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Mark Podolsky - Issue #211


Mark Podolsky

March 21 · Issue #211 · View online
Mark Podolsky (AKA The Land Geek), successful land investor, land investing coach and creator of the popular Land Geek Podcast and Best Passive Income Model Podcast argues he has the best model for investing in real estate. Discover why Land Investing is "The Ultimate Subscription Model" (no physical inventory, a one-time sale, recurring revenue, a built-in incentive for the buyer to continue paying, and low competition). Learn about strategies, skills and helpful tips that will help you grow your Passive Income through Land Investing. Learn more at

The Land Geek Training & Mentorship
The Land Geek Training 3 levels of growth include:
1. Investor’s Toolkit—DIY Foundation Building Program
Everything you need to build a solid foundation to get your land business up and running, all wrapped up in one Do-It-Yourself course.
2. Execution—Flight School
A 14-week program with end-to-end instructions for setting up the systems needed to run a profitable land investing business. Designed to make you execute in real time, it’s an ACTIONABLE system with SUCCESSFUL RESULTS!
3. Accelerated Growth—Coaching
Personalized 1 on 1 training & mentorship. Implement faster, drive growth, avoid costly mistakes & maximize profits with personalized coaching.
Click Here to learn more or to book a call with Mike Zaino or Scott Bossman.
This Week on The Art of Passive Income...
Practicing “Grategy” with Lisa Ryan.
Join us as we welcome Lisa Ryan to the show to talk about Gratitude Strategies in the workplace.
Lisa was referred to us by one of our own, coaching client Jeff Dettmer. She is an award-winning speaker who draws upon her 20+ years of sales, marketing, and training experience to deliver business strategies as well as career changing tools and boatloads of inspiration to her audiences. She is the bestselling author of eight books and is featured as an expert in two films The Keeper of the Keys with Jack Canfield of Chicken Soup for the Soul fame and the Gratitude Experiments.
Is gratitude more than just a feel-good emotion?
After attending a firewalk in 2009, Lisa started practicing gratitude and shares how her life changed for the better, both at home and at work.
Was gratitude the reason behind these positive changes? Lisa researched the subject and was able to show that it does have a positive effect on us personally, so she sat out to bring that same message to the workplace.
  • Where gratitude starts
  • Gratitude on a large scale
  • Starting with the apology approach
  • Why you need to be specific
And, so much more!
Plus, can you be so appreciative that it loses its effect?
Lisa has the answer for you and more on today’s episode of The Art of Passive Income.
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In This Week's Round Table...
We all make mistakes in the land investing business, even the pros. The good news is they are fixable but they come with a valuable lesson.
Scott Todd takes the controls in this week’s Round Table as Mark is away visiting… this is where it becomes a little unclear because there seems to be some discrepancy between stories. If you ask Tate, Mark is off visiting Tate’s favorite factory where they make cheese. If you ask Scott T., Mark’s at the Cheesecake Factory. Either way he can’t go wrong and we hope he’s enjoying good quality time with his family!
With Scott Todd in the pilot’s seat, this week’s crew includes:
  • Scott Bossman
  • Tate Litchfield
  • Aaron Williams
  • Mimi Schmidt
  • Erik Peterson
Listen in now as the team gives the details of some of their biggest mistakes and the lessons that were learned… in short:
  • Scott Bossman went into joint ownership with the deceased.
  • Aaron sold a property that wasn’t his to sell.
  • Erik bought 12 properties in bulk, 2 of which had been previously sold to someone else and one of those two Erik had pre-sold. He also shares a business strategy mistake he made in the beginning that kept him from scaling quicker.
  • Tate double sold due to a data entry error on the APN. He also shares a big regret that moved Scott Todd to bring out the soapbox.
Also, Mimi received an accepted offer for 1,175. The seller is a trucker who is never in town so he used a middleman to get the deal done. Mimi paid the accepted offer of 1,175 and the middleman deeded the property over to her… deal done… wrong! She started getting harassing phone calls from the owner because he thought the offer was for 11,750, not 1,175! Ultimately, she ended up deeding the property back… but BEFORE she got her money back… this can’t end well.
Find out how Mimi’s story ends and the details of all the deals gone wrong.
Plus, Scott Todd shares a mistake that he is currently going through. It’s a case of joint tenancy with rights of survivorship—the husband is deceased, surviving wife sells Scott the property but failed to disclose the prefix “EX” in front of her title of wife. Should that make a difference? It does, says the county.
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Join Me on The Modern Leadership Podcast...
Listen in as I talk with Jake Carlson about getting off the treadmill of life!
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