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106: Entrepreneurship and Mobile Home Millions with Kevin Bupp

I am proud to say that I have overcome a major handicap to become a successful entrepreneur. It took me 33 years to figure out how to get past this obstacle… but I did it. I’m proud of that fact because very few people with this fate in life become successful business people and even […]

105: Cash Flow with Raw Land: Mark Podolsky

It’s actually not that hard to make money. Yes… I said that. And, I mean it. You see, everywhere I turn, I see opportunity. Why am I seeing things that others aren’t? Well, I think it’s because I’m not looking the same place that most people are. You see, there is a herd mentality amongst […]

104: The Next Crypto BOOM with Teeka Tiwari!

We are living in a world that is technologically transforming at light speed and distributed ledger technology is on the cusp of that metamorphosis. Most people think of distributed ledger technology in terms of bitcoin—but bitcoin only scratches the surface of what will be the most important technological advancement since the internet. That is the […]

103: Wealth Tips and Tricks with Jim Dew

I know I’m always ranting and raving about the evils of Wealth Advisors but the reality is that I have learned a great deal from some of them. You see, there is a difference between Wealth Advisors who work for you and those that live OFF of you. There is also a big difference between […]

102: The Millionaire Mindset with Michael Bernoff

When I was a kid, $20 dollars seemed like A LOT of money. When I was a surgical resident making less than $50,000 per year in San Francisco, making $300,000 like my professors sounded like A LOT of money. Since embarking on my entrepreneurial and professional investing journey, I have had $300,000 MONTHS on multiple […]

101: Invest like the rich with equityzen

One of the reasons I don’t like investing in the New York Stock Exchange is that by the time a stock become publicly traded, most of the upside is already gone. Let’s take Square, Inc. for example. This is the mobile payments firm with that software that allows pretty much anyone to take credit card […]