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The 24/48 Podcast is all about helping firefighters and first responders find success inside and outside of the line of duty.The job is only a part of who you are, and you should be the best you can be at it. But, neglecting your finances, your family, your physical fitness, or any of the other essential areas of your life keeps you from being the best you can be at home, on the job, or in your side hustle.So, if you want to learn from others in our community how we can improve mentally, physically, and financially and have honest conversations that move the fire service forward—this show is for you.

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    • Education
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The 24/48 Podcast is all about helping firefighters and first responders find success inside and outside of the line of duty.The job is only a part of who you are, and you should be the best you can be at it. But, neglecting your finances, your family, your physical fitness, or any of the other essential areas of your life keeps you from being the best you can be at home, on the job, or in your side hustle.So, if you want to learn from others in our community how we can improve mentally, physically, and financially and have honest conversations that move the fire service forward—this show is for you.

    Wealth Accumulation Takes Determination

    Wealth Accumulation Takes Determination

    Anyone who couples disciplined behavior with persistent determination can accomplish their financial goals.

    • 4 min
    Discipline Is the Foundation

    Discipline Is the Foundation

    If you want financial freedom, you must practice financial discipline. 

    • 5 min
    #65 - Kyle Robertson: Financial Independence Through Real Estate Investing

    #65 - Kyle Robertson: Financial Independence Through Real Estate Investing

    Kyle Robertson is a full-time firefighter with a passion for multi-family real estate investing. Hear his story of how he got into the fire service and how real estate investing has his family on the path to financial freedom.

    Links:

    Joe Capital Group on Facebook

    BiggerPockets Spotlight on Kyle Robertson

    Four Square Method for Calculating Numbers on a Rental Property

    1031 Exchange Rules: What You Need to Know

    • 57 min
    Play the Long Game to Build Wealth

    Play the Long Game to Build Wealth

    "If saving is the key to wealth, then time is the hand that turns the key to unlock the door"

    — J.D. Roth

    • 5 min
    #64 - John Larocchia

    #64 - John Larocchia

    John Larocchia is the founder and president of the Laughter Saves Lives Foundation. John has been performing standup comedy for 25 years and started his career as an NYC firefighter in 1987 at ladder 12. He later transferred to the elite Haz-Mat Company 1 in queens. On September 11th, John's firehouse suffered the devastating loss of 19 brothers, including John's best friend and radio co-host Tom Gardner. The laughter saves lives comedy tour become John's way of honoring the memories o those who so selflessly gave their lives that day. It is his way to "Never forget."

    Donate to Laughter Saves Lives Foundation

    John on Youtube

    John on Facebook

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Every Firefighter Is a Business Owner

    Every Firefighter Is a Business Owner

    On today's show, I discuss the move to short-form "food for thought" and how every firefighter is a business owner. 

    • 3 min

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Podcast with Mark Foreman

I listened to your podcast today. Mark was the therapist I talked to while he was taking clients at focus. I am a retired Lead Dispatcher. Sitting with him in therapy was life changing for me. After 34 years on the department I had developed walls so thick that I was unable to take them down. Even when I wanted to show emotion like crying I couldn’t. Working with Mark changed that. Using mindfulness and meditation, looking inward helped me change that. There were a lot of incidents I brought into his office and a lot of personal ones too. One of the personal ones being that my dad was transgender and prior to his retiring from his job he hid his cross dressing. After my last session with Mark in November I decided I was no longer keeping that secret and was going to publicly speak about it in hopes to reach other family members who were also keeping that secret especially in law enforcement.
It’s something I never would have thought I would do but after the conversations I had with Mark that changed. Listening to the podcast today I found I’m still learning from him.

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