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Bringing CLARITY and taking CONTROL of YOUR MONEY back to you and away from the major financial institutions.

We are a new breed of Independent, out-of-the-box thinking, self-sufficient, Wealth Tactic Rebels.

WTR is a unique, weekly podcast about rebelling against the norm of wealth tactics. We will feature unique discussions on managing the wealth of your life with different ideas from what is common in the media. You can expect new ways of looking at all aspects of wealth, including taxes, interest and debt, financing major capital purchases, planning for retirement, planning for college and much more. We will also have frequent interviews with experts in varies areas of wealth. Not to mention, sometimes the best way to learn how to be successful, is by following examples of success. So we will also be featuring interviews of successful entrepreneurs to give great insight into how they achieved success.

Follow along with WTR as together, we look to a new future.

Wealth Tactic Rebels Kevin M Dumont

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Bringing CLARITY and taking CONTROL of YOUR MONEY back to you and away from the major financial institutions.

We are a new breed of Independent, out-of-the-box thinking, self-sufficient, Wealth Tactic Rebels.

WTR is a unique, weekly podcast about rebelling against the norm of wealth tactics. We will feature unique discussions on managing the wealth of your life with different ideas from what is common in the media. You can expect new ways of looking at all aspects of wealth, including taxes, interest and debt, financing major capital purchases, planning for retirement, planning for college and much more. We will also have frequent interviews with experts in varies areas of wealth. Not to mention, sometimes the best way to learn how to be successful, is by following examples of success. So we will also be featuring interviews of successful entrepreneurs to give great insight into how they achieved success.

Follow along with WTR as together, we look to a new future.

    Optimally Money Motivated or Not? A WTR Discussion With Susan Fowler

    Optimally Money Motivated or Not? A WTR Discussion With Susan Fowler

    Have you ever wondered why resolutions people make, in order to improve their lives, often fizzles into nothingness? The main reason boils down to the type of motivation for achieving the specific goal in mind. WTR welcomes guest Susan Fowler, a researcher, author, and co-founder of Out of the Box Learning, to our discussion. In today’s podcast episode, we will discuss why it matters to break a bad habits and instill new daily practices that will help you hone your ability of being optimally motivated.

    Ingenious tactics to accumulate wealth, for people who see things differently.

    Susan Fowler

    Website: https://susanfowler.com/ (https://susanfowler.com/)

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/susan-fowler-955a174 (https://www.linkedin.com/in/susan-fowler-955a174)

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SusanNFowler (https://www.facebook.com/SusanNFowler)

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/fowlersusann (https://twitter.com/fowlersusann)

    NOTES:

    [00:53] Kevin: Susan Fowler is a researcher, author, and co-founder of Out of the Box Learning. Today, we're talking about Optimally Money Motivated or Not

    [01:07] If you wouldn't mind could you share with us today a little bit about where you came from and what inspired you to get to where you are today?

    [01:30] Susan: I have a motto and that is I teach what I most need to learn. My quest is understanding the motivation behind what we do and what we don't do

    [03:35] People say that I'm a motivational speaker, but I have to correct them because I'm not a motivational speaker, I'm a researcher and a writer and a speaker who talks on the subject of motivation for science and how to use it

    [04:45] Kevin: So let's talk about the scientific meaning of this because you're saying that some motivational speakers have a model but it's just something they came up with due to their experience, not necessarily scientific (it might be factual but not scientific). So what are we talking about scientifically?

    [05:01] Susan: When I say scientific what I mean is empirically proven. So an example would be Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs

    [06:00] People latch on to theories or concepts without doing investigative work to say is there anything in this that's actually real/provable?

    [06:12] Kevin: In today's talk about Optimally Money Motivated or Not, is there a scientific way of looking at this?

    [06:18] Susan: Absolutely. If people texted 66866 with the word ARTICLES, I would be glad to send them these academic articles on money and motivation

    [06:45] The question I would ask is does money motivate people? And it's true. But there's two things we need to think about[06:53] Are there alternatives to being motivated by money that are more productive, that are healthier, that enable you to be more creative and innovative?[07:02] The answer to this is yes

    [07:04] If we can rather than being money motivated we shift our motivation away from the money and toward something else, then the money becomes the byproduct (it's what we end up with but not what we were seeking)

    [07:36] It's not just being motivated by something other than money, but you have to understand the reason that you're motivated by money if that's your motivation (the reason is what matters)[07:49] Where you can scientifically map it out

    [07:54] Kevin: I've noticed during the course of my life people have tried to quit smoking or get into better shape (things that are important that they know they should be doing)[08:15] Same thing is true for saving money for retirement. They try and they know they should do it and want to do it and they're so focused on that goal that they don't know the reason[08:40] When people understand the deeper meaning behind it, there's no longer the will power (having to 'will' yourself to do it), a switch goes off and they just do it and it's the easiest thing in the world

    [09:11] Susan: I write in my boo

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    How to Build Wealth by Doing What You Love: A WTR Discussion With Cathleen Merkel

    How to Build Wealth by Doing What You Love: A WTR Discussion With Cathleen Merkel

    In today’s world, we’re always looking for things that will bring us an abundance of wealth. Often times though, some of us go into a field of work that we don’t really enjoy doing. Today, WTR welcomes Cathleen Merkel, who helps her clients find their purpose and live the life they really love. In this episode, join us as we discuss why it’s important to fix your mindset and respect your values in order to attract wealth and satisfaction with what it is you do for a living.

    Ingenious tactics to accumulate wealth, for people who see things differently.

    Cathleen Merkel

    Website

    http://www.cathleenmerkel.com (http://www.cathleenmerkel.com/)

    LinkedIn URL

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/cathleen-merkel/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/cathleen-merkel/)

    Facebook URL

    https://www.facebook.com/CathleenMerkelCoaching/ (https://www.facebook.com/CathleenMerkelCoaching/)

    Twitter URL

    https://twitter.com/CathleenMerkel7 (https://twitter.com/CathleenMerkel7)

    NOTES

    [00:28] Kevin: Today, we're joined by Cathleen Merkel. We will be talking about how to build wealth by doing what you love, which is usually understated today.[01:04] A lot of people get into a career for various reasons, but it's not really what they want to do

    [01:22] Would you mind sharing a little bit about where you came from and what inspired you to get to where you are today?

    [01:41] Cathleen: I am supporting my clients with helping them live the life they really love.

    [01:50] A lot of coaches, facilitators, and trainers that I've met came to build their career based on their own story (in terms of childhood, how they've been raised, their career choices, etc.)

    [02:51] Kevin: My parents were raised after the Great Depression, and they were taught to save everything (it was just about survival and not about living)

    [03:19] Cathleen: I never realized what it actually meant to be living and I never thought about it because when you're being raised with a mindset of scarcity, money doesn't grow on trees so you're encouraged to get a safe job and earn money

    [03:39] I always had an inner urge (intuition) that made me think that I wanted to do something different than my corporate job[04:52] I made the decision when I was 26 to move to the U.K. (gave up my job and home)

    [05:21] I think the biggest changes I've made is to dive into roles and jobs that I really love doing, explore myself and how I operate with people, etc.

    [06:01] I really didn’t want to get to the stage where I say I have worked really hard with long hours and then one day wake up in my 70s and think that I've really missed out on my life with experiences that's created memories (losing touch with living)

    [06:53] Kevin: You were thinking about the opportunity costs of life basically. Opportunity cost is if you have a dollar, when you lose that dollar, you lose everything that dollar could have earned for you

    [07:25] Cathleen: For me, one of the biggest losses would be my freedom (to choose what work I do, where I live, who I want to spend my time with, etc.)[07:40] Living a wealthy life for me means living a life of freedom (financial freedom)

    [07:59] Kevin: Can we talk a little bit about what you see that has been going on with purpose versus wealth? I mentioned earlier that people go and get a job to try and make money, but they're not happy doing it (not living, not fulfilling a purpose)

    [08:23] Cathleen: You basically sell your time for money. However the ratio is very disproportional (there are limitations to your earnings per hour)[08:47] What a lot of people do is invest a lot of time in their work in a job that they don't actually know if it even gives them a purpose

    [09:50] When you think about the money to come, how does that make you feel?

    [10:00] What is the one thing that makes you believe you can’t wait for tomorrow?

    [10:22] Having purpose creates wealth, because weal

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    WTR Discussion With Scott Holmen, Importance Of Relationships

    WTR Discussion With Scott Holmen, Importance Of Relationships

    Making authentic relationships is extremely important when meeting new people in all aspects of our lives. How do you make these connections to start expanding your network? Well, it’s as simple as doing something that you enjoy doing. Today, WTR welcomes Scott Holmen, founder and CEO of Agency73 and long-time successful entrepreneur. In today’s episode, we discuss how if you put a strong investment into relationships, it could be the key to growing your business.

    WTR Discussion With Scott Holmen, Importance Of Relationships

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    WTR Discussion with Kimberly Spencer: Morality of Money

    WTR Discussion with Kimberly Spencer: Morality of Money

    Relationships matter to people. Arguably, the single most influential relationship in your life is with money. Is the health of your money relationship good or bad? Chances are whichever direction it is, that’s how it effects your work and personal relationships, as well as how wealthy you’re able to become. Today, WTR welcomes Kimberly Spencer, an award-winning coach and founder of crownyourself.com (https://crownyourself.com/) as we discuss the Morality of Money in your life. Join us as we discuss the importance of gratitude and why blaming yourself and/or others could be a reason why your relationship with money might not be on the best terms.

    Ingenious tactics to accumulate wealth, for people who see things differently.

    Kimberly Spencer

    Website: https://crownyourself.com (https://crownyourself.com)

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CrownYourselfNow/ (https://www.facebook.com/CrownYourselfNow/)

    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CrownYourself (https://www.youtube.com/c/CrownYourself)

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kimberlyspencer-crownyourself/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/kimberlyspencer-crownyourself/)

    NOTES

    [00:50] Kevin: Kimberly is an award-winning, high performance coach and founder of crownyourself.com. Today, what we're going to talk about is morality of money. We all have relationships with money and it directly affects what kind of assets and success that we achieve in our life

    [01:10] Would you mind telling us a little about where you came from and what inspired you to get to where you are today?

    [01:36] Kimberly: My dad was an addict and has been for the past 30 years of my life, and yet he was able to successfully grow a multi-million dollar company with my mom

    [01:47] I grew up on the money struggle bus

    [02:03] People see what my parents have now and they assume that that's what I've always grown up with

    [02:57] I always saw that giving and generosity does come back (law of karma)

    [03:05] When you bless other people with your money, it comes back tenfold

    [04:22] Thinking in those creative ways as an entrepreneur really is necessary for the future

    [05:34] It's all about tapping into those tools and resources and just learning and allowing yourself to have a toddling period

    [05:44] Money is not taught in schools, which is doing a massive disservice education wise to kids when they're coming out into the world with this old-world mentality (if I go to school and get a job then I'll be set)

    [06:11] There's a reason why college enrollment has gone down (~20%) because people are seeing that you can make money online

    [07:13] I've noticed a direct correlation especially with my coaching clients that with the amount of time they spend in their genius zone and their relationship with money that directly impacts the income they're making in their business

    [07:30] The base of your business and your career is you

    [07:38] The way you relate to money, the way you experience money is the foundation on what you're bringing (especially to a business)

    [08:38] Kevin: If you don't have a healthy relationship with money, you're not going to have any of it

    [08:43] Kimberly: I wrote an article about what the relationship status is of your business

    [09:20] It's okay if you don't understand money if you haven't been taught (not your fault)

    [09:41] There's a couple different relationships with money that I've seen with my clients

    [09:46] The relationship with earning and receiving money

    [09:49] The relationship with having money (the concept of having)

    [10:36] If you have money and you're so guilty about having it, then what's going to inspire you to go out and make more money?

    [11:24] Many of us have an abusive relationship with money (debt)

    [12:09] The way that our society is structured now, we cannot divorce ourselves from money (a form of energy, a natural resource)

    [12:57] A co

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    WTR Discussion with Laura Pennington Briggs: Financial Impact of Working for Self

    WTR Discussion with Laura Pennington Briggs: Financial Impact of Working for Self

    Working for yourself is very rewarding, but it’s also quite challenging. Like every job, there are pro’s and con’s, but as you put more time into building your business that you have created, you could see a significant increase in your revenue. Today, WTR welcomes Laura Pennington Briggs of The Freelance Coach (https://betterbizacademy.com/) , author, freelancer, and speaker. In this podcast, join us as we discuss how to evolve as a business owner and why it’s important to diversify your income.Ingenious tactics to accumulate wealth, for people who see things differently.Laura Pennington Briggs

    Website: http://www.betterbizacademy.com/ (http://www.betterbizacademy.com/)

    Website 2: http://sixfigurewritingsecrets.com/ (http://sixfigurewritingsecrets.com/)

    Website 3: http://www.legalseowriter.com (http://www.legalseowriter.com/)

    LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/laurapenningtonwrites (http://www.linkedin.com/in/laurapenningtonwrites)

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/laurapenningtoninternational/ (https://www.facebook.com/laurapenningtoninternational/)

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/sixfigurewriter (https://twitter.com/sixfigurewriter)

    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGhKNcbq3QWhpgHZV4Y-xPQ (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGhKNcbq3QWhpgHZV4Y-xPQ)

    NOTES

    [00:37] Kevin: Laura Briggs is an author, freelancer, and speaker. What we're going to talk about today is the financial impact of working for yourself

    [01:07] Would you mind sharing a little bit about your background and what inspired you to get to where you are today?

    [01:24] Laura: I turned to a side hustle (working as a digital freelance writer)

    [01:30] My business ultimately grew to the point where it was too hard for me to hold down my day job and side hustle. So I moved that side hustle into my full time and that's what I've been doing for the last 6 years

    [02:10] Kevin: What are the pro's and con's about working for yourself other than being hard on yourself since you are your own boss?

    Laura:

    [02:17] Pro's

    [02:19] Freedom and flexibility

    [02:24] Deciding how you'd like to spend your work hours per week

    [02:33] The potential to make more money

    [02:42] You set your rates and your fees and can add or remove things as it makes sense

    [02:48] More income flexibility

    [02:55] You get to decide who you work with

    [03:08] Con's

    [03:09] You are your own boss

    [03:12] You have to work many hours especially in the start-up phase

    [03:21] Paying your own taxes

    [03:23] You don't necessarily get that money dropped into your bank account every 2 weeks

    [3:30] Have to account for self-employment tax, Medicare, social security, and income tax

    [03:45] Your business bleeds into every aspect of your life

    [04:02] Because so much of it is in your mind, it's always around (not as easy as a corporate job)

    [04:11] Kevin: What I have found with running WTR is there's a lot of prep work before you actually start the podcast (research and new ideas that you're always thinking about)

    [05:38] Laura: I always feel like the pro's always count so much more than the con's

    [05:44] Any job and career is going to have some negative aspects

    [06:00] Kevin: Financially speaking, working for yourself can be more flexible. How has it impacted you financially speaking?

    [06:08] Laura: I grew my business pretty quickly after leaving my full time job. Once I was able to dedicate more time to it, I saw my revenue increase significantly

    [06:18] I've been able to scale my business to the 6 figure point for the last several years

    [06:28] I look for ways that I can diversify my income (evolving as a business owner)

    [07:13] I'm always raising my rates and ways that I cannot just get paid once for something

    [07:42] Other avenues like books, courses, coaching (additional revenue streams)

    [08:29] Kevin: So you have multiple income streams basically for the

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    WTR Discussion With Gabriella Ribeiro, Art of Art of Overcoming Overthinking

    WTR Discussion With Gabriella Ribeiro, Art of Art of Overcoming Overthinking

    Sometimes, when starting a business, people often times get caught up in so much overthinking that it can lead them to give up on their idea. Instead of being driven by their passions, they are driven by their fears. In today’s episode, WTR welcomes Gabriella Ribeiro, founder of Mogul Mom and a serial entrepreneur. Join…

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