Debt-Free Millionaire

Debt-Free Millionaire

With two books about to be published and a new video game for youth, and adults, this podcast should take off quickly. We will be bringing on CPAs and real estate investors to talk through the process of becoming a Debt-Free Millionaire, or to go the other way and be okay with debt and become a millionaire. We let you make the ultimate decision but we will give you what you need to get there. Talk to you soon. Thanks to Xogos Gaming for sponsoring this podcast and for creating our game. We are excited to share this with you.


June 27, 2024 39 mins

So why can’t we hold on to our money? Our culture recently is to spend what we want and not worry about the future. This is the mindset that gets us deep into debt and not able to pay the necessities. When you find yourself in this mindset, you again become a slave unto your debtor. 


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