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Today we’re going to explore building wealth. It’s an issue that you see a lot of people marketing on the Internet. Many people seem to have very simple solutions, package solutions. I’ve always been wary of the entire, sort of, financial coaching and life coaching industry just because I find it hard to believe that some of the techniques these people became rich themselves off of were became replicable or that could be taught and learned by other people.
Today we have a guest, Todd Tresidder, who is an ex-hedge fund guy who was able to retire at age 35 and has spent the past 15 years helping people sort of break through some of their bad habits, some of their behavioral asymptotes and help propel them into building wealth and achieving some of the financial goals that they have.
I found Todd because he has an incredible repository of information. He has over a thousand published pages of content, free content for people at his site, FinancialMentor.com. I’ll have a link for that at the blog, so check that out. Continue reading “Piggyback your way to wealth by learning from others — with Todd Tresidder (transcript)”