(March 13, 2015) The Del Walmsley Radio Show: Living Your Retirement Instead of Waiting For It

Doing the same thing over and over again to get a different result is the definition of insanity. But, people do this very thing every day when seeking advice for retirement – “wait until you’re 65; don’t pull your money out until you are around the age of 70; you’re way too young to retire.” On this podcast, Del Walmsley breaks down an article from USA Today that talks about a young man who intended to gain retirement advice from his father, but his father did not live to see the day. With that, the search for a retirement plan had begun. What was learned, what was achieved and what was ultimately lost in this search? Del has all of these answers for you and much, much more.

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(March 12, 2015) The Del Walmsley Radio Show with Special Guest, JB Durham: Shaping The Intellectual Real Estate Investor

As JB Durham puts it, he typically sees a lot of people who are “playing not to lose instead of playing to win.” So, the goal is to change the name of the game and then to make sure it’s played well. Lifestyles Unlimited® is all about building investors from the ground up, so that means that an understanding of the market, of the business model and of each member has to constantly play into the foundation of our teaching. To hear firsthand how our mentors manage the interplay of these vital educational factors, have a listen to this podcast, where our DFW Multi Family Consultant, JB, will walk you through everything you need to know.

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(March 10, 2015) Tell Del Tuesday Is A Go! Featuring LU Member Don R.

Del Walmsley’s email blew up with an overwhelming amount of positive comments for “Tell Del Tuesday,” a new weekly installment of The Del Walmsley Radio Show geared solely towards bringing you LU Member stories, deals and insights. So, the listeners have spoken and now they shall receive! Meet Don Rowell, a DFW member who’s been with us for a couple of years and has decided to be our first volunteer for “Tell Del Tuesday.” Hear about his life before finding LU, his introduction to the company and what he’s done since joining!

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(March 09, 2015) The Del Walmsley Radio Show: How To Solve Problems When The Problems Are The Solutions

When many people arrive at our 2-Day Financial Freedom Seminar, they aren’t so much trying to solve their problems, as they are trying to find better solutions. Social Security offers little in the way of retirement unless you work through your 70’s; a 401k only works if you have a job; an IRA is a slow growing tax DEFERRED investment; and speculating in the stock market will give you worse odds than flipping a coin. Perpetual work, it seems, is the only option… Then, at different points in the seminar, Del Walmsley challenges everything you’ve been led to believe, and from that comes something you haven’t had in a long, long time – choices. Join Del on this podcast, as he reminisces about another successful 2-Day experience and as he shows you how the strengthening U.S. dollar will affect the real estate market.

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(March 06, 2015) The Del Walmsley Radio Show: “Going To School To Be A Doctor In Order To Live Like A Student”

Del Walmsley’s focus today is solely on the emails and phone calls of his listeners! So, as there is no overarching topic on this LU podcast, anything and everything is bound to happen on this episode of The Del Walmsley Radio Show! To start things off, a graduate student emails the show about a troubling guest presentation in his veterinary business course, which was that of a financial adviser. What was the presenter’s message? Go to school to be a doctor, but live like a student for the rest of your life, and you’ll be able to retire at the age of 65…

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(March 05, 2015) The Del Walmsley Radio Show with Special Guest, John Ridgway: A Preview of Tonight’s Case Study & Del Takes A Vote For A New Twist To The Show!

As a treat to our listeners today, our lead MF Consultant for the Houston office and for the national scene, John Ridgway, previews the Multi Family presentation to come for tonight’s LU Case Study in Houston! Joe and Stephanie Bryson are Katrina evacuees who made the absolute best out of a bad situation and have real estate investing to thank. Their dedication, as well as John’s mentorship, has now brought them to one of the foremost presentation stages of the RE world and we want you to hear all about it on this LU podcast! Also, Del Walmsley calls upon his live listeners to prove their interest in hearing investor stories on the air by having them send their “votes” to askDel@luinc.com. Unfortunately, the voting for the show’s new installment is now closed, but that doesn’t mean that you cannot stay tuned to see what happens! All listeners are encouraged pay close attention to our Tuesday broadcasts/podcasts to see if “Tell Tuesday” has been given the green light!

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(March 04, 2015) The Del Walmsley Radio Show: Believing In A Lifestyle When No One Else Does

On this LU podcast, Del Walmsley critiques a recent film called “Boyhood” that fared very well in many film award ceremonies of note across the country and did just as well among critics… until now. To understand why, out of all the arena’s he could have chosen, Del decided to roast this movie here, you would need to understand what Lifestyles Unlimited® is all about – helping people. One of the biggest parts of this job is getting people to believe in themselves to such a degree that they can use our tools to build better lives. But, more often than not these days, the highest accolades go to films that tote a new message entirely – a flourishing existence that gives way to nothing more than harsh realities (Spoiler Alert!). This is one of those films. Well, on this podcast, Del would like to tote a message of his own.

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(March 03, 2015) The Del Walmsley Radio Show: The Benefits of A Cyclical Economy To Real Estate Investing

There is quite the upside to having investments that make you money in 5 different ways and that is flexibility. In fact, “buy & hold” real estate investing is so flexible that when running into a recession, one of the best plans of action is to simply hold onto your investments. Sounds easy enough right? Indeed it is. This LU podcast is so chock-full of educational tidbits that you will no longer be asking how to dodge the cyclical waves of the economy; you’ll be wondering why you ever had to dodge them in the first place.

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(March 02, 2015) The Del Walmsley Radio Show: Leveraging Your Financial Timeline

If it’s been a while since you sat down with your significant other or a close friend/family member to talk about your finances and what they’ve done for you in the past few years, maybe it’s time you had that conversation again. If in this conversation, you weigh all of your income (both passive and not) against all of your expenses and it doesn’t seem like you’re making much, don’t sugarcoat the truth, you aren’t making that much. In order to leverage your financial timeline, it is important for you to know that nobody is going to hand you the silver spoon – not your grandmother, not your employer and certainly not your government. Why? They are all trying to make money themselves. This podcast will highlight the fact that your life (in part) is a business, and if you don’t have a project in place to secure long lasting wealth, this business will continue to scrape along, catching every bump in the road along the way.

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(February 27, 2015) The Del Walmsley Radio Show: Beware of The Condo Craze

According to a recent article brought up by Del Walmsley on this show, condominiums are poised to make a comeback in 2015. But, as Del describes, condos are the last developments to be made in any market and they are the first investments to lose money in any recession. So, on this podcast, Del attempts to find an understanding of why this craze even exists in the first place, but more importantly, he begs this important question to all of his listeners: why would you invest in a piece of real estate when you can have the whole thing?

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