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Cashflow Ninja

The mission of the Cashflow Ninja Podcast is to empower people to create, protect & multiply their wealth in the new economy and information age. The rules of money have changed and we share the new rules and how anyone can create, protect and multiply their wealth in our constantly changing environment. Your host M.C. Laubscher will be your guide interviewing Cashflow Ninja's that share their knowledge, experience, and journey to help guide you to not only survive, but thrive and prosper in the new economy.
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Jul 25, 2016
  Jeff Schneider is currently the Chief Financial Officer at Royalty Exchange and is on a mission to share the value of owning cash flow assets in any investment portfolio. He has an MBA from Purdue University with a focus on finance. There he taught undergraduate and graduate level courses in accounting and computer science. While working in finance for a Fortune 100 company, Jeff also received his CPA from the state of Minnesota. After a few years in the corporate world, Jeff left to pursue an entrepreneurial career and has since been a part of four multi-million dollar start ups. His interest in royalties came after searching for cash assets that aren’t correlated with the stock market. He now draws from his teaching experience to share the most important points of cash flow investing.   Self_Journal Bestselfco., Make Success a Habit! Use the Self Journal to organize and align tactical day to day tasks with larger life goals.   In this episode you will learn:
  • The exciting niche the Royalty Exchange is combining musicians, artists with investors
  • Things happening in the industry that is about to change how artists get paid for royalties on intellectual property that would want people investing in music royalties
  • Why artists would sell the rights to their intellectual property
  • How  an artist determines how much his or her royalties are worth
  • How people that want to get involved and create income streams through royalties start to get involved.
  • The securitization options the Royalty Exchange offers
  • The long-term vision for the Royalty Exchange
Recommended Books: No One Ever Told Us That: Money and Life Lessons for Young Adults by John D. Spooner Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion, by Robert B. Cialdini  Fooled by Randomness: The Hidden Role of Chance in Life and in the Markets by Nassim Nicholas Taleb The New One Minute Manager by Ken Blanchard   Interview Links: The Royalty Exchange Cashflow_audiobook_new   Show Sponsors: Audible, download any audio book for free when you try audible for 30 days. Leadpages,  is offering a free marketing automation course that includes:12 video modules with step-by-step strategies to leverage what’s working in your business. Thrive15.com, get a free month of access at www.thrive15.com/cashflow   Show Transcript   Have some feedback you’d like to share? Leave a note in the comment section below and please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post! If you enjoyed this episode of our podcast, please leave an honest review for The Cashflow Ninja Podcast on iTunes. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! They do matter in the rankings of the show, and I read each and every one of them. John Lee Dumas of EOfire.com made a video explaining how to leave a review you can watch here. You can also access step by step instructions how to subscribe, rate and review on Itunes from Apple here. Thank you for supporting our podcast and sharing it with friends and family! Live a Life of passion and purpose on your terms, M.C Laubscher
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