Simple Passive Cashflow Hawaiian Private Mastermind – “Combining business with pleasure”

Combine business and pleasure to optimize your portfolio and meet like-minded folks in paradise. Combine with the tax benefits and make it a net-net zero expense!

Hang-out with Lane and talk business




Other Benefits:

Tax savings for a weekend (single x 4 days): $800 Flight + $1,000 Hotel + $400 Food = $2,200×35%=$770 potential savings*

Tax savings for a weekend (Family of four x 4 days): $3,200 Flight + $1,800 Hotel + $1000 Food = $6,000×35%=$2,100 potential savings*


$1,000 – Pick up and drop off at lodging

$100 – Lane will arrange an investor meeting to further legitimize your trip^*

^ The IRS case law suggests “sandwiching” business around travel with weekend days as off-days*

*Consult your tax professional. Remember the rule: necessary and legitimate business expenses, pigs get fat, hogs get slaughtered


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South East (Honolulu):

Hanama Bay – Snorkeling

Waikiki – Tourist area with great proximity to the beach

Ala Moana – Largest Mall in State

Diamond Head Hike

Pearl Harbor & USS Arizona Memorial

Waikiki Aquarium

Honolulu Zoo

Waiola Shave Ice

A breathtaking drive past Hanauma Bay will take you to East Honolulu and to one of nature’s stunning creations. Halona Blowhole is a lava rock formation and sea cave scenic lookout located along Oahu majestic southeast shoreline. When the waves roll-in just right a spout of water will burst from the ocean and up through the rocks into a jet stream. This popular lookout is also a wonderful place to go whale watching in the winter and it also overlooks a tiny, yet famous beach. Halona Cove, also known as ‘Here to Eternity Beach’, which hosted a very well-known kiss between Burt Lancaster and Deborah Kerr in the classic 1953 film. The beach is located down and to the right side of the lookout.

Every Friday night, the Hilton Hawaiian Village, hosts a spectacular fireworks show fronting the hotel along Waikiki Beach and near the Duke Kahanamoku Lagoon. Visitors and locals alike will gather along the beach and shore to take in the sights and sounds of this colorful presentation. Grab your spot on the sand or nearby early, as the area fills quickly and by 7:45 p.m. the show begins.

Food: Alicia’s for poke/Hawaiian food,


Turtle Bay

Large Shore

Polynesian Cultural Center

Food: Ted’s Bakery – Good food and pie, Matsumoto Shave Ice

West (Ewa):


Paradise Cove Luau

Dump your kids at this friendly Disney Resort –

Food: Monkey Pod

East Side (Kailua & Kaneohe)

Lanikai Hike – Sunrise Video

Kailua Beach Park

Ko’olau Mountain Range

Food: Kokonuts Shave Ice (Obama’s favorite)

Leonard’s malasada truck near the old K-Mart in Waikele off H-1

Liliha Bakery (the famous Cocoa Puffs)

Boots and Kimo’s on the Windward side (Macadamia nut pancakes

For some strange reason after going through decades of schooling and multiple professional degrees you guys have built up a habit for pain and suffering so you might as well play at one of the hardest golf courses in the US, Ko’alau, in Kailua. The slope rating is 153
Halona blowholes
Sky Bar at the Top of Waikiki has live music and great views
Snorkeling at Hanauma Bay and Makapu’u
Hiking at Diamond Head, Hamama Falls, or Lanikai pillbox hike
Drop a bunch of cash) at the LDS Polynesian Cultural Center theme-park

Resources to plan your own

  • Pearl Harbor, Diamond Head hike, Sea Life Park, Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, Hanauma Bay Snorkelling, E Noa Tours
  • Diamond Head Beach Lookout: 200,000 years ago, a volcanic eruption solidified into a towering outcropping above Honolulu. This beautiful lookout stands at the base of Diamond Head and provides views of Molokai on clear days.
  • Secret Beach at Sherwood Forest: The official name is Waimanalo Bay, but “Secret Beach” fits the bill—this pristine shoreline is not often visited by tourists, and the ironwood trees that surround it are referred to as Sherwood Forest. Although the bus can’t stop here, it will take a beautiful drive through so you can see where the forest meets the ocean.
  • Snorkeling with Sea Turtles: A stop at Sea Turtle Beach gives you the opportunity to observe the island’s native population of green sea turtles. But don’t stop there… Suit up with the full-face, super-premium snorkel gear provided by Aloha Circle Island, and claim your chance to swim with these creatures in their natural habitat… Under the Sea.
  • Macadamia Nut Tropical Farm: Peek behind the royal curtain of the king of nuts at this macadamia nut plantation, where guests follow the legume from flower to harvest and learn how Hawaii pioneered the nut industry. Everyone will receive FREE all you can eat macadamia nuts and Kona coffee.
  • Fumi’s Kahuku Garlic Shrimp: The shrimp served at Fumi’s farm are fresh and are actually farm-raised in ponds right on their property. Enjoy their famous shrimp sauteed with butter and garlic, or tons of other options that don’t include seafood. (Food cost not included in Groupon)
  • The Halona Blowhole: When once-molten rock meets the churning surf, the Halona Blowhole erupts a spray of water up to 30 feet high. Nearby, the Halona Beach Cove offers a romantic backdrop seen in the 1953 film _From Here to Eternity.
  • Dole Pineapple Plantation: The huge country store offers a wide variety of Dole Plantation gifts, local favorites, foods and refreshments including the world-famous DoleWhip Ice Cream. All of Dole’s Hawaii pineapple crop is consumed right here in Hawaii. Don’t miss your chance to grab some to bring home or send as gifts; it’s the only place to get the real thing!
  • Farmers Markets
    • O‘AHU FARMERS’ MARKETS FARMLOVERS MARKET AT HALE’IWA Waimea Valley 59-864 Kamehameha Hwy Thurs 2 pm – 6 pm 808-388-9696 Managers: Pamela Boyar & Annie Suite
    • FARMLOVERS MARKET AT KAILUATOWN Kailua Elementary School 315 Kuulei Rd, Kailua Sunday 8:30 am – 12 pm 808-388-9696 Managers: Pamela Boyar & Annie Suite
    • NORTH SHORE COUNTRY MARKET Sunset Beach Elementary School, Haleiwa Saturday 8 am – 2 pm 808-234-9421 Manager: Carol Simmons
    • FARMLOVERS MARKET AT KAKA’AKO Gateway By Ross 333 Ward Avenue Saturday 8 am – 12 pm 808-388-9696 Manager: Pamela Boyar & Annie Suite
    • ARMLOVERS MARKET AT PEARLRIDGE 98-1005 Moanalua Rd, Aiea Saturday 8 am -12 pm 808-388-9696 Managers: Pamela Boyar & Annie Suite
    • HALEIWA TOWN MARKET Behind North Shore Mkpl on Cane Haul Rd Sunday 10:30 am – 2 pm 808-848-2074 Manager: Megan Kono
    • HONOLULU FARMERS’ MARKET Neal Blaisdell Center 777 Ward Ave, Honolulu Wednesday 4 pm – 7 pm 808-848-2074 Manager: Megan Kono
    • KAILUA FARMERS’ MARKET Behind Longs Drugs 609 Kailua Rd, Kailua Thursday 5 pm – 7:30 pm 808-848-2074 Manager: Megan Kono
    • KAPIOLANI FARMERS’ MARKET Kapiolani Community College 4303 Diamond Head Rd, Honolulu Tuesday 4 pm -7 pm, Saturday 7:30 am – 11 am 808-848-2074 Manager: Megan Kono
    • MĀKEKE KAPOLEI Kapolei High School, 91-5007 Kapolei Pkwy. Kapolei, HI 96707 Thursdays, 3 pm-6:30 pm 808-697-3709 Email: Manager: Alicia Higa
    • MĀKEKE WAI`ANAE Waianae Mall, 86-120 Farrington Hwy. Waianae, HI 96792 Saturdays, 8 am-12 pm 808-697-3709 Email: Manager: Alicia Higa
    • MILILANI FARMERS’ MARKET Mililani High School 25-1200 Meheula Parkway Sunday 8 am – 11 am 808-848-2074 Manager: Megan Kono
  • Farm Tours
    • O‘AHU FARM TOURS GREEN ROWS FARM 41-756 Mahailua Street Waimanalo, HI 96795 415-717-0309
    • THE RED BARN FARMSTAND 66-320 Kamehameha Hwy Haleiwa, HI 96712 808-753-4350
    • KAHUKU FARMS CAFÉ & TOURS 56-800 Kamehameha Hwy. Kahuku, HI 96731 808-628-0639
    • KAHUMANA ORGANIC FARM & CAFÉ 86-660 Lualualei Homestead Rd. Waianae, HI 96792 808-696-2655
    • KO HANA RUM Manulele Distillers, LLC 92-1770 Kunia Road #227 Kunia camp, HI 96759 808-649-0830 KUALOA RANCH 49-560 Kamehameha Hwy. Kaneohe, HI 96744 808-237-8515
    • WAIHUENA FARM Farm Tours & Weekly CSA 59-414 Kamehameha Hwy Halewia, HI 96712 808-638-0570