A new week means a new episode of the Mind of a Millionaire. This week on the show, we hit a new milestone; we interview a published author. We are honored to be joined by Paul Gallagher, author of The Amazing Me Project. Paul joins us all the way from London to give some insight to his new book about creating purpose and ultimately becoming the person who you want to be.
Who is Paul Gallagher? [1:13]
The Amazing Me Project [2:34]
What are the negative effects of setting unclear goals? [5:14]
Understanding the ‘why’ and designing appropriate financial plans [7:18]
How to get yourself back on-track if you get derailed from your goals? [11:26]
Who are your accountabilibuddies? [12:58]
Is it OK to change your goals/purpose? [16:35]
Overcoming the fear of budgeting [19:20]
What is the difference between your strategy and your tactics? [21:42]
Look at your finances one day/decision at a time [29:33]
- Paying off your debt one day at a time [32:15]
The Rice and the Chessboard Legend: The Power Exponential Growth [35:23]
Recognizing your small achievements [41:58]
How do you find balance? [44:51]
Financial goals change and that’s OK [50:16]
Where can you find Paul and The Amazing Me Project? [53:14]
Paul – thank you again for joining us on Mind of a Millionaire.
If you would like The Amazing Me Project, it is free on his website. You can also find Paul on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
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