The Unconstrained Podcast (Myles Wakeham)


Join us on the journey towards financial independence and being unconstrained. Your host, Myles Wakeham, explores the art of financial sustainability and individual sovereignty resulting in a debt free lifestyle. If you want to be challenged by a contrarian, think outside the box and go against the grain, this show is for you. Myles has spent his life doing the polar opposite of the "social mantra" in multiple countries and this has resulted in extraordinary results. Open your mind to thinking different, and getting MUCH better results for your finance, freedom and family.

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EP185 - Does your home make you money?

Robert Kiyosaki, author of Rich Dad Poor Dad stated, ‘ Your house is not an asset. Rather it is a liability.’ Whereas I agree with this statement, as a contrarian I have to see this more of a challenge rather than statement of fact. In this episode I want to explore how you can make your home an asset rather than a liability. Cheap Crypto Miner: Music income: Stock photography income: Dividend Bull YouTube channel: Sure Dividend champions list:

Mar 19
EP184A - Everything's a Ponzi Scheme

I am recording this episode at a time when the banking stocks are crashing, people panicking that their deposits may be gone without their control, inflation continues to reveal its truth and there seems to be no upside in the economy today. Why? It is because EVERYTHING is a Ponzi scheme.

Mar 15
EP184 - The biggest mistake most people make in hard times

* * It is no secret that the western world is going through economic hard times right now.  It might not feel that way if you look at the stock markets, but the average family is dealing with company lay-offs and wage reductions, while costs are souring due to economic mismanagement by central planners.  As a result, the average person has to find a way to do more with less.  But few are well trained in this, and most will make what can often be considered fatal mistakes in how they attempt to remedy this situation. *   * * Referenced video: *  

Mar 12
EP183 - The Renter's Bill of Wrongs

On January 25th 2023, the world of smart income took a big hit in the form of the Biden Administration’s ‘Blueprint for a Renters Bill of Rights’. This bill, which would likely be an executive order by the president, attempts to address the rental housing affordability crisis as they would see it, reduce homelessness and other progressive ideals. But the unintended consequences of such a bill would destroy freedom, reduce housing affordability, penalize independent rental property ownership , eliminate the biggest part of smart income for financial sustainability, and constrain all of us to the world of predictable worker slaves until the day we die.  

Mar 05
EP182 - Having a job is extremely dangerous to your health

Today I want to talk to you about the extreme danger of having a job. Or even thinking that Jobs are a good thing. Because it seems that the wizards of hypnosis and social manipulation - the governments and bankers - are at it again, lying and championing their success based on jobs. So ask yourself this - if you had the perfect life, would it include the crappy job you are forced to spend 75% of your waking life going to each day?

Feb 26
EP181 - Finding freedom in tightly coupled systems

In the world of computer software, we design code based on what we call ‘tight’ or ‘loose’ coupling. Tightly coupled systems make assumptions about what they connect to – that they are stable and predictable. Loosely coupled systems better account for flexibility and change. However when I look at the world today, I see the 21st century is the result of humans building ONLY tightly coupled systems. In this episode, I’m going to deep dive what this means and why it leads to this boom & bust world that we are all being subjected to.

Feb 19
EP180 - Tipping

On a recent trip to Las Vegas, a friend of mine & I commented on the state of tipping. As someone who came from a country where tipping is not customary or expected, it was a culture shock to an immigrant in the USA. However there are pros & cons for tipping, so in this episode I want to deep dive the culture of tipping and how to protect yourself from vultures, yet incentivize the individual.

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Feb 12
EP179 - Travel hacking in 2023

I do a lot of traveling, and with at least one international flight per month and peppering in the odd domestic route, there’s a lot I’ve learned with decades of international travel experience. In this episode, I’m going to give you my current tips & tricks to make your traveling super cheap or free in 2023.

1h 16m
Feb 05
EP178 - How not to be pwned

The press loves to have a field day when some service we rely on gets hacked. In this episode, I’m going to tell you how to have a smaller attack footprint – that is how to not be a target in this digital world, how we got to this point and what we can do going forward.

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Jan 29
EP177 - Technology - A cautionary tale

For as long as I have been alive, technology has shaped our world.  In fact, it created my wealth since I bought the first commercially available personal computer in 1977 – I turned it into a career.  But after over 40 years of being a part of that world, there’s something going on in the road forward now that is unusual, scary and you need to know about this if you intend to be a part of that industry, or someone that is punting on massive returns in that sector.

Jan 22
EP176 - Spending NO money in 10 days

In this episode, I’m going to take you on a little journey with me – an experiment that I’ve just undertaken successfully, to spend NO money in 10 days.  All during the most spend-heavy time of the year – the December Christmas period.  Why?  Because I wanted to prove just how insane society in the USA has gotten regarding consumption and why this will ultimately lead to a horrible ending.

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Jan 15
EP175 - Understanding cashflow vs. investing

The biggest misconception that most people chasing financial independence is that it is all about investing. They do everything to save as much money and invest it. Yet 90% of those doing this are not experts in investing. They just put the money in the hands of counterparties to invest for them and hope & pray. Then get back to earning money to put more money in those investments. In this episode we are going to explain the weaknesses in this approach and why it won’t help you unless you know what you are doing.

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Jan 08
EP174 - Getting busy in 2023

Rather than the typical predictions of 2023, or new years resolutions, I've recorded this podcast to talk about action.  What I'm doing in 2023, and why.  Enjoy.

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Jan 01
December 29, 2022 - Security Camera AI Dr. Daniel Reichman and Berkeley SkyDeck Caroline Winnett

Dr. Daniël Reichman - CEO and co-founder of Ai-RGUS        If Duke University has this problem with its security 2000 cameras, probably somebody else has that problem too. So, I ran with an idea that wasn't even mine. We use AI to make sure security cameras are working. Recent estimates say there are 900 million cameras in the world. So, lots of potential problems. Dr. Daniël Reichman is the CEO and Chief Scientist of Ai-RGUS, an AI startup which provides a software solution to security camera systems. Ai-RGUS automatically verifies that security cameras are producing the video they were intended to capture, thereby ensuring video evidence will be available after an incident has occurred. Ai-RGUS is commercializing AI software that Dr. Reichman’s lab at Duke University developed for the institution, at the request of the administration. With over 24 university publications, Dr. Reichman obtained his doctorate in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Duke University in 2017—a program fully funded by the U.S. Army Research Office. He has successfully completed consulting projects, including the development of software to assist in reading more than 10,000 pages which needed to be summarized, and developing software to automate aspects of financial projection for New York Life Insurance’s portfolio of liabilities. Caroline Winnett - Executive Director at Berkeley SkyDeck Our mission is to be the world's top global accelerator. Caroline Winnett is the executive director of UC Berkeley’s startup accelerator and founder of its VC fund. As a serial entrepreneur, she co-founded neuromarketing company Neurofocus, which was acquired by Nielsen, and has been in the New York Times and Business Insider By now, we all know that women and minority-led companies need more funding, but there’s another gap-closing tool that Caroline swears by: finding a mentor. Few founders have one (22%, but nearly 70% of companies noticed a rise in productivity due to mentorship. From introducing you to valuable connections to sharing tips on getting VCs to take you seriously as a woman or person of color, mentors are like a cheat code!

Dec 30, 2022
December 27, 2022 – Digistore24 Sven Platte and HR Hints Roza Szafranek

Sven Platte - Founder of Digistore24                     You need very little money to start an online business, you just need to find services like Digistore24 to help you scale. Sven Platte is the founder and CEO of Digistore24, the industry leader in Europe in the online sales platforms space. The company offers technology solutions for online entrepreneurs such as an integrated online store, affiliate networks, payment processing, and tax automation. The platform Digistore24 enables thousands of coaches, consultants and other online entrepreneurs to focus on their core business while they take care of the rest: technology, administration, integration of platforms and payments. As an investor, he is more than just his projects - he is committed to the development of other companies in the music, energy and fintech sectors. He is also the founder and host of SvenCast, a popular podcast and YouTube channel where he interviews entrepreneurs, business leaders, entertainers, and athletes about their stories and insights into building successful brands. Sven's mission is to help people monetize their passion by driving digital innovation. Roza Szafranek - CEO of HR Hints HR Hints is the first company which offers human resources as a monthly subscription. Roza Szafranek is the Founder & CEO of HR Hints, the first HR boutique operating in a subscription model, dedicated to startups and fast-growing tech companies. Together with her team, she has supported over 50 startups, teaching leaders how to be better with people and effectively develop companies. She shows founders and managers how to run companies based on engaged teams that deliver. Roza helps to build superior organizations of the type dreamed of by founders and managers. She cooperated and still cooperates with companies such as Ramp Network, Infermedica, Packhelp, Omnipack, Telemedi, inSTREAMLY, Zowie, Aleph Zero, ShopRunner, Inovo Venture Partner and Innovation Nest. She is a mentor of InCredibles, Sebastian Kulczyk’s mentoring program, a winner of the HR Pearls competition and the title of Recruiter of the Year 2018. She is featured in the Strong Women in IT Global Edition 2021 report. Roza is the author of both industry and academic articles, co-author of books, and a conference speaker. In addition, she runs the People from Work podcast.

Dec 27, 2022
EP173 - Last minute tax saving tips for 2022

Tis the season to be grabbing all those last minute tax saving deductions you can, and in this episode that's what we are talking about.  So buckle in and take some notes, because you don't have much time left.

Dec 25, 2022
December 22, 2022 - Self-Employed Life Jeffrey Shaw and Recording Superstar Peruquois

Jeffrey Shaw - job title and Author of The Self-Employed Life: Business and Personal Development Strategies That Create Sustainable Success  This quote will be added soon, sorry! Jeffrey Shaw became one of the most preeminent portrait photographers in the United States. His on-location style and fine craftsmanship made him the go-to photographer for families of C-suite executives of Anheuser-Busch, Twitter, and many others, Supermodel Stephanie Seymour, news anchors Jim Nantz and David Bloom, sports icons Tom Seaver, Pat Riley, and Wall Street executives too many to mention. His portraits appeared on The Oprah Show, CBS News, in People and O Magazine and hang at Harvard University and The Norman Vincent Peale Center. After 35 years of exceptional service to his exclusive clientele, Jeffrey decided to share his knowledge of business, branding, and marketing to support self-employed and small business owners as well as progressive-minded companies. He's an in-demand keynote speaker at conferences such as HOW Design, Growth Marketing, corporations the likes of Verizon and BMW, and institutions such as Florida Atlantic University and the Adams Center for Entrepreneurship. Jeffrey is also the author of two books, LINGO and The Self-Employed Life, a LinkedIn Learning instructor, and a regular contributor to various publications. In 2014, Jeffrey started a podcast, Creative Warriors, later rebranded as The Self-Employed Life which is amongst the top 15% of all podcasts.  Peruquois - Recording Artist and Healer      This quote will be added soon, sorry! Around the world, she fills huge stadiums, arenas and concert halls bigger than Radio City Music Hall and Carnegie Hall—often averaging 6,000 a night! But in North America, she is still a mystery to be discovered! Peruquois (pronounced Peru-Kua)—she is called by one name only—is a phenomenon in herself. Bringing forth an extraordinary healing sound that is part singing in a range never heard before on the planet, part multidimensional healing, part evoking the feminine goddess within all women—Peruquois stands alone. There is no one else like her. She is the world leader in applied spirituality for women. International recording star, renowned wisdom teacher, accomplished female shaman, master of multicultural music from jazz to Indian Classic to a sound uniquely her own, Peruquois opens women to a part of themselves often long buried, or maybe never even discovered. She is committed to helping women experience a true deep love of themselves. Using an ultra-high/low overtone form of singing she developed, Peruquois can produce up to four voices at a time! A unique sound that has been scientifically-tested to heal in many concerts conducted with her. But it’s her remarkable story of how this voice unfolded that is so compelling! Losing her father to a fishing accident at three only began the first of her travails. At 11, she had both legs detached above the knee and then reattached in a botched surgery designed to cure genetic hip rotation, nearly disabling her. Her suffering committed her to rising above pain to focus on living fully and finding the love within. She left home at 15 to find her own way and despite parental disapproval, she turned to her passion to sing as a career. In just one year, she covered 10 years of music education –and, at 19, passed the exams to enter the Western Australia Academy of Performing Arts as a jazz vocalist.

Dec 23, 2022
December 21, 2022 - Without a Plan Jeremy Delk and Get Local Hila Nissim

Jeremy Delk - Serial Entrepreneur and Author of Without a Plan: A Memoir of Unbound Action and Failing My Way to Success               This quote will be added soon, sorry! Jeremy Delk is a serial entrepreneur with a passion for disrupting industries. Born and raised in a small-town, blue-collar household, he jumped into entrepreneurial ventures with the naivety of a child and the tenacity of a tycoon. Since 2001, Jeremy’s businesses have earned hundreds of millions in revenue, created hundreds of high-paying American jobs, and earned one of Inc. 500’s fastest-growing company distinctions. Now focused on investing in and advising entrepreneurs, Jeremy shares the good, bad, and ugly of entrepreneurship. While great times don’t last forever, neither do the truly bad ones. He jumped into entrepreneurial ventures with the naivety of a child and the tenacity of a tycoon. He started the day trading at the age of sixteen, learning and failing with each trade. It is this process of adapting through failures that is paramount to his success in business. After high school, he attended college in Rhode Island under a business & marketing scholarship. However, he spent most of his class time using his palm pilot to day trade. By the age of 19, he earned 30K to 50K a day as a day trader from the desk of his college classroom. He felt invincible! As quickly as the money came, it vanished just as fast. After amassing almost 2 million in his early twenties as a day trader, it took him only four days to lose it all! The tech bubble has a way of making people go broke quickly. To make ends meet, he began renting apartments, earning commissions on the sales. As luck would have it, one of the people was a newly relocated executive at Fidelity in Boston. His knowledge and skill as a day trader would help him land a job as one of the youngest brokers at Fidelity trading institutional equities in Boston and later in New York. He was earning great money, but it didn’t fulfill the entrepreneurial spark within him, so he decided to go out on his own. Hila Nissim - CMO of BLEND Localization This quote will be added soon, sorry! Hila Nissim is CMO of BLEND Localization. BLEND will be launched a SaaS startup program. The program is called First Stamp and it was designed to fuel startup growth. The program will help startups expand into an additional market to tap into a new consumer base, provide access to investors and more. Given the recessionary environment, startups are cutting back on activities. Geo-expansion is expensive but rewarding and BLEND is looking to support 10-15 startups (value of $100K) to boost their presence.

Dec 23, 2022
December 20, 2022 - Waze Founder Uri Levine and Auto AI Barrett Young

Uri Levine - Co-Founder of Waze and Author of Fall in Love with the Problem, Not the Solution: A Handbook for Entrepreneurs           If you are afraid to fail, in reality, you have already failed. Uri Levine is a passionate entrepreneur and disruptor, a two-time ‘unicorn’ builder (Duocorn). He is co-founder of Waze, the world's largest community-based driving traffic and navigation app, which was acquired by Google for $1.1 billion in 2013, and former investor and board member in Moovit, ‘Waze of public transportation’, which was acquired by Intel for $1 Billion in 2020. Levine has built more than a dozen startups and has seen everything ranging from failure, midlevel success, to immense success. Unicorns—companies that reach a valuation of more than $1 billion—are rare. Uri Levine has built two. Levine is co-founder of Waze, —the world’s leading commuting and navigation app with more than 700 million users to date which Google acquired in 2013 for $1.15 billion—and his second unicorn, Moovit. Dubbed “the Waze of public transportation,” Moovit was sold for $1 billion to Intel in 2020. In his new book, Fall in Love with the Problem, Not the Solution: A Handbook for Entrepreneurs, with a foreword by Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, Levine reveals the formula and key components of building a successful start-up that drove those companies to compete with industry veterans and giants alike. Significant tech companies in the world today—Tesla, Waze, WhatsApp, Facebook, Uber, Netflix—were start-ups not that long ago, but Levine believes the next generation of entrepreneurs will make an even bigger impact. As a mentor and teacher, Levine intends to help entrepreneurs disrupt inefficient markets and improve under-functioning services, to focus on solving society-wide problems while saving consumers time and money. Barrett Young - Senior VP Fleet Safety Strategy at Netradyne     Our automobile driving artificial intelligence has almost 37,000 years’ worth of training. Barrett Young is a strategic and innovative leader with half a decade in fleet safety and fleet management technology and over a decade of integrated marketing experience for both B2B SaaS and B2C companies. He has developed and led strategic go-to-market initiatives of advanced safety technology and the roll-out of the ELD mandate. He is passionate about GTM analysis and has a fury for big thinking and innovation that scale companies and revenue. With roads increasingly more crowded with delivery drivers and commercial vehicles, driver safety is top of mind for everyone. Between road risks and driver safety concerns, small and medium businesses (SMBs) with fleets face unique challenges in today’s climate. In fact, a recent survey revealed that two-thirds (66%) of decision makers at SMBs with fewer than 1,000 employees and five or more vehicles in their commercial fleets are making financial decisions based on immediate needs instead of safety. Smart tech and A.I. driving solutions may make staying on top of driver safety and saving money easier for these owners. With businesses making safety a priority for their fleet of drivers, this keeps all drivers safe on the road.

Dec 23, 2022
December 19, 2022 - Data Capture Will Robinson and What is Economy Eric Johnson

Will Robinson - CEO at Encapture                 Start with one very specific area, nail it, get a bunch of customer feedback, show that you have strong product market fit, and then bring on great people to help you scale that. Will Robinson is the CEO at Encapture, a high-growth SaaS platform that helps banks automatically extract important information from documents. Launched 20 years ago in Dallas, Texas, Encapture helps companies such as Wells Fargo, Frost Bank and Truist save time and money by using machine learning to process large amounts of data. Since joining the fast-growing company in 2019, Will has assembled a strong team of individuals that shares his passion for fintech and AI banking, ensuring sustainable growth, achieving innovative excellence and tripling revenue. He leads Encapture with an emphasis and passion for company culture and setting a high standard of excellence for a team that is constantly learning and excelling. Encapture’s user-friendly automation empowers banks to save valuable time and reduce compliance risk by processing documents efficiently and accurately in an easily accessible format. Instead of getting bogged down with quarterly compliance and regulatory audits, they can put a greater focus on delivering an exceptional customer experience and boosting satisfaction. Best of all, no technical expertise is required to utilize and reap the benefits of the Encapture platform thanks to the power of sophisticated machine learning AI. Before joining Encapture, Will held several executive management positions at Dynata, the largest market research data company with over 3,000 clients in 40+ countries. While at Dynata, he led the company’s global product development teams and pioneered the use of automated research and integrated data within the industry. Prior to Dynata, Will was an investment professional at The Carlyle Group, one of the world’s largest and most successful investment firms. He helped to source, conduct due diligence and manage technology and business services investments on behalf of the firm’s $14 billion US buyout fund. He also worked closely with Carlyle’s portfolio companies to execute various financial and strategic initiatives. Will began his career in the investment banking division of J.P. Morgan. He received a Bachelor of Business Administration from Baylor University, where he was a Carr P. Collins Scholar. Today, he lives in Dallas with wife and two sons, and is involved in leadership roles at several community organizations. Eric Johnson Angel Investor and Author of What The Hell Is an Economy?: 2nd Edition Interest rates have remained too low for too long which led to too much speculation and excessive borrowing. I think we are due for a correction. Eric Johnson is the founder/CEO of a software engineering firm and a successful entrepreneur. After selling his firm, he focused on “angel investing” and has invested in more than 50 start-up firms in a variety of industries. He has served on several boards of both profit and non-profit organizations. Eric holds a bachelor's degree in engineering from Harvey Mudd College and master’s degree in electrical engineering from San Diego State University. In 2007, a surprise call from his broker expressing concerns about the economy enabled Eric to make financial decisions that allowed his family to weather the Great Recession. Never wanting to feel financially vulnerable again, he set out on a 15-year journey of empowerment, namely the self-education of finance and economics. In “What the Hell is an Economy,” Eric shares his accumulated knowledge and practical experience so you too will become similarly empowered to make better financial decisions.

Dec 23, 2022
December 16, 2022 - Year-End Checklist Jeff Miller, Social Hire Tony Restell, and Counterfeit Prevention Kathi Vidal & Paul DelPonte

Jeff Miller - Top 15 Private Wealth Advisors at Northwestern Mutual     Make a yearend financial checklist and review what you did in 2022, determine how you did in relation to your early year expectations and then get a positive start to 2023. Jeff Miller is one of the Top 15 Private Wealth Advisors at Northwestern Mutual every year since 2007 out of 6,400+ advisors. Jeff built his reputation through holistic financial planning and investment management. His process has been incorporated throughout Miller Financial Services as he seeks to first understand the uniqueness of each client’s situation, followed by a thorough analysis, organization, and execution with regular monitoring of each individualized plan and portfolio. As 2022 is coming to an end, it’s not too late to make sure your finances are in check ahead of the new year. Especially as the season of giving has arrived, a year-end financial checklist can help you achieve whatever goals you’ve set for yourself that you have not yet fulfilled. If you are struggling to get your spending plan to where you desire, a Northwestern Mutual financial expert can give tangible tips and tricks to help you stay motivated through the rest of the year as well as what to investigate when starting your year-end financial checklist. Tony Restell - Founder of Social-Hire        Try and get out in the market and sell whatever your product as quickly as you possibly can! Tony Restell is the Founder of Social-Hire, a leading UK social media marketing agency that helps businesses turn social media into a consistent source of leads and sales within 90 days. They have helped thousands of clients grow their businesses using social media at less than a 1/3 of the cost they would pay to hire an in-house social media manager. Before starting Social-Hire, Tony built and sold Top-Consultant, a successful job board business that served clients like Amazon, Microsoft, Google, and Coca-Cola, to the Daily Mail Group. He is also a guest speaker at dozens of leading business schools across Europe on how MBA students and alumni can leverage social media to further their careers or launch thriving businesses. Kathi Vidal - Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Director of the United States Patent and Trademark Office  and Paul DelPonte - Head the National Crime Prevention Council Worldwide, the impact of counterfeit goods is about $1 trillion. And Los Angeles city alone it cost $483 million in lost taxes and 100,000 lost jobs.  [caption id="attachment_49990" align="alignright" width="150"] Kathi Vidal[/caption] The holiday hustle and bustle are in full swing as shoppers search for this year’s best steals and deals. The good news, discounts are expected to hit record highs for popular categories such as electronics, computers, and toys according to Adobe’s online-shopping forecast. However, scammers are looking to take advantage of American consumers as fears of a looming recession increase, and people tighten their purse strings leading up to the Holidays. These criminals are on the prowl both online and off looking to entice consumers with even lower-cost price tags attached to dangerous counterfeit products. This is especially true online as sales are expected to grow by 2.5% throughout December. The rise of e-commerce has led to an increase in sales and purchases of duped products. McGruff the Crime Dog®, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and the National Crime Prevention Council (NCPC) are alerting people to these scams and educating them on how to spot the red flags this holiday season. Kathi Vidal is Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Director of the United States Patent and Trademark Office. She leads one of the largest intellectual property (IP) offices in the world, with more than 13,000 employees and an annual budget of more than $4 billion. She is the principal IP advisor to the President and the Administration, through the Secretary of Commerce, and is focused on incentivizing and protecting U.S. innovation, entrepreneurship, and creativity. Paul DelPonte is an accomplished nonprofit leader, award-winning consumer advocate, and pioneering communicator. Paul was appointed to head the National Crime Prevention Council in 2021. The nonprofit National Crime Prevention Council is home to McGruff the Crime Dog® and has helped generations of Americans Take A Bite Out Of Crime® through public education campaigns and advocating for public policies to make the U.S. safer. The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is the federal agency for granting U.S. patents and registering trademarks. For more information, visit and

Dec 23, 2022
EP172 - What they don’t tell you about maintaining multiple residencies & passports

There are dozens of advocates on the Internet, YouTube, Podcasts, etc. that tell you to get second or third residencies, multiple passports, etc. But few will ever disclose the level of effort to maintain these things. In this episode, I’m going to tell you my own challenges with these things over time, and what is required as a US person to be compliant and yet have the freedom of movement to be unconstrained.

Dec 18, 2022
December 12, 2022 135 Patents Sebastien Lagree and Get the Money Rhea Wong

December 12, 2022 135 Patents Sebastien Lagree and Get the Money Rhea Wong

Dec 12, 2022
EP171 - In the spirit of...

I came to a realization recently that most of the reasons you are broke, hopeless, and can’t get out of the rut we find ourselves in, is because we make decisions based on the spirit of something, but then we come face to face with the reality of implementation. So let’s talk about that.

Dec 11, 2022
December 9, 2022 Its Golden Julie Wald, Jack & Show your Value Patti Phillips and Tort Reform Ti

December 9, 2022 Its Golden Julie Wald, Jack & Show your Value Patti Phillips and Tort Reform Tiger Joyce

Dec 09, 2022
December 8, 2022 Celebrating King Tuts 100th Adam von Gootkin and Financial Fast Track Dr. Keith

December 8, 2022 Celebrating King Tuts 100th Adam von Gootkin and Financial Fast Track Dr. Keith Johnson

Dec 08, 2022
December 6, 2022 Entrepreneur Mag Editor-in-Chief Jason Feifer and Innovators Handbook Hussain

December 6, 2022 Entrepreneur Mag Editor-in-Chief Jason Feifer and Innovators Handbook Hussain

Dec 06, 2022
December 5, 2022 Mr. Austria Ronny Leber and Relentless Quest for Value Derek Lidow

December 5, 2022 Mr. Austria Ronny Leber and Relentless Quest for Value Derek Lidow

Dec 06, 2022
EP170 - Healthcare strategies

I haven't done an episode on Health insurance and healthcare for a while, but realized that with more indepth knowledge and information on Mexico options - not just for surgeries but general and emergency healthcare, I need to update what I'm doing with my health strategies, why and how you might also be able to benefit with this knowledge.

1h 18m
Dec 04, 2022
December 2, 2022 Airline Owner Andrew Schmertz and E-Commerce Broker Ben Leonard

December 2, 2022 Airline Owner Andrew Schmertz and E-Commerce Broker Ben Leonard

Dec 01, 2022