Joshua Hatter: Persistent Work in Progress

In this episode of Championship Leadership, we had the privilege to interview Joshua Hatter, CEO of Coastal Vacation Properties and Managing Partner of Maven Group-fund focusing on the acquisition, upfit, and management of Bed & Breakfasts (B&B) and boutique hotel investment properties across the eastern United States. He will share his story of an unpleasant childhood experience and going through adulthood trying to figure out things on his own. He will also share a delightful story about the remarkable person whom he considered his dad and an inspiration.

After having gone through so much in his life, Joshua Hatter proves that traumatic experiences are not a barrier to having a successful life. These and more!!

In This Episode:

[3:15] What does Championship Leadership mean to Joshua Hatter?

[4:37] Who is Joshua Hatter, and what brought him to where he is today?

[26:53] His vision, future plans, and the impact he wants to make.

[32:10] Episode takeaways.

About the Guest

Josh Hatter moved to Charleston from the Washington, DC area in 1999 to complete a Business Administration degree at the College of Charleston. He graduated from the Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina with an MBA in 2010.

After spending nearly 20 years of his professional career growing businesses primarily supporting the US Navy, he decided to rent a single bedroom out of his home in 2016. Since that single bedroom nearly 6 years ago, he has grown his portfolio into several businesses owning investment short-term rentals both alone and with partners, as well as managing a portfolio of nearly 100 bedrooms for clients to help them meet their long-term investment property goals.

He loves supporting his clients, growing their investments and hosting thousands of guests as they visit Charleston through his property management company, Coastal Vacation Properties.

Important Quotes:

“Entrepreneurship is just constant chaos; it has its ups and downs.”

“I also don’t try to solve problems that don’t exist.”

“I once worked for a business owner who said rule number one of success was to show up. “

“Unfortunately, people that come from disadvantaged backgrounds. It’s easier for us to fall into those traps. We don’t necessarily have the best guidance, and we have to kind of figure it out for ourselves.”.

 “Read constantly.”

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