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About Brian Lee

Brian Lee is a Sales & Marketing Strategist with a knack for driving prospective customers from awareness to interest to buyers to advocates.

He’s the Founder of Relevant Content Marketing & host of the Revenue Radio Hour.

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My Latest Project: EquityTV Real Estate Investor Reality Show

By | August 8th, 2011|Categories: Global|

The reason it's been quiet over here on Genius Types for the last few months is that I've been hard at work on a new project. Four months ago, I co-founded a real estate investing education company named Equity Academy with my business partner Shauwn Digman. We teach people how to invest in real estate through classes, bus tours, webinars, articles, and educational videos.

Interview with Mitch Stephen, Author of “My Life & 1000 Houses”

By | August 1st, 2011|Categories: Internet Marketing|

I had the pleasure of interviewing the author of "My Life & 1000 Houses," Mitch Stephen. Mitch is a self-made real estate investor out of San Antonio Texas who has mastered the art of owner-finance as a way to create passive cashflow from real estate. I was able to spend a few days with him while we filmed his segments for an episode of EquityTV.

15 Ways To Stabilize So Your Dreams Can Materialize

By | July 14th, 2011|Categories: Entrepreneurship, Personal Finance|

Set and Then Forget... (at least for a little while) As an aggressive entrepreneur, I was ready to conquer the world at a very young age. My plan was to out-work, out-innovate, and out-run my competition at all costs until I was financially free. I started a lawn mowing business... then a custom T-shirt business... [...]

How Talent Can Hold You Back

By | January 5th, 2011|Categories: Career, Entrepreneurship|

"You see, in the real world, talent isn’t rewarded... production is. In other words, you don’t get paid for being able to solve problems... you get paid for actually solving them; which often takes time, effort, and “the grind.” That’s why you often see the less talented, but hard working, high school kid sneak up on the studs and become successful in life..."

The Symbiotic Trinity of Real Estate Investing

By | November 9th, 2010|Categories: Global|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

In the business of real estate investing, three major players feed off of each other to spin the wheels of wealth creation. Wholesalers, rehabbers, and hard money lenders form a symbiotic trinity in which each one is dependent on the others. Wholesalers need rehabbers to buy deals, rehabbers need hard money lenders to finance deals, and hard money lenders need wholesalers to find deals to lend on.

Showcase of a Real Estate Flip: Artemis

By | October 29th, 2010|Categories: Global|

Right-Click to Download Quicktime Here is the latest video I produced showcasing an investment property that we flipped in Central Texas. It has been a few months since this video was shot, but the good news is that we sold it for more that we thought we would, so the numbers are even better. Here [...]

Income Report: September 2010

By | October 7th, 2010|Categories: Income Reports|Tags: , , , , , , |

September was a great month.

My business partner, Shauwn, and I closed on two rental houses and wholesaled three more; capturing over $42,000 in equity, $650 a month in cashflow, and $7,000 in wholesaling income. I finished P90X, losing two inches off my waist and ten pounds; college football started after a long agonizing sports summer; and the smoldering Texas heat finally dropped by twenty degrees.

How to Calculate ROI as a Real Estate Investor, Part 3

By | October 5th, 2010|Categories: Global|Tags: , , |

For the last few weeks we've been talking about calculating ROI for real estate investing. The first week we talked about the cost approach versus the out of pocket approach. Ultimately as real estate investors, we look at the out of pocket approach to determine our personal return on investment. On day two we talked [...]