• Today, Ben Garfunkel will share deeply how people who are involved in so much public market work never had a chance to discover the private investing world. Ben has been in the business and has been giving the inspiration to seize your life.

    Ben believes in the journey into private equity ownership, like what he does in accountable equity, and hundreds and hundreds of good people share investments in real estate using small real estate funds. The inspiring words from Ben: We just got to do the things we have to, and we will grow from that.

  • Delaying gratification is sometimes what it takes you to greater things in the long run. Today’s guest, Ashley Hamilton, shares with us the steps to getting that $3M portfolio. She talks about the Detroit economy and what she did to grow her properties into the market.

    Ashley also explained how to get your capital through house hacking and how she went from a $5,000 dollar investment to a stable cash flow while making time for her family and kids. Check out our latest episode now and treat yourself to a journey and the power to change your life right now!

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  • In this episode, Paul Smith shares how you could be a leader by listening to stories and telling yours. Paul has been in the business industry for over 20 years and is one of the world’s leading experts on organizational storytelling.

    Paul believes one of the core ways to be a leader is to tell a story. His storytelling leadership aims to pull people into their vision. The best thing about Paul is that he digs down on what story people need depending on the course of people’s careers. Sit back and be inspired!

  • Freedom is never placed in one spot only. Sometimes, it has to be everywhere. Our guest, Tim Daniels, shares with us his journey of being a dad, father, and an investor. He tells us how he managed to make ends meet, do ministry work, achieve financial freedom, and then another type of freedom.
    He also talked about his journey from Airbnb to larger size Hospitality. Listen now and learn about what’s there to look for when investing, people to look for to invest with, and teammates to look for to add to the team.
    Key Points from This Episode:

    Tim shared his background on his family and what he does for a living.
    Why is it never too late to invest in Real Estate?
    Tim talks about how they shifted their career and retired to do what is their passion.
    Tim’s investments and buildings that he has acquired and how did he manage it.
    Tim explains why he is interested in still adding and growing his portfolio in addition to houses.
    How Tim's calling of running things led him to buying real estate assets.
    Why didn’t Tim and Joshua win the bid despite having the strongest group and the best offer.
    Tim and his wife, Debbie, no longer work for money; they work for fun.
    Tim and Joshua will do a pilot show and they will talk about the idea of turning liabilities into assets.

    “There's good debt and bad debt.” – Robert Kiyosaki
    “For those who have never done any real estate investing and think, "Oh, it's too late". I started at 47. I had acquired enough financial assets by 53 to retire..” – Tim Daniels
    “We had the strongest buying group. We had the best offer. What we didn't have was knowledge really of what the resort seller was looking for.” – Tim Daniels
    “There is a world of people out there who are doing the thing that they love and making money at it.” – Tim Daniels
    Links Mentioned:
    Debbie Daniels' Art Gallery Website
    Capital Hacking Website

  • Today, we will hear about Josh Cantwell’s experience in leading capital organizations, investing in real estate, coaching, and masterminding. Josh has been in the business for over a decade and is a pancreatic cancer survivor.

    Josh believes that the best way to learn is to teach. His mastermind business aims to help others raise their own money and build their business. The good thing about Josh is he encourages his members to do all their deals without him. Listen now to find out why!

    Key Points from This Episode:

    Josh Cantwell’s backstory. How did he learn to do deals or meet up with other guys in the business without having been to any conferences or training courses? What does Josh love about the Cleveland market? Josh explains how they managed their debt fund. The real reason why Josh started his podcast, Accelerated Real Estate Investor. What were the benefits and drawbacks that he had from doing the podcast? A commitment Josh made when he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Why was revenge one of the reasons that pushed him to start a mastermind business? Josh dives into details about Forever Passive Income Mastermind. Who can join their mastermind? How often do they meet? What type of deals do they invest in?


    “I’ve made the decision to be extremely authentic, especially as a cancer survivor, and only teach what we do.” [00:24:16]

    “I like doing coaching with the right purpose of doing deals together. And commercial real estate allows for that.” [00:24:33]

    “There’s nothing better in this business than when you have a deal under contract, and you know that you can already get the money.”  [00:32:20]

    “Funding equals freedom.” [00:32:29]

    Links Mentioned

    Josh Cantwell on LinkedIn

    Josh Cantwell on Twitter

    Accelerated Investor Podcast

    Freeland Ventures website

    Strategic Real Estate Coach website

    Josh Cantwell Coaching website

  • Today, let’s talk about real assets and real relationships, Wall Street investing versus Main Street investing, and the concept of syndications with Russel Gray.

    Real estate is a real asset. It’s as tangible and physical as gold, oil, and other things people use and depend on in the real world. On the other hand, owning a share of stocks, bonds, or mutual funds are claims on wealth, but they’re not real wealth. So, invest in essential things to build a resilient real asset portfolio. And if you want to scale faster, invest in real people and unlock private capital.

    Don’t Miss this year’s Secrets of Successful Syndication on September 16th-17th!

    Sign up here: https://ap216.isrefer.com/go/soss-mccallen/A00118/

    Key Points from This Episode:

    Russel defines real assets. Real estate is tangible. Stocks, bonds, or mutual funds are claims on wealth but they aren’t real wealth. When times are tough economically, investors must focus on things that are real and essential. Housing combined with leveraged debt is the foundation of a resilient real asset portfolio. Russel talks about an instance when he lost control of his debt which resulted in losing control of the real estate. Russel wrote a book entitled, “How to Hedge Against a Falling Dollar.” How to multiply the purchasing power of your cash. What is one characteristic Russel looks for in a business partner? Russel shares how he and Robert Helms met and the backstory of The Real Estate Guys podcast. A special gift for Capital Hacking listeners! Wall Street investing vs. Main Street investing. Main Street investing is more personal. It has a small-town feel. Russel talks about the syndication business. When you create a syndication business, pick your advisory team well, even if you have to pay more. The syndication business is in dire need of ethical competent operators. People think it’s hard to go big. But it’s actually hard to be small. When you’re small, you don’t have economies of scale. The market is so big, there’s plenty of room for everyone. Russel explains the concept of syndication. In Wall Street investing, Wall Street funnels down the money to Main Street by originating loans. The money comes from Main Street, goes through Wall Street, and comes back down to Main Street. Main Street investors can invest directly in Main Street real estate projects through a capital aggregator or the syndicator. A syndicator is like a banker without the regulation. Where would Russel invest if he were to invest in the future? Russel’s tips on how to pick a market.

    About Russel Gray

    Russell Gray is Robert’s sidekick on The Real Estate Guys™ Radio and TV Shows. Russ is a financial strategist with a background in financial services dating back to 1986. As a faculty member for the California Association of Realtors, Russ taught Real Estate Finance to Realtors® pursuing the prestigious GRI designation. He is a popular speaker and author.

    Robert and Russ have co-authored the very highly rated book Equity Happens.

    The Real Estate Guys Radio Show is an investment talk program broadcasting on conventional radio 1997. The podcast version is heard in over 180 countries. Notable past guests include Steve Forbes, Robert Kiyosaki, Donald Trump, Peter Schiff and a variety of industry leaders and subject matter experts.

  • Be inspired by today’s guest, Joshua Oak! He’ll share three capital hacking strategies that helped him fund his deals. His first attempt to raise capital failed, causing him to lose a great deal which he still regrets up to this time. But he didn’t stop there.

    He’ll talk about how he loaned money off his retirement fund, cross-collateralized it, and bought five houses. He’ll also share how, just by talking to people about real estate, he came across a 12-unit apartment deal. He blended his cash with human capital and became successful even though he bought it at the beginning of Covid in March 2020. They’ve had these apartments for two years, and it has cash-flowed like crazy! Listen to his story now!

    Key Points from This Episode:

    Josh’s backstory from 2013 about learning how to invest in real estate through podcasts. Josh’s first property and cash flow. His first attempt at raising money that didn’t work. How Josh used his Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) to loan $30,000. Josh’s strategy of blending his cash with human capital to create wealth. His six-unit deal that didn’t happen because of a lack of funds. Finding a deal simply by networking. Why and how to support Josh’s investment deals.


    “Podcasting is where I’ve gotten all that education.” – Joshua Oak

    “Formal education will make you a living, the self-education will make you wealthy.” – Jim Rohn

    “Anybody can do this (podcasting). I mean, I don’t have a college degree. I’m a firefighter. I’m not even a computer guy. So, you know, anybody can do this. It’s just getting the education. And frankly, podcasting is the best platform to do so. I’d like to think I have a college education for free through podcasting.”

    Links Mentioned

    E16: Cashflow Ninja and Wealth Strategist MC Laubscher

    E125: “Clues in the News” with Russell Gray of The Real Estate Guys Radio

    Josh Oak’s email

    Contact no. 620-804-1874

    About Joshua Oak

    Joshua’s current investment portfolio includes partnerships in a 12-unit apartment complex and 5 single-family homes. The 12-unit complex deal took creativity to put together and formed a $20,000 personal loan from Josh’s coworker to pull it off! It is a fantastic deal and has provided Josh cash flow every month and solidified his desire to be financially free with real estate. He also owns 5 single-family homes as a 50% partner. These houses were his ‘foot in the door’ to real estate investing.

    Josh loves real estate. He got his real estate license in 2017. His current strategy includes working on a cash-out refinance on the five houses and trying to save as much money as possible to take advantage of any opportunities that are about to present themselves, given the current state of the economy. His future goals include working on syndications or partnerships for larger investments, gaining experience with podcasting, and expanding his network.

  • Be a successful investor with a heart! Today we’ll discuss how to mix capitalism with altruism by acquiring properties and turning them into assisted living facilities. Our guest, Prince Eboka, will share how he got into this niche in real estate and talk about what happened in his first deal.

    In the second part of this episode, Josh offers a unique investment opportunity for all our podcast listeners! You don’t need a large capital for this! Listen now!

    Key Points from This Episode:

    Prince’s background and how he got into real estate. Mixing capitalism with altruism by acquiring properties and then leasing them to nonprofit organizations like nursing homes, assisted living facilities, housing for veterans, etc. The type of properties Prince and his team acquire and how they convert them into what the organization needs. The story behind how Prince got into this product type of real estate. The logistics and cost of the property they acquired on their first deal. The income difference between renting the property to a family and a commercial business. The latest investment opportunity with Capital Hacking. Learn how you can become a partner and invest in bigger deals without having to be an accredited investor!


    “The more money you’re able to raise, more investors you’re able to work with, the more end users get to benefit from that.”

    “You don’t have to grow up rich to do great work.”

    “I've learned that when it comes to selling an idea as long as you believe in it, a lot can happen just from the gusto of the passion behind it.”

    Links Mentioned

    Prince Eboka on LinkedIn

    Pillar Housing LLC website

    Prince Eboka on Facebook

    E163: Learn “Residential Assisted Living” Real Estate Investing with Gene Guarino

    About Prince Eboka

    Prince Eboka is the Owner and Principal of Pillar Housing, LLC. Pillar Housing is a Full-Service Private Equity Company that serves to pair quality, attractive housing facilities with qualified, experienced Home Health Organizations - such as Nonprofits, Residential Assisted Living, Transitional Living, Behavioral Health, Sober Living etc. - that create a win-win situation for all parties.

  • In this episode, Amit Gaglani will share why you should be part of an investor community. Amit recalls how he met Josh and secret-shopped their properties to evaluate their performance. Now, Mr. Gaglani is part of the community as the new Director of Growth for Accountable Equity!

    Josh and Amit will discuss the advantages of investing in real estate over the stock market, the impact of culture within the business, the real essence of accountable equity, recession, and how to fight inflation. Listen in!

    Key Points from This Episode:

    One of the reasons why people like joining an investor community is they hate getting stuck in the roller coaster ride that is the stock market. The other reason is people like the feeling of being part of something bigger where their money directly affects a community of people while earning passive income. Investing in passive income lets you live your lifestyle at your own pace. Passive income is automatic cash that goes right into your bank account; It is money you can see and feel, not just reinvested dividends. Amit describes how great the organizational culture within Accountable Equity is. Culture is the core business value that we all need to double-check. Josh and Amit dive deep into the meaning of accountable equity. What does the expression “the first bite of the apple” mean in a business or real estate setting? Amit shares his thoughts on recession and inflation. We need a FIST to fight back the inflation – Fighting Inflation Strategically Together.

    Links Mentioned

    Amit Gaglani’s email

    Amit Gaglani on LinkedIn

    E183: From Medicine to Private Investment Pro with Amit Gaglani

  • Our guest, Dave Dubeau, lived for several years in Costa Rica and then decided to come back to British Columbia. He had been gone for so long, so he had zero credit, was unemployed, and didn’t have a lot of cash. He jumped into real estate and did his first 18 deals in 18 months!

    Now, Dave is passionate about helping others achieve success in real estate. So, if you’re looking to invest in real estate but don’t have the money and know-how, listen to this episode and get Dave’s tips on raising capital for your first deal!

    Key Points from This Episode:

    ● Dave grew up around real estate. As a kid, they lived in one unit of a six-plex that his father and grandfather built.

    ● His mom built up a portfolio of over 50 rental units way back in the 70s and 80s.

    ● Dave developed a passion for marketing. He applied it in real estate investing as a tool to attract motivated sellers.

    ● He worked with Robert Kiyosaki and the Rich Dad organization in their educational marketing.

    ● Dave shares the marketing strategy that was different from what all the other “big guys” were doing then.

    ● They went into an untapped market that didn’t have any competition.

    ● Dave’s tips on the first-time entrepreneur or real estate investor.

    ● Dave talks about the Money Partner Formula.

    ● He gives five steps on how to start raising capital.


    “If you even have just one successful deal on your belt, you’re already ahead of 95% of the non-real estate enthusiasts that you know, so that’s all you need.”

    “I firmly believe that all of us have somewhere between one to $2 million worth of capital available to us, just within our sphere of influence. So that’s where we want to start.”

    “A starving crowd is the best competitive advantage.”

    Links Mentioned

    Dave Dubeau’s website

    Dave Dubeau’s email

    Money Partner Formula website


    Property Profits Real Estate Podcast

    Property Profits Real Estate Podcast on YouTube

    Dave Dubeau on LinkedIn

    About Dave Dubeau

    Dave Dubeau is a Real Estate Entrepreneur, Best-Selling Author, Speaker, and Investor Attraction Expert based in Beautiful British Columbia, Canada. For the last several years, Dave has been a leading authority in helping mom-and-pop real estate investors to find money partners and raise capital. He began his real estate investing career in 2003, doing 18 deals in 18 months. He later switched his focus to client-first rent-to-own deals, and nowadays, he invests in multi-family (apartment building) properties. Using his proprietary 5 Step Money Partner Formula™, Dave helps his real estate entrepreneur clients grow their portfolios significantly and in record time by attracting investors (instead of chasing after them).

  •      Lindsey & Tyler Goble are a married team of investors focused on investing in real estate both actively and passively in order to provide returns to their investors and impact their communities.  One way is by fighting human trafficking through the power of real estate investing, a minimum of 10% of profits to Unbound Now.  

         In this episode of  Capital Hacking, they discuss with Josh their journey to real estate, their work with Unbound to fight human trafficking, and a classic deep dive into their favorite projects.   






  • Hustle capital is the secret to turning your human talent into human capital. Join this conversation as Jeff and Josh dig deep into how Capital Hacking will become a platform for not only Jeff, but for numerous other highly talented people who want to transform their gifts into HUSTLE CAPITAL. Remember to check out the original Hustle Capital show recorded just a few weeks earlier E231: Hustle Capital with Jason Koch.

    After spending the majority of his career working in Account Management, Jeff Stark joined the “brand side” of the industry in 2019 as a Digital Media Manager for one of the largest restaurant brands in the world (IHOP). Over the past ten years, he's managed several digital channels for his clients and is currently a digital media consultant. Now he's teaming up with Josh in this explosive episode of Capital Hacking to launch the show in a new direction and they need your help to do it! 




  • Lane Kawaoka started as a civil engineer but discovered the potential of passive income with rental properties and is now the founder & CEO of Crowd Fund Aloha.  In this episode, he joins Josh to discuss his start in the rental business, the ins & outs of his investment companies, and how anyone can build passive income.  

  • Levi Brackman is a former rabbi, the CEO and Founder of Invown, a startup in the home financing and investment space, the lead author of the bestselling “Jewish Wisdom for Business Success”  published in eight languages, and also a husband and father of five.  In this episode of Capital Hacking, Levi joins Josh to discuss how he takes lessons from the bible and applies them to business, overcoming your ego to be a "servant leader", and what it takes to be an investor with Invown.    






  • Tony J Robinson is a husband, dad, founding member of Alpha Geek Capital, and entrepreneur.  In this episode of Capital Hacking, Tony discusses his journey to the world of short-term rentals, his techniques in choosing those properties, and tips on financing.  
    References: www.STRBTR.com
    Instagram: @tonyjrobinson

  • Whitney Sewell is the daily host of The Real Estate Syndication Show and founder of Life Bridge Capital, a syndicated multifamily investment firm that works with investors on strategically targeted multifamily properties.  In this episode of Capital Hacking, Whitney discusses with Josh how he enlisted in the military as a teenager, his path from being on the police force to investing in real estate, to his amazing work through the Life Bridge Foundation.





    Email - [email protected]

  • CEO of Rove Pest Control and D2D Millionaire, Lenny Gray is also the author of the Door to Door Millionaire book series.  He started his career in the door-to-door sales industry in the late 1990s. Along with running his own companies, he’s taught his sales techniques to other businesses that are now generating millions of dollars in revenue.  In this episode of Capital Hacking, he joins Josh to touch upon his basic principles for success in sales, his three qualifiers to make the sale, and how to expand wealth by selling businesses.  



    Door to Door Millionaire Book Series (2 books)


  • MC Laubscher, the host of the popular podcast Cashflow Ninja, investor, and entrepreneur, is back with us again! MC is an expert and renowned speaker on infinite banking and the founder/president of Producers Wealth.  Join him with Josh and Erik as they discuss where your focus should be during this new industrial revolution and how to protect what you have to be on the right side of today’s wealth transfer.

    Reference Links:

    Efficient Fund IV Webinar https://joinnow.live/s/5WEOLs

    Cashflow Ninja http://cashflowninja.com

    Cashflow Ninja Podcast  https://cashflowninja.libsyn.com/

    The 21 Best Cashflow Niches

    The 21 Best Cashflow Niches™: Creating Wealth In The Best Alternative Cashflow Investments

    Facebook https://www.facebook.com/cashflowninja



  • Jason is a former Wisconsinite (yes, he is a die-hard Packer fan) that moved to Michigan to be with the love of his life.  He is a husband, father of 4 amazing daughters, and leader/contributor in the online communities he is involved with.  When he is not working his W2, Jason is helping people - as a realtor - buy and sell their houses and investment properties.  He is leveraging his involvement in real estate to acquire a portfolio for himself and his family to provide financial freedom and allow for a lifestyle of travel.  Mindset and personal development are very important to him.  Jason brings that importance to today's episode of Capital Hacking by exploring the different paths to losing the W2 through investing even when it seems overwhelming.

    Instagram   https://www.instagram.com/the_jasonkoch/

    Facebook   https://www.facebook.com/jason.m.koch

    Oberon Ale   https://bellsbeer.com/

  • Real estate strategist, the host of the podcast Soul Inspiring Business, wife, & mother, Kara Chaffin Donofrio, excels in using her deep connections within the community combined with a wealth of experience to transform the real estate experience from one of confusion and fear to magic and clarity.  In today’s episode, Kara discusses creating passion in your business, putting together a talented team where strengths and weaknesses complement each other, and using your gifts to generate impact and change in your life.

    Reference links:

    Soul Inspiring Business



    A Man’s Search For Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl