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Episode Info: Have you ever heard anyone say, “My dream is to live from paycheck to paycheck?” Reaching financial success is a goal of many not only for stability and security but also because it brings about greater influences and more opportunities to help and serve others. Our guest for today is Casey Lewis, and his aim in life is to help you chase your dreams and make an impact in this world by improving your finances. Casey is a speaker, a financial guru and the author of Impact: Get Rich, Be More Awesome, Change the World! Here are the highlights of my discussion with Casey: Casey’s personal experiences in making bad decisions and dealing with almost going bankrupt, The common things people do that sets us up for failure, such as being drowned in college debts due to expensive universities, and what we need to do to prepare ourselves for success, Ways to get out of debt and ceasing living from paycheck to paycheck through setting financial goals, coming up with a plan and tracking progress, The traditional usage of pen and paper to serve as a binding contract to stick to your plans, Developing self-discipline and willpower, putting budgeting  and planning systems in place and teaching our kids about money, and Developing financial wisdom through identification of your weaknesses and the things which could derail you.  Casey also shares to you his answers to our popular questions: What would you tell your younger self? Go to school to get the knowledge, not for a piece of paper.Work your way through school, build your connection and resources while you are in there so when you do graduate you have already built relationships and good solid work history and by the time you’re 30, you’ll be significantly ahead. What do you think the Casey of 10 years from now wants to tell you? Keep helping people. We are sometimes pressured to finish school that we risk everything without the foresight of the effects after we graduate. We need to strategically plan as early as these years as our actions may resonate throughout our adult lives. Also, Casey opens our eyes on how we tend to try to do everything all at once. Let’s take everything step by step for us not to feel like failures and end up giving everything we have worked for. Subscribe to The Leadership Dojo on iTunes Subscribe to The Leadership Dojo on Stitcher
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