Oh holy shiitake mushrooms I get it I finally get it…!! I listened it till the end was super inspiring and shared with my daughter as well. I was just talking to my bank adviser yesterday about RRSP funds, mutual funds etc as at 55, I have no savings and no pension and having huge anxiety over it. Guys, I love this show and I admire so much you Marie. The topics you’re writing on are SO very important, and we love that you’re doing what you need to support yourself and your energy in the process. This was a wonderful episode! It’s great that you’re already saving. That’s a great edit. But now using that for stocks is the next step! We are all subject to systemic pressures that may benefit us or may disadvantage us. I literally just finished The Millionaire Next Door and now this!! I was THAT inspired that I had a lightbulb moment of an idea and started! No regrets. I saw a similar table in 1994 when I was 20 years old and this year, Iâll be celebrating my 45th birthday. you’ve got to listen to your soul (not other people’s voices, most of whom mean well but they’re not me). ©2019 David Bach and John David Mann (P)2019 Simon & Schuster Save $50 on your first year Exclusive Prime Offer: For a limited time, get an Audible Annual Membership with 12 credits upfront, good for any of the titles in our premium selection, for just $99.50. I was taught this rule of 72 when I was a young girl and of course, I let it go unheard. I am so grateful I took the time today to watch this. Thank you for what you said about budjetin. That chart is in David’s book, and we definitely encourage you to check it out for the details – either from your local library or by purchasing your own copy. We do have to live our lives without regret whenever possible. Such an important reminder. Yes, Iâm buying the book for my 28, 16 year old (on Motherâs Day I talked to them both about money and saving for their freedom) and myself. Total impact on my life I know it already. Also Marie you made me seriously take my life ambitions and dreams into account and I signed up and started a year long coach program to get to my passion. Thanks for sharing all that you do Maria! Thank you so much for this episode. This not only made me realise, how much i could save by thinking and being aware of the little things but this also made me think about my regrets. Thank you! As a 38 year old working mum, with hardly a penny saved, I’ve just been totally inspired and moved by watching your chat. When David said “I feel trapped in this corporate box” I heard for the first time what I’ve been thinking since I’ve started working – and no one around me seems to feel that need to be outside a frame. Have been working on the mental side of things for decades, trying to fix my beliefs around money. I need out but lack immediate financial security as pension doesnât kick in immediately. This is the first time I have encountered David and I’m crazy about him. I feel like my rib cage was opened and air could finally get in. So, I decided to read that book and try to change things here! I do love David Bach but Iâd like to speak up about the table heâs using in his book. Look into Schwab Intelligent Portfolio. I always say this, but today was extra-special — what an amazing episode! LIFE (in Oprahâs voice)!!!!! the question i would like to ask where do you put the money you save daily – if you don’t know how to invest? I am always waiting to pay off debt before I save but I’ve been on that hamster wheel for a while now. David is one of my favorite authors, but another one is John C. Maxwell, who actually has a book (70+ actually), but one entitled “Sometimes you win; sometimes you learn.” I love that title and sentiment. Blown away AF!!! I am a 50 years old woman with the false believe that some one will eventually take care of me. I will buy your book and start saving NOW. David and Marie, however, made some poignant comments in this interview that made me feel relieved that goals do not have to be achieved instantly. We’re cheering you on and are happy helping women achieve financial is something you’re passionate about too. Iâm excited to read this book with my 18, 17, 15 and 13 year old teens during our family meeting times. See more information about David Bachâ¦ I will share this with my friends. This talk is so powerful and made me cry at the coffee store I was at watching, fully touched my heart with DavidÂ´s grandma wisdom and last words. This is great. The Latte Factor is ORDERED. Thank you. Love from Poland! Delighted to share that I have taken action and posted on my Facebook! Even though I see I first need to pay of my loan, that cost me in money to have, before I can save, I did as a symbol for this interview transfer a bit of money to my saving account. I love David and Marie. Episode 8 8 Questions to Ask Yourself if You Want to Live Rich. I have only an $850/month retirement and have to come up with money for Medicare. So the missing part for me is (and maybe it’s on the book and that it’s what I would like to know) is where/how do you invest the money that you regularly save…. I have to walk my talk! Thank you Marie! So, I calculated what 12% of that would be and I transferred that to my Roth IRA. Happy dances all around! After today’s episode, I want to make an effort to take better care of myself and listen to my own soul and what it needs. And the Words of Wisdom from the Grandma….so so true! I so look forward to reading your books! Thank you to you both. xxx, So helpful! Hi Valentina! It calculates out to $22/day. It made me realize that if I did not make those 2 massive changes (comfort zone changes). What do we want from lifeï¼ Let’s start live towards death, living a fully meaningful life. I am in tears this was one of ur absolute best ever episode!! BRAVO! Life isn’t fun if all you do is work and don’t reward yourself for the good you do or deny yourself things that are important to you. This was such a fantastic episode!! Until watching this episode, however, I was not inspired to DO anything about it for MYSELF (excuses = variable income, active debt, new business, etc.). I’m glad I took the time to watch this interview. Thank you David for your tears, as Tal Ben-Shahar said in one of his talks that I went to, “Permission to be Human” _ so never apologize for being human and showing your feelings and vulnerability, like you said: stories connect, I’m sure we all connected to you and your absolutely loving granny. I believe I do spend over my means and itâs because the world makes me feel like I need too! I busted out crying when he spoke of his grandmotherâs regrets! It has nothing to do with money, it is all about LISTENING to your soulâs truth and sharing it! and And the idea to make small things to feel rich its so amazing. Learning and a more mindful approach are at the heart of a life well-lived. Bless you, girl. I had to let go of someone in my life who directly taught me to avoid money before I could face it myself. Thank you Marie and Team Forleo for this interview! I have been struggling with my financial situation for so long now and this nice interview got me thinking about the why and how I got to this point and what I need to change to finally see I positive shift. I want to see that calling like I did so strongly when I moved to LA for the next step. âDavid Bach moves audiences worldwide with his message of hope and inspiration. Insight like this keeps me ticking along the path and puts the doubt or fear back in their place … Great question, Linda! Thank you very much, Marie. Also yes! Director. May God continue to bless you and your family. In fact, he wrote it for the 98% of people who have no interest in reading a book about finances. so much for this incredible interview. Thank you for existing and sharing! Thanks again for the inspiration. I have been teaching some things to my kids about money in regards to saving and spending and I feel like the book can fill in some gaps I never thought of. David Bach has been a favorite mentor of mine for so many years. I want to start a Roth IRA so I can pay myself first and yet I don’t know where that money is gonna come from as each month I go deeper in debt. ð. ... Jul 8 2019 11:34 AM EDT Updated Mon, Jul 8 2019 1:15 PM EDT. Marie, THANK YOU for always kicking me in the pants to really LIVE MY LIFE BOLDLY instead of cowering in fear. I am heading over to my online banking right now to open another account where I am going to save $5 per day for the next 100 days. Many will not take the challenge to learn about money, but some will. I do want to say that I am finding my way to make my situation a game that is fun for the little girl in me, and that takes me out of the trap into inner richness. Since I stared my business we have more money and more problems! Today Show contributor David Bach shares financial tips to millennials in his new book The Latte Factor By Elaine Smith Special to the Star Tue., May 28, 2019 timer 4 min. How $5 a day could change your entire life. But this is so good! What to add to your day, to make it better is another thing I support people with in my mentorship. This was an amazng interview. This is *the* episode that I need right now as I am fighting to be financially free while being self-employed and struggling with my business. I commit to continuing this practice moving forward. The vision, the message, this movement I must say could transform many lives. Mostly due to my mindset of if I just made more, I could do more. (I’m also going to do B-school next Feb. (if I live long enough).. Just bought his book, can’t wait to listen. I have spent the past several days “catching up” on a lot of episodes via the podcast. HOWEVER, I am not sure if anyone else struggles with the fact that he seems to assume that people don’t have debt to pay. I’ve been using it for a year or two and it’s great. Thank you Marie & David, This was totally inspiring & Im buying the book for me & my adult sons. I think this book will help me see things differently since viewing this interview has already done that! (Of course, I immediately raised the amount ;-)) Emily, This was wonderful! Iâm 39 and I have SO many regrets. I have been following you for years and this is the first time I am responding. My biggest take away…..and I had chills hearing it …”Are you spending your money in way that is getting you closer to your dreams? Because she has been so negative and doubtful about my decision, I have been wrestling with NOT changing my mind and going back into the classroom. I have made it a much higher priority now that my business has begun to grow. It’s been almost a year since I’m working on my own (graphic and web designer) and I just have enough money to make ends meet. We’re honored you and the women in your mothers group are a part of our global family. I just started smart women/rich women after hearing Marie talk about it on a Self-made millionaire and wealth manager David Bach says a compound interested chart he saw in his 20s "changed my life." Just what I needed! Thank you so much! I did find the video ultimately valuable in that it reminded me of some things I already knew and gave me time to reflect on my current situation. Not sure when I thought it, but I said to myself that when I get out of this slum, Iâm gonna change some things. Iâm taking the risks now while I still can. I will also send this link to a few of my WhatsApp groups so we start the 100-day savings challenge. This woman right here! Again thank you. THANKS AGAIN!! Wow. WOW!! I had a strong mission…. Wow!! It has been six months since I quit my job, used my miles to come to Bali. Thank you Marie and David! Once youâve had a chance to watch, David Bach and I would love to hear from you. I’m just about to launch my first online program and my fears about money are crazy! I didnât mindfully save $2,000/year because of the table; I invested through my own personal and work contributions. much love to Marie, David and the Marie team. This is very intentional. I never ever had more then 4%, so i’m curious to find out how exactly i’m going to get such a massive return on investment. David’s book ‘Automatic Millionaire’ inspired me years ago to make my finances automatic and along with ‘ Think and Grow Rich ‘ and ‘Rich Dad Poor Dad’ have been so influential in my life as to make me financially free at the age of 40. Dear Marie and David, David also wrote one called Start Late, Finish Rich. I think this is going to be so very helpful to our family conversations. IâM GOING TO FINALLY HAVE MY OWN RESIDENCE WITHOUT ROOMMATES!!!! One little conversation can dramatically change the course of our future, choose carefully the conversations we engage in. It’s such an important message!!! Bingo! Here’s to more choice, financial independence, and freedom in your future. I am richer than I think. My biggest takeaway is that a formula exists for creating wealth: put away 14% of your gross income. I know so many people who need to see this, women, who don’t even have their own bank accounts! Not to mention, my newest client is in Wealth Management and Iâm helping him with his startup. Now that my father has died my family struggles financially, to boot. Thank you for this beautiful conversation, powerful messages and nuggets of wisdom. Before moving, and back in my 20s, I was an independent personal trainer and fitness instructor. It has to change now. XOXO. this is my favourite interview so far. I think people think about their current state and future dreams/wants but not the type of person or situation they want to be in or what their dream really means. Why âlistening to your soulâ is the missing link between you and. This was a great video and really just what I needed. Tellement Inspirant ! Wow! Consistency, something I learned from experience, is a heavy contributing factor to increasing one’s spiritual and physical-financial network. I was so fortunate to have people in my life who taught me some of these lessons very young, and I know we need to teach them to the younger generations. Thank you so much for being here and watching, Funmi. Thank you so very much for this episode. And thatâs not typically how I do things. Profoundly touching book. Over the years I allowed lifestyle creep to take over, and had accumulated some debt. Thank you so much, Maria. Kuddos to both of Marie & David for being so inspirational, clear and interesting speakers and for sharing their passions and knowledge. I’m so grateful for you both! @AuthorDavidBach. Been saving without meaning to lol. I know the second best time to start saving is today so I make an effort to be grateful and intentional in all I do. A friend that I am staying with asked if I had $3. want to do and Iâm getting tired of my job but feel trapped. Thank you <3, This was wonderful. But your idea of living rich now really resonated with me. I was even crying in the COOâs office about it. Listen to that little girl in your head. today is my 57th birthday…It’s not too late for me. I feel like itâs setting me back. The one hurdle I canât seem to get over though is exactly what you guys talk about here- my passion is to help the majority versus the minority of elite that my firm focuses on. Dad always taught us to pay ourselves first and let our money work for us, not the other way around. This might just be the MOST IMPORTANT Marie TV my husband and I have ever watched. I also knew almost nothing about saving and investing. and will have reduced my overdraft down to Â£0 by next month. ð Thank you so much for sharing it with us ââ it’s sure to inspire other readers who are currently where you were three years ago. In it, he explains the idea of The Latte Factor. I loved this episode. So this idea of living rich now and prioritising yourself as well as many other great points are really interesting. Hi Anne-Kirstine! What a timing the universe has! The physical cash tips and a set of envelopes made me very responsible during those years. I am still interested in my age at finding extra money so will definitely read this book . Thanks a million! Thank you so much Marie and David for being such amazing humans. Why you donât need budgeting (or even willpower) to build wealth. I am full of guilt and regret having been so slack for so long. Actually, I resonate with this idea that if we don’t know where are we going, we will end somewhere else. Thanks for bringing those amazing guess Marie. Segolene. Listen to your soul! Starting right now. Iâm going to save and get ahead again. Wish I had this advice for the transition 9 yrs ago. Iâm excited for my financial future! It sounds like great things are in your future! My biggest take aways are I can start taking action right now and listen to your soul. Wonderful, Segolene! I hope to get it published and get paid for it but since publishing is not guaranteed, I might not have a stable regular income from writing. That’s incredible, Darin! I have always struggled with finances both practically and emotionally but now I feel like I may actually be able to do it! Iâm so excited to start paying me first starting today!! David Bach new CD, FIERCE HEART, Â will be released Nationally on July 17 , 2020. ð. Pretty powerful, isn’t it? Love ya, Marie! My teaching job is going to end in a few months and I’ve been wanting to get out of teaching for a while. Thank you as always for sharing these nuggets of wisdom, Iâm looking forward to taking the 100 day challenge and shattering my own expectations for where financial freedom can take me. Unpacking them has helped me see the inherited beliefs I have had in the past. So, THANK YOU SO MUCH! And we’re honored you’re joining us for The Copy Cure! Just bought two of Davidâs books – one for me and the Latte book for my amazing niece who is starting high school. I read Start Late Finish Rich a decade ago and it gave me faith that I could do it even though I hadn’t started early. That’s a really good question! Doing more of that now. I am an international doctorate student based in Ottawa, Canada. Actually, I skipped the episode when it came out as one person on YouTube commented that the 3 painless habits were at minute 32 and I watched that part but felt like I can’t do it because I don’t have any income right now and since I’m working on a short story now which is taking ALL my mental power, I decided not to watch the full episode. You’re amazing, Yostina! Thanks for continually inspiring the world! It took another 17 years before I had enough to put a downpayment on a house. Iâm going to save and pay off debt. I would love to ask David Bach if he every thought about writing a book in children terms about money. You mentioned the other book for women over 50 and would also be interested in that. I have a feeling that your interviews are always inspirations for me on what to read next ð This is amazing, so happy for you! Because by putting 5â¬ a day in a bank account for savings, I can guarantee you that for sure in a few decades you are not going to have that much as for to be financially free. The biggest takeaway was when David told the story about his grandmother. I have one question. It pays to stay humble and hungry before and after getting rich. Iâm reinspired and Iâm going start paying myself first and I want to do the 100 day savings challenge. And, I will start investing today. But if everybody did what David said there would still be people living paycheck to paycheck and in dire poverty. She woke up one day and decided that she wasnât going to be poor anymore. The consulting firm I “grew up” in had what they called “splash”–which was a six or eight week sabbatical after (I think) your tenth anniversary with the firm. I’m taking this challenge and going for this. So again, thank you Marie and David. I know I’m not the only one like me, how does David approach situations like this? Will BUY the book for SURE If shame or frustration has held you back before, itâs not too late. Awesome lessons for people of all ages and walks of life. Paying myself first instead of last? My take away is to really take action and listen to that voice inside me, go down that fork in the road that may not always be easy, and live my best life helping myself, so I can help others just as you both have done! What caught me was the diagram of savings until 65, which I think it’s the most popular idea ð Thank you thank you Marie and David for this episode of MarieTV, I am moved and canât wait to get these books, read them, digest them and teach my son to always listen to the little boy that wants to play. You donât need to wait for anyone to save you. My question is… what about debt? Thank you so much for sharing this video, Nikki! Yesss! Fabulous webinar – they should teach this in school to everyone. You occupy such a special place in my heart and are so important to womankind. I applaud what BOTH Marie & David are doing for all of us, not matter our age, & especially for the YOUNGER GENERATION – how do it right from the get-go! Thank you for sharing and keep up the great work! So my question: How can I start saving, when I need to pay of a loan?. <3 <3 <3. So it leaves me a bit stuck! Your passion is your heart speaking to you and telling you where your talents can be of service. Insight – Take the risk <3 Put aside the fearful voice and embrace the little girl <3 None of the advice David gave is new to me, but it might be new to some people, and there is certainly value in it. I can start saving up money every day from now on. Hoping Iâll be ok! Maybe because in my country, we have arround 1-3% on retirement account.. Based on your advice I’m reading âsmart women finish richâ, set up an ISA (UK version or IRA?) Follow that fun, Phette – life’s always better that way ð Wishing you such an exciting next chapter! He is one of the most popular and prolific financial authors of our time with 10 consecutive New York Times bestsellers, including two consecutive #1 New York Times bestsellers, Start Late, Finish Rich and The Automatic Millionaire as well as â¦ Board Member. They are trying to save to buy homes and with paying rent, etc they find it difficult to save. I wish I had this advice when I was younger. Hi Julia. Also, you guys mentioned ‘Roth IRA’, but do you know about a European Equivalent to it, if it exists? Thank you so much for this. But follow your heart, your story is yours, no one elses ð, What I found really interesting about this is that sorting out the financial stuff doesn’t have to be complicated or for that matter scary. Thank you for a lovely, “real “interview. A. The short story I’m writing now is about respecting animals and nature which is a topic that’s very dear to my heart. Biggest take-away, inspiration AND commitment from now on: 14 per cent of any gross sale made is going to be SAVED. (Yes, I have cut up my credit cards… havenât touched them for 10 years). My take away is to pay myself first, I am self employed. Then I set up an automatic transfer from checking to my Roth IRA so that by the end of the year I will have invested the maximum amount allowed. That is it. And the title of David’s other book is Start Late, Finish Rich. P. S: I’m gonna buy the book and take action! David Bach, Sound Department: Dunkirk. Thank you again??â¨? I’m now 40 and although it’s better starting late than never, I can’t help but feel disappointed I haven’t started sooner! Love to know any suggestion. *We use the latest web technologies on our site â please update your browser, or download, Youâre richer than you think, youâre more powerful than you know, and small amounts of money can change your life. I wish I could roll back the hands of time to save for this phase of life. 1. Let you know how much I saved at the end. Didn’t look carefully to see that you weren’t the author. You successfully applied all of her life lessons and then continue to share them with the world! I can’t wait to read your series of books. event at the 2009 World Series of Poker.Bach defeated John Hanson heads-up after a record breaking marathon final table that lasted 20 hours and 492 hands. Iâve saved this episode for weeks and finally got a chance to watch- and Iâm so glad I did! I literally came to a place if yes ok I can have a great relationship with money and look after myself and itâs really not hard! For young people student debt is a huge issue but it’s always a good idea to start the process of paying off debt and saving as soon as possible. so will be passing a book or two along to my daughters! Using smart stategies I paid off my house in 8 and half years. I’m up for the challenge babyyyy $11/day for 100 days – let’s do it!! And make the system more just. His runaway #1 bestseller The Automatic Millionaire spent 31 weeks on â¦ Thank you! Thank you Marie! I’m almost 70 and living pension check to. No matter what, I do not want to live with more regrets than living according to my true hearts desire. Marie, you taught us to make our morning routine non-negotiable and that's what I've done. I resigned in March because my soul was speaking to me. Very timely and inspiring. For scope of sound, ease of â¦ It set me thinking about my choices and mindset. They’ll know more about the specifics for your area. Golden! Thanks so much canât wait to finish listening more. I fit exactly the 8 out of 10 women living paycheck to paycheck with no savings (horribly embarrassing to write that.) Thank you so very much for what you do and the value you give us, your fans and readers. Brilliant stuff guys – gratitude to you both – thank you. It was such a scary place to do both. Thank you and David for these amazing 45 minutes. ... May 23, 2019, 2:33pm EDT. Or what we could do instead if it doesn’t? You got this! We all want instant gratification whether it be wealth, weight goals or FB likes and there is so much information out there about how to obtain these goals. I am thinking it’s time for a different strategy, thank you Marie and David for this interview, I already feel my life changing. Thank you to both of you! Wow what a great, touching interview! All I could put aside was 17$ a month, but I started, realizing that the next best time is always now, these contributions increased as the years went by. I’ve got tears in my eyes… that shows the impact you have had in my life! Cate, you have such an amazing heart and we love how deeply you care about your community! Or extreme care will save us. As such it got me also emotional to see both of you being so emotional in the last talks when he referred his grandma. I’m a risk taker naturally but I have so many big voices near me in the form of family. and I did. Thanks for watching and asking! Thank you both, from the bottom of my heart. I really love the three secrets to financial freedom and the lesson about living without regrets. ... 28 Dec 2019. Art is for all, says museum specialist January 11, 2019 | 5:00 PM Politics Fed officials feared adverse market reaction in 2013 January 11, 2019 â¦ There were several takeaways I got from this episode. 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