#267: A Warren Buffett Investment Secret You Can Mimic
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Warren Buffett is considered a superstar investor and he is probably the most well-known name in the investment world. Worth billions, it’s a distinction he surely deserves. On this episode of the Dentist Money™ Show, Ryan and Matt reveal a surprising secret to Buffett’s success—and it’s a secret you can start duplicating right now. Numerous books have been written about the fundamentals Buffett follows on his way to creating a fortune. But this ingredient to that success is often overlooked.

The Art of Passive Income
The Art of Passive Income
Mark Podolsky
How To Get Rid Of The Headache Of Hiring A VA
Bob Lachance is the Founder and CEO of REVA Global LLC, a sought-after mentor, an industry expert, and a former professional ice hockey player. He leads his company by the mantra, “no lead left behind” to ensure his clients, whether seasoned professionals or newbies to the real estate industry, make the most out of every lead, every deal, and every opportunity that pops up in their inbox. As an entrepreneur by nature, Bob currently owns, operates, and manages several business ventures globally. With each failure and success that came with his businesses, he has garnered a wealth of experience which led to the creation of one of the leading Real Estate Coaching and Mentorship programs in the US. After many trials and errors with Virtual Assistants and stories from industry personnel who share his experiences, he was then bitten by the idea bug and in 2016, REVA Global LLC was born. Before his official leap into the business and real estate sectors in 2004, Bob enjoyed a successful 8-year long professional ice hockey career which awarded him the opportunity to travel and reside in various places in the United States and Europe. Today he coaches ice hockey and enjoys the downtime with his wife and three children when he’s not too busy mentoring and engaging his long list of clients. Listen in as they discuss: * Bob’s journey to where he is at now. * Outsourcing good VAs. * The processes that go into figuring out which VA is most compatible with the needs of your business. * How to examine your business to determine which tasks generate the best ROI and which tasks should be delegated to a VA? * Understanding the key role consistency plays in keeping your business afloat. * Maintaining an effective management system that can be easily manipulated by your VA. * The importance of raising your game to keep ahead of your competitors and position yourself as an expert at what you do. And, more! _Your business runs the way exactly how you want your business to run, and please don’t hand it off to somebody else to let them run it. If you’re going to do that, get a partner who’s invested as much as you are into your success. ~Bob Lachance_ TIP OF THE WEEK Mark: My tip of the week though it is actually going to make you money and save you time, ultimately save you time. Learn more go to revaglobal.com and start hiring your VA team. They are already trained, they are already vetted, they’ve got good internet, they got good hardware. Let Bob deal with all the headaches. Scott: Have you ever looked at a company logo and thought, “Man that’s a kool font”, you know… like… I don’t know… Stripe for example. They have a kool font, I think. Well, go over to this website, fontinlogo.com; when you get there, you can type in a company name—Stripe is there at the bottom, as a featured one—so if I go in there and hit Stripe, for example, what would happen is it would go out and search their database and tell me that Stripe’s font is FF Fago. If I click on the box, it gives me a link to download or get the FF Fago font. Bob: The book, Traction by Gino Wickman is a very good book. It breaks down the EOS system and one of the things that I actually gained from looking at that book is that it puts your business —it doesn’t matter if you’re by yourself, or you’re working solo, or you have a team—it puts structure around exactly how you are going to be looking at your business from now, next month, to a month after. So that is one of the things I would highly, highly recommend. _Isn’t it time to create passive income so you can work where you want, when you want and with whomever you want?_
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Jack Sweeney Speaks to CFOs About Driving Change | Middle Market Media, LLC
678: The Arc of Data's Evolution | Ed Goldfinger, CFO, Quantum Metric
When Ed Goldfinger is asked to relate a moment of strategic insight that he has experienced as a finance leader, he draws our attention to his CFO tenure at Zipcar, the car-sharing upstart that targets the short-term needs of its customers by being billable by the hour as well as the minute. At Zipcar, Goldfinger would achieve the fabled CFO milestone of taking a company public. However, the biggest takeaways for him were related to the experience of growing a company widely recognized as an industry disrupter—and thus member of a cohort known as much for innovation in business modeling as for often startling deficiencies in benchmarking data. “You couldn’t point to any existing player and say that this was what we should look like over time,” explains Goldfinger, who notes that Zipcar grew from roughly $55 million to $300 million in annual sales during his term as CFO, a 6-year tenure that ended with the sale of Zipcar to Avis Budget Group in 2013. Among the more sizable obstacles that Zipcar’s finance team faced was the lopsided rental habits of its weekly customers. “There were probably 50 percent more rentals on the weekend than on weekdays,” comments Goldfinger, who reports that the spike in customer demand on weekends burdened Zipcar with growing numbers of dormant vehicles on weekdays. He continues: “I invented a metric that we called ‘weekality,’ which was simply weekend usage over weekday usage, with the goal being to lower it.” What’s more, Goldfinger says, the company introduced incentives to make overnight rentals more appealing to weekday customers and at the same time launched a “big push” into the business rental market by using promotions specially designed to attract weekday corporate customers. Still, Goldfinger admits that few incentives were more effective than pricing when it came to striking a weekday/weekend balance: “We charged a lot more on weekends on a per-day basis because there was just no way that we could hit our revenue-per-car numbers if we didn’t achieve a better balance during the course of the week.” –Jack Sweeney * Leave rating & review * Signup for our Newsletter GET MORE: Order now The CFO Yearbook, 2021
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Real Estate & Financial Independence Podcast
Real Estate & Financial Independence Podcast
Chad Coach Carson
#154: Career Capital - Financial Independence Isn't the Only Way to Get Personal Freedom & Autonomy
Episode #154 - Learn how to get more autonomy & freedom before you even reach financial independence using something called career capital. Companion article: https://www.coachcarson.com/career-capital/ __________ 🏘️REAL ESTATE IN YOUR RETIREMENT ACCOUNT? This is a strategy I've used successfully for years, but you've got to make sure you have a custodian that specializes in this type of investment. I personally use and highly recommend my friends at American IRA. You can watch a short video, get an information guide, or set-up a free consultation at https://coachcarson.com/americanIRA __________ 🎧SUBSCRIBE to the podcast for more episodes about how to achieve financial independence and do what matters using real estate investing! https://coachcarson.com/podcast ---------------- ▶️WATCH my YouTube channel - Coach Carson TV - for tutorials, tips, strategies, and interviews https://www.youtube.com/user/CoachChadCarson?sub_confirmation=1 ---------------- 📋 GET MY FREE REAL ESTATE INVESTOR TOOLKIT https://coachcarson.com/reitoolkit ---------------- FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM 📸 https://www.instagram.com/coachcarson1/ ---------------- READ MY BOOK ON RETIRING EARLY 📚 https://www.coachcarson.com/retirementbook ---------------- 👋👋 SAY HI ON SOCIAL https://www.facebook.com/coachchadcarson/ https://twitter.com/CoachChadCarson
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Master Passive Income Real Estate Investing in Rental Property
Master Passive Income Real Estate Investing in Rental Property
Dustin Heiner
3 Crucial Things To Know Before You Invest In Real Estate
These are the things you need to become a real estate investor. Get the Free Real Estate Investing Course: https://www.masterpassiveincome.com/freecoursep Join the Real Estate Wealth Builders Investor Membership https://www.masterpassiveincome.com/buildersp // WHAT TO WATCH NEXT How to Become Successfully Unemployed: https://youtu.be/wx5Ke9KVs58 Get Money For Investing in Real Estate: https://youtu.be/u4IY5UMDkrI How to Start Investing In Real Estate: https://youtu.be/fJVOeSgXZRQ How to Analyze a Real Estate Investing Deal in 5 Seconds: https://youtu.be/SqA1HcAW4EI How to Set Up Your LLC for Your Business: https://youtu.be/B9RzLkAZI9s How to Use Owner Financing to Make Loads of Money: https://youtu.be/qAOpCOWvj6Q //BEST REAL ESTATE INVESTING RESOURCE LINKS Find Off Market Properties: https://masterpassiveincome.com/propertysearch Get Business Funding https://masterpassiveincome.com/fundandgrow Great High Interest Savings Account: https://masterpassiveincome.com/cit Accurate Rental Rates: https://masterpassiveincome.com/rentometer Self Directed IRA for Real Estate Investing: https://masterpassiveincome.com/rocketdollar Learn more about Dustin and find resources to build an automatic real estate investing business: https://masterpassiveincome.com/ Join our free private Facebook group! https://masterpassiveincome.com/group NOTE: This description may contains affiliate links to products we enjoy using ourselves. Should you choose to use these links, this channel may earn affiliate commissions at no additional cost to you. We appreciate your support!
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BookThinkers: Life-Changing Books
BookThinkers: Life-Changing Books
Nicholas Hutchison
45. Chris Guillebeau: Author of The Money Tree
The World’s #1 Personal Development Book Podcast! In this episode, I have the pleasure to interview author Chris Guillebeau. Chris is the New York Times bestselling author of The $100 Startup, Side Hustle, The Happiness of Pursuit, and other books. During a lifetime of self-employment that included a four-year commitment as a volunteer executive in West Africa, he visited every country in the world (193 in total) before his 35th birthday. His daily podcast, Side Hustle School, is downloaded more than two million times a month. Our conversation today is all about his newest release, The Money Tree: A Story About Finding the Fortune in Your Own Backyard. This fun business fable answers the question, “What if the solution to your money problems is right in front of you?” Please enjoy this amazing conversation with Chris Guillebeau. Today’s episode is sponsored by Audible. Try Audible for free: www.bookthinkers.com/audibletrial. The purpose of this podcast is to connect you, the listener, with new books, new mentors, and new resources that will help you achieve more and live better. Each and every episode will feature one of the world's top authors so that you know each and every time you tune-in, there is something valuable to learn. If you have any recommendations for guests, please DM them to us on Instagram. (www.instagram.com/bookthinkers) If you enjoyed this show, please consider leaving a review. It takes less than 60-seconds of your time, and really makes a difference when I am trying to land new guests. For more BookThinkers content, check out our Instagram or our website. Thank you for your time!
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Real Wealth Show:
Real Estate Investing Podcast
Real Wealth Show: Real Estate Investing Podcast
Kathy Fettke - Real Wealth Network
Real Estate Investing: Raising Money Through Real Estate for Yourself and for Charity (Audio)
Building wealth is something that we do for ourselves and our family, and for some, it’s also a way to “give back” to people in need. In today’s episode, we’ll hear from someone who started his real estate career so he could raise enough money to help orphans around the world, as well as his family. He’s truly a good, good soul. If you think investors are more self-serving than that, this interview might change your mind. Our guest, Whitney Sewell, became a federal agent after serving in the military at a very young age. When he got married, he and his wife, Chelsea, decided to adopt at-risk children but realized they needed more time and money to fulfill their charitable dreams. Whitney had heard that other people could build wealth through real estate, so he thought he could too. He and his wife bought two triplexes. They also lost a lot of money on those initial investments but learned a lot, as well. Today, they personally own more than 250 units and their company, Life Bridge Capital, has invested in more than 900 doors worth more than $120 million. Inspired by their desire to help orphans and their families, the Sewells founded the Life Bridge Foundation, and donate 50% of their profits to the foundation. Whitney is also the host of the Real Estate Syndication Show. Links: www.RealWealthShow.com https://lifebridgecapital.com/ https://lifebridgecapital.com/podcast/
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