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And it was a very worthwhile investment and, you know, the way he opens it up around mindset. So I belong to a women’s wealth building group, which I did last year. So I did that again with him and it was still food. Although it was set up from last year, it was. But food was still a big one. Um, and, and so that mindset of, you know, watch who you spend your money, watch, you know, where you’re putting your attention.
So I thought that was awesome. I mean, at five weeks I was just fascinated and I was very boy find how much I had learned crazy, amazing, because I went from, you know, not knowing anything at all, other than buying a private home. To talk well, real estate language, listen to the podcast on what they were talking about.
And so it was, you know, I think he does an excellent job and walking you through all the pieces. I mean, I’m constantly underwriting stuff. Now. I have a lot of confidence in my underwriting. I keep trying to get in here. I’ve sent himself and he sends me back. What I liked at the conference was the like-minded community, right.
Which I knew from my wealth building committee. Extremely important. So I liked the like-minded community. I liked the idea of doing well by doing good it’s like that concept. So it was a thread there to me of authenticity and diversity of who he presented, you know, youngness and a bunch of people. And I kept waiting to see somebody around my age.
And then it was one guy from, I think he’s from New York. I can’t remember his name. But he was close to my age. And so I’ve in the last five years, I’ve completed two masters and I’ve, I’ve been the oldest one in the class every time. And it’s fine. You know what? I paid 160 grand for one of my masters, 130 for the other.
I said, I’m now going to invest like maybe $40,000 to get this property and get hands on money. I said, this is my master’s in real estate. That’s exactly how I’m looking at it. I’m making this investment. It’s an investment in my learning and we’re going to do this thing.