In this episode of the Nick Huber Show, you learn how Nick created $1 million dollars of enterprise value in 9 months from the self-storage income. Through the purchase of a self-storage facility in rural Pennsylvania, he turned things around with unbelievable results.
Time management is crucial to success and growth, and being able to say “no” to certain things while saying “yes” to those more productive activities. It’s all about how much you want it and are you willing to be disciplined and proactive.
If you’re looking into buying a self storage facility, there are some things you need to know about the current economic environment. It’s not impossible, but you can still buy real estate and make money, you just need to know how to flip the script.
When asking yourself how to start a startup, entrepreneurs need to understand the difference between value and money. Nick Huber from the Sweaty Startup breaks it down in three easy examples.
Before buying a company, make sure you’re not getting a bad deal. In this cross-posted episode of The Sweaty Startup, I sit down with the guys from “Acquisitions Anonymous” where we break down Self Storage and Moving Companies.
I started the Sweaty Startup in December of 2018 because I believe the Shark Tank and Tech Crunch culture is ruining the real spirit of low-risk entrepreneurship.