Hey Fit & Frugal Tribe!
In this enlightening episode, I sit down with Jon Lopez from Nine Doors Down. We dive into his transformational journey from a comfortable W-2 job to the exhilarating world of entrepreneurship.
Jon opens up about the mental and emotional shift required to leave the security of employment and embark on his own business venture. We discuss the significance of networking, the art of relationship-building in real estate, and the challenges and rewards of working alongside his spouse. Jon also sheds light on how he incorporates his passion for DJing into his business endeavors.
Our conversation goes beyond the realms of real estate, touching on the delicate balance of work and family life, and the vital role of introducing children to the concepts of entrepreneurship and financial literacy.
We wrap up with insights from Jon and his wife's capital raising course, designed to empower others in their real estate journey through effective capital attraction strategies.
Taking calculated risks and betting on yourself is essential for success in entrepreneurship.
Building relationships and networking are crucial in the real estate industry.
Sharing your knowledge and helping others is a powerful way to create value.
Exposing children to entrepreneurship and financial education can set them up for success in the future.
Jon and Toni Rose have recently launched “The School of Nine Doors Down,” an online course aimed at revolutionizing the real estate journeys of aspiring capital attractors. The course offers valuable lessons on creating engaging pitch decks, identifying ideal investors, enhancing marketing strategies, and delivering persuasive pitches to secure funding.
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