On today's episode of The Thoughtful Entrepreneur, we are so excited to speak with the founder of totallifefreedom.com, author of Wealth of Connection, and podcaster, Vincent Pugliese!
Vincent discusses the inspiration behind his book Wealth of Connection and how many people in business don't know why they are struggling. He discusses that many are doing all the right things, and the key is care. Reciprocal caring connections and relationships that are built on networks to support you, and you to support them.
He shares the importance of being connected with others in a collaborative way through character, curiosity, and interest in others. Vincint discusses the idea behind the book and the understanding that too many people are doing business backward. He shares how people try to sell their stuff without building trust first and the importance of creating products through the content of how the product serves others. He talks about the philosophy that the only thing that matters for success is today and three years from today. Don’t forget to listen to our next episode, where we recap all the great insights that Vincent Pugliese offered!
Key Points from the Episode:
Wealth of Connection
Total Life Freedom
Networking and Relationship with Mastermind
About Vincent Pugliese:
Vincent Pugliese is, most importantly, a husband to his wife, Elizabeth, and father to their three sons, Andrew, Nolan and Dylan.Vincent and his family live in Bradenton, Florida, where they homeschool their children through interest-based learning. Vincent is keynote speaker, the host of the Total Life Freedom Podcast, the author of The Wealth of Connection as well as Freelance to Freedom, and he is the owner of The Total Life Freedom Mastermind Community for entrepreneurs and those looking to become entrepreneurs to build a life of time, money and location freedom.
06:56 - "The best time to buy real estate was always yesterday, especially cash flow-producing real estate."
11:18 - "You have to look at the economics of a market. What we have right now is way
different than what we had in 2008."
12:38 - "You have to understand your product. You have to understand the supply and demand on the backside..."