The Flip Empire Show | Real Estate Investing Strategies: Wholesaling, Flipping, Passive Income
About This Show
On The Flip Empire Show, Alex Pardo brings you strategies, interviews, and insights for smart real estate investors to help grow and scale your real estate investing business. The Flip Empire Show was created for YOU, the smart real estate investor and entrepreneur. If you're looking for ACTIONABLE and SIMPLIFIED advice, Alex Pardo has you covered with his Master Class Expert Interviews, as well as the Q and A shows. Learn from real estate's heavy hitters, as Alex Pardo puts them on the hot seat to reveal their best strategies for running a profitable, scalable, and automated real estate business. Get a fresh perspective from a Real Estate Investor, Entrepreneur, and Coach that has flipped well over 300 homes. We're dedicated to adding value to you and your business, and bringing you the best content to help you make more money, build your empire, and experience freedom through real estate investing. For more strategies, and recommended resources, check us out at www.FlipEmpire.com.
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Most Recent Episode
EP154: Joe Evangelisti on TRACTION, and the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS)
3 days ago
Alex invites Joe Evangelisti, a fellow real estate investor and podcaster, on to the show to discuss how the book Traction, by Gino Wickman has helped him improve his business and his processes. Alex is currently reading this book and he can already tell it’s going to be game-changing in his business. Find out why, in this week’s episode! Key Takeaways: You gotta check out the book Traction, by Gino Wickman. Can you get away from your business for an extended period of time? Who is Joe and what does his business look like today? At what point did Joe realize he was in a rat race within his own business? In the book Traction, there are 6 key components: Vision, People, Data, Issues, Process, and Traction. How can people begin to implement this EOS (Entrepreneurial Operating System) model into their business? Who should you hire first? That answer will differ for every entrepreneur. While you're on this entrepreneurial journey, don’t forget to invest in yourself. Did Joe run the idea of implementing the EOS model in his business by his team first or did he just go with it? What kinds of KPIs does Joe track? Once Joe implemented the strategies in Traction, his business became so much more simplified. What is the one piece of advice Joe would share with his younger self?
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7 days ago