JACK McCOLL - Be Financially Free and Pay Yourself First
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Jack McColl teaches people how to build credit so they can apply for business credit cards.
He thinks anyone under the right circumstances can have about $100k in business credit within 12 months.
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This is a really useful interview. I have a credit score of over 800. I need to use whatever service this guy provides to invest well.
Great show! Love the part about possibly getting denied just because of your internet activity/location.
If you are reading this, never ever give up. We will succeed. I'm cheering for you!
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Great interview! Can you provide an email for Jack please. I don't have Instagram and I'm not a paid member of LinkedIn. And he is not answering Facebook messenger.
Some people I wanted to meet the way he described - said they don’t have time and they can buy their own lunches and dinners lol. So everything takes effort.
How exactly do you turn the credit into cash? He said run it through a processor? Wouldn’t that incur a fee ?
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Jack is a sharp kid! lot of grit
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JACK McCOLL - Be Financially Free
Be Financially Free: How to become salary independent in today’s economy Kindle Edition
by Morten Strange (Author) Format: Kindle Edition
5.0 out of 5 stars
Wouldn't you love to be free of the burden of financial concerns? To lead the life you desire instead of slaving to live a life of misery? It is possible to achieve this by understanding the way the economy operates and how consumption can lead people into debt and then how you can make use of the tools you have that you have at your disposal.
Financial freedom is too crucial to let someone else take care of it. Morten Strange Financial analyst, 'citizen economics', and naturalist uses his fifty years of experience during the oil crises of 1973, numerous stock market crashes and economic downturns to help you understand how to manage your money in order that you are financially independent. He explains, in easy words, the basics of financial products and the various types of investments like bonds, savings shares, and property and provides practical advice that you can immediately apply.
What makes this book stand out is the focus it places on the present economy and the dangerous direction it is headed. While the majority of analysts concentrate on the short-term, Be Financially Free takes the view of the whole world. In the midst of imminent limit to the environment and ending of economic growth, what are you required to do to attain and maintain your financial freedom in the long run?
Illustrations of charts, diagrams, and cases studies, this enlightening book will help you take the first step towards financial freedom.
Reviewed in the United States on February 3, 2017
Reviewed in the United States on October 10, 2016
This is one of the best books for readers who would like a sound and comprehensive guide to what they might do with their savings. This 249-page book is very clearly written and has no economic or financial jargon to stump the lay reader. It covers every conceivable investment and weighs the value of each. Strange describes derivatives and explains their role in the economy, but also tells us why they are a gambler's ruin. He explains stocks and commodities. He gives a very lucid account about the allure of gold and why people like Warren Buffet and Paul Krugman advise against investing in gold whereas Peter Schiff does (apart from the - Strange says- fact that Schiff owns a gold bullion trading company). He discusses the bond and property market, and shares.
Finally, he has a very clear and common sense approach on how one can start investing one's savings - and have fun along the way. Strange makes simple what others have made difficult. Morten Strange is (from his writing) very mainstream and conservative investor. There are more adventurous advisors but some of them appear a little too confident, some, a little too glib - but for the adventurous spirit those advisors may be more inspiring. Apart from being comprehensive and yet lucid and simple this book is fun to rea; and that is probably the best reason anyone has for buying any book.
a small investment for a very worthwhile return
Reviewed in the United States on March 16, 2017
This is no get-rich-quick scheme, this is clearly written sensible advice on how to manage your life and your money to become salary independent. The economics of investment is explained using a mixture of jargon-free examples and anecdotes drawn from the author's personal life and the book is very readable as a result. The author convincingly demonstrates how a diversified portfolio of investments can allow you retire earlier than you think. He offers the choice of working very hard at choosing companies to invest in or by taking a more relaxed 'gone fishin' approach to investment. Either can work for you but you need to discipline yourself to invest and not to consume and squander your money unnecessarily before you get chance to invest it. Being totally independent of financial institutions, politics and business the author is able to broach the subjects of the end of economic growth by consumption and the inability of the environment to withstand the damage being done to it by this 'uneconomic growth'. The tone is not overly-pessimistic but instead encourages you to invest while it is still possible to make reasonable returns from stocks and bonds and to do some good for the world by changing your consumption habits. The author is Danish and a resident of Singapore and there are plenty of examples drawn from these two countries but the advice is applicable wherever you live. This book will not in itself change your life but it can certainly help you plan a much better future for yourself. Highly recommended.
Be a steward of your life and the environment
Reviewed in the United States on November 4, 2017
Many finance people don't take environment into their calculations and many environment people don't understand enough about finance to make their case. But Morten book is an integration of both. This book educates us how to be financial literate as a necessary means to a good life, whilst being a steward for the environment.
with a nice mix of personal experience and knowledge of the subject
Reviewed in the United States on November 1, 2016
Very well written and interesting, with a nice mix of personal experience and knowledge of the subject. The book also gives a good insight in the consequences of todays focus on economical growth and consumerism. Lena Kühl