My guest in this episode is Tim Gertz. Tim is a certified public accountant and partner of ProVision Wealth Strategist, a firm specializing in developing wealth and tax strategies for entrepreneurs, professionals, and investors
With more than 16 years of experience, Tim is a highly-trained and educated professional with a focus in public accounting, working with highly diversified market groups.
My guest in this episode is Francis Hunt. Francis did his MBA through Bond University Australia, and is also known for his Macro Economic views with special reference to the Western Nations sovereign debt situations and the fallout this could cause with reference to Inflation and possible future social upheaval and unrest. The associated Income distribution disparities being amplified have strong potential social consequences.
My guest in this episode is Ryan Enk. Ryan is a small business owner, entrepreneur, and successful real estate investor. He lives in Louisiana with his wife and 5 boys. The purpose of this blog is to help others learn how to pursue “Return To Life” Investing. RTL investing. Too many people spend everyday of their life with their nose 2 feet away from a cubicle wall, when the world outside that waits for them is farther than the eye can see.
Emily and Kirk Du Plessis are real estate investors who focus primarily in the buy and hold niche. They bought their first rental property in 2012 shortly after they were married with little money or knowledge of the space. Emily was an English Teacher who was able to leave her job to manage their rental portfolio and stay home with their three children. Kirk runs an online options trading website that focuses on education and software for options traders. Together they have built their rental portfolio trying various types of rental properties: multi-family, student rentals, vacation rentals, etc. and teach other newbie investors how to get started with rental property at RentalRookie.com.
My guest in this episode is John Matheson. John is the CEO of Commercial Loan Success, a software and education platform designed to help small business owners and property investors make more informed financing decisions. Using the Commercial Loan Success loan analysis software platform, commercial borrowers and commercial lenders are able to communicate more effectively, and borrowers are able to approach commercial lenders more confidently, already knowing that their transactions are lendable. Through Commercial Loan Success, John hopes to provide the resources and educational materials that small business owners, entrepreneurs, and real estate investors can use to confidently obtain financing and grow their businesses profitably, all without being at the mercy of the predatory lenders.
My returning guest today is Gerald Celente. Gerald Celente, a pioneer trend strategist, founded the Trends Research Institute in 1980. He is the author of the national bestseller Trends 2000 and Trend Tracking: Far Better than Megatrends (Warner Books), and publisher of the internationally distributed quarterly Trends Journal.
Jack McGuinness has 25+ years of experience working with leadership teams at organizations big and small across multiple industries. After serving as an airborne ranger with the U.S. Army’s prestigious 10th Mountain Division, he helped build a successful boutique management-consulting firm where he served as COO for 13 years. Jack also served as CEO of a contract packaging company, where he developed a passion for unleashing the leadership capacity of teams throughout an organization.
My guest today is Buck Joffrey, MD. Buck is an accomplished Surgeon, Entrepreneur, Asset Manager and Podcaster. He is also the #1 best-selling author of The 7 Secrets of Eternal Wealth.
With a negative net worth upon finishing his surgical training in 2008, Buck quickly became a serial entrepreneur and real asset investor amassing an 8 figure net worth. In order to help his high paid professional colleagues, he started a financial education website called WealthFormula.com and hosts the popular Wealth Formula Podcast.
My guest in today's episode is David Denniston. David is a financial expert and consultant for medical professionals and Host of the Freedom Formula for Physicians Podcast, Dave is uniquely poised to offer unbiased and focused planning advice to physicians.
My guest in this episode is Cindy Nicholson. As a former teacher and corporate trainer, Cindy Nicholson works with entrepreneurs who have dreams of building their business beyond just trading dollars for hours. They’re ready to grow their business by offering online courses but have no idea where to start. Cindy helps walk them through the process so that they can create a course that they’re proud of and that their clients will love.
In short, Cindy helps amazing entrepreneurs turn their incredible content into effective and engaging learning material.
My guest in this episode is Paul Thompson. He used to have a corporate day job. Now he’s a full-time real estate investor who lives to help others find their way.
Paul Thompson is turning his personal story of securing 20 deals in his first 18 months of investing into an inspiration to others.
When Paul realized that the perfect time to start investing was never going to come, he jumped in! Now doing about three deals per month, Paul is able to help himself, as well as helping others build wealth with passive cash flow.
Ted Benna was working for an insurance firm outside Philadelphia about 40 years ago when he figured out how to use an obscure provision of a 1978 tax law—section “401(k)”—and turn it into an employee retirement account for contributions from both employees and employers. He designed it as a fringe benefit for banks that wanted to save taxes when they transferred bonuses to employees. In the years since, however, it’s grown into much more—it’s now the dominant way that Americans save for retirement, helping them collectively amass trillions.