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The American Dream - a phrase first coined by James Truslow Adams in 1931, has grown significantly since its inception. The original meaning referred to a “dream of a land in which life should be better and richer and fuller for every man, with opportunity for each according to his ability or achievement…” Today, Entrepreneurship is quickly replacing the original meaning of The American Dream. Going deeper, it is the psychological belief that Entrepreneurship provides freedom, sought out by the brave. Freedom which in 1814 Francis Scott Key authored the term for America as “The Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave”, which also in 1931 became implemented by the singing of the National Anthem. In today’s world, not many are experiencing freedom. Americans are buried in debt, subject to increased costs of living with stagnant wages, usually at a 9-5 job they can’t stand but have to keep in order to put food on the table and a roof over head. America is faced with three major hurdles as we move forward and they are racism, economic inequality, and gender inequality. This podcast will feature all types of individuals and professionals of all ages, colors, shapes and sizes. They will share their background, upbringing, life transitions, successes, and real life struggles so that you can witness first hand for yourself the winning mentality. Some call it drive, others call it purpose. I call it “The IT factor”. Each episode is going to contain valuable information to help you grow on your path, regardless what stop or place in life you are at currently. I want you to be able to take just one thing away from each episode and implement it to your psychology or daily activities. Which brings us to the title “Deposit That” and its meaning. I want you to take just one thing to your memory bank aka brain, and “DEPO$IT THAT”. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The American Dream - a phrase first coined by James Truslow Adams in 1931, has grown significantly since its inception. The original meaning referred to a “dream of a land in which life should be better and richer and fuller for every man, with opportunity for each according to his ability or achievement…” Today, Entrepreneurship is quickly replacing the original meaning of The American Dream. Going deeper, it is the psychological belief that Entrepreneurship provides freedom, sought out by the brave. Freedom which in 1814 Francis Scott Key authored the term for America as “The Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave”, which also in 1931 became implemented by the singing of the National Anthem. In today’s world, not many are experiencing freedom. Americans are buried in debt, subject to increased costs of living with stagnant wages, usually at a 9-5 job they can’t stand but have to keep in order to put food on the table and a roof over head. America is faced with three major hurdles as we move forward and they are racism, economic inequality, and gender inequality. This podcast will feature all types of individuals and professionals of all ages, colors, shapes and sizes. They will share their background, upbringing, life transitions, successes, and real life struggles so that you can witness first hand for yourself the winning mentality. Some call it drive, others call it purpose. I call it “The IT factor”. Each episode is going to contain valuable information to help you grow on your path, regardless what stop or place in life you are at currently. I want you to be able to take just one thing away from each episode and implement it to your psychology or daily activities. Which brings us to the title “Deposit That” and its meaning. I want you to take just one thing to your memory bank aka brain, and “DEPO$IT THAT”. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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The American Dream - a phrase first coined by James Truslow Adams in 1931, has grown significantly since its inception. The original meaning referred to a “dream of a land in which life should be better and richer and fuller for every man, with opportunity for each according to his ability or achievement…” Today, Entrepreneurship is quickly replacing the original meaning of The American Dream. Going deeper, it is the psychological belief that Entrepreneurship provides freedom, sought out by the brave. Freedom which in 1814 Francis Scott Key authored the term for America as “The Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave”, which also in 1931 became implemented by the singing of the National Anthem. In today’s world, not many are experiencing freedom. Americans are buried in debt, subject to increased costs of living with stagnant wages, usually at a 9-5 job they can’t stand but have to keep in order to put food on the table and a roof over head. America is faced with three major hurdles as we move forward and they are racism, economic inequality, and gender inequality. This podcast will feature all types of individuals and professionals of all ages, colors, shapes and sizes. They will share their background, upbringing, life transitions, successes, and real life struggles so that you can witness first hand for yourself the winning mentality. Some call it drive, others call it purpose. I call it “The IT factor”. Each episode is going to contain valuable information to help you grow on your path, regardless what stop or place in life you are at currently. I want you to be able to take just one thing away from each episode and implement it to your psychology or daily activities. Which brings us to the title “Deposit That” and its meaning. I want you to take just one thing to your memory bank aka brain, and “DEPO$IT THAT”. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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English


Episodes

eXp Realtor Chris Tarta

1/18/2022
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Duration:01:11:16

Dan Reider I Real Estate Director In Commercial Real Estate in NJ

1/11/2022
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Duration:00:49:24

Super Star Realtor Rachel Milito

1/4/2022
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Duration:01:01:12

Ralph Dibugnara: Disrupting the Real Estate World

3/17/2020
One of the reasons there’s poor management in the mortgage sector is the lack of education. People end up in managing positions, without really understanding the full landscape, and that affects how the entire industry develops and influences the lives of so many people. It’s time for some change, don’t you agree? Ralph intends to disrupt the way you think about the mortgage industry, the way you see the business, and the way you do business. He encourages people to think outside the box,...

Duration:00:45:31

Marcus Stout: On-court to Off-court

3/10/2020
Nowadays, we are told to pretend, fake, and create this persona that we’re not. Being comfortable with yourself and being honest with who you are, gives you the energy to thrive in the space that you step into, no matter what that is. In today’s episode, Marcus and I focus on the topic of overcoming the struggle of going from the sports structure into the life after sports because the longer you play, the harder it is to accept when it ends. Marcus Stout works with basketball players of...

Duration:00:57:34

Frank Valenti: Hard Work Pays Off, No Matter What

3/3/2020
There’s no substitute for hard work, for grinding, for building your own thing. Even when you’re tired and you want to go home, putting an extra effort into what you’re doing, and hustling just a little bit more, can definitely make you feel better about yourself. In today’s episode, I talk to Frank about a ton of things. He’s a young and restless individual, who never likes to sit still, so he’s got a lot of stories to tell. We chat about his background, his numerous experiences in...

Duration:00:35:23

Lamar McKnight: The Quarterback Expert – Trust Your Instinct

2/25/2020
In order to become successful, no matter the field you’re in, you’ve got to focus on the process and fall in love with “how” you do things, not with ”what” you can get out of what you do. Allow yourself to make mistakes, to learn and to adapt. Be open to everything because the minute you become naive and a tunnel-vision person, you stop growing. In today’s episode, I talk with Lamar about how he sees the world in general and the healthy attitude we should all have toward each other. He...

Duration:01:01:20

Sean Stein Smith: Unraveling the Truth Behind Cryptocurrency

2/18/2020
Since the invention of blockchain, in 2008, there has been a lot of fuss around cryptocurrency and how this could impact the world we live in. It’s a vast domain, that it’s becoming more and more influential with every year that passes. The average person on the street may have heard about blockchain, and Bitcoin, and other cryptocurrencies, but as far as understanding what they are, how they work, and the application for them, there’s still an educational gap that needs to be filled. In...

Duration:00:41:27

Steven Koerner: Juggling Two Worlds - Personal and Professional

2/11/2020
“A good loan officer can fix problems; a great loan officer avoids them“ Being in the mortgage industry has its perks, but it also means that you have to find a way to be available for your clients 24/7, and this is not an easy job, especially if you want to also take care of yourself and your family. But, once you figure out a system that works for you, things get a lot easier. In today’s episode, Steven and I discuss how to balance a mortgage career and a personal life, and he shares...

Duration:00:55:52

Ashley Battle: Ballin’ with Ashley Battle

2/4/2020
Throughout life, there’s going to be challenges and hard times, but there’s also going to be some magical times. You never know what tomorrow holds, so you’ve got to keep working, grinding, and perfecting yourself and never stop learning. In today’s episode, Ashley and I talk about the world of basketball, and what it means to dedicate your life to this sport. As a tribute to Kobe, she also speaks about their relationship on the court and as friends, and she encourages all of us to rise and...

Duration:00:42:07

Leandro Acevedo & Veronica Olivares: The Power of Holistic Healing

1/28/2020
Holistic medicine is a form of healing that considers the whole person – mind, body, spirit, and emotions. As some of you may know, in 2017 I went on a personal journey meant to bring back balance in my relationships, my life, my mind, and my body. That’s when I met Leo and Veronica and without them, I probably wouldn’t be where I am now. In today’s episode, we talk about their work and how they are able to help people by combining different techniques, from massage therapy and balancing...

Duration:00:45:42

Matt Barbaccia: The Key Ingredient to Successful Loans

1/21/2020
Lending in the real estate industry – as in any other field – requires a certain degree of communication between parties. As a borrower, it’s essential to be upfront with any difficulties you may encounter, because everyone can have rough times and lenders can be very understanding if they know the whole story. In today’s episode, Matt and I discuss the key aspects a lender looks at when taking into consideration whether to invest in a deal or not, and he shares some of his experiences on...

Duration:00:53:57

Oscar Nunez: Consistency Leads to Success

1/14/2020
Being successful at a young age requires a certain discipline, focus, and consistency. You can find ways to tweak some things in order to make it your way, and if you become consistent in what you believe in, you’re unstoppable. On today’s episode, you’re going to hear the unusual story of a young agent that is thriving in an industry he didn’t want to be a part of, a few years ago. Oscar Nunez is a knowledgeable, ambitious, and enthusiastic real estate agent that focuses mainly on keeping...

Duration:00:37:11

Brett Sikora & David DeVoe Part 2: Learning from Failures

1/14/2020
Failing is a great way to improve ourselves. We mostly learn from the mistakes we experience, but when it’s possible, it’s important to take notice of other people’s errors and try not to repeat them, so that we have less to experience on our own. In today’s episode, Brett and Dave share their biggest failures and what they’ve learned through the years. They also talk about EXP’s mentoring program that helps young agents find out what their weak spots are and become better at doing...

Duration:00:55:32

Brett Sikora & David DeVoe: Focusing on Yourself Pays Off

1/7/2020
One of the most important things to take into account in every industry - and the real estate world makes no exception - is yourself. It’s so important to always do what you set yourself up to, and respect your time. On today’s episode, Brett and Dave share their vast experience with real estate and what got them to where they are now. They run The DeVoe Group and The Sikora Group through eXp Realty - a virtual cloud-based brokerage that is changing the way real estate is done. Brett...

Duration:00:42:17

Best of 2019

1/1/2020
Deposit That means to deposit in your memory bank at least one thing from every episode, and every guest we had over the past 25+ episodes was asked to share one advice that you can implement into either your personal life, business life or both. In this special episode, we gathered every Deposit That advice from the show, so that you can have a powerful 2020 right from its beginning. Below, you’ll find a summary of the nuggets of wisdom we’ve collected over the past six months. On the...

Duration:00:25:10

Matthew De Fede: Using Creativity in the Real Estate World

12/31/2019
In the real estate field, 87% of agents will fail to thrive. But why is that? We have discussed in previous episodes about the lack of proper teaching and the hardships and benefits of being in this industry, but in today’s episode, Matt comes with a fresh perspective on this subject. His experience in the creative world has allowed him to create a different way of marketing the real estate business and he shares great and useful content for all the agents and home buyers/sellers out...

Duration:00:52:38

Jennifer Du Plessis: The Mortgage Industry 101 – How to Successfully Start Your Career

12/24/2019
Oftentimes, when we dive into a new business or a new industry, we are bound to make some mistakes. These are common mistakes that most people do when they start their career, so why not learn from those who experienced them? In the mortgage world, the errors in judgment are frequent, since not many people actually dream of becoming a loan officer or a realtor, therefore, there aren’t many ways you can learn, other than through experience. On today’s episode, I talk to Jennifer, who after...

Duration:00:40:51

Megan Anderson: How to Master Social Media in Business

12/17/2019
In the past several years, social media has become a powerful tool in successfully handling any business, but a lot of people still have to find their way in mastering the skills required to promote themselves on these platforms. Sharing your story gets a potential client to know, like, and trust you, but sometimes it’s hard to show up and be comfortable and confident with who you are, in the eyes of the world. On today’s episode, Megan shows us the importance of using social media for our...

Duration:00:35:24

Ben Osborne: Insights into the Sports Writing World

12/10/2019
Social media has allowed everyone to be a writer. Whether we’re updating our Facebook status, or we Tweet an opinion or post a long story on Instagram, we all put our creativity into words. But, being a writer means more than that, it requires a lot of hard work, discipline, passion, and dedication. In today’s episode, Ben shares some of the secrets he has learned over the years, from his experience with writing for sports magazines and websites, and also dipping his toes in the literary...

Duration:00:44:26