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The Gold Collar Investor

May 24, 2021

In today’s show, Pancham interviews Bryan Flaherty - co-founder and managing partner of CF Capital, selected as one of the “20 People to Know in Real Estate”, member of the Kentucky CCIM Chapter, an honored Certified Commercial Investment Member designee.

Bryan has always felt like a hamster on a wheel - always working on his W2 job but still feeling stuck. So he changed his career twice before finally starting out his real estate journey and found his niche in multifamily investing!

Discovering his path to real estate investing came from reading the well-known book “Rich Dad Poor Dad” twice! Usually, reading it once would realize one’s direction in life but it took him to read the book for the second time to find his ultimate goal - creating his firm.

In this episode, he’ll share the steps he took in order to start his path to real estate investing - getting involved in deals, learning from working in a team, and having a total mindset shift. He’ll also share why you should always stay committed and focused in order to succeed!

Listen and enjoy the show!



“It really clicked to me the second time that I read that book and I said, ‘That’s it!’ “

Timestamped Shownotes:

  • 1:48 - Pancham introduces Bryan to the show
  • 3:29 - Switching his career twice (and reading Rich Dad Poor Dad twice!) before pursuing real estate
  • 8:59 - Shifting his mindset, defining his end goal, and making them happen
  • 17:32 - How he deals with self-doubt when it’s kicking in
  • 19:12 - On not changing his past and moving forward with uncomfortable goals
  • 22:44 - His failures that set him up for bigger success
  • 25:35 - How his productive morning routine helped him in his achievements
  • 28:53 - Taking the Leap Round
  • 28:53 - Syndication as his first investment outside of Wall Street
  • 29:42 - Learning on letting go of control and trusting your partners
  • 31:21 - Why day trading didn’t worked out for him
  • 32:51 - Why investors should always get educated and take action
  • 34:22 - Where you can get a free copy of his eBook

3 Key Points:

  1. Create a roadmap in your mind wherein you’ll identify on how to get from where you are now to your ultimate goal.
  2. Real estate is considered as a team game wherein you’ll need to work with others in order to succeed in the long run. So the best way to learn investing is through learning alongside others.
  3. Rather than buying deals as an objective, consider providing attractive opportunities to others that don't have it as a goal instead.

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