Recently I wrote an article discussing cryptocurrency and posted it on a new social network called Steemit. This is a site that gives rewards to people who post content based on other users up-voting or interacting with the post. If people see and like your posts, you get rewarded in what’s called “Steem Dollars”. I’ve […]

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What are the dollars in your pocket? It’s paper that the government prints. This paper is called fiat currency, and this fiat currency is money that the government decides to be legal tender for us to pay for things, but it’s not backed up by any physical commodity these days. America got off the gold […]

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With the idea that women can—and should—get their own money, independent of anyone else, I’m here to say: Every woman reading this should look for someone stacking paper. Someone with a lot of dough. Ideally, they should have a Black Amex card. Ladies, get someone who makes more money than you can spend. In fact, […]

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Part of the problem with money is that most people get financial advice from those who are struggling with or who have given up on money themselves. Most of the advice we get about money is from people close to us. Some of the people you get advice from have never even thought financial freedom […]

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41% of households in the 55-64 age group have no retirement savings at all.* I ask myself why? How’s it possible, in the richest country in the world, that almost no one has any money saved? And oh, by the way, the only thing your parents ever taught you about money was to save it. […]

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According to figures published last month by the U.S. Census Bureau, earnings have declined despite today’s young people being better educated than 40 years ago. Even though more people than ever have bachelor’s degrees, 41% of men and 58% of women between the age of 25-34 make less than $30,000 a year. The ideal age […]

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Do you believe $1,000,000 would set you up for life? Never working again? Never answering to a boss or waking up for work? Some people think the answer is yes, or even think $1,000,000 is going to set them up financially to never worry about money again. The truth is, it’s really not that much […]

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How often do you hear a 59-year-old white man in a rap video? I don’t know if you’ve heard the new G-Eazy x Carnage song GUALA… it has over 8-million views on YouTube already. I come in the song at 4:03. There is explicit language, just not from me this time. When you think about […]

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There are many different rules our parents gave us as we grew up. Don’t talk to strangers, finish your food, go to college—the list could go on and on. I want to tell you today about a rule in my house that shows you where I came from, and that no matter how low you […]

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I’m in a hurry to help people. I want to help people that want to be helped—that can be helped. I want to help people that are hungry. How does the average worker ever make more than $55,000? How does the teacher, the fireman, the bartender go from middle class to wealth? If you demand […]

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If you can’t cover a month of lost income in an emergency, you’re financially fragile. Many people can’t cover a $400 emergency, let alone a full month. Are you broke? The number one thing I do is teach people how to increase their revenue. You need more cash flow. The truth is there are just […]

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Have you ever thought about a trillion dollars? It may sound unrealistic, but according to CNBC Bill Gates is going to make it a reality. That means others can do it too. How much exactly is a trillion dollars? I want to give you a little trillionaire math today and break it down so that […]

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I was once delivering a live stream to almost twenty thousand people on mistakes I made that cost me millions of dollars when my then 6-year-old daughter Sabrina walked in and asked a question about the middle class. She had heard me say the word “middle class” as I was talking and she interrupted saying […]

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I want to take you inside my place today, into my kitchen, and give you access to my fridge. It’s packed full of fresh, organic fruits and veggies. I always want as much as I want around. I hope it goes bad. If you’ve got a $5 box of blueberries going bad in your fridge, […]

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I’ve said for awhile now that the millionaire is the new middle class. More and more people are becoming millionaires—and quite frankly, a million dollars is not THAT much money anymore. This isn’t 1970; inflation has been eroding the value of the dollar for years. Sooner or later, you should lose your million-dollar virginity. Don’t […]

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