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Be Financially Free and Pay Yourself First with David Bach and Lewis Howes i’m financially free



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34 thoughts on “Be Financially Free and Pay Yourself First with David Bach and Lewis Howes i’m financially free”

  1. when i tried to trade by myself i lost so much that i almost gave up in trading till i met my current mentor @lisa_upfx o'n l'g who helped me understand the basics now I've earned more than i lost trading witg my mentor

  2. I got so much from this interview – the money I have in a saving account is sitting there doing nothing for me and is basically a waste of time – Time to change that! Thank you. Im going to read the book first

  3. Very interesting. I too went through a divorce. Lost out huge. Raised 3 children and cashed out all of my retirement to pay medical bills. Working my way back at 50 and still in massive debt. It would be a Godsend to have any money coming in at 68 but that is less than 2 decades away, so I will literally work until I die. Bless your Mom.

  4. dear lewis thank you for being so honest and vulnerable in your pod cast it makes all of the advice so real , especially about your mother
    all of the best
    Trevor
    south africa

  5. Ok I have to add my two cents in again. I'm a landlord and started in my 20's after watching countless infomercials about investing in real estate. I earn a pretty good living for a D student who barely graduated from high school. Everyone I know told me all the reasons why rental properties were a bad idea while they were working minimum wage jobs. I sold a couple of rentals in 2008 one made me $55k over what I paid for it 8 years earlier, the other one I made $70k over what I paid 5 years earlier. I then took my profits and paid off any of my houses that still had a mortgage including my primary residence. I recently bought a new home a year ago this month and the value of it has increased by $70k. My neighbor who lives about three blocks away just sold their house for $150k over the assessed value and $100k over asking. Believe me the house wasn't that great. Homes in the Midwest are a lot cheaper and so is the cost of living so 2008 was a very good pay day for me. I've always lived below my means and drove my previous vehicle for 18 years even though I could have bought a new car ever year. I bought a new BMW convertible in my 20's which I regretted because I soon learned luxury cars are a cash cow that drains your bank account for even small repairs. This guy is amazing I'm buying his book asap.

  6. I use my credit card like a check, but I pay them off in full at the end of the month which is great because if you shop with cards like a amazon credit card you can get hundreds of dollars of free stuff from the points you earn. Credit cards aren't the problem it's knowing how to use them.

  7. I like Lewis. He is kind, humble, healthy, relaxed, joyful, spiritual. I like David also. He is nice and funny.
    I would not want to watch entrepreneurs that call us names, manipulate us, use bad words etc…
    Loving kindness and respect are what i look for in teachers.

  8. Hi Lewis Howes. My name is Vikas. I am citizen of the Asian country India currently living in India. I have subscribed to your YouTube channel sometime back and have been listening to your podcasts on YouTube for quite some time now and find them to be very interesting and exciting. I always get to know about a lot of things in this real world by listening to your podcasts. They are so far the best source of knowledge for me considering practical aspects in this world. Although, I do not know exactly from which country and city you are, your podcasts definitely help me in understanding a lot of things which are difficult to understand and implement very easily. I try to follow all of your podcasts as much as possible from my end, without missing on any of them. This is just to inform to you about it. Thank you.

  9. Why is nobody talking about the energy drink and snacks people grab from the nearest convenience store? That easily adds up to $5-$6 each time, multiplied by 5 times per week and 50 weeks a year.

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