Boost Your Brand; How to Make Your Employer’s Prosperity Your Own

Boost Your Brand: How to Make Your Employer’s Prosperity Your Own

Boost Your Brand: How to Make Your Employer’s Prosperity Your Own. You take your business skillset and develop your brand.

What would your brand look like? How would people describe your brand?

What about your financial brand portfolio?

Recently, I was asked to be a guest on a great new podcast show, R.E.I. Branded.

R.E.I Branded is a Real estate-specific branding and marketing agency that helps busy real estate investors and related professionals build brands and businesses.

Many of us work for employers who spend millions annually to build and promote their brands.

Expanding Your Financial Brand

In addition, you might not think that investment real estate should be part of your financial portfolio; why not?

I would be pleased to delve into why real estate investment is needed in your personal brand and financial portfolio.

Listening to the podcast show (link below) can give you options for thinking about your personal brand. Therefore, should you feel about your finances as a small business with a brand?

Investment Real Estate as an Option

Why not be Ready, Set yourself to achieve a Goal for real estate investing correctly?

As part of my Tuesday, August 8, 2021, blog post, we discussed personal business planning. We discussed how many of us spend much of our careers building prosperity for our employer; however, we never deploy the same successful tactics for our personal financial health.

As part of the R.E.I. Branded podcast show, Episode 21 I discuss the launch of my book 31 Days to Purchasing and Renting Your First Investment Real Estate Property.

I have no affiliation with R.E.I. Branded; however, I advocate that owning investment real estate is a business and needs to be treated as such. In other words, branding plays a crucial role in your industry.

In addition, my book is for anyone unsure if investment real estate should be part of their financial portfolio.

First Three Chapters/Days of My Book

The first part of my book discusses how to start a rock-solid business plan and build your investment real estate brand; it also discusses the initial questions in setting a plan’s foundation and brand.

In the first three chapters of my book, we dive into the following questions and processes:

  • What is investment real estate?
  • Is that right for you?
  • Ready, Set, Goal for Your Investment Real Estate and Rental Property
  • Defining Your Financial Base and Purchasing Power

The great thing about listening to the following podcast episode is that you will either think this guy (me) knows what he is talking about, or you will caution your financial portfolio.

If you do decide to purchase my book and/or my workbook and planning guide, one of the first items you will have access to is the 31 Days to Purchasing and Renting Your First Investment Real Estate Property Business Plan Startup Checklist. 

The Business Plan Startup Checklist is a six-page comprehensive process that addresses:

  • Getting Started
  • Committing to Your Investment Real Estate Business
  • Setting Up and Branding Your Investment Real Estate Business
  • Ensuring Sufficient Funds are Available
  • Planning for Your Investment Real Estate Business Plan
  • Setting Up to Operate
  • Marketing and Launching Your Business
  • Sustaining Your Business

Therefore, as a reminder, if I have engaged you this far and you are curious to learn more about the business of investment real estate, please listen to R.E.I. Branded Podcast, Episode 21, Ready, Set, Goal Real Estate Investing the Right Way.

Much Success,


About the author, W. Rick

Dynamic entrepreneur and sales management strategist; with over 20 years of experience in his field. Rick has achieved multimillion-dollar sales growth while providing award-winning sales leadership and coaching in highly competitive markets.

An active real estate investor since 2002, Rick has developed his purchasing strategies and processes specializing in vacation and recreational properties, single-family homes and condo rentals.

In 2005, Rick re-financed his first rental property to fund the purchase of more positive cash flowing rental properties.

Rick sits on the Board of Directors for several condominium associations and is an active President and Treasurer. Sitting on these boards has given him a wealth of experience and insight into working with property management companies.

Rick has partnered with several joint venture associates and is committed to creating a positive investing experience for his associates by finding the properties, developing the investment, securing the financing and executing a proven positive cash flow system.

Why should you choose Rick as your Online Vault to Investment Real Estate Success Advisor?

An outstanding mentor and coach, Rick will work with you to build your investment real estate business starting from the foundation. From guiding you through the market research and critical drivers, building your team of trades, realtors, and lenders to attracting the investment real estate properties right for your portfolio and the joint venture partners to help you grow.

Through direction and training, Rick will help you develop your investment real estate goals and be a catalyst for you to purchase your first investment real estate property so you can build a strong financial foundation unlocking sustainable wealth and a living legacy for you and many generations to come.

Thank you for taking the only asset that gives us so much through life, but we can never get back our time.

Please join Rick on living his mantra:

” Prosperity for all aspects of your life forever.” W. Rick Harris

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