January 13, 2022
In this episode, we talk at length with impressive entrepreneur McKay Vowls. He tells his story of starting out newly married with very little income and building investments on the side. He had been in the military and was working as a paramedic when they started to acquire rental properties.
McKay talks about the importance of frugality and cash flow and how that all fed into them starting a successful property management company. He talks about finding leaders and how creating multiple streams of passive income was his key to retire. He even shares some important tips on how to find properties now in a unique real estate atmosphere. Let's go!
January 10, 2022
Today's episode is all about COMMITMENT. I woke up with a cramp and pain in my backside. After several attempted remedies - pills, Icy Hot, stretches, etc - it wouldn't go away. But I persevered because of my commitment.
We talk further about human nature to find reasons not to follow through. We share examples from YouTube ad campaigns and the "baptism by fire" that takes place as you learn to pivot and build your income and sales. Let's go!
January 5, 2022
We talk in this episode about avoiding wasting time and resources because it's all limited. We further explain the importance of planning and setting goals. We talk about my speaking gig with Patrick Bet-David and some lessons there. We talked about individuals in our company who are making massive strive forwards and exceeding their goals.
We go on to talk about personal development, reading books and absorbing positive material. We elaborate on that with the importance of reviewing what's worked in the past and writing goals so you see them everywhere consistently. Let's go!
December 28, 2021
We covered a lot of ground in this episode surrounding real estate and why having assets in that realm is crucial. We talked about the nature and risks of inflation, the value in multi-family properties built in the right locations. We talked about the housing shortage and the building of condos as well as office-to-apartment conversions.
We covered topics related to the evolution of home purchase lending as well as exit strategies when building condominiums or holding onto apartments. We talked about creating passive income for investors and the meaning of real estate syndication, among many other important topics. Let's go!
December 15, 2021
Troy Broussard is dynamic and highly knowledgeable software engineer with a strong military and nuclear engineering background. He shared with us how he developed a "burning desire" for independence and why he thanks his sister for that. He told us about living outside of the USA, especially Brazil, and the impact and perspective that gave.
He talked at length about the often-squandered massive opportunities in America for those who are willing to work. He told more of his background being raised up in the corporate world, getting involved in real estate and losing EVERYTHING in 2008. He even shared more about the military-instilled attitude of perseverance and the importance of admitting ignorance. He shared so much more including why his services are for "the professional marketer that values their time." Let's go!
December 10, 2021
Alinka shares some great insights with us in this episode! She told how starting a school newspaper, collecting money and building a team started her on the path of entrepreneurship. She talks about her passion for writing and the importance of focusing on our passions. She explains how a book is the best instant gratification lead magnet that maximizes a recipient's results. She also told a story of how a book can help find high level clients as well.
We discuss how a book increases opt ins exponentially and that all you need is an idea to build a vision and team around. She talks about how a book fits in and stands out (positioning) being the most important factor to its success that should be established before writing it. Let's go!
December 2, 2021
Today, we talk at length about finding and building upon something that gives you a competitive advantage. We discuss how the market decides what matters because they care about themselves and what makes THEIR lives better. We talk about lessons learned in a business law class and a story tied to the book Millionaire Fast Lane.
We discuss how this has applied with 7 Figures Funding by finding what the market wanted with credit repair, business funding, education and other related services. We cover how Twitter pivoted from a simple text message service to become dominant. We talk mostly about finding our true zone of genius and tactfully pivoting accordingly!
November 23, 2021
We talked a great deal in today's episode about the constant need for growth and striving to maximize our potential. We shared some insights from Tom Brady's show "Man in the Arena," including the mindset and inherent challenges of champions.
Tom expects to constantly pull all potential out of himself and is working to make progress each and every day. We talked about the grand importance of not celebrating or getting comfortable too soon. We even covered the concept of the fact that we are always either growing or regressing. We must always be looking for ways to get better in all the areas of life that matter - family, sports, business, etc.
We even covered some of my own mistakes in my 20's in these areas. We talked about always looking for the next hurdle to achieve potential. We talked about the sad tale of Blockbuster getting comfortable and then stopping investment and innovation, thus rendering them obsolete and, ultimately, out of business.
November 16, 2021
In today's episode, we talked about the recent infrastructure passed by Congress and in the news in the USA. We talked about the grand importance of infrastructure in building a 7 Figures business - building upon the rock instead of the sand, for example. We talked about the importance of consistent values and following through with commitments to customers and employees. We also covered some insights from Patrick Bet-David to avoid short term profits at the expense of long term gains.
November 8, 2021
This episode is universal for all areas of business and life. We talked about the importance of doing more than you are used to, staying up to date on trends and technology in your industry and talking about important areas of interest for your dream clients.
We talked about making your business stand out and being able to communicate that dream/vision, all while developing new skills. We talked about the importance of venturing out of the comfort zone to talk to people. We used several instructive analogies related to our physical development, working out, etc as well! Let's go!