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Goals serve as our guide, whether it is in business or in life. Knowing what you want, when you want it makes it easier to find the best path towards our definition of success, be it greater wealth, more time with family, or a diverse investment portfolio. However, setting goals is not always easy, and some of our objectives don’t always feel “right.”
That said, let’s talk about how you can set goals as a passive investor on this episode of Mindset Minutes. Tune in as we discuss asymmetric risk reward, the main differences between deals (cash flow vs. backend), and risk profiles, among many other important topics.
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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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