The Real Estate Way to Wealth and Freedom Podcast
Have you ever made plans to start your day take on a new challenge but can seem to get yourself to do it? If so, you’re not alone. On the other hand, can you think of someone who always seems to be crushing it, no matter what comes their way? What qualities do these people have that seem to set them apart from everyone else? It’s most often self-discipline.
Self-discipline, as defined by Merriam Webster, is the correction or regulation of oneself for the sake of improvement.
Jordan E. Goodman is “America’s Money Answers Man” and a nationally-recognized expert on personal finance. He is a regular guest on numerous radio and television call-in shows across the country, answering questions on personal financial topics. He appears frequently on The View, Fox News Network, Fox Business Network, CNN, CNBC and CBS evening news.
Challenging yourself is…. well, challenging. We all want to improve our lives, achieve more success, realize more happiness, and live a better life. Right? Well, we like to pretend we want those things. But do we really? Do our actions align with our words? You might dream of a lifestyle filled with exciting adventures, free…
ife is full of options. For many of us, we have the freedom to do almost anything we want. We can choose where to live, what type of work we do, and how we spend our free time. We can choose what we want to learn, do, see, and be. This freedom is often taken for granted, and even more often not taken advantage of.
Have you ever found yourself wanting a change in your life? Maybe a change in scenery, job, routine, or lifestyle? If so, you’re not alone. Many people are unhappy with their status quo. However, most never do anything to change their situation.
People go about their lives wishing for more happiness, fulfillment, success, and freedom. They hope on “some day”, or push things for “another time”, continuously delaying until “the time is right”. These people are the ones who delay gratification due to a scarcity mindset.
James Kandasamy is an award winning multifamily deal syndicator. James has overseen the acquisition of 5 large apartment complexes totaling 800 Units in Central TX. James started in investing in real estate with single family properties and now controls a portfolio valued at $56M. With a background in engineering, James takes us through his journey from an employee to apartment deal syndicator.
We all have our own ideas of what focus means to us. But what does focus really mean? Focus – a point of concentration (Merriam-Webster). Focus can also be summed with with the acronym – Follow One Course Until Success. In today’s age, we have the world at our fingertips. With a few correctly positioned taps on your…
Inaky Strick began his real estate career at Sotheby’s International Realty where he represented luxury custom builders.
He then moved down to the Caribbean to become the Business Development Manager for Mahogany Bay Village; the largest and first luxury branded resort in the country of Belize.
Today, Inaky is the Director of Investor Relations at Four Peaks Capital Partners, a private real estate investment firm that focuses on mobile home park communities and gives accredited investors the opportunity to invest passively.
He is also a #1 Amazon bestselling co-author of The One Thing That Changed Everything. Endorsed by Brian Tracy, this book is for anyone who is seeking mentors who have found a path to success.
Anything in this life that’s worthwhile doing, will likely take a a lot of work and effort. But it’s this exact mindset that keeps us from pursing those worthwhile things. Maybe you want to travel the world, but you only know one language, don’t have a clue about international travel, and can barely afford a…
Scott Hollister is a former teacher in a small rural town in Connecticut. His real estate interests started after reading a few books on Real Estate Investing. Scott graduated with student debt and didn’t like the thought of paying his debt back over 20 years.He knew he could overcome and offset his “bad” decision to borrow money for college by educating himself and sticking to sound investing principles. Since leaving teaching, Investing in Real Estate has become his full time passion.
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La Porte, Texas
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