• 5 Distractions and How To Overcome Them

    5 Distractions and How To Overcome Them

    Does this scenario sound familiar to anyone? You're a busy professional with multiple clients and/or projects. You consider yourself highly productive and able to multitask. You painstakingly plan out your day on a calendar. You've got the calendar synced with multiple mobile devices so that [...]

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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 [...]

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.