02 Mar March 2, 2022 – Self Storage Guru Joe Evangelisti and 12 Biblical Principles in Biz Ken Gosnell
Joe Evangelisti – Business Investor, Veteran, Peak Performance Coach, 4x Best-Selling Author
The art is in the pivot. A lot of people get stuck because
they don’t know Plan B.
Joe Evangelisti is known as “The Flip King!” Joe is now the host of The Legacy Blueprint podcast and a leading expert in real estate investing – specifically in the self-storage industry. After experiencing “burn out” from chasing single and multi-family deals, Joe walked away from his wildly successful flipping empire and transitioned to the world of Self-Storage.
Today, Joe’s mission is to show others how to tap into the massive opportunities hidden inside the self-storage industry. Opportunities that require far less time, less risk and exponentially more profits than any industry in real estate. In addition to The Storage Syndicate, Joe also serves as the CEO of three 7 and 8 figure companies. Prior to building his business and real estate empire, Joe served in the military as a Builder in the US Navy Seabees. He holds Letters of Commendation from the US Navy and The White House, a Letter of Appreciation from President Clinton, and numerous service medals.
Ken Gosnell – Founder of CEO Experience and Author of WELL DONE: 12 Biblical Business Principles for Leaders to Grow Their Business with Kingdom Impact
Believe and ask for the impossible!
Ken Gosnell is the founder of CEO Experience and the publisher of the CXP CEO Executive Guide, a monthly executive journal for CEOs and business owners. Ken is a keynote speaker, business consultant, and author of the book Well Done, 12 Biblical Business Principles for leaders to grow their business with Kingdom Impact. Ken shares business and leadership insights for business.com, Forbes, Entrepreneur, and several other business magazines. Although the phrase “Well Done” has a noble connotation to it, many business leaders, including Ken Gosnell, have a difficult time describing and defining what those words look like in the life of a business that is led by a person of faith. In Well Done, Ken describes the twelve biblical business principles that can help any leader who desires to grow their business and its Kingdom impact. These principles help to create a strategic roadmap for leaders to hear the words “Well Done” at the end of their journey. Every leader deserves to hear the words Well Done.