Trading Justice

podcast Join Matt and Tim as they interview Sean Gray, a Legacy Education chap from the real estate side. Investment comes in a variety of forms. You can trade stocks, buy bonds, build companies, or even work with real estate. Sean Gray started with real estate himself after reading Rich Dad Poor Dad and playing the Cash Flow board game. After knowing both of them forwards and backward, Sean decided to attend a Legacy Education event focusing on real estate to see if he could further sharpen his skills. Over the weekend, the Cash Flow board game was pulled out at the event, and Sean was the only person consistently getting out of the Rat Race (the objective of the game), and he started helping the other players understand how they could do so, too. That eagerness to help others and skill eventually landed him a spot with Legacy Education travelling the country helping other people learn about how they too can earn their own financial freedom. One interesting thing Sean learned while learning real estate, working with Legacy, and researching stocks for possible diversification is that investing has a lot of similarities regardless of the format chosen by the investor. They all require dedication to learn the underlying mechanics, they all have the same goal of ultimately generating passive income, and they're all doable if you're willing to put in the work. Sean, Matt, and Tim further explore these similarities in this episode of Trading Justice.   applogoapple logo_0034_stitcher tunein-logo  
Direct download: TJ157SeanGrayRealEstate.mp3
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