5 SIMPLE STEPS to Financial Freedom
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If you were to ask most people what steps they need to take to become wealthy and successful?
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They’d probably come at you with ridiculous exaggerations:
The friends in high places you have to know, the countless college degrees that you need, the people you have to screw over...
Let someone who knows what they’re talking about set you straight:
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I’ve condensed hours of content into this video to create 5 Simple Steps that you can start taking NOW to find financial freedom:
Step #1 - Learn how to BUY BACK TIME (With Bestselling Author and Motivational Speaker Rock Thomas)
Step #2 - An hour a day will PAY THE WAY (With Personal Branding Expert Mark Lack)
Step #3 - Create a STRONG FOUNDATION (With Passive Income Expert Rachel Richards)
Step #4 - You need to BUILD YOUR DATABSE (With Real Estate Expert Rob Lord)
Step #5 - Put in the EFFORT AND TIME (With Real Estate Guru Krista Mashore)
0:00 - Intro
0:25 - Rock Thomas
22:19 - Mark Lack
52:17 - Rachel Richards
01:16:49 - Rob Lord
01:37:45 - Krista Mashore
Start taking these steps TODAY - and you’ll see results without any of those exaggerated requirements!
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This. I am glad that I chose to change my mindset. The "planting a seed" analogy hit. Thank you.
What an amazing rundown! I've watched 1 hour and 39 minutes so far. I did watch all the originals already thought. Always learn something new from each time listening back to them!
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This was jam-packed with info!
I'm diversifying and recently my crypto portfolio yields better profits more than any other commodity despite recent dip in price .I'd say "think like a bear and invest like a bull".
Kinds of books?? I read a lot but tell me what to read
STEPS to Financial Freedom
The 9 Steps to Financial Freedom: Practical and Spiritual Steps So You Can Stop Worrying Paperback – August 15, 2006
by Suze Orman (Author)
4.6 out of 5 stars
Suze Orman has revolutionized the idea of personal finance for millions of people by teaching us how to get control over our finances -to ensure that money isn't a factor in us. Suze Orman goes far beyond the basics of managing money and explores the emotional, and even spiritual impact that money can have on our lives. The nine Steps toward Financial Freedom is the first personal finance guidebook that provides you with the skills to manage money as well as the determination to smash through the obstacles that keep you from achieving your goals.
Incorporating real-life advice with the drive to conquer fears about money, Suze Orman offers the essentials to provide for your family and yourself which include:
• examining how your past may hold the crucial in your finances' future
Face your fears, and uncovering new realities
* putting your trust in yourself more than you trust other people
* Being open to receiving all you are supposed to receive
• understanding the lessons learned from the cycle of money
The nine Steps towards Financial Freedom provides valuable advice and guidance from the top voice in personal financial management. As Orman points out, managing money is not just simply managing your finances or choosing the best investments. It's about redefining the concept of financial freedom and recognizing that you're worth much more than your wealth.
Reviewed in the United States on May 15, 2014
I wish this book was available to me when I was 20 years old, I certainly
would have done some things different in my financial life. When we are young
we are given all sorts of advise, on right and wrong, relationships, jobs, education etc.
But No One tells you what to expect in later years and what to be aware of and what to
plan for. Suze has done that and so much more in her book, "The 9 steps to Financial Freedom"
Our relationship with money clearly determines the kind of life a person will lead. Apart from
being told to save for a rainy day, no one ever explains why. Having grown up with the bare necessities and barely enough of that, I squandered my first pay checks on clothes, shoes, going to have my hair done in a salon and any other frivolous things a young women can squander on. at 18 years old I was working 3 jobs in 3 different places as a waitress and never
saved a cent. I was living on my own in NY renting a room and on my day off I would go to the salon and have my hair and nails done and dress to the nines for my evening out. I didn't sleep much in those days, after all I was young and beautiful and I was going to meet my prince charming somewhere. Then I got hit with walking pneumonia from working so hard, not enough sleep, poor eating habits etc. After being in the hospital for 2 weeks I came back to my rented room only to find out, it was no longer my room and they were holding my clothes hostage until I paid the back rent that I missed while I was in the hospital. Of course I didn't have it, because I always spent every cent I made and didn't even have a bank account. Luckily I wore uniforms at work because I didn't have any other clothes to wear, I slept in the back room of one of the places I worked for a while and saved enough money to pay what I owed on the rented room and get my clothes back. By then I was only working 2 jobs putting in a lot of extra hours and became a squirrel with my money, saving what ever I could from my meager pay and tips.
I learned a life lesson at that time but still had no guidance, I did the best I could and as time went by I met my prince charming, opened a bank account got married and had a couple of children and explained why the relationship with money shapes your life, the good, the bad, and the ugly. So when I read Suze's book it was like my life's story only much more sound and in depth advise. I have read all her books, watched her dvd's and passed on the information she so eloquently put together. Through her advice I have a will, a health directive, living will and am in the midst of setting up my revocable trust. So yes I most defiantly would suggest that everyone read her books and tailor her advice to their own needs.
39 people found this helpful
I have used this book and have given it to loved ones.
Reviewed in the United States on January 18, 2015
This book is a common sense approach to getting serious about managing finances to enable one to lead a more satisfying life. It is comforting to know that you have done what you can to avoid financial pitfalls. By the way, I had bought this book many years ago, and had found it to be very helpful. One thing in particular I had not done was to take out a long term care policy. Orman explained that one serious illness or disability could wreck you financially. I purchased this book for my fourty-something daughter, who has begun to do serious financial planning.
8 people found this helpful
Reviewed in the United States on February 11, 2022
Great Book and Great Lady. I'm a BIG fan! Her books always contain very helpful information and suggestions to manage your finances!
Reviewed in the United States on April 24, 2021
Buy it, read it, make better money decisions.
Reviewed in the United States on August 27, 2020
Like it need to do it!
This is what I want ... Financial Freedom
Reviewed in the United States on February 29, 2016
This woman knows her way around, and can give anyone a way to get the freedom from debut we all want. But, you have to do the work and follow the advice! Thanks Suze for writing out a clear path to Financial Freedom.
6 people found this helpful
Reviewed in the United States on June 18, 2020
Interesting read and useful information
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Reviewed in the United States on August 13, 2019
Great book with amazing information! Bought this used and came in amazing condition! Must read
It's a good reference book as well and loaded with ideas when ...
Reviewed in the United States on July 20, 2016
I'm still reading - lots of material to think about and this gal knows what she is talking about. It's a good reference book as well and loaded with ideas when it come to some of our financial problems. She's like having a good friend to share this information. You will agree as so many other people already have.
Reviewed in the United States on May 14, 2009
I am a fan of Suze Orman and her straightforward approach to money management. The book offers many already-known ideas but with a little more depth. Sometimes just seeing these ideas in print will give you the jump start you need to review your situation and make necessary changes.
Reviewed in the United States on October 1, 2017
it's helping me a lot. everybody has something to learn from it.
Reviewed in the United States on September 13, 2016
I have read this book before and re purchased again for a friend and she loved it! Sure Orman knows her stuff.
Reviewed in the United States on July 13, 2014
I own a few Suze Orman books, she gives good advice and food for thought. This book is great because it breaks things down in a way that's easy to understand and follow.
Reviewed in the United States on October 13, 2019
I been needing this, worth the money👍
Reviewed in the United States on August 11, 2011
I read the book a couple of days ago and put some of the tips in practice and i already saved around $3,000. This book as great advice, it's like if i was financially blind, but now i can see. I hope to keep on learning more about my money and this was really a great start.
One person found this helpful
Reviewed in the United States on December 29, 2017
Reviewed in the United States on June 16, 2017
I like reading items from Suze Orman.
Reviewed in the United States on September 16, 2013
This book was written 15 years ago and it has 2012 update but it is timeless,it's great and it always will be.If you just starting to learn how to be financially responsible,it will help you a lot.I was concerned about ..is this book good only for Americans?..it is not,it can be used globally and help you grow from debt to wealth in 9 universal steps. You will learn how your past holds the key to your financial future and why and how to face your fears to create new truth about money in your life,how to receive and how to recognize true opportunity when it comes your way.I hope you like it as much I did,I understand myself more,my problems,over spending and how to overcome all that.Today,I am happy to report I trade online and since August 1st 2013 ,(month and 15 days) ,I made extra $2600.I have regular job and planing to invest in 2 more opportunities.
Thank you Suze
16 people found this helpful
Reviewed in the United States on October 30, 2017