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The Gold Collar Investor

Nov 1, 2021

In today’s show, Pancham interviews Mike Morawski - real estate investment veteran, coach for real estate investors, author of Exit Plan, and founder of My Core Intentions.

With over 30 years of real estate investing, his journey has indeed been full of ups and downs. Things, unfortunately, didn’t go in Mike’s way as his mistakes lead him to wire and mail fraud charges and a 10-year prison sentence. With realizations from a rough wake-up call to his strong mindset, he was able to turn things around which got him to where he is today!

Tune in to his story of recovery and triumph as he shares how he came back stronger from all of those unfortunate events! He’ll also provide golden nuggets on lessons he learned throughout his experience, the current trends he sees in the market today, and how he manages his business the right way!

Listen and enjoy the show!



“My intention today is to bring a message of hope and inspiration through what I like to say is a great success, loss, and redemption.”

Timestamped Shownotes:

  • 1:09 - Pancham introduces Mike to the show
  • 2:54 - Factors that led his successful real estate career to go downhill
  • 12:40 - On going into receivership as a solution to their dilemma
  • 16:32 - Important realizations from his investing failures
  • 21:37 - On current market trends and why investors should not be afraid
  • 24:37 - Why real estate investing is the best hedge against inflation
  • 27:36 - On starting his day with a prayer, workout, and being intentional
  • 30:33 - Taking the Leap Round
  • 30:33 - His first real estate investment in 1987
  • 31:03 - How he overcome his fears when he first invested
  • 31:32 - Building his company as his investment that didn’t work out
  • 31:51 - Why investors should do background checks on sponsors
  • 32:29 - How you can contact and get a copy of his book “Exit Plan”

3 Key Points:

  1. Don’t rush things as the business can be unstable in the long run. Be patient and take your time to learn new things that will benefit you.
  2. Be transparent with your investors on the movement of their money as they trusted you with it.
  3. Real estate, especially multifamily properties, is a good hedge against inflation because of the economies of scale.

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