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JC 101: Playing Louder with Joe DiSanto

October 26th, 2020 | no comments

Get Your Finances in Order.

Joe DiSanto built multi-million dollar businesses, produced critically acclaimed documentaries and an Emmy-winning TV show, invested millions in real estate, and is semi-retired at age 43.

Now Joe is sharing a lifetime of fiscal know-how via Play Louder, an invaluable resource that helps individuals and business owners increase their net worth and plan better for their future.

Joe DiSanto joins John Carney today in The Real Estate Locker Room to share his journey to real estate and financial success.

Key Points:

  1. You must have a positive outlook on what you want to achieve.
  2. Buy a house! You’ll be the investor of your own property.
  3. Track your finances and know how much you are making vs. spending.
  4. If you hate doing something, pay someone to do it. You’ll end up saving money in the long run.
  5. Learn how to tap into the tax benefits as a business owner.

Favorite Sport:

  • Golf

Favorite Athlete:

  • Tiger Woods

Favorite Books:

Pro Tip:

  • There is no overnight success. It’s a long run.

Reach Out to Joe DiSanto

Thank you, Joe for taking the time to share how preparedness and opportunity creates success with the audience.

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JC 100: Consistency is the “Secret Sauce” with Johnny Williams

October 8th, 2020 | no comments

Know the Benefits of Controlling Real Estat

To celebrate Episode 100 I’m giving away 100 copies of my book 10,000 Miles to The American Dream. Learn how to receive your copy of the book in the show notes below!

John Williams was my 1stguest on the Real Estate Locker Room Podcast and I’m stoked to welcome him back to celebrate the 100thEpisode!

John doesn’t believe that you have to be the most talented person to be successful as a real estate investor. You have to leverage the talent that you do have and work hard.

Investing in real estate is cumulative and John’s advice is to learn from doing. Don’t be afraid to get your hands dirty and learn the business of fixing property by doing it.

John started his career with one single family home in 2001 and has scaled to managing over 1200 tenants and multiple mobile home parks.

Johnny Williams joins John Carney today in The Real Estate Locker Room to catch up on his successes during the past three years.

Key Points:

  1. Being able to control real estate will benefit you.
  2. Show up, be consistent and have the desire to be successful.
  3. Continue to build your portfolio so that you can expand.
  4. Buy little things, stack them together, sell them off for a big profit, then buy bigger stuff.
  5. Real estate is not a get rich quick business. Show up and put in the work every day. The harder you work, the more opportunities you get.

Pro tip:

  • Go deeper into how you are trying to find your properties.

Resources Mentioned:

Reach Out to Johnny Williams

  • jjrealestateholdings.com
  • john@jjrealestateholdings.com

10,000 Miles to The American Dream GIVE AWAY!!!

Because of our 100thepisode, we are giving away 100 copies of our book 10,000 Miles to The American Dream!

  • How to win:
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Thank you, Johnny Williams for taking the time to share the secret sauce of consistency with the 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 054: Being Better Than You Were Yesterday with Ross Stryker

November 8th, 2018 | no comments

Real Estate, Routine and Financial Freedom

: Being Better Than You Were Yesterday Ross Stryker is the CEO at Smart Asset Opportunities (SAO), a business that teaches clients how to gain wealth and financial freedom through proper education and sound financial advice. Ross served in the military for 12 years and has 20 years of experience running a private orthodontic practice.

Ross’ investments include over 40 single-family homes, a coffee farm in Panama, apartment complexes, and ownership in a resort in Belize. He advocates for investments outside of the stock markets and his continued success in real estate as an asset class is proof of concept.

Ross steps into the Locker Room to share the idea that everyone should be constantly thinking about how to achieve their version of financial freedom. Ross reveals his pro tips on getting started in the real estate game, scaling your existing business, and how to maximize your time. He describes his life before he became an investor, what made him transition to real estate, and how he educated himself.

 

Five Key Points:

  1. In real estate investing, inside information is where the money is made.
  2. It’s never a good idea to be the smartest person in the room.
  3. Invest in your business. The highest return on your dollar will be in the business you know.
  4. Anyone with a prominent real estate business owes much of its success to networking and meeting new people.
  5. The answer to your retirement is to know how to create money.

 

Favorite Athlete:

 

Favorite Books:

 

Pro tip:

  • Any little thing that you do to make yourself better every day will build the road to your success.

 

Reach Out to Ross Stryker:

 

Thank you Ross for taking the time to share your thoughts on self-improvement and business success.

 

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JC 048: Wheelbarrow of Profits with Gino Barbaro

July 25th, 2018 | no comments
There is no such thing as an overnight sensation

Gino Barbaro is an entrepreneur and real estate investor. Gino and his partner Jake Stenziano, co-founded Jake & Gino, LLC, a real estate educational company that provides real estate training and coaching for investors. He has over 15 years experience in the real estate industry, owns and manages 900 units valued over $51 million and is the best-selling author of Wheelbarrow Profits.

Gino spent 25 years running a pizza restaurant prior to pivoting into a successful career as a real estate investor. The pizza shop taught him how to manage a small business and that experience allowed Gino to identify the perfect partner and build a portfolio apartment communities.

In this episode of the Real Estate Locker Room, Gino talks about his life before he became a real estate investor and how the business lessons that he learned running a small pizza restaurant helped him build a multifamily real estate company.

Gino shares how he and his partner Jake met and how they entered the apartment building market. Take notes as Gino discloses all of his trade secrets to successful multi-family investing. You will learn the importance of building rapport and establishing networks in the real estate industry and why there’s no such thing as an overnight sensation.

Five Key Points:

  1. Real estate is a relationship-based business.
  2. Once you know the reason why, start looking for mentors. Follow their roadmap and learn the ins and outs of the multifamily industry.
  3. Nobody is an overnight sensation; they grind, they work, they miss important events to get to where they are.
  4. A mentor is such an important team member because they guide and oversee the business from a wider perspective.
  5. Acting as a sub syndicator allows you to raise money for somebody else’s deal.

Favorite Athletes:

Favorite Sports:

  • Baseball

Favorite book:

Pro tip:

  • Surround yourself with like-minded individuals and join mastermind groups to achieve more success in your industry.

Reach Out to Gino Barbaro:

Thank you Gino for taking the time to share your thoughts on how to successfully build a multifamily real estate business.

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JC 039: Success is Contagious with Sherri Johnson

February 14th, 2018 | no comments

What is your value proposition?

Sherri Johnson is a dynamic, high-energy expert in real estate agent management, brokerage coaching and consulting. Her 21-year career reads like a highlight real and includes being a top-producing agent (top 25 of 1700), a successful manager, regional vice president and executive with a national top 5 broker.

Sherri has been athlete all of her life. Growing up she competed in a variety of sports including softball, basketball, swimming and golf. Sherri credits athletic competition for teaching the leadership skills that she applies in her professional life daily. Today Sherri says running is her primary source of fitness, meditation and inspiration and claims her thoughts during runs produce some of her brightest ideas and strategies.

In this episode, Sherri shares her top tips for hiring the perfect agent for you. She describes her experience in sourcing agents in a new market and explains what type of agent all investors should have on their team.

3 Hot Tips For Sourcing The Right Agent:

  • The market’s ripe for investing; you must have a real strategy and a plan.
  • Top listing agents know about properties before they hit the market.
  • Don’t rule out any particular price points.

Five Key Points:

  1. A team sport experience can give you the ability to be a leader.
  2. Together everyone achieves more when everyone is working together.
  3. Find someone in the mortgage industry that is well versed to set up loans for you.
  4. Going out and actually talking to people to establish a network is a lost art.
  5. Personal relationships are meant to be personal.

Favorite Sport:

  • Running

Favorite Athlete:

Favorite book:

Pro tip:

  • As an investor, there is value in what the real estate agent is doing.

Reach Out to Sherri Johnson:

Thank you Sherri for taking the time to share your expertise on how to find the right agent for your real estate business.

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JC 018: Every Action Matters

July 5th, 2017 | no comments

Massive amounts of focused action required

Host John Carney shares his beliefs about taking massive amounts of focused action to achieve success in business and in life.

John references three books that helped him grow as an entrepreneur and real estate investor. These books taught him how to focus his attention, cut out the chatter and accelerate his career as a real estate investor and developer.

John believes that every action matters. Consistently working hard is the key ingredient to success in the real estate game. All of the action, mistakes, lessons and wins that you have accumulated over the course of your life matter today and in the future.

All of the “little wins” add up to bigger wins. You will have more “little wins” over time and those are the lessons that you want to recall when you encounter obstacles. Tap into your past experience to keep moving forward.

We all have multiple tasks to accomplish every day. A hierarchy of priorities exists, and we have to remember to focus on what’s important now.

 

Recommended reading:

The 10X Rule by Grant Cardone

Do you want to stamp “Guarantee” on your success? Apply a multiple of 10X to what you do in life and every action you take. Be accountable for your actions and the results they produce – both good and bad.

The Obstacle Is The Way by Ryan Holiday

Ryan Holiday examines the writing and wisdom of Marcus Aurelius. “The impediment to action advances action. What stands in the way becomes the way.” We face resistance in our lives the minute we wake up each morning. We encounter obstacles in our life every day, at home with our families and at the office in our chosen professions. We have choices. We are in control of how we react to challenges and failures. Our reactions determine either success or failure.

The Way Of The Seal by Mark Divine, Commander, US Navy SEALs (Retired)

Learn how to become laser focused on the task at hand. This book is about forging mental toughness as the key to a better life, better relationships and a better business. Being physically strong is important in life but without mental and spiritual strength we will fall short of maximizing our true potential. The good news is that mental toughness can be taught and forged through practice and discipline.

 

Key points:

  1. Real estate investors face obstacles every day. The Obstacle becomes the way.
  2. Apply the 10X Rule to every action
  3. There is no short cut to success in real estate. It takes consistent effort over time to make it.
  4. Every action matters – you draw experience and lessons from all of your actions.
  5. Have a hierarchy of priorities and stay focused on what’s important now.

 

Thank you for tuning in to my first solo podcast. I truly hope that you took away some actionable advice. Until next week, work hard, play hard, and profit hard.

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© John Carney 2017