My guest in this episode is Keith Neumeyer. Keith has worked in the investment community since 1984. He began his career at a number of Canadian national brokerage firms. Keith moved on to work with several publicly traded companies in the resource and high technology sectors. His roles have included senior management positions and directorships responsible in areas of finance, business development, strategic planning and corporate restructuring.
Keith who has an unparalleled track record which includes creating two world-class mining companies: First Quantum Minerals Ltd. which has now grown into one of the world's largest copper producers, and First Majestic Silver Corp. which is one of the largest silver producers in the world.
My guest in this episode is Maureen McCann. Maureen joined Spartan Invest in April of 2014. As the VP of Sales and Marketing, Maureen brings with her years of sales and marketing experience in the turnkey marketplace. Having served as an Investment Property coach for years, Maureen is skilled at helping clients build turnkey cash flow portfolios for her clients. Maureen has helped hundreds of investors build the type of rental portfolios necessary to reach their short-term & long-term monthly passive income goals. Investing in turn-key real estate for long-term wealth generation is something Maureen understands intimately.
My guest in this episode is Nick Bond. Unemployable by choice, Nick Bond, age 22, is a recent college graduate that is building his own real estate business rather than getting a job. Nick recently graduated from the University of Florida. While in college, his parents encouraged him to educate himself in the different aspects of real estate investing. This influenced him to not go the traditional route of going to college and getting a “job.” Instead, he has started flipping/investing in raw land, and bought a house to do a “house-hack.” He has also started a blog aimed at helping millennials become financially free.
My guest in this episode is Rachel Jensen. With a background in biology and Spanish, and an original intent of continuing onto Medical School, Rachel Jensen’s life took a 180 degree turn after her first medical mission trip to Nicaragua.
Rachel joined the ECI Development team in 2012, starting as the organization’s marketing intern at the administrative offices in Managua, Nicaragua. At the end of her 3-month internship period, she had to make a decision between accepting a full-time position with ECI, or chasing her dreams in Panama with the US Peace Corps. She ultimately chose ECI Development. Originally from the suburbs of New York, Rachel now calls San Pedro, Belize home.
Today, Rachel is the Vice President of Sales & Marketing for ECI Development, a regional development company based throughout Latin America in Costa Rica, Belize, Panama and Nicaragua. From the ground up, she has built and grown the sales and marketing department at the Grand Baymen community. Due to her strong passion of connecting folks with international real estate that meets their goals, she was awarded Sales Person of the Year for 2014, 2015 and 2016. In addition, Rachel structured the Teak for Residency Program in both Panama and Nicaragua to assist those looking to pair up a residency with alternative options outside of their home countries.
My guest in this episode is Jeff Schechter. Jeff has had the entrepreneurial bug his entire life. He started his first business right out of college, and over the years been involved in numerous businesses ventures. His love for real estate investing began in the 1980’s when he rehabbed 5 of his own residences before the term “house-hacking” even existed. Since those early days of torn up kitchens and bathrooms, he’s bought and sold many properties and is an active investor to this day. In addition to investing, he operates a private consulting practice. He thrives on helping people realize their full potential…not just in business and investing, but in all aspects of life.
My guest in this episode is Craig Coppola. Craig is the highest producing office broker in Lee & Associates' 39-year history. He is one of the eight Founding Principals of Lee & Associates Arizona and one of Arizona’s most accomplished real estate professionals, with three decades of leasing and sales experience.
Within Lee & Associates, Craig Coppola and Andrew Cheney are the two Principals who lead The Coppola-Cheney Group. The Coppola-Cheney Group is the number one office leasing and sales team in Lee & Associates’ history. With over 30 years’ of experience and 3,600 transactions, The Coppola-Cheney Group provides a higher level of brokerage skills, market knowledge, and ability to negotiate their clients' transactions.
My guest in this episode is Van Carlson. Van is the CEO of Strategic Risk Alternatives. Van has over twenty years of experience within the risk management industry. Van began his career with Farmers Insurance Group as an agent; eventually growing his book to be among the largest in his home state of Idaho. Van focuses at Strategic Risk Alternatives on risk management primarily and facilitates SRA to assess and solve for the risks our clients have. Van’s primary goal is to continue the upward growth of SRA and continue to develop new products to bring to market.
My guest in this episode is Marc Lichtenfeld. Marc is the Chief Income Strategist of The Oxford Club. He is the Senior Editor of The Oxford Income Letter, which is based on his proprietary 10-11-12 System. He is also the Editor of Tactical Trader Alert, Lightning Trend Trader and Chairman's Circle Breakout Alert.
After getting his start on the trading desk at Carlin Equities, he moved over to Avalon Research Group as a senior analyst. Over the years, Marc’s commentary has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, and U.S. News & World Report, among others. Prior to joining The Oxford Club, he was a senior columnist at Jim Cramer’s TheStreet. Today, he is a sought-after media guest who has appeared on CNBC, Fox Business and Yahoo Finance. His book Get Rich With Dividends: A Proven System for Double-Digit Returns achieved best-seller status shortly after its release in 2012.
I am self-hosting this episode to share lessons I have learned this year while attending conferences and masterminds and also share a big announcement.
Valhalla Wealth has been rebranded and is now Producers Wealth. I discuss why we rebranded our company and the value we will be providing in the market place moving forward.
I then cover our topic for the day, how to create, protect and multiply wealth in any economy without getting ripped off by the banking and financial institutions and the government.
Tom Poland is a top marketing expert, a serial entrepreneur, business coach and best-selling author of Leadsology, The Science of Being in Demand. Tom works with professionals who have gone on to add millions to their earnings! His work has been published in 27 countries and he’s shared international speaking platforms with the likes of Michael Gerber of E-Myth fame, Marshall Goldsmith, and Brian Tracy.
Marc de Sousa-Shields is my guest in this episode, he is an international sustainable development and investment consultant. He co-founded and was first Executive Director of the Social Investment Organization (SIO) of Canada. He has been an advisor to the United Nations and was a Member of the US Social Investment Forum International Committee. He wrote Sustainable and Responsible Investment in Emerging Markets for the World Bank-International Finance Corporation and led a USAID project on Transitions to Private Capital.
My guest in this episode is Jason Treu. Jason is an executive coach who works with corporate executives, rising stars and entrepreneurs to help them maximize their leadership potential, performance and build and execute their career blueprint (which can including starting their own business).
He's the best-selling author of Social Wealth, a how-to-guide on building extraordinary business relationships.
He was a featured speaker at TEDxWilmington 2017, where he debuted his breakthrough team building game Cards Against Mundanity. That will help improve team performance, communication and collaboration in as little as 45 minutes.