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How to Lose Money

Hosted by Paul Moore and Josh Thomas, How to Lose Money is a wealth-building podcast dedicated to the honest, sometimes gut-wrenching stories of business and life lessons learned. If you’re an entrepreneur going through a tough season, a business executive wanting to avoid strategic mistakes, or just someone who loves to hear about victories earned on the other side of painful trials, this podcast is for you. With new episodes every Monday, we feature an interview with a business leader who has made mistakes that you don’t need to repeat. We discuss topics like: risk-taking, financial principles, entrepreneurship, growing your business, real estate investing, best business concepts, leadership, books and resources, relationship hacks, networking, passive income, time management, and more!
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Oct 30, 2017

Donald has a belief that “anyone” can sell, if they have the desire. Early on in his sales career, Donald struggled with sales, but through the proper training and coaching, he became a top performing seller. He has since taken it upon himself to “evangelize” the message of effective selling to new and struggling salespeople and entrepreneurs close more deal. Donald hosts a popular sales podcast called The Sales Evangelist.

He works with small companies in developing effective sales processes as well as training their teams. He is an award winning sales and motivational speaker. When he’s not training, speaking or selling, he love spending time with his family in South Florida.

Oct 23, 2017
Scott Smith, founder of Royal Legal Solutions, protects his clients from lawsuits and makes them "judgment proof". With over 5 years experience in litigation, Scott works on proactively building tax advantaged companies which double as defensive asset holding structures to stop lawsuits before they are ever filed. Scott is a real estate investor himself and 100% of his clients are are also investors.
Oct 16, 2017

Sunny Burns is 27 and a full-time engineer working for the DoD. He is happily married with two kids. Sunny and his wife bought their first investment property in 2015 off the MLS, a Quadplex, 20 min from NYC, this allowed his family to live for free and allowed his wife the freedom to retire from her teaching job and stay home with their child.

They bought it for $430,000 - less than two years later it appraised for $630,000. They then used a cash-out refi and HELOC on that first property to buy a second investment property, a Triplex - also 20 min from NYC. Together the two properties appraise for $1m, and will gross over $100k in annual rents. Other than real estate, Sunny also sells pacifiers on Amazon Prime and writes a blog.

Oct 9, 2017

During 2012, Jason starting Alphabet City Brewing Company – a New York City based brewery that distributes to over 500 restaurants and bars in New York annually. In that same year – Jason helped opened Jack’s Sushi and Sliders, a New York City lynchpin in the Gramercy neighborhood for fast affordable bites. In 2013 Jason moved to New Jersey to take over the strategic operations of the family business of House Lifting and Building Moving – W.A. Building Movers. Jason’s family has been in the construction industry for over five generations.

In 2014 Jason bought his first investment property in a beach town effected by Hurricane Sandy and focused the team's focus in the direction of growing a real estate portfolio.

Oct 2, 2017

Joseph is a multifamily investment specialist and founder of EBG Acquisitions. Leading group acquisitions of over $10MM in real estate and providing asset management services to a portfolio of 156 units and growing. Joseph has over 17 years of experience in the software industry, 12 of which working for publicly traded companies such as GameStop and JCPenney which enhanced his business acumen, analytical skills and “big picture” perspective, all skills that he leverages in his real estate business.

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