TMBA560: 3 Strategies for Acquiring Wealth
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A few weeks ago on this podcast, we mentioned that we had started writing a new book based around The 1,000 Day Principle, a recurring topic we've talked about many times on this podcast.

In doing research for that book, a few common themes have started to become apparent to us.

There are several different paths to becoming wealthy, some of which follow traditional social norms, and others exist in the fringes of society that many listeners of this show might find themselves in.

On today's podcast, we are discussing three specific strategies for acquiring wealth that we have come across time and again. These are by no means the only ways to become wealthy, but they are three of the most common methods that we have seen people use to get there.

Stick around to the end of the episode to hear some thoughtful and funny listener messages we received in response to last week’s call for ‘Coronavirus related stories’, including one listener who shares the very real challenges of working from home with small children.

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