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Eps. 88 - Dude, Where's My Car?

Eric Thomas

Eric Thomas, Ph.D. is a critically acclaimed author, World-renowned speaker, educator, pastor and  audible.com Audie Awards Finalist...

Eric Thomas, Ph.D. is a critically acclaimed author, World-renowned speaker, educator, pastor and  audible.com Audie Awards Finalist...

Dec 13 2 minutes read

This week on the podcast the squad has a special guest. Financial Guru Rob Wilson joins the squad and the discussion is about money. The guys talk a lot about business and a key component in business is money. Rob goes over many different subjects regarding money including how much and how soon to save for your kid's college education, whether or not you should invest in the stock market, and how to deal with debt. Definitely, grab a pen and a pad while listening to this episode. It’s time to get your money right!

Time Stamped Topics:

  • [04:27] - Gazelle of the week
  • [22:00] - Special Guest (Rob Wilson)
  • [30:00] - Should you invest in stocks?
  • [45:00] - Separate Your Accounts
  • [55:00] - More Money More Problems
  • [1:08:00] - How ET got money
  • [1:13:00] - 100 Days With ET
  • [1:28:00] - Nugget of The Day

100 Days With ET Accountability Challenge

Things To Think About:

  • “If you’re not trying to get intentionally wealthy then you’ll end up accidentally poor.”
  • “Spend 30 minutes a week looking at your money.”
  • “If people focus on living up to their potential then they will never have to live within their means.”

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