18 episodes

Have you always wanted to start investing but don't know where to start? Do you need passive income to fill in financial gaps, save for retirement, or get out of debt? This podcast teaches you how. No gimmicky sales pitches, no fluff. Just real help. Hosted by InvestTribe, a total European resource for anyone looking to succeed in all sort of investing: Real Estate, Stock Market, Bonds & ETFs, Cryptocurrency, Foreclosure, Peer to Peer Lending, Businesses & Startups…
Road Map to Wealth is a weekly podcast focused on helping people to learn investing, make the best investing decisions possible,

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Have you always wanted to start investing but don't know where to start? Do you need passive income to fill in financial gaps, save for retirement, or get out of debt? This podcast teaches you how. No gimmicky sales pitches, no fluff. Just real help. Hosted by InvestTribe, a total European resource for anyone looking to succeed in all sort of investing: Real Estate, Stock Market, Bonds & ETFs, Cryptocurrency, Foreclosure, Peer to Peer Lending, Businesses & Startups…
Road Map to Wealth is a weekly podcast focused on helping people to learn investing, make the best investing decisions possible,

    Take Control of Your Money by Budgeting with Karen Ford

    Take Control of Your Money by Budgeting with Karen Ford

    Did it ever occur to you that there is money in real estate investing? Most people say that it is hard to earn money in real estate, but to our guest, this is the way to go.

    In this podcast, we are lucky to be able to hear Elena’s interview with an avid real estate investor and master financial coach, Karen Ford.

    Karen is a Master Financial Coach, Public Speaker, Entrepreneur and Author of four books; Money Matters, Budgeting and Investing Tips, Money Nuggets, 31 Days to a Greater Understanding of Money and You Can Do It, Real Estate Investing Made Simple.

    She became a real estate investor first before becoming a financial coach. She loves to buy, flip, and sell houses.

    In this episode, Karen shares how she started in real estate, her favorite strategies around it and her best experience ever since she ventured into entrepreneurship.

    What You Will Learn From This Episode

    - How to start in real estate investing?
    - Strategies in real estate to keep money coming in, buy cheap, sell high.
    - How did financial coaching became Karen’s forte and what led her to it?
    - How to empower people to take control of their finances?
    - Be inspired from John Maxwell’s blog on “Failing Forward” and not be overcome with fear.
    - What are the challenges she faced being a financial coach and a real estate investor, and what advice she gives to people facing the same dilemma?
    - How to be debt-free and experience financial freedom?
    - What are the books Karen Ford wrote?


    Enjoy!

    Connect with Karen Ford

    www.karenford.org

    • 38 min
    The Power of Respect and Authority with Josh Elledge

    The Power of Respect and Authority with Josh Elledge

    In this day and age when there is too much noise, you don’t know which one you should pay attention to. Much less, it is giving you a hard time which one is truly the authority. That’s why you need to consider the critical things that will make you stand out from the rest and position yourself as truly the authority in your niche.

    In this episode, Elena chats up with Josh Elledge, The founder of Up My Influence, an influencer agency platform to grow your own authority, influence, and revenue.

    Josh Elledge is a syndicated TV Expert and newspaper columnist, a keynote speaker who turns business pros into media celebrities, creates 10+ sales appts a week with dream clients for B2B businesses.

    This episode will have Josh talk about how he started his company, the challenges he went through, how he persevered and what are the important considerations to take into account when growing your business.

    Added to this, he made it clear the importance of proving your authority in the most important of ways.

    Breaking barriers of your very own comfort zone is a ticket to what you are destined to be impacting others with, and he could not stress this enough.

    The work that he does with Tony Robbins is being highlighted here, and you should find out the reason why.

    He made it a point here to sell without being too salesy.



    What You Will Learn From This Episode

    - The need for visibility for your best business idea to succeed
    - Why you need to know your "Why", it shouldn't be always just about the money
    - The importance of looking the part and leading with a service in mind
    - The three critical things that would make you an authority in your niche
    - Celebrating every win in your business has a big reward
    - The value of perseverance in one's success in whatever field in life you maybe
    - How he broke the barriers of his own comfort zone and successfully embraced the attitude of "it's your call"
    - Insights on handling negative criticism
    - How impacting other people means empowering them
    - Josh's upcoming project that will help one "to be on the stage and not just another face in the crowd"
    - Understanding authority marketing in building your business at the same time building your personal brand


    Enjoy!

    Links:

    Up My Influence

    Josh Elledge on LinkedIn

    • 40 min
    How to Thrive with Grit and Grace with Tahverlee Anglen

    How to Thrive with Grit and Grace with Tahverlee Anglen

    Considering the social impact of non-profits to people’s lives, growth for these organizations means that they can further expand and reach more people. This is what Corporate Cause Agency aims to help them achieve.

    In this podcast, Elena talks to Tahverlee Anglen, owner of the Corporate Cause Agency.

    Tahverlee Anglen is a social impact entrepreneur with a history of leadership based on shared values and purpose. She is involved in driving growth in businesses and nonprofits. She is the host of Girl Talk, and Grit And Grace.  She also co-hosts Shock and Awe 2.0, Saluting Veterans with Grace.

    In this episode, Tahverlee talks about how she moved from working for nonprofit organizations to establishing her own business, Corporate Cause Agency.

    Also, she talks about the challenges of establishing your own business and shares advice on how to overcome those challenges.

    Lastly, Tahverlee talks about an upcoming project that she is working on.



    What You Will Learn From This Episode

    - Tahverlee recounts how she established Corporate Cause Agency and talks about the challenges of being a business owner.
    - She talks about how her business and podcasts’ impact on other people is driving her passion for what she does.
    - Tahverlee talks about the challenges of owning a business while being a mother, and what she considers her greatest accomplishment.
    - The importance of pushing through the hardships and how this builds you as an entrepreneur.
    - How other women mentored and inspired her in starting her own podcast.
    - The importance of resiliency and the love of learning in being successful.
    - Tahverlee shares her thoughts on what can make the world a better place.


    Enjoy!

    Links

    Tahverlee Anglen on LinkedIn

    Corporate Cause Agency

    • 43 min
    Staying the Course with Michelle Neujahr

    Staying the Course with Michelle Neujahr

    Every business has its own share of challenges. Revenue plateaus, internal reorganization needs, and a myriad of other things can hold a business back. nu-yar is a unique organization that focuses on helping businesses overcome these setbacks.

    In this podcast, Elena talks to nu-yar’s owner, founder, and lead consultant Michelle Neujahr.

    Michelle is an energetic entrepreneur who tirelessly works with her clients to achieve and maintain successful strategies for growth in their business. In this episode, she discusses how she established herself as an entrepreneur who aims to help her clients’ businesses grow.

    Aside from being an entrepreneur at heart, Michelle is also a mother, a grandmother, and a  lover of chocolate.

    In this episode, we get to know Michelle a little more as she talks about how she got started and the challenges that she encountered along the way.

    Also, Michelle answers a lot of really interesting questions that give us a clearer picture of how she achieved and maintains her success.

    Lastly, Michelle shares her best advice for new and experienced entrepreneurs.



    What You Will Learn From This Episode



    - Michelle recounts her early experience in entrepreneurship and how it lead to starting up her own business

    - Overcoming the challenge of keeping focus and following through with the most important projects and ideas

    - She talks about what drives her passion for entrepreneurship

    - The importance of believing in yourself and focusing on your own strength and brilliance

    - Michelle looks back on the people and the mentors that inspired her and the important lessons that they have shared with her

    - The skills and habits that enabled her to achieve the success that she is enjoying now

    - She reveals the things lined up for her on the horizon and the things that she will be working on


    Enjoy!



    Links

    Michelle Neujahr on LinkedIn

    Nu-yar

    • 34 min
    Protecting Your Assets with Garrett Sutton

    Protecting Your Assets with Garrett Sutton

    Without proper protection, business owners can lose their assets from a lawsuit. Half of the businesses in the United States lose this lawsuit. This is why asset protection is a must for investors and entrepreneurs.

    In this podcast, Elena talks to Corporate Direct’s owner and founder, Garrett Sutton.

    Garret Sutton is a corporate attorney, best-selling author and one of Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad’s Advisors. He founded Corporate Direct, a company that helps businesses protect their financial assets and maximize their financial goals.

    In this episode, Garret talks about how he started Corporate Direct and the challenge of finding the right people for their business.

    Also, Garret talks about his experience working with Robert Kiyosaki and the other Rich Dad advisors.

    Lastly, Garret shares advice about the importance of protecting assets.



    What You Will Learn From This Episode



    - Garret discusses the importance of getting the right people in their organization and how they overcome this challenge

    - He shares his experience working with Robert Kiyosaki on the Rich Dad book series

    - He talks about the volunteer and the charity work that he does

    - The people who have mentored Garret and how they have influenced him as an entrepreneur

    - How failures are part of being entrepreneurship and the value of learning from those failures

    - The skills and habits that have helped him become successful

    - Garret talks about what he thinks can make the world a better place


    Enjoy!

    Links:

    Garret Sutton on LinkedIn

    Corporate Direct

    • 34 min
    Preparing for Your Dream Retirement

    Preparing for Your Dream Retirement

    Most people think that planning for retirement is all about getting their finances in order. But retiring is more than just numbers. It is also about doing what you want to do and spending time with the people you want to spend it with.

    In this podcast, Elena talks to Dream Retirement Process co-creator, Michelle Bertram.

    Michelle Bertram co-created Dream Retirement Process with her mother, Beverly Bertram. She is also a financial speaker, an author, an insurance professional, and an investment adviser representative.

    In this episode, Michelle talks about why she joined the business with her mom and she discusses her book, Creating Your Dream Retirement.

    Also, Michelle talks about Dream Retirement Process and how she works with her clients to achieve their dream retirement.

    Lastly, Michelle shares some great advice for aspiring entrepreneurs. Enjoy!



    What You Will Learn From This Episode:



    - Michelle shares how she started and got into the business with her mom.

    - She talks about her book Creating Your Dream Retirement and how it helps their clients with their retirement.

    - The challenge of breaking out of today’s information overload noise and talking to the right people.

    - Michelle talks about her best experiences with Dream Retirement and discusses her charity project outside of work.

    - She looks back on all the mentors that inspired her before and after she got into the business


    Links

    Michelle Bertram on LinkedIn

    Bertram Financial

    • 28 min

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