Just Start Real Estate with Mike Simmons

Welcome to this version of the Just Start Real Estate Podcast! I am excited to bring you another replay of my Facebook Live Question and Answer sessions. I just started doing these live forums in April and they are going so well and I am getting such great feedback and questions, I thought I would share them here on the podcast. Especially for those people that are unable to join us live, this will provide an opportunity to hear the awesome questions I am fielding about business, taking risks, real estate, and so much more! Some of the questions have been very real estate specific, but others have been general business questions, like asking about overcoming fear in order to get started and how to successfully scale. I have also received more personal questions like how I decided real estate investing was right for me and the steps I took to get my business off the ground.

 

This presentation is the live Q&A that I did the week of March 16th and each Thursday we will offer you another chance to take advantage of listening to the answers to our guests’ fabulous and compelling questions! Don’t miss this new episode of the Just Start Real Estate Podcast!




Notable Quotes:

 

“This isn’t supposed to be a break even business.”

 

“A short-term rental property in a northern state can be either feast or famine.”

 

“The reason you do short-term rentals is that generally they have a much higher rate of return.”

 

“One big mistake was rushing into a deal and not taking enough time to analyze the numbers.”

 

“Make sure you do the due diligence on every property you are considering buying.”

 

“When you are starting out, I think it is a great idea to start in secondary markets rather than metro areas.”

 

“Secondary markets are great because there is less competition.”

 

“Try to find a way to solve the seller’s problem through real estate.”

 

“Having a good company culture is probably more important for a small company.”

 

“If you don’t start with a good company culture with your first hire, you will just be building a fire of bad culture that is going to burn out of control and consume your business.”



Links:

7 Figure Investor

7 Figure Flipping

Return on Investments

Just Start Real Estate

JSRE on Facebook

Mike on Facebook

Mike on Instagram

Mike on LinkedIn

Mike on Twitter

Level Jumping: How I Grew My Business to Over $1 Million in Profits in 12 Months

 


My guest today is Maria Fristrom, the founder and CEO of Home Acres Ltd, a real estate investing company in Finland. Their mission is to offer homes with a heart and landlording with love to provide tenants with a home they are proud of. Maria had an international career in marketing and communication, working for agencies in Stockholm and Silicon Valley before stepping out and getting into real estate. Since 2015 she has built a multi-million-dollar real estate portfolio while also going through her toughest challenges as a mother. Maria’s inspiring story is a testament to how real estate investing can pull you out of financial, emotional, and mental depths.

 

We begin the episode with Maria sharing her background story and how she ended up in real estate. She shares that her mission is to help women dare more in investing. Maria and her husband owned an investment club where they read books and talked about them. One of the books was Rich Dad Poor Dad, and it lit something in them. They started looking at apartments. However, life took over, they moved to Hong Kong, and it took a backseat. They had to focus more on their career. Later, while working in a company in Silicon Valley, Maria bought her first investment property and decided that she would purposely and intentionally continue doing things that gave her the freedom to own her time. This led to her biggest move.  

 

We then talk about Maria's desire to leave a job that she loved. She shares that it was not 100% her decision to leave the job. She turned out to be pregnant again, and her husband had been headhunted for a job in Finland. They were going to have two kids, and paying $4000 for their care was not worth it. Maria gave up her job and decided to go full time into  real estate investing. She saw an opportunity to build her real estate portfolio and make up for her lost income. Since then, Maria has grown, and she hopes to work creatively, more closely with others to teach and give back.

 

Next, we talk about how Maria started her investment journey. Maria bought her first property while working in the US instead of buying their own home. They then moved to Finland, and that is where she built the biggest part of her real estate portfolio. The principles are the same, but Maria says that she got into real estate in Finland when nobody was doing the BRRRR method. This is what led to her breakthrough. She could not compete with the large players as she didn’t have the capital, the contacts, and the economy of scale. However, she had a concept that nobody else was using, so she started staging her rentals to build her personal brand. Maria got a lot of press that led to other opportunities to collaborate with brands and do the same thing for them.  

 

We then talk about Maria’s first investment in a single-family house in Colorado. Maria shares that she and her husband had a rough time growing up in Finland in the 80s, and neither of them was coming from money. They worked very hard, for a very long time, to be able to buy their first home. While in California, through her financial advisor, Maria got a good deal on a 2,300 sqft single-family home in Colorado. They did the math and she discovered that buying their home was a liability but investing in a rental property was an asset. They financed it through a conventional bank loan. She bought it for $285,000 with a $70,000 down payment, and they rented it out. They have had tenants there for six years, and it worked for them. Now they have been in the house for six months. They flipped it for sales and are looking to get $600,000 or more.    

 

Lastly, we talk about Maria's biggest mistake while investing in real estate. Maria shares that it has to do with the desire to very quickly. She felt like she had to do it all, give birth to three babies, move around the world and build a multi-million dollar real estate portfolio. Initially, her goal was to substitute her income from her job by buying four properties in that year. By the end of the year, Maria had two, and she needed two more. So she bought new construction highlight apartments. These were co-op properties that she found on MLS, and they were $175,000 each. The co-op funded 70%, while they financed 30%. At the same time, an institutional investor bought 42 other apartments in the same satellite, and when the construction came up, there was no demand, so they started dropping their prices. New construction was new for Maria, but she had to do it differently by personalizing her strategy. From her experience, Maria learned that she had to stop following her goals blindly and stick to what she knew to avoid making another mistake. 

 

Make sure you don’t miss another amazing episode of the Just Start Real Estate Podcast with Maria Fristrom and get valuable information on how you can build your portfolio creatively in real estate!




Notable Quotes:

 

“Instead of talking about where you’re coming from, talk about where you’re going.”

  • Maria Fristrom

 

“Life is an experiment, and there are no failures, only regret, but they are scary because they are so final and you cannot turn back time.”

  • Mike Simmons

 

“Looking for a strategy nobody else is doing can open up opportunities for you in the market that you are in.”

  • Maria Fristrom 

 

“Life is not perfect, things happen to all of us, but we don’t show the nasty parts.“

  • Maria Fristrom 

 

“It’s very smart to position yourself in a personable way - people want to buy from human beings.”

  • Mike Simmons

 

“Stick to your criteria and what you know. Going for the next shiny object is setting yourself for failure.”

  • Maria Fristrom 

 

“Be careful not to follow your goals pridefully. Ego is an enemy, so make sure your goals fit into your long-term vision.”

  • Maria Fristrom 




Links:

Maria on Instagram

Maria on Facebook 

Maria on LinkedIn 

Maria on Twitter 

Rich Dad Poor Dad

7 Figure Investor

Just Start Real Estate

JSRE on Facebook

Mike on Facebook

Mike on Instagram

Mike on LinkedIn

Mike on Twitter

Level Jumping: How I Grew My Business to Over $1 Million in Profits in 12 Months

 

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Welcome to this version of the Just Start Real Estate Podcast! I am excited to bring you another replay of my Facebook Live Question and Answer sessions. I just started doing these live forums in April and they are going so well and I am getting such great feedback and questions, I thought I would share them here on the podcast. Especially for those people that are unable to join us live, this will provide an opportunity to hear the awesome questions I am fielding about business, taking risks, real estate, and so much more! Some of the questions have been very real estate specific, but others have been general business questions, like asking about overcoming fear in order to get started and how to successfully scale. I have also received more personal questions like how I decided real estate investing was right for me and the steps I took to get my business off the ground.

 

This presentation is the live Q&A that I did the week of March 9th and each Thursday we will offer you another chance to take advantage of listening to the answers to our guests’ fabulous and compelling questions! Don’t miss this new episode of the Just Start Real Estate Podcast!




Notable Quotes:

 

“Most potential rental tenants would buy a house if they had good credit or money in the bank.”

 

“You have to look at the specific credit issues. What is dinging their credit?”

 

“Most landlords will overlook hospital or medical-related credit issues.”

 

“You don’t want a tenant that has a history of not paying their rent or house payments.”

 

“As a new landlord, I say, more than anything, get off on the right foot.”

 

“Real estate is a fantastic business. It just is and always has been.”

 

“Why do you need to start your own business?”

 

“The reason I am doing something has to be more powerful than my fear of doing it.”

 

“Education will clear up a lot of the fear, but it won’t be helpful if you don’t have a compelling reason for being successful.”

 

“I don’t think that people who are not trained and proficient in Google Adwords should be doing it. Hire it out to an expert.”



Links:

7 Figure Investor

7 Figure Flipping

Return on Investments

Just Start Real Estate

JSRE on Facebook

Mike on Facebook

Mike on Instagram

Mike on LinkedIn

Mike on Twitter

Level Jumping: How I Grew My Business to Over $1 Million in Profits in 12 Months

 


For the podcast today, I interviewed nationally recognized speaker, author, and podcast host, Chris Naugle. Over the last 20 years, Chris has worn a wide variety of business hats. He was a former pro snowboarder, owning several snowboard and skateboard shops. He's invested in real estate with his wife, doing flips, wholesales, and a lot of private lending. They even had a pilot on HGTV in 2018. The main hat he wears is that of a money mentor, because what is taught in schools about money is absolute trash. He has spoken to and taught over ten thousand Americans delivering the financial knowledge that fuels lasting freedom.

 

We begin, like we usually do, by talking about Chris’ background and how he got started as an entrepreneur. Chris talked about his upbringing and how he learned a lot from growing up in a lower middle-class household. He talked about his early work experience and how it shaped his life and attitude about money. Chris talks about starting in entrepreneurship by selling apparel he designed with his high school art teacher when he was sixteen years old and how his mother mortgaged her house to help him open a snow and skate board shop. He opened Phatman Boardshop in November of 1994 and ran it until he sold it in 2010.

 

Chris talks about how economic circumstances taught him how to pivot in his business model. His business suffered because of the dotcom recession and he found the only companies that were interested in hiring him were Wall Street firms. He didn’t understand it, but found that because he was a successful entrepreneur and willing to learn, they wanted him to work for them. He spent sixteen years as an advisor for the firm that hired him until he saw some things going on he didn’t want to be involved in. He then started investing in real estate, which led him to teach others about money and achieving financial freedom.

 

We then talk about Chris’ current passion, which is teaching people about wealth building and management. Chris says that he does not manage other people’s money anymore, but rather, teaches people how to be great stewards of their own money. He contends we have all been lied to concerning money and convinced the best thing to do is to give up the control of it. He came to the conclusions that he holds about wealth from studying the wealthiest families in the world - the Rothchilds, the Rockefellers, and many others. He talks about how these families do the same thing we do - trade our time for money, but then handle it differently once they have it. Chris then introduces us to the concept of infinite banking and how we can always make our money work for us.

 

Chris points out that infinite banking is a process rather than a product. I described the Just Start Real Estate audience and asked him if this process was available to everyone on the investing spectrum. Chris said that he believes that the process is available to everyone who has, at a minimum, started following the first law of wealth, which is saving at least 10% of your gross earnings. We also spent some time discussing how current events, such as the recent invasion of Ukraine by Russia, affects our money.

 

Don’t miss this exciting new episode of the Just Start Real Estate Podcast! My guest, Chris Naugle, teaches us all about the fundamentals of wealth-building and the process of infinite banking!!




Notable Quotes:

 

“I grew up in a house like many where there was scarcity.”

  • Chris Naugle

 

“Every time my mother needed something, she was a very good saver, and I learned to save money from her.”

  • Chris Naugle

 

“I quit trading hours for dollars.”

  • Chris Naugle

 

“Entrepreneurship took on a new meaning for me when it was no longer a hobby and my mom’s house was on the line.”

  • Chris Naugle

 

“Running Phatman Boardshop was one of the greatest experiences of my life.”

  • Chris Naugle

 

“When things happen, we make pivots in our life.”

  • Chris Naugle

 

“What does Wall Street want to do with a punk snowboarding kid who has never put a suit on in his life?”

  • Chris Naugle

 

“We have all been taught the big lie - to give up control of our own money.”

  • Chris Naugle

 

“I teach one thing and that is to take back control of your money.”

  • Chris Naugle

 

“If you are not saving money today, the infinite banking concept will not work for you.”

  • Chris Naugle

 

“Inflation is a hidden tax.”

  • Chris Naugle




Links:

Phatman BoardShop

Mapping Out the Millionaire Mystery

Chris' Website

Chris' Resource Page

Chris on Instagram

Chris on YouTube

Chris on LinkedIN

Chris on Facebook

Chris on Twitter

7 Figure Investor

Just Start Real Estate

JSRE on Facebook

Mike on Facebook

Mike on Instagram

Mike on LinkedIn

Mike on Twitter

Level Jumping: How I Grew My Business to Over $1 Million in Profits in 12 Months

 


Welcome to this version of the Just Start Real Estate Podcast! I am excited to bring you another replay of my Facebook Live Question and Answer sessions. I just started doing these live forums in April and they are going so well and I am getting such great feedback and questions, I thought I would share them here on the podcast. Especially for those people that are unable to join us live, this will provide an opportunity to hear the awesome questions I am fielding about business, taking risks, real estate, and so much more! Some of the questions have been very real estate specific, but others have been general business questions, like asking about overcoming fear in order to get started and how to successfully scale. I have also received more personal questions like how I decided real estate investing was right for me and the steps I took to get my business off the ground.

 

This presentation is the live Q&A that I did the week of March 2nd and each Thursday we will offer you another chance to take advantage of listening to the answers to our guests’ fabulous and compelling questions! Don’t miss this new episode of the Just Start Real Estate Podcast!




Notable Quotes:

 

“Every conversation with every seller is different.”

 

“When it is time to get serious, you have to get real serious.”

 

“I’m all about meeting things head on when it comes to interpersonal conflict.”

 

“Most sellers want more than we can give them.”

 

“We will remind them of their motivation consistently through the process.”

 

“Some people when met with adversity, rise up and rush into the storm.”

 

“Have that conversation and get their thoughts. Share the vision and then go for it.”

 

“There is an unseen force in marketing we call ‘momentum’ because we don’t know what else to call it.”




Links:

7 Figure Investor

7 Figure Flipping

Return on Investments

Just Start Real Estate

JSRE on Facebook

Mike on Facebook

Mike on Instagram

Mike on LinkedIn

Mike on Twitter

Level Jumping: How I Grew My Business to Over $1 Million in Profits in 12 Months

 


I am happy to welcome my friend, Tanya Rooney, to the show today! Tanya is a real estate investor, and she is a former Project Manager at CBRE. She has used her communication and organization skills to assist clients in their construction projects. Tanya is the owner of BAFS Home Buyers. She started her career in house flipping and wholesaling before shifting her focus to short-term rentals to align her investments with her personality. Tanya wants to provide appropriate and affordable accommodation for people like her that love to travel and make great memories. 

 

We begin the episode with Tanya sharing how she grew her real estate business to a point where she could quit her job. Tanya shares that when we met in a mastermind class, she was doing her second flip but still in her project management position in CBRE. To grow and get to a place where she could quit her job, Tanya had to join a community of like-minded people, in flipping and wholesaling groups. They provided the support she needed to do things that she couldn’t do on her own though she knew they were the right thing to do. However, knowing that she had the skills and could make money gave her the confidence to quit her job to go full into real estate. According to Tanya, this was a mindset thing and she just needed to make a shift. 

 

We then talk about what Tanya’s first year free from her job looked like. She shares that she was doing house flips and wholesaling for off-market deals from MLS deals. There are so many deals on MLS, and they got to win because of their mindset. She also worked with other real agents whose property referrals and recommendations helped her move the needle. However, she has shifted her focus from flipping and wholesaling to managing short-term rentals. 

 

Next, we discuss why Tanya shifted her focus from flipping and wholesaling to short-term rentals. Tanya shares that flipping was becoming more stressful, and for the sake of her mental health and family, she had to make that shift. Tanya likes commercial construction and projects, and a year and a half ago, they turned a five-bedroom, three-bathroom house that they owned into their first short-term rental. It wasn’t selling for what they could have wanted it to, and with the help of a mastermind from her group, she decided to dive into the short-term rental market, and now they have three more. This model aligns more with her personality. She enjoys hosting travel and stocks them the way she wants to be accommodated when she is out of town.

 

We then talk about Tanya’s business model and the kind of houses she’s looking for. She shares that the coolest thing about real estate is that it surrounds us and everybody has their own thing and way to do business. Whether you are a multifamily property owner, flipper, or wholesaler, you can buy a house, keep it, rent it or sell it. There are so many ways  to create cash flow. However, Tanya likes big houses that can accommodate people similar to herself, such as those who need space for ten or twelve people. There are tons of houses like that, which allows her to provide space for people to congregate and make fun memories. According to her, real estate is all about what you want your brand to be, and whether you want to start rentals, multifamily, flipping, or wholesaling, you need to identify your values to design your unique brand. 

 

Lastly, we talk about how Tanya finances her short-term rental properties. Tanya shares that she does it using bank loans and other people's money. They have four properties that they financed through private capital, loans, and their own money. Tanya has partners who believe in her ability to create money, and out of the investment, they will get some of the equity. Tanya also shares the importance of building a team and creating a system by choosing people you can rely on. 

 

Make sure you don’t miss another amazing episode of the Just Start Real Estate Podcast with Tanya Rooney and get valuable information on creative ways to match your real estate investment strategy with your personality and lifestyle!



Notable Quotes:

 

“Thriving in real estate is not all about money - it’s more about mindset.”

  • Tanya Rooney

 

“Matching your real estate investments with your personality will help you develop a stress-free investment strategy and enjoy what you’re doing.”

  • Tanya Rooney

 

“Everybody that gets into real estate has a goal.“

  • Tanya Rooney

 

“Whether you want to start with rentals, multifamily, flipping or wholesaling, you need to identify your values and they will help you develop your brand.”

  • Tanya Rooney

 

“It’s awesome to operate in multiple markets, but you’re going to get better efficiency when you have more in one market.”

  • Tanya Rooney




Links:

Tanya on LinkedIn

Tanya on Facebook 

Tanya on Instagram

Tanya on Pinterest 

7 Figure Investor

Just Start Real Estate

JSRE on Facebook

Mike on Facebook

Mike on Instagram

Mike on LinkedIn

Mike on Twitter

Level Jumping: How I Grew My Business to Over $1 Million in Profits in 12 Months

 


Welcome to this version of the Just Start Real Estate Podcast! I am excited to bring you another replay of my Facebook Live Question and Answer sessions. I just started doing these live forums in April and they are going so well and I am getting such great feedback and questions, I thought I would share them here on the podcast. Especially for those people that are unable to join us live, this will provide an opportunity to hear the awesome questions I am fielding about business, taking risks, real estate, and so much more! Some of the questions have been very real estate specific, but others have been general business questions, like asking about overcoming fear in order to get started and how to successfully scale. I have also received more personal questions like how I decided real estate investing was right for me and the steps I took to get my business off the ground.

 

This presentation is the live Q&A that I did the week of February 23rd and each Thursday we will offer you another chance to take advantage of listening to the answers to our guests’ fabulous and compelling questions! Don’t miss this new episode of the Just Start Real Estate Podcast!




Notable Quotes:

 

“You need to know what is happening with the market so you can adjust your strategy.”

 

“You don’t hide from the market - you go into it.”

 

“Don’t count on a downturn. Stay the course and keep doing what you are doing, just keep your ear to the ground.”

 

“If the market changes, react to that appropriately with the way you buy and sell properties.”

 

“I would pull your money out as soon as your financing company will let you, then rinse and repeat.”

 

“Doing one of these a year is a slow road and I am just not a slow road guy.”

 

“We play the game fairly.”

 

“Doing the work up front with a potential tenant is one of the most important aspects of being a landlord.”




Links:

7 Figure Investor

7 Figure Flipping

Return on Investments

Just Start Real Estate

JSRE on Facebook

Mike on Facebook

Mike on Instagram

Mike on LinkedIn

Mike on Twitter

Level Jumping: How I Grew My Business to Over $1 Million in Profits in 12 Months

 


I am excited to have Joey Mure and Russ Morgan on the podcast today! Joey and Russ are the founders and partners at Wealth Without Wall Street, hosts of the popular podcast of the same name, and serial entrepreneurs who currently operate 19 short-term rentals, along with being involved in several other investment strategies. Joey and Russ also have a podcast that enables them to reach more people with the message of financial freedom and passive income.  They love talking about the challenges and motivations they experience as business owners to help others pursue financial freedom. 

 

We begin the episode with Joey and Russ sharing their background stories and how they ended up in real estate. Joey shared that he was in the mortgage industry for 11 years, and during that time, he became friends with Russ. Russ was a certified financial adviser, and he started referring clients to him. Their pivot point came when Russ learned something new from a book that he shared with him. It changed the way they looked at personal finance and how they controlled cash flow in their life. They joined forces, and in 2014 they started a partnership that birthed their Wealth Without Wall Street company.

 

We then talk about Joey and Russ's first investment strategy that they took action on. Joey came from a mortgage business, and the first investment he got into was in private lending. He loved its passivity, a check every month, and it was profitable, but Joey realized that he wanted something that added more velocity to his earnings. On the other hand, Russ started by buying a two-bedroom condo and started a long-term rental. From his experience, Russ learned that his personality style and investor DNA was of somebody who liked to be more involved, and he had to match who he was with the investments he was making.  

 

Next, we talk about what Russ and Joey did together when they combined forces to get things moving in their business. They share that the most important thing they did at the beginning was focusing on their own business. Wealth Without Wall Street was super dependent on them for the day-to-day operations. If they weren’t in a seat talking to somebody, they were not making money, and they had to figure out how to make their business more passive. They hired a consultant who advised them to build a coaching program by bringing in coaches, taking their knowledge, and putting it in a sustainable and repeatable process. Creating GPS (Goal. Plan, and Support) processes that they walk people through was hard work for a long time, and according to Joey, it made all the difference, and it freed them up to go out and implement other things.

 

We then talk about what Russ and Joey do to make passive income at a high level in addition to crypto mining and short-term rentals. They share that they have a land flipping business that buys property, turns them around, and sells them on terms to somebody else. They often acquire land investments from landowners who have land that they don’t use out of state and have bad taxes. They make it affordable to buyers by having the owner finance for about $200 or $300 a month. For marketing, the first people they market to are the neighbors, and 40% of their purchases come from them. They also market on social platforms such as Facebook and Craigslist. According to Russ, this business model has worked for them, and they produce $10,000 to $15,000 a month in cash flow, and it’s climbing.  

 

Lastly, we talk about what attracts Joey and Russ to short-term rentals as opposed to long-term rentals or regular leases. Joey shares that he has a two-bedroom and two-bathroom house that he has owned since 2004, and this was the first unit they turned into a short-term rental to see if they could get a higher cash flow from the market in 2019, right at the beginning of the pandemic. They marketed the unit on Airbnb as coming soon, and two weeks before it was even available, they were getting bookings. Those bookings exceeded by over $4000 within the first month. However, Joey and Russ's model is slightly different as they don’t buy the property. They lease the properties, and they furnish them. Their down payment is often $1,850 for a three-bedroom, $25,000 for the furnishing, and they still earn $15,000 to $24,000, which is about 66 to 100%, and way better than long-term rental deals.     

 

Make sure you don’t miss another amazing episode of the Just Start Real Estate Podcast with Joey Mure and Russ Morgan and get valuable information on how you can replace your income with passive investments to achieve financial freedom!



Notable Quotes:

 

“Financial freedom is a formula that can apply to anyone regardless of where they are.”

  • Joey Mure

 

“When doing short-term rentals, you have to identify and know who your guest is.“

  • Joey Mure

 

“The goal of financial freedom is making your monthly passive income greater than your monthly expenses.”

  • Russ Morgan



Links:

Website 

Joey and Russ’s LinkedIn

Joey and Russ's Facebook 

Joey and Russ’s Twitter 

Joey and Russ on Instagram 

7 Figure Investor

Just Start Real Estate

JSRE on Facebook

Mike on Facebook

Mike on Instagram

Mike on LinkedIn

Mike on Twitter

Level Jumping: How I Grew My Business to Over $1 Million in Profits in 12 Months

 


Welcome to this version of the Just Start Real Estate Podcast! I am excited to bring you another replay of my Facebook Live Question and Answer sessions. I just started doing these live forums in April and they are going so well and I am getting such great feedback and questions, I thought I would share them here on the podcast. Especially for those people that are unable to join us live, this will provide an opportunity to hear the awesome questions I am fielding about business, taking risks, real estate, and so much more! Some of the questions have been very real estate specific, but others have been general business questions, like asking about overcoming fear in order to get started and how to successfully scale. I have also received more personal questions like how I decided real estate investing was right for me and the steps I took to get my business off the ground.

 

This presentation is the live Q&A that I did the week of February 16th and each Thursday we will offer you another chance to take advantage of listening to the answers to our guests’ fabulous and compelling questions! Don’t miss this new episode of the Just Start Real Estate Podcast!




Notable Quotes:

 

“The market is always fine. It is how you adjust to it that counts.”

 

“When the market changes, you just have to change your approach.”

 

“There will always be some things that fall through the cracks.”

 

“To stay on top of your team, you need to be measuring their performance weekly.”

 

“Activities lead to results.”

 

“The key isn’t necessarily that your spouse believes in it like you do, but just that they support it.”

 

“You need to put her in a room with people that are already doing it and doing it successfully.”

 

“You are staying top-of-mind because you made an offer when no one else did.”

 

“Wholesalers hate it when they get no offers because they don’t know what to do next.”

 

“One of the mindset issues that I had to change right away was what I thought was possible.”

 

“I didn’t think my company was big enough to actually start hiring other people.”

 

“It is going to take more reps to get that hit.”




Links:

7 Figure Investor

7 Figure Flipping

Return on Investments

Just Start Real Estate

JSRE on Facebook

Mike on Facebook

Mike on Instagram

Mike on LinkedIn

Mike on Twitter

Level Jumping: How I Grew My Business to Over $1 Million in Profits in 12 Months

 


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