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  • BiggerPockets Business Podcast 84: Becoming the Most Successful Version of You With Dre Baldwin
    BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
    01:14:03
    Business
    3

    https://www.biggerpockets.com/bizshow84 Are you lacking in motivation?  Don’t have the focus on you want/need to succeed?  Not sure how to define who you want to be and how to get there? If so, today’s episode is for you! Dre Baldwin -- former professional basketball player and current motivational entrepreneur -- has worked hard to get where he is today.  He went from sitting on his high school basketball team’s bench to walking on at an NCAA D3 school to building a 9-year professional basketball career AND building a brand online at the same time in 2005.  This all led to the foundation for the Work On Your Game business Dre runs today, having reached over 73 million people over the last 15 years through 27 books, 4 TEDxTalks and more content than any human on earth. In this episode, Dre gives us his strategies for building motivation and taking yourself to the next level through discipline, confidence, mental toughness and mental conditioning.  Dre talks about his entrepreneurial growth -- including the consistency to have created over 7,000 educational videos in past 15 years, generating over 73 million views! And he provides a framework for how we can do it to… Make sure you listen all the way into the Four More segment for Dre’s amazing tip on how you can be more successful at building an audience from scratch the first time you try! Check him out, and subscribe to the BiggerPockets Business Podcast so you won’t miss our next show!

  • BPP 413: Matthew McConaughey on Vision, Preparation, and Balancing Ambition with Family & Freedom
    BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
    01:08:02
    Business
    3

    https://www.biggerpockets.com/show413 You, BiggerPockets listener, may have more in common with Matthew McConaughey than first realized... Changing careers. Wondering how family life fits in with a hard-driving work ethic. Embracing spontaneity, but learning that success comes from making the choice today to "be kind to your future self." The Oscar-winning actor covers those topics and more in our chat today. A lifelong journaler, McConaughey is in a reflective mood after writing his first book, Greenlights... which is filled with unforgettable stories about growing up the son of Texas an oil pipe "peddler," stumbling into acting after a night drinking with the producer of Dazed and Confused, getting arrested for playing the bongo drums in the nude, and his mid-career shift toward intense, challenging projects like Dallas Buyers Club. If you're thinking "nah, this episode won't teach me how to house hack"... fair enough. But give it a chance and see if you aren't entertained. It's a soulful, positive, not-at-all-Hollywood conversation about choices, happiness, and success. Here's to catching more greenlights!

  • BP Money Podcast 153: Bill Bengen Talks Retirement, Past Crashes, & How You Can Withdraw Even More!
    BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
    01:02:37
    Business
    13

    https://www.biggerpockets.com/moneyshow153 He really is the man who needs no introduction (but here’s one anyways). Bill Bengen, the inventor of the 4% rule (and personal finance hero of Mindy & Scott) stops by the Money Podcast to talk about how he calculated his famed 4%, how he managed his client’s portfolios, and how the 4% has aged throughout the past three decades. In his Original Article from the Journal Of Financial Planning, October 1994, Bengen outlined a groundbreaking calculation: a 4% withdrawal rate from your retirement accounts is all you need to comfortably retire (if enough is saved up). Bengen was hit with praise and criticism, but is still applauded to this day for having such a simple yet crucial metric for knowing how & when you can retire. Using over 200+ retirement account portfolios spanning decades of time as research, Bengen still says with confidence, the 4% rule is a winner! He has the proof and we couldn’t agree more. Whether you’re a few years or a few decades away from retirement, this episode features life-changing advice from one of the leaders in financial research. This is an episode you won’t want to miss!

  • BPP 421: Family Over Everything: How Life Forced BP Founder Joshua Dorkin to Reevaluate His Choices
    BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
    01:25:55
    Business
    28

    https://www.biggerpockets.com/show421 Many avid members of the BiggerPockets forum, listeners to the podcast, or readers of our articles may know our founder, Joshua Dorkin. What you may not know is Joshua’s journey in founding, building, scaling, and finally leaving BiggerPockets. It was a hard decision for Joshua to leave, but thanks to his amazing team, he was able to (even during a time of tribulation in his personal life). You’ll hear how Joshua was cranking out 100 hour weeks, working 7 straight days, for the first 6 years of BiggerPocket’s existence. He later transitioned to building a team, starting with the BiggerPocket Podcast’s very own host, Brandon Turner. This later snowballed into more hirings, with the BiggerPockets growing faster and faster, and being able to scale larger and larger. Just at the time when things were starting to go from big to bigger, Joshua had to take time off to take care of his daughter’s medical emergency. This caused a shift in Joshua’s reality, so he dropped everything. This keynote speech goes deep into what really matters most. It’s not money, it’s not success, but it’s something that matters even more: fulfillment and family. Check out the video on our Youtube channel, and be sure to give Joshua a follow on Twitter at @jrdorkin.

  • BiggerPockets Podcast 420: Finding the “Sweet Spot” in Multifamily: Scaling to 150+ Units
    BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
    01:12:10
    Learning
    57

    https://www.biggerpockets.com/show420 David Grabiner takes the term “long distance investor” to the extreme. While he was a hospital administrator in the Democratic Republic of Congo, he was calling real estate agents in Chattanooga, Tennessee trying to scoop up multifamily deals. David started out by partnering up with his father, buying a quadplex that helped him get his initial training in property management. He later scaled up his and his father’s investment portfolio to 24 units, and then, within 3 years, scaled up his own investments to 150+ units! This meant that David had to quit his job and go full-time into real estate investing. He did it, and he isn’t looking back! Now David is a deal-finding machine, buying directly from listing agents and becoming one of the go-to multifamily investors in Chattanooga. Whether you own one single family home, a dozen duplexes, or hundreds of apartment complexes, you’ll take something away from David’s in depth discussion on property management, landlording, and tenant screening.

  • Rookie Podcast 39: $500 Per Door on Multifamily Properties (During COVID!) with Thomas Tsitouridis
    BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
    49:51
    Business
    83

    https://www.biggerpockets.com/rookie39 Thomas Tsitouridis is truly a jack of all trades. As a kid, he was used to helping on the project-management side of his parent’s 64-unit apartment building (taking out the trash, helping with tenants, and so on). He later realized that real estate investing would hold a special place in his future. Thomas later worked for a construction manager, then chose to start his own construction business, property management business, and long term buy-and-hold business. Using the experience and cash flow from his construction business, Thomas found that he could amplify his money by buying deals and using his own team to do the construction and rehab. Now Thomas (and his partner) are buying multifamily deals, fixing them up, and getting sustainable cash flow, so they can retire early. Within his first year as a real estate investor, he has already learnt a lot. Thomas shares some great tips on tenant management, system automations, construction, and even financing so you can get better ROI earlier on!

  • BiggerPockets Business Podcast 83: Build Your 7 Figure Amazon Business Step-by-Step With Mike Begg
    BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
    01:02:22
    Business
    58

    https://www.biggerpockets.com/bizshow83 Did you know that over 200,000 entrepreneurs currently sell over $100K per year on Amazon? Sales continue to skyrocket with no indication of slowing down anytime soon… and this week, our guest is here to help you get in on the action! Mike Begg -- co-founder of AMZ Advisers -- started a side-hustle business selling on Amazon with three buddies while they all worked corporate jobs. Making mistakes and learning lessons the hard way in the early days, the team never gave up, continuing to learn and tweak their business model until they achieved massive success on the platform. Fast forward five years and tens of millions of dollars in sales, Mike and the team now run their business from the sandy white beaches of sunny Mexico, also helping other business owners generate over $1M in sales each while carving out their piece of the Amazon pie. Mike lays out a step-by-step roadmap for identifying product needs on the platform, sourcing inventory, and building a stellar brand that speaks to buyers and generates sales. He talks about the right way to work with vendors overseas, achieving the right mix of pricing and volume, and determining when it makes sense to create additional sales funnels across multiple channels. And most importantly, he reminds us that anyone-- with focus, dedication and a bit of expert assistance-- has the opportunity to generate significant additional streams of income online. Make sure you listen all the way to the end, when Mike gives us some excellent resources to learn more, right NOW. Check him out, and subscribe to the BiggerPockets Business Podcast so you won’t miss our next show!

  • BP Money 152: Reaching Financial Independence Despite a Very Late Start with Baby Boomer Super Saver
    BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
    01:06:03
    Business
    59

    https://www.biggerpockets.com/moneyshow152 To say that Kathy from Baby Boomer Super Saver had a difficult journey ahead of her is an understatement. She was $70,000 in credit card debt, with a big mortgage, and a spouse that had a medical emergency. So how did she make her way to the millionaire retirement level? Through financial management communities like the FIRE movement, she was able to correct her spending faults, earn more, and invest most of her income into retirement accounts. Kathy put in the work to change her mindset about money as a whole, and reach for abundance instead of just survival. Now, Kathy teaches others how they can reach their retirement goals (even if they’re behind where they want to be) on her Baby Boomer Super Saver blog. Whether you’re just starting your career, or are a few years away from retirement, Kathy has some incredible tips on money management, maxing out retirement contributions, and being intentional with your money and your journey.

  • BPP 419: Defeating Distraction and Why “To-Do” Lists are Dangerous with Nir Eyal
    BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
    01:03:36
    Business
    65

    https://www.biggerpockets.com/show419 Ever missed out on an important moment because you were staring at your phone, distracted by TV, or just zoning out? Nir Eyal, author of Indistractable, felt the same way when he missed an important moment with his daughter because he was locked in on his phone. This spurred Nir’s curiosity on why people get distracted, what they’re getting distracted by, and how people can turn their distractions into the opposite: traction. As a business owner, angel investor, Stanford lecturer, and father, Nir understands what it feels like to live a hectic life, but he also understands that most of the time, we ourselves are the ones making it hectic. So what prompts us to take action? What prompts us to take inaction? How can we make ourselves do the things we need to do, with better results, and still have time for our children, relationships, hobbies, and even down time? It’s all possible, and the key to a distraction-free life is even easier than you would think.

  • BiggerPockets Podcast 418: 14 Deals in 16 Months: How Alex Camacho Found his Mastery in Deal Finding
    BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
    01:00:34
    Business
    84

    https://www.biggerpockets.com/show418 Alex Camacho has had quite an interesting career path, and he’s just getting started! From a bank teller, to the mortgage business, to property management, and even Airbnb arbitraging, Alex took his time in acquiring the skills to succeed in real estate. In this episode, you’ll hear Alex talk about how he became successful at locking down deals, finding the “pain points” of sellers, and how to have empathy when closing. You’ll also hear how he analyzed over 5,000+ deals, leading him at one point to close on 8 deals in one month (seriously!) You’ll hear Alex go through his off and on-market strategies, and how to steer clear of deals that won’t make the cut. In just 16 months on his own, he’s done 14 deals, some with six-figure profits (each), and how he’s using social media to get even more!

  • Rookie Podcast 38: Balancing a Career, Family, and Lots of Deals with Adam Whitney
    BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
    45:45
    Learning
    71

    https://www.biggerpockets.com/rookie38 Feeling stretched for time in your investing career? Today we talk with Adam Whitney, an active duty military member, working full-time, with children, a wife, and an active investment portfolio! With so much going on at once, Adam makes it look easy, juggling his hectic military life while accomplishing his long term goals. Adam started learning about real estate over a decade ago, but didn’t dive in until 2017. Thanks to his “ruthless work ethic”, he’s been able to stack up his rental portfolio, make meaningful mentor connections, and join masterminds in only a few years! Adam talks about getting 0% down loans, locking down long-distance real estate deals, doing thorough inspections when buying sight-unseen, and how to start relationships with mentors and real estate professionals you look up to. With a healthy portfolio of rental properties spanning across the country, Adam is the perfect example of someone who found the time to accomplish his (and his family’s) dreams of financial independence!

  • BP Money 151: From Single Dad w/ $61K in Student Loans to Financially Savvy Real Estate Investor
    BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
    01:08:17
    Business
    75

    www.biggerpockets.com/moneyshow151 You may know Tony J Robinson as the co-host of the Real Estate Rookie podcast, but you probably don’t know his backstory. As a single dad working his way through college and student debt, Tony knew that he needed to have a plan in place to pursue his goals and find financial freedom. He also knew he didn’t want to repeat the same real estate mistakes as his parents. He went from an engineering student, to owning a small tutoring business, to marketing, and finally landed a sweet gig at Tesla! After paying off debt, creating a healthy reserve fund, and divvying his money into over 20 different checking accounts (yes, 20+), he was able to reap the rewards of smart financial management and chase down freedom through real estate. If you’re trying to consolidate debt, find ways to make more money at a job, or leverage creative funding to finance your next deal, Tony has a solution to your problem.

  • BiggerPockets Business Podcast 82: Putting Your Business on Auto-Pilot With Justin Silverio
    BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
    58:56
    Business
    47

    http://biggerpockets.com/bizshow82 Do you want to get your business to the point where you can simply leave for several months without worrying about things continuing to operate and grow?  Do you want to get there quickly and with little risk? If so, today’s episode is for you! Justin Silverio - real estate investor and founder/owner of the real estate marketing company, Open Letter Marketing -- is here to tell us how he he was able to position his company to run on its own in just a couple years.  Justin talks to us about key hiring, setting up processes and organizing operations in a way that will allow you, the CEO, to put your team in charge and free you up to focus on other pursuits. In this episode, we talk about pricing strategy (and mistakes), how to massively reduce your expenses, and how to hire the perfect employees who you can trust to manage and run your business. And, for you real estate investors, Justin provides his expertise on how to best handle acquisition marketing for your deals in today’s crazy real estate world! Make sure you listen for Justin’s tip on how to ensure you hire the right person THE FIRST TIME, and don’t end up making a bad hire because you didn’t have all the information you needed about the candidate.  This may be one of the best hiring tips we’ve ever heard! Check him out, and subscribe to the BiggerPockets Business Podcast so you won’t miss our next show!

  • BPP 417: 9 Ways to Tweak Your Mindset So You Can Lock Down Deals with Brandon and David
    BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
    48:43
    Business
    77

    https://www.biggerpockets.com/show417 Are you a new or aspiring real estate investor who hasn’t locked down your first deal? Or maybe you haven’t hit your personal goal or unit count yet. If so, you may need to tweak your mindset to reach new heights. Brandon and David are back flying solo on this weekend’s episode to talk about the 9 mindset changes that make successful real estate investors, well, successful! You’ll hear them dive deep into each mindset change, with examples from their investing careers, and how they made the leap to change their mindsets for the better. If you’re looking to cultivate a healthier relationship with real estate investing for the better, this is an excellent episode to take some notes! Whether you’re brand new to investing or just looking to level-up your current portfolio, you’ll take away some important lessons on this weekend’s episode.

  • BP Podcast 416: 29-Year Old Making Nearly $1M in Passive Real Estate Income (3 Years In!)
    BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
    01:00:35
    Learning
    100

    https://www.biggerpockets.com/show416 Many investors look at commercial real estate as a high-risk, confusing, and sometimes scary way to invest. Our guest today shows us why this isn’t the case. In fact, he did a multi-million dollar deal in his first year in real estate! Minnesota-based health care professional Matt Onofrio helps us break down the stigma behind big commercial deals. From financing, taxes, mentorships, and more, Matt shows how someone from a completely different field can thrive in real estate... even with no prior knowledge of the space. You may want to bring a notepad and pen, as Matt walks us through advanced strategies such as reverse 1031 exchanges, seller carrying, cost segregations, and triple net leases. Whether you’re looking into commercial or residential real estate, this is a can’t-miss episode.

  • Rookie Podcast 37: New Co-host Tony J Robinson: Scaling with Short-Term Rentals
    BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
    53:32
    Business
    69

    https://www.biggerpockets.com/rookie37 Big news: previous guest Tony J Robinson is back... he's now your new co-host alongside Ashley. Today, you'll get reacquainted with Tony and learn how he rapidly expanded his portfolio this year. In fact, he went from owner of 2 houses when he appeared on the show in March... to closing on his 7th property (!) next month. ...How tho? Tony spells it out today: from finding new financing options in Louisiana (he lives in Southern California), to breaking into the short-term rental game in the Great Smoky Mountains of Tennessee and Joshua Tree, CA. Plus: a next-level tip we haven't heard before: using a line of credit against your stock portfolio (rather than a property) to free up short-term cash. We're excited to have Tony on board; get to know him in this episode, and we'll see you next week!

  • BiggerPockets Business Podcast 81: Using Your Strengths to Find Opportunity With Dustin Reichman
    BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
    01:16:31
    Business
    57

    https://www.biggerpockets.com/bizshow81 Do you have strengths that can help other business owners?  Do you have skills that can be used to help elevate someone else’s business to new heights?  Do you have expertise that makes you the perfect partner for someone else’s business? If so, starting a business isn’t the only way to become a successful business owner! Dustin Reichmann -- partner and co-owner of FireCreek Snacks -- was able to take his marketing expertise and turn it into an opportunity that has propelled his and his partner’s business to new heights.  In this episode, Dustin provides us a blueprint for using your strengths and expertise to find opportunities to help other business owners, and ultimately create new opportunities for yourself as well. Dustin talks about how to analyze your abilities and use them to start generating income for you TODAY.  And also use them to generate opportunity for tomorrow.  Specifically, Dustin provides us two great ways to turn anything that you’re good at into a potential new income stream!  We also dig into the nitty-gritty of product marketing, including how Dustin was able to get his product into some of the largest retailers in the world, including Walmart. Make sure you listen til the end to hear Dustin’s amazing piece of wisdom for those scared to take massive action. Check him out, and subscribe to the BiggerPockets Business Podcast so you won’t miss our next show!

  • BP Money Podcast 150: From Childhood Homelessness to Financially Confident with Cristina Livadary
    BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
    58:22
    Business
    66

    www.biggerpockets.com/moneyshow150 Cristina Livadary immigrated to the US when she was 6, and less than a year later, her father left, leaving her stranded with her mother and sister. She didn't speak the language, had no money, and lived in hotels until her mother was able to find steady work as a chef. She grew up without much in the way of financial education, but did secure a water polo scholarship to Bucknell. Until a rotator cuff injury lost her the funding at the beginning of her third year. She left college with $100,000 in student loans and a burning desire to find a high paying job to live out her Carrie Bradshaw dreams of living in NYC. She spent two years in New York, working hard and spending harder. She moved to LA to run a division covering California and Hawaii, and decided she needed to make a big change. Cristina stopped spending lavishly on things that didn't matter, started focusing on what made her happy, and now helps others manage their finances to get money out of the way and live their best lives.