Today I want you to pay careful attention to how Joe Fairless got into real estate. Pay attention to the arc of his overall career. And then model him.
I recently read an article from the New York Times called, “It’s Official: The Boomerang Kids Won’t Leave.” In today’s show, we tackle this subject.
I recently appeared on Paula Pant’s “Afford Anything” podcast for an in-depth discussion of the stages of financial independence.
One of the younger listeners in my audience recently wrote me to find out how she can reach financial independence by the age of 30.
My guest today is Lauren Greutman and today we discuss her new hook and her systematic, step-by-step advice for how to overcome a spending addiction.
The law of cause and effect is operational in your daily life. Today I give you a series of practical lines of inquiry into financial causes and effects.
I don’t think you have to wait to enjoy a lifestyle of Financial Abundance, and I definitely don’t think you should wait for later to start planning for it.
Kathy Fettke from the Real Wealth Network has an interesting story of learning to invest in real estate during a time of personal crisis. Enjoy the show!
Discover ways to build more freedom and independence (especially in the area of taxes) by understanding the laws that you’re subjected to!
No matter where you’re starting from or what your current financial condition, you can build a plan to achieve financial freedom in 10 years or less.
Large financial goals can often be achieved in a relatively short period of time if you focus enough on the goal and execute a plan with intense action.
What does it mean to live a rich life now? There are immaterial aspects to a rich life and material aspects to riches. Today we tackle the immaterial.
Today we discuss starting an experts business, transitioning from a stable career to an unstable entrepreneurship opportunity, the banking system and more!
I’ve invited Chad Carson to share his story of how he began investing in real estate with no money and built his empire to a place of financial freedom.
Dan Lok’s foray into employment came as a 16-year-old earning minimum wage. He quickly realized that he needed to be self employed and hasn’t looked back.
Nicole Bryan began her career as a schoolteacher with a pile of student loans. Today, she is on track to be financially independent by her 40th birthday.
This episode is a follow-up appearance on Nick Hazelton’s podcast wherein he solicited my advice and comments on his self-education plan.
Should I Switch from Employment to Self-Employment to Save Money? How do I Decide Between Model Portfolio Asset Allocations? Find out in today’s Q&A!
Today we cover the idea of transforming Americans back into savers, paying off a mortgage early and making your backyard a tiny house lot for extra income.
My guest today is a former boss of mine, Warren Prescott – a man that started as a plumber’s assistant as a teenager and today he’s a wealthy businessman.