Millennials often get a bad reputation. People think they're lazy, entitled, lack work ethic, among other stereotypes. Some of these stereotypes may have some truth to them, but many times people overlook what millennials do well. There are some things millennials do right, and they may do even better than generations before them. It's important that we give credit where credit is due. Jonathan Farber is a successful entrepreneur and became financially independent and free by age 27. Jonathan is a great example of a successful millennial, and he helps clarify his perspective of millennials and other generations. Jonathan hosts the "Millennial Millionaire Through Real Estate Podcast." Jonathan shares about his millennial work perspectives and how anyone of any generation has the chance to fail or grow and become successful.
2 FREE ASSESSMENTS: https://www.coryleeleadership.com/snodgrass Many Entrepreneurs are able to grow their business and be the face of the company, but a lot of entrepreneurs have a hard time letting go of responsibilities to truly grow their business and their workers to maximum potential. Business Owner and Coach, Cory Lee, struggled with this as he grew multi-million dollar businesses. He was very successful, but Cory found that he didn't have enough time for his kids, and his businesses would fall apart without him. Cory learned the power of empowering the workers in his organizations. He invested in and developed the leaders around him. This resulted in Cory being able to scale back himself and have more free time, while his businesses grew in profit and expanded. Not only did he grow his organizations, but he helped his workers develop their gifts and skills and fulfill their dreams as they became more empowered. Cory sold his businesses and now coaches and develops other leaders and entrepreneurs in teams and organizations. Cory is currently part of the John Maxwell Team. https://johnmaxwellteam.com/ Listen as Cory shares tips and lessons learned with Brett to truly help grow and develop leaders and organizations.
Many entrepreneurs and solopreneurs have created a job or small business for themselves, but once that entrepreneur or solopreneur steps away from their business even briefly, the business falls apart. How does an entrepreneur take the next step to grow a business safely, effectively and wisely that can be bigger than the person? Marck De Lautour attempted different business models to grow great businesses throughout his career. He suffered some hard misfortunes as well as incredible successes. Marck shares how you can experience smart growth and successfully grow your business to a much more profitable place, while also taking all of the weight off of your shoulders. Listen to Brett's latest episode with Marck.
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When Bobby Albert's father passed away, Bobby had to take over the family business as a 20 year old. Bobby discovered the business was upside down financially. The bankers wanted to collect and shut the business down. But Bobby found a way to make the business succeed and grow 500% in profit even during a bad recession. But the profit wasn't Bobby's focus. Profit and increased revenue was just a byproduct of Bobby's real focus, and that was learning how to be a good servant leader. When Bobby learned how to lead by serving, it changed everything. Workers wanted to work harder, business increased, everyone felt more fulfilled just by Bobby practicing good Biblical servant leadership.
Many times as entrepreneurs, we become ungrateful and unthankful. Even when we have success, we take it for granted and just focus on the stresses and hardships that we face. The reality is, there is never a perfect scenario. There will always be stresses and struggles that we face every day. Sometimes, we hope and pray for certain situations to come our way, and when we finally have them, we take them for granted when many others wish they had our opportunity. We will enjoy our lives much more if we can shift our perspective and focus on what we do have because once it is gone, we will miss it. Nothing is forever, so we should learn to enjoy what is set before us in each season. Even if certain situations are messy, there can be great blessing in those messes, and we should remember that. Jaren Barnes shares with Brett his processes that he's gone through in different seasons and what he has learned. Jaren gives great clarity and perspective that can help us appreciate the blessings in his life.
Jason Medley came from humble beginnings. His mom was working multiple jobs to care for Jason and his sister. Jason eventually became a successful businessman who lost everything, including his wife. Going from nothing, to a lot, to nothing again, Jason learned some very valuable lessons. Jason shares what a truly rich life looks like, and lots of money doesn't even have to be a part of it. Listen to Jason share what a rich life really looks like. Jason is now the Founder and CEO of the greatest real estate mastermind group, The Collective Genius. Jason shares business expertise to help others grow in their business, but he is more focused on entrepreneurs finding true riches in life, and learning how to give and help others.
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Many believers struggle to understand the importance of business. Some wonder if they should be in the marketplace, or if they'd be better off in full-time ministry. At the very least, many Christians think that organized ecclesiastical ministry is more important or holy than work in the marketplace. Erik Cooper has been a pastor as well as a CEO of a large company. Erik sheds light on ministry in the marketplace and what God says about work and business. He shares his experiences with Brett of how we can make the most impact as believers and what God really is calling us to do. Listen to Erik help us make sense of what the Bible really says about work, the marketplace and missions.
Mk ElKhamissy played soccer in college but didn't go pro. He had a college degree but couldn't get a job. He realized he was just an average guy, but he was able to find a way to achieve big goals in his life. Listen to MK share about the challenges he went through that reshaped his views in life.
Todd Palmer has been a CEO of a multi-million dollar company. Todd had many continual felt hardships and almost went bankrupt. Many of Todd's struggles which led to dire circumstances were due to imposter syndrome. Todd is now a sought-after business coach who has helped many businesses grow to multi-million dollar companies because he is able to identify and help leaders overcome imposter syndrome. Todd shares with Brett what imposter syndrome is and how you can combat it to have a much more enjoyable and successful life.
Ralf Etienne went from the youngest and most successful entrepreneur in Haiti to hanging upside down in a collapsed building during Haiti's 2010 earthquake. Ralf should have died like those next to him, but he shares how God spared his life. This made Ralf realize the worthlessness of his riches, position, and success. Ralf lost a leg and went through tremendous pain, but said it was all worth it to find his purpose in life. Now he helps as many other people as he can who are suffering or in need of a better life and future. Ralf started a non-profit, Rebuilding Haiti, to help his fellow Haitians struck by the hardships and natural disasters of his home country. Ralf leads hundreds of people to a better way of life helping to empower them to rise up in their full potential. Ralf also is an entrepreneur at one of the top business schools in the US. Ralf is developing different strategies and investment funds as he wants to help lead the way to help hurting people in Haiti and around the world. Ralf understands that handouts are needed at times, but to really help someone as a good leader, you must empower those following you to become their own leaders. Ralf now understands what true purpose and success are, and shares these deep answers with Brett.
Gary had a nice 6 figure corporate position. He and his wife were well off as Gary helped lead a large company. But when Gary contracted Lyme disease, it made him leave his job. He and his family had to downsize. His health and wealth were stripped away. He couldn't even afford to buy his wife coffee from Dunkin' Donuts at times. Gary was given 6 months to live by the doctors. Gary's life had hit rock bottom. Through all of his pain he just wanted to die. But now, Gary and his wife Susan are multiple business owners. They're in good health and better off financially than ever. Listen to Gary and Susan share with Brett how they rebuilt their lives after hitting rock bottom. They share steps on their journey that helped them overcome to build a better life for them and their family.
Business Success Dave Payerchin instructs young entrepreneurs how to be successful. Dave was a C-average student in high school. He didn't go to college. Dave became an entrepreneur at a young age. He had many failures that he learned from that helped lead him to great success today in running multiple businesses. Dave wants to help other young entrepreneurs avoid similar pitfalls, so they can step into their purpose in business with great success.
Brian Snider is CEO of successful real estate business Simple Wholesaling. Brian has had a lot of experience in building, managing, and running teams in his business. Brian shares about the importance of building a good culture with your team and why trust is so important to have for team members. He shares with Brett good and bad practices that he's learned from over the years. Brian also pulls from his extensive background as a middle-school teacher for 14 years. He's pulled from those valued experiences to also bring into the business setting with success. ============================ BRIAN'S REAL ESTATE BUSINESS "SIMPLE WHOLESALING" https://simplewholesaling.com/ FACEBOOK "WHOLESALING MADE SIMPLE" https://www.facebook.com/groups/368180297433627 THE INDY INVESTOR POD https://indyinvestor.libsyn.com/website YOUTUBE CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCREtuZyOXFhA9jKHMmiVn8Q
Joni and Shawn came from very different backgrounds, but each had their own struggles. Now Shawn and Joni are business owners and CEOs of multiple companies including Real Property Management Preferred Texas Turnkey Properties. Joni is an accomplished business entrepreneur and well sought after public speaker on women empowerment and personal growth. As one of the top 100 women of influence in housing, she has dedicated her life to achieving success at all levels and sharing with other women how they, too, can succeed as wife, mom, and entrepreneur in the 21st century. Listen to Shawn and Joni share with Brett how they broke cycles and overcame struggles to be the successful entrepreneurs they are today. And how they have chosen to Live Their Purpose with their business, family, and helping others.
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Jay Conner has built a successful career in real estate. But Jay has experienced many hardships as well. Jay shares how a changed mindset has helped him and others to continue forward despite the difficulties. Jay shares about how we can change our mindset in spite of circumstances that we can't control. Listen to Jay share formulas for transformation that you can practice today.
Jay Conner has raised millions of dollars from private lenders. As a successful real estate entrepreneur, Jay shares the main tactics for finding private lenders. Jay makes an average of $64,000 in each of his real estate transactions. He also shares why private lenders are better than banks and other traditional sources of funding.
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Ronnie Reese has had various roles from group homes, to call centers, to real estate entrepreneur. As a father of 6, Ronnie has learned throughout his life the importance of humility and service. Even in positions of authority, Ronnie shares how he humbly serves others in difficult situations to greatly impact people's lives. Listen to Ronnie share about his journey, experience, and what he has learned along the way.
Are you an entrepreneur who has failed in business? Toby Imah shares about his business failures, bankruptcy, and what he did to get through the hardships. Toby now runs a new successful business. His wisdom can help entrepreneurs overcome business failures and press forward to future success.
Pablo left a successful career at the UN and risked it all. He gave it all up to pursue his life's purpose and passion and started a non-profit organization to help starving orphans in Guatemala. Pablo is the President of Transforming Futures. He shares with Brett about his ministry, and the entrepreneurial skills it has taken to develop and scale his organization to effectively help those in need. Pablo talks about struggles and time it took to make hard decisions that would change his life. He talks about conflicts with family and seeking wise counsel to help in these crucial times. He also shares about the reward that comes after the risk and why it's important for everyone to walk in the purpose they were called for. Now, hundreds of lives are being changed and saved in some of the poorest parts of Guatemala. Pablo is grateful for making the change and his new life path. He encourages us to consider how we can transform our future, as well as others futures and live we can alter for the better.
Advertising Agency Owner and Branding Professional, Brandon McCurdy, talks about his role as a Purpose Maker, and how we can make purposeful decisions. Brandon is the owner of Brand Design, an advertising agency, as well as a father, husband, and pastor. He is a story brand certified guide, as well as a Facebook blueprint certified planner. Brandon walks others through what branding really is, and how you have to be intentional and purposeful in your business and life to have the outcomes that you desire. Brandon shares how he has helped others with their decision making skills and how to deal with making hard choices. He shares how to restructure your goals and steps before having to decide on big issues. Brandon discusses identifying motives, influence versus impact, authenticity, and much more in this informative and contemplative discussion with Brett. He also shares how helping others helps you to become a purpose maker. BRAND DESIGN: https://www.branddesignco.com/ BRAND DESIGN FB: https://www.facebook.com/brandmccurdy BRANDON'S CHURCH: https://mokenabaptist.com/
Chris Galanos shares about innovative and effective changes he's made as a pastor to entrepreneur. He also shares with Brett the changes in his church. Chris is the pastor of a megachurch who has cut staff payroll, including his own, so that leaders don't take money from the church. Instead Chris started his own real estate business to support himself, juts like Paul supported himself as a tentmaker. Chris speaks on leading by example, and he has a ministry that trains other pastors how to do the same thing. Chris also speaks to Brett on the large shift from megachurch to home churches, and how they will reach millions of people much more effectively this way. Chris talks about churches doing this same model in India, China, Africa, and other places and how it can be just as effective here. Chris shares on adding many more Christians to the church by multiplication instead of addition. He also shares how this is much more cost effective, and how it produces better and deeper fruit in people's lives. -- Chris's Church EXPERIENCE LIFE: https://www.experiencelifenow.com/ CHRIS'S BOOK: https://www.experiencelifenow.com/store/p/from-megachurch-to-multiplication PASTOR SELF-INCOME: https://www.tentmakingpastors.com/ -- Many entrepreneurs want to start their own business to gain freedom. Yet most business owners complain that they don't have enough time or money, and therefore, they have no freedom. Here, we want to introduce you to Brett Snodgrass's journey to freedom. And hopefully, you'll be able to find help from our channel, of how to become a truly successful entrepreneur. Our desire is to help you entrepreneurs who are passionate risk-takers to Live Your Purpose. Brett is an Indiana Real Estate broker who has owned and run one of the Midwest's most successful real-estate businesses for over 16 years. He specializes in wholesaling, wholetailing, creative financing, and scaling a business from an individual to a full team doing hundreds of deals a year. Brett works with investors all over the country who want to invest in one of the top rated cash-flowing markets in the nation, Indianapolis, Indiana. If you are interested in connecting with Brett's Real Estate business, you can check out the Simple Wholesaling website. SIMPLE WHOLESALING: https://simplewholesaling.com/ Brett is part of the real-estate mastermind group The Collective Genius (CG). COLLECTIVE GENIUS: http://www.TheCollectiveGenius.com CG BRETT'S BUSINESS STATS: https://youtu.be/YwdlztgJb0Q HOW CG HAS HELPED BRETT'S BUSINESS: https://youtu.be/31A2wZi2rjY Brett has been a speaker for this high-volume real-estate investment group on multiple occasions. Brett has also recently helped lead their go-giving arm called "Generous Genius" that supports several charities. Brett helped Generous Genius raise $265,000 for 7 charities in 2020. He introduced them to supporting a new charity in 2020 that he has personally been involved with called "Transforming futures." TRANSFORMING FUTURES: https://transformingfutures.org/ Brett is also a part of the mastermind group Multipliers. MULTIPLIERS: https://multipliersbrotherhood.com/ Brett has been featured on several podcast interviews and is a premier guest on two BiggerPockets podcasts including Biggerpockets podcast episode 231: A Simple Strategy of doing 25 Deals per Month & the Best Deal Ever Show Episode 10: Substitute Teacher Makes 80K on First Land Deal. He has also been a guest on dozens of other podcasts including Wholesaling Inc. and FlipNerd. BIGGER POCKETS PODCAST #231: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/biggerpockets-podcast-231simple-strategy-25-deals-month-brett-snodgrass BIGGER POCKETS BEST DEAL EVER SHOW #10: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/deal-show-10-substitute-teacher-80k-land-deal Brett has written for publications like Think Reality - A Real Estate of Mind. THINK REALITY: https://thinkrealty.com/find-your-math-problem-to-generate-leads-and-success/
Brett Snodgrass talks with entrepreneur, Brian Williams, about his high profile career in Silicon Valley to starting his own business 'Perspectivity'. Brett and Brian focus this conversation on STRESS that ultimately ends up harming entrepreneurs if they don't learn how to deal with it appropriately. Brian shares personal struggles he has gone through, and what he's done to try to overcome them, and how to manage priorities.
Brett Snodgrass interviews Josh Howard about how Josh lives out his passion and purpose with his family in India. Josh helps shelter and school orphans, build medical facilities, grow churches, among many other ministries. All the while, Josh is supporting himself while doing his own US real estate business from India. Josh and his wife work with CICM to raise up the people of India into their callings to live out their purpose. You can see more of what CICM does here: https://www.indiamission.org/ You can see more of Josh's inspirational teachings here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-vfxAmmfBRU6_qPFTnlGjA
In this final series episode, Brett discusses the history and evolution of his podcast. He also talks about his new podcast "The Brett Snodgrass Podcast" and YouTube channel "The Brett Snodgrass Channel" launching Jan 04 of 2021.
If there’s anyone who knows how to architect a deal like the back of their hand, it’s Eddie Speed. For almost 4 decades now, Eddie has purchased more than 40,000 notes. The NoteSchool executive team has also bought 3.5 billion dollars in notes.
Since the 80s, Eddie has dedicated his professional life to seller financing and non-performing note industry. He has also introduced innovative strategies and ideas that have impacted how the industry operates to this day.
If you want to learn from one of the leaders and innovators in the note business, this episode is for you!
Ali Boone is a former aerospace engineer turned lifestyle entrepreneur and real estate investor. She started her real estate investing journey by investing in five properties in just 18 months. After leaving her corporate job, Ali pursued financial freedom through her company Hipster Investments.
In its first 5 years, Hipster Investments was able to facilitate over $18 million in real estate transactions. Thanks to her straightforward and practical real estate advice, Ali has been featured in the Business Insider, US News, Fox Business, Motley Fool, and the BiggerPockets Blog.
If you’d like to learn about risk tolerance and protecting your mindset from one of the brilliant women in real estate, this episode is for you!