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The Gold Collar Investor

Author: Pancham Gupta

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If you want to learn how to diversify outside of the wall-street, this show is for you. If you are a high paid professional (ex: doctor, lawyer, engineer, programmer, banker, accountant, etc) and making six figures i.e 100k or more in your job or business, this show is for you. This show will help you make YOUR money work for you. It will open up your mind to main-street investing and help you build multiple income streams. We will talk about personal finance, common fears, stigmas around main-street investing. Our goal is to make you financially free and make sound decisions with your money. It will help you gain confidence and stability when it comes to investing life. Click play if you are committed to becoming The Gold Collar Investor.
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In today’s show, Pancham interviews Jerome Myers - a leader in multifamily development, founder and Chief Inspiration Officer of DreamCatchers and The Myers Development Group. Jerome was already successful in corporate America - already built a 20MM division and a 30% profit margin. But after a phone call on Christmas Eve, he decided to leave corporate America and started everything all over again! Now, he has built his own company that has a multi-million-dollar portfolio, been featured on top podcasts, and has been guiding investors through the Myers Methods! In this episode, learn how his qualities as an engineer helped him in the real estate game. You’ll also get to discover what investment strategy works for you, how investing can provide fulfillment to your life, and the 4 challenges in investing! Quote: "Then I said, when I was leaving corporate, ‘I’m gonna get that dream off the shelf and I’m gonna invest outside of Wall Street.’” Timestamped Shownotes: 1:44 - Pancham introduces Jerome to the show 3:11 - How his venture started from a phone call on Christmas Eve 13:29 - Focusing on joint ventures investments 18:22 - The 4 challenges to overcome for rookie investors 21:08 - Having a positive mindset amidst the pandemic 25:51 - How his 5-hour morning routine contributed to his success  28:17 - Taking the Leap Round 28:17 - Fix-and-flip property as his first investment 28:43 - His fears when he first invested outside of Wall Street 29:36 - His investments that did not go as expected 32:06 - Why investors should never invest in something that they don’t understand 33:37 - Jerome’s contact information 3 Key Points: Investing is not about replacing your income but rather replacing your expenses. Different investment strategies would best fit depending on the type of investor you want to be. A joint venture works best for active investors while a limited partnership works for passive investors. Investments are negatively affected by the pandemic and that’s the reality of it. You just have to take advantage of the system. Get in Touch: Jerome Myers Website - https://www.jeromemyers.co/lead-magnet1589065232830 The Gold Collar Investor Banking - https://thegoldcollarinvestor.com/banking/ Pancham Gupta Email - p@thegoldcollarinvestor.com Books: Rich Dad's CASHFLOW Quadrant: Rich Dad's Guide to Financial Freedom by Robert T. Kiyosaki - https://www.amazon.com/Rich-Dads-CASHFLOW-Quadrant-Financial/dp/1612680054
"Tony Robbins says that success in anything is 80% psychology and 20% mechanics. I truly believe that. It's all about the mindset. Lou Holtz once said that “When you stop growing you start dying.” So, growing never stops and you are always conditioning your mind to become better. Keeping this in mind, I decided to do short 5-10 minutes episodes to discuss the productivity tips, inspiring quotes and success tips with you. Some of these things have had an impact on me personally and wish the same for you too. Today's tip is on: Power of consistency. The World Class is Consistently Great!
In today’s show, Pancham interviews Brian C. Adams - lawyer-turned-real estate investor and the Principal and Founder of Excelsior GP. Brian was a district attorney in Nashville who was transferring to a corporate law firm when he realized that he doesn’t want to live a life in golden handcuffs. He then saw his wife’s family background in investing, connected with a business partner, founded Excelsior GP, and the rest is history! With 10 years of experience in real estate private equity, advanced knowledge in best practices for strategic real estate investing, and a $415 million growth of asset value, He is surely the guy you want to talk to when it comes to investing!  In this episode, listen as Brian will share how the maturing millennials are leading the market today, how his investment strategy works, and how diversified investments can help you in your overall portfolio. Quote: "If you want that style of life, and if you want that financial freedom, it doesn’t come easy and that includes the choice to leave the corporate gig, it’s not supposed to be a simple, easy decision, because if it were everybody would do it." Timestamped Shownotes: 0:40 - Pancham introduces Brian to the show 1:36 - How his wife’s family background got him into investing 5:02 - How the maturing millennial generation are driving market change 6:48 - Focusing on commercial office assets amidst the pandemic 9:16 - How golden handcuffs made him leave his corporate gig 15:26 - Why you should not only focus on investing in stocks 19:24 - How sleep helped him to be more productive 21:54 - Taking the Leap Round 21:54 - His first investment outside of Wall Street 22:40 - Overcoming his fear of losing control 24:05 - Why his bar and resto investment didn't go as expected 26:04 - Why investors should have a good infrastructure in the business itself  27:18 - Brian's contact information 3 Key Points: The maturing millennial generation is growing so their geographic metrics are benefitting the enterprise.  There is no easy solution when it comes to transitioning to investing full time. The success you'll enjoy is a part of the pain that you went through. Aside from stock investments, there are other types of investments that you can consider investing in to supplement your entire portfolio. Get in Touch: Excelsior Capital Website - https://www.excelsiorgp.com/ Brian C. Adams LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/brian-c-adams/ Listen to Brandon Hall’s episode in The Gold Collar Investor here: https://thegoldcollarinvestor.com/show4/ The Gold Collar Investor Banking - https://thegoldcollarinvestor.com/banking/ Pancham Gupta Email - p@thegoldcollarinvestor.com Show notes page: www.TheGoldCollarInvestor.com/show100 Watch on youtube: https://youtu.be/WRm1c2QaWQE
"Tony Robbins says that success in anything is 80% psychology and 20% mechanics. I truly believe that. It's all about the mindset. Lou Holtz once said that “When you stop growing you start dying.” So, growing never stops and you are always conditioning your mind to become better. Keeping this in mind, I decided to do short 5-10 minutes episodes to discuss the productivity tips, inspiring quotes and success tips with you. Some of these things have had an impact on me personally and wish the same for you too. Today's tip is on: Power of Criticism
In today’s episode, Pancham interviews Ted Greene - an investor relations manager at Spartan Investors. Ted definitely knows the ins and outs of the industry as he has been an investment adviser for 24 years. After managing bond portfolios, he steps up his game as he recently transferred to dealing with portfolios in private investments with Spartan Investors! In this episode, listen as Ted will share everything that he learned from his years of experience! He will share key pieces of information he got from his journey and why he transitioned to handling private investments portfolio. You’ll get tons of value from this show as he will also share his formula when investing with examples that could help you - a rookie investor - understand deals more! Listen and enjoy the show! Quote: ”I think the biggest lesson that I learned in 24 years of Wall Street is to not look in the rearview mirror and extrapolate that going forward with the assumption ‘This is how it always is.’” Timestamped Shownotes: 1:50 - Pancham introduces Ted to the show 2:42 - His financial advisor experiences throughout the years 5:08 - Why you shouldn’t look at past trends when building your portfolio 7:53 - Diversifying your portfolio by strategically investing 14:07 - How he calculates for self-storage deals 23:58 - Their recession-resistant strategy amidst the pandemic 25:11 - How his analogy of boulders, rocks, and sand contributed to his success 28:36 - Taking the Leap Round 28:36 - Why his 1st investment didn’t go as expected 31:26 - Fears he overcame when investing 32:44 - Why investors shouldn’t hesitate to ask questions 35:36 - Ted’s contact information 3 Key Points: Don’t look at the past market trends and assume that it will always continue that way. Don’t invest in only one deal. Diversify your portfolio by investing in small amounts in various industries. Compute how much will be the increase in an asset and its net operating income to identify a good deal. Get in Touch: Spartan Investors Website - https://spartan-investors.com/ Ted Greene LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/ted-greene-dontbeafraid/ Spartan Investors Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/spartanhomebuyers The Gold Collar Investor Club  - https://thegoldcollarinvestor.com/club/ Pancham Gupta Email - p@thegoldcollarinvestor.com
"Tony Robbins says that success in anything is 80% psychology and 20% mechanics. I truly believe that. It's all about the mindset. Lou Holtz once said that “When you stop growing you start dying.” So, growing never stops and you are always conditioning your mind to become better. Keeping this in mind, I decided to do short 5-10 minutes episodes to discuss the productivity tips, inspiring quotes and success tips with you. Some of these things have had an impact on me personally and wish the same for you too. Today's tip is on: 5 Levels of Mental Toughness
In today’s show, Pancham interviews Maurice Philogene - senior executive, real estate investor, restaurant owner, public servant, philanthropist, federal agent, a police officer, and an explorer of 97 countries - a multi-talented entrepreneur indeed! He is indeed the living testament that anything is possible. He has been acquiring multifamily properties and has closed 9 deals in 13 months! He is also diversifying his investments by doing international real estate investing - in the Mediterranean! Why is he doing all these? Simple. His passion to serve and help other people achieve their 5 freedoms through multifamily investing and lifestyle design and it’s also his way to give back to the community. In this episode, get to know how he remarkably handles all his careers and ventures! We will also explore his personal growth and mindset, his financial and lifestyle goals, and his story to achieve them that would definitely inspire you to make the next step! Quote: ”We all have 24 hours in a day and as long as you get 8 hours of sleep, how you use the other 16 hours is your choice. And I just used it very wisely over the years.” Timestamped Shownotes: 0:50 - Pancham introduces Maurice to the show 2:40 - His different professions and how he balances them 6:28 - 2 major events that led him to his current path 9:13 - Growing as an investor with multifamily investing 11:09 - How single-family investing taught him patience and consistency 14:58 - Shifting his financial goals to life-related goals 17:26 - How the productivity pyramid helped him learn to say “no” 19:18 - How being an early riser attributed to his success 22:44 - Taking the Leap Round 22:44 - His 1st investment outside of Wall Street 23:30 - On being fearless when he’s investing 24:03 - Why his penthouse condo investment didn’t go as planned 26:22 - Why investors should understand their why’s 27:40 - Maurice’s contact information 3 Key Points: Always look for ways to grow not only as an investor, but also as a person. Connecting and building relationships with people can help you realize what your goal in life is. Be productive and make the most out of your time to create the lifestyle you would want to achieve. Get in Touch: Maurice Philogene LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/mauricephilogene/ Maurice Philogene Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/mauricephilogene/ Quattro Capital Website - https://www.thequattroway.com/ Get your FREE Report on the Top 6 Reasons To Invest Outside of Wall Street at https://thegoldcollarinvestor.com/download/ Pancham Gupta Email - p@thegoldcollarinvestor.com
"Tony Robbins says that success in anything is 80% psychology and 20% mechanics. I truly believe that. It's all about the mindset. Lou Holtz once said that “When you stop growing you start dying.” So, growing never stops and you are always conditioning your mind to become better. Keeping this in mind, I decided to do short 5-10 minutes episodes to discuss the productivity tips, inspiring quotes and success tips with you. Some of these things have had an impact on me personally and wish the same for you too. Today's tip is on: The Law of Receptivity
In today's episode, Pancham interviews Rajan Gupta - a fellow real estate investor in Mesos Capital. He was the first official guest on The Gold Collar Investor Podcast when this podcast was launched in 2019. Investors have gained a lot of key takeaways in his episode on the major differences of Wall Street and Main Street investing that his episode became one of the most listened to episodes! In this episode, Rajan is back on the show to discuss all about the current state of the economy. He will also share investment alternatives that can help lower your risk profile. Don't miss this episode as you'll learn different investment strategies to generate more cash flow! Quote: “COVID-19 has made a lot of businesses and asset classes suffer but  some businesses and some asset classes have boomed.” Timestamped Shownotes: 1:04 - Pancham welcomes Rajan to the show 1:36 - His viewpoint on the current state of the market 3:11 - Why prices are inflated in various asset classes 5:59 - On investing in private and alternative investments 7:54 - Why bonds are more riskier than stocks 9:48 - Mesos Income Fund as an investment alternative 14:04 - Kinds of asset classes that Mesos Income Fund invests  17:33 - Rajan's contact information 19:94 - His parting advice to real estate investors 3 Key Points: Rather than saving cash, invest in asset classes to your full capacity that can also give you high yields. Expose yourself in the investing industry and learn about private and alternative investments from people in different fields. Diversify your investment to be able to understand the market and its industry well. Get in Touch: Mesos Capital Website - https://mesoscapital.com/ The Gold Collar Investor Podcast Episode #3 - https://thegoldcollarinvestor.com/show3/ The Gold Collar Investor Club  - https://thegoldcollarinvestor.com/club/ Pancham Gupta Email - p@thegoldcollarinvestor.com
"Tony Robbins says that success in anything is 80% psychology and 20% mechanics. I truly believe that. It's all about the mindset. Lou Holtz once said that “When you stop growing you start dying.” So, growing never stops and you are always conditioning your mind to become better. Keeping this in mind, I decided to do short 5-10 minutes episodes to discuss the productivity tips, inspiring quotes and success tips with you. Some of these things have had an impact on me personally and wish the same for you too. Today's tip is on: The Law of Authenticity
In today’s show, Pancham interviews Ken McElroy - real estate investment expert, syndicator, rich dad advisor, educator, and author of Return to Orchard Canyon, and my role model. Ken McElroy has been in the investing industry for three decades. With his years of investing experience, he already has 250 employees, a development, construction, property management, and utility company. He also owned about a billion-dollar worth of investments - a true entrepreneur indeed! In this episode, grasp the current state of the economy as Ken shares the possible supply and demand issue, massive disruptions from migration patterns, and the debt deflation in real estate investing from his point of view. He will also share his passion for educating investors through his Youtube channel and with his self-written books (that my 9-year old son can read!) so you can’t miss this episode! Quote: “The journey’s all started from one 2-bedroom 2-bath that just cash flowed $120 a month and the rest has just been a massive learning process.” Timestamped Shownotes: 1:19 - Pancham introduces Ken to the show 2:27 - How his real estate journey started from one 2-bedroom 2-bath unit 6:56 - How the migration patterns will impact rentals 12:36 - Trying to stop debt deflation through inflation 16:34 - His thoughts on supply and demand in real estate investing  24:20 - Reinvesting back to education through his Youtube channel 28:41 - His purpose of writing Return to Orchard Canyon (and why you should get your copy!) 31:42 - His fundamentals in getting deals 36:27 - How gratitude, meditation, and prioritizing health helps with his success 41:25 - Taking the Leap Round 41:25 - His first investments outside of Wall Street 43:02 - His concerns whenever he is investing 44:15 - Why his 300-unit apartment building investment didn’t go as expected 47:05 - Why you should have multiple income streams 49:31 - Ken’s contact information 3 Key Points: The migration patterns will affect the supply and demand of rentals which would massively impact some areas.  The government will keep trying to reduce their overall debt by inflation which would affect the economy.  Real estate investing is a good strategy for cash flow and long-term wealth building. Get in Touch: Take a look at the 1st chapter of Return to Orchard Canyon for FREE at https://kenmcelroy.com/gci/ Ken McElroy Website - https://kenmcelroy.com/ Ken McElroy Youtube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/kenmcelroyofficial The Gold Collar Investor Club  - https://thegoldcollarinvestor.com/club/ Pancham Gupta Email - p@thegoldcollarinvestor.com Books: Rich Dad Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not! by Robert T. Kiyosaki - https://www.amazon.com/Rich-Dad-Poor-Teach-Middle/dp/1612680194 Return to Orchard Canyon by Ken McElroy - https://www.amazon.com/Return-Orchard-Canyon-Ken-McElroy-ebook/dp/B082J4NYG6
"Tony Robbins says that success in anything is 80% psychology and 20% mechanics. I truly believe that. It's all about the mindset. Lou Holtz once said that “When you stop growing you start dying.” So, growing never stops and you are always conditioning your mind to become better. Keeping this in mind, I decided to do short 5-10 minutes episodes to discuss the productivity tips, inspiring quotes and success tips with you. Some of these things have had an impact on me personally and wish the same for you too. Today's tip is on: The Law of Influence
In today’s show, Pancham interviews Ryan McKenna - full-time real estate investor, syndicator, and founder and CEO of McKenna Capital. Ryan has been balancing his full-time job, passive investing, and building his network when he finally builds up enough capital to leave his job and start his own private equity company to help others to invest passively in different syndications.  Today, he has grown his passive investments into different asset classes, an investor in more than 50 opportunities and with $1 billion worth of real estate and business assets! In today’s episode, Ryan shares his wealth of knowledge when it comes to different asset classes and sponsors. He will share why diversification is important to him, his philosophy in his business, how he builds his network, and the emerging asset classes today! What makes syndications stand-out and why is it a better way to invest? Listen to this episode to find out!    Quote: “I tried to really make sure my portfolio is very well-diversified, so not one investment will make or break me.” Timestamped Shownotes: 1:54 - Pancham introduces Ryan to the show 2:54 - How he got intrigued by syndications  10:00 - Diversifying his syndications to build his portfolio 15:33 - On knowing the investor behind the deals 20:04 - Active vs. Passive Investing (and what’s the best fit for you) 26:01 - How investing in resilient asset classes helps amidst the pandemic 31:28 - How gratitude and tackling the hardest problems helps developed a positive mindset 36:11 - Taking the Leap Round 36:11 - First real estate investment and how it came about 36:34 - Risks and fear he overcame with his first real estate investment 37:35 - Why one of his self-storage deals didn’t go as expected 39:12 - Why you should surround yourself with fellow investors 41:08 - How to get a copy of his report 3 Key Points: Diversifying your investments is a good strategy to generate good cash flow streams and to build relationships with other investors. Explore, educate yourself, and learn from other investors as much as possible to have a better insight into how it works. Syndication is a good investment whether you’ll be active or passive investing as it will help expose yourself to other markets. Get in Touch: Get a copy of the Top 10 Reasons Real Estate Syndications Are A Better Alternative Report at mckennacapital@thegoldcollarinvestor.com Ryan McKenna Website - https://www.mckennacapital.com/ The Five Minute Journal App - https://www.intelligentchange.com/pages/five-minute-journal-app The Gold Collar Investor Club  - https://thegoldcollarinvestor.com/club/ Pancham Gupta Email - p@thegoldcollarinvestor.com Books: Rich Dad Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not! by Robert T. Kiyosaki - https://www.amazon.com/Rich-Dad-Poor-Teach-Middle/dp/1612680194
"Tony Robbins says that success in anything is 80% psychology and 20% mechanics. I truly believe that. It's all about the mindset. Lou Holtz once said that “When you stop growing you start dying.” So, growing never stops and you are always conditioning your mind to become better. Keeping this in mind, I decided to do short 5-10 minutes episodes to discuss the productivity tips, inspiring quotes and success tips with you. Some of these things have had an impact on me personally and wish the same for you too. Today's tip is on: The Law of Compensation
In today’s show, Pancham interviews Kris Benson - chief investment officer for Reliant Investments which is a subsidiary of Reliant Real Estate Management and one of the top 25 commercial self-storage operators in the U.S. in 2019. Kris Benson saw the value in self-storage investing when he is looking for asset classes to invest in. He became part of the investment committee at Reliant, and in just 5 years, it has completed over $650,000,000 in self-storage acquisitions and dispositions! In today’s episode, Kris shares everything you need to know about self-storage investing - its history, how it works, the market trends, locational strategy, and more! You’ll also see why self-storage is the most valuable asset class so don’t miss this episode!   Quote: “It’s been a fun adventure kinda getting to this point. Storage is a really dynamic market right now.” Timestamped Shownotes: 1:23 - Pancham introduces Kris to the show 2:33 - How he got into the self-storage industry 8:10 - How self-storage works (and how its industry has evolved) 11:26 - The type of clients in the self-storage industry 13:38 - How location affects his investing decisions 16:44 - His analysis on the market trends amidst the pandemic 19:37 - The details of his first ground-up development 22:56 - How working out helps with his outlook and his success 25:46 - Taking the Leap Round 25:46 - His first investment outside of Wall Street 28:03 - Fears he overcame from his first investment 29:01 - How his investment in a healthcare company didn’t work out 30:51 - Figuring out the type of investor you want to be 34:14 - Kris’s contact information 3 Key Points: Self-storage is a recession-resilient investment that was able to adjust quickly to unfortunate events. Self-storage is about the convenience of clients that hate to get rid of their stuff. Finding the perfect location for self-storage is crucial in the industry. Get in Touch: Reliant Investments Website - https://www.reliantinvestments.com/ Kris Benson LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/kris-benson/ The Gold Collar Investor Club  - https://thegoldcollarinvestor.com/club/ Pancham Gupta Email - p@thegoldcollarinvestor.com Books: The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich by Timothy Ferriss - https://www.amazon.com/4-Hour-Workweek-Anywhere-Expanded-Updated/dp/B0031KN6T8/ref=tmm_aud_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= Tribe of Mentors: Short Life Advice from the Best in the World by Timothy Ferriss - https://www.amazon.com/Tribe-Mentors-Short-Advice-World-ebook/dp/B071KJ7PTB/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=
"Tony Robbins says that success in anything is 80% psychology and 20% mechanics. I truly believe that. It's all about the mindset. Lou Holtz once said that “When you stop growing you start dying.” So, growing never stops and you are always conditioning your mind to become better. Keeping this in mind, I decided to do short 5-10 minutes episodes to discuss the productivity tips, inspiring quotes and success tips with you. Some of these things have had an impact on me personally and wish the same for you too. Today's tip is on: Happy New Year and Law of Value
In today’s show, Pancham interviews Paul Birkett - founder and CEO of Automation Finance. Paul has been working at PepsiCo for 18 years when he realized that living a corporate life isn’t what he wanted. He jumped into the entrepreneurial life with both feet and has started running an investment platform by buying distressed mortgages. With his vision to help families to not lose their homes, he works with borrowers to avoid foreclosure and to help them get back on track. For 6 years, He has saved more than 2,000 families from foreclosure! In today’s episode, Listen as Paul shares how he discovered his niche for mortgages and how he has revolved his business around it. He’ll also share his mindset on how he managed to make the first step into living the entrepreneurial life! Learn different values and insights from his stories so don’t miss this episode!   Quote: “We’re regular guys. There’s nothing special about us. We just built a lot of systems and a lot of expertise over the 7 years but now we can make that available to everybody.” Timestamped Shownotes: 2:45 – Pancham introduces Paul to the show 4:06 - What mortgages have that made him start Automation Finance 8:54 - Breaking free from his “golden handcuffs” (and why it took him 20 years) 16:15 - How Automation Finance works 20:09 - What makes Automation Finance stand out 22:53 - His thoughts on the impending mortgage crisis 26:36 - How clearing his emails helped with his success 29:32 - Taking the Leap Round 29:32 - His first investment outside of Wall Street 30:13 - His realizations when he bought his first investment 30:58 - What he learned from buying 1,000 loans at once 32:39 - Why you should invest outside of Wall Street 33:38 - How to get a copy of the Real Estate Mortgage Market Report 3 Key Points: It’s never too late to take your first step into the life that you wanted. Focusing your business on achieving sustainability and not just on gaining profit. The simple things that you do with your daily routine are those that are really helpful with your success. Get in Touch: Get your report on the Real Estate Mortgage Market at pepsipaul@thegoldcollarinvestor.com Automation Finance LinkedIn Videos - https://www.linkedin.com/company/automationfinance/posts/?feedView=videos Automation Finance Website - https://www.automationfinance.com/ The Gold Collar Investor Club  - https://thegoldcollarinvestor.com/club/ Pancham Gupta Email - p@thegoldcollarinvestor.com
TGCI 85: Thank You!

TGCI 85: Thank You!

2020-12-2502:43

"Tony Robbins says that success in anything is 80% psychology and 20% mechanics. I truly believe that. It's all about the mindset. Lou Holtz once said that “When you stop growing you start dying.” So, growing never stops and you are always conditioning your mind to become better. Keeping this in mind, I decided to do short 5-10 minutes episodes to discuss the productivity tips, inspiring quotes and success tips with you. Some of these things have had an impact on me personally and wish the same for you too. Today's tip is on: Thank You!
In today’s show, Pancham interviews Adam A Adams - multifamily investor, founder of BlueSpruce Holdings, and host of the Apartment Investing Show. After taking a leap in real estate investing, Adam didn’t take long before it became his full-time passion. With what he learned from his different ventures, he has been helping people launch podcasts, manage apartments, and has been increasing his company’s brand to grow as one of the top syndication teams. A three-time Hall of Fame winner from RE Mentor, top MeetUp organizers in the world, and the “Master Investor” by Think Realty magazine - you’ll see why he is the perfect investor to hear tips and advice from! In this episode, you’ll see why he was awarded as the Master Investor. He discusses how his career started from the game “Cashflow” and a gift from his stepdad. He also shares his experience from vetting out sponsors that will surely help with your investment decisions! Want to know vetting out techniques that will certainly help you find the right sponsors? Listen until the end of the episode!   Quote: “We’ve really started to figure out that there are 3 major things that you gotta be looking at (when vetting out sponsors) and some people miss them.” Timestamped Shownotes: 3:34 – Pancham introduces Adam to the show 5:05 - How the game “Cashflow” and his stepfather’s gift made him invest in real estate 12:54 - Emotions he had when he received “Master Investor” 17:51 - How he started with vetting out sponsors 24:04 - 3 things to look at when vetting out the management team 35:48 - How gratitude, workouts, and intermittent fasting attributed to his success 40:15 - Taking the Leap Round 40:15 - His first investment outside Wall Street 40:26 - Questions he had with his first investment 41:50 - His investment that didn't work out 45:50 - Why you should get your free report to learn to vet out sponsors 3 Key Points: Always pour your heart out into your work and all the hard work will always be awarded. Real estate investments are the route to have high cashflow when it comes to investing. The management team is the most critical aspect when vetting out sponsors so always trust your gut first before anything else. Get in Touch: Get your FREE Report on how to vet out sponsors at vetting@thegoldcollarinvestor.com Adam A Adam Website - https://realbluespruce.com/ Cashflow Classic Game - https://www.richdad.com/products/cashflow-classic The Gold Collar Investor Banking - https://thegoldcollarinvestor.com/banking/ The Gold Collar Investor Club  - https://thegoldcollarinvestor.com/club/ Pancham Gupta Email - p@thegoldcollarinvestor.com
"Tony Robbins says that success in anything is 80% psychology and 20% mechanics. I truly believe that. It's all about the mindset. Lou Holtz once said that “When you stop growing you start dying.” So, growing never stops and you are always conditioning your mind to become better. Keeping this in mind, I decided to do short 5-10 minutes episodes to discuss the productivity tips, inspiring quotes and success tips with you. Some of these things have had an impact on me personally and wish the same for you too. Today's tip is on: 4 Zones of Productivity
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