103: Guest Interview - Choose Financial Independence with Chris Mamula
Today's interview features Chris Mamula, co-author of the new book, "Choose FI: Your Blueprint to Financial Independence." We discuss his background and how he was able to retire at the age of 41. Chris shares input on health insurance when retired, what surprised him upon retirement, how he personally invests, and how to transfer net worth to cash flow/income. He divulges the story behind the book and also what stood out to him from his research and writing. Check out the book at .
102: Net Worth of 1.9M - Handyman and Vending Machines
Larry has a current net worth of 1.9M. He currently works as a handyman but started and worked with several small businesses including, but not limited to, vending machines, trucking, sewer management, and truck repairs. He discusses several different ventures including why they started and ultimately ended. Larry talks about how to start and scale a small business, as well as knowing when to sell. He is 55 years ago, debt adverse, and just paid off his home last year.
101: Interviews Recap, What Have We Learned?
In this episode we discuss how and why the show was started, highlights and lowlights along the way, favorite interviews, and some of the things that we've learned from interviewing nearly 100 everyday millionaires. We also discuss upcoming plans for the show including a new website.
100: Net Worth of 100M - Build an Intentional Life with David Osborn
David Osborn is an author, real estate investor, world traveler, mentor and father. He's the author of three books, Wealth Can't Wait, Miracle Morning Millionaires, and Tribe of Millionaires. We discuss intentionality, goal-setting, passive income, risk-taking, mindset, one's tribe or influencers, education and learning, and more. He shares how he was able to grow his net worth from -$1,500 at age 26 to around nine figures today. Check out his new book at https://www.tribeofmillionaires.com/checkout-page.
99: Net Worth of 5.5M - Mid 60's Female, Never Made Over $82K
Diane shares her inspiring story of saving and investing her way to financial success. She worked first as an engineer, and then taught engineering; she never made over $82,000. Furthermore, she has four children, three homes, and 4.9MM in her IRA. She discusses her asset allocation and investing mistakes and advice. She shares that she consistently put 10% into retirement and lived frugally.