Ten years ago, Ramit Sethi released his groundbreaking book I Will Teach You to Be Rich. Now he’s back, with an all-new, updated version, delivered with the same authority and enthusiasm as the original.
But wait, there’s more—MUCH more! Ramit has completely revamped this book. There’s over 100 brand new pages of content!
Mindy and Scott talk to Ramit about his take on the FIRE movement, what “rich” means to him, and his opinion of real estate as an investment.
When you’re looking for excuses to not get started repairing your finances and living your best life, you’ll find them everywhere. But when you’re ready to get your financial life in order and grow your wealth, Ramit’s book will not only help you define the term “rich,” but will also give you the tools to get there—without the guilt, without the B.S. It’s just a six-week program that works.
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In This Episode We Cover:
- What rich means to Ramit
- Tips on how to be rich for people who are living paycheck to paycheck
- What a CEO strategy is
- His advice on cutting off spending
- What a tripod of stability is
- On his investment portfolio
- The concept of the one-year emergency fund
- The $3 question versus the $30,000 questions
- What people mostly do with their money
- Things to do to stay on track with your goals
- How to talk to your partner about money