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Cashflow Diary™

J. Massey, real estate investor, entrepreneur, sales coach, instructor, master facilitator of Robert Kiyosaki’s CASHFLOW™ 101 games and creator of Cashflow™ Diary, offers free training courses for new and experienced investors. Break through the clutter of learning real estate and business investing and become a successful entrepreneur. Listen to beneficial strategies to improve your skills in prospecting, placing offers, closing deals, buying, selling, wholesaling, fix & Flips, rehabs and much more. By way of Cashflow™ Diary, J. Massey basically gives away current industry strategies by simply teaching what he does daily as a real estate practitioner. Start Learning For Free Today.

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CFD 395 [REPLAY 023] - How to Produce Passive Income, Find Leads, and Build a Team in Real Estate

Would you believe me if I told you that you are capable of purchasing a property and  selling that property without having to have any earnest money in as little as seven days? Listen now, as J. Massey teaches a live audience how making assumptions limits your possibilities and opportunities to learn, grow and get paid.

40mins

24 Jul 2017

Rank #1

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CFD 443 - Getting Started and Staying Started in Real Estate Investing

Whitney Nicely went from no investments (or strategies) to 19 houses, 19 apartment units and 7 chunks of land in less than three years all bringing monthly money to her bank account on autopilot. She has traveled the United States speaking on stages, teaching her simple strategies, and meeting with other successful real estate investors- and still buying houses the way she teaches others. On this episode, she shares how starting something like real estate can seem scary from the outset. When you focus on your seller and buyers, that takes the pressure off you. Your goal in this life should be to help as many people as you can, keep your efforts small, personal, and smooth.

44mins

25 Jan 2018

Rank #2

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AHP: Debts, Chaos, and Cashflow

Jorge P. Newbery is on a mission to help Americans crushed by unaffordable debts. He is Founder and Chairman of American Homeowner Preservation LLC and AHP Servicing LLC. AHP crowdfunds the purchase of non-performing mortgages from banks at big discounts, then shares the discounts with struggling homeowners. AHP Servicing LLC will bring social responsibility and a willingness to do the right thing to an industry often devoid of caring, compassion and basic human decency. On this episode of the CashFlow Diary Podcast, Jorge explains that the most important thing is to take that first step. Then the second step, then the third step. List the steps and take the first one. Don’t look all the way to the finish line, work on getting through the first mile. Break it down into achievable bites that get you closer to your goal.

42mins

12 Apr 2018

Rank #3

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CFD 340 [REPLAY 274] – How I Did My First 117 Units of Property and Beyond

In this short Cash Flow diary podcast episode I talk about a few of the basics, like how I did my first deals (because I get the question all the time), how to raise capital and how to generate leads. What you’ll learn is to do things in a certain sequence, which will help get others to enroll in your process. It’s like planting your lands in preparation for a harvest. You have to plow the land, prepare the soil, seed it, do a few more things to keep cultivating and nurturing your crops… and finally get to the harvest. (In real estate transactions, the close of the deal is your harvest.) In this episode you will learn about the importance of conducting the III interview (triple “I”) with everyone you want to work with. That’s because you want your buyers, investors and sellers to be in total alignment with your goals, mission and vision. If they don’t fit you can’t force them to fit. If you do, you’ll be sorry at some point down the road. You’ll also learn how to generate leads wherever you go. Whether that’s at Starbucks or the mall or in line at the grocery store. Again, it’s like planting seeds. You don’t just plant in one spot. You spread them around so you get a big, healthy crop. If you want a better look at generating leads in the real world, you need to check out our Lead Machine Video Course. If you do, you can actually begin generating leads minutes after taking the course! It happens all the time. (It gives you all my offline lead-generation strategies I used when I was starting out as an investor and strategies I use even today!) You will want to take notes as you listen to this episode. It is taken from a recent Periscope session I did on lead generation. We are archiving these videos in our member area, so if you are a Cashflow Core Member you can go watch it and take screen shots of the graphics I drew in this one! (BTW, you’ll hear my kids in the background. They have taken the role of my official “heart monitors” because we’re trying to reach a million hearts on Periscope by the end of the month.) Learn more. LISTEN NOW.

36mins

2 Jan 2017

Rank #4

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CFD 392 [REPLAY 007] - How to Choose Where to Get Started

The desire to become a real estate or business entrepreneur begins with a desire from within. Identifying, a mission you would like to accomplish through your business is key and aids in your continued success. A mission will keep you focused on why your business is important, what your business serves and when you plan to accomplish certain goals through the mission of your business. Listen now to learn more on how to pin point the who and how. 

30mins

10 Jul 2017

Rank #5

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CFD 349 - Why “Where are you?” is the most important question you should ask yourself - Paul Oberschneider

Paul Oberschneider is a seasoned start-up entrepreneur and property financier, who has personally built businesses worth over 200 million. Since 1992, he helped start a bank credit department, founded a mortgage company, and built the largest single-branded real estate company across five countries in Central Europe. He also developed a portfolio of shopping centers and hypermarkets in Eastern Europe, constructing over two million square feet of retail space. Oberschneider retired at age 49 before the financial crisis of 2008. Over the last two years, he’s grown a chain of nineteen fast food restaurants in London and is involved in the Oxford entrepreneur community, where he serves as a mentor for start-ups and is a speaker.

45mins

2 Feb 2017

Rank #6

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The Science of Getting Rich

David Neagle is the bestselling author of The Millions Within: How to Manifest Exactly What You Want and Have an EPIC Life!. He is one of the architects of the coaching and personal growth industry, and has spoken or worked alongside Bob Proctor, Marianne Morrisey, and Tony Robbins. Podcast Highlights Who is David Neagle? David was a person that was truly confused about the meaning of life. He came from a place of dysfunction in childhood and sought the answers to his questions from his teachers, parents, and mentors but no one could answer him. He ended up venturing on his own and turned into a curious kid on the wrong path in life. He could really relate to the idea of “I don’t like what I am doing, but I don’t know what to go do.” At some point, David made the decision to follow the desires of his own heart which put him into a different emotional state, and his results soon changed as well. He wanted to set up his life so that he could do what he loved, with the people he loved. Why do we feel like we need permission? We are raised to believe that we need permission in order to advance in life. Permission is subconsciously linked to security which is something that is vital to human beings. The proper role of a parent is to turn over the power to make decisions to their children as they grow over time but many dysfunctional families end up with children taking care of the parents instead. We live in a world of conflicting ideas and information, without a set of core values to guide us through life we begin to look for others to guide us and tell us what we need to do. Questions About Suffering Are we meant to suffer? David had a near death experience when he was younger that completely changed his perspective on life and brought a sense of urgency to his life. David was working six days a week and couldn’t earn more than $20,000 a year and felt stuck. He was emotionally and physically exhausted while on the job one day that he had a complete breakdown and asked for direction. He received the answer “change your attitude” and decided to act like he loved what he did, do every job to the best of his ability, and treat everyone with respect from then on. Within 30 days he went from $20,000 a year to $62,000 and realized he was on to something big. Your attitude determines your altitude. The Science of Getting Rich For years the book The Science of Getting Rich had been around David but he always thought it was a book about economics, that was until many people told him he had to read it. After reading The Science of Getting Rich in a single afternoon, he realized that it contained the answers he was always looking for. Once he got clarity, David was able to make positive changes to his life much faster. Lack of clarity is the primary obstacle in people’s lives. There is so much conflicting information in the world and if the information you discover conflicts with the principles you were raised with, it creates an internal battle. Until that battle is resolved, it’s impossible to get clear on your life. Where did the courage to teach others come from? David was waking up in the middle of the night for six months. Every night he awoke with the thought that if he wanted to live his dream, he had to leave, but he didn’t understand what it was that he had to leave. He called his mentor Bob Proctor who told David to just quit. He learned that the decision always comes first. You always get what you need when you need it. You will not replay a pattern in your life that you haven’t experienced before. To grow you have to acknowledge the desire in your heart. The conflict that comes in for a lot of people is they believe that’

44mins

8 Nov 2018

Rank #7

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CFD 362 - The Practicing Mind: Developing focus an discipline in your life.

The Practicing Mind will teach you to unlearn the mindset that tells you that you are incomplete and that happiness is some place outside of yourself, some place other than in the process of what you are doing right here and right now. It will give you the tools you need to accomplish any task you choose and to conquer the challenges you face in life while at the same time feeling patient with yourself, your life and incredibly self-empowered.

52mins

20 Mar 2017

Rank #8

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CFD 430 - The Principles Of Real Estate Investing

Erik Stark is an Expert Real Estate Entrepreneur, Educator, Marketer, Ubercool Dad and Dedicated Husband of 13+ Years. Erik has purchased hundreds of properties, created masterful marketing pieces, shared the stage with the top real estate and personal development educators, helped thousands of people improve their lives and continues to pour his life into people, friendships, disciplines, breakthroughs and growth.   Podcast Highlights Who is Erik Stark? If you want to know who Erik really is you have to observe him, not just listen to his words. Erik originally went to take the test for his Real Estate license right out of high school but after being told there wasn’t enough people in the class and the test was cancelled, he believed that Real Estate wasn’t for him. He later went on to work in an automobile detailing shop where he met up with a friend that convinced him they should go into the Real Estate business together. In the first eight months in business, they closed 35 deals and generated just under a quarter million dollars in profit. What was it like when you realized you could make that kind of money? The biggest breakthrough in Erik’s business life was when he realized he learned a new skill that he could take it wherever he went. Principles of Real Estate Investing “The man who chooses his own principles can gladly choose his own methods throughout life.” Ralph Waldo Emerson Success and entrepreneurship is not about what’s quick and easy. It’s about a systematic approach to testing and improving your process. What are your top three principles? Stop chasing an opportunity and work a strategy instead. Focus on lead generation. Focus on your vision and don’t abandon it for something new and shiny. There are a million ways to make money in Real Estate, but when you strategy aligns with your values that’s when you create something very special. Once you have a team that can execute, your job becomes generating leads to keep the team working. Taking lead generation to the next level is how you can stand out in the marketplace. Everyone questions their path every once in awhile. When you know your “why”, it will lead you to the right path towards greatness. You will never outearn your personal growth. What is it in your vision that helps you push through? There is no growth without trials. Get comfortable being uncomfortable. There is risk no matter which path through life you pick. Erik’s Takeaway You have to find something bigger than yourself that is going to help you keep it together when the negative voices start talking. Break it down to its core so you know exactly why you’re pushing so hard. With regards to Real Estate, learn it from a street level that is close to home. Have as many conversations with buyers, sellers, and lenders of Real Estate that you can. Links: realestatewhileyoudrive.com therealerikstark.com Thank you for listening! If you enjoyed this podcast, please subscribe to the show on iTunes!

42mins

11 Dec 2017

Rank #9

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CFD 319 - Mat Sorensen Reveals a “Hidden” Private Capital Source You Need to Know About NOW.

Cash Flow Diary podcast guest Attorney Mat Sorensen is the guy that I was fortunate to meet and work with a few years ago. He is also the person who first introduced me to the idea of using SDIRAs, which happens to be the “most investable section of cash” available to you as a real estate entrepreneur in the world. Mat would know; he’s an author who wrote the book on SDIRA rules. He’s also a speaker, trainer, radio show host and all-around great guy! So, what does “SDIRA” mean? Simply it means “Self-Directed IRA” and as such it means the monies in that type of account can be used to invest in properties… like YOUR properties. And it’s not all that tough to rollover or transfer monies from a traditional IRA into one that is self-directed. You can’t do it, but there are companies that specialize in that sort of thing. You need a custodian for the self-directed account. Guess what Mat helps people do? Mat is one of people who can help people open SDIRAs, because that’s one of the things his firm advises clients to do. In fact, Mat has advised thousands of clients with self-directed retirement plan investments, because he is one of the go-to experts on the topic in the country.  Today, Mat has established IRA/LLCs, partnerships, private offerings, corporations, and other investment structures with self-directed IRAs and 401(k)s. In addition to account owners, over the years his clients have included trust companies, financial institutions, insurance companies, hedge funds, investment sponsors, and third party administrators. If you meet people who have self-directed IRAs, those people can invest in your deals. It pays to find out what type of retirement accounts those people you meet happen to have. And if they have a more traditional IRA or retirement account, you can help them move it to being a self-directed account… if you know who to send them to. Mat is a trusted source, because he is someone I can personally attest to that really knows his stuff.  Stick with this episode and you’ll learn that people might be calling your IRA “self-directed” when it absolutely is not. You’ll also learn what a truly self-directed IRA is and what it can do… which is invest in real estate. There are rules, however, and you need to follow them by the letter of the law. You aren’t the one investing; your IRA is.  This is a very educational episode, so make sure you keep a notepad next to you if you can as you listen. Mat does his best at using layman’s terms to explain the complicated stuff he does. Learn more. LISTEN NOW. 

47mins

20 Oct 2016

Rank #10

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Fearless Wealth and Living The Undiversified Life

RC Peck, sits at the intersection of money and human behavior. For over 20 years he's helped people hear what their money is trying to tell them. His struggle with dyslexia, watching his parents' life savings get embezzled, and his background in Neuro-Linguistic-Programming (NLP), taught him to question the obvious. He now uses his ability to see what others can't see which brings clarity and insight to a world that is often described as confusing and overwhelming. His fearless wealth message is clear. Listen to your money. It's trying to tell you how to get the life you want.   Podcast Highlights Who is RC Peck? The first answer that came to RC was a time when he was in 7th grade and taking martial arts. He was able to buy throwing stars for $2 and take them to school and sell them for $8, it was just something made sense for him to do. It just came naturally, he saw the excitement in others and the opportunity became obvious. RC didn’t know that he was dyslexic until his 30’s, all throughout school RC felt like he was smart but his teachers and test scores told a different story. This lead him to pursuing more creative courses like art, something that came easily to him and that he excelled at. He thinks of his dyslexic journey and sees a lot of people going through the same process, but with their money. There is a form of investment dyslexia that is holding people back. When RC’s parent’s life savings were embezzled when he was 19, that was when he realized that something was wrong with the investment world. The biggest investment mistake in the world is the belief that “I trust and like fill in the blank!” People trust anyone other than themselves to grow their money. Where does the idea of diversification and fearless wealth come from? Diversification is an idea from the 50’s, from academia before there were computers as we know them today. The idea of diversification is not inherently wrong, you will still eventually get to where you want to go, but there are probably better options depending on what your goal is. We are never given the choice to not diversify because it is so common place we never even question the idea. Doing things that go against the mainstream current can be scary, so people rarely look at their assumptions and the common wisdom around investing. There are only two things that humans can not tolerate, the first thing is not belonging. The second is not knowing the rules. A good parent can be much stricter, as long as they are consistent with their rules. People can even feel “good” about losing half of their investment portfolio value, as long as everybody else is losing too. People with investment dyslexia know there’s a problem, they just don’t have the words to describe it. What are the words that will set us free? The stock market is an idea that is loaded with negative emotions. When you read a headline that screams “Market Crash!”, your brain is interpreting that as a real, tangible threat. But if you look at an image of a graph of the stock market, you’ll put the whole thing in context and that can shortcut your brain’s fight or flight reaction. We are not taught to think visually, we are taught to think in words and sentences and the whole time your brain is bringing up associated images that is driving your life. When in doubt, zoom out. We are under attack, not by animals with claws, but from people who are paid very well that know that if they can make you angry or scared. Simple and easy are not the same thing. The defense and offense for fearless wealth is simple but not easy. You start with an image because that will rewire your brain. It can prevent your brain from going into panic mode, and can prime you to push toward your goals. To be successful in any area, you have

46mins

10 Jun 2019

Rank #11

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CFD 303 - Kenneth D. Campbell

Ken created and edited for 20 years an influential investment newsletter; co-wrote The Real Estate Trusts: America’s Newest Billionaires, first full-length book on REITs; and co-founded a global firm managing $20 billion in assets. Born in the western Pennsylvania steel town of Butler, Ken received his undergraduate degree from Capital University in Bexley (Columbus), OH, and his MBA from the Graduate School of Business Administration (now Stern Business School) of New York University.  After stints as associate and news editor of House & Home magazine, he joined Standard & Poor’s Corp. as a security analyst before forming Audit Investments Inc. in 1969.  His investment advisory and editorial experiences at Audit are recounted in Watch That Rat Hole … and Witness the REIT Revolution. Now eighty-six, Ken lives with Irene, his wife of sixty-five years, outside Philadelphia.

55mins

25 Aug 2016

Rank #12

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CFD 318 - Kathleen Peddicord Tells Us to Write Our Own Story of Success No Matter Where We Live

You wonder how the heck can you stop working your day job? This is a great episode of the Cash Flow Diary podcast to listen to, because guest Kathleen Peddicord could be considered the foremost authority on ways to get to that goal!  Kathleen is the founder and publisher of Live and Invest Overseas, and boy… has she ever traveled. This impressive woman has lived abroad for decades. But did she ever plan the life she lives now? Not by a long shot. In fact, she says it was accidental. While Kathleen always thought it would be neat to live in another country and had a love for castles and such, she didn’t know how she would get there. As a writer she had a very romantic idea of what that life might be like. Then something happened that allowed her to ride on the coattails of one of her bosses and mentors. She took a job that allowed her to travel and then got the opportunity to open and run a publishing business in Ireland.  From there, Kathleen was on her way to living her dream, living and working abroad in different countries. That’s something pretty cool for a small town girl from Baltimore with big dreams of becoming a writer, a dream she had since 6th grade. Kathleen started in Baltimore in publishing, starting as a proofreader, then editor and finally becoming a writer. That opened a lot of doors for her.  So how did Kathleen make the leap from writer to world-traveling entrepreneur? After 23 years working for one publishing company, he decided to retire. She didn’t need to work; she had saved money; her husband worked and brought in an income. That was when she was 45. Kathleen would be a full-time stay-at-home mom. At that time she was in Paris.  Kathleen says if you’re going to do nothing, Paris is a perfect place to do it, because she was able to take 6-hour walks with her young son and on her own. She was happy, but one day at 2 o’clock while she was sitting in a park she saw a friend who asked her what the heck she was doing. That’s the AHA! moment that made her realize she needed to start a business. She walked home and talked to her husband. They decided that to make her new business a reality that they would have to move out of Paris. They chose Panama. To get the backstory on that part, you’re going to have to listen to this episode of Cash Flow Diary. The short story is that Panama is an excellent place for North Americans to start a business! Learn more. LISTEN NOW.

56mins

17 Oct 2016

Rank #13

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CFD 274 – How I Did My First 117 Units of Property and Beyond

In this short Cash Flow diary podcast episode I talk about a few of the basics, like how I did my first deals (because I get the question all the time), how to raise capital and how to generate leads. What you’ll learn is to do things in a certain sequence, which will help get others to enroll in your process. It’s like planting your lands in preparation for a harvest. You have to plow the land, prepare the soil, seed it, do a few more things to keep cultivating and nurturing your crops… and finally get to the harvest. (In real estate transactions, the close of the deal is your harvest.) In this episode you will learn about the importance of conducting the III interview (triple “I”) with everyone you want to work with. That’s because you want your buyers, investors and sellers to be in total alignment with your goals, mission and vision. If they don’t fit you can’t force them to fit. If you do, you’ll be sorry at some point down the road. You’ll also learn how to generate leads wherever you go. Whether that’s at Starbucks or the mall or in line at the grocery store. Again, it’s like planting seeds. You don’t just plant in one spot. You spread them around so you get a big, healthy crop. If you want a better look at generating leads in the real world, you need to check out our Lead Machine Video Course. If you do, you can actually begin generating leads minutes after taking the course! It happens all the time. (It gives you all my offline lead-generation strategies I used when I was starting out as an investor and strategies I use even today!) You will want to take notes as you listen to this episode. It is taken from a recent Periscope session I did on lead generation. We are archiving these videos in our member area, so if you are a Cashflow Core Member you can go watch it and take screen shots of the graphics I drew in this one! (BTW, you’ll hear my kids in the background. They have taken the role of my official “heart monitors” because we’re trying to reach a million hearts on Periscope by the end of the month.) Learn more. LISTEN NOW.

36mins

16 May 2016

Rank #14

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CFD 353 - Secrets to workplace productivity and high performance with Bob Pozen

Robert Pozen is Chairman Emeritus of MFS Investment Management and a senior lecturer at MIT's Sloan School of Management. He is also a Senior Research Fellow at the Brookings Institution and the former Associate General Counsel for the SEC. He's the author of the bestselling book, "Extreme Productivity: Boost Your Results, Reduce Your Hours".

52mins

16 Feb 2017

Rank #15

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CFD 307 - Gary Beasley Says Angels Like Entrepreneurs!

So, is there a way out of the 9-to-5? Um, yes. That’s what you’ll learn in this episode of the Cash Flow Diary podcast from guest Gary Beasley, who took his own experience in real estate to create his own entrepreneurial thing. You’re sure to get answers to your burning questions about jumping into the real estate investing pool.  As you might have guessed, Gary wasn’t always the real estate entrepreneur he is today who started www.Roofstock.com, which is something that allows a whole lot more people to participate in real estate investing than ever before. In Gary’s words, he’s proud to have been a part of building a very disruptive company and makes money for the investors and the employees! But he says another thing that gets him excited about Roofstock is the psychic rewards he receives from knowing he is a part of this brainchild. Gary loves what he’s doing! Coming from a small town in Indiana, he grew up in a traditional, hard-working family where he learned the value of working toward goals. Gary said he feels fortunate not to have grown up with money, because he’s known a number of people who came from money and lacked the motivation to get out there in the real world and do anything special. Gary says that early on he knew the path he didn’t want to take was one that would force him into clipping coupons and working in a company Monday through Friday.  Gary says that you don’t need your own money to get started as an entrepreneur. While you can’t start a company that requires a lot of capital to get it going, if you have a great idea and a well-thought-out business plan, you can capture the interested of angel investors. In fact, in his experience, investors often like the “scrappy entrepreneur” who will work really hard to make the dream become a successful, income-producing reality.  You’ll learn a lot about courage, drive, motivation and what makes an entrepreneur great in this episode. Listen to Gary’s story and how he describes his personal journey to success, what he didn’t like about being in a business vs. helping others start businesses and creating real wealth, and why he changed his path to becoming the entrepreneur he is today. LISTEN NOW.

40mins

8 Sep 2016

Rank #16

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CFD 297 - The Path To Wealth with May McCarthy

Since 1982, May McCarthy has helped to start and grow six successful companies as large as $100 million in annual revenues. She is a best-selling author, speaker, university lecturer and angel investor. She serves on business, philanthropic, arts and university boards. May has become successful by implementing spiritual principles into her ventures, and it is her passion to pass her knowledge on to others. She is the author of the best-selling book The Path to Wealth: Seven Spiritual Steps for Financial Abundance.

49mins

4 Aug 2016

Rank #17

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CFD 358 [REPLAY 014] - Why you need cashflow, a business, and the Cashflow 101 Board game

Whether you buy & hold, fix-n-flip, wholesale or just live in one, home is where your story begins. Listen now, as J. Massey takes us up close and personal with Popi and Ayanna Massey to share their intimate views on the power of entrepreneurship. 

30mins

6 Mar 2017

Rank #18

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CFD 299 - Mark Rampolla Tells Us to Build Something Great by Going Somewhere No One Else Will!!

Cash Flow Diary podcast guest Mark Rampolla is the man behind Zico Coconut Water. I’m talking about the highly popular coconut water beverage my family knows and loves!! Mark wrote a book that has to do with his journey, too. It’s titled High Hanging Fruit and it’s a recommended read. Mark wasn’t always the trend-setting entrepreneur he is today. BUT what drove him toward starting his own business is that he was never quite like his peers. He wasn’t into the trends, but he watched them with interest.  He also knew how to set goals. So before he chose the product he wanted to launch he needed something that would scale. He wanted something healthy and that would make people’s lives better if they took it into their bodies. After lots of research and because he happens to love coconut water, Mark and his wife decided that’s what his road to wealth and success would be.  This success didn’t happen overnight. But then when does that ever happen in real life? He put in 9 years of hard work up front as he grew his brand. Everyone in his little company worked toward his mission. (It’s always about more than just the possible money we can make, right?)  The great news is that Mark’s little company isn’t little any longer. Because of Mark’s dedication and beliefs about the benefits of his products, he attracted excellent talent to the company, which made growth happen naturally.  Mark’s story is very unique… and I don’t use that word often. This guy’s energy is contagious. He has a great amount of wisdom that he shares about building a business of YOUR dreams, and if this interview doesn’t motivate you to move further toward your goals, well, I don’t know what to say. Listen in particular to what Mark has to say about “going where others don’t want to go” to get to the success he now enjoys. Learn more. Listen now. 

43mins

11 Aug 2016

Rank #19

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CFD 312 - David Essel Tells You to Release the Power Within and Let Your Light Shine for All to See!

David Essel has helped thousands of people from around the world achieve their greatest goals in every area of life. From doubling and even tripling their income, to freeing themselves of the chains of addictions that bind them to negative thoughts and actions, to preparing themselves to experience deep and true love, to getting the body they’ve always wanted, to releasing long-held negative attitudes that started long ago in life and more.  In this very personal episode of the Cash Flow Diary podcast, David talks about how he helps people so they can overcome deep depression and anxiety, and even emotional and sexual abuse. The work he does helps others change their lives in a very real way so they can become the person they always wanted to be, have the careers they always wanted and create dramatic success as business owners, entrepreneurs or just live a higher quality of life experiencing improved relationships with everyone in their lives.  As a renowned expert in the field of co-dependency, David has helped thousands of individuals around the world shatter the “largest addiction known to man.” If you want to know what that is, you’re going to have to listen to this episode cuz I’m not telling. However, I will say he does this by showing others how to form a deep, personal connection with God or one’s higher power to affect lasting change.  If you’ve ever wondered how you’re going to reach the top of the hill when you feel like your feet are stuck deep in the mud at the bottom of the valley, this is the episode of Cash Flow Diary for you. Get real with yourself. Get inspired. Make real change happen. Be the person you’re meant to be! Learn more. LISTEN NOW.

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26 Sep 2016

Rank #20