Jun 15, 2021
This week’s episode is the second in a two-part series that features Gurpreet Padda, MD. He is a private practice physician out of St. Louis, Missouri, who runs Reversing Diabetes MD and Padda Institute Center for Interventional Pain Management. This week we dive into his real estate management, development, and investment company, Red Pill Kapital. We discuss how he started it, what he invests in, and his advocacy for providing passive real estate wealth-building strategies for private practice physicians.
In this episode, we talk about…
[1:39] The disappearance of private practice
[6:04] How Dr. Padda started Red Pill Kapital
[7:34] Evaluating capital growth on a project
[9:52] The decision about whether or not to syndicate investments
[14:09] Real estate lessons learned
[16:04] Being a passive participant versus an active investor in a real estate deal
[20:35] Previous jobs held by Dr. Padda
[23:55] Who Dr. Padda is reading or listening to right now for news, information, or inspiration
[26:38] What Dr. Padda does for self care
[27:31] Is a person born with a desire to heal, or is this learned only through their training?
[28:22] Are leaders born or trained?
Links to resources:
Reversing Diabetes MD: https://reversingdiabetes.com
Padda Institute Center for Interventional Pain Management: https://painmd.tv
Red Pill Kapital: https://redpillkapital.com
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