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"millionare" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

06:52 min | 3 months ago

"millionare" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"Today. I have two guests. My guests are kevin harrington and mark tim as an original shark on the hit. Tv show shark tank. The creator of the infomercial. Pioneer of the as seen on tv and co founding board member of the entrepreneurs organization. Kevin harrington has pushed past all the questions and excuses to repeatedly enjoy a hundred times success his legendary work behind the scenes of business ventures has produced well over five billion dollars global sales launch of more than five hundred products. And the making of dozens of millionare's twenty of his companies have each top two hundred million dollars in revenue. Martyrdom has been a serial entrepreneur an exponential thinking practitioner for almost three decades. He started more than a dozen companies. Several of which have multiplied imminent sold. They are the co authors of the great book mentor to millions. Thanks so much for joining me today. guys be here. Thank you a great to be here. Awesome so mark. I am going to start with you and ask you to share selvi. Would you think are important lessons that you learned from heaven in your mentor mentor relationship. Well kevin <hes>. Kevin was kind of the dream. Mentor for me. You know he was he. He became my guide in my own. Entrepreneurial endeavors i had had a successful business multiple businesses. But i kept topping out at a certain level and when i looked at kevin as a shark you know i'm like he's taken over. Twenty businesses dobra hundred million dollars. He could really help me to scale and so to be candid. I had to give the best pitch. This guy's heard over fifty thousand pitches. And so i went to kevin and said hey look i know your time is valuable. I know that <hes>. You've got a lot of wisdom you could share for me so if you would be my mentor. I'm gonna make this easy for you. And i'm going to become your student. And that was a pitch that he hadn't heard before thankfully and he said yes and so he became my guide in my entrepreneurial pursuits. I learned you know. Probably the two biggest things i learned was about following the eyeballs. He calls a aggressive curiosity at the short hand for that is follow the eyeballs. Where are people looking. The chances of success in business and scaling is if your business in the path of where people are looking in. So i started putting more my efforts behind commerce because as you can tell right now. We're shopping from home. That's herat and so it was perfect. Timing for me to invest in that category. Because wow my business this year. I can tell you that i'm actually on my way to my first one hundred million dollar business because of my mentorship with kevin and then he also taught me a concept about the dream team and the dream team. Here's here's the mistake. I was making and by the way so is ninety. Nine point nine percent of everybody in their business. I had this crazy notion that i was hiring people i could afford and you know. And that sounds so intuitive. And that's what we normally do. When we're growing our business. But kevin has this concept called the dream team where he told me i would rather have ten percent of the time of a cfo that could take me a hundred million dollars than one hundred ten percent of the time of a cfo. That wouldn't get passed a million and that's the concept of who you can afford often caps you out and taps you out versus putting a dream team in place sometimes which you don't even have to pay them if you incentivize them the right way but if you put a dream team in place that can take you where you need to go than likely. You're going to get there. And so i would say aggressive curiosity dream team to the biggest lessons i learned from kevin but most of all i took what i learned from kevin. I started applying it to home. I started treating family like the most valuable business in the world. And i found out that aggressive curiosity works at home and my ultimate jer. Green team is my family at home. And i started seeing results. That are beyond anything i could ever imagine at home. And that's when we wrote the book mentor to millions. That was one of the commitments. We made we teach all the lessons. That kevin taught me but we try to end every chapter with how you can take that lesson home to your most valuable business and bring them your best and your first instead of your last in your least oh my goodness i just love that and i have to say that i love this concept of aggressive curiosity because i am all about <unk>. Well you may notice that. The end i remind people to stay curious because it is so key and i love this dream team concept i get that so many people hire who they think they can afford and they miss out on who they need to get their business where they want to go so kevin. I'm assuming that you think every business owner should have a mentor. Is that a fair assumption. Absolutely i believe let's put it this way if you're a startup entrepreneur or startup business owner. You don't know what's coming up. Kobe through a lot of wrenches in a lot of businesses for many that were some of the most successful business owners were were were. It was like pulling the rug out from under them right. This is is business life. It were were throwing curveballs every single day. A thirty years ago one day my my bank shut down my merchant account and grabbed two million dollars out of my account. And i didn't know what to do. Well i got some mentors. That helped me through that. And and because i was never a finance guy and so people have different strengths and and entrepreneurs though tend to a lot of a lot of entrepreneurs her soul entrepreneurs they take pride in being the the entrepreneur to do it themselves to be their own boss. What they don't realize is that you know when they were inside that corporation with that big structure and all those people you know there was other people that were doing the things that maybe they weren't good at and so now that they're responsible for all parts of the business. It's now time to make sure that you've got the right support team as mark and i call it the dream team to help you succeed in that and a dream team can be one or two or three or some grouping of mentors and coaches that you can bring together so i think everybody needs one

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Why Having a Business Mentor is Essential to Success

Accelerate Your Business Growth

06:52 min | 3 months ago

Why Having a Business Mentor is Essential to Success

"Today. I have two guests. My guests are kevin harrington and mark tim as an original shark on the hit. Tv show shark tank. The creator of the infomercial. Pioneer of the as seen on tv and co founding board member of the entrepreneurs organization. Kevin harrington has pushed past all the questions and excuses to repeatedly enjoy a hundred times success his legendary work behind the scenes of business ventures has produced well over five billion dollars global sales launch of more than five hundred products. And the making of dozens of millionare's twenty of his companies have each top two hundred million dollars in revenue. Martyrdom has been a serial entrepreneur an exponential thinking practitioner for almost three decades. He started more than a dozen companies. Several of which have multiplied imminent sold. They are the co authors of the great book mentor to millions. Thanks so much for joining me today. guys be here. Thank you a great to be here. Awesome so mark. I am going to start with you and ask you to share selvi. Would you think are important lessons that you learned from heaven in your mentor mentor relationship. Well kevin Kevin was kind of the dream. Mentor for me. You know he was he. He became my guide in my own. Entrepreneurial endeavors i had had a successful business multiple businesses. But i kept topping out at a certain level and when i looked at kevin as a shark you know i'm like he's taken over. Twenty businesses dobra hundred million dollars. He could really help me to scale and so to be candid. I had to give the best pitch. This guy's heard over fifty thousand pitches. And so i went to kevin and said hey look i know your time is valuable. I know that You've got a lot of wisdom you could share for me so if you would be my mentor. I'm gonna make this easy for you. And i'm going to become your student. And that was a pitch that he hadn't heard before thankfully and he said yes and so he became my guide in my entrepreneurial pursuits. I learned you know. Probably the two biggest things i learned was about following the eyeballs. He calls a aggressive curiosity at the short hand for that is follow the eyeballs. Where are people looking. The chances of success in business and scaling is if your business in the path of where people are looking in. So i started putting more my efforts behind commerce because as you can tell right now. We're shopping from home. That's herat and so it was perfect. Timing for me to invest in that category. Because wow my business this year. I can tell you that i'm actually on my way to my first one hundred million dollar business because of my mentorship with kevin and then he also taught me a concept about the dream team and the dream team. Here's here's the mistake. I was making and by the way so is ninety. Nine point nine percent of everybody in their business. I had this crazy notion that i was hiring people i could afford and you know. And that sounds so intuitive. And that's what we normally do. When we're growing our business. But kevin has this concept called the dream team where he told me i would rather have ten percent of the time of a cfo that could take me a hundred million dollars than one hundred ten percent of the time of a cfo. That wouldn't get passed a million and that's the concept of who you can afford often caps you out and taps you out versus putting a dream team in place sometimes which you don't even have to pay them if you incentivize them the right way but if you put a dream team in place that can take you where you need to go than likely. You're going to get there. And so i would say aggressive curiosity dream team to the biggest lessons i learned from kevin but most of all i took what i learned from kevin. I started applying it to home. I started treating family like the most valuable business in the world. And i found out that aggressive curiosity works at home and my ultimate jer. Green team is my family at home. And i started seeing results. That are beyond anything i could ever imagine at home. And that's when we wrote the book mentor to millions. That was one of the commitments. We made we teach all the lessons. That kevin taught me but we try to end every chapter with how you can take that lesson home to your most valuable business and bring them your best and your first instead of your last in your least oh my goodness i just love that and i have to say that i love this concept of aggressive curiosity because i am all about Well you may notice that. The end i remind people to stay curious because it is so key and i love this dream team concept i get that so many people hire who they think they can afford and they miss out on who they need to get their business where they want to go so kevin. I'm assuming that you think every business owner should have a mentor. Is that a fair assumption. Absolutely i believe let's put it this way if you're a startup entrepreneur or startup business owner. You don't know what's coming up. Kobe through a lot of wrenches in a lot of businesses for many that were some of the most successful business owners were were were. It was like pulling the rug out from under them right. This is is business life. It were were throwing curveballs every single day. A thirty years ago one day my my bank shut down my merchant account and grabbed two million dollars out of my account. And i didn't know what to do. Well i got some mentors. That helped me through that. And and because i was never a finance guy and so people have different strengths and and entrepreneurs though tend to a lot of a lot of entrepreneurs her soul entrepreneurs they take pride in being the the entrepreneur to do it themselves to be their own boss. What they don't realize is that you know when they were inside that corporation with that big structure and all those people you know there was other people that were doing the things that maybe they weren't good at and so now that they're responsible for all parts of the business. It's now time to make sure that you've got the right support team as mark and i call it the dream team to help you succeed in that and a dream team can be one or two or three or some grouping of mentors and coaches that you can bring together so i think everybody needs one

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"millionare" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money

Change Lives Make Money

01:45 min | 5 months ago

"millionare" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money

"What is going on Squad? My name is Brian Martin. I'm a host to be number one podcast for online fitness coaches to want make more money change more.

How To Self-Publish A Bestseller with Anna Vocino

Entrepreneur on FIRE

09:12 min | 1 year ago

How To Self-Publish A Bestseller with Anna Vocino

"Say what's up to fire nation ensure something interesting about yourself that most people don't know was up fire nation. I you know I'm a proud member of fire nation so I feel like I'm speaking to myself as well as the rest of fire nation. So something interesting. The people will probably don't know about me is that my husband is also a comic and we started a dual stand up. Act about marriage. We started writing at two years ago. We started putting it up recently and it is insane that we that to people who've been married twenty years would put it all out there and I realized why you don't see that a lot and that's because usually comics aren't dumb enough to marry other comics and they're certainly not stupid enough to put their marriage out there on stage and make fun of each other in order to make other people feel better about their relationship. Did you make up new lyrics to I got you babe and seeing that from stage? No but I'm writing that down cutting. That'd be brilliant. We don't have any songs yet. So I think we need to explore that I love that in fire nation and as a dear friend like I said in the intro. Her new cookbook is gracing our kitchen table so every morning i get to see your smiling face when I walked downstairs to go hit my new Peleton. Yeah Meiling in ladling sleet and smiling of wasn't what I love about us. Not only do you listen entrepreneurs on fire. Have you done some really cool things in your life with comedy etc but you are totally an entrepreneur? An you've self published a bestseller. Which of course is the title of this Audio Mash Glass today? So let's talk about you self publishing a second cookbook. Like talk to us about the journey went through some of the lessons. You learn why you did it. Share with us well. I was lucky enough. The last time to be on your show to to promote eat happy. Which is the first cookbook. And then I thought I'd be super clever and call this what happy to T. O. Because who doesn't love a grammar joke I I when I published that first one. I was like I am done like I'm not going to do this again. This is insane. I felt exhausted. I felt burnt out and then I realized I needed to. I needed to keep writing recipes to update the blog because you just have to keep producing content and the thing that I've found over the years and also from doing almost twelve hundred episodes with vinny on the fitness confidential. Podcast is like we have to keep producing content. It doesn't stop you know and and so i. It's kind of like one of those things when you get in there and I start wanting to write a recipe. Well then I write another one and then I read another one then. What if I did this? What if I did that and then I realized I had like forty or fifty new recipes and so I was like all right. We need to write a one hundred more and do a second book and I thought it would be out a year sooner because I did have that one hundred percent soft moric attitude of. Oh I got this. I've already done this. I know how to do this and so I'm sure we'll get into it but like I made so many sophomoric mistakes that I didn't anticipate thinking why I've I've already got this. I know how to get back at this. You know so it was it three years later. The second one is out and here. We are and I'm writing new recipes for third one and I'm saying what are you thinking? What is wrong with you to myself? Let's let's go ahead and a couple now. What are the couple key mistakes that you made in this kind of sophomoric experience? Look back and be like Anna. What the heck were you thinking girl? I have really dialed in how to write a recipe quickly. And when you do that you have a tendency to overlook certain things so I thought that like I was like there's going to be the first round. The first book had so many Typos. It was such as I had to reformat so much stuff that now. I know how to write a recipe. It's not gonNA take nearly as long in the editing process and I was one hundred percent wrong. It took the exact same amount of time And that's because you just have to keep looking at it because every time you look at stuff we'll jump out and despite having you know four proof readers and editor and myself looking at it. So many rounds from let's say marched. Let's say six months editing process of going back and forth. It's still there is still a couple of typos that I was like. No no no so. I know I know that happens with every book and you have to forgive yourself. You know you address if people right like Hey. This thing is missing. That thing is yes. I know I'm sorry about that. Here's what here's what the instruction is. You have to kind of be easier on yourself. However I'm not very good at being easy on myself. I'm very hard on myself. Do you ever get frustrated when you hear like those songwriters like yeah. I sat down and like the lyrics came to me like fifteen minutes and I just kind of made a beat to it and you know twenty minutes later you know. I had this fill in the blank. Hit Song made them multiple Muslim. Millionare's that happens. We especially with writing been writing jokes for years and there are some jokes that just come to you right away and then there are some. That's like I'm still work shopping. Some things and there's also the same way with recipes and some recipes. Come right away like Oh this would be great and perfect now. I have a certain set of parameters to the recipes into which they have to be innocent Gino sugars grains and so some things work really easily and really quickly. And some don't and I'd say the biggest trip that I have is all all of the intro pages at the beginning of the book. I don't like writing that stuff. I like writing the recipe so I definitely have my own areas of resistance which we all do and you have to. You have to just deal with it. And by the way fire nation. That songwriter has been writing songs for like twenty years to be able to sit down and then figure that out and fifteen or twenty minutes so they've all put in the time put in the wraps to actually make that happen. And now here's a little spoiler alerts but you had an issue a situation a massive wrench through into your launch machine from a little company. Run by a little guy named Jeff bezos called Amazon. So tell us what happened. And how the heck did you keep your sanity when it did happen? Honestly I think half the hair fell out of my head and which is a woman is not well for anybody is not an exciting thing to happen was so oh no it was. It was an exercise. I don't WANNA say in futility. It was an exercise in not letting a giant corporate behemoth dictate. How you feel about yourself and what you're putting out there and I learned. I practiced every day forgiveness every day. I forgive you with you. Yeah I know I now. I know I'm not the only one to through this cause I was literally like are they punking me lake. Am I on some list? So what happened was that the books were all I. I did my work of getting the books. Presold to a certain number That I was told great. You're going to get on the best seller lists the certain vessels fine whatever great And my most importantly you WANNA do a launch your book you know. Shimmy up the Amazon numbers because then more people will see it. People who've not been exposed to your work it's a very important thing and for the second go round. I have a wonderful dedicated rabid audience so I wanted to. You know you have that as well as the new folks. So the books were delivered to Amazon. They had thousands of books sitting on their loading dock for like three weeks and they even then once they finally got checked in they were they then have to do. What's called transshipping? Which is they ship them to other warehouses to fulfill the orders so it took about a month after the release date and in the meantime the Amazon Algorithm was sending these crazy emails to to people who preordered the book saying your estimated delivery and by the way that the launch date was October first of two thousand nineteen so the they said your estimated delivery will be some time between October thirty first and January. Twenty twenty and I was like well go ahead and put January twenty twenty on my tombstone because I'll be dead by then they'll ship these books like I was like what and also it's an exercise in my child is healthy. My husband's home me my friends. I have friends I have a good life. Let's not let this be the end of the world but every single day I really Amazon but we need Amazon. Because that's the that's the main hub through which we sell most of our books now. The good thing is barnes and noble. I immediately it was like. We'll get it barnes and noble their stock there because everybody seems to think that Barnes and nobles a red headed stepchild and they are not. They're ready to sell books but they sold out immediately and then they had to restock because everybody was like well. Screw Amazon. I'm going to go over to Barnes and noble so anyway it was a big cluster mess and I And I was like I. I learned that No matter how you think like you got this. You don't necessarily got this so I. It was also an exercise in releasing attachment to outcomes. And what I did instead was deepened. My relationship with my existing fan base to manage the situation

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Disney Heiress Speaks Out About Income Inequality In 'New Yorker' Interview

NPR's Business Story of the Day

06:53 min | 1 year ago

Disney Heiress Speaks Out About Income Inequality In 'New Yorker' Interview

"What does it inheritance and a last name enable you to do Abigail? Disney has thought a lot about that. You probably recognize her last name. She's the granddaughter of Roy. o Oh Disney who co-founded the Disney company with his younger brother. Walt and Abigail says her net worth is around one hundred and forty million dollars but in a new profile in the New Yorker her magazine out today. She describes herself as an uncomfortable heiress. She's Linter name to a group of millionaires who are speaking out against rising income inequality pretty Sheila Kaul had car wrote that profile for the New Yorker and she started by telling us about a story from Abigail Disney's Childhood Abigail had very fond memories of her her grandfather. Roy Disney who co founded the company and. She said that he used to take her to the theme park when she was a child. This was a cherished memory but that they could just march to the front of any line of any ride or attraction. They wanted to go on. And of course all of the other families attending the park were standing there baking in the sun waiting their turn and she said that she felt really bad an awkward and when she pointed this out to her grandfather he said well I worked so hard all these years building this company specifically so I could do it so I could take you to the front of the line. What was the moment that she decided she was going to go from being just a shareholder? who wasn't really active in the company who wasn't particularly politically active to being someone who is going to start saying things like Disney needs to pay its employees more? What was her turning point? She was always Much more politically liberal than the rest of her family but there was a moment in two thousand eighteen when a worker at one of the Disney properties in California reached out out to her through a facebook message and told her that you know the union representing workers at the theme park had been fighting with management over a new contract act. They had been trying to negotiate a fifteen dollar minimum wage. And he said well. We're not getting any traction with the company. Can you help us. She then flew out to Anaheim and and met with a group of Disney workers. And some of these workers told her really upsetting stories about people who said that they were sleeping in their cars ars. They had become homeless. She eventually ended up making some public statements about how she felt that it was wrong for a company that was making billions of dollars in profit. And whose brand was centered around the idea of happiness and joy and family togetherness was paying so little to its workers that they were not really able to live stable middle class lives. How how did the Disney Company feel about her coming out and being critical of the company in that way the company was not happy at all about this Disney management pointed out that they feel that they take care of their workers? They provide a lot of educational opportunities and opportunities for advancement to their workers Although Bob Auger the CEO of Disney had been paid around sixty six million dollars that year which seems Lincoln Astronomical sum so they were quite outraged and of course they have their point about how many of these workers are biased or that the union has its point of view. It's trying to push. I think that Abigail feels really bad about this but she also sees her role is creating a sort of public pressure on them to reconsider some of their policies Abigail Disney belongs to group called the patriotic millionaires. This this is an interesting bunch. Who are they in? What do they want the patriotic? Millionaires is a group of wealthy Americans who are concerned about doc wealth and income inequality and who are so concerned about it that they have decided to band together and lobby for the kinds of economic policies. That you do not normally see members of that economic group lobbying for such as raising estate taxes raising taxes on the wealthy and on corporations raising Zing minimum wages and we should note that the name patriotic millionaires is not symbolic it is not a metaphor are millionaires. You have to be earning at least a million billion dollars in income or have a net worth of five million dollars to be eligible to join. The group has around two hundred ISH members. There are many more millionare's then that in the United States I guess that tells you something about the popularity or lack thereof of this group. Well I think the title of the group is a little controversial insert. Saddam were there people who find the name a little and sensational Little Garish a little tacky perhaps now the founder of the group acknowledges is that the name is a little Flashy and it makes a lot of people uncomfortable but she feels that that's exactly what gives the group its powered rich. People calling themselves patriotic millionaires just catches people's attention and they end up generating a lot of sort of free press coverage which is how they get their message out. There is a a final really interesting theme running through your story which is about what happens if the system is we. Now live it this system where we have this. Great inequality breaks down on some of the patriotic millionaires. At least one told you they're worried about a revolution like you know the working class rises is is up in the streets and we see protests like we saw in Chile or even worse based on the research you've done are we looking in the United States of America do do we need to worry about a class. War the historians and experts. I spoke to about this all pretty much agreed. We are unlikely to see a mass social uprising. They all acknowledged that inequality is it a historic sort of alarming level. But they said that the government is simply too powerful awful. I is too easy. Through technology and other means to control citizens serve the population is simply too varied and spread out. They did say however that we could continue moving in a direction that we perhaps as Americans do not want to move in where you end up with a small group of very wealthy people living in gated estates. It's having to invest in personal security. Crime could go up kidnappings and when we do see that in other countries and one historian a particular told me you you know what could happen is rich. People could be limited in their ability to enjoy their wealth they they would barely be able to leave their homes without you know a an armed guard at their side and many of the patriotic millionaires. Said this to me as well. They said this is self interest. I do not wanna live in a country like that. Do you think in the end that Abigail Disney would say that she is self interested. I think she would. She derives a lot of personal pleasure and satisfaction from this political work. That she does and she's the first to acknowledge that it makes incredibly happy and it gives her life meaning and if at the same time she can help push the country in a better direction you know she would argue. Why not why not? She'll local had car writer for the New Yorker. Thank you so much for joining us. It was great to be here thank you.

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"millionare" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"millionare" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"One of the more common success habits of millionare's has to do with how they spend their money and according to a recent Kipling's, your article, we're gonna talk about that. And just a bit. But don't you think that Donald Trump, I, of course, we've Donald Trump is going to win and twenty twenty and it won't even be close. But why is that because the economy over which the President Donald Trump is presiding is strong getting stronger. Think about this innovation is. Accelerating, not declining like it. Did during the previous administration and they have a recession before election time looks less and less likely every day, it's small wonder that Donald Trump dominates the GOP with his approval ratings. We were talking about our health tip about pickles. And, and Wade, you really like your fish sticks. Love fish sticks. Yeah, I love him more than I do pickle juice. Oh, wow. That saying now did you guys we recently went went fishing. We went Brock fishing two weeks ago. Now, did you guys cook any of your fish at not yet? I made some fish tacos the other day and they were absolutely dynamite. I am. So forbidden to cook them until my brother-in-law comes in from Phoenix. What was that going to be that's going to be in the next month man? What we might go fishing again by then. Cook them up in sufficient fishnets. With ketchup. We're not making we're not hanging around. We all know somebody like our mass transit riding Brown. Bagging co worker who has toiled in accounting for as long as you remember. Did you know that he may own a vacation home at the beach, or the family who live down the street just like yours? Wouldn't you be surprised if the had to borrow a dime. They didn't spend any borrow any money to send their kids to college. They're called the invisible, rich. Now, how did they do it money hike? That sometimes mail, sometimes it does come from an inheritance or maybe an other fortuitous break, but more often than not is the result of diligence, smart choices and well deferred gratification. The tennis that they follow can also put you on the pet to financial prosperity and security also another thing they don't spend beyond their means their discretionary spending that chic apartment frequent travel restaurant, meals consumed fancy clothes. Patsy cars. Crowds out savings that will enable you to become rich someday. This is what makes the invisible rich well invisible. They're not conspicuous about their consumption, they valued their value shoppers, whether it's for groceries or college or anything else. The also by used putting for you to use the first long as they can as long as they still do the job. Meanwhile they put the money that they have saved instead of buying shiny, new things, they put their money to work, earning interest, and dividends millionaires. Don't spend beyond their means. And I mean, they have a lot of means, but they still make sure that they keep a lot of their money. Right. But I think there aren't they aren't denying themselves pleasures of life. Rather just crystal clear on exactly what matters most to them, which is what they spend their money on and with doesn't matter as much as what they save money on living financially stress free life can mean different things to different people. But to me, it's knowing that you can do the things that you love doing without the worry. When you have that financial confidence in never want to lose it, you know, if that sounds good to you..

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"millionare" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"millionare" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"You're doing great, man. Okay. Well, here's what we teach. And then more importantly, why we teach it. Okay. What we teach is a thing called the baby steps where you're debt free everything. But the house and have an emergency fund. That's one two and three you've done that. Then we suggest that baby step four that you start investing in retirement. Fifteen percent of your household income. Are you doing that? Yeah. So you got you got twenty twenty five thousand dollars going into retirement accounts of your two thousand bucks a month. But that ten percent my 4._0._1._K and then about another ten percent just goes into savings. Okay. But it's not going into retirement. Yeah. Denver since going into the your tires we suggest I'm just trying to clarify where you were on. What we teach. And then I'll go back to walk. Okay. So fifteen percent of your income going into retirement is what we would recommend. And so that would mean you would put ten percent your 4._0._1._K and five percent more into Roth IRA's in good mutual funds, and your 4._0._1._K you being good mutual funds. That's baby step four five is kids college. Do you have kids do and you need site for their college? Right, right. Is there something independent what we've talked about that's covering that that I don't know about. And you had five twenty nine plans. How much does? About seventy five between the two of them and their Howell. The kids. Five eight entice you got a really good start there. Good. So that's we can kind of check that box and use keep adding you've been adding systematically to that sounds like and you keep doing that six pay off the house early. So above fifteen percent going into retirement and above kids college check, we would say though, everything at the house, which is the ninety thousand dollars. That's in discussion here unless you don't have an emergency fund. If you do don't we'd use some of the ninety thousand for that. And though the rest at the mortgage. Why would I do that? Okay. In the reason is very simple as we've studied millionaires over the last twenty five years, and we just completed the largest study of millionare's over done over ten thousand of them. We find to start with that somewhere in the neighborhood. Seventy nine percent inherited nothing and somewhere in the neighborhood of ninety percent inherited not enough to make the millionaires. So ninety percent of. Millionaires. In other words, are not millionaires because of inherited money, but because of their habits, and what they do with their money and the two primary things we see that those habits that caused them to be successful, meaning hitting a million dollar net worth and above is the primary initial levels of wealth, the first Megan or two million is four oh one K and paid for house. Now, the paid for house not only is going up in value and stabilizes, but we do not find them saying I'm going to borrow as much three and a half percent money as I can borrow because I can invest it and make a better rate of return. We do not find them doing that. We find them getting the house paid off and using the increased cash flow of not having a house payment to then go bananas on their investing and their 4._0._1._K's and non 4._0._1._K investing starts to go through the roof. But if we fast forward, your situation like five to seven years, and you're sitting in this house by then it's worth seven hundred and by then you'd have five hundred in your 4._0._1._K's, probably seven hundred and your 4._0._1._K's you'd have about a million and a half NetWorth million seven net worth of which seven hundred thousand is your house. You would be typical in the case study that we've done you'd be a typical case study of the Representative statistically. Of the typical millionaire. If however you didn't pay off the house, you might still reach millionaire status, but you would be very unusual among that group. So the data points tell us that the millionaires are paying their house..

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"millionare" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"millionare" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"The signal you wanna be middle class the rest of your life because all the data points of millionare's, tell us they don't borrow money to buy cars and haven't in several decades when I ask millionaires what the biggest financial mistake, they ever made was they said we bought a new car on payments one time when we were stupid, and that's and we quit doing that Steiner stuff. And that's when we became millionaires when we disclose ten thousand of them. That's what they said as opposed to hard head in his opinion. So what do you do? I don't know. I don't know how you deal with hard headed exactly except possibly to if he's threatening that you need to go your separate ways because you won't go along with financing a car, then that says that your relationship comes down to him controlling your decisions that ain't much of a relationship. And that says that you need to be in marriage counseling to me. That's what I needed to hear cause heart head is. You know, he's pretty much don't be his way or the highway. It says what are you saying you're gonna go along with my stupidity. And if you don't go along with that, I'm the man of the house, then you're not a good Christian wife, and we need to go our separate ways. That's what's that's what's floating in the air. And this conversation my missing something from. I think I need to hear it. That's what I was thinking as well. I was not sure at what point do I just, you know, off suggestion you injure marriage over a car payment. This is really not about a car payment. This is about control. Okay. This is about who's going to control things, and he's gonna it's my way or the highway. So what's next if you go along with this? When what's the next thing you have to go along with and the next thing you have to go along with against wisdom say this is not how proper relationship functions. And so I can guarantee you that if Sharon Ramsey polls that same kind of crap she and are going toe to toe and she can fight. She's a hillbilly woman. She knows how to fight and vice versa. If I'm doing something, you know that she doesn't go along with we go toe to toe. Now, we don't do it very often. We've been married longtime. We figured out how not act that way. But we do not make major decisions in our lives unless both of us are in agreement. Now, there's some things that she wants to do. She goes into them. And I'm okay with that. And we talk about that. I have no desire to do that. You wanna do that head off go to that's fine. But it's not borrowing money on a car it. It's you know, who you're going to lunch with or who you wanna go to dinner with or whatever I'm happy to not do that you had on and that works out fine. But major decisions like buying a piece of real estate making a major charitable contribution a decision like that. If both of us are not in agreement. We just don't do it. Until we have agreement about it. We do not move forward proactively on financial in life decisions of size. And I've learned I make a lot more money that way proverbs thirty one says who can find a virtuous wife for her worth is far above rubies, the heart of her husband's safely trust her. In wait for the financial part. Here's what it says. And he will have no lack of gain. So men if you're married to a virtuous woman. And if you're married to a virtuous woman, usually she doesn't have to tell you she's virtuous that's part of being virtuous. She doesn't think she's the Holy Spirit that's part of being virtuous. But if you're married to a virtuous woman that has an opinion, you will have no lack of gain when you go along with that. And that's not caving, and that's not being a worst. And that's not not being a man that's not, you know, being hin pact or whatever that's just getting along in relationships. Properly and listening to each other the preacher set and now you are one..

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"millionare" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"millionare" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Means you're probably on your way to being an everyday millionaire. Bestselling book, maybe without a doubt number one bestselling author. Chris HOGAN joins me and the midst of the everyday millionaire tour we will be doing a smart money live event tonight in Los Angeles Irvine at Mariners church and excited about that. Chris you've been doing media all morning third week of the book tour are you running out of gas? Dave I am motivated and I'm wired up and fired up. The people have been fantastic at the book signings out out on the road as I'm meeting them and talking with them. I am ready to keep it rolling time to go. Well, when you meet folks that are winning and are encouraged to go win. It keeps your energy level up done. It really does meeting was sad people all day long every day. You would be sad and ready to go home. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. But the media people have been fantastic the radio people have been fantastic people are excited about this message. Dave, I really feel like that. We are going to give America really a shot in the arm of really looking at denting of hey, we can control our future. We get to make decisions people. Nobody gets the tell me your limit meet with what I can do when I'm armed with the right information. And I have the right attitude. Absolutely. And, you know, people want to believe that it's possible. They want to believe they live in a country and in an economy where if they took action that they could have a positive result. But they've been told for so long that America's so broken an America doesn't work anymore for the little man in America needs to be socialist in America needs to be this America. There's there's this whole drumbeat of negative mythology. And honestly, I call it mythology. But what is this lies? You've been lied to America. We know. That because Chris and our team did the largest research project of millionare's actual millionaires people that are both Dave followers, and people that have never heard of Dave Ramsey from what we call white space, very carefully done button up research, the research technique is well, it really cannot be criticized. It's perfect. It's airtight. And we were very careful because we knew people have an agenda, sadly to destroy hope out there. And so the part of the fun of this book is to get to do battle with that. Yeah. No. We want people to know the reality we want you to see at read the stories of people that had to overcome some obstacles, they had some some situations in their life. There's a gentleman in here that that we talked to one of the millionaires that was homeless Dave for period of time. But all of these millionaires, it's not an accident. You know, they made a decision. They started moving in a direction for themselves, and they were able to do it. Now. There was no easy button. There was no magic pill formula they had to do some hard work, and they had to work overtime. But Dave what I love is that they kept their site on the goal. You know, they didn't allow anything to deter them or cause them to move away from what they were trying to accomplish. And they were enjoying their lives in the process, and we found that there are millionaires of every race every creed. Color, national origin, southern northern even California people. I mean. We have to you California people since we're over here. But yeah, seriously. I mean, everybody, I it's it's amazing different people had different obstacles to overcome. But they did. Yeah. And we got our own little baby to rock here with that stuff. But, but you know, the question is can it be done and based on? Well, I mean, here's a Hispanic guy. Jose says I drive a ten year old Mazda c x nine has almost two hundred thousand miles on it. And of all the cars we purchased in the past ten years have, and they all have all the cars we purchased the past ten years have all been used cars when we purchase them in cash. Hispanic guy, millionaire one of the guys we interviewed. And that's where he did. He didn't go. Well, all Hispanics have to have a new car. Yeah. I mean, that's a Hispanic disease or something, right? It's not a Hispanic disease black disease, not a white disease. It's a new car disease. That's exactly right. And that's called given up your money and your your wealth-building potential disease. So again, you know, like, you said we've all had obstacles we've all had some challenges, but we get a chance in this country to decide we get a chance to to make a decision to plug in for information. That's going to help you get there. And we get a chance to do it. We have an incredible opportunity in front of us. And again that mindset Dave one of the things that that are looked at in the with the the millionaire is one of the stats. It was huge ninety two percents of the millionaires stick to a long term plan for their money. Well, there you go our magin that ninety two percents of people who get to Florida had a mouse. They didn't wander down there and go where's Arizona when I'm in Florida. I'm you know, you have a plan direction and you follow the map that. Well, there you go. You know, ninety two percent of people that get in great shape. Have a plan. Ninety percent of people that run a marathon had a training plan. Yes. They didn't just wake up one morning. I'm gonna go run a marathon people do that. But they end up in the hospital. You know, that's not how life works and that just no shock to me. So Chris at a book signing here in Los Angeles last night tonight, and I will be doing the smart money live event at Mariners church here in Irvine. And then now those of you up in the San Jose San Francisco area tomorrow night Wednesday night, the twenty third at six o'clock Barnes and noble at Stevens creek boulevard. Chris will be giving away courtesy of the Smartvestor folks up thousand dollars beheaded it out there that night, Dave. And so now you have to be present to win. But you don't have to purchase a book. To win purchase anything. No, don't buy anything just need to be there and be present when we draw. Now, we want to sell you a book though, I would love for you. I really would. But we're going to have fun. You know, the opportunity to do a little bit of QNA there to talk to be able to meet you, and Dave I've got people coming up to me telling me that they're in everyday millionaire. Yeah. No. Already become a thing. It has become that you can see in their eyes, and they walk up, and they lean in and they say, hey, HOGAN, I'm one of those everyday millionaires, and I just smile, and then how'd you do it? My 4._0._1._K state bet. Yeah. We'll put money in my Roth IRA. I mean, should I almost mumble? I love it. Okay. It'll be a Sacramento on Thursday night at the Barnes and noble at Arden fair giving away a thousand dollars there on Friday Seattle heading that way at the Barnes and noble there at Northgate thousand dollars given away at each of those and that is the three final stops on the book tour so third week of the book tour, he's been going crazy. We've all been going crazy run run all over the nation. Seeing you guys. This is the California legs. So San Jose Wednesday night. Stevens creek Barnes and noble. And of course, the Sacramento store Barnes and noble Arden fair on Thursday night, Friday night, Seattle Barnes and noble at Northgate. Each time. We're giving away a thousand dollars. No purchase necessary. Must be present. We must be eighteen years old earlier, you know, the laws on that stuff. So and just come out you're going to enjoy being around people who are positive people who think they can win. We're going to give we're gonna show you a booklet Chris ride his name in the front of it, which makes it worth more. I think and showing on EBay for probably a dollar less than you paid for. And. Well, it's all defaced.

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"millionare" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"millionare" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Probably on your way to being an everyday millionaire. Bestselling book baby without a doubt number one bestselling author. Chris HOGAN joins me and the midst of the everyday millionaire tour we will be doing a smart money live event tonight in Los Angeles, Irvine Mariner's church and excited about that. Chris you've been doing media all morning third week of the book tour are you running out of gas? No, Dave, I am motivated and I'm wired up and fired up that people have been fantastic at the book signings out out on the road as I'm meeting them and talking with them. I am ready to keep it rolling Tom to go. Well, when you meet folks that are winning and are encouraged to go win. It keeps your energy level. I've done it, really. Does meeting was sad people all day long every day. You would be sad and ready to go home. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. But the media people have been fantastic the radio people have been fantastic people are excited about this message. Dave, I really feel like that. We are going to give America really a shot in the arm of really looking an identifying of hey, we can control our future. We get to make decisions people. Nobody gets the tell me your limit me with what I can do when I'm armed with the right information. And I have the right attitude. Absolutely. And, you know, people want to believe that it's possible. They want to believe they live in a country and in an economy where if they took action that they could have a positive result. But they've been told for so long that it that America's so broken in America doesn't work anymore for the little man and America needs to be socialist in America needs to be this America. There's this. There's this whole drumbeat of negative mythology. And honestly, I call it mythology. But what is this lies? You've been lied to America. We know. Oh that because Chris and our team did the largest research project of millionare's actual millionaires people that are both Dave Ramsey, followers, and people that have never heard of Dave Ramsey from what we call white space, very carefully done button up research, the research technique is well, it really cannot be criticized. It's perfect. It's airtight. And we were very careful because we knew people have an agenda, sadly to destroy hope out there. And so that part of the fun of this book is to get to do battle with that. Yeah. No. We want people to know the reality we want you to see at read the stories of people that had to overcome some obstacles, they had some some situations in their life. There's a gentleman in here that that we talked to one of the millionaires that was homeless Dave for a period of time. But all of these millionaires, it's not an accident. You know, they made a decision. They started moving in a direction for themselves, and they were able to do it. Now. There was no easy button. There was no magic pill a formula. They had to do some hard work and they had to work overtime. But Dave what I love is that they kept their site on the goal. You know, they didn't allow anything to deter them or caused them to move away from what they were trying to accomplish. And they were enjoying their lives in the process, and we found that there are millionaires of every race every creed. Color, national origin, southern northern even California people. I mean. We have to mess with you California people since we're over here. But yeah, seriously. I mean, everybody, I it's it's amazing different people had different obstacles to overcome. But they did. Yeah. And we've each got our own little baby to rock here out of that stuff. But, but you know, the question is can it be done and based on? Well, I mean, here's a Hispanic Jose says I drive a ten year old Mazda c x nine has almost two hundred thousand miles on it. And of all the cars we purchased in the past ten years have, and they all have all the cars we purchased the past ten years have all been used cars when we purchase them in cash. Hispanic guy, millionaire one of the guys we interviewed. Yeah. And that's where he did. He didn't go. Well, all Hispanics have to have a new car. Yeah. I mean, that's a Hispanic disease or something, right? It's not a Hispanic disease, not a black disease, not a white disease. It's a new car disease. That's exactly right. And that's called given up your money and your your wealth-building potential disease. So again, you know, like you said, Dave we've all had obstacles we've all had some challenges. But we get a chance in this country to decide we get a chance to to make a decision to plug in for information. That's going to help you get there. And we get a chance to do it. We have an incredible opportunity in front of us. And again that mindset Dave one of the things that that are looked at in the with the millionaires one of the stats. It was huge ninety two percent of the millionaires stick to a long term plan for their money. Well, there you go imagine that ninety two percent of the people that get to Florida had a mouse. They didn't wander down there and go where's Arizona winter. I'm in Florida. I'm you know, you have a plan you have a direction and you follow the map that. Well. There you go, you know, ninety two percents people that get in great shape. Have a plan ninety percent of people that run a marathon had a training plan. Yes. They didn't just wake up one morning. I'm gonna go run a marathon people do that. But they end up in the hospital. You know, that's not how life works and that just no shock to me. So Kristen a book signing here in Los Angeles last night tonight, and I will be doing the smart money live event at Mariners church here in Irvine. And then now those of you up in the San Jose San Francisco area tomorrow night Wednesday night, the twenty third at six o'clock Barnes and noble at Stevens creek boulevard. Chris will be giving away courtesy of the Smartvestor folks up thousand dollars be handed out there that night, Dave. And so now you do have to be present to win. But you don't have to purchase a book. To win purchase anything. No, don't buy anything just need to be there and be present when we draw. Now, we want to sell you a book. I would love you. I really would. But we're going to have fun. You know, the opportunity to do a little bit of QNA there to talk to be able to meet you, and Dave I've got people coming up to me telling me that they're in everyday millionaire. Yeah. You know? Thing it has become at that. You can see in their eyes and they walk up, and they lean in and they say, hey, HOGAN. I'm one of those everyday millionaires. And I just smile, and how'd you do it? My 4._0._1._K interstate outta debt and put money in my Roth IRA, I mean, should I almost mumble? I love it. Okay. It'd be a Sacramento on Thursday night at the Barnes and noble at Arden fair giving away thousand dollars there on Friday Seattle heading that way at the Barnes and noble there at Northgate thousand dollars given away at each of those and that is the three final stops on the book tour so third week of the book tour, he's been going crazy. We've all been going crazy run around all over the nation. Seeing you guys. This is the California legs. So San Jose Wednesday night. Stevens creek Barnes and noble. And of course, the Sacramento store Barnes and noble Arden fair on Thursday night, Friday night, Seattle Barnes and noble at Northgate. Each time. We're giving away a thousand dollars. No purchase necessary. Must be present. We must be eighteen years old earlier, you know, the laws on that stuff. So and just come out you're going to enjoy being around people who are positive people who think they can win. We're going to we're going to show you a booklet Chris ride his name in front of it. Which makes it worth more. I think and selling on EBay for probably a dollar less than you paid for. And. Well, it's all defaced and all marked.

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Millionaires tend to have these 5 characteristics in common

Bucket Strategy Investing

01:27 min | 2 years ago

Millionaires tend to have these 5 characteristics in common

"Tend to have five characteristics in common. That's according to financial expert in New York Times bestselling author. Chris HOGAN HOGAN is author of a new book titled everyday millionaires. Now four that book HOGAN went and sat down with ten thousand millionaires and talk to them about how they accumulated their wealth. One of the key findings was that all millionaires ended up being debt free through hard work, HOGAN explains getting out of debt is going to be that first of all whatever your income gets to stay with you and go or for you. I e n it's a much better plan than going off to someone else. Want people to attack their debt, and I'm talking about credit cards student loans. Carlos. Claim for that is to make a list of all the biggest write it down on paper. Look at it. And I watch attack the little ones I while making minimum payments on all the rest and throw everything, but the kitchen sink up that little bit you'll move onto the next one what you paid off. So getting yourself out of death getting yourself in control with learning. The skills of budgeting. We have a fantastic budgeting tool called every dollar Bank. Go to everydollar dot com and learn how to watch it for free and people to save. I want them to get a three to six month emergency funds set aside. So when the car breaks down or life happens they have money to reach to instead of begging for more debt and that finally investing. That's the best way to grow your money time and compound interest allow your money to grow HOGAN, also noted only twenty one percent of millionare's received any inheritance

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"millionare" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:53 min | 2 years ago

"millionare" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Financing, primarily Mr Mayor speak to value captured, but I wanna start with positive so Alan your points, really well taken which is we should be talking right now about all the options for fixing the subways fixing the buses and keep telling people say at Brian a hundred times before now between now and April first April first is the day of decision April. First nineteen is the day that the future the MTA. We'll be tied one way or another. That is one of the state budget will be passed that is to lock in the big decisions that can only come from the state on the future the MTA. Now, I there's a bunch of ideas on the table. I think value capture is the worst idea. There's there's millionare's tax which I have promoted which I think is the single, Sarah. Most progressive by definition, progressive taxation taxes on millionaires and billionaires in New York City. So that the rest of us can get around. It's sustainable the money is there that's the number one option in my view, a lot of people believe in congestion pricing, and I see the virtues, and I also have real concerns. I'd like to see addressed it. I have not seen address of the plan so far, but congestion pricing is obviously a real potential part of the solution. Then their ideas like you just saw the other day. I think it was Melissa Mark Viverito talked about all the proceeds that could come from the legalization of marijuana. That's a whole new revenue source, and where is that revenue source going to be devoted perfectly fair option to discuss all of that will come together April. First everyone who cares about the MTA the subways the buses should be focused attention on Albany. All these X four months to force a solution. Captures the worst idea. I'll tell you why it takes away revenue that New York City uses right now to pay for schools. Police fire parks sanitation that money is already locked in to our budget and to our future budget potential to do the things that people demand to me every time I have a town hall meeting literally dozens and dozens of new things people want us to spend money on. We need the revenue that comes from the existing mass transit any new mass transit to allow us to pay for those things so value capture it takes money out of the New York City budget and away from the services, we provide our people, I think that's the worst of all ideas. Two quick follow followups if New York state does legalized recreational marijuana would you like to see the tax revenue dedicated to the MTA or might not be the best use of it? In your opinion. I'm gonna come forward soon with my sense of some of the things that we have to address before legal. Station can occur. I think there are a number of different ideas on the table about what could be done with the revenue not going to say today should be one or the other. But there will be meaningful revenue about I wanna be clear on marijuana. I think this has been under disgust. We need to get the regulatory framework, right? From the beginning. There are real safety issues real health issues. There's huge issues of how we stop corporate America from taking over the marijuana industry in this state and doing exactly what the tobacco industry did doing exactly what the pharmaceutical manufacturers did with opioids and pushing a product and doing in a in a very corporate manner would no regard for communities and no economic empowerment of communities. We before we jump. We have a chance to get this. Right. And I'm going to be speaking to that in the coming weeks and the other follow up the head of New York City transit Andy Byford seems to be at odds with the Manhattan d a and NYPD on fair of Asian Byford says listening the penalty is. Resulting in much more turnstile jumping at an unacceptable price tag, which could contribute to fare hikes and service cuts. Do you have a side on this? Yeah. I do the the criminal Justice reform element here. I believe the NYPD believes that we can achieve the goal of stopping fare evasion. Were discouraging vision with an approach that didn't Volve much less arrest we've been reducing the number of arrests. We have been using much more of a deterrent approach. It's a fairly new policy. So I think it's kind of early to judge it entirely, but the bottom line is every time an officer does not arrest someone for Asian gives them a summons. Instead the officer stays on their post as a preventative measure to stop other ferry Beijing. So we think this is much more enlightened approach to policing. It's also good criminal Justice reform. What there are there are times when arrest is appropriate. And and there's some differences that the. NYPD the DA have on that. And I agree with them. Why PD's concerns, but I don't agree with Mr. Byford? I at a lot of respect for him. I don't agree with his core assessment. There are other reasons why the revenue of the MTA maybe going down, including the problems MTA. And I think it's important. We know this is an agency that has not been well run. We know that increasingly the trains have been not been running on time effectively and people are more and more discouraged by that. I that's the first thing to look at as why revenue might be going down a ridership. I'd be going down by in terms of fair evasion. We believe this approach will ultimately be more preventative but also aligned to the values. We have about criminal Justice reform from a listener via Twitter that says please ask the mayor what his response is to Monday's near a city council hearing, featuring testimony by kids who have been deprived of equal access to school sports. Why does New York City follows state mandates on deeply flawed tests and not on? Physical education, and I'll add to the listener's question that I I've seen this described as disproportionately depriving kids of color to school sports. I did not see what came out of that hearing. I wanna be straightforward. I care deeply about this issue in terms of first physical education, and I want to separate the two concepts because I'm not a hundred percent clear what out of the hearing in terms of physical education. It is a very true statement that for decades the city of New York and department education did not with up to the state mandate. And we in fact in the last two years have put in place to plan and the funding to provide physical education truly in every school in New York City over the coming years where every school either would have its own standalone. Jim that's a functional usable Jim for the size of the school, or we would build a new one in or around the school or we would lease space in a building nearby to provide it because it's crazy. I look as a public school parent for many many years. I could tell you that if your kids don't get exercise now is not good for their development. It's not good for their learning. So we're adamantly going to fix that problem. We have the plans in the money in place. On sports teams. I don't know what the critique is. But I'd be happy to come back for next week show. And and have more to say, okay. Let's do that. I'm sure it was hard for you this week to read the New York Times story called New York's vanishing there, which said you've been spending less and less time at city hall only nine or ten days a month the last two years compared to nineteen days a month in your first year in office, and that you rarely meet with many of your commissioners, making it hard for many of them to advance new ideas or inform you about problems, they're dealing with the article said where have you been a horribly inaccurate and unfair article. Unfortunately, I think the thesis was written before the facts were gathered if you talk to the people work in my administration, they would say it doesn't matter. Whether I'm at Gracie mansion or city hall or the city hall in your borough program, which is one of the things that's kind of amazing was left out of the article in twenty seven. Eighteen and twenty eighteen we took city hall out to each of the boroughs to work with the grass roots more. We literally five five full working days went to one borough relocated, all the senior staff at city hall, all of my activities to different borough. We did that in twenty seventeen twenty eighteen guess what that reduces the number of days in city hall because you're out in communities. There was an election year in the middle of that obviously in the election, you go out to communities, I've done fifty eight town hall meetings. But then you're times with all due respect to them, which I have often felt pays more attention to Philly concerns. The neighborhood concerns does not look at this. From the perspective of all the time. I spend out in communities and all the time I spend making decisions on a host of issues, but I do it through deputy mayor's. That's the organizational structure we've come up with. I have three hundred eighty thousand employees in the ninety billion dollars annual operating budget CEO of them, very large complex entity my decision from the. Beginning was to run things through deputy mayor's. I talked to commissioners all the time on a host issues, but it's not a free market where commissioners come in regularly and pitch their ideas. That's not how we do.

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"millionare" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"millionare" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Member. Actually, my wife is use her account. But. So so when I'm on there, I do shop around like you're talking about a fairly responsible guy with money. I'm a multimillionaire stuff teaches worked for me. And so. The bottom line is is that behavior in your in the way, you handle payments does affect your spending patterns over the course of your life over the course of a year again an individual transaction. Maybe not and to your point some people are more disciplined than others. But the concept is simply this the credit card is the cigarette of the financial world. There's no upside the using it only downsides is it gonna kill everyone. No. But it kills a bunch of people. Financially speaking. So why why handle snakes why why you know, rattlesnakes don't always kill you? When you pick them up, but most of them will or there's a good chance. You know? There's a better chance you're gonna get bit. If you fool with them than if you don't fool with them that kind of thing. And so that's what it comes down to. And really what it comes down to is not studying your feelings or your opinions. It say, let's talk to wealthy people who have built wealth starting from nothing and ask them what they do with their payment structure. And here's the stairs. What we just finished the largest study of millionare's ever done. And what we found in talking to the millionaires is they pay cash for everything. Some of them have a credit card and pay it off every month like you're talking about. But none of them carry consumer debt of any kind ever. They don't carry car debt. They don't carry credit card debt don't carry any debt of anything else. And so. I appreciate your opinion, Brian, but you're just wrong. That's what it comes down to uterus wrong. And there's no possible way that we would ever tell anyone to use a credit card because it doesn't cause them to win. It only has downside. Not upside. I'm not gonna tell you to drive drunk. You might get away with it. But you might kill yourself or kill somebody else. I'm not gonna tell you to smoke cigarettes. You might be my great grandmother and dive ninety of something else. But it very likely it'll kill you. It's proven thing. It's.

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"millionare" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:05 min | 2 years ago

"millionare" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Of the great experts in American politics. John fund John fund is national affairs columnist for national review. Online senior editor at the American spectator. So John should my how many listeners who are Republican react to yesterday. Probably with a sigh of relief. It could have been a whole lot worse. Given what the polls have been showing for months and being credible amount of money that was spent on this election. I think the most interesting dog that didn't bark quote. The Sherlock Holmes story was do you realize damage? This was the first election in our memory that the media didn't complain about too much money being spent on politics. What a great point John. From billionaire, Michael Bloomberg. Right. So by the way, in in in regard with regard to that is. And then for that matter the last election two years ago. Do we overestimate the importance of money in elections? Yes. Because there's so many ads in racists, where the most money is spent a lot of people just tune it out. In other words, they reach a saturation point. And then simply say all these ads are just lying. I I'm not going to spend the time figuring out which one is which. Yes. Which seemed to suggest that I mean, the style money the Bloomberg money that went into it. The the wealthy class. Is there anybody that you knew who in the wealthy class the coke brothers? I understand. But the wealthy class seems to be overwhelmingly democrat is that fair to say. The wealthy class that has the money that they're willing to spend because they know they're not going to get social appropriate social criticism, right? The reason why the coke brothers are pretty much off to their own along. With Sheldon Adelson is. The most critical public companies would never do that private billionaires will do happen because they favorite climate change. Regulation. Because they favour aboard favor. You know, drug legalization in prison reform, and all of these other things, they know they're not going to be criticized in the media. They're running into a machine gun fire. And I think there are a lot of people who are simply, you know. I got my money going to spend it to try to save my country. But I'm going to be criticized as being some kind of a monster. Thank you the last meeting millionare's. Attacked by people on the radio. I mean, they're not going to be criticized mainstream media. That's right. So in light of all of that, you said it could have been a lot worse. So give us a plausible, not not a can apocalyptic a plausible worse scenario. Well, the. Not Asian that ridiculous. Absurd. Frightening. Brett cavenaugh mugging. Not done that. I think we could have seen Senate seats lost like in Arizona, which was very very close. But I can Florida which was very very close. That would have brought the Republicans down to fifty one hundred fifty seats, even maybe even more maybe another loss somewhere else. So I think that was a couple of escape. The house. If you look at the very very closest races. The Republicans probably are leading two out of three of both close races. You know? That's luck of the draw. Governors governors who survived that very very tight races such as Georgia. Florida Iowa both were largely forgotten local issues more a little bit more than. Congressional Republicans have lost Florida, which is the largest state. It would have been a catastrophe. But they didn't that's interesting. So here this is out of no if you could even answer, but you're the guy would like to ask this of do you think there are five or three or one democratic Senator who says to his or her spouse, maybe we shouldn't of humiliated cavenaugh? Well, I have talked to Republican senators who have that conversation with some Democrats in the cloakroom or off campus. And yes, they know what they did was wrong. But who's going to admit it, and anyone who would admit it would be the ostracized and drummed out of the democratic caucus. Hold on their hold on their John fund is my guest will be back in a moment. Blink home security is a phenomenal product inexpensive. No contracts runs on double A batteries. But what could do could save your home? Simple as that. You put these cameras up. They're very simple to do you hook it up to your smartphone. You you can be in Zambia as I was by the way broadcast the show from Zambia. And you you will know you can be alerted that there is somebody at your front porch. Okay. That's pretty good. The issue with Bert home burglaries to prevent them. Not to have the police. Come after it's been burglarized. Visit blinkprotect dot com slash Dennis. They started less than one hundred dollars. No, contracts or subscriptions, blink protect dot com slash Dennis. And blink is an Amazon company. Blinkprotect dot com slash Dennis..

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"millionare" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"millionare" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Stay up to date with CBS and NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD. We get this study, Chris HOGAN and our team and an outside firm that we hired conduct in structure. The research study of millionare's we ended up studying over ten thousand millionaires it is the largest study of millionare's ever done in North America. And we studied them to find out where they come from who they are to see what's possible. So many people believe now that all wealth is inherited. And that it's a matter of privilege of some kind, and what we actually found was that that's mythology. Well over ninety percent of millionaires are not millionaires because they inherited money. Now, we knew this from talking to every day millionaires on this show. But we didn't want to talk to just Dave Ramsey tried people. So we talked to people who never heard of me millionaires that had never heard of me, thousands and thousands and thousands of them. And then we talked to thousands and thousands of our millionaires and oddly enough, the data was not significantly different. And the statistical evidence of this is so solid and the research project is so ironclad tight that those of you that disagree with these findings are what's known as wrong. It's exciting. We put it in a book called every day millionaires that Chris HOGAN wrote how ordinary people built extraordinary wealth and how you can too. You've got to read this book on how to be a millionaire. It's very very cool. It's twenty dollars. It comes out in January.

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"millionare" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"millionare" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"The the vast majority of black people in this country is based upon white people who risk their lives just to do the right thing to make the playing field equal and balance. So we always talk about the negative. But what about the positive, how many black athletes of millionare's because of those fans white friends that go to those games. The NBA, the National Football League's those organizations would be out of business were natural for people of. But white people that go to those games. And support, those teams so we have to give credit to the positive aspect of what people do And stopped going to the negative I He's not woken. Up And that's the thing then is it national news if LeBron James said something? Bad, about the president yes we've seen it play out a guy that's been a civil rights activists for years running backs of. All time says this. You, see, this, anywhere? Well FOX obviously right outside of that, anyone talking about this And that he. The reason, why he. Doesn't support protests we should never done a flag and national anthem we should always be American's first? And, we should work our butts off to do the right thing and make it a better country but not respects your flag. And United semi anthem. Is, something, that, I? Would never do Jim Brown not walk That's. What we're, finding out Need a lot of people are.

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"millionare" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"millionare" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Largest study of millionare's ever done over ten thousand millionaires and one of the common themes we found among millionaires not among your brother-in-law. We didn't survey you wrote brother-in-law we are millionaires was this idea that getting out of that was a precursor, it was a prerequisite. Remember those classes you had to take so that you can take the other clashes, the pre wreck to building wealth really is. And I'm, I'm so excited you all we surveyed over ten thousand millionaires to begin to find out what do they really do. What are the truth behind where they are and Dave's, right, getting out of debt as one of those big big keys. But I want people to understand you've got the power to do extremely things. If you follow the process, you have to follow a plan that actually works and Dave, I love for years. You've been talking about your broke brother-in-law or don't listen to this person or that person follow someone that's done it, and you've done it and you've been showing people how to do it for many years. So I'm very excited to introduce my brand new book everyday millionaires how ordinary people built extrordinary wealth and how you can't to. In my book, you're gonna figure out the exact plan. You're going to understand the steps and you're gonna figure this out that building wealth has nothing nothing to do with your income level and it has nothing to do with your background. It has to deal with the plan. You see millionaires live on less than make they avoid debt. They're disciplined, they're responsible and they inves-. So whether on baby step one or four or beyond, no matter what your money looks like today, you can become a millionaire. The American dream..

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"millionare" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"millionare" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Okay i know just temporary temporarily embarrassed millionare's sort of fisher yeah but i think at least with jerez at least it's like reshow alger did say you'd be sitting there like it's like at least if you're buying into that you shouldn't be like you should be out attempting to live out that fantasy like there's something like even more mediated by well many mar do you think is running the two bit internet get rich quick schemes right i mean right right there are people there are people at the end of these right websites you know somewhere and and this is the kind of this is what i say about how i used to be a tripoli ver before started to book i mean i was i was reading all of this stuff mostly to learn how to code and do all that that development work but you couldn't you couldn't absorb that without getting some of the entrepreneurial propaganda on the side right and there and there's different flavors of it and muskets the people that started see themselves as environmental dogooders or whatever right so there's there's an right right okay leelee we're actually way over we have like a minute left but jamie is quick question for you go ahead hickory so as we've talked about like so much of tech money and so much of the profits that are being made are built around minimizing the cost of labor whether that's the people driving cars for your illegal cab company or the people literally.

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"millionare" Discussed on Front End Happy Hour

Front End Happy Hour

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"millionare" Discussed on Front End Happy Hour

"The request for the next page will be faster because the felker cache on the server already has some of the right it needs for that page right so if you were like contributor list it's already there it's like cool we'll we already have that information and if there was a new contributor being added or to another repo or something it would just only requests for that little bit of data that it's missing exactly does the falker cash take advantage of any client side storage as well so if you refresh you would already have that cash from previous requests sitting in the client already or is it only stateless off refresh the page which lose that client side cache so by default it's in memory and stateless you would lose that but fico provides the tooling that you can use to do that sorta just that you can always ask for the foul cash doing model that get cash and then store it and then reloaded back when you in your model again on the next startup very cool so i would just gonna work enough late doesn't mean i'm the netflix fan boy i i would argue that like the downside of using cores that introduces complexity that soa on if they have a very simple base web app because like falco even jason graph is like a different way of thinking about a problem that most people are millionare's rest everybody knows it's also pretty hard to implement too arrest call is a lot easier to implement than probably fell core taking a lot more effort to.

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"millionare" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"millionare" Discussed on WDRC

"So that i'm gonna keep that one but you know the rest of it is just it is amazing the number of people in the financial world whether financial advisers writers bloggers whatever they do that have opinions about money that don't have any money and who's track record on teaching people to invest in getting them to invest sucks three percent of the public is where all of those people make their money off wealthy people they make all their money off while they people and most of the advisors out there won't fool with you if you don't have some money they don't want saddam talk to you and so we started teaching people of course all these years ago how we invest and then as we've met with many many many thousands of millionare's over the years how did they invest what are they doing well we suggest and i personally invest in good growth stock mutual funds osh breaded across four types growth and income growth aggressive growth and international and i by mutual funds that have at least a tenure track record all dave shouldn't you just by index funds while you can if you want and ex funds basically an s and p five hundred fun mirrors the market basically is the stock market and so you're going to exactly what stock market is good or bad the mutual funds that i buy outperform the s and p five hundred and they're really not that hard to find a lot of mutual funds don't outperform the s and p five hundred so if you if you're going to buy that that'd be dumb just buying s and p five hundred but i by mutual funds that outperform the p five hundred in my portfolio mix that i just outlined pretty much always beats the market because i buy funds that outperform the market it's not that hard to do you open up the perspectives and there's two lines on the graph one of them is the s and p five hundred if the mutual fund you're looking at it that line is below that s and p five hundred line don't bother bunn does this is hard really not that much to this but dave you're you're just tell people by those loaded funds by a commission.

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"millionare" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"millionare" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"A humble middleclass family and became a multi millionare bringing sex into the mainstream playboy magazine shortly after his debut a 1950 three became the leading men's magazine and expand it and nightclubs even a television show that featured many a list celebrities hefner's son cooper who runs a playboy enterprises today says of his dead it was a great advocate of free speech civil rights had sexual freedom and again that's correspondent jim rupe is he reports this morning in hollywood wpro news time is six thirty one there's been another scare on the slippery rocks of narragansett a woman was bobbing in the water for about an hour last night they say in the dark in the fog after she and a man were swept off hazard rocks narragansett a police they say that an off middle camp police officer and a rescue swimmer ended up reaching that woman finally issues up into a coastguard boats man was also has the rug managed to get back to shore narragansett emergency management again asking a new this morning people stay off the slippery rocks have a high surf advisory in place clear through tomorrow knocked swansea's fired she tells channel twelve the burn permit not going to be issue for these town resonant providing people unhappy with the nfl players to protest by burning their patriots skier he was live with deputy here's dan yorke on wednesday afternoon wpro's paul zangari has his story marching was of last sunday's game and foxborough when offended by team members who knelt during the star spangled banner as he tells wpro's dan york that's what made him decide on holding a jersey burning sharing says burning examples of kneeling patch shirts will make a point but he can't see putting good clothing to waste so most will be donated removed mr mood over local boy found barn equipped with going to and a quarter reco change this the last thing he wants is for people to buy jerseys for his event that it'd be putting money in the nfl's pockets paul zangari wpro new governor is preparing.

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