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Property Magic Podcast

Welcome to the Property Magic podcast. In this podcast, Simon Zutshi will deep dive into the property investment strategies and investor mindset from 
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Simon looks at the importance of time as the most valuable resource in a property business. Drawing on personal experiences and insights from successful entrepreneurs like Robert Kiyosaki and Brad Sugar, Simon highlights the significance of leveraging time effectively to maximise productivity and growth. 

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • Time is the most valuable resource in business and should be used wisely.
  • Investing in help and delegating tasks can save time and lead to business growth.
  • Focus on high-value activities that generate revenue rather than getting caught up in low-impact tasks.
  • Utilise tools and resources, such as Property Filter, to streamline processes and save time in property investment.
  • Prioritise tasks by either doing them yourself, delegating them, or eliminating them altogether to maximise productivity.

BEST MOMENTS

"Rich people will spend our money to save time. So we'll spend money to get our time back." 

"Not employing someone in your business is costing you a fortune." 

"Focus on the most important things that are going to move you forward." 

"Invest with knowledge, invest with skill." 

VALUABLE RESOURCES

To attend your first pin meeting as Simon's guest visit http://www.pinmeeting.co.uk/, find your local meeting, and at the bottom of the page where you normally pay £20, click on where is says "pay with a voucher code" and use this code: PODCAST. This will by pass the payment page and you can attend your first pin meeting for free.

Property Magic: How to Buy Property Using Other People's Time, Money and Experience by Simon Zutshi

Find out about the Global PIN Meetings at www.globalpinmeeting.com

To find your local pin meeting visit: www.PinMeeting.co.uk and use voucher code PODCAST to attend you first meeting as Simon's guest (instead of paying the normal £20).

Register at Mindset For Property at - www.mindsetforproperty.co.uk 

Contact and follow Simon here:

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/OfficialSimonZutshi 

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/simonzutshi/

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/SimonZutshiOfficial

Twitter: https://twitter.com/simonzutshi

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/simonzutshi/

Simon Zutshi, experienced investor, successful entrepreneur and best-selling author, is widely recognised as one of the top wealth creation strategists in the UK. Having started to invest in property in 1995 and went on to become financially independent by the age of 32.

Passionate about sharing his experience, Simon founded the property investor’s network (pin) in 2003 www.pinmeeting.co.uk.    pin has since grown to become the largest property networking organisation in the UK, with monthly meetings in 50 cities, designed specifically to provide a supportive, educational and inspirational environment for people like you to network with and learn from other successful investors.

Since 2003, Simon has taught thousands of entrepreneurs and business owners how to successfully invest in a tax-efficient way.  How to create additional streams of income, give them more time to do the things they want to do and build their long-term wealth.

Simon’s book “Property Magic” which is now in its sixth edition, became an instant hit when first released in 2008 and remains an Amazon No 1 best-selling property book.

Simon launched his latest business, www.CrowdProperty.com, in 2014, which is an FCA Regulated peer to peer lending platform to facilitate loans between private individuals and property professionals.

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