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The BiggerPockets Real Estate Investing Podcast

Author: BiggerPockets.com : Brandon Turner and David Greene

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Imagine you are friends with hundreds of real estate investors and entrepreneurs. Now imagine you can grab a beer with each of them and casually chat about failures, successes, motivations, and lessons learned. That’s what The BiggerPockets Podcast delivers.

Co-hosted by Brandon Turner and David Greene, this podcast provides actionable advice from investors and other real estate professionals every week. The show won’t tell you how to “get rich quick” or sell you a course, boot camp, or guru system; instead, the BiggerPockets Podcast will give you real strategies that work for real people. Start listening and join the over one million members who are learning to invest on BiggerPockets.

Visit biggerpockets.com, and follow Joshua Dorkin @jrdorkin, Brandon Turner @BrandonAtBP and David Greene @DavidGreene24.
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#307: The Science Behind Setting and Achieving Big Goals
Raise your hand if this describes you:  You start working toward a new goal with excitement… only to watch it eventually fizzle out to nothing?  If you’re human, it’s likely you’ve experienced this phenomenon. Why is it some goals are just so hard to accomplish, where others we seem to accomplish with ease? On today’s episode of The BiggerPockets Podcast, that’s exactly what you’ll discover. Diving deep into psychological research on goals, motivation, and time management, Brandon and David will pull back the curtain on how people set and accomplish big goals and give you a “GPS” toward changing your life forever. If there is one episode you listen to all year… let it be this one! In This Episode We Cover: The real estate G.P.S. system GOAL Specific Difficult Feedback Commitment Training your reticular activating system Make sub goals Reward yourself for small wins PLAN Why humans need processes and steps Lead measures vs. leg measures Learn the L.A.P.S. system on finding deals Keystone habits SCHEDULE Schedule meet-ups Set the behavior, time, and location ACCOUNTABILITY Why you may want to join a group that meets weekly with clear structure And SO much more! Links from the Show GoBundance BiggerPockets Podcast 226: From “D-Student” to $400,000 in Annual Rental Property Cash Flow with David Osborn BiggerPockets Calculators Realtor.com James Clear BiggerPockets Events Goals Research Summary (Graphs) Brandon's Blog Posts StickK App  
#306: How to Go From a Few Units to Over 1,000 with Monick Halm
Are you looking to take your investing from casual to serious someday? Have you ever thought about what it would take to own thousands of units without having real estate run your life? Well, you’re in luck! On today’s show, we interview Monick Halm. Monick’s story will blow you away as she shares how she went from house hacking a duplex in L.A. to owning over one thousand units! Monick’s super simple system for finding others to partner with and invest in her deals has allowed her to scale without creating an overwhelming amount of work for herself. You’ll be amazed at Monick’s super simple formula for using the “three Cs” to find partners, her tips for raising private money naturally, and the effortless way she scales her investing. Do NOT miss her seven step criteria for choosing a new market and how to evaluate an area to find where it is in the market cycle (including which point you want to jump in at). Monick’s story is creative, encouraging, and inspiring to investors of all levels. Don’t miss out on this show filled with practical advice today!   In This Episode We Cover: How Monick bought at worst time to get into real estate How she partnered on her first house with a friend and each lived in one side (unique and creative house hacking technique) How she met Robert Helms of the Real Estate Radio podcast and it changed her thinking Her “Three C” system for evaluating potential partners to work with: Character Commitment Capacity Her 7 criteria for choosing a market to invest in: Population growth Job growth Diversified economy Landlord friendly Business friendly In the right part of the market cycle (rising market) Familiarity How she ramped up her business by getting into syndication Why finding “business friendly” markets will help ensure you have a healthy tenant pool The four stages to a market cycle (and which one you want to look for when deciding when to jump in) How she developed land to create an awesome RV park to satisfy a market with massive rental demand And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums Become a Guest at the BiggerPockets Podcast The Real Estate Guys Radio Flip or Flop (TV Series) Secrets of Successful Syndication
#305: Financial Independence in Your 30s Through Just 5 Investment Properties with Brad Dantonio
Are you interested in retiring early with real estate but don’t want to manage hundreds of properties to do so? Today’s guest has managed to travel to 54 countries in the last three years after retiring in his 30s by owning just FIVE properties. Brad Dantonio shares exactly how he reached financial independence at such a young age by focusing on three unique skill sets (and how you can, too). In this episode, you’ll learn how Brad has created “time wealth,” how he tracks every expense he has, and how he achieved the equivalent of a four-year degree while sitting in Houston traffic! Brad also gives us the three tips he shares with young people (including how to take your journaling to a whole new level), how he forever changed his relationship to fear, and how learning the art of delaying gratification at a young age gave him an advantage over his competition for life! Brad has a fantastic story of overcoming adversity as a young child and using his setbacks as fuel to create the system he used to retire early and live the life of his dreams. If you want to use real estate to live your best life, this is an episode you don’t want to miss! In This Episode We Cover: How Brad got into real estate How he increased his income every year for 13 years because he was fanatical about self-development How journaling impacted his life The story of him selling his software to make money and using it to to buy houses How he ended up self studying about negotiation and sales His offensive and defensive techniques on living less and earning more The value of tracking expenses Why he thinks he's wealthier than billionaires through the concept of time wealth And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Meetup and Events BiggerPockets Webinars My Fitness Pal My Body Tutor Toshl How Does it Feel to be Rich? (Blog) BiggerPockets Store MBA562 Guest Teacher: Brandon Turner- How to (Finally) Write a Wicked-Awesome Book in 100 Days or Less (Podcast Episode) A Simple 4-Step Process for Writing Your First Book in 100 Days (Blog) Connect with BiggerPockets Publishing SalesForce Amazon
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Comments (31)

Ben Dickey

process goal

Dec 6th
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Cameron Coburn

This show has great information, but my god these guys are fruit cakes.

Dec 5th
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Rabindra Suknanon

How can I find out more about hard money lenders

Oct 4th
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Kerrilyne Ferranti

Is there a link to where you archived your guests answers to their favorite business and real estate books?

Sep 27th
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Aaron Edmondson

is anyone else experiencing serious audio problems? I'm getting Alot of volume cutting out.

Sep 24th
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Matthew McKibben

I really like the idea of calling property managers as a tenant vs as a property owner.

Aug 26th
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F. Bourque

Nice épisode

Jul 27th
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michael rizk

very good podcast

Jul 23rd
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Louis Moore

this guy is awesome

Jul 11th
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Merry Haberman

281 Joshua

Jun 25th
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Artur Gorbenko

I can do this

Jun 16th
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Ugochukwu Opara

Artur Gorbenko yes you can. Go at it💪🏿

Jun 18th
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Jeff Jackson

love this episode!

Jun 5th
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Ken Monestime

21

Jun 4th
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richard tejada

"I am not very good at flipping" Brandon. I like how honest and open you guys are about the stuff you're not good at. I am starting now and that is good advice to figure out what it is that we're not good at and our strengths and find people who are good at this stuff we're weak at thank you

May 15th
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Marvin Brandt

Please do more shows like this!!!

May 10th
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richard tejada

great advice! thank you ❤️🤸

May 2nd
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Nathan Watson

Yeeeeaaaaaaaahhhh baby

Apr 11th
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Nnamdi Okorafor

Long-tailed questions are annoying. Give your guest an opportunity to answer the question. Mindy turn down your mic, your voice naturally carries well. Alright! (In Brandon's voice) Great episode as always, very informative.

Mar 5th
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Ugochukwu Opara

Nnamdi Okorafor typical igbo man lol

Jun 19th
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Nnamdi Okorafor

Craig is amazing. He needs to have his own show. Dude is funny with tons of knowledge.

Feb 28th
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Joshua Meador

that was an awesome podcast. she was very interesting. one question I have is about the first deal. why did they write you a check? u said she still owed more than it was worth. could you elaborate more on the deal please . thanks you for you information! Josh meador

Feb 28th
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