#RichHabit Challenge: Create Multiple Streams of Income

multiple streams of income

Tom Corley, author of Rich Habits, discovered 76% of the wealthy in his study were self-made millionaires. They came from non-wealthy households (45% from middle-class and 31% from poor households). The data also showed 65% had at least three streams of income. You can read more of the itemized data in his article at http://richhabits.net/how-many-income-balls-do-you-have-in-the-air/ or listen to my…

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#RichHabit Challenge: Learn 5 New Words a Day

learn 5 new words a day

Tom Corley, author of Rich Habits, discovered the power of improving his vocabulary. He learned 5 new words a day and improved his communication skills. It also won him a compliment from a girl he liked. I shared Tom’s story in a recent episode of “No Debt, No Credit, No Problems” and am taking on…

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Tom Corley Knows the Habits of the Rich

Tom Corley announces Rich Habits audiobook coming soon

In this episode we meet Tom Corley, CPA and author of the #1 Amazon Bestseller “Rich Habits”. Tom joins me to discuss the most surprising and startling statistics from his 4-year study of rich and poor people. He also spills the beans on a BIG ANNOUNCEMENT: All his books will become audiobooks by early 2016!…

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Ex-IRS Agent, Andy Magnus, says the IRS spells “THEIRS”

taxes with andy magnus

This is Episode 2 of my new podcast, “No Debt, No Credit, No Problems”. Today I introduce a regular contributor to the show, Andy Magnus. Andy has served time with the IRS as a Regional Trainer and trained other IRS agents before the personal computer was born. He has since moved on to better things as…

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You Can Have No Debt, No Credit and NO PROBLEMS – I’m living proof!

Steve Stewart has no debt and no problems

Let me share my story with you. I am living proof that you don’t need a credit card or debt of any kinds to be creditworthy. You too can have no debt, no credit and no problems by simply paying attention – not interest!

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