My guest in today's episode is Sterling Lund. Sterling is a seasoned veteran of the Multi-Family and Commercial real estate industry. Specializing in the Entitlement, Development, and Renovation of assets with combined values of over $2.1 Billion dollars, representing 6.7 Million square feet and 7,460 Residential Units for some of the nation’s largest private and public property owners.
He exhibits expertise in diligence, pro forma modelling, evaluation and budgeting of Acquisition, Construction, and Renovation opportunities.
My guest in this episode is Kim Snider Hughes. Kim has spent 20+ years as an entrepreneur, options trader, investment advisor, financial engineer, author, speaker, educator, and financial radio talk show host.Kim got into investing in the mid-90s, after having made a seven figure windfall in an IPO before the age of 30, entrusting it to a well-known Wall Street brokerage firm, which proceeded to lose everything she hadn't managed to spend.
Out of self-defense, and a little bit of payback, Kim created what years later came to be known as the Snider Investment Method, a system of producing consistent cash flow from paper assets at a significantly higher rate than traditional, non-engineered investments.
My guest in this episode is Kevin Eikenberry. Kevin is a bestselling author and educator.
In 1993 he founded the company now known as The Kevin Eikenberry Group, based in Indianapolis, Indiana. He has developed a variety of leadership products and services including workshops, and the membership-based leadership learning product, the Remarkable Leadership Learning System. He has led hundreds of teleseminars and webinars.
My guest in this episode is Kenneth Ameduri. Ken is the chief editor and co-founder of financial publication letter CrushTheStreet.com. He was a founder of Future Money Trends and Wealth Research Group, which have gone on to be vital sources of education and wealth for hundreds of thousands of readers. In his 20s, Kenneth has founded multiple businesses that have gone on to be worth millions of dollars.
My guest in this episode is renowned global investor Frank Holmes that leads the HIVE board of directors and is contributing to the company's vision and strategy. Frank is chief executive and chief investment officer at U.S. Global Investors, a leading mutual fund and asset management firm. Frank is a sought-after keynote speaker at international investment conferences and a regular guest in business media. His <em>Frank Talk CEO Blog </em>is one of the most widely read in finance.
Excited to have my friend, Mark Podolski back on the show. Armed with $3,000 and no real estate experience, Mark Podolsky bought his first parcels of land in 2001. Now, he is the owner of Frontier Properties, a successful investing company, and has completed more than five thousand lucrative land deals. He is also the founder of geekpay.io, an automated collection system that helps lenders get payments from borrowers without collection headaches.
Having escaped the corporate world and solo-economic dependency himself, Mark works as a coach and mentor to help others achieve their financial freedom goals. He is dedicated to teaching current, relevant, “real-world” investing methods to his students.
Mark just released his new book, <em>Dirt Rich, How One Ambitiously Lazy Geek Created Passive Income in Real Estate Without Renters, Renovations, and Rehabs
Joining me today is my friend Minesh Bhindi, the CEO of Gold and Silver For Life & Property Profits For Life.
Minesh has invested in Real Estate since the age of 16 and has used his experience and knowledge to consistently achieve massive success across all asset classes.
His investment appraoch can be summoned up in the Wealth Triangle Investment Philosophy where he teaches that how you create wealth is by buying a booming asset below market value, then creatively create cash flow from this asset and then buy more of it.
He has taught these strategies to his clients all over the world and his company has a 92% student success rate.
My guest in this episode is 25-year-old serial entrepreneur, TEDx speaker, digital marketing consultant and best-selling author, Jeet Banerjee. Jeet began his entrepreneurial journey at the age of 17 and since then, he has launched a handful of successful businesses and even sold 2 companies for a profit since then.
Jeet will discuss his entrepreneurial journey and look at how you can create an online business selling digital and physical products.
In today's episode, I am joined by Bob Burg, the best selling author of the Go-Giver.
There Is a Major Problem in The World Today: It’s Not People Disagreeing with One Another… It’s That They Cannot Disagree Agreeably, Civilly, and, Most Importantly, Persuasively!
And according to Bob Burg, that simply need not be the case.
Bob says, “You can get the results you want while making the other person feel genuinely good: about themselves, about the situation, and about you!”
My guest in this episode is Stephen Warley. Stephen is a self-employment advocate and coach. He is the founder of LifeSkillsThatMatter.com. He believes self-employment is the future of work. He wants to inspire you to create your own work.
He teaches self-management skills to the side hustlers, freelancers, and solopreneurs. He’s been self-employed for the past 17 years. During that time, he built a sales training business and ran his business from Seville, Spain for 4 months.
My guest in this episode is Zack Sexton. Zack is a writer, podcaster, teacher, meditator, skier and non-recovering business, caffeine and productivity junkie.
Since launching Buckets Productivity in 2014, Zack has created training on:
that have been watched by tens of 1,000s of people.
My guest in this interview is Cody Shirk. Cody is an international investor, explorer, and surfer. He is the founder of the private social and investing group called the Explorer Partnership, as well as a partner at the private equity firm Explorer Equity Group.
I was introduced to Cody and his content and great articles through Cashflow Ninja listeners. Cody has a great worldview and philosophy and shares strategies around wealth building and investing.
My guest in this episode is Doug Marshall. Doug is a veteran real estate professional of nearly 40 years, more than 30 of which are related to financing apartments and other commercial real estate. For the past decade, he has also invested in several rental properties. He is the author of the new release Mastering the Art of Commercial Real Estate Investing: How to Successfully Build Wealth and Grow Passive Income from Your Rental Properties.
This book is written for the real estate investor who is either new to investing or has been at it awhile but realizes he or she needs help learning the time-proven principles of real estate investing. Over the years Doug has learned these principles, sometimes by observing his clients in action and sometimes through the “school of hard knocks” while investing on his own. Now he’s learned them the hard way, but his readers don’t have to. By reading this book, you can learn these real estate principles acquired from the successes and failures of his clients and from his own personal experiences.