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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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May 27, 2019

Jason Hull’s personal mission statement is to inspire others to love true principles. This means he’s all about figuring out what works and sharing it with others. Jason is the world’s leading property management growth hacker, and enjoys helping property management business owners grow their businesses. He’s the host of the "Door Grow Show", founder of the Door Grow Club, a free Facebook group for property management entrepreneurs, and the creator of The Seed Program: The Ultimate Foundation for Property Management Growth. His mission at Door Grow is to transform property management businesses and their owners.

May 20, 2019

Zach Beach works with smartrealestatecoach.com, located in Newport, Rhode Island. He works alongside his wife, Kayla, brother-in-law, Nick, father-in-law, Chris, and a great support team. He’s a successful real estate investor, completing over 100 deals in under 3 years and continues to buy and sell property without using his own cash, credit or investor’s money. Zach is co-authoring their second book, The New Rules of Real Estate Investing. At age 25, Zach decided to jump into the family real estate business. It was one of the first big risks he took in his life, and nothing was guaranteed. He didn’t know anything about real estate, so through hard work, in-house training and implementation, Zach has now completed these 100 deals and growing. Additionally, he coaches students around the country on how to buy and sell property just like his family does.

May 13, 2019

Ian Ippolito is a serial entrepreneur and the creator of the investment analysis website called therealestatecrowdfundingreview.com. The site has over 12,000 visitors per month and has been featured in USA Today, Bloomberg News, Realtor.com, Curbed and more. Ippolito is also the founder of a private investor club for alternative investing, with over 1,300 members and over 1.35 billion in investable assets. In 2001, Ippolito created one of the first remote work websites from an extra bedroom in his house, rentacoder.com, which was later renamed vworker.com. Ippolito grew it to 450,000 users, 15 employees, and 11.1 million in revenue before selling it to freelancer.com for an undisclosed price in the millions. Before that, he created one of the first open-source websites for programmers, planitsourcecode.com. At its peak, the site had 1.5 million visitors per month. Ippolito has been awarded the Inc. 5000 Fastest-Growing Private Company Award four years in a row, and named to the 100 Most Innovative and Brilliant Companies by Entrepreneur Magazine. Ippolito has been interviewed by the Wall Street Journal, Business Week, Forbes, Time, Fast Company, Tech Crunch, CBS News, Fox News and many more.

May 6, 2019

With a vision to build the safest, most consistently effective and appealing solution to the epidemic of chronic pain, Brendon Lundberg co-founded Radiant Pain Relief Centers. He combines his mission to change the way chronic pain is treated with deep experience and healthcare management, marketing, business development and sales. Prior to opening the first center in 2014, Brendon played key operational and business development roles for two Portland-area Business Journal and Inc. Magazine growth award-winning companies and was the director of sales and marketing for another Portland-based medical device start-up. Brendon holds a B.S. in Business Marketing and an MBA.

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