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Are you looking for financial freedom or more choices in life? You're in the right place. Each week Michael Yardney shares smart property investment strategies as well as the success and personal finance secrets of the rich, in 20 minutes or less.
While Michael is best known as a property expert, he is also Australia's leading experts in the psychology of success and wealth creation and a #1 best selling author of 8 books. He frequently challenges traditional finance advice with innovative ideas on real estate investing, personal finance and wealth creation.
His wisdom stems from his personal experience and from mentoring over 2,000 business people, investors and entrepreneurs over the last decade.
Michael's message will be priceless regardless of the size of your investment portfolio - whether you're just starting out or an experienced investor wanting to move to the next level, he will provide you a roadmap for real estate investing and financial success.
http://MichaelYardneyPodcast.com

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Are you looking for financial freedom or more choices in life? You're in the right place. Each week Michael Yardney shares smart property investment strategies as well as the success and personal finance secrets of the rich, in 20 minutes or less.
While Michael is best known as a property expert, he is also Australia's leading experts in the psychology of success and wealth creation and a #1 best selling author of 8 books. He frequently challenges traditional finance advice with innovative ideas on real estate investing, personal finance and wealth creation.
His wisdom stems from his personal experience and from mentoring over 2,000 business people, investors and entrepreneurs over the last decade.
Michael's message will be priceless regardless of the size of your investment portfolio - whether you're just starting out or an experienced investor wanting to move to the next level, he will provide you a roadmap for real estate investing and financial success.
http://MichaelYardneyPodcast.com

    Where did my new year’s resolution go? 9 Strategies to Rescue Them | Build a Business, Not a Job Podcast

    Where did my new year’s resolution go? 9 Strategies to Rescue Them | Build a Business, Not a Job Podcast

    The custom of making New Year’s resolutions has been around for thousands of years, but it hasn’t always looked the way it does today. 
    The ancient Babylonians held their new year’s celebrations in mid-March when the crops were planted. They made promises to pay their debts or return items they borrowed. 
    These promises were the forerunners of our new year’s resolutions. 
    Today, we’re going to take about how to restore some of your New Year’s resolutions that may have fallen by the wayside. 
    Where did my New Year’s resolution go? 
    I bet you made some New’ Year’s resolutions.
    Most of us did because resolve comes easily on December 31st.
    But give it a few weeks and many of the resolutions you made might already be in disarray, compromised, abandoned.  
    And the resolute determination to make this year the year that you stick to your resolutions has probably forgotten altogether.
    I’m not writing this to make you feel guilty over this abandonment.  
    Instead, it is about the real reasons resolutions and the determination to achieve them are lost, year after year, and how to change things so that this year you’ll get on track to systematically set and achieve new goals.
    So here are 9 strategies to rescue them
    You can’t achieve new goals or make desired changes without allocating time to do so. One of the big reasons that resolutions never become reality is that no room is made for them in your daily schedule.
    There are obviously some things you’re going to need to keep doing, some new things you’ll need to do and a bunch of things you’ll have to stop doing to make room for the new more productive activities.
    Priorities should govern schedule, schedule shouldn’t govern priorities. Another mistake made by the vast majority of business owners and entrepreneurs is they operate like workers instead of bosses and leaders.  
    To have a better year this year you’ll have to wrest control away from others’ priorities and be governed by your own priorities.  
    Resolutions aren’t resolutions without resolve. Only you can decide what really matters to you.  
    So don’t bother making resolutions to appease or satisfy others.  
    Be honest with yourself – that’s a prerequisite for success.
    Resolutions require resources. Almost anything you decide to do, any change you decide to make, any goal you set out to achieve requires new or different resources.  
    You aren’t really serious about a resolution unless you invest in and gather the required resources.  
    Sometimes investment motivates follow-through, too since you’ve expended time effort and money in it.
    Daily progress. Take your goals, your objectives and break them down to a timeline and to-do list for each day, from now to fruition.  
    Here is the discipline that is guaranteed certain to move you closer to any goal each and every day: refuse to end any day without doing something, no matter how small, that moves you toward the goal!  
    Who motivates the motivator? As a businessperson, as an entrepreneur, as the leader you may be doing a lot of motivating of others, but who motivates you?  
    Any professional sports coach will tell you: measurement automatically improves performance, and measurement monitored by someone else further improves performance.
    Build up to change. Say you resolve to get up an hour earlier every morning to work on some project.  You could start with 15 minutes for two weeks, then 20 minutes for two weeks, then 30 for a month, then 45 for two weeks.
    It’s not too late to regroup! You may already have let your resolutions slip away.  
    It doesn’t matter.  Today, tonight, tomorrow morning at the latest, block out a couple of hours, bolt the door, unplug the phone, and re-group.
    Review the resolutions.  Pick one or two that mean that most, and apply the seven

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    Don’t get hoodwinked by property spruikers with John Lindeman

    Don’t get hoodwinked by property spruikers with John Lindeman

    It’s already turning out to be an interesting year for property in 2020. 
    Some commentators are suggesting double-digit capital growth in some of our capital cities, others are suggesting more subdued growth. 
    The question is, who are you going to listen to? Whose advice are you going to take? 
    Because if history repeats itself, and it surely will, many property investors are going to get it wrong this year and in this new decade. 
    In today’s show, I chat with property researcher John Lindeman to give you some warnings about a new breed of property spruikers who are out there to get you and take advantage of you. 
    By the end of the show, you’ll have a better understanding of whose advice to take and what traps to watch out for. 
    Don’t get hoodwinked by property spruikers
    Whenever the market starts to move, the spruikers come out to promote their wares. 
    And they may twist facts and research to do so. 
    Research can be twisted to give any result you want. There are a number of statistics that can be used to paint a misleading picture. 
    For example, a spruiker might preset statistics showing that values in a particular neighbourhood have grown over the past 12 months. 
    However, if you looked at the statistics for the past five years, you would realize that while values in that neighbourhood may currently be on the rise, they’re still below the level they were at five years ago. In other words, the deal is not as good as the last 12 months of statistics alone make it appear to be. 
    You also need to be wary of high-pressure sales tactics. 
    Look out for free events that come with lots of perks. It may sound good at the time, but these events are often an excuse to give you a hard sell. 
    Who should you be asking for property advice? 
    Probably not family and friends, unless they happen to be property experts as well. Realtors are there to represent the seller, not you. 
    And you certainly don’t want to be taken in by spruikers. 
    But you need reliable advice from somewhere. 
    Independent investment advice, such as the kind offered by the Property Strategists at Metropole, is your best bet. These advisors aren’t selling property, so they’re not invested in urging you to buy property that might not pay off for you in the long run. Instead, they’re invested in giving you the unbiased property advice that you need to succeed. 
    Links and Resources: 
    Michael Yardney
    Metropole Property Strategists
    Metropole’s Strategic Property Plan – to help both beginning and experienced investors
    Join Michael and a group of property experts at their annual Property and Economic Market Updates in Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane
    John Lindeman, Lindeman Reports
    Show notes plus more: Don’t get hoodwinked by property spruikers with John Lindeman
    Some of our favourite quotes from the show: 
    “Others ask family and friends, and unless they’re property experts, have a fun chat with them but don’t take their advice.” – Michael Yardney
    “Be careful about people who talk a little about investing but who have never done it themselves.” –Michael Yardney
    “Without action, dreams are really just a belief.” – Michael Yardney
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    Confessions of a real estate entrepreneur – Summer Series

    Confessions of a real estate entrepreneur – Summer Series

    If you want to become more successful in life, business, and investing, you’re going to get a lot out of today’s show.
    Even if you’re not an entrepreneur in the sense that you would normally use that word, if you want to be more successful than the average property investor you will need to be entrepreneurial.
    In this episode, you’ll hear me being interviewed by Brett Warren and I’ll be answering questions that have been left on the website by my blog readers and my podcast listeners, as well as a few questions that Brett himself came up with.
    Highlights from the Interview with Brett Warren
    Why I got involved in property investment My first investment property What I enjoys about property The four ways to get money out of property How I suggest you choose a location to buy property When the best time is for someone to start investing in property What type of property I’m investing in and why The essential qualities of a successful property investor Why I’m still working and 0what drives me The most important lesson I have learned about property investment When I learned about the importance of mindset motivation How to make a mindset change Why successful people fail more often than unsuccessful people How Metropole can help potential property investors Why a buyer’s agent is important, even in this economy Links and Resources:
    Michael Yardney
    Metropole Property Strategists
    Rich Habits Poor Habits
    Michael Yardney’s Mentorship Program
    Brett Warren – director Metropole Property Strategists Brisbane
    Show notes plus more here: Confessions of a real estate entrepreneur – Summer Series
    Some of our favourite quotes from the show:
    “Performance isn’t possible in an empty theater. So what a privilege it is that I have a large and ever-growing number of people with sustained and enduring interest in what I have to do, what I say, and what I teach.” –Michael Yardney
    “My first property that I bought for $18,000 I still have now …is worth well over 2 million dollars.” – Michael Yardney
    “In my mind, you’ve got to invest for capital growth until you’ve built enough of an asset base. If you want cash flow, don’t buy real estate.” –Michael Yardney
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    The 3 big lessons I learned from successful investors at Wealth Retreat with Pete Wargent

    The 3 big lessons I learned from successful investors at Wealth Retreat with Pete Wargent

    While you’re listening to this podcast, my wife and I are away on a cruise. We’re able to do that again this year because we’ve built a substantial property portfolio that gives us the lifestyle we enjoy. 
    I’m not showing off. What I’m suggesting is you should also build a substantial asset base to give you choices in life. 
    How are you going to do that? How are you going to be different from all those investors who don’t get past their first or second property? 
    The answer is to learn from those who have already succeeded – who’ve achieved what you want to achieve. 
    That’s what Pete Wargent and I are going to talk about in today’s show. Pete will tell us what he learned from successful investors at last year’s wealth retreat. 
    I’ll also share something special in today’s mindset moment. 
    Wealth Retreat 
    Pete Wargent is one of the regular presenters at Wealth Retreat. But he attends to learn as well as present. Today he’s going to share some of the tips he learned at last year’s Wealth Retreat. 
    There’s not one property market There are multiple property markets around Australia all at different stages of their own cycle.
    In a boom, everything sells. But when a downturn comes, you can see how much better well-appointed properties hold their value. 
    That’s why you need a tried and tested formula and an investment strategy that always works, not one that only works right now. 
    If you want to grow your business, you need a business coach You never know which nuggets of advice are going to make all the difference. 
    Even if you’re already successful in your own right, you can still use advice from other successful people. It helps to have someone to hold you accountable. 
    The power of networking The most successful people always have the most powerful networks, so anything that you can do to build a network of successful, like-minded, and powerful people can only help. But there’s only so much time in your life to make connections, so an event like the Wealth Retreat is a perfect opportunity to meet with the right sort of people. 
    Links and Resources: 
    Michael Yardney
    Metropole Property Strategists
    Pete Wargent 
    Join us at Wealth Retreat 2020 in June 2020 – read all about it here now and express your interest
    Show notes plus more: The 3 big lessons I learned from successful investors at Wealth Retreat with Pete Wargent
    Some of our favourite quotes from the show: 
    “It’s isolating, it’s hard on your own and you need a tribe around you. But you need the right people.” – Michael Yardney
    “Why not, while you are an employee, set up your own business on the side.” – Michael Yardney
    “Failure is never permanent. That sinking feeling that you’ve got, that will never last forever.” – Michael Yardney
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    24 Things everyone should know about investing and the economy – Summer Series

    24 Things everyone should know about investing and the economy – Summer Series

    These are times of financial and economic turmoil.
    With the current uncertainty and many changes on the horizon, it’s time to go back to the big picture.
    In today’s episode, I’ll be discussing 24 things all investors and entrepreneurs should understand about the way property investing and the economy work.
    A favourite columnist of mine, Morgan Housel, wrote a great column about 122 things everyone should know about investing and the economy.
    Today we’re going to talk about 24 of those big picture ideas that everyone should understand about investing and the economy.
    Saying “I’ll be greedy when others are fearful” is easier than actually doing it.  When most people say they want to be a millionaire, what they really mean is “I want to spend $1 million,” which is literally the opposite of being a millionaire.  Daniel Kahneman’s book Thinking Fast and Slow begins, “The premise of this book is that it is easier to recognise other people’s mistakes than your own.” This should be every market commentator’s motto. As Erik Falkenstein says: “In expert tennis, 80% of the points are won, while in amateur tennis, 80% are lost. The same is true for wrestling, chess, and investing: Beginners should focus on avoiding mistakes, experts on making great moves.”  There is a difference between, “He predicted the crash of 2008,” and “He predicted crashes, one of which happened to occur in 2008.” It’s important to know the difference when praising investors. Wealth is relative. As comedian Chris Rock said, “If Bill Gates woke up with Oprah’s money he’d jump out the window.” The Financial Times wrote, “In 2008 the three most admired personalities in sport were probably Tiger Woods, Lance Armstrong and Oscar Pistorius.”
The same falls from grace happen in investing. Choose your role models carefully. Investor Nick Murray once said, “Timing the market is a fool’s game, whereas time in the market is your greatest natural advantage.” Remember this the next time you’re compelled to cash out.  Jason Zweig writes, “The advice that sounds the best in the short run is always the most dangerous in the long run.” Billionaire investor Ray Dalio once said, “The more you think you know, the more closed-minded you’ll be.” Repeat this line to yourself the next time you’re certain of something.   John Reed once wrote, “When you first start to study a field, it seems like you have to memorise a zillion things. You don’t. What you need is to identify the core principles — generally three to twelve of them — that govern the field. The million things you thought you had to memorise are simply various combinations of the core principles.” Keep that in mind when getting frustrated over complicated financial formulas. James Grant says, “Successful investing is about having people agree with you … later.” Scott Adams writes, “A person with a flexible schedule and average resources will
be happier than a rich person who has everything except a flexible schedule. Step one in your search for happiness is to continually work toward having control of your schedule.” Investors want to believe in someone. Forecasters want to earn a living. One of those groups is going to be disappointed. I think you know which. As the saying goes, “Save a little bit of money each month, and at the end of the year you’ll be surprised at how little you still have.”  John Maynard Keynes once wrote, “It is safer to be a speculator than an investor in the sense that a speculator is one who runs risks of which he is aware and an investor is one who runs risks of which he is unaware.” Our memories of financial history seem to extend about a decade back. “Time heals all wounds,” the saying goes. It also erases many important lessons.  You are under no obligation to read or wa

    • 31分
    How to Research the Property Markets Like a Professional – Summer Series

    How to Research the Property Markets Like a Professional – Summer Series

    Have you ever wondered how property professionals do their research?
    If you’re interested in finding properties that will outperform the market, this episode is for you.
    The most research many property investors do is finding a property that they already like, then looking for information that confirms their biases. However, sophisticated investors take a more strategic approach.
    Today, Kate Forbes, National Director of Property Strategy at Metropole, gives us a detailed picture of how the professionals at Metropole do their research.
    Metropole’s top down approach
    This starts with examining the macro factors affecting our property markets and drills down to the micro level.
    Start by looking at the big picture – the macro-economic environment. Look for the right state in which to invest – one that will outperform the Australian market averages because of its economic growth and population growth. Within that state, look for the suburbs that will outperform with regards to capital growth. It’s all about demographics. These suburbs tend to be areas where more owner-occupiers want to live because of lifestyle choices and where the locals can afford to and will be prepared to pay a premium to live because they have higher disposable incomes. Look for the right location within that suburb. Some livable streets will always outperform others and in those streets, some properties will always be more desirable than others. Then within that location look for the right property. And finally, only buy at... The right price, but I’m not suggesting a “cheap” property – there will always be cheap properties around in secondary locations. I mean the right property at a good price.  6 Stranded Strategic Approach
    Only buy a property:
    That would appeal to owner occupiers. Not because you plan to sell the property, but because owner occupiers will buy similar properties pushing up local real estate values. This will be particularly important in the future as the percentage of investors in the market is likely to diminish That is below intrinsic value – that’s why you should avoid new and off-the-plan properties which come at a premium price. With a high land to asset ratio – that doesn’t necessarily mean a large block of land, but one where the land component makes up a significant part of the asset value. That is in an area that has a long history of strong capital growth and that will continue to outperform the averages because of the demographics in the area as mentioned above. That has a twist – something unique, or special, different or scarce about the property, and finally; Where you can manufacture capital growth through refurbishment, renovations or redevelopment rather than waiting for the market to do the heavy lifting as we’re heading into a period of lower capital growth. By following my 6 Stranded Strategic Approach, you minimise your risks and maximise your upside. Each strand represents a way of making money from property and combining all six is a powerful way of putting the odds in your favour. If one strand lets you down, they have two or three others supporting their property’s performance.
    When you look at it this way, buying a property strategically takes a lot of time, effort, research and something most investors never attain – perspective.
    What I mean by this is you can gain a lot of knowledge over the Internet or by reading books or magazines but what you can't gain is experience. It takes many years to develop the perspective to understand what makes an investment grade property.
    Links and Resources:
    Michael Yardney
    Metropole 
    Michael Yardney’s Mentorship Program
    Kate Forbes
    Show notes plus more : How to Research the Property Markets Like a Professional
    Some of our favourite quotes from the show:
    “We’re not looking for properties that are affordable to eve

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Very informative

His podcasts are a great supplement to his excellent books.

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