On this week’s episode of The Art of Passive Income, Mark and Scott welcome Ron Brooks from LegacyLivinRealEstatePartners.com to the show.
Ron Brooks is a former athlete, banking economist, real estate investor, career strategist, and podcast consultant. He is the founder of Legacy Livin’ Real Estate Partners, a real estate investment company that buys properties and connects motivated sellers to qualified tenant buyers through rent to own and lease purchase options.
Ron has over seventeen years of banking and residential and commercial real estate investing experience and today he exercises his excellent leadership skills to help distressed sellers get top dollar for their properties and buyers to get the property they want at a lesser cost.
Listen in as they discuss:
- Leadership skills and characteristics needed to create success.
- The application of effective leadership skills.
Ron shares the best lesson his father taught him and how he applies it to his daily business operations. He also recommends a daily ritual or habit that all listeners should experiment with to learn leadership.
TIP OF THE WEEK
Mark: My tip of the week is of what Ron Brook said about persistent-consistency, all throughout he’s saying is we need to have grit if we want to be successful in life. Also, it’s always worth revisiting Angela Duckworth’s book called GRIT and I got another book called 177 Mental Toughness Secrets of the World Class: The Thought Processes, Habits and Philosophies of the Great Ones by Steve Siebold. And learn more about Ron Brooks at legacylivinrealestatepartners.com.
Scott: Check out Chrome Plug-in, what it does is it allows you to come up with pretty cool formatted email subject lines.
Ron: Check me out at legacylivinrealestatepartners.com, if you’re interested to buy and sell real estate on terms connect to me there. I also have a podcast, The Minding Your Business Podcast, check me out at themybpodcast.com.
Isn’t it time to create passive income so you can work where you want, when you want and with whomever you want?