So how do you exactly build wealth? That is the trillion dollar question. While there isn’t one way to answer that question, there are some steps that you can take to begin to build your own definition of wealth (and I’m not talking about having millions of dollars in your bank account). The art of building wealth starts with thinking about your money in a different way than you have in the past and maximizing what you do have.

On This Podcast Episode:

I’m sharing some of the smart money moves for building wealth that I’ve seen working with hundreds of people over the last twelve years. Regardless of income, the real question remains, what does true wealth look like to you (hint, it’s different for everyone).

Let’s meet Gary Zimmerman from Max – the company that helps you “Max My Interest” so your cash is growing and always positioned with the best interest rate.  Don’t think it matters? What’re a few dollars here or there? Gary is going to demystify this myth and show you why maxing your interest is one of the smartest ways to build your wealth.

Ask Shannah – I’m sharing a success story this week about someone who decided to start making small steps to better his money situation. Proof that we all can change any situation.

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