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Real Talk with Real Millionaires. Join business coach Jaime Masters as she interviews millionaire entrepreneurs to learn their failures, advice, tips and stories.

Eventual Millionaire Jaime Masters

    • Business
    • 4.5, 269 Ratings

Real Talk with Real Millionaires. Join business coach Jaime Masters as she interviews millionaire entrepreneurs to learn their failures, advice, tips and stories.

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
269 Ratings

269 Ratings

Abundance Michael ,

Jamie Brings On Incredible Guests

Jamie is a likable and high energy host, her laugh is infectious. She brings on incredible hosts, she truly is curating knowledge consumption. I’ve since personally connected with two of the hosts and they’ve made a big impact in my life. I realized this podcast was the genesis for those relationships and the least I can do is write a review!

Dennis Mossburg ,

Great Interviews

Jaime has great guests and she asks great questions. Even when I don’t think I will be interested in a guest, Jaime brings out great, actionable information.

I especially love hearing the rags to riches stories and how they did it. It gives the listener hope.

Keep up the good work.

Johnny cat234 ,

Another Business "Coach" With No Real Experience

Ladies and gentlemen we have here yet another “coach" who has a grown a business teaching others how to grow a business.

Does anybody see the fallacy in these bizarre occurrences in modern day entrepreneurship?

Other’s may call this approach smart, but I’m calling it BS. Why? Because there is something terribly wrong with people who make the majority of their money by selling dreams and hopes to hungry people in hopes of growing their own business so they can leave their day jobs.

Jamie is just one of seemingly thousands of these hucksters stacking this gigantic virtual pyramid scheme.

The honest truth is, unless you join the ranks of the “make money” coaches and gurus, you have very little chance of growing a business that you: 1) love, 2)gives you more time with your family, and 3) enables you to quit your day job. (by the way, those last 3 claims are the major selling points of all these coaches)

It's a powerful sell to desperate people.

Beside, this overall fallacy, Jamie’s interviews are okay IF you can get beyond the nervous giggles and annoying laughter which are grating to no end.

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