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Freedom Founders member Dr. Dennis Perry joins me on the show today to talk about his retirement journey and how he got into real estate investing. From exiting his partnership to the meetings with his financial advisor, he shares how he navigated the financial issues that came in early 2020 and how he found confidence again in his retirement. Chec…
 
Mike Zlotnik is the CEO and Founder of the Tempo Management group, dealing with investments and funds in the real estate field. He has an incredibly analytical mind that is so valuable when it comes to understanding what’s going on with the market and how to navigate your investments during an uncertain time. In today's episode, you'll get a glimps…
 
How we think really shapes our behaviors and the actions we take in life. Dr. Cody Cowen, one of our Freedom Founders members, joins me on the show today to discuss his journey in life (and with Freedom Founders), as well as what it takes to break out of a fear-based mentality and be open to growth. Check out the show notes for more information! P.…
 
What lessons came out of COVID and the shutdowns that happened? What do you plan to do with them—and where do you plan to go from here? Sherrie Rose, the author of The Cocoon Conundrum, joins the show today to talk about just that. She has some incredible insight to share from her book that will allow you to process and take important lessons from …
 
We’re back with the third round of the practice transition panel. In today’s episode, we’re going to focus on the business model going forward, the trends in practices, who should be an owner, what ownership looks like, and more. You will get insight into how young people are assessing their practice opportunities now and what that means for you an…
 
If you’re considering selling a part or full aspect of the equity in your practice, there are some key things to look at and understand about this process. This week, we will be continuing into the second part of a panel discussion I hosted on practice transitions. (If you haven’t yet, make sure to check out the first part of the discussion!) Today…
 
If you are mid-career and wondering what’s next for your practice, or if you're at the end of your career looking to exit your practice, this episode will be very relevant and timely for you. The next three weeks will be a behind-the-scenes look into the conversation I had with a panel of experts I had the privilege to host. These experts share ins…
 
Like never before, you need to look at your financial future through a totally different lens. Today I’ll be continuing the conversation I started last week about inflation and my new book, Inflation: The Silent Retirement Killer. Be sure to go back and check out the first part of this 2-part series if you haven’t already because I laid the groundw…
 
We have been in a declining inflationary market since 1982, and since then, we have gone through many deflationary market cycles, including the 2008 recession and the recent pandemic. So, what’s different about today? Why are we dealing with inflation now when we didn’t in previous years? In this episode, I will be explaining the current state of t…
 
Listen in for a lively interview on James Miller’s platform, Lifeology, where I got to share my insight on freedom. We discuss our common philosophies on life, freedom, and moving into what’s next. Don’t miss this illuminating discussion on determining priorities, making room for what matters, and building a life and career that empowers, fulfills,…
 
This week we’ll be jumping back in for part 2 of my interview with bestselling author Carol Roth. She joins me to discuss her new book, The War on Small Business, where she covers the impact of government mandates and overreach. Carol also dives into what we can do as small business owners to forge ahead and take advantage of the disruptions in the…
 
Amidst the COVID panic of the last few years, the government came out and determined which businesses are essential—and we’re finding out more and more that capitalism has been changed to cronyism. The next two episodes are from my interview with the bestselling author, Carol Roth, who joins me to discuss her new book, The War on Small Business, an…
 
Due diligence is extremely important because it’s too easy to slip up and get lazy in certain areas. That's why I've got today's guest, Darlene Root, on the show. A veteran in the investing space—and someone who also got caught in a situation that nobody wants to be in—Darlene joins me to discuss these types of situations, how both of us fell into …
 
So much of our lives as entrepreneurs, we are driven to support our families, do something different than the majority, find freedom, and find peace of mind. Today on the podcast, I have someone I met through a mastermind and someone I have so much respect for: Brent Snodgrass. He joins me for this episode to share what it took for him to step asid…
 
What is it that takes entrepreneurial spirits and moves them into the next phase of life—beyond scarcity and into abundance? In this episode, I get to talk with my good friend Chris Ryan about life’s purpose and how we can find, secure, and act on that purpose. As the CEO of Gobundance, Chris shares the key to finding success that is significant an…
 
John Way brings something to the table that every business owner wants to figure out. He’s the founder and Chief Productivity Officer at Pipelineapp.io, and he joins the show to share his passion for helping people in organizations work smarter and grow faster. After 20 years of building, managing, and refining enterprise systems and processes for …
 
In this episode, you’ll hear the second part of my conversation with Jay Conner about using private capital to invest in real estate. If you missed the first part of the discussion, including how Jay helps other investors to succeed in this area, be sure to check it out. Today, he will discuss the importance of relationships when it comes to puttin…
 
If you’re interested in doing business with private lenders or even using your private funds to invest in real estate, this is an episode you won't want to miss. My good friend Jay Conner joins me today to discuss how private capital works and share insight into how he has found massive success in that area. Jay is known as the private money author…
 
Lessons learned at an early age often have a huge impact that carries us through the rest of our lives. Steven Anderson joins the show today to share his story and key life lessons from his book, The Bicycle Book, that helped lead to greatness. You will come away from this episode with some extremely valuable ideas and insight that you can implemen…
 
I’m looking forward to this episode because my friend, mentor, and colleague of many years is joining me to talk about speaking into potential and developing barrier-shattering habits. Dr. Will Moreland is a business and transformational leadership coach and the founder of Will Moreland International LLC. He joins the show today to share inspiratio…
 
Today we’re going to talk about the business ownership position—a.k.a. the CEO position. Many of us aspire to be there, and many are there, either out of default because someone had to fill that position or because we were the ones who decided to build the business. Trey Taylor has been through each of those situations, and he joins me on the podca…
 
I’m excited to have Daisy McCarty on the show today so she can give us some insight into branding, messaging, and how to set yourself apart from the crowd. Daisy is a branding and marketing strategist and FCO of the Marketing Blender. In this episode, she gives us her take on the dental marketing scene so we can gain insight into what we might be m…
 
Today I’m joined by Vivek Kinra, owner of two large and fast-growing dental insurance consulting companies. He discusses how he got into the dental insurance industry and provides insight from his experience in building successful companies in a short amount of time. Vivek also helps to clarify the options available to dentists who want to better n…
 
In this episode, we finish up the second part of my interview with Rob Swanson and his eight rules of investing. (If you haven’t listened to part 1, be sure to go back and give that a listen before jumping into this one.) Today, we pick up where we left off, covering rules four through eight and talking about everything from decision-making to cash…
 
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