June 25, 2018

Matt Theriault

Episode 761: How to create your daily success report, with Matt Theriault

Matt Theriault is a real estate investor and mentor, entrepreneur, author, and United States Marine Corps Desert Storm Veteran, who teaches people how to create wealth, financial independence and freedom through financial literacy and a creative real estate investing education. He’s built a cash-flowing real estate portfolio of over 100 units over the last 10 years using a conservative, simple, and efficient approach. Matt is also the host of two podcasts, including the popular real estate investing podcast, Epic Real Estate Investing and Do Over, a top-rated personal development podcast.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • How Matt recovered from a failed venture in the independent music industry by refocusing his energies in the area of real estate investing
  • Three ways that his real estate investing has taken shape in the past 12 years: doing it with you, doing it for you, or showing you how to do it yourself
  • Ways that real estate investing allowed him to focus on developing strategies to live largely off of residual income with a plan for that income to exceed his monthly expenses
  • How the first step involved taking care of basic necessities, followed by a plan to create his own wealth and a solid financial foundation once he had surpassed that point
  • The value of maintaining a to-do list and assessing your goals every quarter, as well as making sure you get the top three things on your list out of the way
  • Why we must remember that technology enhancements do not diminish the importance of having strong communication and people skills
  • The significance that his “Daily Success Report” has had in strengthening both his financial awareness and his ability to share his expertise with others
  • How Matt’s podcast has become an incredibly successful part of his business through the way it attracts clients and builds relationships with them
  • Matt’s three strategies for new business owners: 1. Education is important, but expert-level education is not necessary; 2. Create an environment for success by associating with others doing what you want to do; and 3. Find a mentor among those associates
  • Why building networks with those having mutual interests is a great investment in time

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