My guest in this episode is Dave Nevogt is a co-founder of Hubstaff, a time tracking software for remote teams. Hubstaff allows managers to see time spent on projects, screenshots, activity levels, in-depth reports and timesheets. Dave has been founding companies since 2004 with his first success coming at 23.
In this episode, we discuss how to generate recurring income from a software, managing virtual teams, how to find partners and build high-performance teams in your business, how to use SaaS to get rich and also share insightful information when building your company.
My guest is Bill Manassero, the host and top dog of The Old Dawg’s REI Network, a blog and new weekly podcast for people 50 years and older who are using real estate investing as a means to fund their retirement years and create a legacy for their children and grandchildren. Bill’s goal is to own/control 1,000 units/doors in less than 6 years. Prior to forming the Old Dawg’s REI Network, Bill and his family were missionaries to orphaned, abandoned and at-risk children living on the streets of Port-au-Prince Haiti. Prior to Haiti he was a professional musician and, prior to that spent over 20 years in business on the corporate and entrepreneur side. A few highlights of his career include meeting Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Stewart, being interviewed by Oprah Winfrey and having CNN produce a documentary on their work in Haiti.
In this episode, I discuss how a bank functions on a very basic level and why banking is so profitable. I look at the principles and strategies that banks implement within their own banking system and see how we can implement these same principles in our own lives to reclaim the banking function in our own personal, family and business economy.
Nelson Nash, the author of Becoming Your Own Banker, said that we need to be involved in two businesses in our lives. The business that we are in to create income from and the banking business.In this episode, you will see why it is so important and powerful to reclaim the banking function in your own life.
My guest in this episode is Jake Larsen. After Google asked him to be a YouTube Marketing Ambassador, Jake Larsen quit his job (a month before his first child was born) to start Video Power Marketing; a video marketing / advertising agency that helps people capture attention, drive traffic and increase sales using YouTube Advertising. Jake works with businesses to transform their YouTube ad campaigns into automated sales machines.
Jake Larsen grew up with a camera in his hand. His passion for video making lead him to TV Advertising in LA, where he worked behind the scenes with FOX Entertainment on TV shows like 24, American Idol and House. It was here that he started to notice this massive change that was going on in the video advertising world. People’s eyes and ears weren’t where they used to be, they were shifting from TV to Online Video.
By creating effective videos and creating his own YouTube Advertising Strategies, Jake’s been able to grow channels up to 24 million views and increase online sales by 65% for multi-million dollar companies. His creative marketing solutions caught the attention of Google and was asked to become a YouTube Marketing Ambassador, an invitation that only 9 companies in the world received.
His YouTube Ads have caught the attention from people all over the world, including online marketing giant Ryan Deiss, who asked Jake to speak at the Traffic & Conversions Summit in San Diego. This new video marketing strategy earned Jake a spot on the cover of Internet Marketing Magazine and on the speaking list of events such as SMX, VidSummit, Conversion Conference, and more.
My guest in today's episode is Dean Walsh, a professional CryptoCurrency trader and the owner and editor of a popular blog focussing on Bitcoin, other cryptocurrencies and other decentralized technologies, Cryptorials. Dean shares information on developments in the space of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies and then discuss business opportunities for entrepreneurs to position themselves to take advantage of this growing accelerating trend.
In this episode, I discuss Bitcoin, crypto currencies and blockchain technology. Decentralized crypto currencies like Bitcoin is changing the way we transact with each other to peer to peer without banks and governments interfering with transactions between individuals. You can send digital currency to any person in the world without banks, governments, fees and other hassles with a click of a button.
I discuss Bitcoin and other crypto currencies, and how it is changing the way that we look at money and also look at blockchain technology and how it is busy changing the world.
Best Selling Author, Anik Singal is the founder and CEO of Lurn, Inc. and VSS Mind. He is widely considered, by the industry, as one of today’s most successful digital publishing marketers.His specialties include profit-generating product launches, building backends and funnels, article marketing, search engine optimization, affiliate marketing and business management consulting.
BusinessWeek recognized him in the Top 3 of the Best U.S. Entrepreneurs Under 25. He’s an Inc500 CEO, listed 2-times among the Fastest Growing Companies in America. While in college at the University of Maryland, he was awarded Company of the Year from MTech and named Entrepreneur of the Year by the Hinman CEOs.
His digital publishing businesses generate over $20 Million/year in sales; and he has helped contribute to over $100 Million in online publishing sales (between his own products and his clients’ businesses).
Today, Anik teaches people how to create their own online passion-based businesses. He then guides them through his step-by-step process to maximize profit and grow revenue. He has trained over 250,000 students around the world, many have gone on to become incredibly successful and true industry-leading experts.
Anik is also incredibly passionate about giving back. For nearly two decades, he has devoted his life to building schools around the world. He dreams of providing education to those who are not currently receiving that birth-right! As of today, Anik has been a key driver in helping build four schools in India. He plans to scale his mission globally, all through his non-profit organization, For All Our Good.
My guest in this episode is Pat Hiban. After obtaining his Real Estate license in late 1987, Pat sold 10 homes in his first year making 13,700 dollars in commissions. His third year in business, Pat took the Floyd Wickman Sweathog Course and learned that being a listing agent was the way to go. At this point in his career, he left his position at Grempler Realty, and started at Long and Foster Realty. After making this switch, and prospecting regularly calling up and down streets looking for future sellers, Pat was able to triple his income. The sky was the limit from there. After switching to RE/MAX in year 5 of his career, Pat spent 15 years working for them. In 2004 Pat became the #1 RE/MAX Real Estate agent in the world. In 2005, he left RE/MAX to open the Pat Hiban Real Estate Group, which was an independent company until 2006 when he joined Keller Williams. In that same year, Pat earned the award for the #1 Real Estate agent in the world with Keller Williams. In 2010 he sold his team business to his
The sky was the limit from there. After switching to RE/MAX in year 5 of his career, Pat spent 15 years working for them. In 2004 Pat became the #1 RE/MAX Real Estate agent in the world. In 2005, he left RE/MAX to open the Pat Hiban Real Estate Group, which was an independent company until 2006 when he joined Keller Williams. In that same year, Pat earned the award for the #1 Real Estate agent in the world with Keller Williams. In 2010 he sold his team business to his
In 2010 he sold his team business to his long-time partner , Mike Sloan and went on book tour to promote his book “6 steps to 7 figures : A Real Estate Professional’s guide to building wealth and creating your destiny” . With the help of an introduction written personally by Gary Keller the book went on to sell over 20,000 copies and hit #6 on the New York Times Best Seller List. In 2014 , Pat launched his podcast “Pat Hiban Interviews Real Estate Rockstars” which has had over 1 million unique downloads. He currently owns and operates Rebus University, an online training platform for sales people and entrepreneurs.
In this episode I discuss the concepts of saving, investing, speculating and gambling. There is a lot of misinformation about these concepts in our society and financial media, but what do they really mean? In our discussion, we find that a lot of people that think they are saving, are not saving but investing unknowingly and possibly even gambling.
It is extremely dangerous not to know the difference between these terms and concepts and really important to know exactly when you put your money in a savings, investment, speculative or gambling vehicle.
My guest in this episode is the inspirational Gena Lofton. Gena is passionate about helping others achieve financial independence via buying and/or building tax-efficient streams of income (e.g. assets) during optimum market cycles. Abandoned by her parents, homeless, and eventually growing up in foster care since the age of 2, taught her the lesson to never depend on others for your financial well-being.
Currently she own’s individually, and/or jointly with partners, over 3,000 apartment units, a resort in Ambergris Caye, Belize, Junior Mining/Resource Companies, Oil and Gas Wells, An Assisted Living Facility, a Digital Business, and is a shareholder of AT&T, due to their recent purchase of DIRECTV.
Gena’s Book “Escape The Madness”, The 10 Steps to Get Out of the Rat Race, has helped thousands achieve financial freedom by teaching readers the steps to have their passive income exceed their expenses.
She always encourages others to pursue their dreams and goals in life. She is a testament that you can achieve anything in life regardless of your social economic background, sex, and/or ethnicity. In her opinion the most liberating of all life goals, is that of financial freedom, allowing an individual maximum optionality.
Siddharth Bharat is an entrepreneur, digital marketer, and writer and currently the VP of Growth at Thinkific, a software that allows you to create and sell online courses. Previously, he was the Marketing Manager at LemonStand, an eCommerce platform for professional online stores.
Sid is a master at creating, marketing and selling online courses and shares how to come up with an idea for an online course, create the course and what resources to use when creating your course and then how to market and sell your courses.
This is a great way to work really hard and pack as much value for others into an informational product that will pay you for years into the future.
In this episode, I review some of the philosophy, principles, and values of the show and also express my commitment to my mission and vision for my podcast and business. I also announce the new exciting format of our show! The Cashflow Ninja podcast will have three episode's moving forward, two episodes will have guest interviews and one self-hosted. The publishing date of our shows are Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
I also discuss a lesson we can all learn from a notorious bank robber, Willie Sutton. When Willie Sutton was finally caught, he was asked why he robbed banks. Willie's response floored the press and public. "That's where they kept the money.".
We look at where the money is right now and how the modern day bank robbers are possibly going to try and steal your money from you.
Please let me know your thoughts on this episode on twitter, @mclaubscher or e-mail me at email@example.com.
My guest today is Harvard MBA, Fortune 100 consultant, new venture investor, noted speaker and bestselling author, Harry Dent, the founder and senior editor at Dent Research, where he dedicates himself to identifying and studying demographic, technological, and geopolitical trends.
With his track record of accurately predicting Japan's collapse in 1989, the dot-com bubble bust in 2000 and the housing bust in 2006 to 2007 (among many other things), he has appeared on Good Morning America and PBS, and is a regular guest on CNBC and Fox Business.
He's been featured in Barron's, Investor's Business Daily, Business Week, The Wall Street Journal, and American Demographics. And he's written numerous books, including The Great Boom Ahead(1992), The Great Depression Ahead(2008), The Great Crash Ahead(2011), The Demographic Cliff(2014) and Sale of a Lifetime(2016). He also has a free daily newsletter at www.harrydent.com called "Economy & Markets."
I cannot believe that we have published our 5oth Episode! I want to thank everyone that have supported our show and shared it with family, friends, and colleagues. In today's show my childhood friend, Carl Van Rosenveldt is the guest host, hosting the show from Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, interviewing me.
I talk about my background, the values, principles and philosophy that I build my company Valhalla Wealth Financial on, how we help our clients structure wealth plans, the wealth capture system strategy based on the Infinite Banking Concept and the Rockefeller Method of establishing trusts to protect and compound wealth for generations.
My guest in today's episode is Jozsef Kiss the Founder and CEO of Somebody2Hire, a premier virtual assistant, and staffing solution for small and medium-sized enterprises. With operations based in the Philippines, they offer their clients a way to offload administrative, customer service and marketing functions so that their clients can do what they are best at, and let an assistant handle the rest.
Jozsef discusses the benefits and advantages of outsourcing, how to choose what tasks to delegate to others, how to delegate tasks to a virtual team that assists you, how to communicate and manage a virtual team and also look at crucial mistakes to avoid when working with virtual staff.
In this episode,I discuss how to maximise and boost your investment gains using your wealth capture system. After you have built a solid financial foundation based on the Wealth Pyramid and have systematized your wealth infrastructure, sweeping 10-20% of every dollar that comes into your personal economy and contributing 10% from your sweep account into a wealth capture account, we look at how to use this account structured on the Infinite Banking Concept and philosophy to maximize the velocity of money in your own personal economy.
My guest today is Rod Khleif. Rod has personally owned more than 2,000 single family homes, and multiple apartment communities. Rod has also built several multi-million dollar businesses and has dedicated himself as a community philanthropist, forming and leading the Tiny Hands Foundation, which has benefited more than 40,000 underprivileged children.
A compelling rags-to-riches-to-rags-to riches story, Khleif soared from humble beginnings as a young, impoverished Dutch immigrant to incredible success. Khleif’s experience involves both remarkable triumphs, and spectacular failures, which he affectionately calls “seminars”. Khleif brings incredible authenticity and insight to his approach to real estate, business, and life. Khleif has used his personal philosophy of goal setting, visualization, and manifesting success to become a successful entrepreneur, philanthropist, and family man.
In this episode, we look at the important role that mentors play in our journey to achieve our goals. I am a very strong believer in the modelling principle, where you find a person that you admire and respect that has already mastered the area or skill that you wish to master and study everything you on their craft and learn from them.
I look at how you can find mentors today for free on Youtube, social media, blogs, podcasts, masterminds, and also through courses, seminars, conferences, membership sites, a paid coach and one on one mentorship from a mentor.
I am really excited and honored to have as my guest today, Joe Fairless. Joe is someone that I have studied personally and learned a lot from, he has really built a very unique online brand and I am a big fan of his podcast.
Joe is the host of the world’s longest running daily real estate podcast, Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever.
His career began in New York City as the youngest vice president of the advertising agency, to creating a company that now controls over $54, 000, 000 worth of real estate.
In his real estate career, Joe had amazing success making the jump from single family to multi-family real estate investing and he also consults investors on real estate investing.
Joe’s new book, Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever, Volume1, has been personally endorsed by Barbara Corcoran of the shark tank and all the profits of his book are being donated to the Junior Achievement of Cincinnati.
In Episode 036 , we discussed how the monetary system changes every 30-40 years and looked at possible contenders that could unseat the US Dollar as the new world reserve currency. Special Drawing Rights (SDR's) issued by the International Monetary Fund is the strongest contender alongside the Chinese Yuan to unseat the US Dollar as the world's reserve currency.
Since we published Episode 036, there have been several developments regarding the SDR that I cover in today's episode.
I talk about SDR-denominated bonds being issued in China and the G20 meeting that was held the 4-5 of September in Hangzhou, China.
My guest today is Donata Kalnenaite is the owner of Agency Attorneys. She is a graduate of The John Marshall Law School and while in law school, she was a member at the Business Enterprise Law Clinic (BELAW), which helps disadvantaged and minority entrepreneurs establish and grow their businesses. While at BELAW, Donata learned that every client should be treated with dignity and respect, no matter how small their business is, and that sharing knowledge leads to a win-win situation for everyone.
Donata has also served as the Chief Operating Officer and In-house Counsel at a software development agency until it was successfully acquired. She learned about the risks inherent in software development and in running a startup. Working at a startup has helped her refine her skills and increased her knowledge, thereby enabling her to understand her customers’ needs better.
In this episode, I talk about the meaning of financial security, financial independence, financial freedom and financial significance.
Some of these terms are overused and great cocktail party material, but what do they mean, and what do they mean to you? I discuss all of these terms and concepts and discuss what they mean to me and also talk about how layering these goals can help you obtain the summit and vision you have for your life. Most people invest in their self-development and financial education and immediately have their sights set on financial freedom before achieving financial security and financial independence. While I think it is possible to go from broke to achieving financial freedom, I think we can increase the success rate by achieving security and independence first.
I finish off the episode talking about financial significance and how it is important to know what is important to you before setting goals and the vision for your life.
My guest today is Jeanne Kelly, an author, speaker and a widely sought-after credit coach. Fifteen years ago, Jeanne was turned down for a mortgage and she realized that she needed to understand why and fix the problem. Today, Jeanne has become one of the country’s foremost authorities on credit, credit reports, and credit scores. She is the author of two books, she has appeared on The Today Show, The Lisa Oz Show, Blogs for Huffington Post, Credit.com and her advice has helped thousands of people around the US to build stronger, healthier credit.Jeanne Kelly is an author, a speaker, and a widely sought-after credit coach. Fifteen years ago, Jeanne was turned down for a mortgage and she realized that she needed to understand why and fix the problem.
Today, Jeanne has become one of the country’s foremost authorities on credit, credit reports, and credit scores. She is the author of two books, she has appeared on The Today Show, The Lisa Oz Show, Blogs for Huffington Post, Credit.com and her advice has helped thousands of people around the US to build stronger, healthier credit.
In this episode, we are discussing the concepts and meaning of the terms "price", "cost" and "value". There is a very big difference between the price of any product and or service, the real cost of the product and service and the value that this product and or service is providing to us in our lives.
We look at why it is important to evaluate every decision to buy a product and or service, or an asset by looking at the price, the real cost and the value that it will add to our lives. I use the examples of home ownership, investing in the same single family property and renting the same investment property. I also look at a practical example I come across in my wealth management and education firm looking at term insurance versus permanent life insurance.
I am honored to have one of the top Bitcoin experts in the world the show, Roger Ver. Roger Ver has been a long time proponent of voluntaryism, the idea that all human interactions should be by mutual consent, or not at all. He doesn't make exceptions for people wearing uniforms and working in buildings with flags in front. He is most well know for his work promoting Bitcoin. In 2011, his company, Memorydealers.com , became the first mainstream company to start accepting bitcoin as payment. He then went on to createBitcoinstore.com, the first website in the world to accept bitcoin as payment for hundreds of thousands of items, and was the impetus for the future wave of merchant adoption. He also became the first person in the entire world to start investing in Bitcoin startups. Nearly singlehandedly, he funded the seed rounds for the entire first generation of Bitcoin businesses.