Posted on: September 03, 2020

With all that’s been going on, many wholesalers have put their businesses on hold believing it’s a wise and practical move. However, nothing can be farther from the truth. Today’s couple just generated $217,000 in income wholesaling part-time. And that’s just for the first half of 2020!

Paul and Rita Grimes is a power couple from Augusta, Georgia. Unlike most people, the couple chose to carry on with their business despite the odds. As expected, their consistency and boldness were rewarded handsomely.

This episode highlights how lucrative and rewarding the wholesaling business can be. If you are considering getting into the business with your significant other, you’ll find this episode massively beneficial.

You will not only learn how to successfully run a wholesaling business as a couple, you will also learn how to balance business and family together. Truly, this is one of those episodes you can’t afford to miss!

Key Takeaways

  • How they found wholesaling
  • What prompted them to listen to real estate/wholesaling podcasts
  • What wholesaling really is and what it all comes down to
  • Number of properties they currently own
  • How they make things work as a couple
  • First people they hired
  • How they found their VA and what her responsibilities are
  • Why it pays to be extremely patient when hiring people
  • How they train someone who lives outside the country
  • How they balance family and business successfully
  • Breakdown of a deal they did
  • Issues they encountered and how they resolved it
  • Motivation of the seller
  • How long the deal took from start to finish
  • How much they made from the deal
  • Why they are paying off their rentals
  • Advice they’ll give to their 2016 selves
  • Best way for people to get in touch with them

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Episode Transcription

Brent:
Welcome everybody to the Wholesaling Inc Podcast, America’s number one podcast for new real estate investors, where we know that finding discounted properties is the most proven path to financial freedom. I am your host, Brent Daniels, and I am telling you, if I can do it, so can you, so let’s get started.
This is going to be an incredible interview. I’ve got a couple that not only are working full-time and kind of part time, but they’ve got an incredible business that they’ve done over $200,000 in the first half of 2020, and they’re still working. They still have a young family. They’re incredible. They’re out of Augusta, Georgia. It is my pleasure to introduce Paul and Rita Grimes to the Wholesaling Inc podcast. Say hello to everybody.

Paul:
Hey everybody.

Rita:
Hey.

Brent:
It’s exciting to have you guys on here because I mean, you guys are doing this thing and this isn’t just some overnight success that you guys have had. You guys have been really grinding this thing out since what, 2017?

Paul:
Yep, late 2017. Yeah.

Brent:
Incredible. How did you find wholesaling?

Rita:
Well, I think that we were listening to-

Paul:
It was actually Clayton Morris’s podcast where we heard Tom Krol’s interview there and that was what got us hooked. And then we checked on the Wholesaling Inc and started listening to this podcast and yeah, the rest is history.

Brent:
Incredible. What pulled you to even starting to listen to real estate investing podcasts? I mean, was it something that you were like, “Hey, I would like to own property,” or was it something like, “I read a book and it was incredible,” or did you have some family that was like, “Hey, listen, I’m retired now because I own 100 rental units”? What brought you to being a real estate investor?

Paul:
The number one thing I always attribute it to is the birth of our first daughter. And as soon as she was born, it was like a major wake up call to me. It was like, “Wait a minute, I’m a biologist. I’m making X, which was not a whole lot,” and Rita was a nurse and that’s a great position and everything, but I just didn’t feel that we were adequately providing for the family and for a future family indefinitely. And I was always worried that if something happened to me, there was nothing in place to take care of them. And so that was really the main driver that got me motivated into it. We had one of our mentors suggested Rich Dad, Poor Dad and we read that book and just really got hooked. And that’s when I started listening to podcasts and she started listening as well, and yeah.

Rita:
We were just surfing Zillow for rental properties, but that didn’t really get us anywhere.

Paul:
For like a year, yeah.

Rita:
And then we Googled wholesaling, and of course Wholesaling Inc was the first thing that popped out and we started listening to podcasts.

Paul:
Yeah, and I think it’s important too, to clarify, originally our interest was getting into owning rental properties, right? That’s why we started listening to Clayton and listening to that podcast and really getting educated on that. And that was really helpful. But we saw wholesaling as a tool to allow us into these deeply discounted properties, off market deals where we could also fund the acquisition of those deals at the same time. That’s what was so attractive about it and really got us in.

Brent:
Well, and there’s kind of a weird misconception on what wholesaling is. To put it simply, wholesaling is finding deals. I mean, that’s really what it is. Wholesaling is sourcing real estate opportunities if we want to get real fancy with it. And once you learn how to do that, it’s up to you what exit strategy you want, whether you want to hold it, whether you want to flip it, whether you want to wholesale it. I mean, there’s a few different options that you can do, but it all comes down to being able to find the best deals in your market. Once you build that skill, that’s a skill that lasts with you forever because now, how many properties do you guys own?

Paul:
We have 10 rentals going on 11, and all of that has been in the last two and a half years.

Brent:
All of them in the last two and a half years. A biologist and a registered nurse own, I assume, your own house and 10 others?

Paul:
That’s right. That’s right.

Brent:
11 properties.

Paul:
Four of them are totally paid off right now.

Brent:
Incredible. That is the best. That is absolutely incredible. Let’s go back. Paul, you’re working full-time. Is that right?

Paul:
That’s right. I’m a [crosstalk 00:05:22] biologist.

Brent:
Why you working full-time as a … What kind of biologists are you?

Paul:
Quail, quail biologist.

Brent:
A quail biologist. Okay.

Paul:
[crosstalk 00:05:31] what quail are, so yeah. A lot of people don’t but yeah, no. And I’m not looking to get out of this position mainly because it’s my passion. That’s what really drives me. No lies here. Real estate is not really my passion. I enjoy it. I have fun doing real estate investing and everything, but it’s not my true passion. Wild quail restoration is. And so by being able to do this and continue working what I’m doing, I’m happy as I can be.

Brent:
Incredible. And Rita, I mean, being a nurse, that’s a lot of schooling. That’s a lot of going through the process. You got to start at the bottom, you’ve got to raise your way up. I mean, when you started this business, were you a full-time nurse? Were you raising the young ones? What was your schedule like?

Rita:
Yes, I was a [inaudible 00:06:18] nurse and I was on my days off, because it’s three days a week, 12 hours and I worked night shift and I had a baby and during nap times … She took two naps at the time I remember, and I would work my butt off during those two naps. And the second she went to sleep, I’d start working frantically. And I did everything pretty much at the beginning, but on the back end. Paul would go on appointments and I would do all the marketing and it was exhausting, but I mean, if I could have seen the future two years in advance, I’d say, “Oh my goodness, it really worked.”

Brent:
It’s incredible. And it’s continuing to work. How much do you guys have pending right now in closing or what was your month?

Rita:
So far in July, we’ve made 48,000.

Brent:
$48,000. And what was your yearly salary or what do you make as a nurse?

Rita:
Oh.

Paul:
22,000?

Rita:
Well, yeah, something like that because I work very minimal, so it would be less than that.

Paul:
And she’s been able to go part-time too because of wholesaling and that’s allowed us to be able to do that.

Brent:
That’s incredible. Do you still do the lead generation, Rita, and then Paul, you go on the appointments and convert it? How does the relationship work as a married couple?

Rita:
Yeah. We’ve evolved greatly over the last year. A large part of what’s enabled us to grow like we have over the last 12 months has been, we’ve been able to build a team. And so we went through Next Level Wholesaling and that was just tremendous. And we worked our tails off and we were able to build a team and hire a lot out work on our business and not so much in it. And that’s really changed the game for us now. I mean, Rita still coordinates a lot of the lead generation and I coordinate more of the acquisitions.

Brent:
That’s awesome. Awesome. Love it. And I think it’s really important to understand … Well, let me ask you this because I kind of want to bring it back, because I think a lot of people jump to hiring people too early. I really do. I think that they don’t have enough consistency in their business nor do they have leadership skills nor are they really ready to be financially responsible for other people, right? What point in your business did you start hiring these people and who did you hire? You talk about a team. What does that mean?

Rita:
Well, at first we hired a cold caller and this was before we took the Next Level. And I think we just learned that from you and your course.

Paul:
[inaudible 00:08:48].

Rita:
And then after that we took the Next Level, because we just wanted to learn how to build a team further. And that’s we hired I think an acquisitions specialist next and then we hired another cold caller through Call Motivated Sellers. Then we also hired a VA. The VA was probably the one I was most scared of because that relinquished a lot of my control and it honestly required some of the most training, but it’s been so worth it and she helps me tremendously. She’s in the Philippines, and [crosstalk 00:09:21] yeah.

Brent:
How did you find her and what are her responsibilities?

Rita:
I found her, I think-

Paul:
[crosstalk 00:09:34] That was it and it was great. We signed up for the … What do they call it? A hundred dollars something, whatever. It allows you to do, the background checks and everything on the candidates and everything. And so we did that. We were real patient. Every hire we’ve ever made, we’ve been extremely patient and done the due diligence before and so far it’s worked really well for us.

Brent:
Incredible.

Rita:
And then to answer what she does, she does a lot of the preparing the marketing, scrubbing the list, uploading them into the calling system and sending contracts, stuff like that, just back end work.

Brent:
Awesome. Awesome. And did you train her through a Skype video? Did you record videos and send it to her? Did you send little checklists? How do you train somebody that’s in the Philippines? I think it’s interesting. I hear a lot of podcasts and everybody’s like, “Yeah, I got a VA and they do all this stuff.” Well, how? How do they know how to do it, right? I’ve had one for years, so I get it. But what do you guys do? Give some tips on, if you’re going to hire a VA to take over some of those organizational responsibilities, how do you guys train them? And what do you think is the most effective way?

Paul:
Well, so Rita will describe how she did the training. She handled most of the training. But one thing I’ll say right off the bat before you hire is recalibrate your expectations. Don’t expect a VA, particularly one in the Philippines, to take this thing and run with it and do as good a job as you are doing. It’s just not reality. And so that was one thing that got our mind right. And we mainly got it through that, but yeah, so Rita, she took it and ran with it with the training.

Rita:
I’m still not the best, I don’t think. I could use some training myself, but I screen recorded and I made a Google Drive folder with everything that she needed to watch and tried to make it as step by step, kind of like what you do in your course, as possible. I still have to tweak it a little bit just in case she quits, so video screen, and then also we chat a lot on WhatsApp.

Paul:
Oftentimes it was when we were actually doing these things, right? When we were pulling lists, when we were doing [inaudible 00:11:43] we just recorded it and took it step by step and narrated what we were doing.

Rita:
It takes a little extra time and it’s like you’re always in a hurry, but just take the time and record what you’re doing. Write down what you’re doing step by step, then you don’t have to do it again in the future.

Brent:
Yeah. I think putting together videos, what I did is I was like, “Okay, how do I just take my computer screen and make a video of it and send it to my VA?” And I found something called Screen Flow. I think there’s a million other ones that you can do it. And I just would record training videos and just share it in a Google Drive. And it was so easy and they caught on and it really worked well with Lisa and I’ve had Lisa for five years now and it’s just like clockwork, and she’s just been working away. And if we need to adjust something, if she has a question about something, we shoot a video, send it to her and it works out really well.
Anybody that’s looking to hire a VA, one, I think what Paul and Rita here are talking about is first do a background check to make sure that you’re getting somebody that is in line with your values and your ethics and your work and your working patterns and everything. And then second, make sure that you train those people up as much as you can through video, and third, communicate with them often. Honestly, just be in their lives. Communicate with them. They will respond to you. Get WhatsApp. It’s super easy, or whatever else and rock and roll. That’s really, really, really cool.
Rita, this is a question for you. How do you balance your life? You’ve got these beautiful children. You’ve got nursing a couple of days a month or a few days a month. You then have the house. You’ve got Paul running around biologically doing something with quails. How do [crosstalk 00:13:33] balance it?

Rita:
Well, it’s not easy. It’s still a learning curve, especially since we had our newest daughter in May of this year, so two months ago. It’s still a huge learning curve and I’m trying to figure that out. But the best thing I can do is drop them off, get a babysitter for at least one day a week. I’ll work during their nap. I’ll work before they wake up or after they go to sleep. And I try and train our VA to do as much of that kind of stuff as possible. That way I can really focus on them. I don’t feel like I’m stressed all the time or just having this long to do list in the back end. I just delegate as much as I can, just work whenever they’re sleeping. That’s [crosstalk 00:00:14:18].

Paul:
I’ve got to brag on her real quick. I mean, she does a great job. We literally had to transform our lives when we started doing this and when we got serious about it. It’s not like you can keep doing a lot of the extracurricular things that you were doing beforehand. I mean, you got to really buckle down and she’s done that. I mean, at night, She’s not sitting around watching TV or whatever. She’s on the computer, you know what I mean? We’re getting caught up and we’re making the most of it.

Brent:
I love it. Well, let’s get everybody excited and let’s talk about a deal. Let’s break down an actual deal that you guys found. I want to know everything. I want to know what list it was. I want to know how you initially became in contact with them. I want to know what their motivation was. Let’s really break it down. You guys have the floor. Go for it.

Rita:
This deal is one that we … I think the list that we got it from, I looked back in our system and it had been on multiple lists. I think I even marked it driving for dollars. [crosstalk 00:15:15] absentee I think code violation. It’s been on all sorts of them. We actually got it through texting on Lead Sherpa. I guess he just doesn’t answer the phone because I’m sure other people have called him too.

Paul:
[crosstalk 00:15:27] from multiple angles so to speak.

Rita:
Right, but it’s an older man. For some reason he chooses texting us his source of communication. Who would have thought?

Brent:
Oh yeah, that’s rare. Yeah.

Rita:
And so I think we didn’t even meet him there. We just got it under contract by going and looking at it. I think his daughter let us in, and it was-

Paul:
[inaudible 00:15:47] COVID, right when COVID_

Rita:
Oh yeah, it was in March I think, or, yeah, I think it was March, right, when COVID was getting really bad. And believe it or not, we had tons of people show up, so don’t let that scare you, the COVID stuff. I mean, people are still buying real estate.

Paul:
They’re serious.

Rita:
Oh yeah. Health wise, yes, it’s scary. But I’m talking about for real estate, it still moves forward and people are doing deals and buying all the time. And so we sent it out and somebody sent in an extremely high offer. And I think that it was for 26,000 or so was the assignment so we decided to double close. But then actually, once we got to doing the title work and everything, that’s when all the problems arose. As you know, a lot of these wholesale deals, they’ll have crazy title work come back. And so it was a probate issue and they ended up having to reach out to all four kids and get a quick claim deed and it was a nightmare. And I had to call each and every kid. Each and every kid wouldn’t answer their phone. They wouldn’t send back the mail.

Paul:
Didn’t have a good relationship with each other.

Rita:
Or they didn’t like the dad or it was just always something. And so I had to get four crazy kids to sign these quick claim deeds. And it-

Brent:
How’d you do it? I mean, how do you do that? Did you have to give them money? Did you have to give them part of the deal? Did you have to just show up and put it in front of them and say, “Hey, I need you to sign this”? How do you do it?

Rita:
I actually offered one of them, because I could not get him to send his paperwork, I offered him money, but he’s like, “No, I’m doing it.” I’m like, “Okay, fine.” He finally did it and it was mainly just me pestering them.

Paul:
Talking to them.

Rita:
And I was nice. I wasn’t rude. I made sure I put on my happy face and I was really overly nice and made sure I was there for them if they need any help. Just let me know what I can do. I can go out of my way if I need to. I’ll pay for a mobile notary if I need to. That was another thing because of COVID. They were having trouble finding a notary and it was one thing after another. And then the seller was in a hospital type setting that wasn’t allowing anybody in, so the attorney couldn’t come in to sign the paperwork so they had to do a Zoom call to close the deal and [crosstalk 00:18:06].

Brent:
Oh my gosh. Explain to me this. This is just to kind of educate anybody that hasn’t gone through this experience before. When you pulled up this property, it said this guy was the owner, right? And so you skip traced this guy. You got his phone number. You tried calling, couldn’t get ahold of him, but you texted. He responded to the text. You’re thinking, “Hey, I’ve got it. I’ve got the only owner on title I’m talking to.” You turn it into the title company. The title company goes, “Well, he does own it, but we need to clean up some of this title work,” because at some point, what, his children also owned it? Is that what happened?

Rita:
His wife actually owned it. She passed away without a will. The way to avoid probate, you have to reach out to all four kids and get a quick claim deed. I don’t understand it, but I just do what I’m told.

Paul:
We trusted the attorney with that.

Brent:
But this is really important. I love that you said that, Rita, because this is so important. I think so many times we feel like we need to know all the answers to every single situation that comes up when in fact the title company or closing attorney, that’s their job. That’s what they do every single day all day is make sure that when title transfers from the seller to the buyer that it is clear of all liens and that the title has no clouds on it, right? When I say clouds, it means that nobody has interest in that property that hasn’t fully signed off that they no longer want interest in the property.
Let them do their job. Let them do the job. If they say, “Rita, I need you to get these four quick claim deeds signed by these people and here’s their phone numbers,” or, “Here’s how you get in contact with them,” that’s when you go to work. That’s when you step in. That’s when you have to get in and have those conversations with the family and really work with all the emotions and all the different feelings and everything going on in people’s lives and they don’t really care and you’re trying to herd cats, so to speak, and that’s really where you provide the biggest value. I think that that’s incredible.
But I think going back to exactly what you said, I don’t understand it, but that’s the way it is. Let the title company understand. We don’t need to understand that. Our job going back to the beginning of this podcast is to find deals, is to find deals. It truly is. And sometimes there’s some bumps along the road, but certainly, once you get them cleared out, there is a path. Typically, most times there is a path that you can take to get the deal done. Just let other people show you what the path is and just follow it. Don’t try to recreate something. Don’t try to be the end all be all, know everything about real estate. Just find opportunities and you’re going to get things done. I think that’s absolutely incredible. Real quick, what was the seller’s motivation or the husband’s motivation, the older gentleman’s motivation to sell?

Rita:
I’m trying to remember. Honestly, I think he was just done with it. It had been sitting vacant for a while and he didn’t have anything to do with it. All the kids would go in from out of … They all lived out of town and I think several of them would come back in town just to check that house. A couple of them were gung ho about selling this house. They were tired of it too. They [crosstalk 00:21:24] that were my helpers. They helped me out to talk to the other kids, but the dad, he just was done with it. He didn’t have anything to do with it anymore.

Brent:
Got it. Got it. And so at the end of it, start to finish, how long did it take?

Rita:
Two months or maybe two and a half months.

Paul:
Two and a half. Yeah, two and a half months.

Brent:
What did you net on it? What did you make?

Rita:
26,000.

Brent:
$26,000. Hold on a second.

Rita:
Yay. We’ve been waiting on that.

Brent:
And by the way, that’s 26,000 in a year that you’ve done, closed, 217,000 with Paul working part-time, Rita running the show for the most part on the day to day running the team, getting everything going. And that’s half a year, guys. I mean, it’s absolutely incredible. You guys are pushing towards doing almost half a million dollars this year in real estate, in wholesaling, in finding opportunities.
Not only that, I guarantee you guys will probably cherry pick a couple more rentals to keep as well or pay off some of the ones that you have. Is that what you guys are doing? Are you guys just getting this cash, obviously setting some aside for tithing or whatever, setting aside for taxes, and then you’re just taking the remainder? You’re not getting crazy. You’re not going out there and buying private jet flights and G Wagons and Lamborghinis. You’re putting it into paying off the debt on your rental portfolio. Is that right?

Paul:
New acquisitions. That’s right.

Brent:
Incredible. And so why even pay off your rentals? Aren’t you getting cashflow from the rent that covers the mortgage? Why would you ever pay off a rental?

Paul:
[crosstalk 00:23:11] We’ve got a couple of reasons. I mean, originally we were thinking, “All right, let’s just get as many as we can, maximize cashflow.” And so now though, we’re taking more of the approach we want to be in a safer position should anything else like what’s happened this year happen and just a lot of those unknowns. We want to have a good foundation that is cashflow in like we need, but we’re not dependent on it.
But then also we’ve also figured out where a business line of credit becomes more of an option with more rentals paid off. And so owning them outright actually became more valuable for leveraging more debt in the future. And so knowing that, we’re kind of using that technique and we’re in the process of that, but that’s a whole nother story. So yeah.

Brent:
I love it. Is my strategy, everything that I’m making, I’m putting into properties. We live [inaudible 00:00:24:01]. I mean, we live well, but I mean, it’s not crazy. And we just put it into buying and paying off property. We either buy them cash or we pay them off as soon as we can. And the reason is it’s not … Listen, you can talk to any finance or economic person or whatever, somebody really smart and they would tell you that it’s stupid to do whatever. You can leverage your money so much more. You can have 50 instead of five rentals, all this stuff, but guess what? I sleep so good. I sleep so good whether they’re empty, whether they’re rented, whether. They’re getting rehabbed a little bit, whether they’re doing [inaudible 00:24:39], I sleep so good because I know that I don’t owe anything on it. I don’t have a payment on it.
There’s something to be said about peace of mind. I think it really is. And I think it allows you to focus more on your kids, on your family, on the things that are really important, maybe your career, whatever it is that you’re not always thinking about the leverage of the debt that you have in your portfolio.
It’s something for people to think about. I love that you guys have that really strong mindset that, “You know what? We’re going to own these things free and clear and if we need to leverage it at the time, if there’s a crash, if there’s something going on, we’re going to be prepared.” I think that that’s so incredibly smart.
Go back, go back in your mind a little bit to 2016 before you started this business and you were looking for some advice, but you’re able to give yourself that advice now, you know what I mean? Talk to it like you’re just getting into this business, like you’re brand new. What advice would you give yourself?

Paul:
First of all, I guess me personally, I would have said to my 2016 self is, “Get out of your head. This whole investing thing is real and you don’t have to work nine to five the rest of your life. You don’t have to do that. You can get out and enjoy this free country and the opportunities that we have.” And I’d also say that it’s real. I was extremely skeptical of what we could do, what we could achieve. I was skeptical of the training program. Everything, I was a skeptic, but I would say to my past self to lay down your guard and just go full steam.

Brent:
Yeah, love it.

Rita:
And I think in 2016, I had the spirit where I wanted to invest in something. I wanted to do something entrepreneurial. And I think I was talking about starting a blueberry farm or something crazy.

Paul:
Oh yeah, forgot about that.

Rita:
Just anything. And so then-

Paul:
Which we still might do one day.

Rita:
Yeah.

Brent:
I love blueberries. Yeah. Do it.

Rita:
And I guess the biggest thing for me was what Tom Krol always was saying, massive imperfect action. I think that really was the biggest thing. On the end of every video, he’d say, “Now go do it. Don’t do something else. Don’t get on Instagram. Don’t get on Facebook. Just do it.” And that’s exactly what I had to keep telling myself over and over. Just do it.

Brent:
Yeah. I have that running in my head, Tom Krol saying, “Progress, not perfection, progress, not perfection, progress, not perfection.” It is absolutely the truth, because perfectionism will sabotage us. It makes us skeptical in a sense. But what I’ve found, honestly, Paul, is the people that are the most skeptical but still take action always win the most. I don’t know. Maybe it’s just you’re smarter about it or you’re more tactical about it or you just follow instruction better. But it seems that once you get going, once you actually start the momentum of taking that action, it just takes off, so absolutely incredible.
If anybody wants to reach out to you guys, say hello, say great job, be your cheerleaders or try to reach out, maybe joint venture with you guys in Augusta, Georgia, where can they reach you? What’s the best way to contact you?

Paul:
Email Rita.

Rita:
Well, I have Facebook, too, Rita Grimes, and then you can email me. My email is rita@grimeshomebuyers.com. My website isn’t beautiful so maybe don’t look at that yet.

Brent:
It doesn’t need to. You guys talk to people all day, so you don’t need a fantastic website. That’s awesome, guys. Well, I really, really, really appreciate you guys coming on here, sharing your story and showing that a married couple can do this even if they do have a passion for their full-time job, do have young kids, do have a lot of different things that are in their schedule and that are a priority to them but also coming in over the last three years, making real estate a priority and truly changing your financial future. Now you guys are able to buy all these rentals. Now you’re able to pay off these things and really feel good about it and live the life that you guys want to and someday own the biggest, best blueberry farm in Georgia. I don’t know. I don’t know, but I hope so, right?
I want to say thank you for being on here, guys. A resource that they did mention is callmotivatedsellers.com, callmotivatedsellers.com. I’ve used them for years. They’re the absolute best. They are the Rolls Royce of cold callers. You can definitely check them out if you’re interested in hiring somebody, if you’re at that point in your career or in your business.
And if you’re interested in joining the most proactive group in real estate, investing with this beautiful couple, that is the TTP program. Go to wholesalinginc.com/TTP. That’s wholesalinginc.com/TTP. Check it out. If it feels good in your gut, sign up for a call. I look forward to either myself or my right hand guy talking to you and working with you personally if you do decide to join. Final thoughts, guys.

Speaker 3:
I will say that one book that’s good motivation is The Slight Edge. That’s my favorite. I just open any page and read it if I’m feeling lazy.

Brent:
I love it. I love it. Absolutely phenomenal book. That’s it. Thank you guys out there. If you guys are listening and you want to watch this go to Brent Daniel’s YouTube channel to put a face with a voice. And until next time, I encourage you as always to talk to people. See you. Love you.

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