Within each other, Heather and Bob found the spark of ambition to grow more and do more than they ever thought possible. Inspired from a family past of real estate investment, Bob had an unwavering view that real estate would be the vehicle to get them there, and in Heather, he had the perfect unfiltered insights to drive such a vehicle. Rightly so, as their road to passive income would not be a straight one, but one worth traveling all the same.
(March 28, 2017) Tell Del Tuesday “Putting Passion Into Practice” – Featuring LU Members Bob & Heather
Today, Del digs into his email box to chronicle the stories of many different individuals at varying points on the road to financial freedom. In so doing, he pauses at times to provide advice, he conveys the power of this new way of investing, and he fans the flame for financial freedom overall!
Del Walmsley and David Fisher discuss the ineffectiveness of conventional retirement plans and the swiftness of obtaining financial freedom through real estate investing.
The Lifestyles Unlimited family stretches much further than our employee base. Today, an outpouring of support from this family of like-minded investors floods the phone lines after what was easily one of the grandest real estate investor events of the year, The Wealth & Passive Income Expo! Lastly, a representative of Second Chance, a non-profit established to serve the needs of adults with traumatic brain injuries and acquired brain injuries, shares his reaction to the LU support from this month’s donation game!
Today, Del reveals the scars of a work life which took everything he had to sustain, but gave next to nothing in return. Perhaps never before has he so precisely and so evocatively depicted the early days of his life on the air. In so doing, the building blocks of Lifestyles Unlimited become more familiar and relatable than ever before. As if cut from the same cloth, our mission is every bit a part of the man behind it – Del Walmsley.
Powerful concepts are at play during this podcast with Houston Multifamily Mentor, Curtis Haines. From the investment motivators of different generations to using the tools of one percenters to create financial legacies, this show is all about the carrots (rewards) and the sticks (consequences) leading people towards real estate investment. This is your front row seat to the triggers of an evolving investment landscape.
During this show, Del Walmsley contests 19 of Napoleon Hill’s 30 causes of failure from his book “Think & Grow Rich,” which as of a recent article from Business Insider, have been deemed to still be relevant today. One by one, however, Del tees up each point and drives it to the forefront of our minds as a cautionary tale for listening all too intently to the self-help genre.
Where one person starts their push towards financial freedom, another can be hampered by dozens of unanswerable questions. Here are 7 tips to help you sort through irrational fears and find higher financial footholds. Taken directly from Del Walmsley’s experiences, these tips will reshape your perspective for what is possible in your life.
“Being in a bad deal is a lot worse than missing out on a great one,” says Kim on today’s show, an idea which meshes perfectly with the thinking of all mentors at Lifestyles Unlimited. To highlight this point further though, Del probes Kim for a case-by-case analysis of prospective properties that were love at first sight for our members, but were expertly averted by LU mentorship.
If the lofty picture you have in your head of your financial freedom is holding you back, it’s time you stopped letting it. Why? Financial freedom is more nuanced than any of us can fully imagine. In fact, it’s so broad that our some odd 20,000 members are still finding new ways to live it. On this show, Del invites you to rethink everything you know about large scale financial success. Financial freedom is a lifestyle more than an idea, and your picture of it won’t become clearer until you take the action steps towards it.