From Investment Banking to Eating Arby’s

We all felt the effects of the Great Recession of 2008, but few of us had a front row seat to the chaos and the pain it caused. Brad Gibb is one of those people. In 2007 he had just landed his dream job at Goldman Sachs and felt like he was on his way to achieving the American Dream.

Then it all came crashing down on a crisp fall morning in 2008.

As Lehman Brothers collapsed, so did Brad's trust in Wall Street. All of a sudden, contributing to a 401k for 40+ years and hoping it all went well didn't seem so smart. So Brad left Wall Street and started flipping houses.

But after one too many nights eating Arby's 5 for $5 roast beef sandwiches and sleeping on the floor in his property, he realized fix & flipping wasn't all rainbows and unicorns either. So he set out to plot a better course to financial freedom through real estate.

With over 1,000 students who now own over 60 million dollars of real estate that is generating over 1 million dollars per month of passive income, it's safe to say Brad & his partners at Cash Flow Tactics have charted a pretty good course.

But you've got to watch and/or listen to see how they got there.

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