Business

Turning Your Network Into Your Net WORTH with Geoff Woods / Episode 39

Your network truly can dictate what your net worth is, so are you spending time with people who are at a place in their life that you want to be in yours? Geoff Woods, Vice President of The ONE Thing and host of The Mentee Podcast, discusses the importance of intentional relationships in your life rather than relationships of circumstance. It’s important to look at your life and figure out 3-5 areas that you need mentors in, then seek relationships with people to help you in that area. Get clarity on what exactly you’re looking for out of your mentors in order to find the one that fits your needs, but remember, you need to always be looking at how you can add value to your mentors as well.

Website:

www.MenteePodcast.com

How to Leverage Bookkeeping for Growing Your Company with Zach Olson / Episode 38

Today’s Cash Flow expert is Zach Olson, founder of Bookly.co. Zach knows that nobody started their own business in order to be a bookkeeper, so he attempts to help you through the first steps to getting prepared to hand off the bookkeeping. There’s an opportunity cost to everything in life, so are you maximizing your return on investment? You need to figure out what type of company you’re trying to create in order to understand your KPIs (key performance indicators) and what dangers taking a DIY approach can create.

Website:

www.Bookly.co

Asset Protection: Why and How with Garrett Sutton / Episode 37

Today’s Cash Flow expert is Garrett Sutton, a Rich Dad advisor and author of Loopholes of Real Estate. Garrett is an attorney with over 20 years assisting individuals and businesses determine their corporate structure and protect their assets. In this 2016 Cash Flow Wealth presentation, Garrett covers the 4 types of people who have led us in to our litigious society, how to identify them, and how to protect your business from threats both inside and out. Listen in to learn the key element of asset protection when using LLCs and LPs and the 8 corporate formalities!

Website:

www.CorporateDirect.com

How to Permanently Reduce Your Taxes with Tom Wheelwright / Episode 34

Today’s Cash Flow Wealth expert is Tom Wheelwright, CPA and author of Tax-Free Wealth. Tom discusses ways that you can permanently reduce your tax burden by 10-40%. The #1 thing that scares people is an IRS audit, and the most important person in your financial life is a good tax advisor. Learn how to pick a tax advisor, why tax deferral doesn’t work, and the 2 groups that will keep you from your money.

The opportunity cost of paying taxes is enormous and represents most people’s entire financial future, 99% of the US tax law is there to show you how to reduce taxes. Learn to do it properly.

Website:

www.Wealthability.com

The Birth & Life of a Podcast with Ryan Bradshaw & Spencer Shaw / Episode 32

This week’s Cash Flow Wealth experts are Ryan Bradshaw and Spencer Shaw from PodKick Media. These two are getting down and dirty with how to set up, record, produce, and market your podcast. From the basics like equipment to the iTunes submissions and monetization, they comb through every inch of the topic. With a reminder to always be asking what you want people to get out of your show, Ryan & Spencer will guide you through your podcast setup and get you on your way to success.

How to Ensure Your Business Fits in the Modern Era with Scott Paul / Episode 31

Today’s Cash Flow Wealth expert is Scott Paul, co-founder of InstaFluence, about how to help your business in the digital era of the day. Scott teaches listeners what things he added to his website that boosted his sales, and the latest trends in online sales.

Scott also explains how you need to find your niche, and how to become a thought leader in that niche. He rounds out the episode with 3 things you need to do if you have a business with no current online presence.

Website:

Scott on LinkedIn

How to Use Your Memory As an Asset In Your Business / Episode 29

Today’s Cash Flow Expert is actually two experts, Andy Tanner and Pat Donohoe, talking about a third expert’s (Ron White) memory system. Ron is a memory champion who helps individuals learn to remember anything they desire by implementing his system. His method has allowed him to remember the names, rank and date of death of every service member lost in Afghanistan. Pat and Andy discuss how entrepreneurs can utilize this skill in their business and how it can be used in every day life as well.

Website:

www.RonWhiteTraining.com

www.SherlockMemory.com

How the Traditional Financial Service Industry Is Cash Flowing the World with Pat Donohoe / Episode 28

Today’s Cash Flow Expert is Pat Donohoe, CEO at Paradigm Life and founder of the Cash Flow Wealth Summit. Pat’s focus is the financial service industry: how they make their money, the 4 rules they follow to maximize profits on your money, and how they are consistently eroding your accounts. But he also shares the 2 flaws in the financial services industry, and has news of how his company is using some of the strategies that big money has been using for centuries to protect your wealth and make sure you’re doing it virtually risk free.

Website:

www.ParadigmLife.net

Finding the Right Oil & Gas Investment with Mike Mauceli / Episode 26

Today’s Cash Flow Wealth expert is Mike Mauceli, founder and CEO of Reef Oil and Gas. Mike explains the exact type of people you need to put on your team if you’re going to be drilling a well, as well as the differences between conventional and unconventional wells. He also identifies the sleeping giant in the oil world, why oil and gas won’t be replaced by wind and solar, and the 3 primary areas Reef operates (and why they’re important). Mike then explains how investing in unconventional reservoirs is like investing in real estate.

Website:

www.ReefOGC.com

Building & Leveraging Your Network with Mike Hambright / Episode 25

Mike Hambright from FlipNerd.com is this week’s Cash Flow Expert and is here to teach you how to build and leverage your network. The sharing economy is making it easier to share knowledge than ever before, and as you help others you receive benefits as well. Building a strong network opens doors that you don’t even know exist yet.

As you go out to events, however, remember collecting business cards and friending on Facebook is NOT networking. After an event, figure out which people you want to form a relationship with and contact them to start the process.

Website:

www.FlipNerd.com