Most real estate entrepreneurs run away from failure. Who wants to admit that they tried something new, and it blew up in their face?
Your friends will laugh at you, your family will remind you of your failures, and you go back into your cave feeling like a loser.
90% of the population will live miserable lives because they don’t want to suck at anything, let alone fail.
Failure is part of the formula for success. The good news is that you don’t have to make all the mistakes yourself.
In this episode, Corey Geary, an ex-black jack dealer, joins us from Novation Nation to discuss how to use all of your skills to overcome failure and navigate the real estate market. Tune in to discover some unique strategies that will put money in your pocket every time.
Show highlights include:
- The unusual way a blackjack dealer can set you up for success as a real estate entrepreneur (4:37)
- How to take massive action on bandit signs to find you lucrative deals (without leaving your hometown) (6:05)
- The best way to work with wholesalers to grab their cash flowing deals (before anyone else steals them) (6:45)
- 2 novice mistakes to buying real estate properties that can spare you a crushing bankruptcy (6:57)
- How to use this “flip to freedom” course to cut your learning curve in half so that you can start making juicy deals. (8:45)
- The dirty little secret of masterminds and why it will keep you from going in the red as an investor (23:54)
- The “novation” strategy current investors are using in today’s market to reduce their risks and increase cash flow (25:12)
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