- August 3, 2023
- Thomas Tona
- Categories: Podcast
Meet Ryan Auger, a prodigious 27-year-old real estate investor who has skyrocketed his net worth to seven figures in less than a decade by focusing on mismanaged or undervalued storage facilities. Just as Ryan does, we are going to flip the script on traditional investment strategies as he breaks down his unique business model. He’s the conductor, while his investors enjoy the ride as silent passengers, reaping the benefits of his expertise in acquiring and turning around underutilized storage spaces.
We’ll tackle the importance of a long-term vision, the art of using social media to stand out from the crowd, and the necessity of becoming an expert in your chosen field. Ryan’s insights, combined with my own experiences, underscore the importance of taking the time to do research, trust your guides and become a specialist. So, be prepared to be inspired and maybe even rethink your traditional investment strategies.
Whether you’re a seasoned investor, a legal expert, or a budding entrepreneur, this conversation is guaranteed to offer a fresh perspective.
In this episode, you will hear about:
- Ryan discusses his unique business model, where he acts as the general partner while his investors play silent roles, reaping the benefits of his expertise.
- My journey of becoming an entrepreneur and the lessons learned from my first major investment.
- The importance of long-term vision, leveraging social media for visibility, and becoming an expert in your chosen field.
- The importance of conducting thorough research and trusting your guides in the industry.
- An in-depth look at how to maximize real estate investments to create long-term value.
- The importance of having a mentor, delivering immediate value, and eliminating short-term thinking in achieving success in business and real estate is discussed.
Resources from this Episode:
- TonaLaw: https://tonalaw.com/
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