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Text “simple” to 314-665-1767 to download the Hui Google Drive files and the 2018 Rental Property AnalyzerFor a free electronic version of my bestselling book in 12+ categories text the word "ebook" to 587-317-6099. Please help the show by leaving a review: http://getpodcast.reviews/id/1118795347Join the Hui Deal Pipeline Club! SimplePassiveCashflow.com/clubPardon the grammar - I'm an Engeneer, Enginere, Engenere... I'm good with math!________Here are the Show Notes________1) How much CF are you making today and how are you doing it? Generally I’ve fluctuate based on buying/selling of real estate. Right now it’s all from passive investments in apartments. My peak was couple thousand a month. So as I started investigating other investment activities I dabbled in:P2P investing - Returns were decent (I think I made like 18%), extremely passive once you funded loans. I was fortunate that none of the ones i lended on defaulted so that’s real risk. While you are earning interest payments, it goes back to account so extremely illiquid. You wait out the loan term which can be long. No control. I’d rather do private lending that’s backed by a physical asset. Dividend stocks - Lot of research, reading investment newsletters, etc. You’re still at the whimsy of the stock market. I could see doing this in future maybe if there’s a crash and you can pick up trophy companies cheap. Again no control.Gold/silver - I got caught up by the Gold bug rhetoric of “the dollar not backed by anything" “ the crash is coming” “ look how much debt we have” blah blah . A lot of similar stuff you see some Cryptocurrencies saying now. To me you need treat as a store of value and something you don’t care about price. And you need to hold physically. It’s a chaos hedge. But it doesn’t cash flow. And if shit really did hit the fan, you’re not going to need gold, you’re going to need guns, lol.Internet business (I did sell it later for a small gain). A lot of work…it’s a business. You can get caught up in the 4-hour work week thing, sell your ebook, etc but this takes consistent cultivating like any other business. I had an instance where a change in Google algorithm killed my profit. Infinite banking (which i’m all in on still) - You’ve had podcasts before on this topic about all the benefits but it’s an amazing vehicle that complements real estate. Personally I don’t think of this as a true investment, it is a savings vehicle. I treat it as my cash war chest and foundation. Downsides to me are that you have to understand and treat as a system otherwise you’ll fail miserably. It’s also literally a lifetime commitment. Ultimately I settled on real estate starting the single family route in Dallas area (buy, rehab, rent, self manage, etc). I eventually saw the light (What was the light) of multifamily and started investing passively, sold off my single family houses and now a new aspiring sponsor/operator. There’s all the typical things people say (econmies of scale, non-recourse, etc) but my a-ha moment (my 2nd Han Solo moment I guess you could say) was when I started looking for another rental house. I realized adding another $300/mo cashflow wasn’t going to drastically change my life. If I wanted to level up faster, I needed scale faster. Multifamily can do that. When you get a large check for hundreds of thousands from a disposition event on an apartment complex, that’s life changing and can get you places. (So now you are in the stage where you are doing all the hard work before the success... lets go through this list of things that you are doing... this add value to the listener and maybe we can have a discussion about best practices - Just think in the future when a future investor listens to all the shit you did to get into this)1) Joined mentorship program (I would rather not say who they were) No problem. Main best practice to me is it’s almost a requirement for MFH. This is a must in addition to all the other education (reading, podcasts, etc)2) Regularly Contacting brokers/Signing up for lists 3) Evaluating deals4) Scheduling in-person meetings with with brokers to connect (what did you do). My partner and I specifically reach out to have a meetings at a broker's office. We’d talk about what we’re doing, looking for, etc and it gave us an opportunity to meet other associates. I’ve tried to do in-person at their office or if I can take them to coffee. For out of town brokers we’d do over phone or if we travel to see a deal (leveraging a current listing of theirs as a talking point to get convo started).5) Making regular LoopNet rounds6) Going on property tours7) Networking on BiggerPockets/LinkedIn/Facebook, etc8) Going to Meetups, events, and conferences9) Partnered up with another new sponsor/operator to duplicate efforts, fill gaps, etc (What do you do well and what does he compliment). My partner is better at making connections and relationships than I am. I’m more analytical and investigative. He's an eternal optimist, while i’m Mr. Engineer worst case scenario. He can get shiny object syndrome whereas I’m much better at keepings things on task. We’re both at the same level/point in our investing so we have a good synergy with the perspective we’re coming from. One of the things we like is if it takes looking at 100 deals to get 1, maybe us both looking cuts that in half lol. 2) What is your Han Solo moment…I had two.1- One was a couple years into my career and i started think there was more than this for 30-40 yrs and began exploring other stuff (as mentioned before)2- Shift from single family to multifamily. My a-ha moment mentioned before. 3) Worst life/business moment what did you do a er? Lesson learned?I’ve had those crappy issues that come up with rentals, like plumbing issues, tenant issues, foundation issues, etc which sucked. Although one big one was not listening to my wife about a single family house. I had a tenant turnover in one of my rentals and I had been mulling about selling and focusing on multifamily. Instead of listening to my wife who encouraged that, I did the easy thing which was find a new tenant. I had gotten so in the routine and it was the easy option even though I knew I was ready to step into next thing. It ended up being my worst tenant ever (she paid but was really needy) and a headache. I ultimately sold it a few months later. Lesson learned: Listen to your wife more. While she isn’t involved directly in the nuts and bolts, she is a better judge of character and intangibles in both myself and others. 4) Current 2‐week experiment and 6‐month project? (90‐180 day goal) A mark of a high performer is to put your ego aside and accept the help of others and mastermind maybe folks can help you by you asking.2-week: Let’s see when we get there. Lot of personal type things likely going on (not sure if that’s valuable for your audience?)6-month: Sponsor a 75+ unit, class b/c apartment. That’s my one thing. 5) What is your simple passive Cashflow number? Now imagine you had 2x that amount... Describe your ideal day, detailed rou ne, and what projects you are working on.6) Something that you have recently or thought about “burning your cash” on for me savings or an improvement in quality of life.Meal service, not the recipe in the box but the fully prepared, proportioned individual meals. I enjoy cooking but not thinking about what I have to eat is something that I find makes my day easier, especially now that I have a baby. It’s just fuel, i can eat the same thing everyday and be fine. Plus it helps me stay on the straight line nutrition wise.There’s a good book on this topic called Happy Money I recommend. 7) Something that you changed your mind on? Our ego o en gets in the way of greatness.2 Things:1. I used to think of insurance for the financial aspects only but now I think about the riders, disability kickers, etc. Having a kid changes your thought process so now i’m more thoughtful about things like insurance, estate planning, etc. I’m still behind on that stuff, but now these long term planning things are in my thoughts.2) Owning a house isn’t a big deal. We recently sold our house and moved to an apartment for a number of reasons...yada yada yada. I’m not full Grant Cardone though. 8) In this sellers market... what are you inves ng in? What should a someone who does not have a substan al level of cashflow yet be inves ng in?My cash value life insurance/infinite banking strategy is my core foundation. I see that as the warchest and can let me sit on “cash” without losing too much. I’m obviously still actively pursuing multifamily, it’s harder of course with the current market, but deals can be found in all markets. Nothing wrong with being patient if you think things are frothy. 100% of nothing is better than any percent of a bad deal. Being patient is the hardest thing.brent@hellomultifamily.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
YouTube Link: https://youtu.be/KrOhA6xv6rc? sub_confirmation 1Text “simple” to 314-665-1767 to download the Hui Google Drive files and the 2018 Rental Property AnalyzerFor a free electronic version of my bestselling book in 12+ categories text the word "ebook" to 587-317-6099. Please help the show by leaving a review: http://getpodcast.reviews/id/1118795347Join the Hui Deal Pipeline Club! SimplePassiveCashflow.com/clubPardon the grammar - I'm an Engeneer, Enginere, Engenere... I'm good with math!________Here are the Show Notes________Income has a capBought first house at 21Take business profits into buy and hold rentalsSay out of Seattle Mount Vernon WATell the agent in super simple termsComments on meetupsShould i get started now? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Article Link: Text “simple” to 314-665-1767 to download the Hui Google Drive files and the 2018 Rental Property Analyzer For a free electronic version of my bestselling book in 12+ categories text the word "ebook" to 587-317-6099. Please help the show by leaving a review: http://getpodcast.reviews/id/1118795347 Join the Hui Deal Pipeline Club! SimplePassiveCashflow.com/club Pardon the grammar - I'm an Engeneer, Enginere, Engenere... I'm good with math! ________Here are the Show Notes________Just got back from Korea after my first vacation for the year. I wrote an article that you can get access by signing up for the monthly newsletter or via the Hui Deal Pipeline club.Monthly updates and what I’m doing in my own investingPodcasts have been piling up and I realized the need to add some context to the introductions to highlight important items to look out for. Also to call out opinions I don’t really believe in.This podcast I had Brent Southerland what is a CFP but not one of those other quacks who get paid on commision and try to stuff you in whatever is most convenient or biggest paycheck for yourself.SimplePassiveCashflow.com/fpEnjoy and remember to go to SimplePassiveCashflow.com/club to join our investment clubBrent Sutherland is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ practitioner, with over 11 years experience in financial services.  With stops in the corporate accounting and investment world, and now the boutique financial planning arena Brent has witnessed, firsthand, how the financial services industry has fashioned itself into an overly complex machine in an effort to cause confusion, encourage mistakes, and justify fees; all to better benefit its own bottom line.  He believes there is a strong correlation between financial noise and financial mistakes which further delay one's personal financial success.Therefore, his objective is to help individuals turn off the noise and challenge the traditional approach to financial planning and thinking.  In his experience as a financial advisor and personal finance enthusiast (+ early retirement advocate + semi-minimalist + real estate investor), Brent has found that most often the simplest solutions and some outside the box thinking will better help individuals on their way towards sitting firmly in the driver's seat of their own financial world.Why don't financial advisors advocate for real estate investing?Primary = Compensation conflicts of interestSecondary = Lack of education, so pose it as a risky assetSecondary = ERISA and how mutual funds came about with employer-sponsored 401kHow do FA make money? Similar to MLM? -- (Is this short for multi-level marketing?)Can tie this into the first topic above (compensation conflict, which is a primary reason why FA’s don’t discuss real estate investing)Hidden fees in even low got mutual funds?Transaction fees, Management fees (can be tiered based on assets), Loads (front-end, back-end), 12-b1 feesWhat tricks do FA use?Use of traditional planning items related to portfolio to justify: “security”, “diversification”Use of confusion terms related to portfolio to justify fees:  “alpha”, “sharpe ratio”Use of graphics that show market returns (absent fees), but fail to discuss emotional impact on client and true returns normally witnessedThe importance of income diversification over portfolio diversificationIncome diversification protects against big risks:  loss of job, market crash, injuryPortfolio diversification is important, but is a secondary risk.  Savings is even more important.Why are paper assets more risky than hard assets?Always going to be demand for hard assets, especially real estate (living, production)Population trends are growing at an exponential rate, land and resources are notYou have more control over real estate; meanwhile the stock market is out of your handsWhy passive cash flow betters your odds of financial independenceGets you to the point where you’re truly secure and can have peace of mind.  Not worried about your boss/job, and not worried about things going on the the world, country, state (etc) economies that are out of your control.  You become the boss of your personal economy.Talk about your personal transition to direct ownership in Real estate and recovering from the lies?Seeing it work for other people, educating myself (independent of my traditional “education”), and finally making the move to buy my first property (after some analysis paralysis and fear)Proper planning techniques to access money tied up in your retirement accounts.First know the rules involved (traditional IRA/401k versus Roth IRA/401k), as you don’t want to just hand a big chunk to Uncle Sam in form of taxes and fees.Impact of cashing out plansStrategies to more efficiently free up that money and keeping more in your pocket (Roth conversions, Substantially Equal Periodic Payments (IRS Code 72t))What to look for in a FA?Want someone who is fee-only (hourly or per service) and planning focused.  Someone who is focused solely on managing your money for a % fee is going to always have a biased interest in moving you towards a liquid/paper portfolio).Find someone who lines up with your values and interests.  Never be afraid to interview multiple people and ask tough questions.  Advisor should have conviction in what they do.Understand that a financial planner can be very valuable, as there is much more to financial planning than how you invest your money (insurance, estate, education needs all need to work in harmony with an investment plan to best meet a person’s financial goals), but imperative that that financial planner is on the same page as you.brent@ntellivest.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
YouTube Link: https://youtu.be/3NQ0agjuxXY? sub_confirmation 1Article Link: Text “simple” to 314-665-1767 to download the Hui Google Drive files and the 2018 Rental Property AnalyzerFor a free electronic version of my bestselling book in 12+ categories text the word ""ebook"" to 587-317-6099.Please help the show by leaving a review: http://getpodcast.reviews/id/1118795347Join the Hui Deal Pipeline Club! SimplePassiveCashflow.com/clubPardon the grammar - I'm an Engeneer, Enginere, Engenere... I'm good with math!________Here are the Show Notes________Went on normal path. Got a job after college, house, and fixated on paying off student loans.Aggressively paid down student loans, but motivated by people who retired early.5 years ago, both quit their jobs, traveling, raising family, and living their dream.Ruthlessly slashed expenses and saved 70-80% after-tax income.Max contributed to 401K, IRA, HSA, and after-tax accounts.Short-term joy = trading years of financial-free opportunity.Actively chose lifestyle. Traveled internationally by arbitraging where they lived with low living expenses.Didn't listen to mainstream advice of owning home. Choosing a renters lifestyle to not get ""stuck.""Both have blogs and garnered new friendships; not the ""Seattle Chill.""Finances on auto-pilot. Can work on growing family in Taipei and doing creative things they did during childhood.Two types of things preventing people from being financially-free: Afraid to take leap to be financial-free and long-term goals to strive towards.People don't change minds because you provided info to them; they change when they're ready.Visit www.gocurrycracker.com and social media accounts on FB, Instagram." See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
YouTube Link: https://youtu.be/lvd9F9OmDI0? sub_confirmation 1Article Link: Text “simple” to 314-665-1767 to download the Hui Google Drive files and the 2018 Rental Property Analyzer For a free electronic version of my bestselling book in 12+ categories text the word "ebook" to 587-317-6099. Please help the show by leaving a review: http://getpodcast.reviews/id/1118795347 Join the Hui Deal Pipeline Club! SimplePassiveCashflow.com/club Pardon the grammar - I'm an Engeneer, Enginere, Engenere... I'm good with math! ________Here are the Show Notes________Jake and Gino have a great podcast and definaetly fit in the category as guys who are growing and doing things rightLet’s work together to redirect money from the Wall-Street casinos and corrupt financial institutions…To help the endangered ‘Middle Class’ savers find safer, more profitable investments in Main Street opportunities benefiting local communities. Join Hui Deal Pipeline Club and check out the sSimplePassiveCashflow.co/missionGino Barbaro from Jackandgino.com who focuses on MFH real estate.Group owns 848 units valued at >$50 million. Expecting to go up this year. Took 5 years to get $25K-30K/month in passive cash flow. Fumbling around in the beginning with smaller cash flow amounts, but snowballs over time.Came from the corporate world to managing a family restaurant. 2008 transitioned to real estate to make better use of time outside of the kitchen.Highly recommend reading "The E-Myth" by Michael Gerber. Need a visionary, manager, and technician for any business.Believes you need a Connector, Executer, and the Backbone. Can't do all 3 - pick 1 or 2 and hire out.95% of blocks are internal. The rest are external. So, focusing on resolving limiting beliefs and get a life coach.Google Tony Robbin's 6 human needs. Have to continue to grow and contribute in a large way.Relocated to Florida and aiming to obtain $40K/month by end of this year.Have lifestyle work for his business; not his business work for his lifestyle.Becoming more efficient by hiring a VA and Digital Marketer for jackandgino.com. Wants to spread content and message; not work on menial tasks.Focus on 1 or 2 niches for real estate and become an expert at it. MFH has more barrier-to-entry v. stocks, crytocurrencies, etc. The more people in it, the less profit margin there will be.Share weekly successes. It's not bragging, it inspires people and surround yourself with the right people. Be present in the moment. When you're at work, with family, etc. focus on dealing with that situation.Visit www.jackandgino.com. Also on FB, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram. E-mail works too: gino@jackandgino.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
YouTube Link: https://youtu.be/rG5QlGF5so8Article Link: Text “simple” to 314-665-1767 to download the Hui Google Drive files and the 2018 Rental Property Analyzer For a free electronic version of my bestselling book in 12+ categories text the word "ebook" to 587-317-6099. Please help the show by leaving a review: http://getpodcast.reviews/id/1118795347 Join the Hui Deal Pipeline Club! SimplePassiveCashflow.com/club Pardon the grammar - I'm an Engeneer, Enginere, Engenere... I'm good with math! ________Here are the Show Notes________Just got back from FinCon2018!What's that?A pretty impressive event. Its where 2000 financial bloggers, you-tubers, and podcasts this year gathered around all this money.In 2006, I started reading financial blogs. Sole of my favorite was getrichslowly, Wallet Hacks, and of course mr money mustache. FinCon started in 2011 with just a couple hundred people.Real estate investing is a minority. 95% of people are debt adverse and about the 4% rule. Buying cash so so debt. Living small is selfish? Make 150k a year and retire when you are 35...The Millionaire Next Door book is not the type of lifestyle I would like to live.A lot of financial advisors which I don't really like.I am cool with how it is enough to be happy and content.Other Findings:New investment account that incorporates mobile interfaces and suto-AI. Mint app has click to invest and banking apps have click to refi. It’s a little dangerous.A cool 5% instant liquidity online savings bank that invests in inventory loans. Let me know and I can connect you with that as I try to do more due diligence on my own.Liberty health share - religious-based health insuranceSide gigs - consistent theme from high performing growth mindset W2 employees who are not getting fulfillment at their bureaucratic day jobs.Interviews to follow in video...Please share this with friends because if you don't soon you won't have any friends to have mid-day lunch with when you not doing anythingInterview 1: Michael - Financiallyalert.comInterview 2: Spendlessgreen.comInterview 3: Rocky from RicherSoul Podcast - http://richersoul.com/ep-0030-richer-soul-real-estate-mindsets-lane-kawaoka/Interview 4: Alex - http://dailybs.com & nguonline.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
I did some research on this new Opportunity Fund Zone tax benefits. Below are some notes and ideas.Note: I’m not a CPA or attorney just putting it out there to help inspire some ideas.An Opportunity zone (OZ) is a tax-favored investment for people with capital gains.6-pages in the tax document in the new 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs ActGoal to encourage long-term investments in low-income communities across the US.Every major city has some OZ.Most of Detroit is an OZ plus large portions of Baltimore.Allows investors to sell their appreciated assets and invest their realized capital gains into one or more designated OZ.EVEN STOCKS! Non-like kind assets are OK!After your selling your appreciated asset you have 180-days.The longer you hold the more benefit you get (up to 10 years).1) Defer your original capital gain tax obligations until 2026 or until you sell your OZ investment.2) Discount of 10% or 15% on the taxable amount of your original gains. If you hold more than 5 years your original cap gains decrease 10%3) If you hold 10 years or more. You will pay NO capital gains tax on any appreciation.You can self-certify so you do not need an intermediary like in 1031 exchanges.No investment minimum.There are some items that get a little unclear… where you should really consult your CPA.Check out the IRS opportunity comes frequently asked questions page and additional resources below.Resources to Google: community development financial institutions fund, CDFI Fund map.Note: Spending $100 dollars to save $20 dollars is not a wise idea. Just like buying a rental next to Grandma’s house because your travel there. A lot of specifics are still being played out but something intriguing to augment an already good investment.Other ideas: Look at the OZ map and try to find the smaller slivers of OZ. This is called “buying on the line” whereas areas improve on the edge of development you greatly benefit.I would ask your CPA if they know about these opportunity fund zones. If they don’t you might need a new CPA. If you are a current Hui Deal Pipeline Club member I would be more than happy to refer you to some people and then you can see if you work well together. There is a lot of rumors floating around how this tax will be implemented later this year. One of these rumors suggests that we might not qualify for the Opportunity Zone Fund. See second to the last page of the attached where they state that we have to do improvements that is the same as the basis in order to qualify.Resources: Article on Opportunity Fund Zones – https://drive.google.com/open?id=1F8wDToyb9olvq52U9LRMD8cBrJILm8q_ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Article Link: Text “simple” to 314-665-1767 to download the Hui Google Drive files and the 2018 Rental Property Analyzer For a free electronic version of my bestselling book in 12+ categories text the word "ebook" to 587-317-6099. Please help the show by leaving a review: http://getpodcast.reviews/id/1118795347 Join the Hui Deal Pipeline Club! SimplePassiveCashflow.com/club Pardon the grammar - I'm an Engeneer, Enginere, Engenere... I'm good with math! ________Here are the Show Notes________ Erin Lowry is the author of Broke Millenial, a book about how to stop scraping by and start getting your financial life in order. She talks about how she learned about finances at a young age, how she gave up her dream school so she could live her dream life, and how living in New York inspired her to write her book, Broke Millenial. "Invest your spare change," may be a catchy line but you really can't invest your spare change to wealth. It has to be more than spare change. In the financial world, you are above nothing. Just because you have a college education doesn't mean that is your way out of financial difficulty. You also need to be prepared to take non-professional jobs or jobs that might be below you. Just like in any financial goal you have to figure out how to take a high-level idea and break it down into smaller parts. Think of whatever your long-term financial goals are and work backwards to break it down into something that is actually more achievable. A lot of people in their early twenties have beautiful, lofty dreams but no tangible steps on how to get themselves there.   Podcasts are great sources of information. Saving is important but earning more is bigger. To earn more is a key part of building wealth.  The biggest thing when it comes to feeling in control of your money is that you have to identify what you truly value. Don't allow other people to dictate where you should spend your money. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
YouTube Link: https://youtu.be/1vVQPdfl_SoAlso check out Buck Joffrey's podcast on cypto: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/consensus-network-cryptocurrency-news-education/id1436793238?mt=2Article Link: Text “simple” to 314-665-1767 to download the Hui Google Drive files and the 2018 Rental Property Analyzer For a free electronic version of my bestselling book in 12+ categories text the word "ebook" to 587-317-6099. Please help the show by leaving a review: http://getpodcast.reviews/id/1118795347 Join the Hui Deal Pipeline Club! SimplePassiveCashflow.com/club Pardon the grammar - I'm an Engeneer, Enginere, Engenere... I'm good with math! ________Here are the Show Notes________Is dealing in Cryptocurrency dangerous?Bitcoin grew in value by 1,000% in 2017.Ripple was the best performing crypto, which had gains of 36,018% last year due to its ease of use. Each coin of Ripple is worth a small fraction of a Bitcoin. The technology makes it easier for banks, payment providers and businesses to send payments globally. They promise to deliver an experience that is instant, traceable, and inexpensive.NEM is an enterprise blockchain with “smart assets.” It can also be used to manage things like currencies, financial instruments, supply chains, and notarizations. Think how eBay or Amazon takes data from UPS or USPS to track your packages, but a lot bigger.Other Cryptos:ArdorStellarDashEthereum (2nd biggest Cypto)GolemLitecoin (getting in mainstream vernacular)BitcoinLearningCenters.com by Andy LaPointe Mr. LaPointe created this complete bitcoin learning system from the ground up! You will learn practical insights into this global phenomenon. By the endof the interview, you will also have a practical understanding ofcryptocurrencies, blockchain technology and Bitcoin.The information that Andy LaPointe will share is entertaining, insightful and easy-to-understand. No matter who you are or your background, the information he’llshare will help anyone to get started with cryptocurrencies today.You listeners will learn:- What is a Blockchain?- What is Bitcoin?- What is cryptocurrency?- How blockchain and Bitcoin are related.- How to determine if investing into cryptocurrencies is right for you.- What are some of the misconceptions about Bitcoin, cryptocurrencyand blockchain.- How to create the right cryptocurrency portfolio for you and yourfinancial future.- And much more!ABOUT THE AUTHOR:Prior to getting involved with blockchain technology in 2013, Mr. LaPointe spent 15 years in the corporate world as a Registered Investment Advisor (RIA), Series 7 Stockbroker and Mutual Fund Wholesaler. He offers deep knowledge of the financial markets, blockchain technology, asset allocation, risk tolerance and cryptocurrency.Andy LaPointe lives in Northern Michigan and is available for interview by calling 1-231-676-0643 (Eastern Standard Time) or email: lapointeandy@yahoo.com – Instant Availability Or visit: www.BitcoinLearningSystems.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
[First in a series of 2019 Hui Club member interviews and live coaching sessions. No more interviews of the same old people, these are real people just like you].Article Link: Text “simple” to 314-665-1767 to download the Hui Google Drive files and the 2018 Rental Property AnalyzerFor a free electronic version of my bestselling book in 12+ categories text the word "ebook" to 587-317-6099.Please help the show by leaving a review: http://getpodcast.reviews/id/1118795347Join the Hui Deal Pipeline Club! SimplePassiveCashflow.com/clubPardon the grammar - I'm an Engeneer, Enginere, Engenere... I'm good with math!________Here are the Show Notes________[First in a series of 2019 Hui Club member interviews and live coaching sessions. No more interviews of the same old people, these are real people just like you]Karl is a police officer who is currently making about 35k in passive income from his properties, which consists of 18 houses and 24 apartment units and are spread across small multifamily units.He started purchasing these properties in 2009.He then moved into wholesaling and just basically putting his money to work through private lendings and house flipping.He still keeps his day job as a police officer and continues to serve his community and help other people.The high demand for a better and affordable housing in their city drove Carl to try and enter the real estate business.Karl talks about his experiences on being a landlord and an investor. He also shares his experiences in house flipping as well as his future plans after retirement. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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https://youtu.be/YYNq4EZEjgkShow notes: SimplePassiveCashflow.com/153riceBuy the book we discussed hereComing out of college—I worked for the department of economic development up in Albany New York, and it was a really interesting experience. I was charged with helping being a part of projects where we try to keep businesses in New York or otherwise help them locate there, which is difficult to do given the high taxes that are in New York.Did that for a couple of years, didn’t want to be a civil servant my whole life, so I went to law school—like most aimless people do as they try to find their way.They say a fool and his money are soon parted, and, for the 1 percent, this is especially true. The more wealth one has, the more risks to their financial security. But with the right knowledge, planning, and guidance, the affluent can not only preserve their assets but enjoy them as well.Private wealth manager Frazer Rice has seen every challenge and success that the well-off can face. In Wealth, Actually, he shares his holistic, adaptable approach to wealth management. Through a combination of philosophical discussion, practical advice, humor, and anecdotes, he shows how prosperous individuals can determine what they want their wealth to do; communicate with loved ones about their fortune; avoid overspending; handle wealth threats; evaluate, grow, and protect investments; and choose the best advisors.Money shouldn’t be the dream—but, when it’s managed right, it can be the perfect tool to make dreams come true. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Free 101 Assisted Living Course - http://bit.ly/2WZazEVYouTube - https://youtu.be/HsAzsoGOTdgGene Guarino, CFP and Founder of the Residential Assisted Living Academy is regarded as "the" expert in the residential senior housing space.Learn more about the asset class - SimplePassiveCashflow.com/alf See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Summary: We talk with this once Fire Protection engineer on his journey to FIRE via real estate. You can check out his website at jacobayers.comYoutube: https://youtu.be/_0QNykk8ikcWebsite: SimplePassiveCashflow.com/166jacobStart learning about real estate investing - SimplePassiveCashflow.com/startSubscribe to the Top-50 Investing Free Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/simple-passive-cashflow/id1118795347_________________________Top SimplePassiveCashflow Posts:This website has been going through daily improvements everyday since 2016. I admit things are a bit all over the place as I learn about these investments and wealth tactics. Events – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/eventsPast Projects - crowdfundaloha.com/past-projects/Simple Passive Cashflow’s Investor Friend Finder!!! – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/friendsMenu of Investing Options – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/menuLaneHack – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/lanehackGroup Coaching Mastermind – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/journeyCoaching – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/coachingJoin our Private Investor Club – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/clubJoin our Team – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/jointeamOur Mission – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/missionPartner Opportunity – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/partnerProducts I support – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/productsAbout Lane Kawaoka – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/about-meQuarterly Investor Updates – http://simplepassivecashflow.com/investorletterSPC YouTube Channel – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3cIIsGKx3osVU5rt2P0HfQReal Estate Book Recommendations – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/booksBackwards Engineering Happiness – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/happyRental Property Analyser – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/analyserVisit Lane in Hawaii – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/retreatStart Here – http://simplepassivecashflow.com/startUltimate Simple Passive Cashflow Guide to…1031 Exchanges – Simplepassivecashflow.com/1031guideNewbies – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/noobInfinite Banking – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/bankingYour Opportunity fund – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/ofundTaxes – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/taxTradelines – Simplepassivecashflow.com/tradelinesTurnkey Rental Guide: simplepassivecashflow.com/turnkeySyndication Guide – simplepassivecashflow.com/syndicationCrowdfunding – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/crowdfundingNetworking – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/peoplePrivate Money Lending – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/lendInvesting in Coffee/Cocoa – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/coffeeInvesting in Non-Preforming Notes – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/ahpRent don’t buy – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/homeInvestor Fallacy: Return of Equity – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/roeHow to Calculate Investment Returns – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/returnsWhy you should break up with your Financial Planner – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/fpQuitting your job – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/quit See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Youtube link:  https://youtu.be/PgCGgxRCi2IWebsite link: https://simplepassivecashflow.com/167lending/Start learning about real estate investing - SimplePassiveCashflow.com/startSubscribe to the Top-50 Investing Free Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/simple-passive-cashflow/id1118795347_________________________Top SimplePassiveCashflow Posts:This website has been going through daily improvements everyday since 2016. I admit things are a bit all over the place as I learn about these investments and wealth tactics. Events – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/eventsPast Projects - crowdfundaloha.com/past-projects/Simple Passive Cashflow’s Investor Friend Finder!!! – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/friendsMenu of Investing Options – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/menuLaneHack – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/lanehackGroup Coaching Mastermind – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/journeyCoaching – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/coachingJoin our Private Investor Club – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/clubJoin our Team – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/jointeamOur Mission – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/missionPartner Opportunity – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/partnerProducts I support – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/productsAbout Lane Kawaoka – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/about-meQuarterly Investor Updates – http://simplepassivecashflow.com/investorletterSPC YouTube Channel – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3cIIsGKx3osVU5rt2P0HfQReal Estate Book Recommendations – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/booksBackwards Engineering Happiness – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/happyRental Property Analyser – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/analyserVisit Lane in Hawaii – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/retreatStart Here – http://simplepassivecashflow.com/startUltimate Simple Passive Cashflow Guide to…1031 Exchanges – Simplepassivecashflow.com/1031guideNewbies – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/noobInfinite Banking – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/bankingYour Opportunity fund – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/ofundTaxes – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/taxTradelines – Simplepassivecashflow.com/tradelinesTurnkey Rental Guide: simplepassivecashflow.com/turnkeySyndication Guide – simplepassivecashflow.com/syndicationCrowdfunding – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/crowdfundingNetworking – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/peoplePrivate Money Lending – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/lendInvesting in Coffee/Cocoa – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/coffeeInvesting in Non-Preforming Notes – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/ahpRent don’t buy – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/homeInvestor Fallacy: Return of Equity – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/roeHow to Calculate Investment Returns – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/returnsWhy you should break up with your Financial Planner – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/fpQuitting your job – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/quit See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Unsophisticated investors buy off cap rates. I don't really look at cap rates when I am purchasing because it is usually manipulated. If the seller or broker leaves out an expense or over counts revenue it greatly distorts the cap. Therefore it is a bad data point. I normally look at the Profit and Loss statement cause that is where you can drill in line by line. https://youtu.be/MnTzXB8hnbo See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Summary: 4-8k a month passive with short term rentalsStarted with assisted living for a year but its very intense from an operator prospective and discovered it was too hardBetter paying tenantsRental arbitrage game to scale up quickly and downsidesGet bookings on own websiteWhy are there so much engineers investors? And the doctor paradigm. And paying off student debt.Pros & Cons of Short Term AirBNB & VROB rentals landlordingBetter paying tenantsRental arbitrage game to scale up quickly and downsidesGet bookings on own websiteYoutube link:  https://youtu.be/hJhVAFN0Zw8Website link: SimplePassiveCashflow.com/doctorStart learning about real estate investing - SimplePassiveCashflow.com/startSubscribe to the Top-50 Investing Free Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/simple-passive-cashflow/id1118795347_________________________Top SimplePassiveCashflow Posts:This website has been going through daily improvements everyday since 2016. I admit things are a bit all over the place as I learn about these investments and wealth tactics. Events – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/eventsPast Projects - crowdfundaloha.com/past-projects/Simple Passive Cashflow’s Investor Friend Finder!!! – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/friendsMenu of Investing Options – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/menuLaneHack – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/lanehackGroup Coaching Mastermind – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/journeyCoaching – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/coachingJoin our Private Investor Club – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/clubJoin our Team – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/jointeamOur Mission – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/missionPartner Opportunity – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/partnerProducts I support – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/productsAbout Lane Kawaoka – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/about-meQuarterly Investor Updates – http://simplepassivecashflow.com/investorletterSPC YouTube Channel – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3cIIsGKx3osVU5rt2P0HfQReal Estate Book Recommendations – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/booksBackwards Engineering Happiness – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/happyRental Property Analyser – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/analyserVisit Lane in Hawaii – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/retreatStart Here – http://simplepassivecashflow.com/startUltimate Simple Passive Cashflow Guide to…1031 Exchanges – Simplepassivecashflow.com/1031guideNewbies – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/noobInfinite Banking – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/bankingYour Opportunity fund – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/ofundTaxes – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/taxTradelines – Simplepassivecashflow.com/tradelinesTurnkey Rental Guide: simplepassivecashflow.com/turnkeySyndication Guide – simplepassivecashflow.com/syndicationCrowdfunding – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/crowdfundingNetworking – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/peoplePrivate Money Lending – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/lendInvesting in Coffee/Cocoa – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/coffeeInvesting in Non-Preforming Notes – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/ahpRent don’t buy – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/homeInvestor Fallacy: Return of Equity – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/roeHow to Calculate Investment Returns – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/returnsWhy you should break up with your Financial Planner – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/fpQuitting your job – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/quit See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Youtube link: https://youtu.be/x5JUzagafjsWebsite link: https://www.SimplePassiveCashflow.com/turnkeyStart learning about real estate investing - SimplePassiveCashflow.com/startSubscribe to the Top-50 Investing Free Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/simple-passive-cashflow/id1118795347_________________________Top SimplePassiveCashflow Posts:This website has been going through daily improvements everyday since 2016. I admit things are a bit all over the place as I learn about these investments and wealth tactics. Events – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/eventsPast Projects - crowdfundaloha.com/past-projects/Simple Passive Cashflow’s Investor Friend Finder!!! –SimplePassiveCashflow.com/friendsMenu of Investing Options – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/menuLaneHack – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/lanehackPassive Investor Accelerator eCourse - SimplePassiveCashflow.com/ecoursePassive Investor Accelerator eCourse & Mastermind - SimplePassiveCashflow.com/journeyCoaching – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/coachingJoin our Private Investor Club – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/clubJoin our Team – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/jointeamOur Mission – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/missionPartner Opportunity – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/partnerProducts I support – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/productsAbout Lane Kawaoka – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/about-meQuarterly Investor Updates – http://simplepassivecashflow.com/investorletterSPC YouTube Channel – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3cIIsGKx3osVU5rt2P0HfQReal Estate Book Recommendations – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/booksBackwards Engineering Happiness – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/happyRental Property Analyser – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/analyserVisit Lane in Hawaii – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/retreatStart Here – http://simplepassivecashflow.com/startUltimate Simple Passive Cashflow Guide to…1031 Exchanges – Simplepassivecashflow.com/1031guideNewbies – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/noobInfinite Banking – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/bankingYour Opportunity fund – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/ofundTaxes – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/taxTradelines – Simplepassivecashflow.com/tradelinesTurnkey Rental Guide: simplepassivecashflow.com/turnkeySyndication Guide – simplepassivecashflow.com/syndicationCrowdfunding – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/crowdfundingNetworking – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/peoplePrivate Money Lending – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/lendInvesting in Coffee/Cocoa – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/coffeeInvesting in Non-Preforming Notes – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/ahpRent don’t buy – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/homeInvestor Fallacy: Return of Equity – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/roeHow to Calculate Investment Returns – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/returnsWhy you should break up with your Financial Planner – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/fpQuitting your job – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/quit See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Youtube link: https://youtu.be/G_3eysdQzMo?sub_confirmation=1Website link: SimplePassiveCashflow.com/ecommerceSummary: - I buy existing websites that are cash-flow positive;- I hire a developer/company (much like a multi-family property manager) to manage the sites and to assist in increasing traffic; - the developer optimizes the SEO and content of the site to increase traffic to affiliate marketing partners; - the developer creates a complimentary site to increase synergy between the sites and increase revenue; and- we then add content monthly to the site and continually optimize traffic while reaping affiliate marketing income.Start learning about real estate investing - SimplePassiveCashflow.com/startSubscribe to the Top-50 Investing Free Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/simple-passive-cashflow/id1118795347_________________________Top SimplePassiveCashflow Posts:This website has been going through daily improvements everyday since 2016. I admit things are a bit all over the place as I learn about these investments and wealth tactics. Events – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/eventsPast Projects - crowdfundaloha.com/past-projects/Simple Passive Cashflow’s Investor Friend Finder!!! –SimplePassiveCashflow.com/friendsMenu of Investing Options – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/menuLaneHack – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/lanehackPassive Investor Accelerator eCourse - SimplePassiveCashflow.com/ecoursePassive Investor Accelerator eCourse & Mastermind - SimplePassiveCashflow.com/journeyCoaching – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/coachingJoin our Private Investor Club – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/clubJoin our Team – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/jointeamOur Mission – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/missionPartner Opportunity – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/partnerProducts I support – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/productsAbout Lane Kawaoka – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/about-meQuarterly Investor Updates – http://simplepassivecashflow.com/investorletterSPC YouTube Channel – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3cIIsGKx3osVU5rt2P0HfQReal Estate Book Recommendations – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/booksBackwards Engineering Happiness – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/happyRental Property Analyser – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/analyserVisit Lane in Hawaii – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/retreatStart Here – http://simplepassivecashflow.com/startUltimate Simple Passive Cashflow Guide to…1031 Exchanges – Simplepassivecashflow.com/1031guideNewbies – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/noobInfinite Banking – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/bankingYour Opportunity fund – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/ofundTaxes – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/taxTradelines – Simplepassivecashflow.com/tradelinesTurnkey Rental Guide: simplepassivecashflow.com/turnkeySyndication Guide – simplepassivecashflow.com/syndicationCrowdfunding – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/crowdfundingNetworking – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/peoplePrivate Money Lending – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/lendInvesting in Coffee/Cocoa – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/coffeeInvesting in Non-Preforming Notes – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/ahpRent don’t buy – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/homeInvestor Fallacy: Return of Equity – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/roeHow to Calculate Investment Returns – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/returnsWhy you should break up with your Financial Planner – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/fpQuitting your job – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/quit See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Summary: Make S.M.A.R.T. Goals and tell your positive peer group your goals and have them give you feedback if your idea is S.M.A.R.T. Learn how you respond to rules/habits are you an upholder, questioner, rebel, or an obliger? https://simplepassivecashflow.com/2020-launch https://simplepassivecashflow.com/club/ https://simplepassivecashflow.com/goals/ https://simplepassivecashflow.com/hui3/ https://simplepassivecashflow.com/investorletter/Youtube link: https://youtu.be/l5CU288iUWkWebsite link: https://simplepassivecashflow.com/2020-launch/Start learning about real estate investing - SimplePassiveCashflow.com/startSubscribe to the Top-50 Investing Free Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/simple-passive-cashflow/id1118795347_________________________Top SimplePassiveCashflow Posts:This website has been going through daily improvements everyday since 2016. I admit things are a bit all over the place as I learn about these investments and wealth tactics. Events – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/eventsPast Projects - crowdfundaloha.com/past-projects/Simple Passive Cashflow’s Investor Friend Finder!!! –SimplePassiveCashflow.com/friendsMenu of Investing Options – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/menuLaneHack – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/lanehackPassive Investor Accelerator eCourse - SimplePassiveCashflow.com/ecoursePassive Investor Accelerator eCourse & Mastermind - SimplePassiveCashflow.com/journeyCoaching – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/coachingJoin our Private Investor Club – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/clubJoin our Team – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/jointeamOur Mission – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/missionPartner Opportunity – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/partnerProducts I support – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/productsAbout Lane Kawaoka – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/about-meQuarterly Investor Updates – http://simplepassivecashflow.com/investorletterSPC YouTube Channel – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3cIIsGKx3osVU5rt2P0HfQReal Estate Book Recommendations – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/booksBackwards Engineering Happiness – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/happyRental Property Analyser – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/analyserVisit Lane in Hawaii – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/retreatStart Here – http://simplepassivecashflow.com/startUltimate Simple Passive Cashflow Guide to…1031 Exchanges – Simplepassivecashflow.com/1031guideNewbies – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/noobInfinite Banking – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/bankingYour Opportunity fund – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/ofundTaxes – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/taxTradelines – Simplepassivecashflow.com/tradelinesTurnkey Rental Guide: simplepassivecashflow.com/turnkeySyndication Guide – simplepassivecashflow.com/syndicationCrowdfunding – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/crowdfundingNetworking – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/peoplePrivate Money Lending – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/lendInvesting in Coffee/Cocoa – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/coffeeInvesting in Non-Preforming Notes – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/ahpRent don’t buy – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/homeInvestor Fallacy: Return of Equity – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/roeHow to Calculate Investment Returns – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/returnsWhy you should break up with your Financial Planner – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/fpQuitting your job – SimplePassiveCashflow.com/quitTranscription: 1:04  Aloha, welcome to the year 2020.1:06  On today's edition, you guys are going to be listening in on a recent goals webinar that unless you're not part of the cuido pipeline club, you don't get emails like this for invites out to these special virtual meetings that I have from time to time. I've been doing this goals meeting for the past few years. And this is the 2020 version of it. If you guys are struggling to find a CPA or if your current one looks at you cross eyed when you tell them you're trying to save taxes and they see something lame, like invest in your 401k or Roth IRA, you probably need a new CPA and you guys need a referral, shoot me an email glanceable passive cash flow. Let me know what you're working with. That way I don't send you to the wrong one. Again, you guys can check this out on the YouTube channel, simple passive cash flows YouTube channel, and we're taking a little drawing in the YouTube channel where you guys subscribe, and once a quarter we'll try to pick a winner from there and we'll give them a prize What's up simple passive cash flow listeners wanted to announce the first multi day we mastermind in Hawaii will be holding it on my island of Oahu, Honolulu is on President's Day 2020. And that's February 14 to the 17th. And a2:22  reminder, Valentine's Day is the 14th.2:25  But we'll keep that evening for you. families and couples want to come on down for that we're actually encouraging spouses and families to come down. Because that's part of the whole experience. Getting to know other families and getting to know other committee members is gonna be a big part of this. So what to expect structured networking and masterminding with existing CWI investors and other affluent investors. We're going to create the time in the environment to build real relationships that you can take forward forever For you, a students out there will do even be doing a full day of networking and mastermind and education. So once again, bring your families we're going to have optional excursions such as a luau, happy hours dinners and some other activities to be able to have fun in the sun. And, you know, space is extremely limited because my vision is to kind of create this as a more intimate environment where we're all one big little ohana here. So come in and combine business and pleasure in a little tax write off hopefully you can get that right off in before the 2019 ends. Those signing up now we'll be able to get a free one on one strategy session that if you want to stick around till Tuesday, you can knock that out or if you're leaving early, we can try and get that done throughout the weekend. But Hope to see you out in Hawaii go to simple passive cash flow calm slash, we re We'll see you guys here.4:09  Alright, so this is the 2020 launch for goals. If you guys go to simple passive cash flow calm slash 2020 dash launch, you'll get access to the cheat sheet here on the top are the important links that you want to get your hands on. So the first one is an edible worksheet to follow along link. So what this is, is I'm going to guide you through some questions to go through and this is just make it easier. And I was hoping to create some kind of environment where people will take over what other people are doing and they get some good ideas. And then the other downloadable here is the little cheat sheet for how to creating an action board for yourself. But if you're a visual person, and it does show that you put up pictures of what you want to achieve, you see it from time to time it just kind of reminded of your goals. I'm not a big fan of the whole law of attraction partly because if the law of attraction True the opposite should be true so if you think of something really bad and and then happened to so you guys can follow along here get the slide deck here so I asked this question in the we Facebook club and a couple other groups that I have online and if you guys aren't in this group go to simple passive cash flow calm slash club and then join the club there and you guys should get access to the private Facebook group. But the question I asked was either these three things what is getting in your way of achieving your goals because all your failure of not achieving what you want is contributed to attention focus or time or not having enough energy so I kind of pulls it out there and although informal poll and the big ones that came up a lot, I think was time and then second attention and focus energy didn't seem to be a big thing for me personally, I think after quitting my job I got all the all time in the world. That's why I didn't check that box with Alan For me it was just attention and focus. So if it is attention Focus then let's actually set the attention and focus right now. If not, we're just doing whatever throughout the whole year. So here's some things I'm going to ask you guys to get out of your comfort zone a little bit, we're going to use lies the breakout rooms in this. And we're going to ask you guys to get a pen and paper out or your mobile device and write some notes down. And just to kick things off here some things that I kind of get done in 2018, I was trying to get some assistance. So I have to work 12 hour days, seven days a week, and currently that's in progress right now try to get a new book done. And that was done. Try to get a smaller core inner circle who he mastermind members in getting there and trying to get to 11% body fat, but that went the opposite way. So yeah, acknowledge that failure right there. And if you're not hitting your goals, you need to do something else. Like sometimes what I'll do is I'll have a project that not getting done for like two or three weeks, like recording all these videos that's going in the E course is really hard, and I don't Get it done. I'm going to wake up super early one morning sort of a penalty to myself. So that's just another example for the physical fitness one. If I'm not losing the weight or I'm not on the track, I'm going to add another day of going to the gym. I was always frustrated by the numerous investing education programs out there who gouge their investors charging them 5000 10,025 and $40,000. I don't know about you, but I thought it was completely wrong when they trick people actually had them call their credit card providers to get a credit line increase to pay for the program. Many of these people could not afford these expensive coaching options and should have used it as a down payment for the first investment. If someone only had 20 grand they should use that to buy a rental to get started. Let me make one thing clear our mastermind is not for you if you're broke, it's a cost effective way to mitigate mistakes when building your portfolio. People in this group are going to be a pre selected population of professionals and high net worth individuals. You'll be a good company. That is after Apply and get in at simple passive cash flow calm backslash journey and yeah if you're lonely in Chicago to find motivated friends who want to do more than sit at their w two jobs collecting and paycheck and go home and watching Netflix all day because all they can afford is 899 a month on their digital entertainment budget then this is a place for you to simple passive cash flow calm backslash journey to learn more.8:23  So at this point, I want you guys to write down five things you accomplished this past year. So if you're just sitting there not doing anything you need to get a pen and paper out and play full out and just this is not going to take very long just probably gonna roll probably rush to this and about 2030 minutes and if you guys are watching this on the replay, you guys can you know skip forward to the pauses but we are going to roll through this quickly so you guys can get off on your merry way. But if we're doing this for real, I probably leave a lot more time for you guys to write out your thoughts. So stop where you're at and move around to some jumping jacks, some squats and push ups. And if you're not doing anything, maybe you should consider what's your what's going on. I mean, are you too cool for school or what you get everything done last year? Well, if not, you better get down and give me 10 is need to get yourself moving. And the whole point of this is to get yourself in a better state because we're going to kind of create the intentions for the year mazels do it from a place of London and in a good mood. So if you're not a moving around person, and you're in mobile will think of something that you made you laugh or made you smile, or just freaking smile, fake smile, if you can, that works, too. And I'll preface like the next 2030 minutes of saying like some of what I'll be presenting may seem like you already know this. So we'll see a little bit out there. I won't ask you guys to jump around. Again, we're done with that and some will seem totally off the wall. And that's where I'm going to challenge you to get really curious. I'm going to end this goal setting activity with a bunch of tips that hopefully you haven't seen before, but if you have Take a chance, take it as an opportunity to reevaluate some new strategies around. So again, go back to the five things that you accomplished this past year and write some more and reflecting on what they were and celebrating the wins for this past year, because it's not like you didn't do anything. 365 days, I forgot what that song was in rent, but 5100 edited. If you guys seen that play, you probably sing it in your head, and it probably ruined your evening. But the reason why we're doing this is at some point in this year, you're going to lose momentum. For some of you guys, it'll be tomorrow afternoon. For others, it might be in the first quarter, second quarter, or even in December, but I know for sure you're not going to be at 100% all the time. So you want to refuse this as a little less of being like, Oh, look at that stuff I did last year. I've accomplished a lot and hopefully that gets you out of your rut. So out of those circle or add three things that were impossible from that list. Now what were the three big one and maybe make a side note. What did you do? To make those things possible, was it a strategy? was a system you put in place? Or was it some kind of internal dialogue that you told yourself couple years ago, I kind of had a better vision of what this weedle pipeline club was going to be all about and over like the last few years, quite over almost a quarter billion dollars and brought in $24 million from now over 200 investors in our group, I wouldn't have believed them. This is a good example of an impossible goal. And what did what did I do to make this possible? And obviously it's a big goal, a lot of aspects to it, but I think it was just keep working at it every day strategizing, re planning and using that strategy, because if it's worked for you in the past, it can possibly work for you in the future. It's just the way you're wired up to finish that up top three things that you thought were impossible and worth the strategies that it took to happen. So next step here is to do a smart check. SM AR t Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic and timely. So an example of this would be on the last day of this year. I will be immensely special. satisfied when I get down 255 pounds before October 2020. Right? It's specific. It's measurable. 35 pounds in there. I don't know if it's quite attainable if you're a foreigner pounds realistic, and there's a timely thing you're too but I always talk about the four legged stool in terms of your life where one leg is health. The other leg is wealth, relationships and personal stuff like more spiritual stuff. Take the time now and write at least one in each of these categories. Other self help groups, they'll recommend like the wheels, what they call it, which has not four legs, but like 16 legs, which I think is just really confusing. And yeah, be careful when you make things really confusing. You end up doing nothing. So I like to keep things simple, the simple passive cash flow right so I keep it to these for another metaphor that I've heard when I was working at my job was certain things are glass balls, certain things are rubber balls, juggling all these balls and you're always going to be overwhelmed. Then there's always gonna be balls in the air, but there's certain balls be dropped them, they'll shatter. They won't just bounce things like relationships, I think you could probably consider that the last ball where things in your business depending on the situation, it could be a little more resilient. So I'm going to quick here because you guys can watch the replay later again and again. So if this goal does not scare you, but it's not high enough, and if you accomplish it, what will it give you? It's good to write why you're doing something because again, when the year goes by, and your motivation dip naturally dips and 30 to 60 days from now, you're going to want to reaffirm Why the heck you were doing this in the first place. So once you're done with that next exercise is kind of on that same line of the Y is here's an exercise that I personally do often I'd say probably you know once or twice a year is in 10 years, I will be immensely satisfied when I and I fill in the blank and it could be $25,000 passive a month with still being able to interact with a person a day was something I had written in In the past, I've been kind of changing my expectations on like people have been saying like, I want 100 doors, I want $25,000 passive, I challenge a lot of people in the mastermind where I keep telling them like, that's just a number, tell us what that will give you what kind of a lifestyle so you get very specific here in 10 years, I would be immensely satisfied when I wake up when I want to, and that is at 943. No one is home, I get to jump in my Maserati and go to not my job, but I'm just going to go to Starbucks to do this stuff. And then I just continue on this sentence, create your lifestyle, and we pick this 10 year timeframe because Tony Robbins says, you know, we overestimate what we can do in one year and underestimate what we can do in 10 years and something I've been noticing I have talks with investors quite often I'll be multiple times a day and a lot of people are new to investing and this this concept of pull versus push were the differences. Why do people call up this random guy on the internet with this podcast? Pretty much pretty They'll call a lot of financial personal information. And most times it's something that's compelled them or push them to do it. And that is some kind of unfortunate incidents that has happened at their day job, for example, like maybe they got passed over by a promotion. Or maybe they maybe they're going to get fired. They had, you know, got put on probation, or maybe they just had their second kid and they just did the math the other day, and they realized they're not going to have enough to be able to have the retirement that they want. Or maybe somebody else is driving a nicer car than them and they're pissed. There's something that compels people to get out of their normal set tracks. Unfortunately, this only lasts for about I'd say about like three to nine months, typically. And I'll even see it in a lot of highly motivated people. I check back in on random people that I talked to, I know where they're at when they give me a call, and I kind of track them. I can do this because I have social media and I can spy on everybody. So my finding is the people that kind of transcend that three to nine months. period are people who find some kind of bigger meaning that holds them to the next level. It's kind of like getting going from year one to year two to year three to year four. And that mechanism is your Why Why are you doing this? And I outlined that in my book, why do I do simple passive cash flow and stay up to three o'clock in the morning because I feel like there's a whole bunch of bad financial advice out there that's just robbing people's lives and not only retirement and I've kind of set out to help people in that facet. So as corny as it sounds, it's been working. I've been at this for about four years and haven't missed a week yet on the podcast. Don't get me wrong, I wanted to quit little times. And before I quit my day job I was went down to like bi weekly podcasts. So define that why and I wrote a further article what simple passive cash flow calm slash goals, which is more of a deep dive into this defining end game you guys can do on your own time. If you guys come to Hawaii, we're going to be doing This in person. So we're going to skip this networking break here. And we were going to talk to our partner about our goals and vision. The partner was going to give us feedback if it was smart because something I find is what works well as you know, share this with your partner, your friend and have them call you out on it if it's smart, but we don't have time for that today we need to get moving next step in the action plan here is to write down five things you did not accomplish this past year. Now these things could be you didn't hit your weight loss goals. Yeah, I caught myself at it, I got a little slower finding new hobby outlet. I didn't do that I thought I was gonna play a new musical instrument or do something new. I don't know, maybe I just not thinking hard enough. But I didn't really do anything like that sort this past year. I normally operate in a frantic mode, doing all this stuff, and I didn't really improve that. So those are some of myself and hopefully that gave you some ideas to call yourself on it. And that just goes to show right it's either lack of time focus, or lack energy. Those are the three things that this all points down to four failure, no more specifically, you know, here's some six common things that get in our way. Number one, we just disconnect from the goal. Maybe it's because of a week why we were pushed at one point. But then once that push, that quick motivation went away, and we got used to the status quo, we weren't able to follow through number two here, maybe we find a surrogate for that goal to accomplish that same way. So the example of that would be you wanted to leave your day job because you didn't like your boss, but then your boss left and you're fine. Now, actually, things improved. Number three, use the wrong strategy. And that's what we're kind of going to work on for the rest of the time here is, you know, working on strategy, I'm a big strategy guy, as opposed to some of the Fufu stuff and think about it and it might happen attitude. Number four, you lack the knowledge resources or people before a lot of people that's why they join the mastermind to get around the right people because as you know, passive investors especially accredited investors, or even people 500,000 dollars network are higher. It's all in the network and the people that you know, and the other people trying to do the same thing. You know, knowledge is found in podcasts and books at some point, you kind of run the circuit on that maybe that was once the barrier for you. Number five, you took the easy way. And maybe number six, it was the whole crabs in a bucket theory, where you just had the wrong people around you that weren't growth mindset and kind of pulled you back down. So now look at your goals and at least take one of them now and break down the goal into four chunks. Example of the whole physical fitness here is being broken down. And I like to use physical fitness because it's very logical as opposed to some of these bigger goals. Just to outline the procedure. First step would be creating a routine of activity three days a week number two, see this is a defined check in point. So evaluate process in March 1. And when you do that, you literally want to write it down or put it on the calendar or whatever you use and put it in as you evaluate the process and what you've been doing up to that point and You might have to change your course correction, number three part of the strategy here, that's that earlier strategies not working, maybe you add a fourth, fifth day of working out. And then the step four here, evaluate progress in June 1. And at that point, really start to looking at the diet. So take your goals, break it down into four chunks, it may not be the best strategy, but look better than nothing, at least you have a plan going in, I'm going to go over a variety of different tricks or hacks that you can use to improve your strategy that you have right now. So first one is that the person hacks so this involves you getting someone who who was five years ahead of you at your level, and someone who you can mentor in something that you're working on, which sounds counterintuitive. So the first person that you're kind of looking up to this person is going to have the lay of land for you and be able to advise you, the person at your level that's going to be sort of my accountability partner, keep you motivated and the person under your level, this kind of keeps you up at your level. And some people they just want to let people down and by teaching other people You inherently learn a lot I thought I didn't know much about investing. When I started this podcast I was just going to talk about what the stuff I did but apparently by talking about it I kind of got a pretty good understanding and a good way to communicate different concepts. So that's a prime example of that. The next tip here you can sort of employ is this concept of the four levels of a mentors sold for the first level, the lowest level or mentors that unconscious you absorb. So these would be the podcasts you listen to the books, you read the news articles, you read the stuff that you see on TV, this is all the unconscious stuff that you're bringing in and the influence your thoughts and creatures, your set points on the way you act. The second level is informal mentors. Now these are the guys who could possibly five years or more ahead of you that's going to help you out give you the lay of land here there but make no mistake after your chance meeting with them or maybe it's a serious they don't really have skin in the game. They're here just to be a cool person and help you out. I think a lot of senses just in our we Facebook group club, it's a lot of good networking. But at the same time, it's a lot of informal networking and informal mentoring, where you might just talk to one person. And that's it. And that's why I like the passive investor accelerator and masterminds and you're able to really get to know people, it becomes more of a reciprocal relationship for the informal mentor, they're helping you out, but they're not bought in as like the third level, which is the more of a formal mentor where you're actually paying this person for their services. Or maybe you're not paying for the services, but they have skin in the game that may be akin to like your children, right? Because if you screw up, they're probably going to come and mooch off your money. So you don't want that to happen. Where informal mentors kind of like your niece or nephew you know, you don't really care if they run around in the restaurant or not yours you set the deal with them once in a while. The last level the highest level is you kind of completing the circle of life and becoming a mentor of yourself and paying it forward. Here's some environmental systems you can create for yourself. I bought this habit board hasn't come in the mail yet. So I'm excited to see if it works for me or not, but you build a habit and you put a push pin in the hole every day that you complete that task. And I think Jerry Seinfeld created this productivity hack where you don't break the chain. It's your job to figure out what is this daily habit or already habit or whatever to do that's going to move slowly towards your goals over the long term. And it could be something like you're going to do a set of ABS at eight o'clock every day, or you're going to go to the gym every day, or some of you guys to brush your teeth every day. So this all goes down to the whole there's a very popular books, Benjamin hardy wrote willpower doesn't work The Power of Habit, obviously you guys know what that's all about. But you don't really need to read the books. Just trust me. The systems and creating your environment are very important because willpower is weak. We fall victim to what's easy, and what's easy isn't typically aligned with where a direction we'd like to have. There's another book here by Gretchen Rubin, the 14th sees she's got four types of people, the upholder, the rebel, the questioner and neoplasia. I think she has like a quick quiz on her website to quickly identify who you are. But I'll kind of go through these four categories of holders the person who always follows the rules. And for someone who would like myself who was more of a question or a question everything, the upholders are really annoying to me because they are more about process than getting things done. The rebel is the person who always does the opposite of what everybody says and what society wants. And the Oh pleasure does things for other people instead of keeping things doing things for themselves. So go back to the upholder, the person who follows the rules. So you create rules for yourself. That's a strategy for you. If you're a rebel, or if you're you know, if your kids are rebel, right? You have them come to the conclusion that they should not eat candy. Let them say what do you want to have a sore stomach? Well, last time you had a sore stomach, if you had the candy, it's just kind of creating the fence around them and letting them make the decision for themselves because If you make the decision, you're going to go the opposite way. And we kind of do this to ourselves unconsciously the questioner is the person who questions things. So I would say myself being a questioner, I think what works a lot is understanding the why why am I doing this reconfirm? What's the big picture here, then the openledger person who wants to please other people, any nouns, the simplest like you set up calendar invites with other people to set you on the right goals the right thing. So you go to the gym with another person, you carpool with the person. That way when you you don't want to go to the gym, you don't want to let the other person down or yourself down rewards and penalties here are another way of strategizing to set yourself up for success. Some people respond more to the stick and which is the penalty getting hit and some people respond more to setting up milestones and rewards. So you're kind of working towards milestones along the way, and you give yourself maybe a treat here or maybe you buy yourself something or maybe You take yourself off to a massage Michelangelo says here that I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free. So he said this, if you think about the statue of the Michelangelo was this big marble block, and it really wasn't anything until he removed the outer layer. And a lot of times, just saying no can be the best thing. I mean, look into your life, everybody's on demand for your time and energy. But if you're especially if you're in a blazer and you're trying to please everybody, you're going to be drained pretty quickly, and you're not going to have any bandwidth to do anything that you want it to do. So also beware of muster baiting. These are the person who says I must do this, I must do that must and also same time, look out for the shitting on yourself. How do you deal with your muster Bader and a shitter, to use words that create possibility ownership and forward momentum to example, I'm choosing to take control of my financial freedom today, or I'm choosing to direct my money or I'm choosing to be more consistent with my motivation. It's funny You watch a lot of people and you're very conscious to the words that they're choosing and the way they view the world, but to that person, it's their blind spot, and they can often mean their downfall. And we are very blind to our own self self torture questions. If you're a person who beat yourself up use what instead of why, instead of why can't I be more consistent to know what can I do to be more consistent in a way it's instead of arguing with yourself try and be more collaborative with yourself and try and address the problem the negative loops or belief you have will get you in the magic words that you can use our up until now. So you can use up until now I thought insert the negative loop or the self torture phrase that you've been using for the longest time. So build goals and strategies, at least four steps and with the check in points and here's a little guide for for the check in points is you know, set the timer for 20 to 40 minutes getting into the right state. Maybe you need to put on Nice music, maybe you need a little wine, whatever floats your boat and get a pen and paper or on your computer, mobile device and a quiet space and check in on yourself and see how your strategy is working and make sure you schedule these check ins in the calendar. If not, I guarantee you will not happen create a check in schedule here I put two to four weeks as a recommendation. But sometimes it might be a more appropriate to do more of a quarterly check in or half a year check in but find something that's appropriate. If you're signing up to do something every two weeks and every four weeks and you don't do it because it's impractical. It's not the right chicken schedule for the right scope of the project or scope size, then you're going to lose a lot of momentum. And it's kind of like Well, I'm going to go to the gym and do 1000 push ups well likely you're not going to do anything make the goal small and obtainable and then you'll get momentum on your side. And you know, we have see strategies because mike tyson says everybody has a plan until they get punched in the mouth. All right. It works. Online is still open if you guys want to record some stuff on there, hopefully you guys can get some good ideas and some other people's goals if you want to steal some of there's no problem with that. But that concludes our goals webinar this year. Hope to see you guys out in Honolulu on February 14 to 17th go to simple passive cash flow calm slash week three to get involved with that and also the passive investor acceleration mastermind. If you guys like this interaction, we kind of do this quite often. We do this every two weeks, and we pair up people and we get to start to build their relationships that way and also the online community there. I hope you guys have a good 2020 and we'll post this on the website and the YouTube channel. If you guys want to go ahead and review this on your own time and make sure you add more goals. My suggestion would be to make three to seven goals anymore is too much in the overwhelm any less you might get stalled on a wonderful it's always good to Have two or three that you can keep moving on. Thanks for listening guys and we'll see you guys at the next investor letter meetings will pass a casual comm slash investor letter for that and hopefully you guys have a good 202030:12  right30:17  this website offers very general information concerning real estate for investment purposes every investor situation is unique always seek the services of licensed third party appraisers and inspectors to verify the value and condition of any property you intend to purchase. Use the services of professional title and escrow companies and licensed tax investment and or legal advisor before relying on any information contained herein information is not guaranteed as an everyday investment there is risk. The content found here is just my opinion and things change and I reserve the right to change my mind. Above all else, do your own analysis and think for yourself because in the end, you're the only person who is going to look out for your best interests. 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And once I start to get a bunch of passive investments, and especially once the bonus depreciation paid and in 2018, I think I paid like 14% effective tax rate, and then in 2019, I paid 4%, which sounds crazy AGI combined with me and my spouse was About $135,000 I paid around $5,000 in taxes, which is about 4%.1:07  Are you a non accredited investor looking for opportunities to invest passively? How about a newer investor looking to get a bit of a track record and confidence from your spouse who's a little bit skeptic of what you've been listened to the last few months and could use the reinforcement of double digit returns paid like clockwork in the form of monthly dividends. The American Home preservation fund or HP is currently open again and is looking to bring new investors with them. I have been investing with them since 2016. And originally, I use it as a means to pay for my regular expenses. 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And that's a big factor how much you should be claiming but you could read this or you could just kind of do what I do and just put the maximum you have so that you know you probably gonna have to pay taxes in a year and that's it. They have some charts here showing you how much you should be taken out but there's really no penalty to hate. The lease is As long as you keep up with your estimated tax payments, and this is from the IRS website, IRS Gov from the newsroom, you probably find this by googling 2020 w four but it has a big FAQ on this section. Another quick tip for you guys is most of my investors and myself included we extend always to October never file in April and we fall extensions, but a few reasons why. Number one, I don't want to give the IRS an extra six months to look for some reason thought it me or give them another six months to do it. Number two, I want to be able to see what tax changes are coming down the pipeline in the next six months and I won't be able to change what I did in this past year but there might be things that I might want to change that repositions me what I want to do two years from now so that's the reason why I do it. And number three, I mean when you're in a couple of dozen syndication deals, and you're waiting back for 24 k one forms, be sure one I was gonna be like And there's just really no sense rushing it and going in when everybody else is trying to file their taxes you're not giving any legal advice but if you guys are needing a referral to the same legal team that I use shoot me an email at Lane at simple passive cash flow but tell me a little bit about yourself you know may not be a good fit I have a few other people I recommend this some other folks for different reasons, but not one size shoe fits everybody. 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Started
May 29th, 2016
Latest Episode
Mar 24th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
194
Avg. Episode Length
34 minutes
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