My guest this week lost $50 million in the 2008 Great Recession real estate crash and has recovered!
How did he do it?
Will the market crash again?
What do you say to someone (or to yourself) who is allowing the fear of another 2008-like crash from investing in real estate?
My guest this week is Rod Khleif, a real estate investor, podcast host, author and philanthropist, who gained his education through seminars - by seminars, we mean spectacular failures.
Rod and I talk about mindset, fear, and overcoming fear to build, lose and then rebuild wealth.
You can find Rod:
Rod has a special offer for listeners who text "Rod" to 72345 for his seminar July 29 - 31, 2022, in Denver Colorado.
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If you have any questions, you can also contact me at Shawn@YesnerLaw.com or www.YesnerLaw.com.
What do the wealthy do differently in regards to their money and their investments?
Why would you not want to put your money in a 401k?
This week's guest on The Crushing Debt Podcast is Stephanie Walter, CEO of Erbe Wealth. Stephanie is a legacy cash flow specialist, capital raiser, syndicator and real estate investor. Stephanie's passion is teaching people to "unlearn" what most of us have been wired to think about money, and she educates people on attaining wealth that can be passed on to the next generation.
You can reach Stephanie at:
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Sam Cohen of Attorneys First Insurance will help new and existing attorneys and title companies to review, purchase or compare malpractice insurance. Sam@attorneysfirst.com or www.attorneysfirst.com.
Mark Purvis (our editor) who created www.LegacySpotlight.com to help retirees who are looking for a fun and rewarding project that will bless their families today and for generations to come, by recording and capturing the wisdom within life's stories.
You can reach us at Shawn@Yesnerlaw.com or www.yesnerlaw.com.
How much money does your spouse make? What about your significant other? What about your roommate or kids?
Many clients get confused that bankruptcy is based on their income alone. Unfortunately, when someone files bankruptcy, whether they can file Chapter 7 or 13 is based on the household income whether or not the spouse, significant other, roommate, etc. files bankruptcy. Unfortunately, this can cause issues when the person filing makes no money, but others in the house make a significant amount of money. How do we calculate how many people are in the household? That's the subject of today's Crushing Debt Podcast episode.
I also provide an update on the Paskay Memorial Bankruptcy Seminar, as well as the proposed increase in the automobile exemption in Florida to $5,000.
We have a second sponsor, who has actually been with the show from the very beginning. Mark Purvis, owner of Real Time Productions, Inc. is the audio editor for the show. Mark has also helped with various videos on the Yesner Law website (www.YesnerLaw.com) and our YouTube channel (Yesner Law - YouTube). You can visit Mark's website at www.RealTimeTelevision.com.
We also want to mention our long-time sponsor, Sam Cohen of Attorneys First Insurance. If you know an attorney starting his or her own law firm, or a brand new title company, that would be a great referral to Sam to write their professional liability coverage (malpractice coverage). You can reach Sam at Sam@AttorneysFirst.com or www.AttorneysFirst.com.