Posts tagged "goals"

JC 085: Wealth Without Wall Street with Russ Morgan and Joey Mure

February 26th, 2020 | no comments

Take Control of Your Legacy Wealth.

Meet Russ Morgan, aka “The Idea Guy”, who started his career in the financial services industry. Russ began a journey to passionately understand more about how to gain control over his money and better serve his clients. Russ believes that it’s time you stop following conventional planning methods and start thinking for yourself. He delivers business owners and investors the knowledge they require to make sound financial decisions and create legacy wealth. The best path to financial freedom is one that frees you to make decisions that allow your money to grow, allow you to have access your money, and to protect your money from market swings and tax regulations.

In 2003, Joey Mure, aka, “The Stallion”, started his career in the mortgage business. He quickly become a branch manager with one of the nation’s top mortgage lenders and was charged with leading a team of twenty-five  loans officers. Despite earning an impressive income and receiving national recognition, Joey still had significant questions about how to save for the future without having to rely on borrowing from the banks. How does anyone save aggressively for retirement AND simultaneously pay for automobiles, save for college, weddings, and vacations?

In 2010 Joey met Russ, who shared the Infinite Banking Concept and everything changed. IBC allowed Joey to get completely out of debt and he started saving four times the amount that he had previously been saving. Joey now has a clear plan of how to save for all our life’s expenses without giving up retirement savings.

Joey decided to join Russ and cofounded a company called Wealth Without Wall Street. Together they teach people to stop trading time for money to achieve financial freedom by following the 5 Pillars of Wealth Without Wall Street.

Russ Morgan and Joey Mure join John Carney today in The Real Estate Locker Roomto discuss alternative ways to create wealth and freedom.

Key Points:

  1. Infinite banking concept: a process of using money in a way to take control of your financial life.
  2. Become the bank.
  3. You will require to the right life insurance policy in order to benefit from the infinite banking concept.
  4. This is uncommon and atypical advice and requires you to think outside the box.
  5. The money you pay in your premium creates the value for you to unlock.

Favorite Sport:

  • Golf: The Masters
  • Baseball

Favorite Athlete:

Favorite Books:

Pro tip:

  • Leadership is knowing what you can do and giving away everything else to someone who is much better suited.
  • Know what you are going to be present for and prepare for it.

Reach Out to Russ and Joey

Thank you, Russ Morgan and Joey Mure, for taking the time to share the infinite banking cconcept withthe audience.

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JC 081: Charging into the Mindset of a Real Estate Investing with Rod Khleif

December 12th, 2019 | no comments

Pushing Through Fear to Reach Your Goals

Rod Khleif is a passionate real estate investor who has owned and managed over 2,000 properties. As an accomplished entrepreneur, Rod has built several successful multimillion-dollar businesses.

Rod has combined his passion for real estate investing with his personal philosophies of goal setting, envisioning and manifesting success to become one of America’s top real estate investing professionals and teachers. He shares his techniques at his boot camp, podcast and website to help others achieve the right mindset to achieve high level success.

Rod Khleif joins John Carney today in The Real Estate Locker Room to dive into the mindset required to learn from mistakes and allow failures to fuel your goals.

Five Key Points:

  1. Clarity is power – Know exactly what you want and why you want it.
  2. A goal is not a goal until it is measurable. Put a time limit on each goal you make. Pick your number one goal and your top three one year goals, write down why it is a mustto achieve them and the regrets you will have if you don’t.
  3. Visualize what you want daily to give your brain direction.
  4. Everything starts from a place of gratitude. Never achieve a big goal without having another goal behind it.
  5. Success without giving back is not success. Give back what you can now! Don’t wait until you reach your goals.

Favorite Athlete:

  • Pelé

Favorite Books:

Pro tip:

  • Education and implementation.

Resources Mentioned:

Reach Out to Rod Khleif

Thank you Rod for taking the time to show us how to get into the right mindset to achieve and visualize goals with the audience.

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JC 047: Achieving your business goals with Jim Leonard

July 15th, 2018 | no comments

Goals require daily action

Jim Leonard is President and co founder of Pinnacle Financial Group, a financial services company that provides the best possible loan terms available in the market for their clients.

Jim has more than three decades of experience in the mortgage banking industry. Pinnacle is known for transactions that include non-recourse, long-term permanent financing, acquisition and redevelopment loans, and equity placements.

In this episode, Jim shares the success story behind Pinnacle and how they worked to scale the business to where it is today. Learn the methods Jim and his team use to secure lenders, how they research property owners (prospective clients), and the difference between growing a business then and now. Turn up the volume when Jim shares his best tips for goal setting, cash flow and knowing what to look for in a great real estate deal.

Five Key Points:

  1. New investors have it easier or harder starting off depending on where we are in the credit cycle.
  2. A good deal is buying something and fixing it up and the property ends up being worth more than what you paid for and the cost to improve it.
  3. Focus on the cash flow. How much you can rent it for and understand the expenses to operate the property.
  4. Nothing you do is mutual. Action either takes you to your goals or farther away from them.
  5. Numbers are good, but knowing your competition and neighborhood is better

Favorite Athletes:

  • Johnny Bench, Cincinnati Reds
  • Francisco Lindor, Cleveland Indians

Favorite Sports:

  • Soccer, Baseball, Basketball

Favorite book:

Pro tip:

  • Write down your goals. It doesn’t matter if they’re short term or long-term goals. Write them down so you never forget.

Reach Out to Jim Leonard:

Thank you Jim for sharing your process for achieving goals and how to identify a great real estate opportunity.

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