Are Timeshares A Good Investment? – Episode 73

Are Timeshares A Good Investment? – Episode 73

If you have ever thought about purchasing a timeshare, this is the episode for you. Find out the differences between ownership and control and how to avoid surprises that can cost you a lot of time and money.

Ken Greene transitioned from being a Professional Engineer (P.E.) to the “Engineer of Finance.” His goal is to help others become financially independent and earn better yields with less risk by investing Off Wall Street.

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Show notes

  • Talking about Lady Gaga – 3:53
  • Discussing timeshares- 4:11
  • The great hotel experience – 8:00
  • Ownership and having 100% control – 11:10
  • Who has the responsibility? – 12:31
  • Understanding the difference between ownership and control of the situation – 12:59
  • Making a purchase – 14:19
  • Say no about 5 times, and then you can get the best offer – 17:20
  • Benefits of a timeshare – 20:23
  • Finding a hotel – 22:15
  • Would you go to a timeshare again? – 23:03
  • A smart way to build money – 24:55
  • The value of a timeshare – 28:44
  • Ken’s thoughts about timeshare – 31:15

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Liquidity, Investments, and Having an Exit Strategy – Episode 72

Liquidity, Investments, and Having an Exit Strategy – Episode 72

When it comes to investments, the first thing that Ken looks at is how to get out of it. Ken teaches how having an exit strategy is a key component to investing. So, stay tuned and enjoy this podcast!

Ken Greene transitioned from being a Professional Engineer (P.E.) to the “Engineer of Finance.” His goal is to help others become financially independent and earn better yields with less risk by investing Off Wall Street.

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Show Notes

  • What to do before you invest – 1:35
  • Talking about the exit strategy – 1:43
  • You have to be careful if your principal is at risk – 2:24
  • Look at cash flow – 3:30
  • Money must move – 4:08
  • Liquidity and exit strategy – 5:16
  • Money makes more money – 5:56
  • Why Ken loves real estate – 6:40
  • Renewable energy – 8:18
  • Hank’s success story as a previous podcast – 9:53
  • An example of lending money – 11:35
  • Why oil and gas companies don’t like to work with banks – 12:15
  • The energy sector – 13:58
  • Finding companies to lend money to – 15:30
  • Great investments outside of Wall Street – 17:47
  • Be careful who you work with – 18:35
  • Explaining a new concept – 20:25

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The Greene Machine – Episode 71

The Greene Machine – Episode 71

There’s a new and revolutionary tool for your finances: “The Greene Machine” and who else but the master of finance, Mr. Ken Greene, to explain how it works and why it can transform your finances. So join us and take the first step towards your own financial revolution.

Ken Greene transitioned from being a Professional Engineer (P.E.) to the “Engineer of Finance.” His goal is to help people become financially independent and help them earn better yields with less risk by investing Off Wall Street.

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Show Notes

  • Learning to delegate and let go – 3:14
  • Discussing the previous podcast – 3:35
  • Different ideas on how to move money – 4:31
  • Setting deadlines for an investment – 7:54
  • Treat your finances like a company – 10:35
  • Tammi’s company: The Blueprint Process – 11:52
  • Starting a new business account – 13:00
  • The importance of cash-flow – 14:01
  • Using your business for personal purposes – 15:12
  • Having asset protection – 15:32
  • Understanding The Greene Machine – 17:31
  • The Greene Machine account – 18:39
  • Why use the Bankosaurus? – 19:24
  • Creating an account for savings – 21:12
  • An example to understand the use of The Greene Machine – 22:46
  • Creating your family fund – 23:20
  • A piece of advice – 25:13
  • A checking account designed to save – 27:17
  • The financial playground – 29:00
  • Ken as a financial coach – 31:50

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Being Passionate with What You Are Doing with Devin Sizemore – Episode 70

Being Passionate with What You Are Doing with Devin Sizemore – Episode 70

On today’s episode, Ken Greene has a special guest: Devin Sizemore with BBSI. Devin has been working in online marketing, sales strategy, and business development for over 7 years. He is passionate about helping businesses grow their brand, teams, revenue, and most importantly, he helps business owners grow themselves.

Ken Greene transitioned from being a Professional Engineer (P.E.) to the “Engineer of Finance.” His goal is to help people become financially independent and help them earn better yields with less risk by investing Off Wall Street.

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Show Notes

  • Being a successful business owner – 3:00
  • Hiring people that love what you hate to do – 7:40
  • If you are a business owner, you need to be surrounded by experts – 8:28
  • How Devin’s crew help Ken’s company – 9:33
  • Devin’s background and BBSI story – 10:33
  • The Reno market and BBSI – 12:51
  • Impacting businesses – 14:23
  • BBSI job – 14:39
  • Devin’s passion – 15:26
  • Being proactive and not reactive – 19:00
  • Professionals exist for a reason—use them! – 21:07
  • Learning to delegate – 21:31
  • Money as a motivator – 22:00
  • Finding the right team – 24:00
  • Creating value for your clients and your company – 26:31
  • Sales consulting – 29:30
  • Looking at sales projections – 30:30
  • You have to be open to opportunities – 31:20
  • BBSI website – 32:10
  • Surround yourself with a perfect team – 35:00

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