Someone you know has the property answers you need!
Here’s your chance to “eavesdrop” on our conversation
The other night we had a round table chat with 2 members of my mastermind group and we recorded the session, so I would like to invite you to listen to the replay. Click here now to download this great audio and enjoy it at your convenience.
By the way…this special session would be really useful for property investors, business people and entrepreneurs who want to take their lives and their wealth to the next level.
In our conversation Ed Chan and Ken Raiss and I discussed what it takes to build a true property investment business using lessons we learned from our personal experiences and those of the small group of successful clients we work with once a year at Wealth Retreat.
We explain what these successful investors did differently to what most investors (those who don’t get the same results) do.
Just click here now and you can listen live or download the replay for later listening.
I really enjoyed the conversation we had the other night and I think you’ll benefit from it because Ed, Ken and I each discussed much the same thing, but came from different perspectives.
We discussed a lot including:
- The big lesson Ed Chan’s uncle (who’s in the BRW Rich 200 list) taught him.
- The 3 main reasons most investors never become a Level 4 investor – one with a true property investment business – and how you can use this information to help you move towards this.
- The Wealth Curve – what investors do differently at different stages of their property investment journey.
- The 3 biggest blockers to real wealth.
Have a great week, make it a great week!
Michael Yardney is a director of Metropole Property Investment Strategists who create wealth for their clients through independent, unbiased property advice and advocacy. He is best-selling author, one of Australia’s leading experts in wealth creation through property and writes the Property Investment Update blog.
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