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Hollywood and Washington have long been strange bedfellows. Hosts Jonathan Del Arco (Picard, Star Trek: TNG,) and Tara Karsian (American Horror Story, Review) drill down on the intersection between the two through interviews with industry and political insiders. Join the Hollywood Caucus by subscribing today!
 
Introducing our new podcast, Taking Notes with NextGen! In this bi-monthly series, we sit down with someone from the NextGen network to learn more about their background, where they work today, and insights they have from the industries they lead. Whether a founder, a Venture Partner, or a friend of NextGen, we hope to tap into their expertise and share it with you every other Tuesday.
 
On February 6, 2014, late night talk show host Jay Leno disappeared. He stopped doing his regular late night show on NBC, fired all of his employees, and removed himself from the public eye after decades of coming out every night and shaking the audience’s hands. Nobody has heard from him - and no one knows why he left. “Comedian” and Overall Fame seeker Jude Tedmori has taken it upon himself to track down and find Jay. Every week Jude and a guest will go to Burbank to find the now Missing J ...
 
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Success comes down to clarity of thinking and wanting to grow without avoidable mistakes and unnecessary risks. Our guest for today is Cherif Medawar, a hedge fund manager, author, and educator. Today, we're talking about Cherif's exciting, innovative strategy – targeting single-tenant commercial real estate properties. You probably haven't heard o…
 
I brought Todd Tresidder in today to impart his knowledge about the expectancy analysis principle. Todd started in the hedge fund business, built up his wealth, and moved on to financial coaching. He was able to retire early and founded financialmentor.com. In today's episode, Todd shares why finding out about the expectancy analysis principle is t…
 
Prominent investors have lost hundreds of thousands to millions of dollars to common cybersecurity scams and schemes. Today we brought in cybersecurity expert Josiah Mann. In this episode, Josiah walks us through some of the common cybersecurity scams that exist and shares simple tips to help improve your cybersecurity and avoid getting your accoun…
 
Kyle Garman is a Venture Partner with NextGen, SVP, Global Business Development at SAP, and most recently the author of The Entrepreneurial Mindset.In this episode of Taking Notes, Kyle chats with Dan Mindus (Managing Partner, NextGen Venture Partners) about how to prepare today's kids for the future job market through ideas outlined in his new boo…
 
Bryce Robertson, "Your Australian Real Estate Mate," is a real estate investing entrepreneur, syndicator, educator, best-selling author, world traveler, and adventurer. Bryce is an Australian native, with over 20 years of experience in large commercial construction projects, real estate, and business. In this episode, we brought in Bryce to talk ab…
 
Kyle Rudduck is a managing director at the Constellation Wealth Advisors and a fiduciary advisor with particular areas of expertise in constructing tax optimized investment strategies, asset protection, estate organization, and retirement planning. In this episode, we will be talking about the portfolio optimization strategy. How high paid professi…
 
Doc G was an internal medicine physician when he discovered the personal finance community through a book called The White Coat Investor. Since then, he has left clinical practice to pursue his passion for deep conversations about money and life. In today's episode, we discuss the process and psychology required to become financially independent an…
 
Today we are talking about teaching your children financial independence, teaching them how to manage their money, and teaching them about what money means. Our guests today are Doug Nordman and Carol Pittner. A father-daughter team who wrote a book on this topic. Doug Nordman served for 20 years of active duty in the U.S. Navy's submarine force an…
 
Jesse Mecham is the founder and CEO of You Need a Budget, a financial education+software company. He also wrote the WSJ Bestselling book by the same name. In today's episode, we dive into his business and the reason behind it. Understanding the importance of your budget, why you need it, and what a budget really means. It doesn't matter whether you…
 
Fritz Gilbert retired in June 2018 after more than three decades in Corporate America, where he progressed through various levels in a multinational corporation serving the global aluminum industry. His award-winning blog, The Retirement Manifesto, is focused on “Helping People Achieve a Great Retirement.” In this episode, we are talking about reti…
 
Chris Mamula used traditional retirement planning principles, combined with creative lifestyle design, to retire from a career as a physical therapist at age 41. He is also the primary author of the book Choose FI: Your Blueprint to Financial Independence. Today we are talking about his story of attaining financial independence. We also get into th…
 
I had the pleasure of speaking with the real estate investor, Arn Cenedella. Arn has an extensive real estate background focused on single-family properties. He has been involved in the real estate world for 40 years. Arn has recently transitioned from single-family properties to passive syndicated investments and is now enjoying a more relaxing in…
 
I had the pleasure of speaking with entrepreneur, real estate investor, and owner of Jevons Properties, Enrique Jevons. Jevons Properties buy, sell, and manage a range of large and small apartment complexes, single-family homes, duplexes and provide high-quality housing solutions for tenants and drive higher profit margins for owners. Let's dive in…
 
I had the pleasure of speaking with the real estate investor and founder of EarlyRetirementNow.com, Karsten Jeske. Karsten had a long career in Finance and Economics, and after accumulating assets through investing in index funds and private equity real estate, he is now enjoying his early retirement with his family since 2018. Let's dive into Kars…
 
Tom Olson is the owner of the Olson Group Network and the founder and president of Good Success. Good Success works around their four core values: charity, stewardship, community, and growth. Tom is also a real estate investor and dreams of making the world a better place for everyone. Let’s dive into Tom’s story of how you can succeed in real esta…
 
I had the pleasure of speaking with entrepreneur, real estate investor and co-founder of Trident Multifamily, Mike Vann. Trident Multifamily acquires multi-family apartment complexes with value-add opportunities that force appreciation and deliver strong returns for their investors. Let’s dive into Mike’s story of how you can succeed in real estate…
 
Want to replace your W-2 income with an online business? Learn from those who have done it! Rob Berger from Dough Roller and Forbes joins us to talk about building his business, leaving his day job behind, then ultimately selling the business he built and living the life he wants to live. Rob normally doesn't talk on this topic - typically you'll f…
 
Cost Segregation is all the rage in the real estate world these days. After all, why shouldn't it be? Some of the cost segregation proponents out there say it promises to reduce our tax bill to almost nothing! But does it really? Michael Plaks, CPA, joins us to teach us the other side of cost segregation. Aka how cost segregation is sold to you and…
 
Sensei Gilliland joins us to teach us his strategy for providing remote rehab properties to investors. You'll learn what remote real estate investors should look for when selecting a market and a property, what it takes to succeed as a busy business owner - Sensei Gilliland owns multiple businesses, from his real estate investment company to a seri…
 
What's your asset protection strategy? How well proven is it? Brian Bradly from BTB Legal joins us to teach us about a proven strategy to protect US assets with a series of overseas trusts and accounts. He teaches us how it works, how the strategy has been tested in courts of law over the years, and how investors can incorporate overseas bridge tru…
 
NextGen portfolio company Aceable is working to help people with life’s certification challenges. The company’s first mobile app offers accredited driver’s education courses and it is now expanding into other verticals such as real estate continuing education. NextGen invested in Aceable in 2015, and Blake and his team prioritized building a divers…
 
Should you pay off college debt before starting a side hustle? How should you think about your college debt, including in terms of how much you have, the interest rate, who it's being paid to, and all of that? Robert Farrington of The College Investor joins us to teach us how to think about paying off college, organizing our debts, and how to be a …
 
What's better for high paid professionals to invest in: residential real estate or commercial real estate? Today we get into that question and find out why commercial real estate just might be better than residential for many investors. Shane Melanson is an experienced real estate investor who coaches other investors in how to get into commercial r…
 
Is it possible to achieve financial independence and retire early within a few years? Yes! Jaspreet Baveja did it by lending private money to real estate investors and earning a fantastic return. He left his W-2 very quickly by implementing the lessons he shares in today's episode, and his wife is not far behind! Jaspreet made smart moves to build …
 
Mobile homes are the ultimate in affordable housing - why not invest in them? John Fedro from mobilehomeinvesting.net joins us to teach us why and how mobile homes can be a great investment. He got started with his first mobile home when he was fresh out of high school, and now he's teaching others how to get in the mobile home investing space! Les…
 
How do you invest in real estate in a recession? Should you? Is it a good idea? Bill Bronchick joins us to teach us from his multiple experiences investing in real estate during recessions, and how we can succeed during today's market. Bill has written multiple books about successful real estate investing, including "How to Sell a House Fast in a S…
 
Is it possible to make money investing in rental real estate in Los Angeles? Yes! Anthony Walker from Buckingham Investments joins us to teach us the strategies that enable him to earn great returns on Southern California rentals Key takeaways: Misconceptions about the LA Rental Real Estate Market Deal mechanics that WORK in Los Angeles Real Estate…
 
Is it possible to make a solid return by investing in primary real estate markets like Miami? Yes! Kathrin Rein joins us to teach us the strategies that she and her clients are using in the Miami, Florida area to invest in a variety of types of real estate. From raw land to cash flowing multifamily, there is money to be made in Miami real estate! L…
 
Busy professionals often wonder if it's possible to build a big real estate portfolio while working. The answer is "YES! But..." And today you can learn what it takes. Powell Chee, our guest on this episode, has built a big multifamily real estate portfolio by syndicating properties while working as a busy professional. Syndication allows passive i…
 
Ever wondered how to make a return in high end real estate markets? It's a tough one - prices are high, competition is high, and inventory is low. Well, today you'll learn how it's done and strategies one successful investor is using to earn a return on Seattle real estate investing! Real estate syndicator Preston Walls joins us to share his top le…
 
Self-management in real estate has more than one meaning. Jason Pero knows both of these meanings well, but do you? Jason Pero from Pero Real Estate returns to the show to bring us these key lessons that propelled him along his real estate career. The more time I spend in the real estate investing world, and the more successful investors I meet, th…
 
Is it possible to scale from one real estate deal, all the way to financial independence? Yes! Feras Moussa scaled his portfolio quickly using lessons he shares with us today, and now he and his partners own a large portfolio. Do you want to get into real estate, scale up, but you don't know how? Here's how a successful and his investor partners di…
 
Want to be financially independent, but think you can't do it? Think again! Travis Watts went from working in the oilfield in Saudi Arabia to becoming financially independent by investing in real estate. Here's how he did it, lessons you can learn and repeat, and mistakes not to make along the way. What you'll learn by listening: How to start build…
 
Hollywood power couple Melinda McGraw and Steve Pierson talk about their careers, marriage and how they became political activists and helped to swing the Election in 2016 and their plans to the same in 2020. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Starburns Audio LLC, Tara Karisan, Jonathan Del Arco, Kyle Fritz
 
The recession is here! Creative real estate investors can thrive in all markets, even in recessions! Eddie Speed has been investing in real estate notes since the 1980s, and today we learn some of the tricks that investors can use in down markets to thrive. Get in touch: www.noteschool.com/passivewealth Other Similar Episodes: Financial Independenc…
 
Economic tough times are here. Unemployment is at record levels, small businesses are folding left and right. Today we're talking about how real estate investors can weather the storm of tough economic times with an experienced real estate investor and property manager, Steve O'Brien from Arcan Capital. You'll learn: How to do deals during uncertai…
 
Emmy award winning Director/Producer Anthony Hemingway (Red Tails, The People V O.J. Simpson, Treme, The Wire) joins us today to talk about the current state of our country, his career and coming out to his mother. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Starburns Audio LLC, Tara Karisan, Jonathan Del Arco, Kyle Fritz
 
What's the key to growing your real estate investments? Today you're going to find out. Douglas Skipworth has built a big real estate portfolio. So big, he rounds the number of units he owns to the nearest hundred. Today he shares the top lesson - the key - that propelled his real estate portfolio to the stratosphere. Get in touch: Douglas on Linke…
 
Is it possible to invest in Airbnb properties, without having to be right there, every day, turning properties and dealing with tenants? Yes!! Our guest Tim Hubbard did exactly that, and he called in to talk with us from an island in Brazil! Running a vacation rental business isn't all vacation, though. It takes strategy and skill to set up this ki…
 
Are your multifamily properties adequately insured? They might not be! Darrin Gross is an insurance expert and today we're learning important insurance information for multifamily value-add investors. Do you have an insurance expert on your team? Who do you call when you have a question or need an estimate for your underwriting efforts? If you don'…
 
How can a regular person become a multimillionaire? Well, today's the day you find out. Glenn Gonzales is the Maintenance Man who became a Multimillionaire Real Estate Investor. He shares the lessons he learned, how he did it, and what you need to know if you're determined to break the financial mold and become a multimillionaire, no matter what yo…
 
Do you want to escape the corporate world and make your own way as an entrepreneur? Don't know where to get started? Listen today to learn how to do exactly that. Agostino Pintus was a C-Suite Executive in the technology space, hit some tough times, and eventually found the other side in entrepreneurship. He shares the lessons and strategies that m…
 
Turnkey real estate is a great opportunity for busy professionals, but it is not a risk-free strategy! There are many pitfalls to avoid, and today Stuart Grazier from Storehouse 3:10 Ventures joins us to teach us some of those pitfalls and how we can build passive cash flow. Stuart also runs an online real estate investing summit, Veterans REI Live…
 
Liens and Mortgage Payers vs Tenants - which is better? Bob Fraser from Aspen Funds joins us to teach us why it's better to invest with notes than buying properties, putting renters in them, and having to manage the tenants, toilets, and termites. Get in touch: Aspenfunds.us Other Similar Episodes: Why Cash Flowing Real Estate is Better than Develo…
 
It's all too common that Physicians get to the end of their careers, only to realize they can't retire! There are many reasons why this happens: lifestyle creep, financial discipline (or not), being a sole practitioner and/or the sole breadwinner in their household, and on and on. Vanessa Peters, MD, has the solution! She has a wealth of experience…
 
In this episode of Taking Notes with NextGen, host and Managing Partner Dan Mindus speaks with Tom Griffiths, CEO and Co-Founder of Hone.Hone was launched based on Tom's experience as a Co-Founder and executive of FanDuel. As the company grew, he needed to bring managers up to speed quickly, but couldn’t find any good products to do so. Tom created…
 
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