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You really need to understand the 4 different paths to wealth | Rich Habits, Poor Habits With Tom Corley

The Michael Yardney Podcast | Property Investment, Success & Money

As the world works its way through the confronts of the Covid related economic issues, lockdowns, and health challenges, one thing has become clear. The rich keep getting richer. They seem to do this through pandemics, through good times and bad. And this has led a lot of people to ask why? How? What do they do differently? That’s what we’re going to discuss in today’s Rich Habits, Poor Habits episode of the Michael Yardney podcast. Even if you come here to learn about property, success or money, at the end of today’s show you’re going to understand some new research that Tom Corley has uncovered which should help you in your future endeavours. The Four Paths to Wealth There are four predominant paths toward accumulating wealth. The “Savers-Investors” path is the easiest, while the other three involve much more risk. The Saver-Investors path Just less than 22% of the millionaires in Tom’s study chose to take the Saver-Investors path. Not only is it the easiest way to build wealth, but if you start early, it almost always guarantees a lot of money. The Saver-Investors had four things in common: A middle-class income A low cost of living and preference for saving to save A habit of saving 20% or more of their income. An early start to investing their savings The Dreamers path This is perhaps the hardest path to building wealth because it requires the pursuit of a dream, such as starting a business, becoming a successful actor, musician, or author. Approximately 28% of the folks in Tom’s study were Dreamers, and they accumulated an average net worth of $7.4 million — far more than any of the other groups — over a period of about 12 years. Those who want to take this path, however, must be willing to work long hours and able to handle financial stress. The Dreamers in my study worked more than 61 hours per week before finally achieving their dreams. Weekends and vacations were almost non-existent. The Company Climbers path Climbers are individuals who work for a big company and devote all of their energy to climbing the corporate ladder until they land a senior executive position. This is the second-hardest path to becoming a millionaire, and about 31% of the rich people I studied fell into this group. It took them an average of 22 years to accumulate a net worth of $3.4 million or more. In most cases, their wealth came from either stock compensation or a partnership share of profits. To be a Climber, you must have strong relationship-building skills. Networking and making lasting connections with powerful people in your industry are essential. The Virtuosos path Roughly 19% of the participants in Tom’s study chose this path. Virtuosos are among the best at what they do in their profession. They are paid a high premium for their knowledge and expertise, which sets them apart from the competition. It took the Virtuosos in my study about 20 years to reach an average net worth of $4 million. Some worked in the medical field, while others worked in law. A handful either worked for large, publicly-held corporations, or they were small business owners with highly profitable enterprises. Links and Resources: Tom Corley - Rich Habits Michael Yardney - Metropole Get your own copy of our international bestseller Rich Habits Poor Habits Get the team at Metropole to help build your personal Strategic Property Plan Click here and have a chat with us Shownotes plus more here: You really need to understand the 4 different paths to wealth | Rich Habits, Poor Habits With Tom Corley Some of our favourite quotes from the show: “I think something we should remind people is that most millionaires weren’t born that way.” – Michael Yardney “Entrepreneurs often have to count their pennies carefully in the early days.” – Michael Yardney “You need resilience, because you’re going to have troubles, you’re going to run into challenges, there are always going to be hurdles.” – Michael Yardney PLEASE LEAVE US A REVIEW Reviews are hugely important to me because they help new people discover this podcast. If you enjoyed listening to this episode, please leave a review on iTunes - it's your way of passing the message forward to others and saying thank you to me. Here's how.

32mins

30 Aug 2021

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Building in Babylon | Tom Corley | 5-1-21

Podcast – Bethlehem Primitive Baptist Church

In the afternoon service, Elder Tom Corley presents the picture of how God’s children could not only survive while under terrible circumstances, but were actually blessed to help build God’s kingdom.http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/05.01.21.Buidling.In_.Captivity.AFTERNOON.Service.Tom_.Corley.mp3Building in Captivity

21 May 2021

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Learn These Rich Habits of Successful People | Rich Habits, Poor Habits Podcast, Part 2 with Tom Corley

The Michael Yardney Podcast | Property Investment, Success & Money

Almost 50 years ago I began my study of rich and successful people. Of course, not all rich people are successful. But I remember trying to understand why some people were rich while others kept struggling financially. Over the years I attended many seminars, paid mentors, and read as many books as I could on the topic of success. I modeled successful people and eventually grew successful myself. It wasn’t easy, I’ve had my challenges in life (mostly self-inflicted) and I’ve hit rock-bottom, but I got up again, learned from my mistakes, and moved forward. Over the years, I grew a very substantial property portfolio, built a national business this has won multiple awards as Australia’s leading property consultant and has been involved in over $4 billion worth of property transactions, and currently manages over $2 billion worth of assets for our clients. As you can imagine I have learned a few things about wealth and success along the way. And a byproduct of this is my top-selling book – Rich Habits Poor Habits — that I co-authored with Tom Corley and which has become an international bestseller and translated into a number of foreign languages including. In our book, we explain that being rich has little to do with the money itself. Instead, it has a lot to do with how you think about money. So, if you want to become rich, one of the first steps is to know how the wealthy think about money differently than you do and to start thinking like them. The next step is to take action and to let the action become natural by thinking the way wealthy people think. Unfortunately, we live in a society that teaches us that money equals success. Like many other things, money is a tool. It’s certainly not a bad thing but, ultimately, it’s just another resource. Regrettably, too many people worship it. Now, I didn’t understand this when I began my study of rich and successful people more almost 50 years ago. Over the years I have learned that… Being rich has little to do with the money itself. Instead, it has a lot to do with how you think about money. This means that if you want to become rich, one of your first steps is to know how the wealthy think about money differently than you do and to start thinking like them. The next step is to take action and to let the action become natural by thinking the way wealthy people do and developing what we call Rich Habits. In the last month’s Rich Habits Poor Habits podcast, Tom and I discussed some of the Rich Habits that are common among successful people, and in today’s show, we are going to continue this discussion, so welcome to today’s show. Rich Habits of Successful People If you’ve been reading my blogs or those of Tom Corley, or if you be listening to our monthly Rich Habits Poor Habits podcasts or you’ve read or RHPH book you will know that rich people share similar habits just the way poor people share similar habits. Now before you get too offended… We’re not making a judgment when we say rich people or poor people – they are terms we’re going to use to help clarify the different ways of thinking that 1% of people exhibit from the majority of the population. So, let’s learn more about these habits, Maybe we should clarify what habits really are: Habits represent unconscious behavior, thinking, choices and emotions. A habit is formed when neurons (brain cells) talk to one another repetitively. Habits have a purpose. More Rich Habits of Successful People Rich and successful people align themselves with like-minded people. They understand the importance of being part of a team. They create win-win relationships. The poor believe money will make them happier, while the rich know that money has little to do with happiness, but it does make your life easier and more enjoyable. The rich don’t blame (what’s the point?) They take responsibility for their actions and outcomes (or lack thereof). They know there is no such thing as a rich victim. The poor believe it’s wrong for a small group of people (the 1%) to possess most of the money. The rich welcomes the masses (the 99%) to join them. Successful people are not necessarily more talented than the majority, yet they always find a way to maximize their potential. They get more out of themselves. They use what they have more effectively. The poor believe that in order to gain something, you must sacrifice something else. You must choose between great family life and being poor, or love and being poor, but you can’t have both. The rich know they can have it all if they have an abundant mindset. Successful people are solution-focused, rather than looking for problems or obstacles. Successful people are fearful like everyone else, but they are not controlled or limited by fear. They use it to empower themselves. The rich get up early. They know there’s no shortcut so they work hard until they’ve accumulated a big enough asset base so they don’t have to work hard anymore. The rich ask the right questions – ones that put them in a productive, creative mindset and a positive emotional state. They understand that the better the questions they ask, the better the answers they get, and the better the results they will achieve. The rich have clarity and certainty about what they want (and don’t want) for their life. They actually visualize and plan their future while others are merely spectators of life. While the poor believe rich people are lucky, the rich know luck has nothing to do with their success. While the poor wait for their lotto numbers to come up, the rich don’t expect Lady Luck to pay them a visit; instead, they aggressively pursue their dreams. While the middle class believes the road to riches is through formal education like a college degree or a master’s, you’ll find many of the rich never completed high school. They favor specific knowledge in their industry over formal education. They’ve learned to become more valuable by becoming an expert in their job. The rich are voracious life-long learners. They constantly work at educating themselves, sometimes formally and academically; but more often informally by asking, watching, reading, or listening and also experimentally by doing, trying, failing, and trying again. By the way… I’m not talking about formal education. Of course, it’s worth realising that… We all have some of these Rich Habits and we all exhibit some disempowering Poor Habits. The big differentiator in the see-saw of life is: do you have more of the Rich Habits or more of the disempowering Poor Habits? The good news is that as you’re learning about these concepts in our book the choice is yours.  You can choose whether you will be a have or a have not. Links and Resources: Tom Corley - Rich Habits Michael Yardney - Metropole Get your own copy of our international bestseller Rich Habits Poor Habits Get the team at Metropole to help build your personal Strategic Property Plan Click here and have a chat with us Shownotes plus more here: Learn These Rich Habits of Successful People | Rich Habits, Poor Habits Podcast, Part 2 with Tom Corley Some of our favourite quotes from the show: “I think one of the comments we’ve both made over the time is that any problem that money can solve isn’t really a problem.” – Michael Yardney “I think we both realise that if you do the hard things early in your life, the rest of your life’s going to be easy.” – Michael Yardney “You can get random good luck. And you can get random bad luck. But the successful people don’t count on that.” – Michael Yardney PLEASE LEAVE US A REVIEW Reviews are hugely important to me because they help new people discover this podcast. If you enjoyed listening to this episode, please leave a review on iTunes - it's your way of passing the message forward to others and saying thank you to me. Here's how.

34mins

28 Apr 2021

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Rich Habits w/ Tom Corley

The Pursuit

Let me introduce you to Tom Corley, author, speaker, and creator of Rich Habits. Tom has authored several best selling books including: Rich Habits, Effort-less Wealth, Rich Habits for kids and my personal favourite - Change Your Habits, Change Your life. Tom is a regular contributor to many media outlets, including: CBS Evening News, Fox News, The Dave Ramsey Radio Show, CNN, MSN, USA Today and many others. Just recently he was published in Success Magazine.Tom spent years studying multi-millionaires and at the same time studying the poor too. What's unique about Tom is he is a CPA, CFP and runs his own financial services firm so he has a very technical, analytical background so the research is truly incredible.What that led to, was a true understanding of the difference between the rich and the poor. What he found was the biggest difference was their habits, his research led to over 300 different behaviours and habits that the wealthy have. In this interview we talk about some of the core, keystone habits that can set you up for success, wealth, and a rich life. We dive into the neuroscience of habits, what's going on in your body/brain as you're forming new habits and so much more. This is one of my favourite interviews we've done yet, packed full of tangible value. Let's share this episode with as many people as possible, this kind of information can help people in such a big way.

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23 Apr 2021

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Learn These Rich Habits of Successful People | Rich Habits, Poor Habits Podcast, Part 1 with Tom Corley

The Michael Yardney Podcast | Property Investment, Success & Money

Have you ever wondered how certain people become so rich and successful? Well, if you’ve been listening to my podcast or reading my blogs and my books, you’d know that rich people don’t become rich by luck or by accident. Becoming rich requires hard work, dedication, and a certain set of habits. We are what we repeatedly do. That means excellence isn’t an act, it’s a habit. My friend Tom Corley spent five years studying millionaires and gathering insights that become the basis of his blogs and books, including the book we co-authored: Rich Habits, Poor Habits. He found that people who became wealthy practiced certain habits, and that’s what we’re going to discuss today. Since there are so many habits, we’re going to break this into a two-part series, and today we’re going to start with the first group of habits that the rich do that differentiate them from the average person. Rich Habits Of course, not all rich people are successful, and not all successful people are rich; but remember I was much younger and more naïve then and wanted it all. So I tried to understand why some people were rich while others kept struggling financially. Over the years I attended many seminars, paid mentors, and read as many books as I could on the topic of success. I modelled successful people and eventually grew successful myself. It wasn’t easy, I’ve had my challenges in life (mostly self-inflicted) and I’ve hit rock-bottom, but I got up again, learned from my mistakes, and moved forward. And over the years I’ve mentored more than 3,000 successful (and some not so successful) investors, business people, and entrepreneurs. In fact, a by-product of this is our top-selling book – Rich habits Poor Habits In it, Tom Corley and I explain… Being rich has little to do with the money itself Instead, it has a lot to do with how you think about money. So if you want to become rich, one of the first steps is to know how the wealthy think about money differently than you do and to start thinking like them. The next step is to take action and to let the action become natural by thinking the way wealthy people think. We’ve found rich people share similar habits. While we explain this in some detail in our book, today I’d like to briefly share… The first of the 21 Success Habits of The Rich …. The average person thinks about spending their money, while the rich think about how to invest their money. The average person worries about running out of money while the rich think about how to use their money to make more money. Most people believe hard work makes you rich, while the rich know that leverage creates wealth. Successful people don’t procrastinate. They don’t spend their life waiting for the ‘right time’ or waiting until they know it all or have figured everything out. The average person believes having a job gives them security. The rich know there’s no such thing as “job security.” Most people want to be rich. The rich are committed to being rich. (They are very different things.) When things go wrong, the rich find a lesson, while others only see a problem. The average Australian sets their financial expectation low, so they’re never disappointed. On the other hand, the rich set their financial expectations high so they’re always excited. Successful people take calculated risks – financial, emotional, professional, psychological. But once they’ve built their wealth, they take fewer risks.  The rich consciously and methodically create their own success, while others hope success will find them. The rich look for and find opportunities where others see obstacles. The average person believes life happens to them. They are a passenger, while the Rich believe that they create their own destiny. They are the pilot of their lives. Successful people align themselves with like-minded people. They understand the importance of being part of a team. They create win-win relationships. Links and Resources: Tom Corley - Rich Habits Michael Yardney - Metropole Get your own copy of our international bestseller Rich Habits Poor Habits Get the team at Metropole to help build your personal Strategic Property Plan Click here and have a chat with us Shownotes plus more here: Learn These Rich Habits of Successful People | Rich Habits, Poor Habits Podcast, Part 1 with Tom Corley Some of our favourite quotes from the show: “As you’ll learn, it’s not your fault if you’re born poor. But it is your fault if you die poor.” – Michael Yardney “It depends what your focus is as to what you see.” – Michael Yardney “2020 taught us the importance of that. How many people who had multiple income streams – such as you, such as me – still had a really good year, while those who were dependent on one income stream, unfortunately, found that dried up.” – Michael Yardney PLEASE LEAVE US A REVIEW Reviews are hugely important to me because they help new people discover this podcast. If you enjoyed listening to this episode, please leave a review on iTunes - it's your way of passing the message forward to others and saying thank you to me. Here's how.

33mins

1 Mar 2021

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EP10.致富不單靠投資,而是一連串的行為|《習慣致富人生實踐版》Tom Corley

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你相信,致富不是單靠投資,而是一連串的好習慣、好行為嗎? 聽完這集你會收穫: 1.好習慣與壞習慣如何影響我們? 2.哪些好的行為能致富? 書:習慣致富-人生實踐版 作者:Tom Corley 💰支持我持續創作 https://pay.firstory.me/user/transform153 IG找我玩 https://www.instagram.com/153_trans/ 👀文字好讀 https://153trans.medium.com 👂聽Podcast Firstory:https://open.firstory.me/user/transform153 Apple :https://bit.ly/apcast Spotify:https://bit.ly/spocast Google:https://bit.ly/谷歌pod KKbox:https://bit.ly/kk播客 Powered by Firstory Hosting

35mins

31 Jan 2021

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10 hard truths about the Wealth Gap with Tom Corley – Summer Series

The Michael Yardney Podcast | Property Investment, Success & Money

During his five years studying the rich and the poor Tom Corley identified 10 hard truths about the wealth gap that no politician or member of the mainstream media would dare reveal.  And as I share them with you today, you’ll probably get a few surprises. These aren’t just our thoughts. In his 5year study, Tom asked 361 rich and poor people 144 questions each. That’s 51,984 questions. From the data he gathered, he was able to identify 344 differences between the way the rich and the poor conducted their lives. Over one hundred million individuals have read something about my research, which has been cited, quoted, referenced, commended and criticized in 25 countries around the world. As a result, Tom has made a lot of friends and a lot of enemies. And he’s about to make some more with this podcast. His research opened my eyes. One of the many benefits of having done this research is that he became privy to the inner workings of the lives of the rich and the poor. For five years he was that fly on the wall. And this fly has identified 10 hard truths about the wealth gap which we’re going to discuss today in an episode which is part of what I call our summer series where apart from bringing you one new show each week we are replaying 2 previously published shows, and the foundational wealth lessons I’m going to share in today’s show which was originally published a number of years ago will help you take advantage of the new property cycle that is appearing in front of our eyes in 2021 10 Hard Truths About the Wealth Gap Bad Parents – The poor have parents who simply do not do their job. Drugs, alcohol, gambling and a host of other parent character flaws pull the rug out from underneath their kids.  Broken Families – The poor are raised in broken families. Divorce, incarceration, abandonment are common denominators among the poor that fracture the family unit. No Work Ethic – The poor are bad employees who have a bad work ethic. As a result, they find themselves regularly unemployed. Financial Negligence – The poor spend their money as quickly as it comes. They don’t save. They don’t invest. They are financially illiterate. Poverty Ideology – The poor believe they will be poor their entire lives. They see poverty as a fact of life. They are without hope and thus, without motivation to escape their poverty. Bad Health – The poor do not exercise regularly. They eat and drink too much junk food. They frequent fast-food restaurants. They take drugs and drink too much alcohol in order to numb their pain. They are overweight and out of shape. Uneducated – The poor do not embrace education. It’s not part of their culture. They do not self-educate themselves. They do not read. They do not engage in self-improvement. Bad Habits – The poor have many bad habits and few good habits. Entitlement Ideology – The poor believe they are entitled to things others have to work very hard for. Victim Ideology – The poor believe others hold them back in life. They see themselves as victims. They look to the government to take the wealth of those who are producing and working hard in society and redistribute it to poor people. I now know that rich people, particularly the self-made rich, are the good people. They were raised by good parents, parents who cared and who mentored them to succeed. Poor people, conversely, were raised by bad parents. Some were raised in broken homes, some were raised with little to no work ethic, some were raised to be ignorant of finances, some were raised with a poverty mindset, some were raised to disregard their health, some were raised to shun education, some were raised with bad habits, some were raised to believe they should be given free stuff and some were raised to believe the world was aligned against them. We don’t have a wealth gap in this country.  We have a parent gap. If, as a society, we truly want to end poverty, we have to first acknowledge the cause of poverty. Parents. Parents cause poverty. Parents are to blame. As a great man once said, “the truth shall set you free.” Links and Resources: Michael Yardney Tom Corley - Rich Habits Get your own copy of our international bestseller Rich Habits Poor Habits Shownotes plus more here: 10 hard truths about the Wealth Gap with Tom Corley – Summer Series Some of our favourite quotes from the show: “We know that children develop habits from things they see, things they experience, things they hear, and their mentors as a child are really their parents.” – Michael Yardney “Bad mentoring from parents is more likely to – but not certainly – going to give you a disadvantage in life.” – Michael Yardney “It’s probably worthwhile reminding our listeners that we’re all walking around with some good habits, some bad habits, some rich habits, some poor habits, some habits that are empowering us, and some habits and beliefs that are disempowering us.” – Michael Yardney PLEASE LEAVE US A REVIEW Reviews are hugely important to me because they help new people discover this podcast. If you enjoyed listening to this episode, please leave a review on iTunes - it's your way of passing the message forward to others and saying thank you to me. Here's how.

38mins

27 Jan 2021

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The #1 Factor That Makes Poor People Rich – Summer Series with Tom Corley

The Michael Yardney Podcast | Property Investment, Success & Money

There are many definitions of what it means to be rich. In today’s podcast, we’re going to discuss the #1 factor that makes poor people rich. Being rich is more a state of mind than a dollar amount, though – the rich can be poor and the poor can be rich. Being rich is really more about having what you want and being able to enjoy your wealth. You need a sense of balance, and true wealth isn’t about money or how many properties or shares you have. You need your health. You need time to enjoy and appreciate things. You need somebody to love and someone to love you. You’ve got to have the ability to give back to the community. You need spirituality. You need to be able to grow and learn. In these podcasts, I talk a lot about money, but money isn’t a zero-sum game. One person’s wealth can’t stop you from becoming wealthy as well. And in today’s episode, you’ll hear more about building the habits that can help you become wealthy. How can poor people become rich? If no poor person on the face of the earth ever rose from poverty to wealth, you might have a case that it’s impossible to become rich if you were born and raised poor. But, reality paints a very different picture. There are thousands of poor people every day who become rich. According to Forbes Magazine, just in America, there are approximately 1,700 working-class people a day who become millionaires. And, according to Tom Corley’s Rich Habits study, 41% of the 177 self-made millionaires he studied were born and raised in poverty. What was the #1 factor that helped them shake off the chains of poverty and become wealthy? Changing their daily habits. Changing your habits can be hard, especially if you don’t know how.  Here are some short-cuts to changing habits. Habit Merging When an old habit does not perceive a new habit as a threat, it does not wage war against the formation of the new habit. Law of Association Old habits can be triggered by the individuals you associate with. If you are trying to get rid of some old, bad habits you need to limit the time you spend associating with those individuals who act as a triggers for those bad habits and begin associating with individuals who possess the new good habits you are trying to adopt. You can find these new individuals in network groups, non-profit groups, trade groups or any group that is focused on pursuing similar goals. Changes in Your Environment It is much easier to abandon old habits and form new habits when your environment changes.   New home, new neighbors, new friends, new job, new colleagues, new cities, etc., all offer an opportunity to forge new habits. When your environment changes, you are forced to think your way through each day. Start Small It is far easier to change your habits if you start with small habits. Small habit change involves adding habits that require very little effort.   Examples include drinking more water during the day, taking vitamin supplements or listening to audiobooks while you commute to work. Schedule Your New Habits Sixty-seven percent of self-made millionaires in my study maintained a to-do list. To-do lists are a way of processing success into your life.   One of the tricks self-made millionaires use is to incorporate certain good daily habits onto their to-do list. Firewall Your Bad Habits One trick to habit change is to make it harder for you to engage in a bad habit by creating some type of firewall between you and the bad habit. Links and Resources: Michael Yardney Tom Corley - Rich Habits Get your own copy of our international bestseller Rich Habits Poor Habits Join Michael Yardney and Tom Corley at Wealth Retreat 2020 – click here and register your interest Wondering what’s ahead for our property markets? Organize a time to speak with the team at Metropole by clicking here  Shownotes plus more here: The #1 Factor That Makes Poor People Rich – Summer Series with Tom Corley Some of our favourite quotes from the show: “At no other point in history have so many people escaped bitter poverty in such a short time as in China.” – Michael Yardney “Small changes give you momentum. They increase your confidence.” – Michael Yardney “I think the message is, if other people can do it, you can do it.” – Michael Yardney PLEASE LEAVE US A REVIEW Reviews are hugely important to me because they help new people discover this podcast. If you enjoyed listening to this episode, please leave a review on iTunes - it's your way of passing the message forward to others and saying thank you to me. Here's how.

28mins

6 Jan 2021

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Tom Corley - Speaker and Author of Rich Kids

The High Performing Student Podcast

Tom Corley is the author of the Rich Habits and several other best-selling/award-winning books. His books and my research are known to almost 100 million people in 27 countries around the world. In addition to writing books, he travels the world speaking to thousands at a time. He is a CPA, CFP and run a financial services firm in New Jersey, USA. He is also a frequent media contributor with Business Insider, CNBC, and several other national/international media outlets. www.samdemma.com

45mins

27 Oct 2020

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Tom Corley

Futures for Finance

Happy Friday, and thanks for checking out another episode! This week, we got the chance to sit down with Tom Corley. Tom is a successful accountant, speaker, and best-selling author who has spent his career researching and educating others on the factors that separate the rich and the poor. He has authored countless books, and his best-seller is “Rich Habits”, which has inspired over 100 million people in over 27 countries. As an international leader in wealth management and creation, Tom has shared his wisdom through thousands of media outlets including CNN, CNBC, and USA Today. Tom also holds both the certified public accountant and the certified financial planner degree with a master’s in taxation. Beyond his extensive professional experience, Tom enjoys running, weight lifting, and playing tennis. We’re so excited to be able to bring to you such enriching financial insight from Tom! Be sure to follow us on LinkedIn and Instagram pages for our financial terms of the day and more information!

25mins

25 Sep 2020

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