Your Top 11 401k Questions, Answered

Let me ask you a question. If I asked you right now at what age you want to live out the rest of your life doing whatever you want to do, without slaving away your days, what would your answer be? Would it be 65... 60... 55... even 50 or less? Have you ever sat down and thought about it? If not, I challenge you to make that a life priority, because whatever that age is, you're going to need a healthy retirement savings to achieve it. [Tweet "If you don't know where you're going, then … [Read more...]

How to Get Started Investing in Stocks

In the last post, we talked about how a young and dumb version of myself lost thousands of dollars by doing some pretty boneheaded things when I started my "investing" career. If you missed that one, you can check it out here. You'll want to understand the lessons within that one before getting too far into this training. Now I want to help you with your next question - how to get started investing in stocks. In this training, I want to introduce you to a simple way to do just that … [Read more...]

How I Lost Thousands of Dollars in the Stock Market, and How My Grandma Saved Me From Myself

I've been answering quite a few questions on Quora lately from novice investors. I guess it's good that people are at least asking questions rather than sitting and doing nothing, but either way, it's a little bit scary what's out there. These are the wrong questions to be asking. They're all centered around getting rich quick - which I'm sorry to tell you, doesn't happen with investing unless you're hustling and have a lot of money to throw around. But then I think back to how … [Read more...]

All of the Apps, Websites, and Services I Use to Drive My Financial Automation System

Until today, I haven't gone into great detail about the inner workings of my financial automation system that I yap about so much, not because I'm hiding it or anything, but just because it's a bit of a bear. But I've been getting a lot of questions about how I pull it all off lately from a lot of eager readers - including my buddy Justin from Limitless365 who I just profiled in the previous post - so I've decided to pull back the curtains and reveal it all. Here it is folks, in a glorious … [Read more...]

An Academy Success Story. Limitless Personal Finances with Justin Miller of Limitless365

Today I want to share an "Academy Success Story" with you. My hope is that, with these stories, I can help inspire you to throw out your limiting beliefs, see yourself in a different light, and make the changes you've been wanting to make in your life. This is the story of how Justin Miller, owner of, turned his life of debt and anxiety into a life of feeling calm and confident about money and his financial situation. I won't BS you. This wasn't a case of rags to riches or … [Read more...]

What To Do With Your Tax Refund to Improve Your Financial Position and Avoid Financial Peril

Here we are - right in the thick of tax season in the United States. What to do with your tax refund is likely one of the biggest questions on your mind, and the dangerous temptations to make bad decisions are coming from everywhere. Banks are offering you crazy amounts of cash for new accounts Cell phone companies are offering ridiculous buyouts on your contracts What was once a Lee's Famous Chicken is now a tax preparation office, who will obviously get you a "max refund" (they … [Read more...]

How to Avoid Impulse Buying: The Deep Down Psychology That Retailers Use Against You, and How to Create a Rock Solid Emotional Fortress Against It

Before you dig into this training, if you're looking for a simple "top 10 tips to avoid impulse buying" article for your financial entertainment, I'm sorry to tell you that this isn't it. :) But if you're looking for something to really help you change your spending patterns and financial behavior, you've got it right in front of you. This training is designed to help you really dig into buying behavior and psychology, and to help you understand how retailers use it to their advantage to … [Read more...]

How to Think Differently About Money This Year

Let me ask you a question. Have you ever sat back and thought about how your mindset about money might be affecting the financial position that you're in, or even the life position that you're in? Most mass media blogs only seem to talk about "saving money" "cutting back" "reducing costs" etc. Why? Because it's easy to optimize what you already have, and it's incredibly easy for them to write about this. Optimization is an important part of your personal finances, but cutting … [Read more...]

13 Ridiculous Excuses For Not Making Money

I've received all kinds of questions over the years about money and wealth creation, and quite a few more since opening my new course last week. Some are totally legit, but some are silly, like... "I'm 46. Isn't it too late for me?" "What if I have kids? Kids cost money." "I have a house to pay for. I can't save any money." Can you see what these people are doing? Over the years since I've been selling online courses, I've taken note of a strange phenomenon. It never fails. … [Read more...]