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The Meaningful Money Personal Finance Podcast

Oct 21, 2015

Today’s guest is a financial powerhouse who has transformed his life and that fortunes of his family through embracing the teachings of Robert Kiyosaki, the author of the seminal work, Rich Dad, Poor Dad. In this interview, we get an insight into the mind of J. Massey and into the power of Cashflow…

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In this session you will discover:

  • How J. created significant wealth in a short period of time using property investment
  • J's strategy for creating wealth using other people's money
  • His three fundamental lessons he has learned through his investing career
  • ...and three things he suggests we avoid at all costs
  • What J. would say to his 20 year-old self
  • How J's investing also helps him fulfil his big-picture life aims

J. Massey is an inspiring guy. You can find out a lot more about him at the links below, but I definitely will be checking out the Cashflow board game, which looks really interesting; I'll try it out on my kids and get back to you! I'll also be re-reading the Rich Dad Poor Dad book that started it all. As always, a full transcript is available by clicking the mahoosive blue button below: [Insert Leadbox script here]

Resources mentioned in this show

Website: Podcast: Cashflow Diary Book: Rich Dad, Poor Dad

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