We all face adversity in our life, but rather than being held back by it, what if we turned these obstacles into our greatest strengths? When we look at difficulties through the lens of opportunity rather than constraints, a whole new world opens up to us. Darren Jacklin, our guest today, has lived a life with many bumps in the road, where he could have given up at any moment.
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Instead, he used his street smarts and turned it into his superpower of helping people find the right deal and growing their portfolios exponentially. In this episode, Darren shares some of his incredible life story with us and how, through these difficulties, he has not only been able to build great personal wealth but also pursue awe-inspiring philanthropy. We learn about the multiple ways that Darren gives to others. Through fostering an abundant mindset and surrounding himself with others who think the same, he has reached levels he could not have dreamed of. He also shares some of his due diligence advice, what to look for, and why you should not only chase shiny objects. It can be easy to feel pressure to pursue every deal, but Darren advises us to be patient to ensure we do not land in hot water. He also sheds light on why we should be go-givers rather than go-getters, the importance of relationships and not transactions, and unique tips on getting in front of investors. Darren is a special, charismatic entrepreneur with some of the most infectious energy we have ever encountered. Be sure to tune in today!
Key Points From This Episode:
- From homeless to multi-millionaire: Learn more about Darren’s incredible background story.
- Find out more about Darren’s downside protection strategy and what it entails.
- Darren’s top tips on how to overcome blind spots when it comes to finding new deals.
- Why it is important to educate people rather than to pitch a deal to them.
- Learn more about the importance of a thorough and patient due diligence process.
- Relationship equity: What it means and why it’s important in life and business.
- Understand the difference between and importance of calm, cautious, and nervous money.
- Darren’s advice on how to get in front of those high-net-worth individuals.
- Why transparency is the most important but also the most difficult part of syndication for Darren.
- A look at Darren’s 95-5 principle in standing out to investors.
- Preparation for the downturn, a recent business improvement, and how Darren gives back.
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About Darren Jacklin
For over 23 years, Darren Jacklin has traveled four continents and personally trained over one million people in over 48 countries. He has mentored entrepreneurs and business owners on specific and measurable strategies. These strategies have then been implemented into businesses to increase income, transform obstacles into cash flow, and turn passion into profits. Darren has an uncanny ability to increase wealth and success by uncovering hidden assets, overlooked opportunities and undervalued possibilities. His talent has captured the attention of Tiger 21, The Wall Street Journal, Yahoo Finance, NBC TV, CBS TV, Global TV, international radio stations, magazines and newspapers, movie producers, best-selling authors, CEOs, and business experts worldwide. Darren is also featured as an international celebrity in the 2015 movie, The Treasure Map. Currently, Darren sits on paid international boards of directors and advisory boards of public and private companies, and with this experience has successfully advised a small private American residential real estate company to grow to an internationally recognized publicly-traded company on the NASDAQ. He has also personally trained over 157 Fortune 500 companies such as Microsoft, AT&T, Black & Decker, Barclays Bank, as well as high school, college and university students, and professional athletes. His experience has connected him with people in more than 130 countries.
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