Today, my guest is Larry Goins, who has always thought about wanting to do business. Even when he was a kid, he used to go down to the sawmill and get stakes. Then, he would resell them at the flea market as tomato stakes. Then, he moved on to painting cars, lawn care, and reading books about real estate.

Larry eventually got real estate and contractor licenses. He did his very first depot in 1986, more than 30 years ago. There’s a lot of people who have not been investing that long. Larry has seen more market cycles than most can ever dream of.

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