Investing in real estate and business is SO HARD, right? Actually, its really NOT!
Join Luke, a Montana based business owner and investor, each week as he talks about investing in business and real estate from personal experience and the experience of others.
Interview with JD Monroe
Today I am pleased to share an interview I did with JD Monroe. JD is a very active real estate investor with projects going in multiple states. JD shares with us his journey into real estate investing and how he navigates his military career, family, and investing.
Dustin Lloyd Interview
Dustin honored me with being on the show! He has a truck load of experience in starting, scaling, and fixing businesses. Every time I talk with him I learn something new. I am super excited for you all to hear Dustin and the great nuggets he drops in regard to being a business owner, teams, family, creativity in business, and more!
P.S. go check his BusterBurg Youtube channel out!!!
Melissa Haworth Interview
Melissa is a good friend of mine who has been CRUSHING it in her real estate investing business, not just in 1 or 2 markets, but 3!! I am so excited to share this interview with all of you! She has TONS of business and life experience which made for some great multi-generational insight into "why" she and other successful business owners do what they do.
Here is a quick little bonus episode talking about the transition to more interview style in the show. Starting with Ep. 20, most of the shows going forward will be interviews with other investors and business owners. This change came out of having clarity in knowing myself better.
I can not tell you how many people came up to me this weekend telling me that I have impacted their life. How did I do it? By telling them I love them. No, not out loud. Through my eyes and my smile. Even though this was the first time many had met me, I had impacted through life through video. They knew I cared about them. You can have that same impact on people!
Input, Process, Output
Whether its time or money, we want more of both, right? I am in working on bettering my systems. I am doing that by evaluating my input into my processes, seeing what the output is, then digesting the feedback in order to make my processes more efficient. The goal here is to decrease my input while increasing the output (aka more time, and more money)