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What Wealthy People Do to Create Freedom

In this Show

In this episode, Grant and Jarrod talk about creating freedom and how millennials MUST make creating wealth for themselves top priority and focus in their lives. Student loans and post college debt is enormous. Millennials are forced to return back to their parents, postpone home purchases and getting married and starting families. Grant breaks down his prediction of the economy over the next 20 years and how millennials will suffer if they do not take massive action to achieve wealth. Grant refers to college as yet another middle class trap and encourages millennals to have a defined purpose and goal before taking on such enormous debt. Grant also advises millennials to leave behind the limited thinkers holding them back in life and find people who are achieving success to be around. Jarrod stresses the importance of work ethic urging millennials to understand that it takes incredibly hard work and dedication to achieve financial freedom. They share a list from an article siting the things rich people do include:

1. Keep goals in sight.
2. Know what needs to be done and do it.
3. No time for TV
4. Read and learn.
5. Listen to audiobooks.
6. Go above and beyond at work.
7. Not hoping for luck or lottery.
8. Active and physically fit.
9. Healthy smiles.

If you’re a millennial ages 18-33 or a parent of one, watch this video then share it to help others train their “manners muscle.”

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