Raise your Income, investments, and life to the next level! Do you want to live life on your own terms? Financially independent people have assets that generate income greater than their expenses. We explore ways how people have increased their income and net worth to achieve financial independence (and how you can too).
EP. 113 | How One Man Created a Movement Around Financial Literacy with Vince Shorb
In today’s episode, Vince Shorb tells us about how his “lost life” back in college — due to debts and mishandling of funds, has paved the way for his passion for financial literacy.
Vince strongly advocates that our relationship with money and how we properly handle our finances should be nurtured starting from a young age. As we go through different phases in life, the circumstances that we face around our finances become more complicated if we do not allow ourselves to gain enough knowledge about it. Because of this, Vince made it a mission to help people of all ages to gain financial independence through the National Financial Educators Council, a company he founded that can help us make informed financial decisions.
EP. 112 | Roadmap to Success — How Kelli Garrett Turned Her Sports Background into a Money Lending Business
In today’s episode, Kelli Garrett explores how her previous career as an athlete has played an impactful role in her present money lending business.
Kelli strongly believes in the notion of not having all of her eggs in one basket, and regards multiple streams of income as a must have. After self managing her rental and real estate portfolio, she now ventures into commercial rental, ATM business, and a hard money lending business called Rehab Wallet. Kelli discusses facing business problems head on and taking action when dealt with opportunities. She also inspires us to change our view about money through her book, Roadmap to Success.
When you step into a new venture, would you be willing to take one for the team?
EP. 111 | Earning from Passion, Finding Purpose, & Building a Business Around It with Matthew Stibbe
In today’s episode, Matthew Stibbe tells us about how he sold his first love (his computer game company) in order to land on a career and company that he loves even more.
Matthew is a serial entrepreneur, marketing maven, writer, commercial pilot, and wine enthusiast. He’s a great believer of knowing what you want, continuing to do what you love and do best, and being purposeful in your business.
We invited Matthew for a discussion on experiencing new things and in return using the maximum of our potential. He points out that it’s not just a case of being stuck in a job, it’s being stuck in a mindset.
Matthew emphasizes that we can be skilled in so many aspects yet still want to try new things. Being in a job, career, profession, or having a hobby you’re already good at does not mean it’s what you’re bound to do for the rest of your life.
EP. 110 | Establishing Ethical Ways in the Car Wash Industry Through Automation with Cameron Broom
Technology plays a big role in our lives, especially as we further embrace the modern world.
In today’s episode, Cameron Broom provides us with knowledge on investing in the car wash industry. Cameron is a mechanical engineering graduate expert in mechanical assemblies, with over a decade of operations experience in Tier 1 automotive, medical, and aerospace manufacturing companies, and he now brings these valuable skills to the PassiveInvesting.com team.
We’ll dive in to how Cameron was able to make use of automation in the car wash industry, important industry stats, and why the car wash industry is worth the investment.
EP. 109 | Conquering Business Growth Objectives with John St. Pierre
People desire to become entrepreneurs for all different reasons, but many people have a limited understanding of the world of entrepreneurship.
If you want to know how you can…
1. Grow your business
2. Gain access to capital
3. Get liquidity for your business without selling your soul
4. Keep control over your business
5. Make profitable gains
6. Have more freedom in entrepreneurship
… listen to this episode.
John St. Pierre has a proven background in mentoring entrepreneurs in all aspects of business. In today’s episode, John discusses his fair share of entrepreneurship “starts and stops,” and how entrepreneurs in businesses of all sizes can maximize their success.
From his first business venture in pepper spray, to his painting company, to his internet business, John is packed with lessons on how to survive and thrive in the world of entrepreneurship.
John is the founder and co-host of Entrepreneurs United podcast.
EP. 108 | Your Plan for Financial Independence
This week, we have a special episode of the Next Level Income Show for the 4th of July. Hope everybody had a great 4th of July weekend! I just got back from the first ever in-person Multifamily Investor Nation Conference where I got to speak on stage with a wonderful panel, talking about going from a W-2 income to a real estate professional or a fully passive income that really is what leads to true financial independence. And what better time to talk about financial independence than on the anniversary of our country's declaration of independence?
In this episode, I'm going to discuss a few things: Next Level Income's Three Steps to Achieving Financial Independence, The Three Levels of Passive Income That You Need to Achieve, and one very important thing every investor should consider. I'll also share some highlights from the Multifamily Investor Nation Conference attended by big stars like Shaq and Jocko Willink and Barbara Corcoran. So, tune in!
Practical and straightforward
What I like about this podcast is that everything Chris says seems realistic and attainable. He's excellent at putting things into perspective for whatever your future may hold, and uses his knowledge to help ease financial stress. I've told a few friends about this podcast and they all agree that it's been a huge help!
Great content. I appreciate the thoughtful approach to finding another way forward that Chris presents. Thinking outside the bank and securing a financial future that is full of life and purpose.
An endless supply of invaluable content!
Chris goes beyond the typical real estate podcast by providing well-rounded financial content that will open your mind to an endless amount of possibilities. I especially like how he discusses topics such as raising a family and how that plays into the overall larger financial picture. Thank you Chris!