Month: May 2018

Aspire, Acquire, Apply & Your Success Will Happen with Rich Woman’s Kim Kiyosaki / Episode 9

Kim Kiyosaki, co-founder of the Rich Dad Company, is our guest today, discussing the struggles she faced creating her company with husband Robert. But, once Kim realized that nobody was going to come rescue her, she did 2 things that helped her overcome her situation and start succeeding.

Kim talks about the key things in growing your business, including not being able to get there on your own and needing a team. She discusses the idea of precession and the importance of always having goals, always striving to better yourself (and your business).

Website:

www.RichDad.com

Sports Crowdfunding with RallyMe’s Bill Kerig / Episode 8

This week’s presenter is RallyMe’s founder Bill Kerig. Bill shows the behind-the-scenes view of starting up a business. He discusses what it took to succeed, what traditional business advice you can throw out a window, and what you have to keep in mind in order to succeed.

RallyMe was created by Bill in order to help sports individuals and teams raise money to have the sporting experience they desire. His proof of concept was none other than sending winter Olympic athletes to Sochi. Once they proved they could do 1 athlete they ended up helping 27 other Olympic athletes who ended up winning 5 medals for Team USA.

Website:

www.RallyMe.com

Crowdfunding Your Real Estate with Ben Miller / Episode 7

Pat Donohoe joins Ben Miller from FundRise to discuss how to include crowfunding in your real estate portfolio. Ben discusses how his company allows smaller investors get involved in many different projects to still get 12%+ returns.

Ben and Pat discuss how FundRise differs from REITs, how they structure their investments to protect their investors as much as possible, and where the entire idea came from.

Websites:

www.FundRise.com

@BenMillerise

Mortgage Cash Flow Strategies with Ben Curtis & Jason Reed / Episode 6

Join Ben Curtis and Jason Reed from People’s Mortgage as they discuss ways to let your mortgage help you with cash flow. The two explore where interest rates come from, six indicators to predict mortgage rate movement, and why housing starts are so important. They also expose the 3 Cs that lenders look at when evaluating you for a loan.

More Information:

www.PeoplesMortgage.com