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Exclusive Interview With the “Limitless” - Kris Krohn

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After learning the ropes of real estate and positioning himself as one of the industry’s strongest leaders, Kris Krohn was able to retire as a multimillionaire at just 26 years old. Understandably, even agents twice his age want to know how he did it.

In this exclusive interview with the “Limitless” himself, we got the lowdown on how Kris Krohn first got into real estate, all the innovative techniques he found to grow his brand exponentially, and the real story behind his company’s unusual slogan, “Have It All.”

“You have 25 investment properties to your name. Can you tell us what that’s like?”

Krohn: It’s liberating. By the time I graduated college, I already had all these properties paying me $12,000 a month. I was making more than my professors! There’s such a sense of empowerment when you achieve true financial freedom to be able to do anything that you want with your time. Having all this passive income has given me the ability to choose what to spend my time on, where I spend my time, and who I spend my time with. The day it dawned on me that I would never have to work for anyone else for the rest of my life was truly one of the highlights of my life. That’s priceless.

“That’s an incredible feat, given that about 70% of college students graduate with debt. In fact, some 45 million Americans still owe $1.6 trillion in student loans and counting.”

Krohn: That’s what I’m saying. I didn’t want to end up as part of that statistic. While I was in college, I opened my front door to find my wife crying from being unable to buy groceries. I knew something needed to change.

“So you knew something needed to change, but how did you actually turn your life around?”

Krohn: After that unnerving incident of watching my wife cry, I met my first mentor who exposed me to real estate investing and I just knew I stumbled into something BIG. I met my first mentor in Utah, where he lived a life of leisure, having retired early. He wasn’t even that old, so I thought he must have inherited a ton of money from his parents. But that just wasn’t the case. He had made over $10 million in real estate, and his investments paid for his lifestyle. It paid for his freedom. I knew this was the kind of life I wanted for myself, so I dove in with everything I had.

“The odds didn’t scare you? Even if you knew that 85 to 90% of the world’s real estate agents fail in the business within the first five years?”

Krohn: I guess I just always had this winning mindset. And frankly, I didn’t see any other choice. Now, I teach every one of my mentees to “Have It All.” That’s our slogan. It refers to having the three keys to a prosperous life, which are health, wealth, and relationships. Without one, you cannot be truly happy. I believe that each and every one of us can have anything we want, as long as we know the path to get there and have the gumption to take action and get it.

“And how does a budding real estate agent “get there,” so to speak?”

Krohn: First and foremost, they find a good mentor. This is where I can help. Our company offers financial and personal empowerment to help new investors succeed the way I did.

“Give us some specifics. How do you empower new investors to find success in real estate?”

Krohn: For beginners, we offer training and coaching that walks them through exactly what they need to do to get started in real estate. My training has created numerous millionaires and even more future millionaires. For the more experienced investor, we offer partnership solutions. Maybe they have had some real estate deals go south, maybe they aren't happy with their 401(k) returns, maybe they just want real estate investing to be passive—no matter the circumstance, we can help. We find and make deals for these investors and split the profits 50/50.

“Finally, why do you do what you do? You’re retired and set for life. What drives you to still give back to the industry and pull up young investors to get to where you are?”

Krohn: At the core of all that I do is service. I serve those who are suffering. I help men and women discover their greatness in greater depth and show them how to command better results from their health, wealth, and relationships.

I guess I’ve always just believed that each and every one of us deserves better out of this life.

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