost $5,000 and was only launched once per year.

“Then I discovered it was possible to sell services online by sourcing freelancers, creating a brand, and finding clients worldwide. I liked this business idea because it was free to start (you just needed to source the freelancers and reach out to clients. But more importantly, there wasn’t much competition at all at the time. There was only one guy I knew about doing it, and he sold a $5,000 course; it looked pretty legit, but I didn’t have that kind of money.”

Dylan Sigley built a website with his roommate in 2013, but when it came to starting the course, he didn’t have that kind of money. So he and his friend fell into procrastination, giving up on this first idea.

“After telling my friend about this business model I discovered, I somehow convinced him to build a website and start a business with me. It was a good idea at the time because he had web design and development skills. Looking back, we didn’t do anything to get it off the ground once we built the website; we left it to gather dust. From there, we procrastinated and moved on to other things.”

Two years later, in 2015, Dylan Sigley completed his master’s degree; his thesis was ‘Entrepreneurial motivation and change,’ which involved traveling around New Zealand and interviewing different entrepreneurs to learn about their experiences.

“It was around this time, in 2015, I was talking to these very successful entrepreneurs talking about their motivations for building their businesses, and I could relate to their reasons for doing so. It was the thing that relit the fire for me about online business. I was about to finish my studies, and no more road was left to keep putting off my dreams.”

He realized he was motivated to start a business but needed to figure out where to start. He always had that course back in his mind from two years prior, but it was still out of his price range, realistically. At the time, Dylan Sigley was still working at the call center on minimum wage.

“I still didn’t really know what to do other than having a general idea about a range of business models and an interest in one in particular. So I just bookmarked the course that cost $5,000 and started saving up to join that month before I could start it. It was going to take months for me to save up that amount.”

The course he wanted to take launched once per year for one day, or at least that’s what they said, so he was waiting until that launch day. It was a few months out, so he used the time to start a business himself. This was a coaching business, possibly foreshadowing his future at the Drop Servicing Blueprint.

“I had always been very into self-development topics and coaching others to improve their lives. Because I already did it on a range of topics, I thought maybe I’d start a business around that. So while I waited for the course to launch, I created a lousy website, and like the website we created a couple of years before, I didn’t really do much with it because I was still putting off my dreams of waiting for this course to be released.”

Finally, the launch day came, and Dylan Sigley planned to join via a payment plan. He still needed to learn precisely how much it would cost. He only knew that the course was going to launch during the time he would be at work. So somehow, he would have to join while at work.

“I still remember sneaking into the bathroom to buy this course during my shift at the call center. I opened up my phone and clicked the link in the email. I was shocked. The payment plan wasn’t as good as I thought it would be, so I needed more to afford it. I needed to put it on my credit card, which wasn’t a good idea. But looking back, I was desperate to make it happen and achieve my goals, so while I wouldn’t recommend most people do that, I definitely don’t regret it because look where it got me.”

Once Dylan Sigley entered the course, he felt highly motivated. The course, community, and coaching – as he went through it, he realized it was all pretty basic. And looking back, it probably wasn’t worth $5,000 for a range of reasons. He was grateful for it as a catalyst for all his success, but this experience would direct him in creating the course he wished he had when starting.

“That high you get when buying something is pretty huge regarding your biggest dream. So I was super excited about it. It looked good at the time, and the guy was good at hyping it up. But it was pretty basic, looking back. I never thought about it until after the fact because I was caught up in the moment, but it really over-promises and underdelivers. Which really drives me when developing my own program. I don’t want it to be super basic because that’s what the masses want; I’m here to make it the best for those who truly want to take action and get results.”

The process of building one of these businesses was relatively straightforward. A lot of pieces needed to be added to the course, but he figured out how to build the business pretty quickly. Looking back, Dylan felt like it was all common sense for the most part.

“I implemented what was taught there, and it was pretty straightforward. There were certainly some good things about it. But what I took long term was making sure the steps were highly practical and detailed while being based on real businesses still working. Having direct access to the person teaching it and having people hold you accountable to your goals is the accountability aspect. Then the templates and resources to make it as easy as possible remove many of the excuses and laziness that come with doing something new.”

Dylan Sigley made fast progress in building the business by creating the offer, finding his freelancer team, and building a website. He finally reached the point where he was ready to launch, but there was still this fear of failure. It can be difficult to believe something is possible before you’ve done it. He reflects on this belief’s importance and how it’s built into the Drop Servicing Blueprint.

“I had built the thing, and it was ok, but until you get that first sale, there is a lot of fear about whether it’s possible or not. Even if you know others are getting success, you still sit there wondering, ‘Is it possible for me.’ So you only really get over that once you get your first success, but it helps a lot when you see other people getting results. It’s that ‘if they can do it, I can do it’ mentality. Which is why in the Drop Servicing Blueprint, we’ve got it so our students are posting sales in the community constantly to inspire everyone.”

This persistence paid off when Dylan finally got his first sale. He describes it as being the best sale he ever made, even after building multiple businesses, driving 6 and 7-figure businesses. From there, the belief through experience may have led him to find fast success quickly.

“I remember walking home in the rain from my minimum wage job in the call center and looking down at my phone for a second, then seeing that beautiful paypal icon pop up on my phone. That first every sale is the greatest feeling because that’s when you realize it’s possible, and yeah, it changed my life forever.”

At this time, Dylan was still working this part-time job in the call center. The business was generating a few monthly sales, which amounted to around $5,000/month. This was a couple of months after that first sale, and he was thinking about quitting his job and moving in with his parents to build his business. Looking back, he says this is not the best thing to do.

“So I had scaled up my business to a good point and felt like if I moved back in with my parents, I would get more results faster because I’d have more time. Looking back, I should have stayed in my day job for as long as possible. Because once you quit your job, you have all the time in the world to invest in your business, but it doesn’t take that much time. If you have a job, you will have money to invest in your business, automate and scale a lot faster, and achieve your goals quicker. Think of it like this. If you quit your job, you can work 16 hours daily and build all the systems to automate it. So now you have all the time in the world and are just focused on marketing and sales. Looking back, I’d keep that job and invest in my business to get results faster.”

Once he found something that was working, he could double down on his strategy to grow his revenue quickly. At the time, he was using a range of marketing strategies and got success with all of them. He says it’s about managing your resources sustainably and doubling down when it works.

Now it was time for Dylan Sigley to move into the automation stage of his business. He details the process for automating everything with people and software to take himself out of business.

“What I did was create written procedures complete with screen recordings and steps for every single piece of my business; lead generation, sales, and project management. Then I used software to automate that where I could, which is cheaper than hiring people. Finally, hiring people to execute on the systems created to automate every aspect of my business fully.”

In October, Dylan began traveling the world with a fully automated business funding his freedom. He describes the feeling of achievement and designing his life around what he likes to do. The practice of gratitude is also important when it comes to the success side of things.

Dylan Sigley had achieved his initial goal of building a little online business that would allow him to live a life of freedom, fun, and adventure. His business was fully automated, and he was making enough to live the lifestyle he wanted. Around this time, he began consulting others on their businesses.

“It was an amazing feeling to have that business I’d been dreaming of finally. I was traveling the world, including Asia, the USA, and Europe. I had a lot more free time to do the stuff I wanted to do and found that a lot of the friends I made also had businesses. So I ended up consulting on many of my friends’ businesses as well, which showed me how much I love helping others achieve their goals.”

After refining the strategies and tactics he used to build, automate and scale his drop servicing business, Dylan wanted to see how replicable this process was. So on top of consulting friends on their businesses, he tried launching a few other very successful businesses. A couple of these were a Facebook ads agency and a graphic design agency which he details here.

“After achieving that freedom and consulting others, I launched a few other businesses with a couple of highlights: a Facebook ads agency where I landed our first $12,000 client in just 6 days and got high ticket graphic design clients focusing on brand design, which was cool. I began working on a wide array of services which gave me a lot of knowledge around how different services are delivered”.

The Drop Servicing Blueprint was the natural evolution of Dylan Sigley’s journey in online business. He was already passionate about building, automating, and scaling businesses, building multiple successful 6 and 7-figure businesses.

Then helps his friends do the same with his own businesses. There was a need for a new challenge. Looking back on his experience with a $5,000 course in the day, he was thinking about how he’d create a course that had everything he wanted to have at that time. So he set out on engineering what would become the most ‘results getting ‘online business course available online.

When designing the Drop Servicing Blueprint, Dylan Sigley discovered a few core components essential to student success. Not in the way it’s usually done, though, and definitely not how it was done in the $5,000 course that started his online business journey.

Dylan Sigley’s students quickly began getting great results, some of whose stories you can find here. At this point, hundreds have quit their jobs with their drop servicing business. In the Drop Servicing Blueprint community, some entrepreneurs have built 6 and even 7-figure businesses.

The Drop Servicing Blueprint is engineered for success. The course has both ‘do it yourself’ and ‘done with you’ elements. You could join and follow the steps to build your business while getting coaching, accountability, and help in the Drop Servicing Blueprint community. The latest addition to the program is the Drop Servicing Blueprint partner program, named so because of the new ‘Done For You Business’ module, which includes everything from one of Dylan Sigley’s businesses that he runs to this day. Here you’re given VIP access to his expert team, your first business idea, the delivery system, packages, prices, niches, and your offer. The next evolution of the Drop Servicing Blueprint will include a range of digital services in the course. You will have all the done-for-you elements to build all the best drop servicing businesses on offer right now.

“I set out to create the best course on the market. I knew that I’d first give away everything from my own drop servicing businesses. Next, I created highly detailed step-by-step modules on how to build the business from 0 to fully automated. I included 100+ ‘done for you’ templates for what to say from my own businesses. And I personally respond to my Drop Servicing Blueprint community students and do weekly live coaching sessions. Additionally, we’ve now got other successful coaches helping students in the community. Our latest version of the program is the Drop Servicing Blueprint Partner Program which includes ‘done for you business’ modules where we provide access to high-quality freelancers, high-converting niches, your first business idea, offer, pricing, packages, and everything you need to put together the pieces of your business simply.”


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The Drop Servicing Partner Program is the latest edition of our course, coaching, and community.

It includes step-by-step strategies and tactics to take you from beginner to advanced in drop servicing.

Including access to Dylan and other successful drop services in the community and weekly coaching calls.

30+ hours of detailed training and 100+ done-for-you templates to build your business in the fastest and most effective way possible.

VIP access to his expert team, your first business idea, the delivery system, packages, prices, niches, and your offer.

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