There’s a big, fat mistake most real estate investors make in their advertising which results in losing 30% of your potential customers. And to add insult to injury, this mistake also devours your advertising budget. That’s the bad news. The good news? The solution is almost so simple that no investors even think about it.

Entrepreneurs love to complicate their business (even at the expense of their sanity, profits, and freedom). Here’s a common trap entrepreneurs fall into: They hit their peak performance month — bringing in double the amount of revenue as they normally do. So what do they do? They reinvest in their business. But this reinvestment comes at

What if you could understand the growth trajectory, health, and blind spots of your business in a single data point? Well, good news: You can. And better news: Nothing will free up your time, skyrocket your revenue, and give you more clarity than figuring out this data point. In this episode, Mike Simmons joins me

Every investor falls into the trap of real estate investing: You imagine you can sip cocktails on the beach while making more passive income than most people’s salaries. But here’s the problem: It’s never that easy — unless you have systems and processes in place to grow your business without your involvement. Our guest today, Mike

Why Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad Poor Dad Inspires Real Estate Investors

Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad Poor Dad is a popular book, and it has a little something for everyone, but one thing is certain; its core messages resonate with real estate investors the most. To give a general preface for those who haven’t read it yet, the book sets the main argument of what rich dads