(March 22, 2019) Putting Financial Growth into Perspective

Today, Del broaches the topic of personal finances with his listeners. But, instead of only breaking down the do’s and don’ts for personal financial growth, he relates this daunting topic to his hobby of gardening. Here, listeners can expect a relaxing conversation geared towards producing a stress-free perspective about growing one’s wealth.

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(March 21, 2019) You Can Have Anything You Want in Life, but You Can’t Have Everything

In the fight of his life against cancer, Del turned to the joy of train-making. He threw himself head first into this world, and before he knew it, he was overloaded with tracks, trains, landscapes and more. Making sense of this new hobby became a building block of his life and Lifestyles Unlimited; you can have anything you want in life, but you can’t have everything.

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(March 15, 2019) Give up Your Ego & Find Yourself a Mentor

He learned it while reaching his physical peak for competitive body building and power lifting, and he learned it at his darkest hour fighting cancer while pursuing the complex hobby of model trains; “I do not believe you can fail your way to success.” In these pursuits and more, Del believes more in the power of successful mentors to change lives instead of individually failing enough to eventually succeed.

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(March 14, 2019) How Del Walmsley Achieved Financial Freedom

This is the story of how Del Walmsley picked up the pieces after working 12 hours a day, 6 days a week, for 12 years only to lose almost everything he’d earned on Black Monday. Down, but not out, this became his turning point to pursue and achieve financial freedom. Today, he shares that story with you.

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(March 13, 2019) The Happiness Curve

On today’s show, Del reflects on his life and discusses a concept on which most psychologists agree: that life satisfaction follows a U-shaped curve. In other words, we’re happy when we are young, miserable during mid-life, and happy again once we approach our 60s. Research shows that this U-shaped curve holds true across nations, cultures, and income levels. But Del challenges this concept and asks, “Can you really be happy in old age if you are not financially secure?” Listen in and let Del know your thoughts.

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(March 12, 2019) Tell Del Tuesday “Banker Retires with Passive Real Estate Investing” – Featuring LU Member & Ambassador, Jim

Here, we’ll learn how Lifestyles Unlimited Member and Ambassador, Jim, turned his 30 years of banking experience into one of his biggest assets for passive multifamily investing. This meant utilizing some of what he’d learned in the finance industry and embracing new education from his mentors at Lifestyles Unlimited. In so doing, Jim fully realized his goal of sustaining himself entirely through passive streams of income.

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(March 11, 2019) How Del Turned Four Houses into a Multimillion Dollar Multifamily Portfolio

Using leverage, Del bought four single family rental homes in a two-month period of time. His goal was to use the high cash-on-cash return from single family rentals to lift himself out of employment in the health club industry. The task proved almost too easy. So, he continued to follow what he now refers to as the “real estate investor roadmap” by investing in apartment communities. Join us for Del’s original tour through the “real estate investor roadmap.”

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(March 08, 2019) Del Contemplates the Portrait of the Millionaire

Responding to a listener request to analyze a concept mentioned in the classic Napoleon Hill book, “Think and Grow Rich,” and the landmark publication, “The Millionaire Next Door,” Del contemplates the concept of transmutation. This analysis provides a great insight into his beliefs about 401ks, higher education, pension plans, consumer spending and more.

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(March 07, 2019) Syndications Done Right

Chances are you’ve seen promotional videos for real estate syndicators: the flashy cars, the fancy suits, the over-the-top salesmanship. But, you may not realize that these syndicators charge fees, offer lower returns, and are less transparent, which translates to less protection for investors in these syndicators’ deals. Today, Del talks about the road he took to avoid such deals and create a better way. The results? Listen for yourself.

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(March 06, 2019) What Today’s Real Estate Market Is Telling Us

Del cleanly connects the dots between major trends in today’s real estate market and the Lifestyles Unlimited buy/hold model, describing a current climate that is generally better for steady yields than deep value gains. Join Del as he explores mortgage rates, a high-income earner renter population spike, and a decline in flipping and wholesaling.

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