34 min

One Fateful Meeting At A Starbucks W/ Kris Morin Gathering The Kings Real Estate

    • Entrepreneurship

Summary: 
Host Chaz Wolfe brings Kris Morin to the king’s table. Kris is a 7+ figure king in the real estate investment industry and has been for over 15 years.  Kris has a degree in biochemistry and used to teach science in high school. Now, he has properties in three different states.
In this episode, Chaz and Kris discuss how there's always a way to make it happen, pushing through the fear to have conversations you need to get what you want, and how to grow a team even if you're low on resources. Tune in today to learn more about taking action to grow your business!

 
During this episode, you will learn about;

[01:27]  Intro to Kris and his businesses
[04:06]  Why does Kris still push beyond his current success?
[06:29]  Kris’ perspective on recession planning
[08:35]  Kris’ journey from teacher to entrepreneur
[12:24]  What was a good decision that helped Kris succeed?
[15:35]  How did Kris become more open-minded?
[18:17]  A ‘bad’ decision Kris made in the business 
[21:23]  How to realign with your partner/mentor or know how to change
[23:03] Kris’ decision-making process
[25:39]  If Kris had to pick only one metric to track, what would it be?
[27:01]  Does Kris intentionally network or mastermind with other entrepreneurs?
[28:39]  If Kris lost it all, what would he do?
[29:11]  What is Kris’ parting note for those working to make it?
[31:39]  How to connect with Kris
[33:26]  How to connect with Chaz and info on Gathering The Kings 90 Day Intensive


Notable Quotes 

“All you need is little persistence and the willingness to go out there and act and talk to a lot of people is really what it boils down to.”  - Kris Morin

“I'm always motivated a little bit by the fear of the unknown.”  - Kris Morin

“My number one priority in my business is to preserve the wealth of my shareholders essentially, and grow that wealth. When I do, I see returns as well.”  - Kris Morin

“Ultimately, I just wanna build this ecosystem that will allow me a lifestyle.”  - Kris Morin

“You gotta maintain a strong, healthy dose of optimism because nobody else is gonna do it for you, and you've gotta focus on the solution, not the problem.”  - Kris Morin

“You gotta surround yourself with a team.”  - Kris Morin

“Even CEOs of Fortune 100 corporations have that imposter syndrome.”  - Kris Morin

“There's always this element of what you're doing is new, even for you.”  - Kris Morin

“I sat down and dared to have those conversations with people.”  - Kris Morin

“I can do lots of things at once, but all that did, really in the long term, was hurt me because I should have given it away.”  - Chaz Wolfe

“Partnerships are like marriage and sometimes you just need to be able to communicate differently or better or more openly.”  - Chaz Wolfe

“Understanding the value of other people's knowledge, but then also understanding of just the value of other people. You don't know what they know, and you don't know who they know.”  - Chaz Wolfe

“The only thing that separates a new person from me, or from me and somebody else that's above me, is action or a slightly different type of action.”  - Kris Morin


Books and Resources Recommended:
Who Not How by Dan Sullivan and Benjamin Hardy
a href="https://www.amazon.com/Who-Not-How-Accelerating-Teamwork-ebook/dp/B0867ZJ151" rel="noopener noreferrer"...

Summary: 
Host Chaz Wolfe brings Kris Morin to the king’s table. Kris is a 7+ figure king in the real estate investment industry and has been for over 15 years.  Kris has a degree in biochemistry and used to teach science in high school. Now, he has properties in three different states.
In this episode, Chaz and Kris discuss how there's always a way to make it happen, pushing through the fear to have conversations you need to get what you want, and how to grow a team even if you're low on resources. Tune in today to learn more about taking action to grow your business!

 
During this episode, you will learn about;

[01:27]  Intro to Kris and his businesses
[04:06]  Why does Kris still push beyond his current success?
[06:29]  Kris’ perspective on recession planning
[08:35]  Kris’ journey from teacher to entrepreneur
[12:24]  What was a good decision that helped Kris succeed?
[15:35]  How did Kris become more open-minded?
[18:17]  A ‘bad’ decision Kris made in the business 
[21:23]  How to realign with your partner/mentor or know how to change
[23:03] Kris’ decision-making process
[25:39]  If Kris had to pick only one metric to track, what would it be?
[27:01]  Does Kris intentionally network or mastermind with other entrepreneurs?
[28:39]  If Kris lost it all, what would he do?
[29:11]  What is Kris’ parting note for those working to make it?
[31:39]  How to connect with Kris
[33:26]  How to connect with Chaz and info on Gathering The Kings 90 Day Intensive


Notable Quotes 

“All you need is little persistence and the willingness to go out there and act and talk to a lot of people is really what it boils down to.”  - Kris Morin

“I'm always motivated a little bit by the fear of the unknown.”  - Kris Morin

“My number one priority in my business is to preserve the wealth of my shareholders essentially, and grow that wealth. When I do, I see returns as well.”  - Kris Morin

“Ultimately, I just wanna build this ecosystem that will allow me a lifestyle.”  - Kris Morin

“You gotta maintain a strong, healthy dose of optimism because nobody else is gonna do it for you, and you've gotta focus on the solution, not the problem.”  - Kris Morin

“You gotta surround yourself with a team.”  - Kris Morin

“Even CEOs of Fortune 100 corporations have that imposter syndrome.”  - Kris Morin

“There's always this element of what you're doing is new, even for you.”  - Kris Morin

“I sat down and dared to have those conversations with people.”  - Kris Morin

“I can do lots of things at once, but all that did, really in the long term, was hurt me because I should have given it away.”  - Chaz Wolfe

“Partnerships are like marriage and sometimes you just need to be able to communicate differently or better or more openly.”  - Chaz Wolfe

“Understanding the value of other people's knowledge, but then also understanding of just the value of other people. You don't know what they know, and you don't know who they know.”  - Chaz Wolfe

“The only thing that separates a new person from me, or from me and somebody else that's above me, is action or a slightly different type of action.”  - Kris Morin


Books and Resources Recommended:
Who Not How by Dan Sullivan and Benjamin Hardy
a href="https://www.amazon.com/Who-Not-How-Accelerating-Teamwork-ebook/dp/B0867ZJ151" rel="noopener noreferrer"...

34 min