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Dec 26, 2016

Philip Taylor, aka PT, is one of the most well-connected guys in the personal finance world. He’s spent the past half-dozen years building tight relationships with some of the most influential authors and speakers in this space. Today he shares his top five money lessons learned over the past decade.

PT shared...


Dec 19, 2016

Former professional Poker player Billy Murphy has an intriguing story.

He achieved financial independence at age 29, and he did this by applying a concept known as "expected value" to his online businesses.

In this episode, I chat with Billy about how expected value is more than just a formula; it’s a framework for...


Dec 12, 2016

Scott Alan Turner used to be a money moron. (In his words.)

He traded a Jeep for a Porsche in his 20s, purchased a 3,000 sq. ft. house with two mortgages, and bought luxury furniture on credit.

The Porsche cost him $800 per month. The house cost $200,000. The furniture? Who knows.

Scott didn't have a budget and...


Dec 5, 2016

It's the first Monday of the month, which means I'm fielding questions from the audience.

We start with a question from Nicole.

She's a new listener, and she's stuck in a confusing situation.

You see, Nicole is self-employed. She'd like to save a percentage of her income -- but she doesn't get regular paychecks. How...


Nov 28, 2016

This episode is a little different.

Instead of interviewing a guest, this podcast episode is a recording of a recent talk I gave in Equador.

The audience wanted to know more about the context surrounding the decisions I've made regarding business, investing, and money.

In other words, why I've only spent three years...