In this episode of the Championship Leadership podcast, Joe Evangelisti shares how he was able to get his time back and how he was able to successfully help others while still helping himself.
[2:00] What Championship Leadership means to Joe. [5:15] The motivations people have besides money, and how that can improve your relationships with your team members. [9:00] Joe’s time in the military. [10:36] Who helped Joe to get where he is today? [14:02] The path Joe has taken and how he is helping others today. [19:34] How did Joe invest in himself? [23:28] When did Joe go right when the masses were going left? [29:54] What Joe can say that will benefit you.
“You need to lead by example.”
“Not everyone is money motivated.”
“Show them you actually care.”
“Everyone tells me I’m successful, but I don’t feel that way.”
“I had to make a change.”
“I never invested in a person I could speak to.”
“I go off my gut a lot.”
“I have to live this and implement it.”
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Joe Evangelisti is the founder of The Flip King podcast that serves to improve the skills of both new and veteran investors as well as Operator to Owner, a platform that allows business owners to sign up for seminars, mentorship programs, leadership courses and training.
Joe has flipped over a thousand houses and is no stranger to seven-figure contracts. He couldn’t have done it by himself and credits his team for enabling him to succeed in ways that he would never have been able to attain had he continued to work solo.
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