For the fifth anniversary of Investing in the US, we’ve compiled the top ten highlights from some of the best episodes on the podcast.
Let’s take a trip down memory lane and re-listen to David Osborne as he talks about how he built an ecosystem out of different income streams to create long-term wealth, and Keith Wasserman as he shares the habits that helped him build a real estate company worth over a billion dollars. We’re also bringing back our interview with Glen Carlson where he talks about the power of a personal brand and how businesses can ratify themselves against the competition.
This episode also has one of the best snippets from our episode with M.C. Laubscher, the host of Cashflow Ninja, where he teaches us how to learn to fail as an investor, as well as some of the most common mistakes that rookie investors make.
Finally, we listen again to Christopher Kai as he shares his incredible techniques of getting big-game players to actually listen to his pitches and how to make an impact on the high rollers he meets.
These highlights bring back some of the best lessons and principles in investing, such as:
- Goal setting is extremely important in creating long-term wealth
- Getting started is always the hardest part
- When pitching, don’t ramble on and don’t waste their time—go straight to the point and ask for their contact number
- Find a role model and find an example to emulate; it’s okay to be second best to the smarter guys
- A disruptive brand and philosophies can help you beat the competition
If these highlights inspire you to give our previous episodes another go, check out our archive today.
Thank you for helping Investing in the US reach its fifth anniversary!