Jason Hartman kicks off the episode talking with someone who’s about to set a new standard at the Meet the Masters conference this weekend. Journey Captured, a Journey tribute band, will be performing Saturday night at the first ever Meet the Masters Concert. Jason talks with Bass player Giorgio Tupanjanin about his musical training, why he plays Journey, and what to expect at the concert.
Then Jason finishes his client case study with Sue & Gary Pinkerton. This time Sue offers some tips on self-management, the frustratingly fragmented (yet helpful) nature of real estate investing, and why you can’t consider anything a passive investment.
[1:59] A Journey tribute band will be playing at Meet the Masters
[3:50] Why Journey for a tribute band?
[6:28] Is jazz music one of the most technical styles out there?
[9:51] How Journey found their current lead singer
Pinkerton Case Study:
[15:16] Sue’s tips on self-management
[18:52] The fragmented nature of single family real estate investing is frustrating
[22:13] There is NO SUCH THING as a passive investment