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July 25, 2018

Extreme Confidence with YOUR Finances

Episode 53:

Damion Lupo is a bestselling author in personal finance and money thinking, host of the Transformation Nation podcast, owner of 30+ companies, and founder of his own martial art – Yokido®. Damion outrightly rejects regret and speaks to it as the ultimate life failure. He has a unique approach to living a fulfilled life by breaking rules and making more mistakes, faster than the competition – his key to success. Playing by a different set of rules, he even bought his first rental house with a VISA, a move that snowballed into owning 150 rental houses in 7 states in less than 5 years. In 2008, he lost the entire $20 million but recreated his wealth and reinvented his life over 4 transformational years. Today he leads 3 global companies with one unified mission – to Free People from Money Bondage.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • Why breaking rules and making more mistakes faster can actually help you live a more fulfilled life
  • The importance of reinventing yourself as necessary and rolling with the punches (life is going to send them your way, after all)
  • Why Damion believes everything happens for a reason, even though it may feel devastating at the time
  • Why it’s not all about the money and why that kind of thinking will leave you destined for failure
  • Reasons you need a mission for your investments and a purpose, or a long-term goal to keep you motivated and driven to succeed
  • Why Damion believes you shouldn’t get in a mindset of retirement and should continuously seek new ways to contribute
  • What the better alternative to retirement is – financial independence – and what it really means for the average person facing an uncertain financial future while searching for the freedom to make choices about their money without overwhelming fear
  • The critical resources necessary for successful investing
  • The purpose and importance of mentors to help you avoid some mistakes while allowing you to make other mistakes that will help you grow
  • Why a lack of patience can be the most detrimental thing any investor could possess
  • Why getting back up and moving on to the next thing is the MOST important thing you can do in business

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