Selling With Love is more than a podcast! Join the community of like-minded entrepreneurs ready to overcome their sales blockages and transform the planet at: ===== If you think you haven’t prepared for this recession, this episode can be part of...
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If you think you haven’t prepared for this recession, this episode can be part of the solution. Sam Dogen is the financial expert, author of Financial Samurai and “Buy This, Not That”. Listen closely and discover how Sam transitioned from his stable income job in finances to small business owner over three years. This recession may be shorter than you expect, and if you have your 12-month safety net ready, you may even benefit from it by getting a bigger market share and acquiring clients cheaper. Want to know how?
Sam Dogen helps individuals to achieve financial freedom via his writings in the Financial Samurai blog (over 90 million readers). He covers topics on investing around all facets of life (education, parenting, relationships, side hustles). His book “Buy This, Not That” serves as a financial plan on what to buy, how much to spend, and how to optimize your dollars. Sam has worked for 13 years at banks like Goldman Sach and Credit Suisse, and only his passive income exceeds $300k annually. He’s been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Yahoo Finance, Busines Insider, CNBC and more.
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