Crushing Debt Podcast audience, meet Lauryn Fabrizio, our new associate attorney at Yesner Law.
Lauryn will be joining me from time to time to “co-host” the show, answer your questions, and provide additional knowledge and an additional perspective.
On this week’s show, we answer a few listener questions regarding various issues, including landlord/tenant law.
To contact me with questions, please email me at Shawn@YesnerLaw.com. To contact Lauryn, email her at Lauryn@YesnerLaw.com.
One of my goals is to read - I’ve set a goal of 30 books in 2019 and I will smash that goal (I’m on book number 24 as this episode is released, although I was working on book 23 as I recorded the episode). When I mention “reading” books, I mean legitimately reading physical books or books on my kindle. I am not including audio books, because I listen to podcasts while I drive around.
In this episode of the Crushing Debt Podcast, I review the following five last books I’ve read:
The Purple Cow by Seth Godin. The basic premise of this book is how you can make your business stand out in a crowd.
The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy. This book teaches you that small incremental improvements every day add up to tremendous changes over time.
Whale Done by Kenneth H. Blanchard, Thad Lacinak, Chuck Tompkins, and Jim Ballard. My biggest takeaway from this book is the power of positivity in creating relationships with my staff, my friends, my family and everyone else with whom I interact in all phases of my life.
Raving Fans also by Kenneth H. Blanchard, and Sheldon Bowles. I love Mr. Blanchard’s books because they use stories to make their point, and in this book the lesson is how to create raving fans for your business.
Putting Stories to Work by Shawn Callahan. I have always felt that finding and telling stories in my presentations was a weakness. This book cures that weakness by showing you how to find, incorporate, refresh or retire stories in your presentations.
What are some of your favorite books?
Where do you find your books?
Do you prefer printed books, e-books, or audible books?
Please let me know in the comments, on social media, by email at Shawn@YesnerLaw.com or through the website at www.YesnerLaw.com. You can also order my book - Crushing Debt: 9 Strategies to Eliminate Financial Bullies, and listen all the way to the episode for an offer from me!
On this week's episode of the Crushing Debt Podcast, I answer more listener questions related to foreclosure law and title law, and I continue to describe my love-hate relationship with foreclosure mediation.
If you have questions that you want me to answer on future episodes, please interact with me on social media, send me an email at Shawn@YesnerLaw.com or contact me through the website www.YesnerLaw.com.
Nick Raithel has been a great friend and resource to The Crushing Debt Podcast, introducing us to some of our best guests, being a guest himself on episodes 64 and 91, and having me on his show - 7 Rules for Real Estate Investing.
Nick was kind enough to provide us with a portion of the content from when I was on his show, Episode 9, which is the topic of today’s episode. Nick and I talk about my 7 Rules for Real Estate Investing, or 7 mistakes I see Real Estate Investors make when investing in property.
Nick’s previous appearances on the show were about writing a book to establish yourself as an authority in your field (episode 64) and writing a book specifically as a real estate investor (episode 91). If you’re interested in contacting Nick, or getting more information about Nick’s system to help you write a book in seven hours, please visit him at www.ContentCorps.net/Yesner
What other Rules do you have for investing in Real Estate? Please let me know at Shawn@YesnerLaw.com or www.YesnerLaw.com.