Jefferson Lilly is a self-made millionaire mobile home park investment expert, educator, and industry consultant. Prior to co-founding Park Street Partners in 2013, Jefferson spent seven years investing his own capital acquiring and operating his own mobile home parks. Before becoming a full-time investor, Jefferson spent nine years in sales leadership roles with several venture-backed startups in Silicon Valley. Jefferson has been featured in The New York Times, Bloomberg Magazine, and on the “Real Money” television show.
Jefferson is trying to hire more employees -- it's important to delegate tasks. ONWARD!
Always be learning -- Jefferson spends weekly time in a mastermind group.
Jefferson got a letter in writing from the government saying his first mobile home park's sewage lagoon was built to code -- and it wasn't -- and Jefferson tells the whole story here.
"Be persistent in all facets of business."
"Buy great businesses at fair prices -- not fair businesses at great prices."
I would have had more financial controls and would have had a bookkeeper.
Delegate -- and make sure things are getting done.
An individual would have the ability to think for themselves and overcome obstacles.