Bryan became a millionaire through one of the most common professions for teenagers, lawn care. Starting his lawn care business in his teens, he took the entrepreneurial route to becoming a millionaire. Over a 15 years, Bryan built his landscaping it 150 employees and over $10 million in annual revenue before selling it to one of the country’s largest landscaping businesses. While his story is impressive, the most impressive part is that he did it debt free.
This week on the Millionaire Choice, Tony talks with Dr. Dennis Kimbro, co-author of Think and Grow Rich: A Black Choice and author of The Wealth Choice. Dr. Kimbro and Tony share the same opinion that virtually anyone can build wealth by making the right life and financial choices.
Kyle Dunbar made his first gold and silver purchase at age 12. 30 years later, Kyle still buys gold as part of his financial plan and portfolio, but now he helps other people add silver and gold to their own investment portfolio.
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.
This week on The Millionaire Choice, I had the pleasure of speaking with Mitzi Perdue, Hotel Heiress and Perdue Farms Family member. Mitzi has experienced business leadership that has grown two 20,000 person companies and the lessons she learned has had a profound impact on her life, money, and purpose.
Tom's first job out of college was running nuclear power plants in the Navy. He's run a nuclear reactor and a small business. One was easy because it came with an instruction manual. Tom Schwab knows how to build an online business. He’s done it successfully several times, and now helps others find online success with podcast interview marketing.
Kristi Shen and Bryce Leung are the authors of Quit Like a Millionaire and founders of Millenial Revolution. Kristy and Bryce are world traveling early retirees.
While it may seem like Joe, OG, and the gang are messing around, we’re all actually deadly serious about financial literacy. Literacy rates around the world are dropping, and this podcast is meant to help foster much-needed conversations about money.
Like many of us, Marcus grew up not learning about money. He soon found himself buried in $30,000 of debt, dug himself out and along the way he learned how he too could build wealth and become a millionaire.
Beth Schomp is a 33 year veteran of the consumer direct marketing world. She’s reached some of the highest levels of success and now leads her team on finding their own success in the consumer direct sales world. Beth is a firm believer in servant leadership. Her passion and mission are to serve people to help them get where they need to go in life.