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The Capitalism.com Podcast Network presents content for those who are bold enough create change, pursue wealth, find freedom, take control of their health, and reach their full potential.

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I didn’t appreciate the foul language at all

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It would have been nice for you to label your podcast episode with Suzy as explicit, which would have given me the choice to hear foul language if I wanted to. It is sad to know of the pain Suzy and her sister suffered at the hands of a so called Christian, and I hope that their lives are much better now.

Put Your Money On This Horse

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Ryan definitely has his finger on the pulse of business today. He delivers high quality actionable content with a fresh perspective based his own & others success and failures. Highly recommend to everyone for a accurate definition of capitalism. Dan Hillenbrand Modern Cowboy Podcast

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580 Ratings
Average Ratings
547
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I didn’t appreciate the foul language at all

By 1q2w3escvfds12 - Nov 07 2019
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It would have been nice for you to label your podcast episode with Suzy as explicit, which would have given me the choice to hear foul language if I wanted to. It is sad to know of the pain Suzy and her sister suffered at the hands of a so called Christian, and I hope that their lives are much better now.

Put Your Money On This Horse

By Dan Hillenbrand - Oct 04 2019
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Ryan definitely has his finger on the pulse of business today. He delivers high quality actionable content with a fresh perspective based his own & others success and failures. Highly recommend to everyone for a accurate definition of capitalism. Dan Hillenbrand Modern Cowboy Podcast

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How The Rich Use Infinite Banking For Tax Free Wealth

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Many of Ryan’s students have successfully built businesses that they have then sold for millions of dollars. When you’re suddenly endowed with that much cash, what do you do with it? It’s prudent to invest, but there are so many options... how do you know which are the best not only for the sake of security but also for the sake of continued growth of your assets? On this episode of Freedom Fast Lane, Ryan chats with Sam Prentice of Wealthpoint, a company that offers life insurance policies that are also assets in their own right. It may sound strange but once you hear this episode you’ll understand how it could be one of the smartest investment decisions you could ever make.

Imagine an asset with a limited downside that continues to grow even when you borrow against it.

In this conversation, Ryan chats with Sam Prentice of Wealthpoint to find out what infinite banking is all about. Ryan is interested because he’s had some bad experiences with insurance companies before regarding this kind of policy and he wants to know the truth about how it is supposed to work and why it is a good tool for investing. Ryan does his best throughout the conversation to stop for clarification and to keep things simple so you’re likely to get a lot out of the episode. Be sure you listen.

What if you could have an investment that will never go south when the economy does?

The type of insurance policy typically referred to as “infinite banking” is one that has incredible tax benefits but is also set up so that it earns better than average interest. But what happens if the markets go south? In that case, the policy will never lose money, plain and simple. So if interest rates drop into negative ranges the cash in this type of policy will remain safe. No worrying about losing money. And when the market turns around, your policy goes back into its steady climb. Ryan and Sam go into detail about how infinite banking policies work, on this episode, so don’t miss it.

Why is infinite banking called infinite banking?

While today’s guest, Sam Prentice, doesn’t like to use the term “infinite banking,” he does explain why the insurance product he’s describing often bears that name. The insurance policies at the heart of these financial instruments are two-part investments. One is a “death benefit” of sorts that pays out like a typical life insurance policy, should you die. The other is an account that can be borrowed against, in the amount of the insurance policy. Funds borrowed can then be used to purchase other investments while the original policy itself earns interest at a better than average rate. It sounds too good to be true, but is a real thing. You can find out more on this episode.

What could go wrong in an infinite banking arrangement? What are the risks?

When you hear financial tools like infinite banking discussed it can sound too good to be true. That naturally leads you to ask, “What is the downside?” Ryan was very careful to make sure that his guest, Sam Prentice answers that question clearly. Sam says there are 3 main risks to an infinite banking policy, the first one being that should the insurance carrier that holds the policy go under, your investment will be gone. But the chances of that happening are very remote according to Sam. If you’d like to hear the other two risks associated with this type of investment, you need to hear this conversation.

Outline Of This Great Episode
  • [0:22] Who is Sam Prentice and how Ryan has vetted him and his company.
  • [2:20] Ryan’s definition of “infinite banking” and how it can be used for tax-free investing.
  • [7:14] Why people use this approach to invest and save on taxes.
  • [8:45] The tax benefits and 2 ways these accounts can grow.
  • [11:40] How does the cash value of the life insurance policy grow?
  • [16:57] Why is it called “infinite banking?”
  • [24:20] Why diversifying over asset classes is key for building wealth.
  • [31:10] Ryan’s simple version of this this vehicle works.
  • [33:31] Leveraging this asset in a variety of ways at the same time.
  • [37:18] At what point should you consider this sort of investment vehicle?
  • [40:25] What’s the worst-case scenario for this financial instrument?
  • [47:35] The best way for you to connect with Sam’s company.
  • [50:01] Additional questions Ryan will be asking Sam in the future.
Action Steps From This Episode

FOR GETTING STARTED: Consider the cash you have on hand to invest - and how you can best leverage that cash for wealth building instead of just saving. Once you’re ready to do more with the money you’ve earned you are able to consider the advantages of tax strategies and investment instruments like Sam and Ryan discussed on this episode.

FOR GREATER SUCCESS: Consider one of these “infinite banking” accounts as a way to not only have a tangible asset that banks will view very favorably when it comes to lending, but also how you can use the loan to invest in real estate and other assets that provide even more ability to build wealth.

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Jun 26 2017

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How To Invest $1 Million For Long Term Wealth w/ Sam Prentice

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Ryan had a very motivating chat with Sam Prentice, an investment expert and the co-founder of Wealthpoint, about generating passive income through investments. Here’s some of what Sam had to say about what to do if you get a big windfall (from selling a business for example):

Use 1031 exchanges wisely

Some of Sam’s clients used a 1031 exchange to take money from one depreciated property, reinvest it in another property, and defer all capital gain taxes. You can actually 1031 between asset classes as long as they are considered like-kind. Some people exited real estate for a great profit and reinvested the money in oil and gas.

Set up a capital warehouse and then go for the cash flow

First set up a capital warehouse, which means that you will have a limit to how much you can put into it each year. This is basically a liquid place to store capital which earns a return. For the rest of the money, go for anything cash flow.

Keep it simple

Look for assets that have a value and buy countercyclical assets when you don’t know what you’re doing so that you can trade them later. Always keep it simple. Look for sweet spots, aka places where you have a strategic advantage either in knowledge, or in the people that you know, or the sector you are familiar with.

It was great listening to Sam!

Key takeaways:

  • Take advantage of 1031 exchanges
  • Set up a capital warehouse and then go for the cash flow
  • Keep it simple and look for sweet spots

 

Connect with Ryan

Find more amazing podcast discussions on FreedomFastLane.com.

 

Connect with Sam

Find out more about Sam’s company, Wealthpoint, at https://gowealthpoint.com/

Jul 30 2018

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How to buy a business with little to no money

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Shakil Prasla has a unique business model which generates a huge passive income.

Acquiring a business bypasses the time spent on building a business from scratch.

But, when you get a business which hasn’t been reaching it’s full potential, how do you change it into something which makes you money without you needing to spend all of your time on it?

Shakil buys online companies for as little money as possible, sits in the owner’s seat, and delegates systems and processes to a manager.

This has allowed him to purchase eight different online businesses, all of which he has turned into profitable enterprises which makes him money while he has little involvement.

In this episode of Freedom Fast Lane, Shakil explains how his business model works, how he acquires new companies, and the process he takes to make his income passive.

Key takeaways:
  • How to pick profitable products for a long-term investment
  • Finding good people for a successful online business
  • Spotting growth potential in companies you’re interested in acquiring

Connect with Shakil Prasla For more information on Shakil’s passive income business model, go to his website at www.szventures.com.

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Nov 06 2017

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$100 Million In Sales, 1.2 Million Followers, and 1.7 Million Emails (All In 12 Months) w/ Joel Marion #TheOnePercent

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Joel Marion is the co-founder of a $100 million+ business, BioTrust Nutrition (we've had his co-founder Josh Bezoni on the show before). He has truly mastered the art of scaling companies quickly. Joel has ALSO built a personal brand to 8 figures in 12 months garnering over 1.2 million followers, and 1.7 million emails. He has really dialed in how to scale, so in this episode he shares what he is doing differently from everybody else and how you can apply these same tactics.

Come see Joel Marion in person January, 21st-23rd 2019 in Dallas, TX www.TheCapitalismConference.com

Nov 19 2018

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#TBT - The 4 Step Formula to Success in Any Business w/ Mark Ford aka Michael Masterson

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Would you believe that there is a formula to growing your business, one that generates millions of dollars?

Mark Ford (pen name Michael Masterson) created it and has applied it dozens of times. There are four steps in this formula, and Mark shares them with us on today’s episode.

After growing a business to $65 million in four years, Mark took the process and duplicated it over and over again. Entrepreneurs who apply this process in their businesses experience success, and you can too.

Marketing is everything, and copy is king. Once you have those nailed, your business growth will take off.

Mar 07 2019

1hr 7mins

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How to Grow From A 7-Figure 'Small Business' To An 8- or 9-Figure Empire w/ Jeff Hoffman

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Full show notes at https://freedomfastlane.com/

Jeff Hoffman is a remarkable, internationally-successful entrepreneur.

But he attained that success by hiring the best, building a team with them, getting out of their way, and treating them with compassion and respect.

This let him enter industries that he had no professional experience in - like building airport ticket kiosks, and working in film and music - and make a major impact.

Jeff’s incredible journey includes inspirational stories about how scaling to success beyond your dreams means treating your colleagues and employees with empathy. He once declined a potential joint venture when the other company’s CEO spoke derisively of his staff playing baseball at work one morning.

Why pass something like that up? Because he knew in that moment that his counterpart did not respect his employees’ judgment the way he did. And that would have posed trouble for potential joint work.

Join us today on the Freedom Fast Lane as we hear this amazing story and more from Jeff Hoffman. You’ll come away inspired to focus on doing what’s right, on doing what’s good, on being the best person you can be to those around you.

And that’s how you attract the best and brightest to make a strong impact in the business world.

Key takeaways:
  • Your success relies on persuading smarter people to help you
  • You win in business by empathizing with your team
  • Don’t let money denigrate you and your team
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Dec 25 2017

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You Are Enough: The Most Important Lesson Of My Life and Career #TheOnePercent

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This is the most important podcast I have ever done.

I had a major breakthrough in my life, that was THE most impactful shift I have ever had in terms of personal development, and I want to share that with you.

Oct 18 2018

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My First Ayahuasca Experience w/ Ryan Daniel Moran #TheOnePercent

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So, should you do Ayahuasca? No.

But if you want to hear what it was like for Ryan DMT Moran and what he took away from the experience, listen in.

Preface:

Ayahuasca has become this cliché thing that entrepreneurs do, they come back changed and want to tell EVERYONE about it. It’s like being vegan, or doing crossfit.

Ryan wants to make it crystal clear that he is not a hippie and did not want to talk about this experience. He is not an “Ayahuasca person” but since he also attends burning man, he may already be on a slippery slope...

Disclaimer

This interview and associated content is in no way an endorsement or recommendation that anyone should do Ayahuasca or any other illegal drugs — there is nothing you cannot achieve or go do on your own through meditation or spiritual practices.

Key takeaways

How did this come to happen? [2:58] For Ryan, it began years ago with an obsession for the truth — to witness: he left his faith in his mid-twenties because he no longer believed it was true.

This obsession has had him chasing ideas down many a rabbit hole, and he has been on this self-discovery journey for a long time (it would be ill advised for anyone to jump-start their personal discovery journey with the use of potent psychedelics.)

Recently though, his most reasonable, rational friend shared his very positive experience of Ayahuasca, and because this trusted friend did not come from a spiritual background and had such a spiritual experience, Ryan was convinced.

He had never planned on doing Ayahuasca and never wanted to: isn’t that a glowing testament to the power of referrals!

It’s been two weeks [6:04] Ryan’s afterglow is gone now and he’s ready to answer C-Money’s questions from a more grounded place.

Surface questions first [7:28] What does it cost? (Shockingly affordable), What did you feel physically? What did you see?

There were no hallucinations per se — nothing like the open-eyed movie of psilocybin (mushrooms) — the experience was more akin to MDMA (ecstasy) but even then, it doesn’t really encompass the experience.

Imagine that ethereal feeling in the space between consciousness and sleep, when your thoughts are more material, tangible and textured but free.

Imagine being in this state with a lucid mind.

An intensely personal experience [9:17] Aubrey’s Marcus’ recounted experience was diametrically in contrast to that of Ryan.

Don’t take legal advice from a guy on the Internet [10:03] So the shaman prepares the brew from leaves, and hands you the equivalent of a raisin smoothie flavored shot glass...

Where do they find the ingredients?

What are the legal ramifications?

Ryan doesn’t know! But as far as he believes, it’s protected as a religious rite if you fit the criteria...

Anxiety [13:26] Managing his anxiety is a goal that Ryan was hoping to make some headway on with this experience, but on the first day he was met with a mind where thoughts were racing at a million miles an hour “How is this ever going to help me get rid of anxiety?”

That was the first realisation: those thoughts WERE anxiety.

Anxiety is the voice in your head who is constantly judging and making evaluations about right and wrong: you feel anxiety because you are making a judgement and that judgement may be right, or wrong.

I judge my body.

I judge my bank account.

According to what? It’s all subjective, and who’s to say who’s right?

If you stop taking that voice so seriously, if you just remove judgement: there is no more anxiety.

Drive [16:36] Entrepreneurs tend to use anxiety as a tool to move forward, and they often fear healing the wounds that drive them, in case it removes their drive altogether.

But say your driver to get wealth is fear of scarcity, having wealth will not fix it! It will only make it worse: What should I do with my wealth? What if I lose it?

Try thinking of it this way: I don’t want to be happy because unhappiness drives me!

Consciousness [22:56] You dose everyday for 3 days and Ryan’s day 1 was frustrating because he was fighting with the voice of judgement the whole time.

Because of how day 1 unfolded, on day 2 the facilitator gave him a smaller dose before the ceremony followed by a full dose at the ceremony.

This journey was more pleasurable, and Ryan had an out of body experience for which he was required to disidentify with all physical things.

It sounds esoteric but it is a really interesting thought experiment:

Take away the money, the track record, the stuff? I am still me.

Take away health? I am still me.

Take away the “Ryan” construct? I am still me.

Take away your daughter? This was immensely painful but I was sad for me, for what I had lost. Somehow, I am still me.

Everything is temporary and everything is a blessing. If you accept what is, you can create what you want without any attachments to the results.

[27:40] This realisation does beg the question as to the place of legacy in this world… The obsession about legacy, immortality is rooted in a fear of death.

Death [29:37] Three weeks ago Ryan didn’t believe in life after death. He does now.

He tries his hand at explaining life after death in two minutes or less:

In our experience of life, we are slaves to certain rules about our existence as reflected by certain things like biology and physics. Those are reflexions of the physical world.

Ryan asserts that consciousness precedes the physical world and in that construct, when our biology decays and goes away our consciousness remains.

“You remain in the physical world even if your meatsuit goes away.”

Life after death (or before birth) is a physical but not in the sense of a biological experience, it means in essence that your consciousness is situated on a continuum which intersects other realities including this one.

Where is my meatsuit? [:32:21] What does it mean for consciousness to live on without the brain?

Ryan offers 2 analogies to better grasp his understanding of consciousness.

1. The dolphin:

A dolphin swims in the ocean and one day, he jumps out of the water and is amazed — The air! The sky! The trees! Wow! the whole though pattern about this experience is contained in the 3 second jump — and suddenly it becomes scared to lose all of this new wonder. But as soon as it hits the water it realizes it’s home, and home is the same place after the jump as it was before.

Life is the jump. When it’s over you just fold back into what existed before, and that’s home. We need to enjoy the jump, man.

2. The flashlight:

Turn it on and it beams out wide and the light goes on, and on, and on forever and we are all photons in that beam expressing what is happening at its source, the origins of the beam: the singularity.

The lesson [37:03] Ryan’s big lesson from all of this was: Relax.

There is no end or arrival, nothing to grasp, nothing to figure out, to do, no one is in control. Literally nothing is under control.

Anything you chose to do is all equally fine: at the end of it we all go back into the same ocean, weather that means nothingness or pure consciousness.

In that context, there is nothing to fear! You are already fully expressed so dance in it.

Resistance is futile [39:47] We quite literally create the things we don’t want by resisting them. Your resistance to a thing supposes its very existence and possibility.

Trump is the perfect example of this: the reason he is president is because all the people talked about was how he shouldn’t be president (they created the constant media noise about him.)

“Trump shouldn’t be president” is a qualitative statement that includes the possibility of “Trump is president”.

Back to reality [43:58] Ryan has done a lot of personal work and although he did gain some important insight, he didn’t feel the urgency to proselytize as some do after such an intense experience.

Goal [47:29] To be content with what you have, to stop judging and comparing: there are days even Elon Musk doesn’t want to be Elon Musk.

What if we just didn’t play the comparison game? We’d all be equal and actually free! Which would probably result into you doing the thing that will make you the “Elon” of what you love to do.

Happiness [56:23] Stop making life so hard. Ryan has such specific rules as to what is required for him to be happy that it’s easy to fall short, and when he does, he feels miserable.

When he meets other people and they ask what he is up to, his answer is now “I am practicing being happy”. Happiness is the game, and business is just one of the ways Ryan is happy.

Find pleasure in what is.

Leadership [1:00:04] One of the things that occurred to Ryan was that if he wants to become all he wants to be, he has to to empower other people to do the same.

What he had done in the past was pull other people along — preventing them from learning and growing — when in fact he should have been pointing to the goal and calling people into that path.

A leader’s job is to set the overall vision for the goal and then hold their people accountable for that.

Capitalism [1:03:16] After having a hippie experience, do you relax the marriage to Capitalism as an ideology?

Nope! It still stands that Capitalism is the system through which we exercise freedom and freedom requires people to be responsible, not coddled. The purpose of Government is to set the rules though which we practice freedom. As few rules as possible.

The judge [1:05:50] Ryan used to view God as the outside judge but the idea that there is a god outside ourselves, judging us, is actually a miscategorization of our own inner judge.

People who have a very profound desire to judge other people are actually just judging themselves. If you forgive yourself then you have the freedom to not judge other people which allows them to be what they want to be.

Let go of judgement will set you free, and that is a very humbling thing. But means everything to overall happiness.

Jun 03 2019

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How To Invest Like The 1% To Enjoy Passive Cash Flow, Create Generational Wealth, and Reduce Taxes

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Website: https://wealthfactory.com/

Show Notes

Garrett Gunderson gave a great talk at Capitalism Conference 2017 about how to invest your money properly and save a ton of cash. There’s so much great information in his 50 minute talk that we can only cover some of the best tips here; you really need to check out the whole thing to make sure you’re not flushing tens of thousands of dollars (or more!) down the drain. Here are some of his awesome, actionable tips:

 

Focus, don’t diversify

Diversifying your investment portfolio makes no sense if you don’t think about why you’re putting your money where you’re putting it. The key is to focus in on a couple things that will actually pay off in the long-run, which means paying proper attention to your investments.

Compounding interest over decades is super slow

Anybody can invest in a safe plan with their bank, with a tiny bit of growth compounding over decades. That’s really slow wealth creation. Garrett prefers wealth acceleration, by taking advantage of high-return investments that will pay off in a few years, not a few decades.

 

Have a brainstorming session with your accountants

Look at all your annual expenditures, and meet with your CPAs to figure out how to write off as much as possible. Garrett’s written off housing expenses, travel expenses, and lots more by being creative but still working within the IRS’s regulations.

It was awesome getting all this great advice (and more) from Garrett!

Key takeaways:

  • Focus, don’t diversify
  • Compounding interest over decades is super slow, and
  • Have a brainstorming session with your accountants

Connect with Garrett

Learn more about Travis at https://wealthfactory.com/

Connect with Ryan

Find more amazing podcast discussions on FreedomFastLane.com.

May 21 2018

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How To Go From Zero To 8 Figures Using Amazon And Direct Response

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In this talk at Traffic & Conversion Summit 2018 in San Diego Ryan talks about how to build a REAL brand that is SELLABLE... how to create a company that "old money" would like to buy from you for a big exit some day. It’s filled with actionable advice that you can implement right now. Here are some of the key takeaways:

 

You can turn any marketing stream into a physical products brand

Do you know how to build an audience of tens of thousands? If you do, even if you don’t sell physical products right now, you can launch a line of three or four of them and sell them to people who you already know are interested.

People will always buy stuff

The market may change in many ways, but one thing always stays the same: people will always need to buy physical products to meet their daily needs. There will always be demand for that. That alone creates a huge incentive to get into the physical products market..

Make and brand stuff that speaks to people

If you come up with a unique idea for a product that really embodies the values of your target market, they will adore you. Not only will they buy your stuff, they will tell everyone they know who might be interested to buy your stuff. You’ll see a multiplicative growth in revenue.

It was great hearing Ryan’s talk!

Key takeaways:

  • You can turn any marketing stream into a physical products brand
  • People will always buy stuff, and
  • Make and brand stuff that speaks to people

 

Connect with Ryan

Find more amazing podcast discussions on FreedomFastLane.com.

Jun 04 2018

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The Predictable Path To Get (Really, Really) Rich By Age 50 w/ David Osborn #TheOnePercent

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David Osborn is one of the largest real estate investors in the United-States and runs the largest Keller-Williams franchise in the world.

Ever wonder how you can get to 9 figures? Tune in for some weird and serious advice refined over David’s 20 plus year entrepreneurial career.

Key takeaways

[5:19] There is no amount of hours that will get you to 9 figures, so what do you have to do?

The first lesson David learned was that it’s not about you: change the question.

The right question for a 9 figure business is always: who. Who do you have to hire to get to the next step?

What’s a key hire you could make right now that would drive your business forward? What’s the title, the job description?

Start making yourself the least talented person in your organisation.

Get your Whos [8:17] Once you know that “who” is the question, you need to figure out who you have to become to attract that person: the right “who’s” don’t work for just anybody.

What do the “whos” look for? Purposeful people. Learn how to goal set and make yourself accountable for those goals.

Never forget your agenda: if you don’t have an agenda for your life, the first person you meet everyday gives you an agenda.

The matrix is real [12:03] But it’s not like taking the red pill: we usually don’t stay awake tough, so it’s important to get your implicit system on board:

The implicit and explicit systems:

Explicit: is the part of you that you think you are, your inner voice its a slow system, a row boat — as fast as the language you use.

Implicit: is the unconscious, everything that runs in the background and it’s much faster, like a jet — think of the difference in reading speed when you mouth the words!

When you do wake up and get that clarity on what you want, set those goals down in writing and let your implicit engine take you closer to your goals.

Ok, weird, so how do I align my implicit system?

[15:45] First, nurture your 8 life gardens:

1. Relationship and family

2. Spiritual contribution

3. Physical health

4. Intellectual growth

5. Lifestyle and adventure

6. Environment tribe

7. Personal financial

8. Business

Set goals [19:17] The clichés do work… for each of the aspects of your life, set goals and have a very clear vision it’ll create a massive vision of what you want your life to be.

Then break it down into the day to day goals.

Be careful of accomplishing the goals you set, or adjusting them if necessary. If you just write stuff down and don’t do it, all you’re doing is training your implicit system to recognise that what you say doesn’t matter.

Do what you say and say what you mean.

Manage your energy [27:30] Money is energy, you get energy by spending energy. Make sure you have energy to spare:

Nurture your primary relationships: your significant other, your kids, your friends, your peers

Nurture your health, your brain, your spirit, your community

Be ruthlessly honest with yourself and cut out what doesn’t work.

Contain your environment and eliminate the chaff so you can focus your attention like a laser beam. The beautiful thing about capitalism is that everybody has a job and you can hire them to get your time back for your own agenda.

Pay people to:

● Cook

● Clean

● Pay bills

So you can focus on:

● Hiring talent

● Looking for opportunities

● Creating vision

Check your peers [32:04] Hang out with winners, winning is contagious. Dump the losers, charity belongs in charity.

Coaches [42:05] invest in coaches, be around leaders and teachers.

[46:19] Set goals, manage your energy, check your peers, get coached and be ruthless honest.

We are forgetful creatures, put it in your flight plan.

Q&A [52:00] David opens up the floor:

How do you cut out family?

People don’t have to do what you do, but they can’t be resisting you. Phase them out, they will notice less than you think.

How can I attract the mentor I want?

Come from a point of service, add value and be prepared if they say yes.

Did he grow organically?

Yes

What is your hiring process?

Personality assessment, Behavioral assessment.

3 sets of interviews: Screening, Comprehensive and Hiring.

Spend at least 10 hours with every new hire, always ask yourself what’s going to bug you about that person in two years and listen to your gut.

What can you do to empower your unconscious brain?

Stop listening to your conscious brain!

How do you segment your life without losing your business time?

Miracle morning, goal setting, writing it down and once you have the revenue: outsource the things that eat away at your time.

Jun 17 2019

1hr 11mins

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#TBT Hal Elrod: What Cancer Taught Me About Money, Business, and Freedom

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Ryan talks with Hal Elrod about what life after cancer taught him and how we can all adopt these learnings, ensuring we focus on what’s important to us.

Key Takeaways

[:43] Ryan introduces his guest, Hal Elrod as well as why he thinks it’s important to hear his insights on life, success, money and how his battle with Cancer taught him.

[4:27] A year ago, Hal Elrod was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, a rare cancer with a 10% survival rate. He emerged on the other side of his worst and best year with a clean bill of health, and a fresh perspective on what is important.

[11:00] Hal shares a key aspect of what his brushes with death have taught him: if you cannot change something, there is no sense in wishing you could, or laying blame. The only thing you can do when you encounter a tragedy is to grieve but never to extend that to where it becomes detrimental to your mental and physical well being. Only you have power over your emotional states.

[13:10] Hal’s perception of life has changed through this experience with Cancer and the things you have to do to live your best life are as follows:

  1. 1. Identify what matters most to you and be clear on it
  2. 2. Evaluate how you are living in regards to what matters most
  3. 3. Commit to changing the things that don’t align (baby steps!)
  4. Hal shares his Unbearable, Uncomfortable, Unstoppable strategy for changing habits that don’t align, a bit later in the podcast.
  5. [14:40] Hal share the 2 things that matter most to him: health and relationships. He also dives deep into the evolution of his diet in the face of both his Cancer and new evidence from plant based to keto. Ryan and Hal discuss smoothie recipes!
  6. [20:00] Most entrepreneurs get their emotional needs met through money and work, especially when you love your work. During his time in the hospital, unable to work for weeks at a time, Hal realised that the most important thing for your family is your passive source of income. So to establish financial security, two things are important:
  1. 1. Have multiple sources of income. This means you have a contingency plan and financial security. If one stream of income crashes you have one to fall back on. What’s more, you are in a position to transition into that secondary income stream on a full-time basis.
  2. 2. Have a team in place who continues to drive your business ventures and ensures that income and revenue continues to go up.
  3. [28:22] Success if the freedom to do what you love with the people that you love. How do you get there? You give, for real. Hal shares a personal and very emotional story of how his perspective changed and how his son showed him the importance of being with the people you love in the way they need.
  4. [35:07] So how do you change the habits that don’t align with what matters most to you? The most effective way to change habits is to commit for 30 days and look at these 30 days as three 10 day phases. If you’re making a change that is going to be a game changer, can you bear anything for 10 days? The answer is always yes.
  5. Phase 1 (Days 1-10) Unbearable, this phase is is self explanatory, but you have to muscle through, sometimes though, the excitement will make it easier.
  6. Phase 2 (Days 11-20) Uncomfortable, The second 10 days are the transition phase where you’d rather do the old thing but have made the commitment.
  7. Phase 3 (Days 21-30) Unstoppable, The final 10 days are where the magic happens. Somewhere in those 10 days, you’ll go to do the new habit and it will be effortless. You won’t even think about it. There’s no resistance and you don’t have to overcome anything.
  8. [41:37] Ryan asks what Hal would tell his younger self:
  1. 1. You mean more than you think to your family
  2. 2. Look through the eyes of other people and be a better, father, husband, friend, boss, man.
  3. [47:10] Ryan reflects on what this conversation with Hal has brought him in terms of how he wants to show up in his own life and how his use of Tribe 5 has helped him grow.
  4. Mentioned in this episode
  5. The Miracle Morning
  6. Healing Cancer from Inside Out: A Practical Guide to Healing Cancer With the Rave Diet and Lifestyle by Mike Anderson
  7. Designs for Health
  8. Julian Bakery
  9. Psycho-Cybernetics: Updated and Expanded by Maxwell Maltz
  10. The ONE Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan
  11. Eben Pagan Training
  12. Tribe 5

May 09 2019

51mins

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Build Unlimited 'Tax Efficient' Cash Flow By Buying Internet Businesses w/ Ken Courtright

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Full show notes at: https://freedomfastlane.com/

Ken Courtright went from a man with zero business experience to an internationally-successful consultant.

How did that happen?

His first client, a pizzeria, agreed to let him help them out for no upfront cost. If he succeeded in scaling them up, Ken would get a percentage of the pizza place’s revenue and a written testimonial from the owner.

It worked. And from that starting point, he snowballed further. He started a consultancy, Today’s Growth Consultant, which has become a multi-million dollar force to be reckoned with.

In 2012, Ken opened up Income Store, a project that facilitates the purchase of online businesses for passive income. His team facilitates the purchase of a company that’s been thoroughly vetted, then they provide ongoing operating services, in exchange for a portion of the revenue.

Ken has discovered that online businesses are an amazing field for cash flow. Valuations are often high, as are the revenue streams from tapping into a global communication system.

Ken works with an elite website broker, FE International, to provide the due diligence for prospective clients. FE’s application process is rigorous; more than 98% of all companies that apply end up rejected.

Join us to find out how Ken’s system works and how you, too, can harness online businesses as passive income generators.

Key takeaways:
  • You don’t need formal business experience to attain multi-million dollar business success
  • Online businesses are an exciting possibility for cash flow
  • Ken Courtright’s Income Store facilitates passive investment into this space
Connect with Ken

Hear more from Ken Courtright at https://kencourtright.com/gbt-podcast/

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Dec 28 2017

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A New Beginning: Moving Forward After Failure #TheOnePercent

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Have you ever had a turning point in your journey as an entrepreneur? After our latest quarterly company retreat life is better than ever at Capitalism.com but there have been bumps along the way.

In this episode I sit down again with my content creator C-Money to talk about marketing with authenticity, running a personal media brand, growing the Capitalism media empire, and my own personal ups and downs along the way.

Aug 30 2018

1hr 10mins

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How To Make Your Money, Grow It, And Keep It For Life #TheOnePercent

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In this episode I talk about how I created wealth in my own life and became financially free through investing. If you are interested in learning more about cash flow and how to truly live life on your own terms listen in, subscribe, share with an entrepreneur you know, and visit my YouTube channel "Ryan Daniel Moran" for more content!

Sep 03 2018

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5 Elements Of A High Converting Ad Campaign w/ Molly Pittman

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Molly Pittman had an awesome talk on creating high-performing ad campaigns at the Capitalism Conference this past December. She had a ton of great information, so you definitely need to listen to the whole episode to make sure you make the best use of her tips, but we’ll give you a sneak peek at a few of her main points here:

 

Craft a great offer

If your offer is bad, your ads won’t work. Period. Think about how the market would value your product and its competitors, and how you can play around with that to offer something really compelling to your target audience.

Write great ad copy

This ties in with the earlier point, as if you can’t figure out how to write great ad copy for your product, then maybe you don’t have a very good offer. Again, reflect on the value proposition that your product gives consumers, and try out a variety of ad copy “chunks” to see how your target market responds.

 

Produce awesome ad creatives

Make sure that the ads you end up making visually adhere to your branding. When you put your messaging out, if people can immediately realize which company’s ad they’re looking at based on its style and use of color, then you’ve made a strong impact before they’ve even finished going through the whole ad!

It was awesome listening to Molly at the Capitalism Conference!

Key takeaways:

  • Craft a great offer
  • Write great ad copy, and
  • Produce awesome ad creatives

Connect with Molly

Learn more about Molly at https://www.digitalmarketer.com/author/molly-pittman/

Connect with Ryan

Find more amazing podcast discussions on FreedomFastLane.com.

Jun 18 2018

1hr 4mins

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How to Sell on Amazon The Right Way, with Ryan Daniel Moran

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Most of you know that Ryan got his start by learning how to sell on Amazon. Since that time he's branched out into all sorts of more complicated and nuanced business tactics. But emails continue to be received by the Freedom Fast Lane team asking for specifics about how to get started selling on Amazon like Ryan did. So, he thought it would be helpful to give you some clear, free advice on how to make that process happen. This episode is that - your 101 course on how to start selling on Amazon and set yourself up to branch out from there. Ryan doesn’t skip anything in this step-by-step tutorial so if you’re interested in the Amazon private label model, this is your episode.

Don’t ask what product you should sell on Amazon. Ask what business you should be in.

When you first get started doing product research it’s easy to get yourself into a wrong way of thinking. You start to think only in terms of potentially profitable products - but you can’t do that and expect to be successful over the long-term. Think about what business you want to be in, not what products you can sell. If your approach is not bigger than a product, you’ll lose enthusiasm and run out of steam when it comes to sales - simply because you don’t really HAVE anything bigger to offer the customers you are serving. On this episode, Ryan walks you through why this mindset shift is so vital and how you can take steps to ensure you approach things correctly - so be sure you listen.

Don’t consider Amazon sales to be your business. Look at Amazon as a launching point.

The reason selling on Amazon is so effective at building a customer base quickly is because Amazon has already done the hard work of gathering an avid group of consumers. You get to tap into that resource in order to sell your products to ready buyers. That fact makes it easy to think that Amazon is all you need. But you have to remember that you’re playing on someone else’s playground. Amazon can change their guidelines at any time and you will be the one who is hurt. Ryan addresses how you should use Amazon to get started on this episode - so that you can build something bigger that can last longer and serve more people in the long run.

Why you don’t want to sell on Amazon in a niche that is brand-driven.

When doing product research it’s easy to get excited when you find a product type that’s selling bazillions of units per day. But you have to be careful if you want to make the wisest choice. If the niche you’re considering is brand-driven - for example, headphone sales are dominated by the big brands like Beats and Bose - then you probably want to steer clear. Most people don’t have a chance of beating out competition like that simply because they have the budget to outspend you in order to stay on top. Find out how Ryan suggests you do product research the right way, on this episode.

Find an audience of ready buyers so you can have a successful launch.

Once you’ve done your product research and have found your supplier, there will come a point when your order is placed and products are being created and shipped. That span of time is what Ryan calls “the hump.” You could spend that time sitting around, impatiently waiting for your products to arrive - but Ryan suggests you make the best use of those weeks between product order and product delivery by finding and connecting with an audience of ready buyers for your product. There are many ways and places online you can do this - so don’t waste the opportunity to make your Amazon product launch more successful by priming the pump. Ryan tells you how he’s typically done that, on this episode.

Outline Of This Great Episode
  • [0:31] Ryan’s introduction to this “getting started” episode about Amazon sales.
  • [2:40] Two points to understand that will put you far ahead of everyone else.
  • [4:40] The “getting started” steps to take at first.
  • [6:54] The things to look at to see if a good product or niche idea is really a good idea.
  • [8:00] Criteria that you should consider when looking for the “perfect” product.
  • [10:39] Getting your product made and how to think about customization.
  • [15:20] Getting over the hump: Prepping for product launch while you wait on products.
  • [18:41] Taking a step back: Get your product setup on Amazon.
  • [22:15] Taking costs into consideration - you need around $5,000.
  • [25:10] It sounds incredibly simple, which is the beauty and frustration of this business model.
  • [29:50] The reasons it is a long-term game to sell on Amazon.
Action Steps From This Episode

FOR GETTING STARTED: Get your thinking straight. You need to be thinking about what business you want to be in, not what product you can sell. If it’s not bigger than a product, you’ll lose enthusiasm and you’ll run out of steam when it comes to sales.

FOR GREATER SUCCESS: During the “hump” after you’ve got your product ordered and are waiting for it to arrive, make the most of your time by finding and connecting with an audience of ready buyers for your product. There are many ways and places online you can do this - so don’t waste the opportunity to make your Amazon product launch more successful by priming the pump.

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Jun 10 2017

32mins

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Buying Businesses: How Carl Allen Acquires Profitable Companies (With Other People's Money) #TheOnePercent

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Carl Allen is a U.K. based business buyer specializing in leveraged buyouts (LBO). Over 26 years he has perfected a proprietary methodology for buying business without using any of his own money.

Today he shares how to find deals, what he looks for how he structures them so that the businesses he buys are not dependent on him, and how he sleeps with all of this overhead!

Key takeaways

[1:47] Ryan is fascinated by this since it’s kind of his goal for the future: he is currently building the infrastructure for entrepreneurs to be able to launch brands within his sphere of influence.

What kind of businesses? [7:00] Carl became the leverage buyouts guy, which was an alternative to building his own business.

Sweet spot: businesses with revenue in the 1 to 5 mil range. Below that you will find that the owner and the business are the same! And above 5 you have a lot of competition.

Some sectors do better than others: IT, engineering, manufacturing, professional services, etc. but ultimately if you’re new to this, buy a business that you understand.

Seller psychology [12:38] Carl’s method looks for in a particular type of owner: highly motivated to leave the business — you can craft a more human deal, psychology is key!

Carl touches on a key aspect of the owner perspective: they want someone who is going to care for their loyal employees and customers, someone who will take the business to the next level but preserve the legacy

A classic LBO structure [13:36] A big part of the LBO strategy is that the sellers do want some money but it can be paid overtime with the business profits. Let’s posit a business with a million dollars in revenue and a couple thousand dollars in free cash flow.

5k to buy with the following structure:

200k at closing — which you finance through debt based financing, SPA or asset based lending — and 100k a year for 3 years off the profits.

Beware deal heat [16:40] Are there andy asset purchases that keep Carl up at night? Yes, but if you do If you do your due diligence and target the following traits in the businesses you buy, it should reduce that amount significantly:

1. Find businesses that do little to no marketing, so you can come in, do it and ramp up revenues!

2. Businesses older than 10 years tend to get bloated with overhead, you can take this off at the start.

[19:19] Beware of deal heat! Go look at 20 deals, pick 4 or 5 you like best and play them off against each other. Always play the numbers game.

Finding a deal [20:35] brokers are the usual first step for newbies, the problem with brokers is that they will generally overvalue the business to get a better fee.

The real way Carl finds deals is with events, networking but also social media marketing! He explains why.

First things first [26:04] Once the business is acquired, what do you do to increase cash flow? In the first 6-9 months:

1. Get a management team or a GM in the business

2. Look at the overhead base

3. Drive marketing (direct sales people)

4. Strategic joint ventures may come into play

Choosing a GM [28:51] How do you choose those managers?! It’s integrated into the deal: the best place to find a GM is usually within the business:

1. Look for businesses with a solid number two and promote from within.

2. Find someone in your network.

3. In some cases the owner will stay on and GM for you, Carl explains how the type of owner you meet can dictate if this happens: people are good and love doing different things. (Set the founder free!!!)

[34:00] How did Carl come to understand all this? He shares his journey from HP and buying big software companies, to leaving the corporate world and stumbling into his very emotional first ever buyout — around which his entire process was built.

Work with people [39:55] Carl run an entire business that buys businesses, what is the infrastructure that controls infrastructure.

The whole infrastructure is the due diligence and deal, Carl then relies on a strong CEO that he gets by way of a promoted number 2, the existing owner or someone from his network:

Carl’s training and mentoring business was meant to generate partnered deal flow, working with people is the key to reducing the amount of work you have to do.

[44:48] What does Carl look for in a deal and what should be avoided.

Avoid: a cash out; B to C businesses typically doesn’t have a lot of asset; Amazon doesn’t give you control over the customer...

Look for the deal making triad:

1. Deals that serve you in some way (do you like the sector, or is there a value add for another business you own?)

2. Always bet on seller psychology.

3. Will this work for an LBO and is there a strong number 2.

[49:37] Ryan wants to buy the Cleveland Indians, what is Carl’s guiding light? And considering he does his deals with other people’s money, where does he put his own!?

[53:20] Where do people find more of the Carl Allen sweet sauce? Carl has put together a 90 minute masterclass for Ryan’s tribe at:

ninjaacquisitions.com/capital

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8 figure exits: Capitalism.com/8

Jun 24 2019

56mins

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Thinking Bigger Than $50M in Annual Sales w/ Robert Herjavec

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Robert Herjavec probably sees more deal flow in a week than most people see in a lifetime, and every business he invests in must be successful.

What is the common thread among those businesses he invests in? Leadership that thinks big.

Today’s episode of the Freedom Fast Lane podcast features a conversation with Robert about reaching his $50 million goal before he turned 50, and how to think bigger than $50 million in annual sales.

The clip comes from his appearance at the 2015 Freedom Fast Lane Live even in Austin, Texas — an event which has grown into The Capitalism Conference.

To be able to go from a small company to a great enterprise, you have to be able to inspire others. You must be in the right market, but the greatest entrepreneurs are adaptable as business changes all the time.

Learn from empire builders, investors, millionaires, and billionaires at The Capitalism Conference held this December 7-9 in Austin, Texas. Grab your tickets today.

Key takeaways:
  • Reaching $50 million before turning 50
  • Spotting growth potential and making it happen
  • Finding the right businesses to invest in
Connect with Robert Herjavec

For more information on Robert’s investments, go to www.robertherjavec.com.

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Nov 09 2017

1hr 30mins

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AJ Vaynerchuk - An Inside Look Into The Vayner Empire

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AJ Vaynerchuck – the seemingly mysterious other half of the VaynerMedia empire – shares his life lessons about launching and scaling the client service business that started with a $80,000 account to turning over 9 figures a year.

Speaking at this year’s CapCon, he uncovers the work ethic he shares with his brother Gary, and his experience of launching VaynerSports compared to VaynerMedia.

Mar 18 2019

1hr 27mins

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What You Want To Do vs. What You Have To Do #TheOnePercent

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Today Ryan talks about something really important — a recurring issue with a lot of people he works with — and something you might well be struggling with.

Don’t let your brain justify things you don’t like in sacrifice of the things you do, just allow yourself to get where you want to be. You are deserving.

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Dec 09 2019

19mins

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The VaynerMedia Empire: My Latest Chat W/ Gary Vee #TheOnePercent

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Are you looking for new areas of opportunities? Tune in for an intense discussion on trends in entrepreneurship with the iconic Gary Vee!

They also discuss being who you are, playing the long game, buying baseball cards, living within your means, and Oh! There was A LOT of wine: the longer you listen, the sloppier Ryan “Drunk-on-Red” Moran will get!

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@RyanDanielMoran

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“So many people are so insecure and they want to achieve to prove to everybody and if they just understood that if you achieve at 36 instead of 24 you’ll still pull off what you want.” — Gary Vee

“I think this newest version of myself is about genuinely realizing that I am making an impact, and feeling a tremendous sense of responsibility.” — Gary Vee

“The biggest thing that surprised me so far is how genuinely involved Gary is on the content.” — Zayne

“The things I’m singularly most proud of in the world, not a person knows. I’m comfortable promoting business, it’s business! The real humanity is quiet as fuck.” — Gary Vee

“Do you know why I almost didn’t have a K-Swiss deal?” — Gary Vee

“You know how they say ‘don’t meet your heroes’ well my goal is to be better than you thought I was.” — Gary Vee

Dec 02 2019

1hr 20mins

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How To Make $100,000 Per Year On Instagram #FreedomFastLane

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Today is a chat with a listener who runs an Instagram page with 300k follower and wonders if he can turn this into his full time job. Ryan believes he can turn this into a 100k a year business in 24 hours.

How much are your followers really worth? Reighan is thinking of selling and has some resistance to Ryan’s ideas, so there is a push and pull to find his best-fit solution, but more importantly, his first step.

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Nov 29 2019

38mins

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There Should Be More Billionaires #WednesdayWithWyan

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Bernie Sanders recently tweeted that there should not be millionaires. Other prominent leftist figures have alluded to this idea and today, Ryan opts to tackle the ethics and responsibility of making money.

Are you looking for food for thought — or arguments with friends! — around Capitalism, creativity, wealth, and ethics? Or do you just plain need to hear that it’s ok to make money: you don’t have to feel bad. This episode is for you and no, you shouldn’t feel bad, the pie is as big as we want!

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Billy Gene

Bernie Sanders

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Great Thunberg

Nov 27 2019

23mins

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How To Make Decisions & Get What You Really Want #TheOnePercent

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Ryan shares an episode he did with Dave from ClickFunnels.com and if you’re in the midst of building a business with all of the highs and lows of decision making, this episode is for you.

Take it from Ryan “Recess Money Makers Club” Moran, the route to freedom is the pursuit of what it is that excites you, he offers up some advice on how to figure that out.

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Nov 25 2019

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$4m Exit At 21 Years Old: How To Start A Business As A Teenager #TheOnePercent

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Today, Ryan interviews Jeremiah Lee Klingman who did his workshop at 17 years of age and had a multi-million dollar exit at 20… The story gets really interesting after money show up.

Are you at the start your entrepreneurial journey or looking for an exit? This episode has you covered in both cases! Tune in for a showcase on the two sides of the entrepreneurial coin: how to start your business, and what to do once the money shows up.

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Capitalism.com/Start

Capitalism.com/Exit

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Nov 18 2019

30mins

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Influencer Marketing: Create A Partnership That Really Works w/ Crossfitters Lauren Fisher & Rasmus Andersen #FreedomFastLane

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Listen to this episode before throwing your money at any and all influencers you can find! There is a wrong and right way to do influencer marketing.

Are you thinking of adding influencer marketing to your strategy? Max Kerwick welcomes influencers Lauren Fisher and Rasmus Andersen to talk about their side of a marketing relationship and share critical dos and don’ts of this kind of advertising channel.

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Lauren Fisher

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Nov 15 2019

43mins

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0 To 4 Million: How My Filmmaker Friend Balances Multiple Businesses #TheOnePercent

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Judson switched careers, followed the Capitalism.com plan, built a 7 figure business and developed a really, really weird relationship with Ryan “The Entrepreneur Pastor” Moran.

Tune in for a very interesting conversation on business, juggling multiple businesses, passion, spirituality, religion… Follow Ryan and Judson run head-first into the rabbit hole!

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Capitalism.com/AmazonClass

Nov 11 2019

1hr 24mins

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She Hit 7-Figures: Now What? #FreedomFastLane

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Tune in for a QA with Ryan and Sylvia, long time listener and entrepreneur who lists off a slew of free resources that she and her husband used to launch and scale their business to 7 figures.

Operationally, how do you get big game influencers on board? Ryan answers some questions she has for moving into the next phase and offers advice — one of them has Sylvia scared — to further her brand and grow her sales.

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JP Sears

Brian Lee

Want to be on the show? It’s open to all for a limited time, visit: Capitalism.com/FFLpodcast

Challenge yourself, launch your first business! Capitalism.com/Brand

Nov 08 2019

32mins

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How To Start A Business #WednesdayWithWyan

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Are you interested in starting a business but you’re not sure where to begin, how to find what to do? Do you have a business you may be interested in buying? Today’s episode is for you.

Where is the easiest place to start? You. Ryan breaks down how and why it all starts with you and shares clips from a variety of people who have started their own things and made it big (Moiz Ali, Will Ferrell, Russell Brunson)

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Robert Kiyosaki

Rich Dad Poor Dad, by Robert Kiyosaki

Cashflow board game

Moiz Ali

Native Deodorant

Will Ferrell

Russell Brunson

Nov 06 2019

17mins

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How To Make A Lot Of Money #WednesdayWithWyan

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Ever wonder how the absurdly wealthy really make their money? Ryan used to, and he is still fascinated by this question. After interviewing a vast amount of multi-millionaires, he shares the one thing he has seen as a constant among all of them.

There is only one thing for you to do in order to start making money, Ryan shares this, as well as what you should do to turn THAT into A LOT OF MONEY.

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Naval Ravikant

AngelList

Oct 30 2019

18mins

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Suzy Batiz Asks Me About Christianity and Capitalism #TheOnePercent

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Today is part 2 of Ryan’s interview with Suzy Batiz which is essentially a deep dive into philosophical questions. They share how each of them broke from their faith and how they build their spiritual practice now.

Also, Ryan turns Suzy Batiz’s preconceived idea of Capitalism on its head!

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Capitalism.com/AmazonClass

Instagram: @RyanDanielMoran

Twitter: @RyanMoran

Tweetables

“The pursuit of truth is also the pursuit of God, and it led me away from Church.” — Ryan Daniel Moran

“I will one day write a book called: ‘Why I Left The Church To Find God’.” — Ryan Daniel Moran

“Capitalism is very simply the way that we organise coming together to solve problems.” — Ryan Daniel Moran

Oct 28 2019

1hr 1min

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How To Get Started When You're Standing In Your Own Way #FreedomFastLane

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Do you have a million project ideas but no projects? Chances are you’re standing in your own way. John is stuck and looking for guidance on a side project he has been toying with for 15-20 years!

Ryan identifies the issues John is struggling with, and kicks down 3-4 doors for him to just walk through! Tune in to get a quick push off the cliff alongside John — just start.

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Want to be on the show? It’s open to all for a limited time, visit: Capitalism.com/FFLpodcast

Challenge yourself, launch your first business! Capitalism.com/Brand

Oct 25 2019

13mins

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Suzy Batiz Recap: Major Takeaways From The Poo-Pourri CEO #WednesdayWithWyan

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Do you ever feel like you’re too old to start? That’s it’s too late? That you’re entrenched in the life you have or have failed too many damned times? This week, Wednesdays With Wyan basks in the afterglow of the Suzy Batiz interview…

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For step by step guides, resources and exercises to start your business go to Capitalism.com/Start

Oct 23 2019

43mins

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From Bankrupt To Billion-ish: How Suzy Batiz Built Poo-Pourri #TheOnePercent

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Today, Ryan talks to Suzy Batiz to shed some light on the often overlooked sides of entrepreneurship: entrepreneurs don’t just show up one day, successful and rich, it’s a journey and it’s not always easy but the rewards are so, so worth it.

Suzy shows a very vulnerable and open side of herself while sharing the darker side of her story. She shares her thoughts on some of the more objectionable practices in business, the search for meaning, and how she clawed her way back up to happiness after 40.

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Man’s Search for Meaning

Loving What Is

Oct 21 2019

49mins

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How To Make Money With Your Passion When You're Broke #FreedomFastLane

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Long time listener Steve Hutchings has been running his popular extreme sports blog since 2010. He’s been looking to turn it into a business but isn’t getting the traction he was hoping.

Have you been sitting on an idea? Ryan helps Steve see some golden opportunities he was blind to and shares tips on how to build

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Challenge yourself, launch your first business! Capitalism.com/Brand

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Oct 18 2019

47mins

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What Products Should I Sell? #WednesdayWithWyan

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Do you have an audience that you’re ready to monetize? Or maybe you’re just looking for a new side hustle?

Tune in for this episode geared at helping you choose what products to sell and build a brand around — visit Capitalism.com/start for more written, video and audio resources on building a physical product business.

In this audio episode, Ryan breaks down all the steps required for that first product choice to happen, starting with the easiest path to figuring out who you want to serve, and some exercises you can do to hone into the ideal product for your person.

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For step by step guides, resources and exercises to start your business go to Capitalism.com/Start

Oct 16 2019

40mins

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Zero To $1 Million In 12 Months On Amazon

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In 2014, Ryan released the 0 to 1 million in 12 months on Amazon video— viewed about 1.6 million times — but 5 years is huge in the digital space… Today’s episode is all about the updated version of the 0 to 1 million in 12 months on Amazon.

What’s new and different in the Amazon space? What’s coming, what’s here to stay and what’s about to go? Ryan shares the best tools to use, where to put the bulk of your energy and breaks down the steps to getting to the million mark in easy to follow point form.

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Oct 14 2019

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I'm Stuck At 10 Sales Per Day: Should I Double Down Or Move On? #FreedomFastLane

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Nick has tried a few things, and is investing a lot of time in PPC and optimization, but his sales are now stagnant and have gone down since launch. Ryan helps Nick clear up what it is he loves about his business and how he can do more of it!

Are you about to throw in the towel on your budding brand and switch your focus? Ryan shares insight on discontinuation, actionable tips on where and how to gather intel on your customer base and who NOT to listen to if you’re trying to build a business.

Oct 11 2019

34mins

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Audience Building: Creating Loyal Buyers To Scale Your Brand Beyond 7 Figures #WednesdayWithWyan

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Today is part 1 of 4 of a free video course by Capitalism.com on scaling your brand to 7 figures! Has your brand gotten stuck at the million dollar mark? If so, this series was tailor-made for you and will walk you through the very specific steps that will help you muscle through brand plateaus.

Ryan opens up the series with an in-depth about audience building — He touches on where you should you put the bulk of your energy (instagram or email?) where your content need to be and where it needs to lead, what’s the best way to capture customer information and much, much more.

Tune in for part 3 to 4 to learn about crafting offers, working with influencers and cash flow management to scale your physical products brand from 6 to 7 figures.

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Capitalism.com/brandcourse

Oct 09 2019

34mins

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