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Each week on “I’m a Millionaire, So Now What?”, Colleen O’Connell-Campbell, Wealth Advisor at RBC Dominion Securities, delivers inspirational stories and practical advice to self-made millionaires and wealthy families. With a focus on financial planning and wealth management strategies, Colleen and her guests cover the critical issues that truly matter to you, including succession strategies, family business governance tips, how to cope with fundraiser fatigue, finding your purpose after losing your family business, and much more.

Jan 12, 2021

On this week’s episode of 🎙💫“I’m a Millionaire! So Now What?” 💫🎙you’ll get to know real estate investor (and admitted spreadsheet lover!), Nick Legault. 

An engineer by trade, his shift to real estate began in 2008, when he bought and rented a small condo.

He did double duty for years, working full-time as an engineer and growing his company, Building Investments. 😬💪😬

And grow it did, 17-fold in just a few short years! 🔥🔥🔥

Nick and I talk zones of genius, team building, and the importance of accepting that, no, actually, you CAN’T do it all. 🛑

Coincidentally, that’s also the subject of my next Elevated Conversations event, Feb. 8! 🎊

DM me for deets and watch this space for more info.


Most successful entrepreneurs have a finely curated and complimentary team of people behind them. These businesspeople have realized that in order to make money – you have to spend money. You already know what your zone of genius is – and isn’t. Fill those genius gaps with the right people and let them get to work building your empire. That’s what Nick Legault did. It was a few years before he “quit the day job” to focus full time on Building Investments, his real estate investment company. And as soon as he could, he made a point to hire people who could fill in his own gaps – allowing him to focus on what he does best: acquisition. He has since grown his real estate business 17-fold in just a few short years and is expected to double in size every two years or so. Drafting the right people works – it sounds so simple, so “Well, d’uh!” but so many organizations continue to fail at it. Running a business is the most intense self-development program you’ll ever take. Because without the right team in place, you’ll quickly discover just how many things you’re…not so great at! LOL But that’s OK. I can’t do everything. And neither can you.