On this week’s episode of The Art of Passive Income, Mark and Scott welcome entrepreneur and the host of the Top Entrepreneurs podcast, Nathan Latka, to the show.
Nathan Latka is the principal of the private equity firm Latka Capital, the founder of the software company Heyo, and the executive producer and host of The Top Entrepreneurs podcast. He is also the CEO at two companies that he purchased recently.
Nathan’s entrepreneurial journey started at a very young age. At nineteen, he founded a software company with only $119 in his bank account. Five years later, the company was valued at10.5 million dollars and he was able to retire at the age of 29. Today, Nathan makes over one hundred thousand dollars in passive income monthly.
Listen in as they discuss:
- Nathan’s success story
- His journey into real estate.
- Achieving success by believing in your capabilities
- The four rules to break in order to get rich
Finally, Nathan shares the worst advice he has seen or heard given in his area of expertise.
TIP OF THE WEEK
Mark: My tip of the week is going to build systems; if you’re going to build a team, if you want to build systems and processes, go to processmodo.com and set up an account. It’s a game-changer!
Scott: Check out this website, withpersona.com. You can sign-up for a free account and basically, what will it do in the starter plan, which is the free one, you can basically do 500 Government I.D. checks on people for a month in order to verify the person that you’re dealing with is legit (real person).
Nathan: Instead of spending twenty-four bucks on Amazon to buy my book, go to nathanlatka.com and get it for free. Go to nathanlatka.com and you’ll see screenshots from the early real estate deals I did, you’ll see screenshots from my stripe account; there are a bunch of money-making ideas at nathanlatka.com, and that helps you to save twenty-five bucks from buying the book.
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Isn’t it time to create passive income so you can work where you want, when you want and with whomever you want?