Gary Pinkerton talks with America's Money Answers Man, Jordan Goodman, about resources that are available to veterans that many don't know about, as well as figuring out how often you should check your credit score and different places that can help you ensure you haven't overpaid on your mortgage, PMI, or escrow account.
[10:45] Resources many veterans and active duty members have but aren't taught about
[15:03] Real life numbers of using the Heroes Come First...
Gary Pinkerton starts today's show with some book recommendations that have had a significant impact on his life recently. He also details a little bit about his adventures in short-term rentals and what Jason's guest Flavia Berys has taught him on the subject.
Then, Jason Hartman talks with Flavia Berys, host of the Lifestyle Solopreneur podcast and teacher at Landlord Prep, to discuss the current legal landscape of short term rentals. The fight between residents and landlords of short...
Jason Hartman interviews Dr. Judith Wright, author of The Soft Addiction Solution: Break Free of the Seemingly Harmless Habits That Keep You from the Life You Want, and co-author with her husband, Dr. Bob Wright, of Transformed!: The Science of Spectacular Living. Consider the various activities you partake in throughout the day or week...shopping, video games, Facebook, eating, watching TV, perhaps mindlessly biting our fingernails, browsing magazines or surfing the web.
Gary Pinkerton talks with Jason Redman, former Navy Seal and author of The Trident: The Forging and Reforging of a Navy Seal Leader, about his experiences overcoming obstacles in his life. The two explore what it takes to conquer your ambushes, Jason's "Pentagon of Performance", the impact a lack of purpose is having on some disabled veterans, and why you need to get off the X.
[6:36] What the Pentagon of Performance is
[9:28] Money is the #1 thing that creates stress in...
Gary Pinkerton starts today's show discussing the importance of the different types of asset protection that are available to you as an investor. It's critical that you protect yourself from threats, which starts with privacy.
Then, Jason Hartman talks with Randy Hughes, a land trust specialist, about why and when land trusts should be used and how to use them effectively. Randy defines land trusts and explains some of the key elements of asset protection.
In the eyes of the IRS, a land...
Gary Pinkerton talks with Greg Amundson, former DEA Special Agent, SWAT Operator, Army Captain, Kokoro Yoga Instructor and Krav Maga Black Belt, about his books The Warrior and the Monk and Firebreather Fitness. Gary and Greg look into finding your unique genius, why fitness, spirituality and mindfulness can all be in harmony, and more.
[10:12] You need to find something you're passionate about, and then find a way to bring that passion into what you're already in
Gary Pinkerton talks with Tim Kelly, active duty Chief Petty Officer in the US Navy and founder of Kelly Housing Group, about how he's been able to do real estate investing while being on active duty, finding the right group to help you scale up as a person and how to succeed in real estate investing.
[6:50] How Tim got started
[14:12] Some information about Active Duty Passive Income
[18:09] Always think about your why
[19:56] Constantly think about how you can add...
Gary Pinkerton talks with Mark Dolfini, author of The Time-Wealthy Investor and founder of www.LandlordCoach.com, about why Mark is in real estate, what forms of real estate he likes, why you need systems in your life, and more.
[7:25] Why Mark likes single family over multifamily properties
[10:54] Mark got himself into trouble because he wasn't properly valuing his time
[16:02] You need to have white space in your life so that you can take the time to teach
Gary Pinkerton talks to Stuart Grazier, founder of the Military Investor Network, about how his network is attempting to help veterans invest in real estate. The two discuss what is available through the network, juggling a job and investing, taking the first step and the need to take advantage of the VA loan.
[4:48] How Stuart ended up focusing on real estate investing and members of the military
[8:35] Stuart's site allows investors to meet up, invest together, and find...
Jason Hartman talks with Nate Secor about his transition from the long-term rental market into the short-term rental universe. Nate opens up and shares profit margins, business planning, home picking, furniture finding and more as these two discuss every aspect of starting up your short-term empire.
[1:36] Nate's evolution from long term rentals to short-term
[6:04] One of the mistakes Nate's made along his short-term rental journey, and why you should target cities that...
Gary Pinkerton talks with Whiz Buckley, former decorated Navy Fighter Pilot, graduate of Top Gun, and founder of Top Gun Options LLC, about Whiz's service, how he used his military training to start his own company, and how veterans are in a much better situation than you might realize.
[4:28] Whiz's first day at American Airlines was supposed to be September 11, 2001
[10:24] Lessons learned in the military really transferred over to business consulting
“For far too long, too many people have regarded home ownership as ‘a good thing.’ It is certainly true that home ownership has its benefits. But, like everything else, it also has its costs and its risks.” This statement by Heroic Investing guest, American economist Thomas Sowell, has been regretfully muttered by many homeowners in various forms over the past two years.
Sowell is currently a senior fellow with The Hoover Institution at Stanford University. In 1990, he won the Francis Boyer...
Gary Pinkerton takes the intro to this show to discuss some of the world's greatest innovators, and the traits that each of them shared that made them the movers that they were. He also shares the fact that seeking and obtaining expert advice and help is easier now than it's ever been before.
Which leads us in to Jason Hartman's interview with Peter Shallard, owner of The Shrink for Entrepreneurs. Peter strives to help for-profit businesses that are attempting to make a positive change in...
On today's show, Jason talks a little bit about mastermind groups and touches on an article that was released by USA Today on the subject of investments. Jason brings up some very interesting points on the minimum wage discussion as well as talks about conflict of interests in financial advisers. As always, Jason shares some timeless wisdom about the US dollar, commandments to live by, and more.
USA Today Article
Business Insider Article
Gary Pinkerton talks with Casey Stubbs, United States Army Veteran, online marketing expert, and host of Finance & Markets Cashflow Hacking Podcast. Casey and Gary discuss the two sides of every business, his past in the armed forces, lessons learned from creating his startups, and how to go about leveling up your business.
Also, Gary welcomes you to come watch the Cash Flow Wealth Summit that begins tomorrow!
[9:26] There's 2 sides to every business
[12:27] The beauty of...
Gary Pinkerton starts off today's show discussing the natural existence of an organization: once created it will do whatever it can to survive. He points out government entities primarily, noting that times of war can make the Army balloon, numbers that can become difficult to cut back after the war is over.
Then Jason Hartman is joined by Steve Forbes, the editor in chief of Forbes Media, to propose and attempt to answer the question: Why does government get bigger and bigger when we know...
Gary Pinkerton talks with Marine Corps and the United States Army Medical Corps veteran Dr Scott Magill, executive director of Veterans in Defense of Liberty, about his organizations intent on returning the American culture to the beliefs and principles of those 56 men, our Founding Fathers, who pledged their “Lives, fortunes, and sacred honor” that liberty and justice might prevail throughout the ages.
[9:17] Do veterans have freedom of speech in perpetuity?
Gary Pinkerton starts the show off discussing your potential returns on real estate purchases thanks to the power of leverage and inflation. He also invites you to join the Cash Flow Wealth Summit coming up in a few weeks.
Then Jason Hartman shows how prudent real estate investors BENEFIT from inflation in two big ways! Here is how to use leverage prudently to maximize returns and reduce risks.
Gary Pinkerton takes today's episode to talk to veteran Joe Crane, host of the podcast Veteran on the Move. Joe and Gary discuss what Joe has learned about veterans after they get out of the service from his 200+ episodes of podcasting. They discuss veterans propensity to start their own business, and the value of setting up a support system.
[7:19] What is Veteran on the Move about?
[12:44] Some of the recurrent themes that have been learned from the podcast
This episode is chock full of trends, predictions and current affairs. Jason (The Predictive Genius) Hartman is a purveyor of rational recklessness. He shares an article from The Atlantic which asserts that Americans are moving out of the city and into suburbia. Once again proving his theory of the resurgence of the suburbs to be correct. Jason also reminds us to take time to remember the good things in life by way of the ‘Winning is Giving’ poem by one of his early mentors, Denis...