1 hr 15 min

Tony Bradshaw – The Millionaire Choice Positive Impact Podcast

    • Health & Fitness

Tony Bradshaw grew up in a
lower-income neighbourhood in Nashville, TN.



In 1996, he realized he was mismanaging
his money and knew something needed to change. That’s when he set out to learn
how to handle money better. At age 25, Tony made his Millionaire Choice,
his choice to become a millionaire by age 40. He accomplished his goal in 2011.




With a degree in Mechanical
Engineering, Tony spent the first six years of his career as an
engineer/network administrator. In 2001, he entered the financial education
world as part of an internet business and development group at the Dave Ramsey
Organization, where he spent 16 years bringing financial education products to the
online world.



Serving as CIO and COO for the Dave
Ramsey Organization – a major financial education company, Tony helped shape
the strategy, technology, and systems to deliver financial education to those
in need.



During his journey, Tony realized his own message and vision for helping people with their personal finances. In June 2017, Bradshaw began writing The Millionaire Choice with the vision of helping anyone become a millionaire, no matter their income, ethnicity, or financial situation.



Tony aspires to create a movement of financially-educated and wealthy people who will make it their mission to fight poverty and help those in need around the world. He calls it The Millionaire’s Manifesto, and you can read it at www.themillionairechoice.com



Tony and I discussed the following:



How Tony grew up in a family which didn’t have
a handle on money with financial mismanagement.His upbringing being one where his parents had
late payment fees, bounced checks, water being cut off, and electricity being
cut off.How he realised in his early 20s that he was
earning good money but the money was just disappearing as fast as he could earn
it and he began to get into debtHow Tony educated himself at the local book
store, studied for 90 days and realised money was a maths problem, he made it
his aim to be a millionaire by 40 years old. That was the day he made his
millionaire choice.Why many people work hard instead of smart,
and his father earning just $7000 one year, when he was working extremely hard.How financial education is missing from the
school system with priority given to maths English and Science.Why Tony had to wait until 25 to learn the principles
which some people never learn.No matter how rich or poor you are everyone starts
at the same placeYou have to make a plan but make adjustments
along the wayYou have to have a spending plan (as opposed
to a budget)His budget at 25 was what he needed to live on
what he needed to become a millionaire.You must create a vision for your futureStudy money and become a student of money and
move towards to a vision and a goalThe 10 steps in the book that you should
follow when you make the millionaire choice.How integrity is one of the top 3 or 4 things
most successful people mention.Why time management is such a big thing with
social media, TV etc.The average American watches 30 hours TV a
week.The time for money trap, ROI and why
delegation of tasks is so important.The income lock problem and realising your
potential is a lot greater.How you can invest in yourself and what you
can demand as remuneration.The basic and advanced financial track you can
use to assess your financial knowledge. Keeping in mind that everyone starts at
the same place.The different categories of money and why if
you look at changing your mind set to ‘when can I live life the way I want to
live it’ instead of when can I retire, it’s a big game changerThe problem of buying brand new cars on
finance and the damage it does to long term financial planning.Why Tony believes debt snowballing is the best
way to begin demolishing your debt.How to prioritize which debts to pay off firstTony’s preference to pay off your hous

Tony Bradshaw grew up in a
lower-income neighbourhood in Nashville, TN.



In 1996, he realized he was mismanaging
his money and knew something needed to change. That’s when he set out to learn
how to handle money better. At age 25, Tony made his Millionaire Choice,
his choice to become a millionaire by age 40. He accomplished his goal in 2011.




With a degree in Mechanical
Engineering, Tony spent the first six years of his career as an
engineer/network administrator. In 2001, he entered the financial education
world as part of an internet business and development group at the Dave Ramsey
Organization, where he spent 16 years bringing financial education products to the
online world.



Serving as CIO and COO for the Dave
Ramsey Organization – a major financial education company, Tony helped shape
the strategy, technology, and systems to deliver financial education to those
in need.



During his journey, Tony realized his own message and vision for helping people with their personal finances. In June 2017, Bradshaw began writing The Millionaire Choice with the vision of helping anyone become a millionaire, no matter their income, ethnicity, or financial situation.



Tony aspires to create a movement of financially-educated and wealthy people who will make it their mission to fight poverty and help those in need around the world. He calls it The Millionaire’s Manifesto, and you can read it at www.themillionairechoice.com



Tony and I discussed the following:



How Tony grew up in a family which didn’t have
a handle on money with financial mismanagement.His upbringing being one where his parents had
late payment fees, bounced checks, water being cut off, and electricity being
cut off.How he realised in his early 20s that he was
earning good money but the money was just disappearing as fast as he could earn
it and he began to get into debtHow Tony educated himself at the local book
store, studied for 90 days and realised money was a maths problem, he made it
his aim to be a millionaire by 40 years old. That was the day he made his
millionaire choice.Why many people work hard instead of smart,
and his father earning just $7000 one year, when he was working extremely hard.How financial education is missing from the
school system with priority given to maths English and Science.Why Tony had to wait until 25 to learn the principles
which some people never learn.No matter how rich or poor you are everyone starts
at the same placeYou have to make a plan but make adjustments
along the wayYou have to have a spending plan (as opposed
to a budget)His budget at 25 was what he needed to live on
what he needed to become a millionaire.You must create a vision for your futureStudy money and become a student of money and
move towards to a vision and a goalThe 10 steps in the book that you should
follow when you make the millionaire choice.How integrity is one of the top 3 or 4 things
most successful people mention.Why time management is such a big thing with
social media, TV etc.The average American watches 30 hours TV a
week.The time for money trap, ROI and why
delegation of tasks is so important.The income lock problem and realising your
potential is a lot greater.How you can invest in yourself and what you
can demand as remuneration.The basic and advanced financial track you can
use to assess your financial knowledge. Keeping in mind that everyone starts at
the same place.The different categories of money and why if
you look at changing your mind set to ‘when can I live life the way I want to
live it’ instead of when can I retire, it’s a big game changerThe problem of buying brand new cars on
finance and the damage it does to long term financial planning.Why Tony believes debt snowballing is the best
way to begin demolishing your debt.How to prioritize which debts to pay off firstTony’s preference to pay off your hous

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