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How To Get "WealthFit" In 2019 with Andy Proper

This is a very special episode of the Get WealthFit show and we're going to disrupt the typical show format a little bit. The reason why is it is launch week here at WealthFit.com. Our entire team has been working round the clock in both our offices, in Hawaii and San Diego. We've been gearing up for what's about to happen thisWednesday, January 23rd at 12:00 noon Eastern Time. I'm going to tell you exactly what that is and how you can be a part of it. I’ve got to tell you, we're giving away over $10,000 cash to celebrate. I'll tell you how you can be a part of that too.

Dustin
I've got Andy Proper here with me. He's the CEO and the Founder of WealthFit. He is in our Hawaii office and I'm here in our San Diego office where we record the podcasts.With that said, Andy, welcome to the show.
Andy
Thank you, Dustin. It is so great to be here celebrating the biggest week in the entire two-year history of our company.We appreciate you all so much for tuning in every week and for giving us such good feedback. The iTunes chartsis a tough nut to crack. It's hard for a brand-new show to hit the top 200, but it's because of you guys that this show has already reached this high as the number three investing podcast in the world and the top 30 in the business category. I'll speak for both Dustin and myself in sending out a massive thank you for reading and for giving us those five-star ratings. Keep them coming.
Dustin
We spent a lot of time before in Andy’s story and we're not going to do that. He was in episode two way back. If you haven't read that episode yet, definitely put that on your list to get to know Andy and the story. To give you a little preview of that, we talked about how Andy went from $35,000 in credit card debt years ago. Starting, growing and selling three different companies to investing everything from real estate, private loans to oil and gas, to restaurants.Now, leading one of the coolest and fastest growing eLearning startups in the world, which is WealthFit. You'll get all of those insights and more.His ups and downs along the way and tips for being more productive. There's a lot in that show, so make sure to check it out. That's not the focus now. We're not going to talk about Andy personally. Instead, what I want to go is what's happening. Andy, what is happening?
Andy
What's happening is that we're launching an entirely new WealthFit.com website on Wednesday, 12:00 Eastern 9:00 AM Pacific. Why our audience should care?Why everyone should care is that with this new site, we've made it simple for anyone who wants to get out of debt, make more money, do the best, smartest andsafest things with your money. Launch your own business to get this specific knowhow,the tools and the guidance that they need to do so. Our goal with this new site is nothing short of changing the way forever that people are able to learn about money, investing and entrepreneurship. It's packed with hundreds of bite-sizedmini-lessons that you can read on the go and inspiring audio training and most importantly, step-by-step video courses taught by some of the best investors and entrepreneurs in the world.
We wanted to make topics like getting out of debt, launching a business, beginning to invest in real estate, stocks and other assets. Mapping out a clear-cut path to retirement, hopefully, early retirement. All fun and easy to learn so that anyone can develop a financial skill set that allows them to achieve these things and to build real lasting wealth for themselves and their families. We're making it all available for about 1/100th of the cost of a typical college education. It is a site that you can access anytime from your phone or your computer. The learning experience is personalized to you and to your individual goals so that you control exactly what you learn and when you learn so that you can get the specific results that you want. We are beyond excited.
Dustin
This is a massive project that's taken us close to a year. I'd say about $500,000, we constructed a stateoftheart film studio in our San Diego office. It's involved close to about 150 people, including some well-known investors, entrepreneurs and amazing people that you've definitely heard of. Andy, I'm pretty excited about this but I should ask because you're the boss. Do you want to tell them about the $10,000 giveaway or should we save it?
Andy
Let's do it. We've been giving away cash every weekday at WealthFit.com. We've already given away over $2,500. We have another $7,500 to give out. If you haven't yet, make sure you head over to the website and enter that giveaway.
Dustin
We're running this giveaway to celebrate a little bit. We want to build some excitement and kickoff this brand new WealthFitMovement. If you like a little extra cash to kickstart your year, maybe knock out some bills, launch a new businessor even a side hustle.Maybe you want to start investing or go to have some fun with your family, then go ahead and enter the giveaway at WealthFit.com. Andy, I want to stop because I know I get excited, I know you get excited too. I want to define clearly what we mean when we say the word wealth. This forms the context of our entire company and we have an unusual definition. It's important that you, me andthe audience of the show are on the same page.I allude to this in the intro we have for the episode for the show but Andy, you were the first to make it a point of this at our company. You say it best.I said all that to say, what exactly is wealth?
Andy
When most people hear the word wealth, their minds go straight to money and to the things that money can buy, cars, boats and stuff like that. When we use the word wealth here at WealthFit, when you see it on our website or in the title of this podcast, when you hear it in one of our courses, when we talk about it as the goal that we're here to help you achieve, what we mean by that is an abundance of three things: money, time and influence. Influence meaning significant contribution to the lives of the people; your kids, family, friends and the causes;your church, charities and so on that you care about the most.We believe that a wealthy life is one that's rich in relationships and significant in contribution to other people's lives.
The more money you have and especially the more time you have, the more you're able to influence those people and the causes that you're passionate about. It's all interconnected and it's a lot more than money that we're talking about. When you've got an abundance of all three of those things, money, time andinfluence,it’s when you're truly wealthy. We called our company WealthFit because our mission is to train you so that you're fit and capable of producing wealth in your life.We can't make you rich, but we can absolutely help boost your financial IQ and your skill set when it comes to making, investing, managing money and running an awesome business that over time provides you and your family with a wealthy life.One that's abundant in money, time and influence
Dustin
I like to think of our mission like this.If someone's goal was to lose twenty pounds this year so they can fit into a wedding dress, then what's the fastest, most effective way to make that happen? It's not go on some fad diet. It's to find a physical trainer who can teach you skills and exercises that are not only going to help you achieve that immediate goal but one that you can carry with you for a lifetime. It's the same thing with your financial goals as your physical goals. If your goal is to generate $20,000 a month in passive income so that you can live the lifestyle you want to live, what's the fastest most effective way to make that happen? It's definitely not some get-rich-quick scheme.It’s to find someone, a wealth trainer or a team even better wealth trainers, who can teach you financial and entrepreneurial skills that no one can evertake that away from you. That's what we've put together here at WealthFit.com. A world-class team of wealth trainers who are waiting to get people into shape wealthwise.We should take an important step back because every good business,in my opinion, exists to solve a problem. The problem that WealthFitexists to solve happens to be a massive one. It's one everyone can relate to. Can you talk about why you created this company and the vision for this new website and the problem we're solving for everyone joining the show?
Andy
Part of the problem is that if we're honest, most of our parents and most schools do a pretty lousy job teaching us about money. Most people never learn anything about money, investing or entrepreneurship from their parents. I didn't. If you learn anything in school, most likely it was from a professor who's never built a business, invested in real estate, created any kind of passive income or anything like that. You're learning textbook stuff in schoolif you're learning anything at all. I'm not blaming parents. I love my parents. They did the best they could. I'm not blaming schools. I had some amazing teachers too. You can't expect a teacher who's making $50,000 or $60,000 a year to be able to show you how to make $1 million a year because they've never done it. I've found that very little of what I learned in school and college as a business minor has ever come into play over the course of building and selling three companies, now building WealthFit and building wealth personally for myself, my wife and our kids.
Most of us are kicked into the real world after high school or college and we're left to figure out life, money and our careers in business all on our own through some pretty painful trial and error. If your parents and your school did a pretty bad job teaching you about money and how to get ahead in life, that's a problem. What most people do about it when they're in their mid-20s to mid-30s, a lot of people try to solve that problem by getting a financial advisor. Someone who supposedly knows more than them and can tell them what to do. The problem there is that a lot of financial advisors are only trained to sell you certain products that they're going to make a commission on. Why would a financial advisor ever recommend that you go invest in real estate when there is nothing in it for them and they probably know nothing about real estate because they've never bought any real estate themselves?
Dustin
You've got a story about that. I'm thinking of the one about the wealthy financial advice industry.
Andy
I can't remember if I told this story back in episode two of the show or not. When I was 21 years old,in my senior year in college, I was applying for all kinds of jobs. One of them was a financial advisor position in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. I went in for the interview. They made me take a little course and I passed the test. They were ready to hire me on at that point as a certified financial advisor. I didn't end up taking that job because I moved to Hawaii but that opened my eyes to how backward that industry can be. I was 21 years old. I was in no position to be advising anyone what to do with their money. The fact that they were ready to hire me on to do so because I passed a little test has always been crazy to me.
Dustin
I find it an incredibly crazy and this is all context for why WealthFit is so badly needed. If you're not getting an education that's going to set you up for success financially from your parents, I didn't either and you're not getting it from schools and financial advisors can be experienced or biased towards certain products or whatever the case may be, then what do you do?
Andy
I know for me personally, I wanted to figure this stuff out. I was pretty proactive in my 20s and 30s and nothing like WealthFit existed. I read a lot of books, trying to put the pieces together. I read Rich Dad Poor Dad. That was an awesome book andan outlier. I read a ton of other books on business, real estate and personal finance. I listened to the Dave Ramseys and the Suze Ormans. I was reading personal finance blogs trying to figure out the best way to pay off the debt I was in. The problem I found was that the advice that I got from these blogs, books and radio shows often conflicted with one another. I didn't know exactly what to believe. Now, that I'm older and I've had some success in business and investing, I recognize that a lot of it with the exception of Rich Dad Poor Dad, was all pretty traditional scarcity-minded, financial advice,“Create a budget and watch where every penny goes. Pay down your mortgage as quickly as you can. All debt is bad, go cut up your credit cards, sock money into a 401(k)and create a portfolio of stocks, bonds and mutual funds.”I realized now that there's this massive multibillion-dollar market for financial advice like this,but the advice isn't all that good. It's all traditional financial education.
If you follow traditional education naturally, you're going to end up where people traditionally end up, which look around you. Most people are stressed about money their whole life, investing in stocks, bonds and mutual funds if they're doing any investing at all. Most people aren't retiring until they're in their 60s. They're hoping that they don't outlive whatever savings they have and then they're leaving whatever's left to their kids and grandkids at the end.That’s no good. We made it our mission to create a single site,WealthFit.com, where you can go anytime to learn all the things he never learned in school, from your parents, financial advisor about money investing and entrepreneurship. We've gone out and tracked down some of the best money makers, investors and successful people out there. We've worked with them to extract what they know and create training that's fun, simple, easy to understand and most importantly actionable for anyone who wants to see real transformation in their life. We've essentially curated and we're actively curating the best advice out there on money and business so that people don't have to worry about what book to read next or what podcast to listen to, what's real and what's not.We're doing all that legwork in vetting so that you can show up, sign up, start taking courses and implementing.
Dustin
It was this vision that attracted me to WealthFit and led to the creation of this podcast and my involvement in other ways. I saw what Andy and WealthFit were doing and I knew I wanted to be a part of this movement to revolutionize financial education and the way people are able to learn about money, investing and entrepreneurship.
Andy
I know for a fact that there were a dozen companies who wanted you. After you exited your last company, you could have joined any of them. You could have launched another venture on your own. You are not lacking incredible lucrative opportunities, but you chose WealthFit and we're grateful that you did.
Dustin
Andy, here's the reality.In building my last venture, I wish I had been savvier. I wish I had been smarter with my money. I did what a lot of entrepreneurs do because we're taught this way,“You hustle and you put everything into your business because one day you're going to get a payday.”That never came for me. I wish I had been smarter along the way. When I saw what WealthFit was doing I said, “I've got to educate and I've got to share.” I want to be part of something great. A company that’s not just selling products but that had a bigger, a more meaningful mission and to impart what I knew to others following a similar path to me.I also had a little selfish motive. I also saw this opportunity too to raise my own financial and business IQ almost as a byproduct of being here in this environment. Where we're constantly curating, analyzing and vetting all the advice out there and publishing only the best of the best.
For example, I've had the opportunity to sit down with so many amazing people that have decided to share their knowledge on WealthFit.Here's a little behind the scenes.Robert Kiyosaki, the author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, who was changed many people's lives. Than Merrill, I had a chance to work with and speak to. He's a former NFL football player and he's one of the top real estate investors in the nation. Danica Patrick, the most successful female race car driver of all time and a wildly successful entrepreneur. Jesse Itzler, who's one of the Co-owners of the Atlanta Hawks and Founder of Marquis Jet company, which by the way sold to Warren Buffett. Kevin Harrington from Shark Tank. Shannon Miller, who was a seven-time Olympic medalist and a cancer survivor who is an amazing business success story. There are so many other.
There are about 40 other incredible mind-blowing people.What's great about it is these are our WealthFit trainers, the people you're going to be learning from at WealthFit.com through powerful mini-lessons, audio training and a library of over 70 video courses. Andy, I want to tell everyone what some of these video courses are, but can you talk about the rigorous filter and the curation process that an idea or a financial strategy goes through before it's worthy of being a WealthFitcourse? Just so everyone knows that they're truly getting the best of the best when they join us.
Andy
I mentioned the problem with traditional financial advice.The typical stuff that you'll hear on TV, online or in a lot of books. If everyone's doing these things, then why aren't more people becoming wealthy? Why are the middle-class shrinking and the lower-class bigger than ever in America, while more and more wealth is amassed by the top 1% to 5%? I would argue that the top 1% to 5% simply knows things that everyone else doesn't. It wasn't always that way. People who have achieved wealth, that 1% to 5% were at one point born as blank slates like you and me. They went to the same schools. They were moving through life in the same direction as us, doing the same things.At some point, they split off on a little different path. They stopped doing what everybody else was doing. They challenged conventional wisdom, maybe started a business and they started making bold, nontraditional, unconventional moves in their life and with their money. This has to be true in order for them to have ended up where they're at.
I'm grateful and humbled to have quite a bit of abundance in money, time and influence in my life only because at age 25 or so, I had enough foresight to realize that if I continued on the path that I was on and working the job I was in, I was never going to get the results in life that I wanted for myself and my family. Never enough money to buy the things and the experiences that I wanted or have enough money to give to other people in a meaningful way. Never enough time to enjoy those experiences, travel or know that I could be there for every major event in my kids' lives. I realized this and so I split off on a path of entrepreneurship and little investments that led to larger and larger investments anda pretty good stream of passive income and wealth.
Over the course of this decade plus financial and the business journey that I've been on, I've been fortunate to meet a lot of other investors, entrepreneurs and wealthy people. Many of whom I've developed relationships with and have joined me to teach courses here on WealthFit.I've realized in interacting with these people over the past decade that wealthy people think differently than everybody else. Wealthy people don't create a budget and watch where every penny goes. They realize that every minute spent focused inward on a budget, containing, maintaining your financial situation, living within your means is a minute not spent focused outward on learning how to make more money and expand your means. Wealthy people are not typically in a hurry to get out of debt. Most wealthy people loved debt. They recognize the difference between good debt and bad debt. They leverage good debt to help them build wealth faster.
Wealthy people use credit to their advantage. They're not out there cutting up their credit cards. They believe credit is incredible when it's used properly. They maximize their access to credit in the form of credit cards, home equity lines and other debt lines so that they can move quickly on good opportunities and have that money available anytime they need it. Wealthy people have emergency rainy day savings, but we don't keep them in cash or in a savings account at a bank. We keep them in places like permanent life insurance policies where we can get access to it quickly in an emergency but where it's also earning high returns in the meantime.
Wealthy people don't make extra payments on their mortgage in an attempt to pay it down as quickly as they can because they understand the opportunity cost.If you have some extra cash, instead of paying down your mortgage at 4%, it's wiser to use that same money to go invest in something that makes you 10%. Wealthy people don't invest in stocks, bonds and mutual funds. That's not a balanced portfolio. A balanced portfolio is one where your money is invested safely across the four main asset classes. Paper is one of them, stocks, notes, real estate is the second, rental properties and so on. Commodities are the third like precious metals, oil, gas and businesses are the fourth, ones that preferably we have equity in and control over.That is the type of portfolio that we want to help people build here at WealthFit.
Wealthy people don't believe in saving for retirement. They believe in figuring out how much passive income they want to have in their life and then in committing to the discipline, training, sacrifice and the faith that it takes to get there as quickly as possible. Wealthy people are not okay leaving their kids with whatever cash is left at the end of their lives. They'd rather leave their kids with five rental properties each along with some financial knowhow that's going to carry on for generations. Wealthy people don't believe in giving 10% of their income to charity. They believe in giving 10% of their income to charity, also in aggressively growing their income so that that 10% equates to a lot more money. Wealthy people put a premium value on their time. We don't wait in line for an hour to get gas at Costco to save $0.10 a gallon.We don't do things that we can easily pay someone $10 or $15 an hour to do because our time is much better usedto learning and doing things that can potentially make us $1,000 an hour. Wealthy people don't believe the best investment is in the stock market, real estate or in any other traditional asset. Wealthy people believe the best investment is in yourself and in your education.
WealthFit was created so that anyone can train in these ways of the wealthy. You can learn from successful investors, entrepreneurs to adopt these mindsets and follow in their footsteps and shortcut your own path to wealth.Tony Robbins said, “If you want to achieve success, all you need to do is find a way to model those who have already succeeded.” That's the criteria that WealthFitcourses, audio training and mini-lessons have to meet. Any courses you take on our site, anything you hear orread has been vetted in the sense that it works. It created wealth for someone else and it's taught to you directly by that person. Oftentimes, this means it is nontraditional stuff that you'll never hear on mainstream media or in a book. That's exactly what makes it so powerful.
Dustin
You mentioned over 70 video courses available at WealthFit.com,each about an hour in length. They're all packed with tools, checklistsand cheat sheets you can download and use to help you implement the things you're learning. We've got over 70 audio training that you can listen to in your car or on the go. There are over 100 written mini-lessons that are awesome and that you can read through. We're adding new training almost daily and it all meets the stringent best of the best criteria that Andy described. We're incredibly proud of it and we can't wait for our podcast audience to join us. Could you walk through everyone through exactly what to expect and how they can get started with us?
Andy
If you want to join us or if you're even remotely curious, here's what you'll want to do on January 23rd at 12:00 noon Eastern. Go to WealthFit.com and you'll see a big pink button that says Get Started Now. Click it and you'll create a free account. After you do that, we're going to ask you a couple of questions about your financial goals and what you need most and how we can help you. We take that and we match it up to our entire library of courses, audios,mini-lessons and we present you with a personalized dashboard just for you. If you're familiar with Netflix, it looks a lot like that and we've arranged it so that at the top are specific training and tools that are going to help you accomplish what your financial goals are on the previous page. We have a free basic account level and we have a paid premium account level. At the basic level, you're going to get a single two-hourwealth building 101 course taught by me. At the premium level, that's where you'll unlock our entire library of 70 online video courses and counting. If you're looking to get yourself out of bad debt, we've got a step-by-step course on the fastest, most effective way to do that.
If you're looking to improve your credit score, we've got a guy who achieved a perfect credit score who can show you how to do that. If you're looking to pay fewer taxes and who isn't, we've got a course that teaches a number of little known, perfectly legal simple ways to do that. If you're looking to make the leap out of the rat race from a full-time job to starting your own business and gaining more control over your financial future, we've got a number of courses that offer various clear-cut ways to make that happen. If you're looking to start investing in stocks or real estate and create passive income, we've got dozens of how-to courses from not only some of the best investors out there but some of the best at helping you get started step-by-step.If you're looking to retire early and live a tax-free retirement, we've got a transformational course on that. It teaches a very unique strategy that I put in place for myself and my family and it changed our entire financial trajectory.
I want everyone out there to learn this and take this course. If you're already an entrepreneur or a business owner and you like to grow bigger, we've got some courses on doing that the right way. Systemizing, scaling and focusing on the right growth levers so that your business is salable one day. If you're looking to believe in yourself a little more, free up more time, get more done in a day, we have courses on mindset and productivity and a whole lot more. If you're serious about starting to build wealth for yourself and your family, then I highly recommend you upgrade to a premium account andunlock our entire course library.When you do that, you're joining an awesome community of people just like you, all learning, growing, helping each otherand building wealth for ourselves and our families together. I invite everyone to join us.
Dustin
Andy, there is one more big benefit to being a premium member that we should highlight. I'm excited about this. Let’s say you're watching our course on how to lower your taxes or how to start your own Airbnb business and you've got questions.Rather than leaving you stuck there with those questions with nowhere to turn, maybe you try to track down a trainer, we're going to make it easy for you. You're going to have the ability to schedule a time to talk with the trainer you learned from in the course and get all your questions answered. You'll see a button right below the training course and you can click to schedule.
We built this feature because we want to make sure you feel confident and comfortable that we're going to be right there alongside you throughout this year and for years to come, constantly arming you with the training and the tools you need and answering your questions along the way, as you pursue wealth for yourself and your family.We believe that slow and steady wins the race when it comes to wealth. You're never going to get there if you're not willing to make bold outside the box moves. If you truly want a wealthy life, if you want an abundance of money, time and influence, then you need to transform yourself into someone who's capable of making wealth happen. Training in the mindsets, habits and tactics of wealthy people is how you do that. Getting WealthFit is how you do that.
Andy
It's how you pick up where school left off and close the gap between where you are now andwhere you want to be in life, money and business. We definitely encourage you to sign up for WealthFitfree on and to give WealthFit premium membership a try.
Dustin
I've got a couple of lightning round questions for you that we've been getting. I want to read some of the comments we've gotten on Facebook and by email from a Beta group of several thousand people that we released the new site to a couple months ago. Sean in San Diego says, “WealthFit is an amazing source of inspiration and education.” Mildred from Kissimmee, Florida says, “I'm learning so much. It's incredible.” Here's another, “A great wealth of education from the greatest teacher,” that comes from Karen H. in Denver, Colorado. “WealthFit has changed my way of thinking and my life,” Kimberly J. from Norfolk, Virginia. “WealthFitinspires me every day,” says Moe L. from Wyndham, Connecticut. “I absolutely loveWealthFit,” Tracy Z. from Lowell, Indiana. “The experience of a lifetime,” Phyllis W. from Douglasville, Georgia. Derek H. from San Jose says,“Everyone should invest in their financial future through WealthFit.” These are just a few of over 342 glowing reviews we've gotten already and obviously, we love to hear these. Andy, speed round.This is one we've heard a few times.What's different about WealthFitversus other online learning platforms likeLynda.com, Udemy or even Skillshare?
Andy
There are a lot of eLearning companies out there that focus mainly on teaching career skills and hobbies. You can go to Skillshare and take a web development course. You can take a pottery course and take a cooking course. You can go to Lynda.com, which is more career-oriented. You can learn Microsoft Word, accounting and graphic design. You can go to Udemy and take some of the craziest courses you can imagine. They have 20,000 courses on their platform. A lot of these other sites are locked in this arms race for the biggest course library. We found they're sacrificing quality for the sake of quantity and speed. We're taking a little different tack at WealthFit.We're focused specifically on this intersection of money, investing, personal growth and entrepreneurship.
These are the four critical areas of building wealth. If you picturea Venn diagram of those four things, we live very uniquely smack dab in the center. That's our niche.That's our audience. Money minded, go-getters I like to say who cares about building wealth. Number two, we're focused on the quality of our courses over quantity. We don't believe that more courses are better. We believe better courses are better and we're committed to producing training that you can't get anywhere else taught by real investors and entrepreneurs. In a business sense, I wouldn't say those eLearning sites are direct competitors. WealthFitis a niche eLearning company with a very specific carved out focus in the eLearning landscape wealth that we're committed to being the best at.
Dustin
You've touched on this but if you could summarize it, who is WealthFit for? Who's the perfect person who could benefit from the new site?
Andy
WealthFit is for anyone who's humble enough to say, “I don't know it all when it comes to money. I could stand to learn a few things.” If money ever causes you stress or you feel like you're in need of a little breakthrough, you are exactly who WealthFit is for. It's for anyone who wants to make more money, do the best, smartest, safest things with your money and become the very best version of yourself and live the best life possible. For those who are not just wanting to passively consume content but who are willing to treat it as training and do the work necessary to put that training into action and start making moves to build wealth for themselves and their families.
Dustin
Who can people contact if they have questions about the new site or how to join the WealthFitMovement?
Andy
That would be Jesse, Lisaand our awesome member service team here in our Hawaii office. Email us at Feedback@WealthFit.com or call us at 1-800-917-9754. We are here 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Pacific Time, Monday through Friday to answer your questions and serve you the very best we can.
Dustin
What's the end game for WealthFit? What would you like to see happen in the next three, five to ten years?
Andy
Our vision is to revolutionize financial education and to lead thousands and thousands of ordinary people to lives of true wealth, to lives of abundance in money, time and influence. We're aiming to be a major player in the transformation of education in America that's already taking place. People are realizing that traditional institutions are leaving them tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt and maybe aren't netting them the return that they expected or that online alternatives can provide. We're looking at partnerships with schools. We're looking at developing an online financial education curriculum for teens. We see anopportunity to make an impact on young people where there's more of an opportunity to develop wealthy habits and to set them on the right path in life from the start, rather than trying to course correct later when it's too late.Ultimately, we want to be the defacto mainstream accepted standard where everyone knows that they can get their very best education on money, investing and entrepreneurship.
Dustin
What about that secret personal motive that you mentioned back in episode number two?
Andy
My wife and I have two boys. They're five and three years old. We've got one more on the way. Secretly I am building this site for them. When they're old enough, I want WealthFit to be the way that they learn about money, investing and entrepreneurship and that they're able to build wealth for their families. To me, that's the ultimate criteria for our training going back to that point. Anyone who's still questioning whether they can trust us or not, just know that we're not producing courses, training and tools for you that I'm not putting in front of my own children. You can rest easy knowing that.
Dustin
Andy, thank you big time for taking the time to do this. One final thing that we wanted to do for our podcast audience, something special. The first ten people to sign up on January 23 and upgrade to premium membership are going to get a brand-new iPad mini for free. If you don't know, that's a $329 value and I've been testing it. It is the perfect on-the-go device for the new WealthFit experiences for watching courses while you're at the gym, on the plane, in the back of a new boat or wherever. Be ready to go Wednesday at 12:00Eastern, that's 9:00 AM Pacific. Signup, upgrade to premium and you might win one of ten new iPads. Andy, anything else?
Andy
You got it. Thanks, Dustin.
Dustin
Talk to you soon.

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Steve Olsher, Chairman & Co-Founder of Liquor.com, shares why it is important to be able to reinvent yourself in business.

The Wild West Internet, Reinventing & Discovering Your What

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Repping Celebrities, Addiction & Baseball Card Millions

Sports and celebrity agent, Darren Prince, shares his motivating tale of overcoming addition and negotiating deals for big name celebrities.

Repping Celebrities, Addiction & Baseball Card Millions

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How To Use Business & Personal Credit To Launch Your Startup

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Feeling Invincible, Marketing Martha Stewart & Dropping 76 Pounds!

Once Sayan Sarkar finally quit his full-time job, his side hustle business took off and generated 10x the amount of money he was making at his office job. He shares tips and tricks to how he was able to make this happen.

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Born To Sell, Tripling Revenue & the Silver Tsunami

Are you investing in home care marketing? In this episode, The Hurricane explains why this industry is worth your hard-earned money.

Born To Sell, Tripling Revenue & the Silver Tsunami

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Conquering Cancer, Making Movies & Selling Businesses

This Cancerpreneur didn’t let the bad news of illness get in the way of his entrepreneurial spirit and positive mindset.

Conquering Cancer, Making Movies & Selling Businesses

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The Hustler's Guide To Capturing Media Attention & Getting Eyeballs on Your Brand

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How To Build Your Business Credit Score—To Get Business Loans & Low Interest Rates

Learn how to build your business credit score so you can get access to business loans with low interest rates.

How To Build Your Business Credit Score—To Get Business Loans & Low Interest Rates

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Do You Have What It Takes To Be An Entrepreneur?

In her new book “Women with Money,” Jean Chatzky gives us the top 5 traits of successful entrepreneurs. [Excerpt]

Do You Have What It Takes To Be An Entrepreneur?

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How To Start a Company and Turn Your Entrepreneurial Dreams into Reality

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How To Get More Traffic, Optimize Your Listing, & Grow From a Simple Product Into a Successful Brand

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Start Your Own Amazon Store

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How To Claim Your Share of the Fast-Growing Short-Term Rental Market

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You want people to buy what you’re selling. Learn how to market your product and brand yourself from CEO of Hazz Design Tracy Hazzard.

How To Launch Your First Product

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How to Get Free Money from the Government to Fund Your Startup

Who doesn't want cash from their favorite Uncle Sam? Here's how you can find grants and fund your business with free government money.

How to Get Free Money from the Government to Fund Your Startup

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Think starting a business takes TONS of money? It doesn’t have to. Here’s how you can build your empire without breaking the bank.

How Much Do You REALLY Need to Start a Business? The Answer is Less Than You Think.

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Launching a startup without investors may seem like a one-way ticket to failure—but it’s one of the best ways to kickstart your business.

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Choosing the right cofounder can make or break your business. Find a cofounder that compliments your skill set and delivers skills that you lack.

How to Find the Co-Founder Your Business Needs

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Your employees are your most valuable asset. Protect your investment in them with an effective and efficient onboarding process.

Learn 5 Key Ways to Onboard Employees

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Consider and stimulate (the right) hormones for your team. Embrace leadership tactics that foster healthy hormonal teams.

How to Lead Employees to Greatness: Your (Hormonal) Strategy for Success

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