My guest in this episode is Damion Lupo. Damion is the founder and CEO of Total Control Financial.
Damion is inspiring a transparent conversation around money and investing to create a new community of self-responsibility and financial freedom.
Damion began his career as an entrepreneur when he was 11. The son of an Army veteran, from an early age he had a strong work ethic and an inquisitive mind. Damion doesn’t just learn, he consumes information, embodies it and circulates it with a dedication for empowering others.
Over the last quarter century he’s owned and operated successful businesses ranging from insurance, precious metals, financial consulting, real estate and venture capital. He’s also written five books on these topics. All of this accumulated knowledge led him to the creation of a better path leading to financial freedom.
770: Mike Fallat: How To Multiply Your Business With The Million Dollar Book
My guest in this episode is Mike Fallat. Mike is the author of many business-related books. He has a goal of helping 1,000 entrepreneurs publish books and teaching them how to use their books as a gateway to generating 7-figures. His company, Dreamstarters Publishing, offers ghostwriting, cover design, automated funnels, and book fulfillment. They have…
769: Steven Bowles: Advanced Family Office Strategies
My guest in this episode is Steven Bowles. Steven founded Catalyst Advisory to take the experience he gained by working in a family office advisory firm and apply the best practices learned there to other families under an independent umbrella. Catalyst works with the best insurance professionals, wealth management firms, and trusted advisors to solve…
768: Dave Zook: Real Asset Cashflow Strategies
My guest in this episode is Dave Zook. Dave is a successful business owner and an experienced real estate investor active in Multi-Family Apartments, Self-storage, and ATM space. Dave has acquired more than $100 million worth of real estate since 2010. At the time of this writing, he and his investors own approximately 3000 Multi-family…
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