Jerome Maldonado is someone who has fallen multiple times but has never let any hurdle block his path to success. Join us as we talk about how you can build your own empire through the right mindset, strategy, and drive. Find out more about our investing opportunities here www.vonfinch.com/invest
Jerome Maldonado is a real estate investor and developer who runs a nine-figure real estate syndication in New Mexico. However, his journey to success was never easy. Having dealt with dyslexia for most of his young life, Jerome struggled alongside his peers and was considered the black sheep of the family. Despite this major challenge in his life, Jerome finished his degree and set out to earn six figures a year that allowed him many great luxuries in life. But then, his former employer suddenly got shut down for non-compliance, leaving him and a lot of other people without an income.
Still, Jerome got back up and found his way into the world of construction, where he realized that there was much money to be made. And so, he started building his business with the goal of earning $1,000 a day, continued scaling his business into the massive operations that it is today, and then started investing in properties himself.
For a lot of our listeners out there, extreme challenges in life are nothing new, be it losing your job or having an investment fail. Jerome is someone who can relate entirely, and he shares with us how you can overcome these challenges and change your mindset about them. Because in every scenario, there is something good that can come out of it.
Moreover, Jerome also shares his best practices when it comes to the construction side of real estate, building processes and systems that work, and choosing the best people to partner with—people that have the skills that can help you do things very well, and are not just in it for the money. Whether you are struggling with your career right now or are looking to start in construction, don’t miss this episode.
1. In every single scenario, you can either look at the good or the bad.
2. When you are hit with an extreme challenge, find a way to see what good you can gain from it.
3. Create systems that have no room for loss.
4. No two projects are the same, and so every project requires a different business plan.
5. When partnering, find people who are driven by the game, not the money.
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Jerome Maldonado Official Website: https://jeromemaldonado.com/
Quad J Capital Holdings Open Corporates Page: https://opencorporates.com/companies/us_nm/6077528
Jerome Maldonado on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jerome-maldonado-1018b183
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Jerome Maldonado YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGwTgAeKquvu5hvVO3n0Kxg
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