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16 Timeless Truths of Financial Freedom

No problem, I thought to myself: I just need to make more money. The next year I made $75,000. Again, my spending exceeded my income.

The more I made, the more I seemed to spend.A few years later, I was a financial adviser earning six figures. I thought I would be set, but I still couldn’t get my spending to a point where I was able to . That is, until the day I met Jim and Sue McIntyre.When Jim came into my office at age 52 to see about retiring early, I was surprised.

Jim had never made more than $55,000 a year in his life. Here I was making six figures with nothing saved.I fully expected to inform Jim and Sue they couldn’t retire early only to discover they were multimillionaires. They had two homes paid off, one they lived in and the other a .

Jim had saved more than $500,000 in his 401(k) and even more in their individual retirement account (IRA) accounts, and the couple had put their kids through . They had zero debt.That meeting was an epiphany for me. Jim and Sue had become .

I, on the other hand, appeared rich, but I was actually living paycheck to paycheck.I made the decision to shift my mindset, actions and approach to be more like the McIntyres. I have since dedicated my life’s work to helping others live and finish rich, too.I’ve written 10 consecutive New York Times best-selling books. Over a million people have gone through my programs.

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