Podcast #100 – My Story – The 100th (Drunken) Episode with Abhi Golhar – Who is Lane 2.0

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Pardon the grammar… I’m an Engeneer, Enginere, Engenere… I’m good with math! Here are the Show Notes:

Lane is dringing Maui Brewing Company Makawao beer and POG IPA and homemade mead (honey wine), Abhi – Whiskey

https://abhigolhar.com/

How old are you? 1985

How much simple passive cash flow do you have coming in and from what investments?

At this point my cashflow is a little lower because some of sfhs are offline because I’m trying to sell them and my syndications are in the ramp up stage but I’m around 3k. more importantly I have very low expenses and essentially financially free. My salary from my paycheck is 4k at the-end if taxes and that’s what I use to put right back into my business. That’s 3k not including my day job.

– What are your healthiest habits? How do these help contribute to being your best, most productive self?
Intermittent fasting.
Used to do paleo but has evolved to keto
I used to do crossfit but the 225 lb deadlifts twenty one times for three rounds really got old. Its for people in their twenties
Got a trainer who won the hawaiian iron classic
Keep changing goals

– What do you attribute your ability to be prolific and productive to?

I don’t have that many distraction
I got lucky with initial positive feedback

I work really hard/consistent
Make tweaks frequently. If you follow me around I do weird things. or going to the restroom put coffee in microwave and then take a call like a machine

– Looking back what do you wish you had done differently along your journey so far?

I wish I would have gotten a personal mentor to call me out on my and minimize the hours of mental planning and scenario

Q1) You mentioned that you have spent close to $60K last year in coaching & mentoring programs/events, can you share some insights on how do you determine which ones worth investing your time & money into, which aren’t, and how to avoid the scammers/pitfalls? Are there ones that you recommend trying out or avoiding?

Get feedback from actual students. Make sure there is no referral fee going on.

Allocate a development allowance. 10 percent of your income.

A mentor taught me never to speak bad of others so I won’t here publicly. But if you guys get to know me I tell you what I think. Another example of going an inch wide mile deep.

Q2) I’ve listened to most of your podcasts (and yes I did leave reviews :-)) but can’t say every single one so apologize if I missed it if you shared already – how do you manage employer/manager after they learnt you were doing this REI “side gig” with the eye of quitting your day-job? I am sure quite a handful of your listens work for companies that have requirement of disclosing outside business activities that require either company/manager approval, or Compliance clearance, varying level of scrutiny , or maybe just a disclosure. What would be your words of advice or caution on how best to navigate this when one cannot fully launch into investing full-time?

I have a humorous article of what to do in a day job.

But honestly people don’t rreally know what I do. I am a government worker who drives a mercedes at work and smiles a lot. It does not make sense. Its good that my parking lot is really big so no one really sees me.

I work in a non profit so I try to respect that they are paying me for my time.

Honestly if they find out I bet the “clock watchers” will become whistle-blowers. my mindset is that it won’t be a bad thing. It will just pressure me to work my ass off and get out of day job and take that leap.

I just like how authentic I can be in the way I work with people… In the I interviews for the this last job they asked why should we hire you?

No one else has a masters degree and real world experience that I do and willing to be paid the salary level and will be happy there.

If people give you a hard time this is all about lifestyle creation. Financial freedom gives you the freedom to do what you want. a recommended real is Mark Madsen “How to not give a fuck”. Its not about living life like a cavalier but opting into a conscious life of people and projects that are aligned with you.

 

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