Long-Term Success In A Short-Term Period—A Land Geek Student Case Study

In today’s episode of The Art of Passive Income—Round Table edition, Mark is joined by:

  • Aaron Williams
  • Erik Peterson
  • Mike Zaino
  • Tate Litchfield
  • Scott Todd
  • Kyle Knab

We have a special edition of Round Table this week. We are putting all of the focus on a recent coaching student and Toolkit owner, Kyle Knab. Kyle got into land investing after listening to Mark’s earlier podcasts and with the information that he learned from those episodes, he bought his first property!

Listen in as Kyle shares how he sold his first property on terms after purchasing the Toolkit, what he learned from the Toolkit and how the deals have been blowing up since—he shares some of the most memorable and best deals with us.

Kyle also answers these questions from the group:

  • What has been the most difficult challenge
  • First thing automated
  • Biggest fear
  • How he bought his first deal pre-Toolkit
  • What helped in his mindset shift

“It’s easy to talk ourselves out of success, but once you start believing you can do it then all of a sudden you start having that success.”

Plus, Kyle gives advice for those just starting out and find out what happened when he bought 2 properties then discovered there were $15,000 liens on each!

And finally, Scott shares new features in LGPass!

If you are on the fence about the toolkit or coaching listen in to Kyle’s story. He shows us how mindset, massive action, and mentorship are bringing massive results!


Kyle: Check out NationalDayCalendar.com to use towards your marketing.

Isn’t it time to create passive income so you can work where you want, when you want and with whomever you want?

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