Maneesh is the founder of Pavlok and Shock Clock, helping people change their habits for good. In 2008, Maneesh took a two year break from studying at Stanford to travel and start hackthesystem.com, a travel blog about credit card hacking and digital nomads. In 2012, his article, “Why I Hired a Girl on Craigslist to Slap Me in the Face- And How it Quadrupled my Productivity”, went viral. In 2013, he took that idea to start a company that earned almost 8 figures in revenue over the last several years building devices that use psychology and sensory stimuli to help you change habits and wake up early. That company helped over 75,000 customers wake up in the morning, reduce cravings, quit smoking and defend against distractions, and, therefore, essentially helping people get fitter and healthier.
Vinney Chopra’s success in real estate investment and syndication is a testament to the power of enthusiasm, passion, persistence and positivity. He came to the United States from India over 40 years ago. He had only seven dollars in his pocket, but he knew without a doubt that the opportunities offered by this country were within reach because he had a vision for his life plus the commitment to learn, work hard and sacrifice to achieve his goals. He has successfully completed 27 multifamily syndications over the years, controlling 3500 units valued at $220 million. He also has a new fund for accredited investors who want to invest in multifamily.
Fernando Angelucci is the 27-year-old senior managing partner of Titan Wealth Group based out of Chicago. He first read Rich Dad, Poor Dad when he was 16 and subsequently started his first business at the age of 19 while attending the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. When Fernando graduated with a bioengineering AG degree in 2013, he went on to work in a Fortune 50 company and immediately started investing in single family homes on the side. By the age of 23, he was able to replace his income and exit the “9-5” life to begin investing in single family and multifamily properties full time. By 24, he began purchasing value-add self-storage facilities and within two years began pooling funds from his investors to build ground-up, class A self-storage facilities to flip to publicly traded REITs.
Adam started investing in real estate in 2005 after repositioning his first apartment community in 2007 from a $2 million value to a $4 million value in 12 months as a property manager. Adam bought his first multifamily apartment building. Since then, Adam has managed several single family “fix-and-flips” and holds over 100 multifamily rental doors. Adam is the organizer of Colorado’s most active real estate group, and he hosts the "Creative Real Estate Podcast”. Adam has been a guest on countless popular podcasts, including the “Best Ever Show”, “Investor Army”, and the “Investability Podcast”.