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Become a better investor by boosting your confidence – with Tim Sanders (podcast)

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Become a better investor by boosting your confidence – with Tim Sanders (podcast)

Sometimes the simplest things in life can make the biggest differences in our investing.

Tim Sanders is a student of human nature, a best selling author of four books (including the new, Today We Are Rich: Harnessing the Power of Total Confidence, and a consultant to Fortune 1000 businesses.

He knows a lot of top investors and understands the investing process well.  He’ll tell us about a mastermind group he participates in that has increased one participant’s net worth by 400%.

Tim and I discuss:

  • How to find more meaning in your investment practice
  • Feeding your brain a healthy diet
  • Beating the chatter about today’s lousy economy to build something with lasting value
  • How our grandparents hold the keys to our future successes

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About Tim Sanders

Tim Sanders is a student of human nature, a best selling author of four books (the most recent, Today We Are Rich: Harnessing the Power of Total Confidence), and a consultant to Fortune 1000 businesses.

 

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