We All Need Mentors to Truly Excel! –  Episode 160

We All Need Mentors to Truly Excel! – Episode 160

A mentor is someone who has done it! Look at what you would like to accomplish within the next three years. What are your priorities and dreams? To drastically increase your potential in achieving those goals, surround yourself with mentors.

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

  • Working while also doing the show – 3:44
  • Love to organize – 7:02
  • Money has to flow, always – 8:00
  • Going back in time – 11:18
  • The importance of having mentors – 12:23
  • Accelerating the learning curve – 13:24
  • Find out what’s real and what is not – 14:51
  • Happy to help – 17:33
  • A natural seeker – 20:26
  • Getting better and better – 22:32
  • Taking the knowledge and applying it – 27:11

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Who Not How – Episode 159

Who Not How – Episode 159

The Engineer of Finance talks about the importance of having a team and delegating. You cannot be a successful entrepreneur by doing it on your own. You must surround yourself with people who excel in areas that are not your specialty.

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 thankful for the team that surrounds you – 3:05
  • Seeing teams from a different angle – 3:34
  • Working with intelligent people – 4:30
  • Learning from excellent mentors – 5:12
  • The Engineer of Finance loves working with his clients – 7:33
  • Explaining the term: “who not how” – 8:58
  • Details are important – 10:13
  • A big difference between stupidity and ignorance – 15:36
  • You cannot do everything by yourself – 17:13
  • The importance of finding your team – 19:58

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A Life Settlement Discussion with Phil Giordano – Episode 158

A Life Settlement Discussion with Phil Giordano – Episode 158

Phil is a licensed life settlement broker with SFS Life Settlements. He represents sellers of life insurance policies. Ken has a great discussion with Phil, where he dives into various reasons why someone would want to sell their term or permanent life insurance policy.

Prior to founding SFS, Phil began his career in the life settlements market as Managing Director of ClearWater Settlements (CWS), a Life Settlement Provider representing multi-billion dollar investment firms. His position with CWS primarily entailed developing and maintaining broker and investor relationships, managing deal flow, and legal review/negotiation with funding entities.

Previous to joining CWS, Phil worked for Comerica Bank. At Comerica, Phil had a wide range of responsibilities where he managed a portfolio of over 60 corporate clients. In this position, he developed and maintained relationships with venture capitalists and technology company executives. During his tenure at Comerica, Phil also successfully launched the bank’s mortgage division in San Diego, California.

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

  • Phil’s company name – 3:53
  • An alternative option – 6:43
  • The life settlement market – 9:55
  • The ideal solution – 12:47
  • A term conversion example – 16:32
  • Life is unpredictable – 18:20
  • About life settlement – 23:08
  • Reaching out to Phil – 28:00
  • Working with the right players – 30:11
  • Taking an educational approach – 33:17

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Gamestop & Shorts – Episode 157

Gamestop & Shorts – Episode 157

The Engineer of Finance discusses the short squeeze on Gamestop, options: calls & puts. Why shorts and puts should not be illegal and the benefits and dangers of playing in the stock market.

 

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

  • Shorts are evil – 0:44
  • Ken’s thoughts on Gamestop – 3:06
  • Understanding the market – 5:38
  • Understand your “exit strategy” – 8:05
  • A great way to create certainty – 10:47
  • Market manipulation by all sides – 11:31
  • The market going up – 18:46
  • Leverage is phenomenal – 24:55

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