Anthony Vicino is a best-selling author, real estate investor, and serial entrepreneur committed to helping people maximize their Return on Life. He co-founded Invictus Capital, a multifamily acquisition firm based in Minneapolis, Minnesota with $15 million in assets under management that provides busy working professionals with the opportunity to invest better.
He firmly believes investing shouldn't be complicated, scary, or overwhelming. That’s why he and his co-founder, Dan Krueger, regularly releases bite-sized information about multifamily investing in their podcast, Multifamily Investing Made Simple. Anthony is also the author of Passive Investing Made Simple.
[00:01 – 04:11] Opening Segment
Let’s get to know Anthony Vicino
Working in a vertically integrated firm
[04:12 – 09:40] A Person’s Most Valuable Currency
The most valuable currency according to Anthony
This is not the worst advice ever…
Anthony looks back to his journey to multifamily investing
[09:41 – 19:19] From Lack of Focus to Having Power
Turning lack of focus into a superpower
Anthony tells us how
How to monetize your creativity
Anthony realized he needed to be “arrogant”
Here’s what he learned
[19:20 – 29:22] Building Successful Businesses
Can you earn passive income from books?
Why you should create evergreen content
Whoever’s closest to the consumer wins
[29:23 – 39:11] Creating and Storytelling
How to present yourself to your target market
What young people should learn about doing what they want to do
Anthony shares how he generates cash flow today
[39:12 – 42:29] The Contrarian 3-Pack
What would you say is the most contrarian investment you've made?
His investment in his very first business
What's your favorite activity to do with your friends and family outside of work?
Playing tennis and chess
What offers you the most fulfillment in life?
Creating and bringing something into reality
Connect with Anthony. Links available below.
"Creativity, for me, is the ability to take two or more pieces of disconnected information and apply them together in new, novel functional ways." – Anthony Vicino
"You have to have enough arrogance to keep pushing forward despite how much you suck." – Anthony Vicino