Matt Slowik has always had an interest in real estate, but he’s just kicked things into high gear by launching his business and website Carrot. Last year he Hungary Phone Number stumbled across the Carrotcast, listening to 255 episodes in the last year alone! Currently, he is working on his Masters degree and is employed full time as a Security Compliance Officer. That said, he was probably our best listener in 2020. Last year alone, he listened to over 250 episodes, which equates to around 10,555 minutes! I know what my favorite episodes are, but we felt it was extremely helpful to see which episodes resonated the most with a new investor. Today we chat with Matt to learn more about his business, what he learned and how he balances his busy lifestyle!
Building Your Wholesale
This episode goes back to the beginnings of CarrotCast. We love chatting with Alex and this episode dove into how your mind works. And how to use the Kolbe Index to identify compatible mindsets. Immediately after directing the episode, Matt signed up for Kolbe’s assessment, learned more about how his mind works, and changed the course of it accordingly. CarrotCastEpisode 39: Why the Kolbe Score is Critical in Knowing Which Person You Should Hire First (or Next) with Trevor Mauch Episode 39 also discussed the Kolbe Index and how to implement it in your own business.
Thoughts on the Podcast
For Matt, the listening made him realize it was time to dismantle a long-standing partnership. Because he understood each other’s reasons and strengths and weaknesses. He was able to end the partnership and still remain great friends. Kolbe’s clue helped Matt justify what he was doing, helping him get to know himself better. CarrotCast Episode 69: Get Rich But Not Quickly with Carrot Client Edward Beck This episode once again focused on motivation and mindset. After hearing the episode, Matt immediately purchased Edward’s book and applied the information to his own business. It gave him a boost in his business and helped him know exactly where he needed to grow.