Wealth Building Tips from a Celebrity Financial Advisor {AUDIO ONLY}

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25 Comments on “Wealth Building Tips from a Celebrity Financial Advisor {AUDIO ONLY}”

  1. Tai and Talaat, thanks so much for having me on!

    Yes, my comment on focusing on "living up to your potential so that you don't have to worry about living within your means" is about thinking bigger and making a significant income and building significant wealth such that all of your needs and wants are more than taken care of.

    Now, if you develop an addiction to Ferrari's, we may have to have another discussion.

    But, I would rather you figure out how to earn enough money to live the type of life that you want to live versus cutting all of the enjoyment out of your life to fit what other people believe your "means" are.

    Hope that clears things up. 🙂

  2. People are misunderstanding his comment "living within your means"…he's not saying don't live on a budget but you just because you make $20k a year doesn't mean you have to stay at $20k a year.

  3. I see a lot of people have a problem with the" living within your means"comment. I think it depends on who you are talk about a person with debt or person who is debt free and try to build wealth. This video is full of great information.

  4. Thank you so much for the awesome content! I am planning on getting into real estate investing. However, i am currently in student loan debt. I will have it paid off w/i the next 5 yrs. Do you think that I should begin real estate investing (& possibly get into more debt) as i pay off my student loan debt? Or should i put all my energies toward paying off my student loans & simply educate myself on real estate THEN begin investing in real estate?
    I hold your advice at high esteem. Thanks in advance (:

  5. I really enjoyed this show, but I can't agree with not living within your means, any amount of money can be blown if you don't handle it right.

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