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Making of a Millionaire

Making of a Millionaire

By Ben Le Fort
Every week I’ll discuss a different personal finance topic in less than 20 minutes and discuss how each topic can make a positive impact in your life.
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The Most Important Investment You Can Make If You Want to Build Wealth
When most people think about assets that will build wealth, they think about the stock market and real estate. While stocks and real estate are great investments, they are not even close to your greatest asset; yourself. In this episode, I discuss why your human capital, aka “your ability to earn an income,” is by far the greatest asset in your financial tool belt and how you can unleash it. Don't forget to sign up for my FREE weekly newsletter here:
April 13, 2021
The Myth of "Passive Income"
Topics covered in today's episode. Why passive income is a myth An example of how scalable income works The simple path to wealth lies in keeping your expenses constant, increasing your income, and investing the difference How scalable income helped me save my first $100,000 The road to saving $1 million The goal of generational wealth The cost of working two jobs Sign up for my weekly newsletter and get your free expenses tracker here:
April 6, 2021
The Rise of the Part-time Entrepreneur
Topics discussed in today's episode: COVID-19 as an accelerant of change in the economy.  The importance of diversifying your income streams Two types of side hustle to diversify your income Are you a stock or a bond? Working from home has torn down the final barrier to part-time entrepreneurship Why a digital business works best as a side hustle Join my weekly newsletter to stay up to date on all of my work: Follow Making of a Millionaire on Medium: 
March 30, 2021
The 2 Levers Of Financial Independence
Personal finance does not always need to be complicated! When you boil it down; most personal finance problems can be solved through a combination of; Making more money. Cutting back your current spending. That's why I call these the "two levers of financial independence." In this episode, we dive into each with examples.
March 23, 2021
How I Paid Off $50,000 Of Debt
In today's episode, I share "My debt story." How I ended up $50,000 in debt. What it was like living in debt. How I paid it off. If you're loving the podcast, share it with a friend and leave us a review.  Download your free copy of our debt repayment calculator here:
March 16, 2021
Building a Financial Emergency Fund
Today we are discussing all things related to "Emergency funds" Why we need them. How to use them. How to build them. Here is the link to the emergency fund savings calculator: Here is the link to a brief course on "How to build a financial emergency fund": This course is normally $10, but you get it for free by copying and pasting this coupon code at checkout: EMERG342100 If you are loving the podcast, share it with a friend!
March 9, 2021
Financial Freedom Vs. FIRE
Topics covered in today's episode My Definition of "Financial Freedom" The math behind the Financial Independence, Retire Early (FIRE) movement. Why the spirit and the math of FIRE are at odds with each other How I plan on using my human and financial capital to move towards Financial Freedom and eventually Financial Independence.
March 2, 2021
What Does Financial Freedom Mean To You?
In this episode, I share with you my specific definition of financial freedom and how writing down a specific definition of what financial success looks like to me has made it easier for me to make that goal become a reality. Your task after listening to this episode is to write down your specific definition of financial freedom.
February 28, 2021
What's Your Why?
You can know everything there is to know about paying off debt, saving, and investing or anything to do with money, but it means nothing if you don’t have the right mindset. When I say the right mindset, you simply need to believe that you can be successful with money. If you don’t have hope that things can get better than they are today, you will be far less likely to be financially successful. I believe that the most crucial factor in developing the right money mindset is to have a powerful “why.” Check out the YouTube video on finding "your why":
February 28, 2021