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Former U.S. President Teddy Roosevelt said…
“Speak softly and carry a big stick; you will go far.”
Whether that’s true or not depends on which camp you listen to…
Many successful people certainly live this principle (think Warren Buffett), but there are also many successes out there who are a little more bombastic about their achievements (think Donald Trump).
We think there’s really no right or wrong approach… it really depends on who you are and which approach you’re most comfortable with.
Now if you happen to be more aligned with the “speak softly” approach, you’re going to love hearing how our guest, Tyler Rayman, is living this philosophy… and experiencing great success as a result!
Here’s a sample of what we discuss:
- The power of asking good questions (the most undervalued and under-appreciated skillset to develop… but the most impactful!).
- Secrets of finding good and willing mentors… even if you’re still “wet behind the ears”.
- Compelling reasons to invest in Senior Assisted Living Facilities.
- Intricate details of how Tyler put together his first deal… even though he didn’t have the down payment, couldn’t qualify for the loan, and didn’t have any experience!
- The trials and tribulations of buying an ongoing operating business (like an Assisted Living Facillity).
- Much, much, more.
More about Tyler Rayman:
Tyler is a licensed California real estate agent, and investor. He started his career in real estate shortly after graduating from Sierra Nevada University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Entrepreneurship and Outdoor Adventure Leadership. Tyler began his multifamily investing career in 2021 by purchasing 2 assisted living homes in Denver, CO. His most recent purchase was a stabilized asset in Wichita Falls, TX totaling his portfolio to 108 units. Together, with his partners, they control over $17 Million in Assets Under Management.
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