Scott Alan Turner shares his financial independence journey from money moron to self-made millionaire.
Scott Alan Turner, CFP® is a former money moron, living the paycheck-to-paycheck lifestyle, losing $40k in the stock market, and racking up a load of credit card debt. But by age 35, he turned it all around and became a self-made millionaire.
In a world of get-rich-quick schemes, biased advice, and financial Pied Pipers, Scott’s authentic, no-holds-bared approach makes it possible for anyone to absolutely rock their personal finances.
Scott is on a mad mission to help you get financial independence, ultimate happiness and a life full of awesome experiences. With his rebel style, off-beat humor, and signature life-on-your-own-terms approach, Scott’s inspiring a movement of Financial Rock Stars across the globe.
In this episode, you'll learn:
- Why looking successful doesn’t necessarily mean success
- Learning to make sacrifices in your life to have bigger things later on
- Learn What it means to live an awareness lifestyle
Show notes: http://www.inspiredmoney.fm/224
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- The Millionaire Next Door: The Surprising Secrets of America's Rich
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