Each week, we post a new question to the Best Ever Show Community on Facebook. The Best Ever Show Community is a place where real estate entrepreneurs of all stripes and sizes can come together to interact with each other, me, and the guests featured on my podcast with the purpose of everyone helping each other reach the next level in their businesses and their lives.
What better way to add value than to ask you, the community, for your Best Ever advice on a variety of different real estate topics. This week, the question was what are your favorite real estate and/or personal development podcasts?
Many of the responders chose my podcast, Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever, as one of their favorites, which is an honor for which I am very grateful! However, even though I host a daily podcast, I still enjoy consuming the content produced by other entrepreneurs and am always on the lookout for podcast recommendations.
In fact, out of all the responses, only a single person provided the name of one podcast (although I assume they listen to numerous shows), while the overwhelming majority provided a list of their favorite podcasts. Therefore, since the Best Ever Show Community is made up of active entrepreneurs, whether you’re the owner of your own podcast or not, listening to multiple podcasts across a variety of content is correlated to real estate success.
The poll is closed, the responses are in and here are your answers:
The Brian Buffini Show is Kyle Burnett’s favorite podcast. This is a personal development podcast exploring the mindset, motivation and methodologies behind true success.
The Real Estate Guys Radio Show is Maurico Rauld’s favorite podcast. This podcast delivers no-hype education and expert perspectives on real estate in a fast-paced, entertaining style.
Simple Passive Cashflow Podcast with Lane Kawaoka is one of Bo Kim’s and Ryan Gibson’s favorite podcast. This podcast, hosted by active Best Ever Show Community member Lane Kawaoka, promotes passive real estate strategies to give the listeners the freedom to quit their jobs and do what they truly want.
Happier with Gretchen Rubin is Neil Henderson’s favorite podcast. This podcast is hosted by a #1 best-selling author who, as the title implies, provides good habits that encourage a life of maximal happiness.
The Tim Ferriss Show is probably a top podcast for everyone, including Lennon Lee and Ryan Groene. This podcast deconstructs world-class performers from eclectic areas and digs deep to find the tools, tactics and tricks that listeners can apply to their daily lives.
Investing in Real Estate with Clayton Morris is Glen Sutherland’s favorite podcast. This is another podcast that offers passive real estate investment strategies to help listeners quit their 9 to 5 jobs.
Real Wealth Show with Kathy Fettke is a favorite of Carolyn Lorence, Ryan Gibson and Bill Tomesch. This show also interviews guests who shares advice on how anyone can build enough passive income from cash flowing real estate to quit their day job.
Apartment Investing with Michael Blank is one of Harrison Liu’s, Julia Bykhovskaia’s and Carolyn Lorence’s favorites. This podcast’s focus is on all things commercial real estate investing
Landlording for Life is Sean Morissey’s favorite podcast. A relatively newer podcast, it offers advice direct towards, as the name implies, landlords.
Real Estate Investing For Cashflow with Kevin Bupp is another one of Ryan Groene’s favorite podcasts. This show is for passive and active investors who are interested in learning the industry secrets of commercial real estate investing.
Old Capital Real Estate Investing Podcast with Michael Becker & Paul Peebles is one of the favorites of Julia Bykhovskaia, Carolyn Lorence and Ryan Gibson. This show is targeted at new and seasoned multifamily investors who are interested in or are actively acquiring and operating apartment complexes.
So Money with Farnoosh Torabi is Paresa Stewart’s favorite podcast. This podcast, hosted by an award-winning financial strategist, brings money strategies and stories straight from today’s top business minds.
My recommendation is to pick at least one podcast from this list and subscribe (of course, starting with my podcast :). Because, as I said, it is a trend amongst the most successful real estate entrepreneurs to listen to multiple podcasts to stay up-to-speed and competitive in the ever-changing economic landscape.
In the comment section, post your favorite real estate or personal development podcast, either from this list or something new.
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