On this 100th episode, I thought it would be a great time to talk about big picture thinking with my good friend Kyle Garifo. We step back and look at real estate strategies for the long term, what we wish we’d done sooner in our own businesses, and how we’re preparing for a recession.
When everyone else is running their business one way, it’s time to step out of the box and reverse engineer some solutions that make more sense for you. Marketing, structuring deals, and finding leads all look pretty standard across the industry, but Steve Morris takes a totally new approach and brings a completely new energy to the table.
It’s on the news, it’s talked about in blogs, and it’s all over internet forums. You can’t avoid the quiet whispers that we’re overdue for a recession. So how do you prepare for a market correction? Rob Swanson wants to save you from making the same $30 million mistake he made in the last recession, and he gives solid strategies to protect your real estate portfolio for the next one.
What does the next generation of real estate investors look like? I talk with 24 year old Antoine Martel about his jump into real estate investing as a college student, and what kind of things are holding his peers back from following him. As a podcaster with an audience of 17-27 year olds, Antoine has his finger on the pulse of the millennial investors.
Are you cut out for active investing or would you rather stick to passive investing? Justin Donald shares how he’s taken on the active investing role, and why he prefers it to passive investing. He details his operation, how he’s structured his team, and when you should and shouldn’t make business decisions with your emotions.
Aspiration is power with purpose, and it doesn’t wash off in the shower like inspiration does. But how do you find aspiration? I talk with Frank McKinney about how he moves past fear into the unknown, how faith informs his business decisions, and his ATV approach to life. He shares his “why” that drives his real estate investing, and how you can join him in building houses in Haiti.
A good real estate lawyer can help you set up an LLC. A great real estate lawyer can help you structure your business in a way that helps you eventually scale up without the normal hiccups that come from growth. Join me as I talk with two great real estate lawyers about how they help their clients grow their businesses from the ground up.
With the experience of over 1500 podcasts and a mastermind, Mike Hambright knows the key traits of elite investors. He shares his insights with us today, why finding your core mission matters, and how he’s used these traits to challenge himself in his own business.
With a finite amount of hours in the day, we are limited with the number of one-on-one lunches we can have to drum up new deals. It can make it really difficult to reach more people, talk to more investors, or coach more real estate deal-makers when you’re controlled by time. This is why it’s important to start thinking strategically about how you can take your message to a bigger audience.