Everybody makes mistakes, however some of us end up going to jail for it. In today’s episode I have Augie Ghilarducci, Vice President of Training and Development for 2nd Opportunity, to share with us his experience in prison and how he has learned from his mistakes and used this experience to create opportunities for people who have been incarcerated.
In today’s episode, I want to talk about the money trees growing in our backyards. These are the tools and resources that we already have and can help us find money where we did not think there was any. We will also be reading some listener feedback and questions that ties in directly with our topic today.
Making tough decisions and taking action can already be difficult in itself. Now, imagine having to do both in the midst of a worldwide pandemic. In today’s episode, I will be following-up with artist, speaker, and content creator, Beth Inglish. She will be sharing with us her incredible transformation, from being an artist who did not know anything about sales, to pivoting and creating a whole new line of work that she is now excelling in.
In today’s episode, I had the honor to speak with the host of the critically acclaimed Money Tips for Financial Grownups Podcast and author of How To Be a Financial Grownup, Bobbi Rebell.
Today, we will be listening to an episode that I reported back in May of 2020 at the beginning of Covid with someone I call a real estate ninja or a deal structure ninja; his name is Brandon Rumbley.
The first thing you have to do in real estate investing is the clarity pillar, by learning from people who’ve done it before and going down this road of building your strategy knowing exactly what you’re going to do.
There is a saying in prison that goes “you can do the time, or you can let the time do you.”. Mike Morawski did more than his time’s worth and has accomplished so much more.
We all make mistakes. Sometimes what leads to committing these mistakes is our negligence of what’s happening around us. In Part 1 of this episode of Micro Empires, Mike Morawski talks about his experience from building an enormous real estate empire to getting a 10-year federal imprisonment sentence.
For today’s episode, we will go in-depth about my story from bankruptcy to $1.4 million in income-producing properties. This is a replay of an interview that I did on The Real Estate InvestHer Show with Liz Faircloth and Andressa Guidelli.
Everyone has the ability to change and be a productive member of society. All they need is the right environment and the right push to help them find their place.