What you need to know about our guest:
Gino Barbaro is a realtor and investor who has become an authority on multifamily investing. He has 15 years of experience in the real estate industry. In just three of those investing years, he managed to expand his portfolio to include 675 units. In addition to being a successful investor, podcaster, and entrepreneur, Gino is also a life coach: a Certified Professional Coach educated by the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching.
On top of that, Gino is also the author of two best-selling books. The first is most likely to be of interest to real estate investors— Wheelbarrow Profits: How to Create Passive Income, Build Wealth, And Take Control of Your Destiny Through Multifamily Real Estate Investing. He has popular podcast called "Jake and Gino Podcast" that Gino hosts with his business partner Jake Stenziano.
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The Question Gino Enjoys Explaining:
"What is ultimately the key to success in anyone's life whether it's family, business, or relationships?"
I think it's all about long-termism; having that long-term mindset and that's crucial. You're investing yourself today with the expectation of putting in the work. So don't be discourage if it doesn't work out in two or six months, find somebody to hold you accountable. That's why the mentorship and education is so important. On my end, I didn't have that accountability early on. When I found my partner, Jake, I found that accountability.
That's the difference between someone who's successful and not successful as far as I'm concerned.
“I think that ultimately, if you're responsible for all of your actions, you will ultimately become successful. Take responsibility for every action and stop making those excuses." – Gino Barbaro