The Art of Passive Income Podcast
About This Show
Mark Podolsky (AKA The Land Geek) and Scott Todd from scotttodd.net are successful land investors, land investing coaches and committed to helping you break out of solo-economic dependency. Discover why Land Investing is The Best Passive Income Model (no physical inventory, a one-time sale, recurring revenue, a built-in incentive for the buyer to continue paying, and low competition). Learn about strategies, skills and helpful tips that will help you grow your Passive Income through Land Investing and other passive models.
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Become More Relatable—What You Need To Know About Leading With Your Personality
3 days ago
In today’s episode of The Art of Passive Income, Mark and Scott talk to Leonard Kim from LeonardKim.com. Leonard is managing partner of InfluenceTree, a company that teaches you how to build your brand. Leonard is recognized by Inc. Magazine as a Top Digital Marketer and Top Youth Marketer and a Personal Branding Expert by Red Letter Resumes. After hitting rock bottom several times over and becoming homeless, he got sick and tired of being sick and tired so he started writing and built up a huge media following. He explains that being relatable resonated with others and helped to build up a large following. Some factors that can help you become more relatable: Leading with personality. Be real. Use your genuine personality. Put your fears out there. That resonates with others and helps form a connection. Leonard also talks about his early-on downfalls and blames Narrogance for playing a role in his failures along with his fear of failure and fear of success! Listen in to hear more of Leonard's inspirational story and find out exactly what he means by Narrogance. TIPS OF THE WEEK Mark: Learn more about Leonard Kim by going to his website at LeonardKim.com Scott: Go to Oaxis.com and check out the new ink case for the iPhone 7. It has another screen on the back of the case that you can use to change the design of your case or use it to read e-books. Leonard: Read the book, The Four Agreements: A Pra