Welcome to the Cashflow Diary, where new and experienced investors come to take confident action towards their goals. Your host is a family man, a real estate entrepreneur, investor, coach and instructor. As a master facilitator of Robert Kiyosaki’s Cashflow 101 game, he’s inspired many to begin their journey into creating cashflow for themselves and their families. Mr. J. Massey has nearly a decade of experience in the areas of financial services and real estate. He currently serves as President and Owner of West Egg Enterprises, Inc. and West Egg Properties, LLC, which together hold over 200 units of residential property. In the last 3 years, he has personally completed over 100 real estate transactions in 8 different states. Mr. J. Massey has proven to be particularly adept at the art of getting difficult deals completed and finding creative solutions to avoid potential deal-breaking problems. He has invested a significant amount of time studying and executing transactions in multiple markets using many different strategies. From these experiences, he has not only learned numerous useful lessons and techniques, but has also created profits for both himself and his investors. In addition, he has helped to beautify and improve neighborhoods and provide jobs and revenue to communities. Through his expertise, he has helped many people build their cash flow and wealth using real estate, both inside and outside of their retirement plans. Prior to real estate investing, his background was in insurance and financial planning as a licensed representative with the National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the California Dept of Insurance (CDI), and as a Registered Investment Advisor Representative (RIAR). However, he does not currently operate or hold any of these licenses. He currently functions as a landlord, lender, consultant, real estate developer, investment manager, speaker, author and mentor. In his spare time, Mr. J. Massey enjoys photography, reading and family activities with his 3 daughters, son, and wife in Orange County, California.
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Ori is a serial entrepreneur with extensive experience in developing high growth businesses. He is responsible for leading the vision, strategy, and growth for Envoy, as the company continues to build out a robust global infrastructure. With nearly 2 decades of experience driving successful entrepreneurial ventures, including Smart IL and Lenn Ventures, Ori has a vast knowledge of various facets of business including new business incubation, venture investing activities, project management and business development. Over the past 10 years, Ori shifted his focus towards real estate related investments, including acquisition and operations, as well as actively initiating technology related ventures in the US market. Podcast Highlights   Who is Ori Sagie? Ori believes that what entrepreneurs true heroes is the time and sacrifice they have to make to achieve their goals. Ori was born is Israel and has always been focused on the why of success. Why you want to do it and why people need it is the essence of the success of every venture.   Looking at what people are doing to solve their problems is a way to figure out what solutions to work on.   Is it still a sacrifice if you’re not aware you’re doing it? It’s always a sacrifice, there is always an opportunity cost to what you do. You have to understand your skillset and what you are willing to give up in order to reach your goal. You may want to be a tech entrepreneur, but maybe you’re a great singer. Sacrifice is about giving up something good for something better. Ori and his partner Eric have worked together for a long time, the development of their business is due to their evolution as people and observing the market. They realized that mobility is an amenity and a need for many people that needed a solution, which is where the idea for Envoy began. Time to market is the most critical thing for the success of an entrepreneur. Real Estate When you assess the market correctly and buy a good property that creates stability. For Ori real estate is nice but not where his creative genius lies. In order to succeed in real estate you have to know what you’re doing, it’s not a simple matter of leveraging your assets. There is a lot of information and research that goes into it. Spend a few hours looking at the physical property you are going to spend your money on. There is no silver bullet or free rides. Don’t build your life on the hope that you made the right choice. The key element is to be realistic with yourself and assess the situation. As Ori likes to say “go touch the wall.” Respect the hustle. Envoy Car Sharing Envoy is the 3.0 version of car sharing. There is a big difference between something becoming an amenity and something being a service. Envoy is community based car sharing, they provide electrical cars and infrastructure to properties so those vehicles become an amenity to those tenants or guests. A good comparison would be the gym in the building, with Envoy now there is a car in the building as well. For you to get rid of your car, you have to rely on another mode of transportation. The more options you have, the more likely car ownership is unnecessary. Multiple modes of transportation available to you becomes you mobility solution. Envoy’s current focus is on property portfolios of 100 units and higher, but they will eventually make their way to working with smaller communities. The number one thing people purchase after they choose their short term rental is a car service. The idea for Envoy came from Ori’s experience as a real estate investor himself. Real estate operators have an opportunity to provide an amenity that they can do at zero to low cost to their tenants, the tenants get access to mobility that they may not otherwise have, and the city gets a break on its infrastructure requirements. Envoy is one of the only companies on the market with a true understanding of community based car sharing. Hearing the no’s takes you to the yes’s. Coming from real estate really helped Ori and his partner understand the mindset of real estate operators and know their service is valuable and worth supporting. Going lean and efficient has also given them the advantage. Envoy is becoming a real competitive advantage for property owners. Ori’s Takeaway   Think of the idea that you have been contemplating for years but never done anything with and just write the first step you need to take in order to execute it. Only 1% of people have the ability to take an idea one step further. Don’t think about the networks or conquering the world, just focus on the next step to making it happen.   Links: envoythere.com Thank you for listening! If you enjoyed this podcast, please subscribe to the show on iTunes!
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