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Oct 25, 2018

Jordan Goodman has spent the past 40 years focused on one mission: to help Americans do better with their money. In a career spanning newspapers, magazines, books, radio, television, live events, teleseminars, and the Internet, he has helped millions of people to solve their financial problems and realize their financial dreams.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • What an escrow account is, and the purpose it serves in setting aside money for taxes and insurance
  • Why the banks often overestimate how much you should contribute and charge more than they should
  • How to use to determine what your payment into your escrow account should be and find a potential refund
  • How to go on vacation with Mitch Stephen to Mexico in February 2019 to talk real estate with Mitch and other investors


Oct 23, 2018

Lane O’Bryon got into the mortgage business back in 2001. Before that, he was in corporate America and hated his job. He quickly fell in love with the mortgage business and made more money in his first three months than he was going to make all year at his job that he had just left.

He had a few lucky breaks and found himself in the top 10% of producers among his peers. In 2010, he was asked to become a coach in the national program known as the Direct Lender Alliance.

Since then, he has successfully coached and mentored hundreds of individuals on all aspects of the lending business. He has also closed over 1000 deals in his career and is a full time student of the business.

Lane has interviewed hundreds of people at all levels including many industry experts to find out what works and what doesn’t work. This led him to create an agency business where he had over 100 agents nationwide.

He discovered the one UNIVERSAL PROBLEM that Investors, AND Brokers ALL have:
Finding, vetting and building relationships with the BEST SOURCES of Capital for YOUR SPECIFIC DEAL NEEDS!

Lane made it his personal mission to actually solve this problem, and now is helping hundreds with this unbelievable but very simple solution. Mitch says: “I personally have never seen anything like this anywhere, and I know that you are going to love it!. It’s the Perfect Solution.”

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • How Lane’s career evolved and how he became an expert in real estate financing
  • How the 2007 subprime mortgage industry collapse affected Lane and changed his career focus
  • How Lane recognized an opening in the financing industry and built a business to connect borrowers with lenders
  • How the Direct Lender Alliance gave Lane a chance to work closely with brokers, make connections, and guide his business model
  • What role Capital Connection serves in matching businesses with lenders who will best fit their needs
  • How a typical “fix and flip” loan is set up to help investors get great terms on mortgages
  • What options are available for “buy and hold” investors to obtain loans that fit their investment strategy
  • What comprehensive broker training education Capital Connection offers to strengthen your knowledge of the industry
  • How to get access to informative programs provided by Lane for both investors and brokers


Oct 18, 2018

Michael Sloopka is the Founder and President of Selling Solutions Inc and®. Michael, better known as the Negotiating Coach®, is an internationally recognized negotiating expert, highly rated professional speaker, negotiating skills training consultant, coach, and author.

He is also a leading expert in diagnosing selling and buying behaviour and the decision-making dynamics that directly affect the outcome of a negotiation, as well as teaching persuasive proposal development.

The Negotiating Coach® conducts tailored, engaging, and impactful presentations, seminars, and learning workshops on various negotiating and sales topics for organizations and associations around the globe.

Michael also assists organizations by joining their team for specific negotiating projects or by training members of their organization to negotiate more effectively to improve performance, business results, profitability, and outcomes.

Michael has delivered his powerful programs to over 50,000 people in over 31 countries. Michael has written articles or contributed to articles for Canada’s national Globe and Mail newspaper,,, AMEX Open Forum for Small Business, and Selling Power and Profit magazines.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • Two important questions to ask to negotiate better deals in almost any situation
  • How to outmaneuver inexperienced negotiators and make appropriate concessions to improve negotiations
  • Why it’s important to be creative and look for other concessions when there isn’t room to negotiate price
  • What a “tradeoff gambit” is and how it can benefit you, or harm you if you aren’t prepared for it
  • The four negotiation types and why it’s important to understand your type and the type of the person you’re negotiating with
  • How “maximum plausible position” can assist you in finding the right opening offer
  • What gambits and counter-gambits you need to be aware of to ensure that the negotiations go in your favor
  • How to get access to Michael’s audio program to learn the gambits and counter-gambits you can use in negotiation
  • Why reading your negotiating partner can give you valuable insights into their personality and establish trust
  • Many negotiating examples, important scripts, and tactics to turn the negotiating process in his favor
  • Which major companies Michael has consulted for in the science of negotiation
  • How “blueprinting” your negotiating partner can give you important information to anticipate how they will respond to your offers


Oct 16, 2018

Colby Amerine is a 10 year former Firefighter, Real Estate Investor, NLP Practitioner, Public Speaker, and Coach of new investors and entrepreneurs.

As a firefighter/paramedic, his career was cut short with a devastating injury on the job. Fighting his way back through a grueling rehabilitation process, he lost 110 pounds and began inspiring others with his story. As each life challenge pushed Colby to the next level, despite the trials and tribulations, he never lost his sense of humor or compassion for others.

After recovery Colby needed a career change. He decided to try his hand at real estate. Partnering with a former firefighting comrade, together they launched a real estate company in Texas with the hopes of transforming mediocre properties into prime investments. Properties that might attract other commercial or residential investors and developers.

Colby Amerine is now doing development deals in Houston, Dallas, Austin, Los Angeles, New Jersey, New Orleans, and other distressed markets. With years of sales experience in multiple industries, Colby has negotiated thousands of transactions with great success.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • Why Colby’s physical injury caused him to reinvent his own future and enter the world of real estate investing
  • How Colby learned the ins and outs of real estate and became successful in his new career
  • What steps Colby had to take to recover from a huge setback when he worked with the wrong mentor early in his career
  • Why finding a good mentor you want to emulate in business and in morals is the key to success
  • How “Neuro Linguistic Programming” (NLP) can benefit you in business and in personal development
  • Why mirroring another person’s body language and tone will help you build a rapport with them and open communications
  • What strategies Colby has found most effective for real estate investing, flipping, and wholesaling
  • Why it’s important to listen for unexpected opportunities and be prepared to take chances
  • Colby’s advice for new investors just starting out in the real estate business


Oct 11, 2018

Garrett Gunderson is called a “financial genius” in entrepreneurial circles, but he wasn’t born with a silver spoon. In fact, Garrett’s blue-collar roots are what make him so passionate about helping entrepreneurs build Economic Independence.

Garrett comes from a fourth generation coal mining family, raised in rural Utah. His great-grandfather left San Giovanni, Italy in 1913 to escape government corruption and excessive taxation. He came to America and was separated from his family for 7 years, living in a tent so he could build a better life for his family.

Garrett’s approach to personal finance is firmly rooted in this history. His company, Wealth Factory, helps self-made business owners and entrepreneurs who understand hard work — but who haven’t been given the proper financial tools to build lasting wealth. Because even though Garrett’s great-grandfather understood the value of hard work, he never got to enjoy it. And without proper structures, hard work is like eating soup with a fork. You keep busy, but stay hungry.

So Garrett imagined his great-grandfather was his client. How could he have helped him grow his wealth faster? And with that thought in mind, he built the kind of company that would have helped his great-grandfather build Economic Independence in 3-7 years instead of taking three generations to break the cycle of scarcity.

The process Wealth Factory uses to help you is simple. First, they recover leaking money that’s rightfully yours. Next they connect you with experts who create a framework that preserves, protects and grows your money. And finally they build structures that help you live wealthy now while creating a lasting family legacy.

This family legacy — and the burning desire to pass on what he’s learned to his children — are what drive Garrett to help others. He now spends his time innovating new financial tools and technologies that help small business owners and entrepreneurs like you build lasting wealth, live the life you love, and pass on a lasting family legacy of your own. He believes your legacy is defined not just by money, but by the values and contribution you pass along.

Garrett lives in Salt Lake City with his wife, two children and a dog. When he’s not traveling, speaking, or spending time with his family, Garrett enjoys Crossfit, eats Paleo and makes people laugh at local stand up comedy clubs.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • How Garrett started his first business at 15 years old and how it kick-started his financial education
  • Why finding a good mentor and continuing your financial learning is critical for success
  • Why it’s important to save as much money as possible on taxes and to have a new tax professional review your tax returns every three years
  • How to build an effective tax team with four key people who can save you money and why you should meet with them quarterly
  • Which questions you should be regularly asking the professionals on your tax team to turn expenses into deductions
  • Why thinking outside the box and using the reclassification of income can find tax deductions you might have missed and save you money
  • Examples of finding unconventional ways to get tax credits through the purchase and donation of artwork and historical building easements
  • How to get a free copy of Garrett’s book “What Would The Rockefellers Do?”
  • Why hiring a good team of tax professionals will more than pay for itself and shouldn’t be considered an expense
  • Garrett’s advice for new entrepreneurs for keeping more of your money in your pocket


Oct 9, 2018

Larry Goins has been investing in real estate for over 20 years. Previously, Larry served as president of the Metrolina Real Estate Investors Association in Charlotte NC, a not-for-profit organization that has over 350 members and is the local chapter of the National Real Estate Investors Association.

Larry is an active real estate investor and travels throughout the United States speaking and training audiences at conventions, expos, and Real Estate Investment Associations on his strategies for buying and selling houses. Larry has also written several books on real estate investing that are available wherever books are sold. Larry and Kandas are also the host of the BRAG Radio Show. BRAG is all about using real estate to Be Rich And Generous.

Between speaking engagements and mentoring other investors, Larry oversees the daily operations of his investing business that wholesales properties, seller finances properties and holds properties for investment.

On a personal note, Larry and his wife, Pam, have two children, Linda and Noah. He also has a granddaughter, Ember. They are a member of New River Community Church in Lake Wylie, SC. As a husband, father, businessman, and real estate investor, Larry holds true to his core values and moral integrity. His personal and business motto is, “People and principles before profits.”

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • Larry’s Filthy Riches model for buying and selling cheap houses to make dramatic profits
  • How to sell inexpensive houses with payments less than rent, using just a phone and an internet connection
  • How to sell a home using unconventional tools like eBay and Craigslist
  • Where to get funding to buy these houses without going out of pocket, using sources like private financing
  • Why selling “nearly livable” properties as-is is generally superior to “fixing and flipping”
  • How to get a free analyzer tool from Larry to evaluate deals easily and in seconds
  • Why you should be selling the note only when you’re starting out, with the end goal of keeping the note for yourself
  • Example deals Larry has made to highlight the returns he’s been able to achieve
  • Why small towns are the ideal location to be looking for investment opportunities
  • What you’ll learn and what tools you’ll get from Larry and Mitch’s webinar


Oct 4, 2018

Michael Quarles started as an Entrepreneur when he was an adult teenager, buying an R2 lot and constructing a duplex. He didn’t know what the heck he was doing; all he knew was that he wanted to. He had an “S” on his chest mentality, which helped push him through the many unknown battles of real estate.

Since that day, Michael has been involved with hundreds and hundreds of real estate deals. In 1991, he obtained his general building contractors license, building over 70 single family home and multifamily units from the ground up. In 2006, he was proud to obtain his broker’s license.

After doing hundreds of deals on purpose and thru systemization, several people asked Michael how he did as many deals as he did. His answer then remains the same as it is now: it was a matter of marketing, understanding negotiation, and respecting systems.

Subsequently, Michael began helping new and seasoned investors jumpstart their marketing and their careers through a variety of the businesses that he runs today, including,, Buy Sell Fix Flip Academy, 1800Sell4Cash, Call Text Technologies, Inc., Print Centers, Alex/Ryan Call Center, and The Michael Quarles Real Estate Show.

During his career as an entrepreneur, Michael has come to realize that the difference between success and failure is our belief and understanding of the words Help, Want and Need and how those three words keep us from finding success.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • How Michael began his career as an entrepreneur in his late teens and found success in multiple industries
  • Why Michael believes in “making money for people he hasn’t met yet”
  • Whole-tailing, and how it is one of the keys to real estate profits with minimal effort
  • Michael’s “Alex Ryan Angel” call center and how it works in the background to make him money
  • How Michael’s coaching programs work and how to get participate in his programs
  • How Michael uses modern real estate technology to locate and complete deals all over the country
  • Why effective scripts can push sellers to sell houses at the terms Michael requires
  • Why Michael believes in hiring a team of ordinary people using his extraordinary system rather than hiring extraordinary people
  • How Michael uses cluster marketing to attract as many sellers as possible using varied marketing methods
  • Why entrepreneurs should always be looking to work on and improve their businesses to adapt to the changing market
  • Why Michael has stopped using the words need, want, hope, and wish in his life and replaced them with the word require


Oct 2, 2018

Mitch Stephen has been a self-employed RE investor for 20+ years. His real estate investing career started at the age of 23 when he read “Nothing Down” by Robert Allen.

REAL ESTATE INVESTOR: Mitch, together with his wife, Tommi, and his daughter, Shannon purchased their fair share of local houses. Their company, Independence Day, Inc., has bought and sold over 1,500 properties in and about San Antonio, Tx since 1996. This company specializes in buying distressed properties with OPM and the selling of those owner financed properties.

Mitch is the author 3 books:

Failing Forward to Financial Freedom

200+ Ways to Find Bargain Properties

My Life & 1,000 Houses
The Art of Owner Financing

For more info about these books go to

Mitch offers Online Education, Group Coaching, and one-on-one Mentorships as it relates to all the aspects of Owner Financing and owner financed properties.

Mitch forged the creation of a mass texting software, to help solve problems that arise when you get numerous calls from bandit signs and other advertising efforts to sell your houses.

The main reason Mitch wanted this system was to reduce the number of calls from potential buyers (that asked the same questions over and over) to a group of the most qualified buyers, saving time for the sales team. This solves that and much more to streamline your selling process.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • Why many investors tend to blow off leads that they don’t think are valuable to themselves, though they could still be valuable to someone
  • Why real estate is often about limiting the amount of liability and responsibilities and why just buying and selling is often the best strategy
  • The reason some people prefer to buy “slum” houses and some people prefer to buy high-end luxury houses
  • Foreclosures, tax liens, and other encumbrances: why these may make properties less attractive to you, but still attractive to someone
  • Why Mitch deals with both primary leads — his own leads — and secondary leads, which others may be interested in
  • How undesirable leads can still be followed up with low offers and turned into other leads, if someone else is interested in them
  • Mitch’s sequence of lists he can use to forward leads to, in the event a property isn’t to his liking
  • Mitch’s mentorship, which focuses on not fitting a square peg into a round hole
  • How through mentorship, people can be challenged and grow in business, with external forces supporting and guiding them