High School, Nashville, Iowa discussed on Dr. Drew Midday Live with Mike Catherwood

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Twenty four You're. Freaking house twenty. Five years old Fifty two thousand bucks? Wow that's amazing what's the house worth we'd say now we've done, some renovations probably between. Fifty and seventy but in central Iowa. That's probably not the same as Nashville so there's a lot of places How many square feet is about, twelve hundred square foot. Okay very nice very nice good starter. Home for a young couple and Oh yeah Off and we also paid for college along the way. As well we cash flow that much was that that was roughly twenty. Thousand dollars over what period of time did you do these? Two, things well we got married three, years ago and I was kind of already on the plan started the. Emergency fund I just finished college, right cash lead my way, through college and then three still had two. More years so it's been about three years from the time you've, got married you've been beaten on. The house I'm getting. Breath, school Yep. Very good and your range. Of income during that, three years we started probably sixty five and ended probably run one zero. Five. Now wow you guys do for? A, living While for. When I first started. I, was working. A minimum wage job just. Like a receptionist now, I have my own small business and I've been doing really well I'm, a, photographer I I'm an insurance underwriter Good why did it. Go you guys so how do you get this smart at twenty one. Twenty four years. We, listened to you Dave Take all the credit not really I'm so impressed we had to be. Like parents influence or, something So I, started school I got some student? Data five thousand I heard this dude on. The radio I'm like what is, this dude talking about and, so finally eventually came around. To me, I got smarter paid. That off and we kinda just, said we're going, to do this you know we both grew up I grew up. In a trailer so, you know you see what the good. The? Bad and you learn a. Lot and, I was like that's not how. My life's gonna go right and so we got married we're like, let's just do this three years we'll be. Done might. Not be the. Best house in the world but we're free now Dadgum paid for house I'll tell you that right and lucky man I'll tell you and it's going to. Go up in value and. You've already done, some renovations to it very cool breed this. Guy is listening this. Crazy man on the radio, and you. Look up decided he wants to start. Talking to, you by getting married and all? This and you're like what did you say. Well I was eighteen when I, got married to him right, out of high school so. We knew, we wanted to get. Married and we've been saving when, we were in, high school because we've been dating for about five years before we. Childhood sweetheart so yeah, I knew that we wanted to get. Married? And I wanted to get. On board, and be able to do that. So that's what we did I gotta admit I probably curse your, name a few times I'm, going with that but yeah we did it Wow you're impressive very. Cool, so what's your. Degree in marketing, and HR wow good for, you thank you guys cash, death through get married straight out of. High school and then you work your butt off you. Pay for college and. You pay, off your house A lot of pork chops I can't eat anymore Everyone should have a food that's their broke, people. Food that they never want to eat again monster that's eight are. So disgusting now I just. The smell is awful Tuna fish tuna, fish sandwiches and. I would go to work broke and they being. The refrigerator and they get soggy during the day you know soggy tuna fish sandwiches gross gross, gross. I smell tuna my net. Worth goes down now I hate it Hey pork chops will always be that way for you that's okay yeah you, gotta rope people food that's good, I like it you're not broke people anymore you're, on your way to be a multi multimillionaire oh, my, goodness. Between. The two, of you I, mean twenty four and twenty one household income of one hundred and, five not a payment in the world. And I've, learned, to work together and I mean. Fell in love. In the eighth grade my gosh. Right whatever yeah Wow Wasn't a fan of that. One Was he a fan by the? Time. You. Got out of school yes okay Is he a? Fan. Now He's how going yeah my. Son in law's. A stud. This is. Awesome very good very cool so did you, have people, cheering you on you know we've been pretty quiet about this and some people that are listening to this might not know that. We, were even on it we we don't share a ton, about kind of our finances but we've been on the plan people close to if. Not been on the plan and I mean I guess we've got a lot of motivation from this show. We've, gone to some live events books whatever wow which lab, of end did you go to we went out to Denver a couple of years ago For the smart conference yeah oh wow? The whole smart yeah that was a good one school Well. You come out. Of. There like on a rocky steroids Yeah. Yeah that's more conferences are amazing. At. Your. Age. Going in. I'm, in your marriage and everything wow wow wow you're awesome Your future so bright, unbelievable, so, what do you tell, people? The, key to getting out, of debt age, I would say it was also cool because yeah, we we've, got this. Golden right we've we've done this plan but more importantly it's given us something when we first starting marriage you know we're. Young, we don't know a lot about marriage and, it gave us something to work towards together and we were always on board obviously we had disagreements about how to do things but he got. Us on. The same? Page, in, it helped us work together as a team and do. What we considered a pretty big. Goals. Absolutely. Mode. You say I don't know I just think working. Together is. Really important Just communication, was what, we founded our relationship on early on and that's I think what really helped us get outta debt as talking to, each other and communicating when we weren't on board with something, or if we decided that we needed to. Upper spending, money which is something that argued for a. Lot but yeah he was. At first he. Was a little I was a little extreme Strike Tyler Wow then we just kept communicating and making sure we are on the same page so we can work toward the goals together while you guys have so much future ahead of. You this is amazing and you've got such a, runway. Man this is. Great, well done very. Well I'm so proud of you very well. Done we got a copy of Chris Hogan's retire inspired book for. You that is the next chapter in your story for, sure millionaire and outrageously generous as you go. Along you guys let us know how you're. Doing I want to hear the rest of the story as it unfolds you. Started so, young, I it's just going to. Be it's gonna be ten years from now where you're going to be. Unbelievable all. Right it's Tyler and Bree twenty one and twenty. Four their house and everything is bad for household income of one. Zero, five count it. Down let's say you're a debt British cream, one, two three.

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