How Losing Loved Ones Early Propelled Real Estate Investor Chris Larsen to an Abundant, Impactful Life


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Chris Larsen, a successful real estate investor and educator who runs Next-Level Income, joins us on this moving, inspiring episode. Chris raises capital to invest in apartment complexes, hotels, self-storage facilities, car washes; he lives out the abundance mindset and life.

The human element is front and center in this episode. Chris gets vulnerable and we dive into the deaths of his parents and the unexpected death of his best friend, who was like a brother to Chris.

His father died in a plane crash, his mother died from cancer and they still had some unresolved issues. That said, the most impactful tragedy was the loss of his best friend, who was also named Chris. These two were friends through high school and were close training partners.

Some key takeaways:

  • Chris deeply appreciates the value of the time we have on Earth. Our time is precious.
  • The loved ones whom Chris has lost would want him to live his best life
  • He now has a duty to live an abundant, impactful life—a duty to get the most out of his life and to impact the world in a positive way.
  • Chris truly understands the value of time.
  • The earlier in your life that you face challenges, the more resilient and successful you can be.
  • You should seek out coaches and trainers.
  • You don’t know someone’s story—be careful with the assumptions you make about others. Be careful not to blunt the motivation of others.
  • If he could go back, Chris would have started infinite banking and other strategies much earlier than he did.
  • Parenting makes you a better person.
  • Masterminds can be quite valuable.


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