Today we deviate a bit from our normal topics but it’s one that I think is equally important — our financial health. Krisstina Wise is a real estate mogul, a millionaire coach, and the creator of several multi-million dollar businesses, including Goodlife Luxury, the Paperless Agent, and most recently, Wealthy Wellthy. She was named one of the 100 most influential real estate leaders in the country, and she has been featured in USA Today by Apple and Evernote, so I’m very honored to have her on the show today.
Krisstina also found time to write an award-winning book called Falling For Money which she calls “a romance novel for your bank account”… I love that!
I don’t want to give away too much of her story but she also has a really amazing personal health story as well.
On to the episode!
Episode Highlights With Krisstina Wise
- How Krisstina went from 150k in debt to being a millionaire using systems
- Her own journey to health and having to spend half a million dollars to get her health back
- Why the financial landscape has changed so much in the last 50 years and how to plan for financial security for life
- The reason to run a family like a business to create long-term wealth
- Why to think of health as an asset and be willing to spend for it
- How to create passive income and invest even on a tight budget
- The reason there is no such thing as retirement anymore and how to adapt
- Why you can’t earn your way to wealth in today’s world
- The simple and surprising system that helps build long-term financial freedom
- Understanding your own financial philosophy (and why you have one even if you don’t think you do)
- Why Krisstina is a minimalist even though she has plenty of money
- How some of the wealthiest people she works with make a smaller amount of income but make the most of it
Resources We Mention
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