Today we recap the prior week’s interviews and share our success takeaway from each one. Make sure to catch any episodes that catch your eye.
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He came to San Francisco 22 years ago from Ukraine, and after his English improved, he went into “corporate America.” This never fulfilled him however so he tries out many things, eventually landing on developing passive income for others.
Today our guest shares how he acquired several houses, gets rocked by the 2008 recession, and then gets into Airbnb. He teaches us how to own Airbnb rentals without owning any property.
He goes into accounting until he gets bored of it. A buddy then ropes him into an internet startup that eventually fails after 6 months. He goes back to school after this and meets his now business partner. They hit their stride when they create a mattress review platform among other things. Check out his success story!
He went to college and started in sales while there, and he realized he had a passion for it and the psychology behind sales. This leads to him eventually starting a B2B sales consultancy that is very successful. There is also a fire alarm that goes off a few times during the interview so listen for that!
He starts investing in real estate in 2013 purely as a side hustle, buying turn-key single family properties in the midwest. A couple years later he wanted to make a career change and he stumbled on the concept of multifamily and that is when the light bulb went off.
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Today we recap the prior week’s interviews and share our success takeaway from each one. If any of these episodes catch your eye be sure to go back and give the episode a listen.
While working at Aflac, a Tony Robbins speech and someone close to him cause him to have an epiphany. He then quits this job and goes to build his dad’s company up immediately after in the financial services industry. They’ve exploded and accrued a lot of wealth since then and he tells us exactly how it was done.
He builds a sustainable fashion care company 6 years ago that is incredibly successful to this day. He then exited that venture and tells us all about it, including what he is doing now.
A unique opportunity presents itself and he moves across the country at 19 to pursue it. He scales this into something very successful but realizes he needs to start creating passive income. This births an amazing company and mission we are now all a part of together. Here is a behind the scenes look.
She goes to college and does not want to be an entrepreneur at all. But after 16+ years and essentially being a retired model, stuntwoman and therapist, she decides to become an entrepreneur.
Today we talk to someone who jumps at an incredible opportunity while working a hot dog stand and masters the art of selling. He then starts buying single family houses before transitioning into multifamily. He has had immediate success and recently put a 112 unit property under contract.
Today on this Sneak Peek Sunday we preview the coming week’s interviews and let you know what you can expect. Make sure you catch any episodes that catch your eye.
Young hustlers, psychology of sales, and extreme side hustles, we cover it all! Today we recap the prior week’s interviews and share our success takeaway from each one.
Today we talk to someone who goes to college, becomes a teacher but then realizes he needs to bring home more money. He shares how he has done that with different side hustles and ultimately talks about his main passion.
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Choosing the college route, Brandon played college football at Shepherd University for two years as a 290lb offensive lineman. Making the decision to focus on his health and education, he transferred to George Mason University, where he finished his degree, while working full-time, and successfully dropped 60lbs in just a few short months. At just 20 years old, Brandon was hired as a police officer in Virginia, making him one of the youngest officers in the department at the time. During his midnight shifts, the decision to create a life of financial freedom came alive. Brandon dedicated hundreds of hours learning about multifamily real estate and later became co-owner of CEO Capital Partners. His journey has led him to helping motivate others to help them reach their own financial freedom through the Wealth Junkies show.
Entrepreneur and Co-Host
After battling drug and alcohol addiction in his late teens, Will played college football until an injury prevented him from continuing. He then started his career in the mortgage business and won National Rookie of the Year in 2017 and operated in the top 5% at one of the largest retail home lenders in the country. In 2019 he walked away from this multiple 6-figure job because he wanted to focus on creating legacy wealth for himself and his family. He now focuses on real estate full-time, owning over $1,500,000 in personal real estate and is a co-owner of CEO Capital Partners, a real estate acquisition company focused on multifamily apartments.
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