This week on The Millionaire Choice Show, Tony talks with his good friend Lynette Lewis finding success and wealth through corporate leadership path, and finding purpose for your life and the wealth you create. Lynette’s eclectic career journey has taken her from PR and fundraising at a major university to the senior marketing leader for … Continue reading EP 33: Finding Purpose for Your Life and Money, Lynette Lewis, Climbing the Ladder in Stilettos
Marcus Garrett and Tony talk about putting systems and habits in place to help you with your personal finances and building wealth.
This week on The Millionaire Choice show, Tony discusses being a millionaire and millionaire tactics with Jace Mattinson, co-host of Millionaires Unveiled Podcast.
If you've ever wondered how to get into real estate investing with relatively little money, then you should listen to Mark Padolsky, The Land Geek. On the show, Mark breaks down his method of land investing and how he got started in land investing as his path to becoming a millionaire.
Tony has known Chris since his college days when Chris shared stories of using his Charles Schwab account to trade stocks on credit and getting a warning letter from the SEC. Chris is one of those rare people that have become a millionaire on a government salary. Winding down his career in law enforcement, Chris has begun helping people with their own financial and retirement plans.
Tony talks with Dr. Richard Smith about building your own investment portfolio. Mutual Funds have become the standard practice for many investors, but Dr. Smith believes building your own portfolio is a superior to mutual funds investing. If done with wisdom and a good process, building your own portfolio can allow you to experience higher growth.
Amanda has been in your shoes! After Amanda and her husband Brandon opened the business of their dreams—a coffee shop in Chicago’s South Loop—they thought they had it made. From the outside, everything looked great. Not only was their business growing, but they were also making a difference by selling ethically-sourced coffee and providing a neighborhood gathering place.
Philip Taylor didn’t grow up wealthy. In fact, he grew up practically broke. His family faced financial ups and downs, but something changed for Philip in his 20s. Philip began getting money smart. He woke up and realized he didn’t have to keep living the broke lifestyle. Philip fell in love with learning about money and helping people with their money.
I had a great time talking with Chris on the show this week. Chris has an incredible story of overcoming a difficult childhood. If anyone had a reason to fail in life, Chris was it. He could have folded up and walked out an unfruitful, sad, and miserable life. But that's not what happened. Chris turned it around and made some life-altering choices. He didn't let his childhood, his family, or any of the other hardships define him. He embraced his own life transformation.
In 2001, Dan Miller helped to transform my life. After hearing Dan speak on a Sunday, I attended one of his evening classes, refocused my career plans, and set off on a career and life journey for the next 20 years. Doors of opportunity opened that I never imagined and my income soared. I give Dan Miller a lot of the credit.