Financial freedom is something we all dream of. Imagine being able to live life on our terms and have enough money to do all the things we want to do. What if we could teach our kids how to set themselves up to be millionaires too? Grant Sabatier is back to show us how financial freedom is possible for parents and their kids with a new mindset for money!
What lessons are you teaching your kids about money? What about personal accountability, savings, and investing? How do they see you spend money?
Today we talk to a special guest who tells us his dad’s approach to raising financially responsible kids and how it made him leagues ahead of his peers of the same age.
Ryan Enk from CashflowDadlife is back on the show for Part 2 of our series on how to start investing in real estate with little money and no experience.
Ryan helps people achieve financial freedom in one year or less using creative, under-the-radar real estate investment strategies that have huge money-making potential.
Today we talk about how to conquer the fear mindset when real estate investing, how knowledge decreases our investment risk, and how to make the most of the unknown and untapped financial resources that we all have available to us.
Ryan also tells us about his new book, The 7 Day Real Estate Survival Blueprint. The moves Ryan shares in this episode might make your head explode a little bit, so make sure you download it to listen again later.
What would you do if money didn’t matter?
Today’s guest is Ryan Enk from CashflowDadlife.com. He’s going to talk about passive income real estate investing, and you do not want to pass up this show!
Even if you don’t have any savings, Ryan reveals the secrets of using other people’s money to invest in real estate, scaling that business upwards, and being able to quit your job in 12 months!
As fathers, we’re always looking for ways we can provide a better lifestyle for our families. Today, author and real estate genius Billy Keels tells us how we can break the golden handcuffs with a side hustle in real estate, even if we’re starting out with next to nothing.
Guilt: the fact of having committed a specified or implied offense or crime (Merriam Webster Dictionary). Is taking care of yourself a crime? We sometimes treat taking care of ourselves as if we believe it is a crime because we think that taking time for ourselves is taking time away from our family.