447# Are You a Financially Prepared Father? Jay Gabrani
Awaken Your Alpha with Adam Lewis Walker
This episode is about how to be a financially prepared father. Jay Gabrani is empowering fathers to be financially prepared...regardless of life’s curveballs. Born and raised in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Jay’s entrepreneurial flame was fanned on a 1987 trip where he saw firsthand the successful business his grandfather built. “The only way to be truly free is to own your own business” his grandfather told him. This statement had a profound effect on Jay. Upon his return home, he told his parents… “I’ll be working for myself by the time I’m 25 years old.” The #1 Mens Development Podcast for Tales & Tactics To Thrive! Watch Adam's "Awaken Your Alpha" TEDx Talk here: www.bit.ly/TEDxALW The podcast is now also a bestselling book! TALES & TACTICS TO THRIVE www.AYAlpha.com/book Get your support and your questions answered. Connect across social media @AwakenYourAlpha @AdamLewisWalker to join the conversation.
MS-119: Teaching Teens Smart Money Habits- investor and founder of Prepared Fathers Jay Gabrani shares strategies on how parents can teach their teens smart money habits
Mentor Select: Parenting Teens To Be Successful Adults
Episode: Teaching Teens Smart Money Habits Welcome to Episode 119 of the Mentor Select podcast | Parenting Teens To Be Successful Adults In this episode, Episode: Teaching Teens Smart Money Habits Welcome to Episode 119 of the Mentor Select podcast | Parenting Teens To Be Successful Adults In this episode, investor and founder of Prepared Fathers Jay Gabrani shares strategies on how parents can teach their teens smart money habits. So if you want to learn proven strategies to help your teen develop financial literacy then tune in now. In this episode, you'll discover: Fun, creative ways to show teens how to make, save, and invest money More Information Contact Jay Gabrani: www.preparedfathers.com email@example.com Thanks for Tuning In! Thanks so much for being with us this week. Have some feedback you'd like to share? Please leave a note in the comments section below! If you enjoyed this episode on teaching teens smart money habits please comment and share. Don't forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes to get automatic episode updates for our Mentor Select | Parenting Teens To Be Successful Adults and bonus content - https://mysoundwise.com/soundcasts/1590066277980s Thanks for listening! So if you want to learn proven strategies to help your teen develop financial literacy then tune in now. In this episode, you'll discover: Fun, creative ways to show teens how to make, save, and invest money More Information Contact Jay Gabrani: www.preparedfathers.com firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks for Tuning In! Thanks so much for being with us this week. Have some feedback you'd like to share? Please leave a note in the comments section below! If you enjoyed this episode on teaching teens smart money habits please comment and share. Don't forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes to get automatic episode updates for our Mentor Select | Parenting Teens To Be Successful Adults and bonus content - https://mysoundwise.com/soundcasts/1590066277980s Thanks for listening!
Real Estate Allowing for Life After Tragedy with Jay Gabrani
Property Profits Real Estate Podcast
What you’ll learn in just 17 minutes from today’s episode: Learn about the simple strategy that has served Jay well in his real estate career Discover the tragic story that inspired him to create a business called Prepared Fathers focusing on how to build a real estate portfolio Learn about a new project he is venturing into called Teen Finance Accelerator Resources/Links: http://www.theshorttermshop.com/ Summary: After his first child was born in 2005, Jay Gabrani jumped into the world of real estate investing. Despite several challenges along the way, he built a seven-figure real estate portfolio that helped him take a multi-year sabbatical to deal with the heartbreaking tragedy when his wife passed away in 2014. Today, Jay makes an impact in raising three children and empowering families to secure their Family’s Financial Future as the founder of Prepared Fathers. In this episode, Jay shares how his income from real estate provided him the financial cushion when he needed it the most. And in his quest to find out how millionaires become millionaires, he found that real estate was the way to go. Topics Covered: 01:15 – The primary investment strategy that has served him well 01:58 – What does he buy and hold and why does he advocate one’s focus 03:14 – What does he do with the properties with bungalows on it that he bought 04:22 – Are they bungalows with secondary suites or are they just single-family homes 05:51 – A backstory of what his career was before real estate and what made him shift to the latter 07:15 – How his first real estate investment in Edmonton started 08:17 – What’s his name of the game when in trouble 09:53 – Making the most of joint venture when looking for capital 11:39 – Number of properties he builds with his partners and how did the investment go 12:14 – What is his business called Prepared Fathers all about 13:08 – The tragic story behind what made him start Prepared Fathers 17:51 – What this tragic story taught him and how real estate has been a financial cushion to him 19:56 – His new project: Teen Finance Accelerator – what is it all about Key Takeaways: “I am a strict buy and hold long-term guy. It served me pretty well. And that’s the strategy I just like. I like things simple. I find buy and hold to be simple so that’s what I tend to stick with.” – Jay Gabrani “I had always driven to be successful. I was always rather ambitious, but I wanted to know how millionaires became millionaires. I read a whole bunch of stuff. I chose real estate.” – Jay Gabrani “When you’re going through some trouble. Keep it rented. Keep the space full. So that’s one thing I want people to point out. It’s not always doom and gloom, even when the numbers go down if you stay rented.” – Jay Gabrani “There’s so much money just sitting around. You should never have the excuse of, there’s no money. Because if you don’t have one, that’s fine. Partner, partner. Be resourceful. It’s not about having resources. It’s about being resourceful.” – Jay Gabrani “I love doing the consulting and coaching so Prepared Fathers is what we’ll call an everyday business that I do.” – Jay Gabrani “What I encourage people to do is be ready for life’s curveballs and real estate lets me be ready after that tragic and obviously, a very difficult experience I went through.” – Jay Gabrani Connect with Jay Gabrani: preparedfathers.com LinkedIn Instagram Facebook Connect with Dave Dubeau: Property Profits Podcast www.davedubeau.com www.investorattractiondemo.com Facebook LinkedIn Enjoyed the Podcast? Please subscribe on iTunes for updates
Jay Gabrani: Being Prepared & The Importance of Starting Now
The Mentor Project
For this weeks episode I've got Jay Gabrani on the show. The founder of Prepared Fathers and the host of A Minute with Jay. We talk about: - Leaving the accounting world to start your own business- The pressure of following our parents- How to know if you're in the right career path- Living life with a focus on happiness- The importance of saving - Formal education vs self education- The importance of investing- The power of technology and how it makes starting a business easier than ever- The debt cycle and financial traps- The three questions to ask yourself if you want to start a business- Getting The Mentor Project podcast started- Having a side-hustle- Being prepared- Having your financial paperwork in order- Focusing on what you can control- Having a will- Jay's one regret in life- The opinions of others and what to do about it- Have to vs. get to- The importance of saying noJay: @PreparedFathershttps://www.preparedfathers.comFahad: @fahadlkhan
“Prepared parents are better parents.” -Jay Gabrani Life is full of uncertainties and we do not want to be left without hope and help when these uncertainties come. Wise people do well to prepare. In this episode, Art interviews Jay Gabrani, Founder of Prepared Fathers, to expound on the subject of financial preparedness. Jay shares his heartbreaking story and how this opened his eyes to the importance of preparedness, especially when there are kids involved. Like Jay, we all face stormy days, days that seem unending and hopeless. But his story can motivate us to see our situation in a better angle. It can be just a knockdown and not a knockout, a molehill and not a mountain. But these facts can change depending on how prepared and equipped we are. If you think you’re prepared enough, tune in and see if you truly are. Good parents tell their children to prepare; better parents show them how. Join the Shower Epiphanies Today Expectation Therapy Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Highlights: 03:49 Being My Own Boss 05:33 The Sabbatical 09:09 Grieving Process 14:19 Financial Preparedness 20:32 A Good Insurance Can Save People 27:50 Numbness To The Outside World 34:32 There Is Always Hope 39:56 Molehills And Mountains 42:07 Knockdown Not Knockout
After his first child was born in 2005, Jay jumped into the world of real estate investing. Despite several challenges along the way, he built a multiple seven-figure real estate portfolio. That portfolio helped him take a multi-year sabbatical to deal with heartbreaking personal tragedy when his wife passed away in 2014. This experience lead Jay to reevaluate the purpose of his life while taking a multi year sabbatical. Before his wife passed away, Jay thought he was financially prepared. After going through the experience of being the executor of his wife's estate, he realized he wasn't. Today, Jay makes an impact raising his three children and empowering Fathers to secure their Family's Financial Future as the founder of Prepared Fathers. He achieves this through his one-on-one and group coaching programs and his daily podcast A Minute with Jay. He is a frequent podcast guest and does a limited number of speaking engagements. You can learn more about Jay at jaygabrani.com.
DADs Let's Talk Money! with Jay Gabrani on Domino Thinking with Alison Donaghey
Domino Thinking with Alison Donaghey
DADs Let's Talk Money! Can't wait to talk with Jay Gabrani again! This is the second time he has been on my podcast and I just love the work he is doing to empower fathers to be financially prepared fathers. After his first child was born in 2005, Jay jumped into the world of real estate investing. Despite several challenges along the way, he built a multiple seven-figure real estate portfolio. That portfolio helped him take a multi-year sabbatical to deal with heartbreaking personal tragedy when his wife passed away in 2014. This experience led Jay to reevaluate the purpose of his life while taking a multi-year sabbatical. Before his wife passed away, Jay thought he was financially prepared. After going through the experience of being the executor of his wife's estate, he realized he wasn't.Not only will Jay outline the 3 biggest financial mistakes parents make he will also give 3 strategies to implement today... At least this is the plan!!! Who knows how COVID will impact this conversation. If you don't question something what is the point of believing in it? Get Social: Website - https://www.dominothinking.comFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/dominothinking/Twitter - https://twitter.com/alisondonaghey/LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/alisondonaghey/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/dominothinking/
Jay Gabrani’s Wife Died from Opioids and Now he Wants You To Be Prepared | PoP 448
The Practice of the Practice Podcast | Innovative Ideas to Start, Grow, and Scale a Private Practice
How do you secure your family’s financial future? How do you make sure you’re prepared for life’s curveballs? What are some things you can... The post Jay Gabrani’s Wife Died from Opioids and Now he Wants You To Be Prepared | PoP 448 appeared first on How to Start, Grow, and Scale a Private Practice| Practice of the Practice.
E452: Being Financially Prepared For Any Obstacle With Jay Gabrani
Jay Gabrani built a 7-figure real estate portfolio which he started in 2005. This portfolio allowed him to take a multi-year sabbatical to deal with heartbreaking personal tragedy when his wife passed away in 2014. Today he empowers fathers to secure their family’s financial future as the founder of Prepared Fathers and hosts the podcast A Minute With Jay for fathers who want to become more financially prepared. In this episode, you will learn how to become financially prepared for any obstacle you face. Unfortunately, too many people realize the importance of financial preparedness when they are deep in a process they don't want to be deep in. Jay kept his finances in order his entire life and still wasn't fully prepared for when his wife passed away. Being financially prepared now allows you to avoid money problems later when events like this occur or are on the verge of occurring. Financial freedom is a goal many people have, but financial preparedness is just as important. Here are the key links from this episode: Jay's website -- scroll down for Jay's Ultimate Guide To Financial Preparation Checklist Jay's podcast Did you enjoy this episode? It would greatly help if you subscribe to Breakthrough Success and leave a quick review.
#31: From Sudden Loss of Spouse to “Prepared Fathers” Passion | Jay Gabrani
Get F***ing Real
Jay Gabrani is founder of Prepared Fathers, a company dedicated to helping dads secure their kids’ financial future. Which, in classic mission-driven entrepreneur fashion, is a business he developed after finding himself unprepared for the financial aspects of his wife’s death.Obviously, losing a spouse is a horrific thing to experience—but grief and anguish aside—have you ever thought about the financial repercussions you’d also suffer? In this episode, Jay opens up about being the executor of his wife’s estate and sole guardian of their three young children, and shares that despite his 7-figure real estate portfolio and accounting background, he wasn’t as fiscally prepared as he’d thought. We also get into the minor slip-and-fall accident that led to his wife’s death, and Jay confesses some difficult truths around the real reasons they ended up losing her.Hear what Jay learned going through this intense wormhole, and find out how the struggle after his family’s tragedy now serves his mission today. This one’s a really great “If they can pull it together, so can I” type of episode, so tune in and get inspired!ResourcesGrab your 2 gifts from Jay - How to Oversee Family Finances on Your Smartphone and Ultimate Guide to Financial PreparationThe 12 GFR Commandments - download your own copy nowJoin the GFR Squad - get started for just 20 Bucks! Plus get access to the Squad exclusive video “The Ultimate Guide to Financial Preparation” with Jay GabraniDid you enjoy the podcast?If you liked this episode let me know! Reviews for the podcast on iTunes are much appreciated! This helps us reach entrepreneurs just like you to be unapologetically themselves. If you received value from this episode, it would mean the world if you could take a moment and leave your 5-star rating and positive review. You can do that by visiting right here.