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Episode Info: Success Requires Evolving Change and Making Mistakes with Jack and Shecky:Jeff Schechter and Jack Gibson co-founded a company called High Return Real Estate specializing in turn-key investments. They personally have over 80+ turnkey properties that are producing outstanding monthly cash flow returns. They are the hosts of The High Returns Real Estate Show. In addition to real estate investing both Jack and Jeff have thriving multi-million dollar businesses.Quote: You miss 100% of the shots that you don't take. ~ Wayne GretzskyJack operates a nutrition consulting and distribution company that he started even before he could rent a car! Jeff has a private consulting practice helping people realize their full potential in all aspects of life. Between them they have incredible business experience and entrepreneurial stories, and their mission is to teach others how to do it too! Top 3 Hot Point Takeaways:Mistakes Will HappenGood Ethics MatterMindset and Self-Development Matter Today’s Resource Links from the Podcast:Shecky's profiles:Website: Page: Gibson’s profiles:Website: Page: Our Mentioned Influencers:Book: Team of Teams by General Stanley McChrystal Book: E-Myth Revisited Books: John C Maxwell Watch us on YouTube: Timestamped Show Notes:00:30 - Introduction10:45 - I grew up on a farm in Ohio and that's where 50% of the time my mom taught me work ethic. It was working for my uncle, picking up, and clearing off his farmland. I cleared off the land for him and I gave him my invoice for 20 hours and he gave me $100. I'm like no he's not very scalable out here, I'm never working for anybody else again including the wealthy you know entrepreneurial uncle I'm not doing it. I want profits which are way better than wages.20:00 - I think if younger generations are hearing this right now, and they will be, and watching this, we're not trying to criticize the parents here, the damage is already done. So if anything, there's a statement I learned from a company years ago was one of our missions or value statements, "We're all personally and collectively accountable for our results." So the keyword there is accountability. How are we going to take accountability for what we're going to do moving forward? Stop blaming the past, what are we moving forward?30:00...
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