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  • How to earn PASSIVE INCOME without hassle.

    How to earn PASSIVE INCOME without hassle.

    A syndication deal in real estate is a structure where multiple investors pool their money together to purchase and manage a property or portfolio of properties. The investors are known as limited partners, and they provide capital in exchange for a share of the income and potential appreciation of the property. The general partner, who […]

  • Book Summary: Atomic Habits, the greatest book ever written on “habits”.

    Book Summary: Atomic Habits, the greatest book ever written on “habits”.

    Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones is a book written by author James Clear. The book provides a comprehensive guide on how to build good habits and break bad ones. Clear argues that small changes can lead to big results, and that the key to success […]

  • 3 mistakes investors make when calculating Net Operating Income (NOI)

    3 mistakes investors make when calculating Net Operating Income (NOI)

    There are several numbers and metrics you should look at when you are investing in a business, but this metric is one of the most important ones for real estate. And yes when you build a portfolio of income producing real estate, it is a business. In real estate, NOI is used exclusively to determine […]

  • Deal Deep Dive on one of my rental properties

    Deal Deep Dive on one of my rental properties

    One of the things I find most valuable from a content perspective is for someone to actually show me the money. Give me the details and results. Very few content creators do this very well. Maybe because it is boring or they really don’t want to show you the “real stuff”. As an educator, I […]

  • The Comfort Crisis, Embrace Discomfort to Reclaim your Wild, Happy, Healthy Self,

    The Comfort Crisis, Embrace Discomfort to Reclaim your Wild, Happy, Healthy Self,

    I read a lot of books each year. On average around 40 or so for the last decade. To some people that isn’t a lot, but to 99% of the rest of the world, it is a massive amount. Out of those 40 books each year, I would guess about two-three will actually be compiling […]

  • Why your decision making is keeping you stuck

    Why your decision making is keeping you stuck

    Several years ago, I read the best book I have ever read on human decision making and the two type of decisions we make. One of the decision making types really doesn’t do much for you other than it helps you get through your day. The other type of decision is one that actually moves […]

  • Bring the pain and the results will follow.

    Bring the pain and the results will follow.

    At the first signs of pain, most people usually quit.  It could be the pain associated with exercising.  The pain of having to cook dinner instead of going out to eat to save money. Or, it could be the pain of finally tackling that project that you have been putting off. Our ability to endure […]

  • The two best measurements on determining what you think is important

    The two best measurements on determining what you think is important

    Years ago when I was single I would eat out a lot, even more so than I do as a married man now, I think. Ha Ha.  I can remember one year I was looking at my bank account online. My bank had one of those software systems that put all of my spending into […]

  • I have had enough of “ENOUGH”

    I have had enough of “ENOUGH”

    Doing just enough is so normal in today’s society. We get just enough service at the local restaurant that we decide not to ask for a manager.  Our results are just good enough that we don’t look for a different solution.  Our pay is just enough that we don’t look for another job.  We have […]

  • The Rear View Mirror

    The Rear View Mirror

    For those of you who drive a vehicle know exactly what I am talking about.  When you are driving you frequently may look in your rear view mirror.  It is not something you do all of the time.  But it is something that most good drivers do quite frequently.  If you are like me, it […]