When tragedy strikes it can be hard to imagine life will ever be good again. But if you refuse to give up, you can find new opportunities that lead to success beyond your dreams.
Chris Singleton, a baseball player turned real estate investor, is a firsthand example of how your response to hardship can take your life in a surprising and successful direction. Chris was a college baseball standout with big league aspirations when his mother was senselessly murdered. Navigating life after tragedy led him to stumble upon the importance of real estate investing, and pointed him away from the dugout and into a speaking career including Fortune 50 clients.
In this episode, you’ll discover how to overcome hardships and still succeed, how to improve your creativity as a real estate investor, and how to define success on your terms.
Show highlights include:
- The Legacy Factor—how honoring departed loved ones can spark “other-worldly” levels of courage and productivity. (7:12)
- How suffering a brutal foreclosure can unlock a hidden business model that transforms you into a millionaire. (15:15)
- The “Five Fs” formula for growing your business (without sacrificing time you get to spend with your kids). (19:25)
- The “Rapper Perspective” mindset shift to keep early success from sabotaging your business. (18:43)
- How the “Tom Brady Test” can stop you from losing your loved ones, your legacy, and half your fortune. (20:57)
- The counterintuitive reason hitting your first passive income goal won’t be as liberating as you think (and how to keep this freedom thief from sucking your ambition and bank account dry). (23:38)
- The “stack it and rack it” strategy to ride the wave of inflation while everyone else fears the future. (24:58)
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