Summary

Chris Miles teaches entrepreneurs and professionals how to get their money working for them.  Join Steven and Chris as they discuss the ineffectiveness of mainstream investing, building the financial team to help you succeed and understanding tax benefits in order to achieve the financial freedom you have been looking for. Remember that people are not becoming financially free doing the norm. You’ve got to do something different if you want to create that new path. 

Key Takeaways

  1. Understand the return profile you’re experiencing and how you could better allocate it so it could create a better return
  2. Lenders don’t get the tax benefits owners do when you participate in equity versus debt The Equity Partners get more tax advantages
  3. Read the right corporate structures to protect you because you’re not just making money, you want to protect what you keep and then make money on top of it
  4. If you want to be financially independent, reject all the mainstream investing practices. That has been proven not to work. 

Resources Mentioned

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About our Guest:

“As founder of Money Ripples, host of The Chris Miles Money Show, and co-author of the book Entrepreneur on Fire, Chris Miles is a leading authority on quickly creating wealth by increasing monthly cash flow and creating passive income. He has shown hundreds of thousands internationally how to free up or generate tens of thousands of dollars each year! Chris has been featured in US News, CNN Money, and Bankrate.com and has a reputation for getting his clients fast, proven results. Many of his clients have the option to retire in less than 5-10 years, and Chris himself was able to retire twice by age 39! Chris’s passion is helping entrepreneurs, and high-income employees become financially prosperous by finding and fixing their money leaks and creating passive income. 

Chris and his family live in Utah, but enjoy escaping to warmer weather during the winter months. In addition to helping his clients increase their cash flow, Chris is a talented ballroom dancer, choreographed ballroom dance routines for Utah Valley University, and got 5th place in his third grade spelling bee.”

FEATURED EPISODES

Learn from the smartest minds in business & investing.

Rod-Khleif

Rod Khleif

Director at The Lifetime CashFlow Academy, Best Selling Author & High Performance Coach
Kathy Fettke

Kathy Fettke

Co-CEO of Real Wealth Network, Host of the Real Wealth Show & author of Retire Rich with Rentals
chris-voss

Chris Voss

World's #1 Negotiation Coach, Bestselling Author "Never Split The Difference"
Brandon-Turner

Brandon Turner

Cohost of BiggerPockets Podcast, Author and Managing Member of Open Door Capital LLC
david-allen

David Allen

Leading authority in organizational and personal productivity, Author of Getting Things Done
Joe-Fairless

Joe Fairless

Host of Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever show, Co-Founder of Ashcroft Capital

About The Show

What separates those who succeed from failures? Join thousands of listeners who learn the mindset of real estate investing and how to create multiple income streams. From busy professionals interested in passive investing or the real estate entrepreneurs who are primed to scale all come together to learn the mindset of creating financial and time freedom.

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YOUR HOST:

Steven Pesavento

The Investor Mindset Podcast & President VonFinch Capital

Steven Pesavento has always been obsessed with understanding how we can think better, how we can be better and how we can do better. He is an active real estate investor who curates Commercial Real Estate Investments for clients.

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