The Money Podcast
The Money Podcast
Oct 21, 2020
Money Today vs. Money Tomorrow
21 min

Balancing the right amount of input on money today vs money tomorrow is a time management exercise that will help to keep money flowing through your business today and enable you to scale your business tomorrow, but not everyone finds the right balance. Tune in to hear Rob share his thoughts on income generating tasks, key result areas and how you balance your time and money on the right income streams for sustainable growth.

 

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KEY TAKEAWAYS

 

  • Money today is your hourly rate, your consultancy rate and the money you get from the work that you do directly. This can consist of over the phone selling, mentoring and tutoring with a direct income earned today.

 

  • Money tomorrow is future income streams, future businesses, strategies and ventures that will generate you an income in the future. This can consist of business planning, ideation, future joint venture partnerships and deals you’re working on that will net an income in 12-18 or 24 months.

 

  • Key result areas work on money today and money tomorrow. For example, working on joint venture partnership and future deals are key to success but will only generate money tomorrow, however, it’s essential to invest time in partnerships and future deals for security and if money today dries up.

 

  • Income-generating tasks work purely on money today and create the money that helps your business survive on a day-to-day basis.

 

  • Aim to work on the 80/20 principle. Spend 80% of your time working on income-generating tasks for money today such as sales calls and marketing and 20% of your time on KRA’s for money tomorrow such as partnerships and collaborations.

 

  • Once you have scaled your business and have a staff and a sales team you can flip the 80/20 principle and spend 80% of your time working on money tomorrow strategies, deals and partnerships.

 

BEST MOMENTS

“If you spend eight hours a day on money tomorrow you can’t make money today and that’s a problem”

“Money tomorrow is uncertain but it’s essential to create ventures that will generate money tomorrow in case money today dries up”

“By working on money tomorrow you will ensure your company grows”

“By having a staff focused on money today you will ensure you keep money flowing”

“Admin is not money today or money tomorrow, you need to outsource the admin tasks that do not directly generate you an income”

 

VALUABLE RESOURCES

https://robmoore.com/

bit.ly/Robsupporter

 

ABOUT THE HOST

Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor, and property educator. Author of the global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur”

 

“If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”

 

CONTACT METHOD

Rob’s official website: https://robmoore.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs

LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979

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The Progressive Property Podcast
The Progressive Property Podcast
Kevin McDonnell
How I Quit My Job & Built a Property Business
Luke Brindley has scaled his property empire to over 15+ properties since joining the VIP programme at Progressive Property and is now securing JV funding for more deals helping other investors source and scale their own property portfolios. Listen in as Kevin and Luke discuss the fundamentals of property investments, what it takes to scale up your business from part-time investor to full-time property entrepreneur and how you can shift your mindset, leverage social media and build up a network of investors around you quickly and effectively.   Join the Progressive Property Community KEY TAKEAWAYS   In property you get out what you put in. It can take a long time to get traction in the property market and secure a deal but you need to be persistent, invest in your local area and look for the longterm gain and not the short term wins.   When you’re starting your property portfolio, exchanging your time for money is just too slow. You need to JV with investors and like-minded individuals in the property community to secure JV finance and more quickly scale your portfolio.   If you’re investing in property alone you can have a very limited mindset and it is not until you join a mentorship group that will you understand the value in ‘getting out there and speaking with people’ and discovering that you can raise funding for property deals. Start investing in property, building your network and mastering your strategy in your local area part-time whilst you’re still employed until you have partly replaced your income and cost of living. Once you do move into property full-time your portfolio, funding and JV funding will grow exponentially.   Use social media to share your property journey, interact and help other investors on their journey and you will organically grow your network and find more deals and funding for your property business.   SUBSCRIBE TO A BRAND NEW MINI-SERIES How to Perfectly Invest £5,000 | The Best Stocks | Property | Gold & Classic Cars Watch Live On The Progressive Property YouTube Channel Every Monday At7PM Tiny.cc/PPTV Listen To Audio Recordings On The Money Podcast bit.ly/moneypodcastitunes       BEST MOMENTS “Don’t look for the quick win, look for the long term gain.” “At the age of 35, I’ve been able to quick my day job and spend more time doing what I love” “In property you get out what you put in” “You don’t know what you don’t know” “My portfolio is 100% self-funded” “I’ll post property content daily on social media to share my success” “Two years ago I didn’t have property network and now I’m turning down deals” “Build your parachute while you’re in the aeroplane before your jump full time into property” “Social media has been the single source of finding investors for funding in the past 2 years” SUBSCRIBE TO THE A NEW INVESTMENT SERIES Episode One: How to Perfectly Invest £10,000 | The Best Stocks | Property | Gold & Classic Cars Watch Live On The Progressive Property YouTube Channel Every Monday At7PM Tiny.cc/PPTV Listen To Audio Recordings On The Money Podcast bit.ly/moneypodcastitunes ABOUT THE HOST Kevin McDonnell is a Speaker, Author, Mentor & Professional Property Investor. He is an expert when it comes to creative property investment strategies. His book No Money Down: Property Invest talks about how to control and cash flow other people’s property to create financial freedom.    CONTACT METHOD https://www.facebook.com/kevinMcDonnellProperty/ https://kevinmcdonnell.co.uk/   ABOUT THE GUEST   Luke Brindley is a property investor, BTL portfolio owner in Hull and East Yorkshire and has been actively investing in the area since 2011 with the aim of improving the quality of available housing in the local area and provide tenants with a ‘new home’. Luke is the owner of Wizard Properties & founder of Grow Your Property Portfolio.     CONTACT METHOD www.growyourportfolio.co.uk https://www.linkedin.com/in/luke-brindley-grow-your-property-portfolio/               SUBSCRIBE TO THE A NEW INVESTMENT SERIES Episode One: How to Perfectly Invest £10,000 | The Best Stocks | Property | Gold & Classic Cars Watch Live On The Progressive Property YouTube Channel Every Monday At7PM Tiny.cc/PPTV Listen To Audio Recordings On The Money Podcast bit.ly/moneypodcastitunes ABOUT THE HOST Kevin McDonnell is a Speaker, Author, Mentor & Professional Property Investor. He is an expert when it comes to creative property investment strategies. His book No Money Down: Property Invest talks about how to control and cash flow other people’s property to create financial freedom.    CONTACT METHOD https://www.facebook.com/kevinMcDonnellProperty/  https://kevinmcdonnell.co.uk/  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
32 min
Property Magic Podcast
Property Magic Podcast
Simon Zutshi
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19 min
The Property Podcast
The Property Podcast
Rob Bence and Rob Dix from The Property Hub
TPP402: 3 property investors tell us about investing during the year of Covid
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The Disruptive Entrepreneur
Rob Moore
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Secret Leaders
Dan Murray-Serter, Rich Martell
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44 min
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The Michael Yardney Podcast
Michael Yardney; Australia's authority in wealth creation through property
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