Family Values That Will Last a Lifetime with Rick Sapio
18 Summers: Podcast for Parents
Are you satisfied with the people around you? Today, Rick Sapio reveals a strong concept that will transform your life forever, ideas that will help you discover what is essential to you and your family and live a family you design. Stay tuned to learn how to align your family values and have better long-term results. Key takeaways to listen for Understanding the concept of "Who's in Your Room?" What is values-based decision making Personal vs. family values Why should we adopt The Doorman Principle in our lives? The significance of shared core family values Tips to better align with your personal and family ideals Resources mentioned in this episode Who’s in Your Room? By Rick Sapio| Paperback, Hardcover One Nation Under Therapy by Christina Hoffsummer and Dr. Sally Satel About Rick Sapio Rick is a life-long entrepreneur who started his first business, a bicycle repair shop, after the death of his father when he was just 13 years old. Since that time he has founded more than 20 companies. Rick is the seventh of nine children raised by a mother with serious, life-long mental-health issues. He learned early in life that it's best to think positively about the cards one's been dealt; no matter how difficult those cards seem. Since 1994, Rick has been the founder and CEO of Mutual Capital Alliance, Inc. (“MCA”), a financial holding company. MCA both directly, and through its affiliated funds, has invested into more than 120 different companies. He is a founding GP of Mutual Capital Partners, a private equity firm, since 2003. He is also the founder of the USA Mutuals family of funds, since 2001. Rick is the founding and six-time Chairman of the Gathering of Titans Program. This annual event – currently in its 15th year - is an “entrepreneurs-only” gathering of successful business leaders focused on making the world a better place. This event takes place annually at MIT in Boston. He is a graduate of Rutgers University with a B.S. in Engineering. In 2018, Rick co-authored and published, Who’s In Your Room, a unique book and platform that advocates that the quality of one’s life is dependent on the quality of the people in their life. In the 4 decades since he started his first business, Rick has learned that business growth and success are accelerated when a few key principles are applied. When Rick realized that less than 1% of companies implement these skills, he created "The 12 Foundational Principles of Business;” which form the foundation of his BFS program. He believes that virtually any individual or company can be put on the straightforward path to prosperity and exponential growth, by learning to implement these principles. Rick resides in Dallas with his wife, Melissa, and their four young children. Connect with Rick Website: Who’s In Your Room Connect with Us To learn more about us, visit our website at www.18summers.com or email us at email@example.com. To get a copy of our book “The Family Board Meeting”, click here. Subscribe to 18 Summers Podcast and leave a rating and written review! Social Media Channels Facebook Group: 18 Summers LinkedIn: Jimmy Sheils Instagram: @18summerstribe
On this show, Rick Sapio and Gino Barbaro reveal their investing principles and discuss how Barbell Strategy has helped them achieve massive success as investors. Rick is a life-long entrepreneur who started his first company when he was 13 years old, after the untimely death of his father. Since then, he has founded more than 20 companies. For 24 years, Rick has been the Founder and CEO of a financial holding company, Mutual Capital Alliance, Inc. (MCA), which has made more than 100 investments in the past 24 years. His firm has invested into private companies, public companies, start-ups, and real estate. Currently, MCA has dozens of direct and indirect holdings (through its funds) which include publicly-traded companies and funds, private funds, private companies, real estate, and loans. MCA is also an investor in 10 healthcare and medical device companies. He is proud of being the Founding Chair and six-time Chair of the Gathering of Titans Program, an annual event held at MIT in Boston. He is a 1987 graduate of Rutgers University and holds a bachelor of science degree in engineering. Rick resides in Dallas with his wife, Melissa, and their four children. 𝐊𝐞𝐲 𝐈𝐧𝐬𝐢𝐠𝐡𝐭𝐬: 00:00 Introduction 01:02 What is Barbell Strategy all about 04:44 Short term vs. Long term investor mindset 07:28 Tips to build wealth 10:52 Taking advantage of market cycles 11:33 Values-based decision making 12:47 Finding your purpose 15:32 Who is in your room 17:13 Victimhood won't work, take responsibility of your life 19:44 Your fruits are in your roots 𝐁𝐎𝐍𝐔𝐒: Download our eBook on how you can leverage on our Dual Asset Strategy and become your own source of financing: https://100yearrei.com/ebook-download/ If you want to learn more on why should add a cash value Whole Life Insurance Policy to your financial plan (and even the plan for your children), get in touch with our Team here: https://100yearrei.com/callnow/ 𝐀𝐛𝐨𝐮𝐭 𝐉𝐚𝐤𝐞 & 𝐆𝐢𝐧𝐨 Jake & Gino are multifamily investors, operators, and mentors who have created a vertically integrated real estate company that controls over $100,000,000 in assets under management. They have created the Jake & Gino community to teach others their three-step framework: Buy Right, Finance Right and Manage Right®, and to become multifamily entrepreneurs. #investingtips #investingstrategies #personalfianance @wealthbuilding Jake & Gino Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jakeandgino/ Jake & Gino Twitter: https://twitter.com/JakeandGino Jake & Gino Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/jake-and-gino-llc/ Jake & Gino Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jakeandgino/
520: Rick Sapio, Serial Entrepreneur & Visionary [REPLAY]
Living Wealthy Radio
Our guest today, Rick Sapio, is a long-time strategic partner and dear friend of Teresa’s. Rick is the CEO of Mutual Capital Alliance and a serial entrepreneur who started his first business – a bicycle repair shop – at age 13, shortly after the death of his father. He’s had a lifelong love of learning […] The post 520: Rick Sapio, Serial Entrepreneur & Visionary [REPLAY] first appeared on Living Wealthy Radio.
What would you prefer when you have to choose between opportunity and values? Rick Sapio prefers to choose values. In this episode Rick Sapio, Gino Barbaro and Jake Stenziano share their experience on why values-based decision making can change the outcomes in your business and personal life, while giving you a complete framework to discover the set of values that resonate with your purpose in life. On this episode of The 100 Year Real Estate Investor, Jake and Gino talk with Rick Sapio. Rick is a life-long entrepreneur who started his first company when he was 13 years old, and since then, he has founded more than 20 companies. For 24 years, Rick has been the Founder and CEO of a financial holding company, Mutual Capital Alliance, Inc. (MCA), which has made more than 100 investments in the past 24 years. His firm has invested into private companies, public companies, start-ups, and real estate. Currently, MCA has dozens of direct and indirect holdings (through its funds) which include publicly-traded companies and funds, private funds, private companies, real estate, and loans. The key takeaways from this Podcast include the following: The easiest thing to do in order to change outcomes in your business and your personal life is to have a well-thought set of values that help you take decisions. Now the biggest question is how to derive the core values and purpose in your life. Don’t miss on what Jake advises. It is imperative for you to take responsibilities in your life. We don’t lack motivation, we lack clarity. Don’t get into the culture of victimhood and waste. Spend your time in enriching your mindset, setting goals that help you achieve your larger purpose and vision, and improving your productivity. There is so much more - this podcast is an absolute ‘must-listen’ for you. Be sure to join Jake and Gino each week on the 100 Year Real Estate Investor. Learn more about the 100 Year Real Estate Investor: https://100yearrei.com/ Speak to a 100 Year Real Estate Investor Team Member to find out if you are prepared for what’s coming: https://100yearrei.com/callnow/ - Jake & Gino
Purpose, priorities and values - that’s what shapes up your life and what makes for a ‘100 Year Mindset’. In this episode, Jake and Gino talk with Rick Sapio about the essential elements of a 100 Year Mindset. Rick is a life-long entrepreneur who started his first company when he was only 13 years old, and since then, he has founded more than 20 companies. Rick has been the Founder and CEO of a financial holding company, Mutual Capital Alliance, Inc. (MCA), which has made more than 100 investments in the past 24 years. Currently, MCA has dozens of direct and indirect holdings (through its funds) which include publicly-traded companies and funds, private funds, private companies, real estate, and loans. The key takeaways from this episode include the following: You MUST know your priorities in life. Figure out what percentage of your day is spent focusing on your priorities. You must also know your life’s purpose. Write down your life’s purpose statement. This clarity will guide where you should be focusing your time every day clarity. The number one cause of problems in life is that people aren’t clear on their priorities and purpose. Priorities could be both short and long term, but purpose needs to be long term. Define your values and live by them. This will have a very deep impact on your life. Leverage the ‘Dual Asset Strategy’ to build long-term, generational wealth. When buying whole life insurance, buy it from a mutually owned insurance company. Listen to the podcast to learn more. Learn more about becoming a 100 Year Real Estate Investor: www.100YearREI.com Schedule a call today with a 100 Year Real Estate Investor Team Member: www.100YearREI.com/callnow
For this episode, I welcome fellow real estate investor, Rick Sapio. Rick is a life-long entrepreneur, #1 best-selling author, and TEDx speaker. He has founded more than twenty companies, taken nine companies public, led seventeen corporate turnarounds, and completed capital raises for over thirty companies and funds. Rick also founded The 100-Year Savings Solution, which helps real estate investors become their own source of financing by leveraging the cash value inside of whole life insurance policies. Rick first shares his background story. He is the seventh of nine children. When he was a kid, his mom suffered a nervous breakdown from which she never recovered. When Rick was eleven years old, his dad got diagnosed with cancer. He was given only 6 more weeks to live, but ended up having another two and a half years which he spent teaching Rick and his siblings how to be resourceful. Rick believes that it was his father who instilled in him good values from which he was able to make good decisions. Rick then goes on to talk about the first business he started. He earned his first income by delivering New York Daily News to over 200 doorsteps each morning, seven days a week. Then when he was thirteen years old, he opened a bicycle shop with one of his friends. He would buy used bikes, fix them up and sell them. This later evolved into him building engines and cars through college. At the age of twenty-three, he was able to buy three rental properties. We then move on to talking about the one thing that Rick believes really changed his life. After his father died, Rick was determined to find mentors. His first mentor advised him to get an engineering degree and even though Rick never thought about college before, after that one conversation his path was set. He was able to get a scholarship and after he graduated he got a job in a company that bought bonds of bankrupt companies. As a result of doing that in the late 80s and early 90s he got to interact with some amazing people that were in that same space, people like Warren Buffett, Carl Icahn, and Leon Black. This led to Rick starting his own company, which he still has twenty-seven years later. Then we discuss what value-based decision-making means to Rick. He explains that every decision we make in our life that is not aligned with our values, has a high probability of going against the grain and causing issues. He also shares that his main values are simplicity, probability, and leverage and how his values allow him to do all the things that are important to him, both personally and professionally. Eventually, we discuss Rick’s amazing project of interviewing 40 billionaires and the lessons he learned from them. It all started with Rick visiting Thomas Boone Pickens on his ranch (that was bigger than the state of Rhode Island). This was his first billionaire interview and it just kept growing from there. Rick explains that it’s all about providing value. He learned that they needed a relationship with him as much as he needed one with them because it was all about value exchange. Lastly, we talk about the 100 Year Saving Solution. A long time ago, one of Rick’s friends turned him to dividend-paying whole life insurances. This led Rick to partner with an insurance agency and that is how the 100 year real estate investor was created. The thing that Rick loves most about it is it keeps people focused on the long term. With the 100 Year Saving Solution, the money you invest goes into the policy first, and then you borrow against the policy and buy the asset. This way, you have two assets and a way to leverage. Don’t miss this episode of the Just Start Real Estate Podcast with Rick Sapio, and get advice from a man who has talked to the best of the best in the world! Notable Quotes: “My whole life has been about finding mentors and making something from nothing.” Rick Sapio “If you instill in people values to make decisions from, they don't make as many mistakes.” Rick Sapio “When you make a mistake, it sets you back five steps.” Rick Sapio “Simplicity, probability, and leverage are the operating values that I use in my personal and business life.” Rick Sapio “New York Daily News and 200 people on my route. Didn't matter if it was raining, if there were hurricanes or ice on the ground. It had to be delivered before 5:30a.” Rick Sapio “There was no such thing as sick, there was no such thing as tired, there's no such thing as I don't want to.” Rick Sapio “You have no idea what one conversation can do if you're committed to somebody.” Rick Sapio “Your values are really your DNA and I believe everybody has a unique list of values that they're born with.” Rick Sapio “How do you meet these people? The answer is you provide value.” Rick Sapio “Provide value and people will tend to give you their time.” Mike Simmons “Long-term thinking informs what you do today.” Rick Sapio Links: 100 Year Saving Solution 100 Year Saving Solution on Facebook 100 Year Saving Solution on Twitter 100 Year Saving Solution on Instagram 100 Year Saving Solution on LinkedIn Who's in Your Room: The Secret to Creating Your Best Life Multifamily Live Event 7 Figure Flipping Return on Investments Just Start Real Estate JSRE on Facebook Mike on Facebook Mike on Instagram Mike on LinkedIn Mike on Twitter Level Jumping: How I Grew My Business to Over $1 Million in Profits in 12 Months
BFS Founder Rick Sapio interviews Max Borges, an entrepreneur who in 2002 founded the Max Borges Agency - a tech-focused public relations firm. In this episode, Rick and Max discuss how Max took his agency from an "AFM" or "Anything For Money" mindset to a mindset of optimism without limitation. This optimism has led Max to countless opportunities both personal and professional that have given him more success than he had ever dreamed of. Through the years he has accumulated bits of wisdom that serve him each and every day. By studying the habits of business and strategy icons, he built his agency to more than 50 employees and $10 million a year in revenue.
Ep. 63-Rick Sapio:Total Life Fulfillment (Even During A Pandemic)
You Winning Life
Rick Sapio is one of my personal mentors who has drastically changed my life that past few years through my participation as a student and now as a Certified Coach in his Business Finishing School program. First featured in Episode 14, Rick is back to discuss how you can have total life fulfillment, even during a pandemic.Founder and CEO of Mutual Capital Alliance, Inc., a financial holding company, Rick has made more than 100 investments in other companies. His life's purpose is to inspire entrepreneurship, which led him to start Business Finishing School (“BFS”). We discuss how you can change your mindset to become more fulfilled and on purpose, even during a pandemic and a global crisis. Learn more about how you can bring more Simplicity, Probability and Leverage to your business and life by attending Business Finishing School's Growth Summit and joining the curriculum based program: http://bit.ly/BfsgrowthCheck out his book Who's In Your Room:https://amzn.to/37j8CdaJason Wasser, LMFT is a Licensed Therapist and Certified Coach and works with entrepreneurs and young professionals online. He can be found on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/youwinninglifeMuse Meditation- Relaxation Made Easy Brain Sensing Headbands That Improve Your MeditationBusiness Finishing School Empowering successful companies & families to maximize results.Wasser's Furniture Highlighting what's great about buying your furniture from a brick and mortar family business!Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
Values in Your Business Values in Your Home | Rick Sapio
The Evan York Podcast
Crystalizing the values of your life is perhaps the most important thing you can do for your company and for your own self. Rick is a practitioner of simplicity and he is an expert at creating a vision to work towards.