Work Smart – A staged approach to investment
Work Smart. I did this presentation on Monday night, at the Winnipeg REIN meeting. I’ve included the slides here: Work Smart. In this video I speak about the analytical funnel, the 3 pillars of real estate profit, and how to minimize the amount of time you spend analyzing properties without forfeiting quality.
The video is about 40 mins.
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“What you get by achieving your goals is not as important as what you become by achieving your goals…” - Henry David Thoreau
Cian Kenshin is an MBA (Finance), a consultant for 32 of the top sports franchises in the US, and founder of multiple successful startups including a Vertical Farm company, is a certified teacher of Yoga and Zen, a Certified Virtual Coach by Eben Pagan, soon to be author, and a sought after Executive Coach for start-ups and boardroom executives alike. Known for his unique perspective on productivity, this serial entrepreneur and investor is a wealth of fresh ideas, constantly seeking new ways to ‘do business better’.
He's now taken his skills in entrepreneurship, and professional performance and created a system of personal performance and growth that can help you succeed in both life and business. He has recently partnered with GFIT Wellness to offer these unique sessions to the corporate world.
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