Jordan Taylor is an engineer by trade and serial entrepreneur and real estate investor by life results. He has 13 years of industry expertise in rapid lean growth and business development specializing in startup and scaled expansion stages.
He understands that the path to success requires ownership, technical, and managerial expertise. This is why he has carefully chosen the roles in his career that have allowed him to engage in every facet of business operations. His client solutions reflect this as they are focused on the synergy between functions and the ability for those functions to effectively work in concert with one another.
[00:01 – 07:36] Opening Segment
Let’s get to know Jordan Taylor
From engineering to entrepreneurship
Jordan’s story in a nutshell
[07:37 – 17:43] Being a Boss in High School
Hiring his friends as a high school student
Did he exit his business in high school?
Learn from Jordan’s work ethic in high school
Working 2-3 jobs while studying
[17:44 – 22:33] Shoot First, Act Later
The power of taking action
Jordan’s explanation about doing your due diligence
Build relationships, not burn bridges
[22:34 – 31:19] Jordan’s Real Estate Journey
Jordan shares the influence of his father in his real estate investing
Working with people in real estate is easy
Jordan tells us why
Putting together all his skills and experiences
[31:20 – 41:29] Building Micro-Grid Communities
Jordan breaks down a micro-grid
From consumers to prosumers
The future of sustainable consumption
The many benefits of micro-grids according to Jordan
Let's talk about cash flow with Jordan!
[41:30 – 49:03] The Contrarian 3-Pack
What would you say is the most contrarian investment you've made?
Investing in some skillsets
What's your favorite activity to do with your friends and family outside of work?
Having fun with his family
What offers you the most fulfillment in life?
Being able to make changes and a difference
Connect with Jordan. Links available below.
"Don’t hesitate. Go ahead. Pull the trigger. Shoot first, act later." – Jordan Taylor
"It just makes more sense to be able to have communities that are able to work together." – Jordan Taylor