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41 minutes | a year ago
Episode 82: An Interview With Eddie Speed
Eddie Speed: Seller finance note ninjaEddie Speed is a straight shooter, so we'll spare you the flowery pitch. Eddie is a Texas titan who for years has carefully crafted the art of strategic seller finance notes. In short, understanding and correctly executing the strategies he shares will double your opportunities, double your business, and ultimately, double your income. If you are an experienced deal maker, saddle up and hit the trail with us as we discuss riding the coming bull market all the way to a generational wealth kind of payday.
57 minutes | a year ago
Episode 81: An Interview With Vinnie Fisher
Vinnie Fisher: CEO. Lawyer. Husband. Dad. Fun fact: 70% of Billionaires have created their wealth from recession rebounds. That fact, coupled with the whole "history repeats itself" fact, is a good indicator that a whole bunch of money is about to make its way into the hands of those seeking current opportunities...and you can bet your bottom dollar that Vinnie Fisher isn't going to miss out on any of it. As a tax lawyer, entrepreneur and all around numbers guy, Vinnie shares his journey of becoming financially fluent in his own businesses and details what specifically you should be able to answer about your company's financials. The time to get your sheet together is now, before you get your assets kicked.
52 minutes | a year ago
Episode 80: An Interview With Trevor Mauch
Trevor Mauch: CEO of CarrotFalling asleep behind the wheel and nearly sending your family hurling off the side of a cliff... No, that's not a scene from a Hollywood blockbuster, that was the real life wake-up call for our next guest, Trevor Mauch. Long, exhaustive hours come with the territory of being an entrepreneur, but at a certain point, you have to ask; is your business supporting you or are you supporting it? Are you building a LIFE for you and your loved ones, or just an income? Kent and Trevor strap in for an "energy audit" to measure your drain/give ratios, and also discuss whether or not it's time to fire...yourself? Best of luck with that exit interview.
33 minutes | a year ago
Episode 79: An Interview With Jeff Fenster
Jeff Fenster: Founder and CEO of EverbowlJust about everyone who opens a restaurant has had experience in the industry. If 9 out of 10 restaurants fail, why is "experience" placed on such a high pedestal as a prerequisite? Jeff Fenster isn't buying it, and never has. What most see as an asset, Jeff sees as a liability. From payroll companies, to restaurants and even construction companies, Jeff is a serial entrepreneur that forges success through jumping in and figuring it out as he goes along. Jump in on this episode and prepare to "unevolve"; no experience necessary.
45 minutes | a year ago
Episode 78: An Interview With Billy Gene
Billy Gene: Master of MarketingPretend for a second that your business is a sailboat. Your sailboat has lost some momentum because of a sudden shift in the winds (pandemic). You can see a clearing in the distance and there appears to be a strong wind up ahead, but you're not sure you can make it. You have a few options: 1. You can adjust your sail in hopes of catching a draft; 2. You can cut your sail and call it quits. In this example, your sail is your marketing. Cutting your sail ensures you are dead in the water. The 3rd option is our good friend, Billy Gene, who just happens to be cruising through this episode on a yacht with a sale on sails. True to his nature, you have a problem, and he has the solution. That's marketing. That's Billy Gene.
49 minutes | a year ago
Episode 77: An Interview With Marshall Sylver
Marshall Sylver: Hypnotist. Author. Motivational speaker. Get out of your own head. Ironic advice from a guy who makes his living getting into yours... As a professional hypnotist, Marshall Sylver is an industry leading business consultant that understands exactly how powerful the words you speak to yourself, and to others, are. He has used his heightened sense of communication to entertain and dazzle audiences on stage, and maybe more importantly, he has helped to elevate some of the most brilliant minds in business to a higher consciousness. Not too shabby for a kid who grew up living in a chicken coop, huh? In this episode, a true master of mindset explains precisely what you should, or should not, be focused on.
24 minutes | a year ago
Episode 76: An Interview With Ed Mylett
Ed Mylett: Entrepreneurial elite 8 days a week was not enough for The Beatles; it's a shame they never knew there are actually 21...IF you're Ed Mylet. With a run time of 24 minutes, this is the shortest episode to date, and it certainly isn't for lack of substance or content. Ed is recognized as one of the most successful entrepreneurs in the world, and if you want his time, you've got 2 minutes, 8 minutes or a max of 24. He's exact, he's precise and his ability to "shrink time" makes him impossibly productive in the eyes of a competitor.
58 minutes | a year ago
Episode 75: An Interview With Frank Shamrock
Frank Shamrock: The first UFC Middleweight Champion. If you thought our circle (or in this case, ring) was limited to real estate and business types, guess again. In this episode, Kent takes center ring with the very first UFC middleweight champion, Frank Shamrock. In addition to being a champ, he was also a talent spokesman for the UFC itself, where he pitched his passion and helped to turn the UFC into a billion dollar industry. However, the ascent to glory was anything but a rosy ride to the top. Frank's journey originally started out in a different kind of cage, one with armed guards and three square meals a day...
63 minutes | a year ago
Episode 74: An Interview With Drew Canole
Drew Canole: Founder of Organifi. For Drew Canole, leadership is about everything beyond what meets the eye. For starters, his executive corner office isn't on the highest floor in the tallest tower. He doesn't shout commands from a high-backed leather chair, flanked by rich mahogany furniture...In fact, he doesn't even have an office. Whereas typical founders of companies fancy themselves as modern day kings, Drew drives the culture of his company through a deep understanding of human nature. He will be the first to tell you that he doesn't have all of the answers, which is why he and his leadership team have read over 1,000 books together. Leadership, as he explains, is an energy.
56 minutes | a year ago
Episode 73: An Interview With Patrick Precourt
Patrick Precourt: Industry leader in personal development coaching, marketing, business development, speaking and a master of sales and leadership.What separates you from a goal can be boiled down to: action vs inaction. No one likes to come up short of a goal, but most of what keeps people from achieving a desired outcome is caused by a fear-induced paralysis. Relying on neurochemistry and some good old fashioned perseverance, our discussion with Patrick highlights the necessary ACTION of taking back control of your thoughts, which will prove to be the single-greatest step toward achieving your goals.
56 minutes | a year ago
Episode 72: An Interview With Lori Taylor
Lori Taylor: Direct response copywriter. If you've ever watched celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay audit a restaurant, you know it can be brutal to witness, as failing restaurants and their owners are exposed to Ramsay's unrelenting standards. From a business owner's perspective, having every aspect of your business carefully scrutinized can be a vulnerable and painful experience that often requires setting aside your ego and facing the numbers. In this episode, Lori Taylor goes full on Gordon Ramsay and serves up exactly what you should understand about your company's fundamentals, all the way down to the cents...and just as there are no good excuses in an episode of Kitchen Nightmares, your excuses are no good here either. If personal responsibility and accountability are not for you, Lori is not your girl.
60 minutes | a year ago
Episode 71: An Interview With Perry Belcher
Perry Belcher: Digital marketing legend. Kellogg's. Starbucks. Netflix. All household names that owe their brand recognition to economic downturns. While many businesses slash their marketing budgets and slouch in fear, savvy investors are acquiring competitors and bolstering their market-shares at a premium discount. Perry outlines why "younger" entrepreneurs have the upper hand against older, more established types, and details how to maneuver your messaging to ensure your upper hand is filled with the lion's share. “The fear of loss is always greater than the desire to succeed.”
55 minutes | a year ago
Episode 70: An Interview With Octavio Cifuentes
Octavio Cifuentes: Founder of FTX WellnessWhere the body goes, the mind follows. Physical strength and mental fortitude go hand in hand, and when it comes to building both, plus a massive fitness empire, our next guest is outpacing the pack. Octavio and Kent discuss the importance of "tribes" and how to align yourself with the right people, that have the right energy, to get to the right places.
62 minutes | a year ago
Episode 69: An Interview With Chris Naugle
Chris Naugle: America's #1 money mentor. You've been taught your entire life to give up control of your money. All the while, that hard earned money is being utilized to create unimaginable wealth that you will never see. If your 401K was explained to you in those terms, would you think twice about making those monthly contributions? What's more, the comparatively small return you do make, could all be gone in a single downturn day. Kent and Chris let you in on their chat and it is likely the single most important conversation on money advice you have ever heard.
64 minutes | a year ago
Episode 68: An Interview With Aaron Pimpis
Aaron Pimpis: Virtual real estate wholesaler. These times are truly unprecedented. With market volatility and the uncertainty of many unknowns, it seems crazy to think that our next guest, Aaron Pimpis, is currently cruising along with an unchanged business model, buying up wholesale properties WITHOUT EVER STEPPING FOOT IN THEM! Aaron shares the keys to virtual wholesaling and lets you in on what you should know before you ever dial up, text, or...Facetime a potential client.
52 minutes | a year ago
Episode 67: An Interview With Dan Noma
Dan Noma : Designated broker of Venture REI.Your business plan probably didn't include a strategy for a pandemic...The good news is, you are in the majority and everyone is having to adapt and grow, on the fly. The way we have always bought homes is changing quickly, and is now moving at an accelerated rate, setting the stage for a future of ibuying. Dan tells us how ibuying is stirring up the market and how you can get in on the action. Plus, with the uncertainty of market futures, we discuss why having a firm grasp on underwriting is vital to your next deal.
38 minutes | a year ago
Episode 66: An Interview With Frank Kern
Frank Kern: Internet marketing consultant. Copywriter extraordinaire. According to Forbes, internet usage has surged by 50 to 70 percent amidst the Covid-19 epidemic. Coupled with a year-over-year decline in "traditional media"consumption, such as TV, the question becomes...Where are you spending your advertising dollars? Enter Frank Kern;online advertising gunslinger and digital marketing mastermind. Frank gives it to you straight and explains why advertising and brand building has never been cheaper or more profitable. When all eyes are on the internet, the only thing stopping a great idea is bad marketing.
77 minutes | a year ago
Episode 65: An Interview With Roland Frasier
Roland Frasier: CEO of War Room Mastermind. Many businesses and business owners are understandably frozen in fear because of market uncertainty. However, utilizing such incentives such as the government's PPP, Kent and Roland explain how they are scaling their businesses during what they have deemed to be an "artificial recession". Rather than shrink in fear, you can set yourself up for a "recession rebound" using government stimulus funds available to you right now. High supply with low demand and suppressed pricing, all mixed together with a dash of creativity, means a big payout for you.
58 minutes | a year ago
Episode 64: An Interview With Dan Fleyshman
Dan Fleyshman: Marketing master. Branding genius. Whatever you are looking to buy is on sale this summer and a massive boom is on the horizon. Now that I have your attention, why are you reading this? Likely, because you are interested in knowing what will be on sale and you don't want to miss out on those opportunities. I have shared with you a valuable piece of information that you are interested in, and that is exactly what Dan is all about. In order to gain interest in a marketing message, you must offer compelling content that is interesting, sharable and informative. Traditional posts about your "showing this coming weekend" are stale, predictable and ineffective. As an entrepreneur, your job is to interrupt patterns and cut through the mundane, which is exactly what this episode is all about. Oh, and as for those summer sales and that boom...they are happening and we'll tell you when and where you need to be to capitalize.
57 minutes | a year ago
Episode 63: An Interview With Raquel Quinet
Raquel Quinet: Top producing real estate leader, recognized by the Wallstreet Journal. Taxi cabs were literally driven out by rideshare companies. Blockbuster was streamed to death by Netflix. Technology forces change, and that can be a great thing, if you choose to evolve and innovate. Deals and transactions will continue to happen, just not by conventional means or strategies. There is no better person than Raquel to explain the logistical and technological shifts that are necessary in today’s marketplace. Utilize tech to level up or be leveled off.
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