EP232: How to Communicate with Your Partner About Money

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Money can be a touchy subject, but it’s important that couples are able to have constructive conversations about financial goals. We hear from investors all the time who struggle to get on the same page as their spouse. In fact, this is an issue we encountered early on in our marriage.

On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, Natali and I are sharing four tips for effective communication about money. We’ll discuss why money is such a pain point for so many people, and how we’ve been conditioned to think about wealth building. 

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Someone we’re close with recently described an argument they had with their spouse about money. This made us recollect early in our marriage when we would disagree about finances and have unproductive conversations. It’s very common for what should be a reasonable discussion to explode into a fight. We’ve put together four tips you can use to avoid fighting with your partner about money.

First, it’s important to recognize your own fears and limiting beliefs about money. Most of us have these, but overcoming them requires introspection. Consider your fears, and where they stem from. Realize that most of our fears never become a reality.

Secondly, consider your partner’s fears. Once you understand their background, and the things that trigger their fears, you can start being more careful. If you know your spouse is fearful of lack, you can do your best to not feed those fears.

Also, know your numbers. Think about your Freedom Number, and calculate your net worth. If you understand your goals and where you’re headed, you’ll be more centered in reality.

Our last tip is to make and trust your plan. You both need to be the same page, but if your plan is based on shared values, you can move in the right direction intentionally. 

On this episode, we’ll discuss recognizing and understanding fears about money, and how to be realistic about numbers. We’ll discuss why calculating your Freedom Number is so powerful, and the importance of having shared values. Please join us on this episode of Investing in Real Estate to learn more about effective communication for couples!

If you’re ready to begin building a passive income through rental real estate, book a FREE call with our team today. We’re ready to talk about your goals and want to help you learn more about earning legacy wealth for you and your family.

On this episode you’ll learn:

  • Why don’t you see commercials for real estate investing?
  • How have we been conditioned to think about wealth building in the United States?
  • Why is it natural to fight about money?
  • And much more!

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  4 tips for effective communication about money. We discuss why money is such a pain point for so many people, and how we’ve been conditioned to think about wealth building. 

EP231: We Don't See Things the Way They Are, We See Them the Way We Are.

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I’ve made it my mission to help others reach financial freedom, and part of that job entails listening to the backgrounds and stories of people who want to build wealth. I can’t help but notice that there are two distinct mindsets when it comes to real estate investing: one is based out of fear, and the other is centered on abundance.

On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, I’ll talk about how our reality is colored by our perceptions. I’ll speak in depth about the two different mindsets I have noticed, and discuss how to start living in an abundance mindset. Don’t miss this episode of Investing in Real Estate!

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Something interesting I’ve noticed is that building wealth is not just about numbers on a spreadsheet, calculating ROI, or planning appropriately for taxes. It's deeper than that. True wealth building is cultivation, and it’s something that’s rooted deeply in your mindset.

Too many people think they don’t deserve wealth, and they live in constant fear about money. By doing so, they attract negativity into their lives. They invite unfavorable situations into existence by focusing on lack. 

It’s the classic story of a person who wins the lottery, and then quickly squanders all of their earnings away. Why does this happen? Because they aren’t in an abundance mindset.

But those who are creating true legacy wealth and are expanding their real estate portfolios don’t live in that same place. Instead, they focus on peace and abundance. They feel connected to wealth, and they feel worthy of wealth.

On today’s show, I’ll share more about how our perceptions influence reality. I’ll discuss specific scenarios, and my experience with this idea. Please join me on episode 231 of Investing in Real Estate!

If you’re ready to start living in abundance and begin building a passive income through rental real estate, book a FREE call with our team today. We’re ready to talk about your goals and want to help you learn more about earning legacy wealth for you and your family. 

On this episode you’ll learn:

  • Why shouldn’t you make assumptions about money?
  • How can you begin to think abundantly?
  • What is the universal law of success?
  • How can you begin building wealth?
  • And much more! 

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 I can’t help but notice that there are two distinct mindsets when it comes to real estate investing: one is based out of fear, and the other is centered on abundance.

EP230: How to Build a Strategy to Change Your Life - Interview with Dr. Stephen Graves

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One thing I’ve learned over the years is that being successful in real estate is about more than numbers in a spreadsheet. It’s incredibly difficult to reach financial freedom unless you’re able to step outside of limiting beliefs, and work on personal development.

Here to share how you can build a strategy to change your life is Dr. Stephen Graves. He is a strategist, executive coach, and author who works to help leaders overcome the obstacles that hinder them from reaching their potential. On today’s show, you’ll learn about the importance of self-awareness, and how to make an impact. We’ll talk about metrics other than profitability that factor into success, and how to make sustainable improvements. Don’t miss episode 230 of Investing in Real Estate! 

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Dr. Stephen Graves has a new book titled, The Hero Leader; its premise is based on an experience he had as a coach. While training a CEO, he embarked on a CEO tour. Stephen asked multiple CEOs of successful company this question: “If you were hiring senior leaders, what would you look for?”

Stephen explains that almost every single CEO had the same answer to that question. When looking for a leader, CEOs are not looking for someone who is effective in only one area, but instead a person who is competent in many areas.

A leader needs to understand numbers, but also know how to work well with others. A leader must know not only how to lead others, but to lead themselves. Great leaders do not have one strength, but instead are a composite of a number of skill sets.

Instead of trying to become a perfect person that has no weaknesses, Stephen posits that a great leader strives to make improvements. We all have blind spots, in both our leadership and character. So instead of trying to become a “superhero leader” and do it all, a person should attempt to sharpen one or two areas.

On today’s show, Stephen is sharing what it takes to be a great leader, including accountability and structure. We’ll talk about the importance of humility, and the importance of being intentional. There’s so much to digest here; you won’t want to miss Stephen’s insights!  

If you’re ready to begin building a passive income through rental real estate, book a FREE call with our team today. We’re ready to talk about your goals and want to help you learn more about earning legacy wealth for you and your family. 

On this episode you’ll learn:

  • What is reverse mentoring?
  • What is the “imagination stage?”
  • What makes a great leader?
  • What are the four major areas of leadership?
  • And much more! 

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 Dr. Stephen Graves talks about about the importance of self-awareness, and how to make an impact. We’ll talk about metrics other than profitability that factor into success in real estate and your life, and how to make sustainable improvements.

EP226: Men Listen to This Episode NOW - Interview with Lewis Howes

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In my experience talking to investors, men specifically have difficulty being vulnerable. Many of us become consumed by our ego, and feel like we have to put on a façade. In reality, this does us no favors; it keeps us from growing, investing, and building wealth.

On today’s show, I’m excited to sit down with my friend Lewis Howes to talk about his new book, The Mask of Masculinity. We’ll discuss how we as men can hold ourselves responsible, and how to begin responding with compassion instead of reacting negatively. We’ll also talk about setting your intention every day, investing passively, and much more! Lewis has so much insight to share, you won’t want to miss episode 226 of Investing in Real Estate! 

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Lewis Howes is an entrepreneur, New York Times Bestselling Author, high performance business coach, keynote speaker, and podcaster. Lewis has always been successful in terms of his career, but at the age of 30 he had an epiphany. He found himself in a toxic relationship, engaging in physical fights, and emotionally miserable.

He decided that he needed to determine why he was angry and reactive, and to begin shifting to a positive attitude. Reacting negatively was consuming his life. Even a small interaction, such as getting cut off in traffic would affect the rest of his day.

He had to begin changing his perspective about what masculinity means. Lewis explains that a true Alpha male is not the one that always wins, but instead the person who can diffuse and disarm a stressful situation. Being truly powerful means finding win-win solutions.

He wrote The Mask of Masculinity to hold himself accountable, as well as to help others. The book details how to break through the limiting beliefs that hold you back in order to thrive and live a better, more fulfilled life.

On today’s show, Lewis is sharing more about vulnerability and masculinity. We’ll talk about giving back, and focusing on gratitude. Lewis is sharing his morning routine, why a scarcity mindset doesn’t work, and so much more!

 If you’re ready to begin building a passive income through rental real estate, book a FREE call with our team today. We’re ready to talk about your goals and want to help you learn more about earning legacy wealth for you and your family. 

On this episode you’ll learn:

  • How can your ego prevent you from making more money?
  • What are the two things that help us feel fulfilled?
  • How can your life change when you adopt an abundance mindset?
  • Why are auto-payments powerful for investors?
  • And so much more!

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 I’m excited to sit down with my friend Lewis Howes to talk about his new book,  The Mask of Masculinity . We’ll discuss how we as men can hold ourselves responsible, and how to begin responding with compassion instead of reacting negatively. We’ll also talk about setting your intention every day, investing passively, and much more! 

EP220: How to Think Like a Wealthy Investor

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I’ve been poor, and I’ve been wealthy. You might be surprised to learn that the biggest difference between the two is not about money, but more so about mindset. The good news is, if you’re purposeful you can change your mindset, which will in turn change your financial situation.

On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, Natali and I are discussing wealth consciousness, and how to manifest wealth in your life. We’ll talk about identifying self-sabotaging thoughts, and dismissing fear-based ideas about money. If you’re ready to change the way you think about wealth creation, this episode is for you!

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I spend a lot of time talking to people who are interested in building wealth through real estate. And unfortunately, I’m met with a lot of fear-based objections. Many people out there are simply not in the right headspace to begin creating wealth.

If you think you cannot change your financial situation due to personal circumstances, that’s a lie you are telling yourself. I truly believe that we hold the ability to manifest money through our thoughts. And if you’re telling yourself that your situation will never improve, then that’s exactly what will happen.

That’s why it’s important to take inventory of your thoughts, and think about what triggers you. If you are able to identify those thoughts and fears, then you can quiet them. If you really want to create change, you’ll need to squash any beliefs that do not align with your goal. 

On today’s show, we’ll talk about creating a pathway toward financial freedom, and why complaining that something is too expensive is dangerous. You’ll learn about changing your world view by being cognizant of your thoughts, and how to grow your bank account through manifestation. Don’t miss episode 220 of Investing in Real Estate!

If you’re ready to begin building a passive income through rental real estate, book a FREE call with our team today. We’re ready to talk about your goals and want to help you learn more about earning legacy wealth for you and your family.

On this episode you’ll learn:

  • How can you attract other people who have money into your life?
  • What is the importance of meditation in wealth creation?
  • Why is holding onto money fear-based?
  • What is a “poor mindset?”
  • And much more!  

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 I’ve been poor, and I’ve been wealthy. You might be surprised to learn that the biggest difference between the two is not about money...

EP218: Discovering Your Purpose and Building Habits That Help - Interview with Brad Lomenick

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The entire point of this show is to help people create wealth through real estate. For many people, there’s a paradigm shift that must occur in order to take those steps forward. Changing your mindset begins with developing a sense of self-awareness, and releasing limiting beliefs and habits that no longer align with your goals.

On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, I’m interviewing Brad Lomenick, the author of H3 Leadership. Brad is here to share how to find your purpose, the importance of implementing effective habits, and how to create a roadmap to success. Don’t miss episode 218 of Investing in Real Estate!

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In his new book, H3 Leadership, Brad shares the leadership lessons he’s learned in his storied career. Brad is a strategic advisor and leadership consultant who has worked alongside leaders, CEOs, and entrepreneurs. He wrote the book as not only a roadmap and reminder for himself, but also to teach others how to reach success.

H3 Leadership is all about being humble, staying hungry, and always hustling. Humility, Brad describes, is a mixture of self-awareness and authenticity. Hunger means staying curious, constantly learning and asking great questions. Hustling is not as self-centered as most people make it out to be, Brad explains. True hustle makes an impact by adding value to others.  

Brad also shares his process for helping people find their calling. He explains that many people hold the misconception that they have one calling. However, most people have many callings. A calling is where your strengths and passions come together.

In order to find that calling, it’s important to reflect on your childhood and uncover the things you’ve always been interested in. The best way to discover this calling is often to ask the people around you.

On today’s show, Brad is sharing more of his secrets to success. We’ll discuss how to create great habits, and the power of humility. We’ll talk about how calling has evolved among generations, and how to live a holistic life. Brad has so many helpful tips; you won’t want to miss his insights on this episode of Investing in Real Estate!

If you’re ready to begin building a passive income through rental real estate, book a FREE call with our team today. We’re ready to talk about your goals and want to help you learn more about earning legacy wealth for you and your family.

On this episode you’ll learn:

  • How can recalling your childhood help you identify your calling?
  • What are the two ways in which most people find their calling?
  • How does curiosity give you credibility?
  • What is the most important habit you can cultivate in order to reach success?
  • And much more! 

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 Interview with Brad Lomenick, the author of  H3 Leadership . Brad shares how to find your purpose, the importance of implementing effective habits, and how to create a roadmap to success.

EP209: Taking a Deep Breath Changes Your Life - Interview with Peter Bregman

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Have you ever let destructive habits like self-sabotaging language and limiting beliefs hold you back from reaching your goals? I know that I have. In my experience speaking to investors, becoming successful in real estate isn’t just about the numbers or the money; there’s a mental component that holds many people back.

On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, I’m interviewing Peter Bregman. Peter is an author, speaker, coach, and CEO of Bregman Partners. Peter is here to share the main principles of his new book, Four Seconds. We’ll discuss how to redirect negative thought patterns, replace counterproductive habits, and much more!

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In his new book, Four Seconds: All the Time You Need to Stop Counter-Productive Habits and Get the Results You Want, Peter describes the importance of pausing for just four seconds—just long enough to take a deep breath in moments of stress or reactivity. In doing so, our breathing slows our reaction, and mellows our nervous system.

The book is based on the premise that we can replace counterproductive habits by taking a moment of awareness. He explains, if you’re about to do something that you know is not in your best interest, just stop for four seconds. Find the ability to resist the urge to follow through.

Then finally, replace your negative and ineffective reaction with a strategic and intentional response. 4 Seconds is all about developing your capability to be purposeful in your reactions. This strategy leads to better outcomes, and helps you reach your goals. 

On today’s show, Peter is sharing the importance of being clear about what you want, and how to be thoughtful about your actions. We’ll talk about risk aversion, and how it relates to purchasing real estate. We’ll also talk about what makes some people more effective than others, and how to develop a process that helps you reach your goals. Don’t miss episode 209 of Investing in Real Estate!

If you’re ready to begin building a passive income through rental real estate, book a FREE call with our team today. We’re ready to talk about your goals and want to help you learn more about earning legacy wealth for you and your family. 

On this episode you’ll learn:

  • What is the Big Arrow Process?
  • What are the three most counterproductive habits that people engage in?
  • What are the two ways to look at risk averse thoughts?
  • What is the main difference between successful people, and those who are average?
  • And much more!

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 Great interview with Peter Bregman! (Author of the book "Four Seconds: All the Time You Need to Stop Counter-Productive Habits and Get the Results You Want".)