Enjoy my review of Tony Robbins’ latest book: Unshakeable: Your Financial Freedom Playbook: Creating Peace of Mind in a World of Volatility.
434 – Radical Lifestyle Stories: How this Filipina Immigrant Named Ruby is Pursuing Financial Independence in Less Than 10 Years
My guest today is a lady named Ruby. She and her husband are both recent immigrants to the US and they are aggressively pursing financial independence.
I’ve compiled a simple list of 18 tips for you to enhance your financial security and financial privacy that range from the simple to the contentious.
432 – Gwen (A Fiery Millennial) Gives Her Take on Financial Independence and Early Retirement for Millennials
Gwen is a hardcore saver who is working her tail off to reach financial independence and to teach others through her story.
Today I answer: “I am a 22 year old recent college graduate. Do you have any advice for someone like me who is just getting started in the real world?”
Do you feel richer today than you did yesterday? If not, why not?
Different people learn in different ways. I’m glad to bring my new friends Jonathan and Brad on the show to talk about their project ChooseFI.com.
424 – Financial Freedom in Just a Few Years with AirBnB Property Management! Interview with Zeona McIntyre
Today I have a really fun profile of someone who has successfully achieved financial freedom in less than 10 years by capitalizing on AirBnB.
420 – Radical Lifestyle Stories: How This Young Couple Increased Their Savings Rate From 8% to 80% of Their Income
They went from being a fairly typical young couple with a small savings rate to being radical Mustachians, on track to retire in the next few years!
The health of your credit score is an important subject. It’s important that you keep your credit report squeaky clean and your credit score high.
396 – Job –> High-Paying Job –> Savings –> Real Estate Investment –> Business –> Financial Freedom: Interview with Joe Fairless, Host of the Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever Podcast
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.
382 – How to Remove Your Adult Children from Suckling at Your Financial Teat (aka, How to Get Your Boomerang Kids to Grow Up and Leave!)
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.
Out & About: The Stages of Financial Independence-My Appearance on the Afford Anything Podcast with Paula Pant
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.
375 – The Recovering Spender: How to Live a Happy, Fulfilled, Debt-Free Life; Interview with Author Lauren Greutman (I Am That Lady from IAmThatLady.com)
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.
372 – The Power of Cause and Effect: If you Want to Experience an Effect, You Must Initiate the Sequence of Causes That Lead to Its Outcome
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.
363 – Combating the Effects of a Terminal Illness Diagnosis with Real Estate Prowess (and What’s Better–Business or Real Estate?) Interview with Kathy Fettke from the Real Wealth Network
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!
361 – The Power of If: If You Don’t Like the Laws (Especially the Financial Laws), Avoid the Conditions that Cause You to be Subject to Them
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.