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Most business owners give themselves a new job. They work backbreaking hours and can’t spend time with their family. The worst part? They get minimal profits for their efforts. Being trapped in this situation will lead to burnout and depression. It is a formula for stagnant growth and frustration. But you don’t have to stay

As a business owner, your most profitable trait is your decision making. Consistently making the right decisions unlocks massive opportunities, growth, and wealth. But the reverse is also true: Making the wrong decisions without learning from your mistakes traps you in mediocrity. In this episode, former Keller Williams CEO turned Proptech investor, Chris Heller, joins

You will always cap your growth if you don’t surround yourself with a good team. But building a team of talented people that get along with each other is difficult, especially for real estate investors. So what’s the secret for building a team that skyrockets your growth to levels you can’t even dream about today?

Within your first few years of real estate investing, any good investor makes way more than they ever had in their life. And a negative aspect of more income is Uncle Sam demands a much larger payday for your hard work. Today’s guest, real estate investor, Mike Deaton, found this out the hard way. But

Many of us were tricked into thinking good grades and a good job leads to happiness. While there are many valuable business lessons you can learn in the corporate world, many people feel like it sucks their soul dry. Then, of course, there’s always a possibility of getting laid off. Well, that story played out