(February 08, 2019) The Maturity Continuum

Today, we look back at an older Del Walmsley Radio Show to understand one of the foundational concepts of our organization. The Maturity Continuum, a concept originally created by Dr. Stephen R. Covey, is a spectrum of three life-stages characterized by increasing levels of income control and financial independence. Learn how we use real estate to move through these stages to financial freedom.

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(February 07, 2019) The Retirement Guessing Game

Today, Del contrasts an article detailing how much one needs to retire later vs. just building the passive income to do it now. When you start going down the road of guessing how much you’ll drive your car when you’re 65, the smaller home you’ll likely have, or the lower budget you’ll likely hit because of reduced activities, it becomes clear today’s retirement planning is nothing more than an elaborate guessing game.

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(February 05, 2019) Tell Del Tuesday “It’s As Simple As Best Product, Best Price” – Featuring LU Member, Chad

Look what happened to this engineer when he followed the Lifestyles Unlimited real estate investing playbook, “Best Product, Best Price,” to the very letter. “If you do it right and you capitalize up front, these things really fall into place. The whole thing works if you do what Del says.” (Chad)

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(February 04, 2019) What Gets in the Way of a Great Life? A Good One.

Looking at a team like the Patriots, now winners of their 6th Super Bowl, it’s hard not to feel like the game is rigged in their favor, or that maybe they have some special abilities others don’t. But, it’s more likely that they have a better plan for success, one that is setup to succeed no matter the circumstance or who’s on the field. Winning has become normal. It’s become expected. What if everyday people could do this with their financial goals? As Del explains, they very much can.

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(February 01, 2019) Putting More of a Life Back in Your Life

Del Walmsley starts by setting the record straight about his philosophy about money and real estate investing. What follows is a powerful analysis of the song “Cats In The Cradle,” revealing the toll of a prevalent work culture. Then, Del tells his life’s story about facing, and ultimately escaping, a vicious work cycle of his own. This show embodies the Lifestyles Unlimited slogan: “It’s Not The Money, It’s The Lifestyle.”

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(January 29, 2019) Tell Del Tuesday “Never Again” – Featuring LU Members, Kevin & Celina

The waking nightmare of losing a vital job right at the beginning of the Great Recession will never fully leave Kevin and Celina. “Never again” they told themselves echoing the promises of so many across the country at that time. But, in order to put this into practice, they’d have to change their entire way of thinking. Join us for a story that’s about much more than investing in real estate.

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(January 28, 2019) The Peace of Mind of Financial Freedom

Forget for a moment what financial freedom looks like. On this show, we invite you to experience how it feels. Here, recently out of the hospital, Del talks about what it’s like going through some of life’s toughest moments, or things he has no control over, knowing he and his family are, and forever will be financially free.

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(January 25, 2019) How Members Take Our Program To New Heights – Featuring LU Member, Robert

Robert holds a special place in the Lifestyles Unlimited family as being one of, if not the first member to purchase a class A apartment complex. Both this investment (including the knowledge that stemmed from it) and his award-winning Rockstar Capital Management team are just a few of the centerpieces to a portfolio worth $235M.

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(January 24, 2019) Financial Freedom For America

Today, we hear success stories of Lifestyles Unlimited members around the country with special insights provided by National Multifamily Mentor, JB Durham, and CEO/Founder, Del Walmsley.

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(January 23, 2019) Educated Out of Success

Today, we’ll discuss how the U.S. educational system and our overall culture changed in the era of the Industrial Revolution to favor specialized skillsets over critical thinking, a paradigm shift that Del argues stifled the intuitive, resilient thinking necessary for individual large-scale financial success. Follow Del as he uses many examples, including his own life experiences, to drive this point home.

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